- Apr 3, 2019
Robbie took it to Hell/Darkforce/Fear/Dark Dimension and I assume Morgan found it there?Although it would be.
Robbie Reyes lost, then Morgan also lost.
By the present, do you mean 2020, because I'm starting to get frustrated with the snap. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. didn't seem like a big problem, Runaways pushed it, if something else does, yikes.Tina cast a powerful spell from the Darkhold and successively banished le Fay from the Earth.
Yes, I think is on Earth. The question is when Helstrom will play on the timeline.
It would be good to focus on the present now.
I'm sure the show was produced with the mindset that it was real-time, while also ignoring the snap. Hopefully, they're vague enough to fit it in pre-Snap.By the present, do you mean 2020, because I'm starting to get frustrated with the snap. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. didn't seem like a big problem, Runaways pushed it, if something else does, yikes.
You act like Daisy continuing on in Marvel Studios productions is a sure thing when it's far from it. I also doubt that RDJ comes back and prefer that he doesn't. Endgame was the perfect sendoff.There was a rumor that Shang-Chi would play 1.5 years after the snap. Even Tony could be easily brought back here to fight Mandarin. They can use that 5 year for many things.
Disney+ series will take place in the present.
They have to create something big in the last episode of the SHIELD series. It is enough to carry on the story of Quake, who will join the Avengers and even help Ms. Marvel with the inhumans.
Just from memory, there's the calendar that matches December 2017 as well as planner for 2018. It's also been 2 years sinceI kinda want to look back at Runaways for a minute. Because I only saw the first season, and I don't recall if there were any onscreen dates or passage of time after the first season.
Mind refreshing me? I wondering if some things could be done to make it fit in May 2018 by the end of s3, as unlikely as that might be...
Maybe they should have thought of that before filming.ComicBook has learned the "Marvel's" part of the title has, in fact, been dropped from the series. Furthermore, that Disney wants to distance the Marvel brand from the series due to its horror-based content.
It should be noted the branding decision isn't one related to the quality of content, but rather the content itself — some of which may be disturbing to viewers that stumble upon the show while looking for something in the tone of what Marvel Studios releases for theaters.
DC didn't have this problem with Swamp Thing.
Maybe they should have thought of that before filming.