Wednesday, June 25, 2014

An idea to introduce an adult COLOSSUS in "X-Men: Apocalypse".

Yes we can!

We can get the classic, kick-ass X-Men team everyone loved since 1975-1991:

Jean Grey

... this way:

1- Banshee faked his death in the late sixties. He's alive.
2- X2/X3/DOFP Colossus (Daniel Cudmore) is actually Piotr Rasputin II, his father is the original Colossus. Just enlist the father in the eighties X-Men roster!

Saturday, June 14, 2014

New section is finally online: "What happened in Prime/Sigma?"

Hello New Mutants,

The new section is open...

(see the buttons above)

"WHAT HAPPENED IN PRIME/SIGMA?" - a meaningful comparison between the two X-Men cinematic timelines. By Sn939.


Monday, June 9, 2014

New section: "What happened in Prime/Sigma?"

Hello guys,

"Sn939", a guy on IMDB, provided us with this nice and detailed account. I re-edited some small parts to make it fit with my Prime/Sigma scenario better.

The section is called: WHAT HAPPENED IN PRIME/SIGMA? Well, now you know!

Sunday, June 8, 2014

609 millions of dollars worldwide so far!

Finally... a serious Superhero movie aimed at adults which turns into an huge blockbuster in a matter of mere weeks.

I've had enough of humor-filled kids comedies disguised as "Superhero movies" like Iron Man 3, Spider-Man 2/3 or The Amazing Spider-Man series. Enough.

By the way, I rewrote the excerpt focused on Cyclops in FIXES & EXPLANATIONS. 

X-Men united !!!!!!!!

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Still working on new content... 2 words about what's CANON...

I revised an excerpt in the FIXES section focused on Scott's powers in Origins.
By the way, it's safe to remind some people for the 4.000.000th time of the fact X-Men Origins: Wolverine belongs to the Timeline Prime continuity, despite having been erased/rewritten along with X1, X2, X3 and The Wolverine.
The entire series is set in one time line, and it is all undone except for the events of First Class and the 1973 segments of Days of Future Past from which an entirely new sequence of events will unfold where Jean Grey and Scott never die, among other things. Why do some fans pick and choose which movie no longer counts when the newest film plops X-Men, X2, X-Men: The Last Stand, X-Men Origins, and The Wolverine into the same basket of a now-defunct timeline that only Logan remembers? And sorry, but like it or not, there is a clip from X-Men Origins: Wolverine shown in Days of Future Past as a part of Logan's memories. It's even listed in the credits with the other X-Men films that also provided clips. One is free to ignore any film in the series if that is their desire, but you can't tell others to do the same if they don't want to, and you can't say that Days of Future Past doesn't recognize them when it in fact does. It's RIGHT THERE on the big screen as I type, like it or not.
Said that, X-Men Origins: Wolverine is the "weakest" chapter of the series, but it's still a very entertaining movie with some great moments. That's why this is a fantastic saga and a worldwide movie phenomenon. 


Sunday, June 1, 2014

Months of Past Future

Hello Madrox's clones,

It seems like DOFP's box office income is killing the competition overseas:

DOFP: Fox's biggest debut

Good, very good. Our beloved franchise needs a revenge.

Said that, I fleshed out the Original Timeline section here and there for the 111th time this month. I love perfection.
I'm also prepping a new section, so stay tuned...
Among the other things, I expanded the excerpt in FIXES focused on the "Knowledge of mutants".

My apologies, there was no Emma Silverfox "cameo" at the end of DOFP. I was sure about it, I swear. Then, again, mind plays strange tricks on yourself sometimes.

Have a nice day!

Your Shadow King, T.C.