Host Derek Coward talks about his morning and other subjects before running out of time while answering his own question “Is Marvel pushing away their older readers?”
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Host Derek Coward talks about Fear Agent, The End League, Strange Girl, and Captain America, as well as why he doesn’t go out of his way to help anyone anymore.
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Host Derek Coward talks about a reaction to the news of the new Captain America that is disgusting but not totally surprising. Audio feedback can be left at 734-331-0772.
According to the good folks over at ‘Screen Crush’, Kevin Feige from Marvel Studios said ‘Marvel’s The Avengers’ was almost given an R rating. Their whole article can be found here.
This makes a lot of sense to me. Comic book fans are used to seeing things like Blue Beetle getting his brains shot out through his face, Captain America hitting someone in their face with his shield, or Wolverine snikting people all over the place, non comic book fans aren’t necessarily immune to this type of violent imagery. I’m glad they made the cuts needed because they opened the film to a much larger audience.