My Favorite Comic Book Series After 29 days, we’ve finally arrived at this moment. I haven’t read as much of Marvel Comics as I want to; I chalk the rest … Continue Reading Marvel 30-Day Challenge, Day 29
I got confused by the criteria for today’s challenge, as I’m not sure what it means by “favorite comic time period.” In my view, that either means the run for a specific author or comic book series, or an era of comics in general. I’m going with the latter in this case for Marvel Comics, as there’s only one time period I consider my favorite.
One of the biggest questions humanity has asked whether or not we’re alone in the universe. If you lived in the Marvel Universe, you would know that we weren’t, because there are hundreds of sentient species that share the cosmos with humanity. This is my favorite non-human race.
When you have a character roster that counts gods, aliens, sorcerers, and meta-humans in its cast, being able to wield the forces of nature seems ordinary. Marvel has its fair share of heroes, villains, and entities capable of control the elements, some better than others. There’s one being, though, that stands out above the rest as my favorite elementalist of them all.
Marvel’s made a lot of video games over the years, and in my experience, they’re a hit or miss. Some of them have been huge successes, while others have ended up bombing hard. Of all the games that use Marvel Comics, there’s one about a certain web-head that I call my favorite video game.
This is is my favorite marvel cartoon. I don’t care what you say.
In a world filled with Mutants, Inhumans, Gods and more, there are going to be a lot of cool ways to get from Point A to Point B. Some characters in Marvel are either born with or develop the ability to travel wherever they want. Others get to where they need to go using a conventional method like a vehicle. Of all the means of travel, there’s one I would want as my favorite mode of transportation.
Are you, dear readers, familiar with the Multiverse theory? It’s the idea that there’s an infinite number of co-existing realities and one of the best friends of comic book writers. Marvel has been using it to create stories separate from its central universe for decades, and they can be crazy. There’s one where all the heroes and villains became zombies; a world where evil robots ruled the Earth. Technically, the MCU’s an alternate universe in the Marvel Multiverse. Of all the worlds in the Multiverse, though, there’s one that I consider to be my favorite universe.
There’s a rule in comic books: no one stays dead except for Uncle Ben. Doesn’t meant that there can’t be a memorable comic book death, though.
My Perfect Casting Choice of A Character (If I was In Charge)
I have been dreading this day; not because I can’t think of my perfect casting choice for a character. It’s because my perfect casting choice already exists. The MCU’s ensured that every character I know and love has gotten the ideal actor for them. So instead, I’ll tell you of the person who I call the best live-action Spider-Man.
For day 14 of the 30-Day Marvel Challenge, I have to choose my favorite romance. So, I go to the MCU this time around for my favorite pairing: Rogers+Peggy.
While there are a lot of characters that I loathe because I hate them, most of them are villains, so that’s their job. If I am honest and picking a character I hate more than anyone else; it’s might as be the one based on the man that I would go back in time to throw stuff at.
Of all the weapons in the Marvel Omniverse, though, there’s only one that I could call my favorite.
There were a lot of flashy examples that I could have chosen as my favorite superpower, but I went with a more practical one instead.
This was a tough choice, mainly because I had a hard time trying to define what exactly is a classic character. I think I made the right choice, though.
For today’s part of the 30-Day Marvel Challenge, I already did my favorite movie, so let’s just skip to that.