I'm not even entirely sure you could do it as a movie series at all, at least not to have it be emotionally satisfying. X-Men: TAS knew to do it in two chunks (although even that was missing an episode that was supposed to go between the two, which ended up airing way out of order), but they'd also been building up their characters for two years before they tried. I don't think there's a way to do that even in multiple movies, not when they have to juggle so many characters. You'd need at least one movie that's primarily ABOUT Jean before getting possessed by the Phoenix Force (maybe that's the climax of that movie) and one about her as Good Phoenix before you can bring it home in any meaningful way. And Fox, at least, was never going to focus on a character who's name doesn't rhyme with Schmulvarine.
It doesn't help that the only character who was ignored more than Jean in both X-Men trilogies was Cyclops.
While I didn't feel it was disappointing as the meat in an Avengers sandwich, I absolutely agree that it's a solid watch among the Marvel origins, and Citizen Fucking Kane compared to female-led superhero movies not named Wonder Woman.
Square announced a remaster of FFVIII. I am insanely excited about that, far more than VII.
I’ve also been surprised by the number of games that have been announced that are going to be released on Stadia in addition to consoles. It eases my worry about the level of commitment that Google has in the service.
Although they probably said that about Google Wave.
He says the future of the time traveler's reality doesn't change. The Ancient One then reveals that a change to the past causes a new timeline to branch off.
ETA: Time travel in Marvel Comics has always worked like that. The best example I can give is of the seminal X-Men story, Days of Future Past, where Kitty Pryde travels back in time for the then-future (2013) where the mutants live under the dystopian thumb of the Sentinels. Future Kitty's warnings prevent "our" universe from following the same path, but it's shown later that the future for her still happened. Rachel Summers, the daughter of Cyclops from that future, ends up coming back in time and joining the contemporary X-Men.
I know Jake's story was ultimately about him figuring out who he was after his transition, but I was really disappointed he and Flaco didn't get more of an ending. They had great chemistry.
Michael's relationship with Ben is based on that of Maupin (who has always acknowledged that Michael is an aspirational version of himself) and his husband Chris. I think their age difference might even be a bit bigger than their fictional counterparts'. The real pair have been together for a long time, so as unusual as it may be, it works.
I think I actually do remember her saying at one point that she'd be down for Pepper to get into the Rescue armor pretty early on. So it may have been a job, but she at least had a little fun with it.
In all honestly, I'm not really a fan of hers, but I did find her extremely likable in the role.
I decided to take the plunge. If this idea of true cloud gaming is going to work, it's going to take the resources of Google (or a similar tech firm) to do it. If I change my mind between now and November, I can cancel.
Worst case, I get a story about how I backed the next Ouya.