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The Disney+ Marvel Studios Series Thread

Zarius

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Not gonna lie, I tend to 'ship Loki with the clock rather than Sylve.
 

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Once, I was an MCU completist... but then Daredevil S2 sorely tested my patience, and Luke Cage broke it by killing its best character halfway through the first season. And what, was I really going to slog through Iron Fist?

But then, with the end of the Netflix shows, and their retroactive all-but-explicit erasure from canon, it turned out I was an MCU completist once more! All I had to do was watch each movie and Disney+ show. No problem!

And then What If? was announced, and it sounded totally lame. And the Honest Trailer confirms. And, lo, I was not quite an MCU completist once more.


(Also, I'm having real trouble bringing myself to care about Eternals, but I'll catch it on Disney+ at some point.)
 
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What If...? was pretty interesting, especially as it gave some different characters opportunities to do things they wouldn't normally do and have things play out differently than we know. It wasn't a great/must watch show, but I enjoyed watching it.
 

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Yeah it was alright. Non-essential fun. Has problems if you try to take it seriously. So, don't.
 

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What If? has been a fun watch. My wife and I enjoy it, but we're not binging it, just grabbing an episode here & there when the mood strikes.

I did slog through Iron Fist. My least favorite MCU production so far.
 

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Loki is the best MCU creation. Period. Inteligent, clever, thought provoking, Solid and so much more than the run of the mill super hero story. It's the MCU dressed up as a fantastic outing in the Twilight Zone. 9.5/10
This also has the best acting in the MCU.

Edit....helps If I actually posted this in the right timeline....er I mean thread 🙃
 
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I've mostly enjoyed all the shows, at least more so for all them over Agents of Shield. I took a particular liking to Agent Carter though and wish we got more of that series. Loki like Dig said above, absolutely incredible. Between watching each episode myself when they came out, and watching it with friends after I've already seen it all the way through 4 times....

Wandavision was quite a good show as well but found the stark contrast between the tone of the first half and the second half off putting, and overall was disappointed that what started off as something feeling a lot "Different," ended up being more of the same marvel formula, even if it is the guiltiest pleasure of mine.

Falcon and the Winter Soldier was enjoyable since i enjoy anything Marvel, but boring to be honest. The Flagsmashers were kind of cringe. I could give a munch more indepth and less shallow analysis but don't want to bother.

What If? was alright, the episodes being so sort, they felt very rushed and as a result their is some weird discontinuity you feel in events/ the universe as a whole. Things play out in ways that don't make much sense because they can't spend several minutes on it, but only a handful of seconds.

Hawkeye has been enjoyable so far personally but can't say too much yet.
 

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I enjoyed the first ep of Hawkeye pretty well, but the second was so wretched I'm probably done with the show altogether. Terrible dialogue, nonstop cringey sitcom drama and situations, and everything pitched at a PG - heck, maybe even G-rated tone - no, thanks. I'm out.
 
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