That’s it. No more. The final chapter to the Avengers story, has come to an end in Avengers: Endgame. After Infinity War, we all knew that the final chapter, would be the big fight. Thanos, finally getting the rear kicking, he deserved. It wasn’t a surprise. The surprise though, was how they were going to bring back all of the people who disappeared. How they were going to explain what happened between the time they disappeared and the time they reappeared. How any of that was going to make sense, and all end up with Thanos demise. That’s not a secret. If you felt it was, you really have been living under a rock for the past 10 years plus, since Marvel Studio started shooting out addictive movies.
We’re not going to talk about the mess that was the 2003 Hulk, or the 2008, The Incredible Hulk; that was Marvel Studio getting their foot wet with the latter, and realized they needed to learn to swim before heading into the deep end. Although we did get a good hit with Iron Man in 2008 and we all acted like The Incredible Hulk movie, never existed. Marvel Studio even changed the Hulk from Edward Norton (honestly don’t know what they were thinking with that one), to Mark Ruffalo (what an awesome switch!) and acted like they never made that movie also. But who could blame them? Anyways, enough with the bashing of those horrible movies.
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