Silverware clinked and glasses thumped against a gorgeous wooden dining table as Natasha, Nick Fury, Agent Hill, and Shuri dug into a simple Wakandan dinner. The nearby wall was made entirely of glass, providing a view of the city in all of its glittering glory in the night time. Steve Rogers stood at the window, his arms crossed and his jaw clenched. He couldn’t eat. Not with this much worry on his mind.
Queen Mother Ramonda and General Okoye also did not participate in the brief repast, choosing to stand and grimly oversee the heroes’ chance to recharge.
The tension was thick in the air as everyone filled their empty bellies but didn’t speak. With every minute that passed, Dr. Frost’s reign only grew stronger. And at the moment they had no idea how to handle this threat. In fact, every single one of them, excluding the Queen Mother, had barely survived their encounter with the metal-levitating antagonist.
General Okoye abruptly nodded at the Dora Milaje guards standing at the entrance of the room and with a respectful dip of their heads they left.
“I think it is time to discuss the problem at hand,” she said. Continue reading Captain America: Secret War (TWENTY-FOUR)
Marvel has had a ton of awesome characters that have made the MCU’s twenty+ films better but besides the main superheroes, there have been some characters that have been left to the side of the road. These ten characters leave their mark but are never given a good enough story to capitalize on. So, on that note, here they are.
Crossbones is a major character in the Marvel comics but he was turned into a brief annoyance in Captain America: Civil War. I’ve always felt a little bummed that we only got to meet Crossbones at the end of his road rather than getting to see him wreak terror for at least the first thirty minutes of the movie.
I’m not saying I don’t like how the film turned out but I just wish Crossbones could’ve been saved for a later film so he could’ve been utilized more thoroughly into the MCU.
Continue reading The Ten Most Wasted Characters in the MCU
The Hunter had been summoned to see Secretary Ross. Apparently, Steve Rogers, Sam Wilson, Natasha Romanoff, and Wanda Maximoff had been sighted in New York City stopping a group of HYDRA terrorists threatening to blow up a few buildings and kill thousands. Continue reading Captain America: Secret War (THIRTY-EIGHT)
Dr. Frost stepped out of the HYDRA headquarters, a feeling of triumph covering her senses. She spread her arms, looking at the sky as she took a deep breath. She was about to tell the Winter Soldiers “Let’s rule the world” when suddenly the Winter Soldiers’ stances shifted in preparation for battle as they raised their guns stolen from the fallen Deputy Task Force soldiers. Continue reading Captain America: Secret War (THIRTY-SEVEN)
Sam, Natasha, Wanda, and Vision rushed into the room where they would find Sam’s much needed Falcon exo-suit. The room, designed to be a meeting room for those in Parliament, had become a treasure trove of stolen items that Dr. Frost and her goons had acquired. Continue reading Captain America: Secret War (THIRTY-SIX)
Departure for the mission ahead was coming too fast for Sharon’s liking. Less than a day ago she had been inches from death. Now, she was back in her suit, her guns holstered to her thighs and her heart beating with the franticness of someone about to do something very dangerous. Continue reading Captain America: Secret War (THIRTY-TWO)