Do we know if "Eternals' is set entirely before "WandaVision"?
So, Hawkeye 1x06 contradicts Daredevil or not?
No, Bobbi was never said to be "Agent 19" at all in AoS. News sites are running with that lie to create divide/"discussion" within the fandom. Its maddening.What would be the contradiction here? I didn't see any. Didn't they evenLittle more concerned aboutre-use the same cufflink design from the show, as JohnTitor pointed out?Laura being Agent 19 and therefore Mockingbird, as a lot of outlets seem to think that this overwrites Agents of SHIELD. I don't think it's that cut and dry; did SHIELD ever mention that Bobbi/Mockingbird was Agent 19, or was that just in the comics? Mockingbird and Agent 13 could be different characters in the MCU, or Laura could have easily been Mockingbird before Bobbi.
In any case,Hawkeye 1x06 was fantastic. Could have used more Kingpin throughout the show, but he's fantastic in this episode. Probably doesn't need to be said at this point, but yep, definitely not dead. Maya makes a point of saying that she doesn't want to kill Kazi, she probably intentionally blinded Kingpin rather than killing him. (His last words in the show are even "Family doesn't always see eye to eye."
Loved the Pym arrow and the payoff with the owl. I was hoping Yelena would join the Bartons for Christmas, can't wait to see where she pops up again. The whole recent run of Shang-Chi/Eternals/Hawkeye/Far From Home has exceeded my expectations. I'm trying not to get my hopes up too much but the inclusion of elements from the Marvel TV era is encouraging.
I agree with this. I'm currently discussing this with someone who continues to believe DD isn't canon and they point out just as likely reasons for that as people who still believe it is. Cufflinks for some, character inconsistencies for others. Potter attire for some, Maya for others. It is what it is at this point. If you believe something is canon, believe it. It's entirely up to the individual at this point if Marvel TV is canon to them. I'd very much like DD to remain canon with the Sacred Timeline, but I personally haven't made up my mind yet.I felt like it was vague enough that it isn't going to change anyone's mind. Those who believe it's canon will continue to do so and vice versa.
I felt like it was vague enough that it isn't going to change anyone's mind. Those who believe it's canon will continue to do so and vice versa.
We're literally getting Daredevil characters and people still think the shows aren't canon.
You can't use that as a catch all though. Loki showed that actors can play multiple versions of themselves and the character is still played by other actors too. There's no one way to cast a role at this point especially after Ralph Bohner. So personally I can't use casting as a way of proving canonicity.We're literally getting Daredevil characters and people still think the shows aren't canon.
Ikr like honestly take the Marvel Television stuff as canon or don't. Personally I like to put those series in their own separate timeline. I find it works better for myself. Doesn't mean I don't love most of the shows cause I really do, but when I talk about the MCU I'm generally refering to the Marvel Studios stuff. But fuck the hateful reaction that can get from either side is ridiculous sometimesWhat is with the total obsession with canonicity? It's one of the most "toxic" parts of any fandom these days and I just don't understand everyone's obsession. People literally get angry about it. What's the goal? What are people trying to prove when they claim "this or that is or isn't canon!". I just don't get it.