Yeah, but it kind of gets overshadowed by the fact that they are saving the entire world.
@TheNuttyChipmunk, or the galaxy
@TheNuttyChipmunk, I don't think the people living there care that much
@TheNuttyChipmunk, is it the entire world, or just the city they happen to currently be in?
@Sgtcookie15, well if it wasn't for the Avengers, the Chitauri would have been successful in the invasion. And the make shift meteor ultron made would have devastated the planet.
@TheNuttyChipmunk, honestly I can't keep up with marvel comics. I didn't even fully comprehend what you said, I'm just thinking about how many cities and such Iron man has damaged.
@Sgtcookie15, to be fair, the contingencies they use in dealing with problems takes civilian casualties into account more than DC.
@TheNuttyChipmunk, well an avenger made ultron in the first place soo....
This is more like the end of man of steel or Batman vs super man. MARVEL'S death count pales in comparison.
Well except for civil war, guardians of the galaxy 2, and Dr strange, but ya, pretty much
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They are ALL the same. Yet I still get superexcited for the next one and have seen all of them on opening weekend.
There should be a marvel movie that shows like 1 month in the life of a civilian who lives in marvel's New York. And like every other day theirs just psychotic villains trying to f@#% the city over one way or another. And the civilian sees a dude in a goblin costume on a hoverboard throwing grenades that disintigrate people and he's just like "*sigh* I f#$%ing hate mondays"