Balder... was he in Thor?
Jane as a paramedic... still can't quite wrap my head around that. Does she do astrophysics on the side?
Aww. Poor Clint, still in solitary. Wonder how long he's been in there. You've gotta think at some point someone - Fury, Hill, someone - would be all, hey, where's the purple guy?
Okay that's not good.
"Something is seriously wrong." Thank you, Agent Obvious.
"HEY, I'M TRYING TO ODINSLEEP HERE!"
See, this is why you don't just leave all the supervillains' crap lying around where they can get to it. Actually this is why you just kill supervillains instead of KEEPING THEM ALL IN ONE PLACE.
Or in four places, for that matter.
"I don't think so, dirtbag." *claps*
Arrow Guy? lol
Who's the hairy guy?
These animators really have a thing for glowing green skeletons.
Yay Clint to the rescue!
Self-destruct... now that's what I'm talking about.
Hulk fights just kind of make me automatically tune out. Maybe I have an anti-giant green rage monster bias.
Graviton? Really, that's what you're going with?
Really, why is anyone still surprised when an experiment to make supersoldiers goes HORRIBLY HORRIBLY WRONG.
So this guy Hall isn't Nick Fury's biggest fan, then.
Mark 7, ooh, shiny.
"Hey, just waiting for my ride." Bwah.
So, then, in Cartoon Universe everyone just knows what SHIELD is? I got the impression in the movieverse they're still a little sneakier than that, although at least Selvig knew who they were in Thor.
Yeah. Still finding it pretty hard to be at all impressed with Wasp.
Or Ant Man.
Heh. Fury robot.
Oh come on like that wouldn't have caused like a couple major tsunamis right there.
BOO MAJOR PROPERTY DAMAGE.
Ant Man faceplant fail.
I've decided that Ant Man is Marvel's Aquaman. Make of that what you will.
Okay this fight scene really is going on a bit too long.
Wow, I hope you checked that, like, no one was ON that ship.
Or, um, where that huge smoking crater is now.
So, I like the idea of Tony basically saying, 'screw SHIELD, we don't need them to be a team'. Pretty much in line with the end of the movie where he's working on his own