Thor: Love and Thunder looks goofy as fuck and yes I will be watching it for nebulas 0.5 seconds of screen time
SpiderMan / / Deadpool.
⟨ Spider-Man/Deadpool Vol 1 ⟩
We need to once more delve into the world of mind bending nonsense that is the Hostess ads
“Kwirkegard, a philosophically sinister villain”
What in the actual fuck does that even MEAN
Is he a sinister philosopher?
Is his sinister-ness something philosophers are debating?
Does he have a sinister philosophy for life?
WHAT DO THESE WORDS MEAN
He proceeds to attack New York with a “Depression Ray” while calling them “Puny humans”
Wait so is Kwirkegard an alien?
What the hell is he
Iron Man consults with the only crackpot scientists so deranged that they’re theories are somehow real in this world of nonsense and one of them gives the learned opinion that depression rays are ruining New York’s water
Kwirkegard seemed to be shooting at a river so I don’t know how that would affect anyone unless they’re drinking straight from the river like a moose in which case never mind depression, they’re going to be dead in less than a week from the pollution
“Kids haven’t been affected because they haven’t forgotten how to play”
Or because they’re drinking bottled water and not just sticking their head in a lake
Iron Man tracks down the villain and is hit by the depression ray and spends less than a single panel wondering if he can beat the crap out of people if he can’t enjoy it before deciding that yes he can
You might think “Wait Hostess Twinkies have played no part in this plot” and your right they haven’t
The writer seemed to suddenly remember “Wait this was meant to sell snack cakes” and so suddenly a group of random kids show up loudly talking about how great twinkies are and Iron Man, a billionaire genius inventor who has the resources of the Avengers and multiple space empires on speed dial informs them that it’s entirely up to them and their love of Twinkies to save New York because I guess he’s just too busy beating people up for being philosophically sinister to help
Moon Knight 1x03 / Star Wars: The Force Awakens
I was rewatching the credits for clues and discovered that this hallway appears in the ending credits of the first two episodes.
But then in the 3rd ep, we get this shot of the doors,
which appear to be the same institution/facility.
The doors aren’t exactly the same, but it feels like the same location to me based on the bricks, wallpaper, and lamps. And since the camera seems to be moving closer to the open door, I’m wondering if Marc or Steven may end up in this place.
OR another possibility is that we might see all 3 alters (Steven, Marc, and Jake) in a type of mind palace / inner world type place that just looks like this building.
Either way, I definitely think we’re going to see the inside of this building in the next episode.
I wonder what this clue means for the next episode…
I sometimes think people (me) need to be reminded that the Thor movies aren’t about Loki. Not everything is about Loki.