"Not sure if I am an evil genius, or just someone who watches too much TV"
I am a Texas college student (studying Management of Information Systems), and I am a Tech enthusiast, computer geek and sci-fi fan.
I queue most posts but will do a post dump about once every few weeks.
and since this seems to be the main question you guys ask I am 5'6" tall, so ask me other things (funner things) also before you ask I am taken.
tony stark basically built himself a suit of armour and inserted a piECE OF METAL INTO HIS CHEST THAT KEEPS HIM ALIVE AND POWERS THIS SUIT and has anxiety and heart problems and basically hit rock bottom and rebuilt himself out of sheer force
and people stereotype him as a playboy womanizer and nothing more
- Making Tony Stark an A-lister
- Realistic reactions to world-shattering events
- Jane Foster participating in the Final Battle in The Dark World, to the point where she was contributing an amount equal to Thor’s punchings
- Maria freakin’ Hill
- UNLEASH THE FALCON
- Making the first Captain America 99% a period piece
- Making the first Thor a fairy tale
- Jane Foster specifically putting science above everything else, up to and including the time she hit the primary protagonist with a car and it was mostly an annoyance to take him to the hospital because she had science to do
- Jane Foster just in general
- Can we please have Sam Wilson in everything
- NATASHA FREAKIN’ ROMANOV
- Clint Barton telling Coulson to hurry up and make the call or else he’s going to change his mind
- Giving Sharon Carter screentime independent of smooches with Steve
- Peggy Carter just in general
- Finally finding the right Bruce Banner and hopefully keeping him this time
- I’m not kidding about Natasha Romanov. Every single plot thread in The Avengers rotated around her, and not in any sort of bad way.
- Tony Stark’s love of showboating and AC/DC
- NEW AND IMPROVED RHODEY
- Pepper Potts being a badass without having to make herself a fighter
- Pepper Potts being a fighter anyway
- The near-perfect pacing and cinematography of the later MCU movies. They’re not just great superhero movies, but they’re great movies.
As an addendum to the bold: Jane gets the final action against Malekith. Thor places the…whatever it’s called, the plot device that messes with reality but Jane is the one who throws the switch to send Malekith away for good. Jane saved the day with science!
- Technological advancements and engineering visuals porn. BLESS.
- Sam Wilson in general.
- Not only introducing PTSD for heroes, but also showing therapy as an effective and in no way belittling or embarrassing way of working through it.
- Hinting and easter eggs of yet un-debuted Marvel heroes and concepts without making the films inaccessible to non-comics fans.
- Making the multiple stories work together for a combined universe.
- Thor being the one that fell head over hindquarters in love first.
- Ladies as higher ranking or outright leaders of the in-universe corporate/government power structures, Pepper Potts, Peggy Carter, Maria Hill, Sharon Carter, etc.
- Pepper and Rhodey not always indulging Stark’s more destructive, boorish, and selfish tendencies.
- Steve sasses women and then flees, usually out of an airplane.
- Making the non-heroes a part of the solution: military, local police, SHIELD Agents, etc.
- Ultimate Nick Fury
- Integrating a full universe through multiple movies and a T.V. show.
- Shattering everyone’s heart with actual traumatizing pain for male heroes, not fridging women man-pain
- Having the most devasting losses actually mean something
- Examining the psychological effects of trauma and multiple ways of dealing with said trauma
- NOT FRIDGING AWESOME WOMEN IN GENERAL
- Having awesome women be intrumental across all fronts, science, business, action, spycraft and not saying that anyone kind of awesome is more or less than any other.
- Using stereotypes of women against antagonists, Natasha playing the wounded gazelle gambit like a boss.
- Having women refuse to play the wounded gazelle - Maria Hill, Melinda May.
- Showing us that men often fall in love seek out women first and the women aren’t getting aboard that train until they are damn well ready. (Pepper, Jane)
- Having women support each other over many fronts and pretty much never talking about their love lives, like ever because they have real shit to accomplish in a very busy world.
- Tons of brilliant smart people not putting up with ridiculous shit on any front no matter how much money, status, fans, power, backing, royalty, you think you have.
- Being held accountable for the messes you make, (i.e. Hydra, Loki, Thor, SHIELD in general)
- Hiring Anthony Mackie
- Growing their actors in a lab to be the perfect embodiment of their characters
we know Tony will get back to making suits, I mean how else can he be in Avengers 2? so I think that he is going to work on mostly peaceful suits more construction and recreation (to fly for fun).
his construction suits he will probably use to help with construction of more Stark/Potts towers (because in Avengers it sounds like they plan to build more).
also his recreation suits will be a bit like his sports car collection, lots of flash little to no fire power.
I expect a set of suits for Pepper as well. first one being a trainer suit, that has a remote control so tony can step in as needed (like driving school), most of the others will be almost copies of the recreation suits (so that pepper can join him for flights, for romantic last minute flights to places (I mean he often takes a suit instead of a car or plane if he is going alone, so why not when it is just him and pepper in suits)).
the his and hers suits could also be designed to be used in tandem, fly side by side, a bit like pilot/copilot on a plane, one could take a break while the other flies. and knowing tony he will also design them with a racing mode (where the HUD keeps up with where the other is and the destination, like a racing game).
there are lots of references to the previous iron man movies and avengers. so I would recommend rewatching them before seeing the new one.
(keep an eye out for the doctor who saved stark’s life in the first movie, he is there and it is great, I love good continuity)