Saturday, February 4 2023

What Is Twitter Saying About Disney’s ‘She-Hulk’?

When the Marvel Cinematic Universe kicked off in 2008, it started with “Iron Man,” and then eventually introduced either characters who were either introduced in the 1960s (such as Thor and Hulk), or were revamped for what was then considered modern times (as was the case with Captain America, who was transported from the ’40s to the ’60s after he was unthawed from an iceberg). The 1960s are often referred to as The Silver Age by fans and comic book historians, and in large part this era, at least in terms of Marvel Comics, was overseen by creators such as Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, and Steve Ditko. While it may not have been Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige’s plan all along for Disney’s MCU to parallel the progression of the comics from the ’60s onward, it’s roughly, if not exactly, worked out that way (though perhaps by accident).

Source: Yahoo Sports


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