"I despise all the people that didn’t like the fact that Tony Stark was barely in an armor in Iron Man 3. It was a great plot device which helped us answer Captain America’s question: "Take [the suit] away and what are you?", not to mention there has been numerous times in the comics in which Tony Stark had to relieve in his wits rather than his armors, like during the "Demon in a Bottle" or "World’s Most Wanted" storylines."
"I hate how everyone treats Iron Man as the villain in Civil War. What he did was for his people (super heroes), because he knew if he was against the SRA, retaliation against opposition would’ve been harsher if he wasn’t the mediator between SRA and the super heroic community. He even tried to talk pacefully with Cap in CW#3 in order to work together, only for the Secret Avengers to attack him."
"Me and my sister have finally worked out that Fear Itself was all about the Freudian theory of snakes and Odin’s insecurity over his own snake size."
"Some might not agree, but I believe Mark Bagley’s artwork has seriously declined in detail. After he wrote the Death of Ultimate Spider-man, his artwork feels very rushed and lazy."
"All I want is YA/Agent of Asgard Loki to finally break down from guilt and bring his JiM self back to life somehow. It’s the only way I will ever want anything more for the character than him to die horribly."
"I’m 16 and I have loved marvel comics since I was little. Unfortunately no one my age understands me when I talk about the superheroes that are not in the movie. Grrrr!"
"I’m saddened i didn’t start reading Captain Marvel sooner. the artwork is amazing, and the writing is spectacular."
"I really REALLY want Antonia Thomas and Jane Levy to play young Storm and Jean an [Ultimate] X-Men movie"
"It would of made more sense and better if in the end credits of Iron Man 3 instead of Tony telling Bruce (who can blame him for falling asleep) that instead it shows Hank Pym offering Tony a chance to work on Ultron."
"What irks me about the Iron Man sequels is the main villain who pulls the strings is always a corporate douchebag. It worked for Iron Man 1 but why repeat this formula? It made sense for Obadiah Stane perfectly. But Justin Hammer was just plain annoying. Killian’s motivation makes no sense and his plan like much of Iron Man 3 is idiotic. WHy make him corporate? If in the early comics The Mandarin was representing communism, shouldn’t he of been representing terrorism in the movie?"