To be honest it feels like they've been depicting Thor as a "frat boy" in the movies since Ragnarok .
Well, Mjolnir was hard enough to actually hurt her so it's possible Uru might be too heavy even for her.I found the episode enjoyable, and the lighthearted tone a nice break since the last few episodes had been kind of dark. Also, the fight between Captain Marvel and Thor was fun too. Though I wonder why Carol was pinned by Mjollnir since in this universe I don’t think it would have if he be worthy enchantment on it because Thor didn’t piss Odin off by antagonizing the Frost Giants and risking another war.
Don’t say that LOL I love this episode.
As well as coming right before this episode.Well, it was a much needed breather episode after four downbeat episodes in a row.
Maybe it'll be like a South Park episode. They'll realize that on the question of multiversal interference, the answer lies somewhere in the middle.Although somehow I get the feeling Supreme Strange might try to screw him over somehow...
I think that was debunked. Still looking for a source.Anybody else notice the name Charles Xavier in the files?
Perhaps I am misunderstanding, but...I do wonder if we're eventually going to see the other Watchers get involved/react to what Uatu is doing...
Somebody should get Kang on this .Perhaps I am misunderstanding, but...
* The TVA operated from the end of time/outside the time stream, yes? They stopped functioning at some point in their linear past, but up until that point in time (TVA relative) there was no multiverse, because they ruthlessly shut down multiverse spawning, correct?
* From the TVA perspective, the Infinity Stones were essentially useless and considered valuable only as paperweights.
* Once they stopped enforcement, multiple timelines came into being, and the basis of WHAT IF... was born. Is that accurate, as far as it goes?
* If so, then What if Season 1 Ep 1 is as far back as they have shown multiple timelines to exist, but there is no reason to assume that the effectiveness of the TVA pruning was ever authoritative, but it too was relative to the framework/specific multiverse containing the TVA; there were clearly time points in which the TVA was either (a) ineffective and/or (b) outside their notice (and hence authority).
* Given that, the idea that Ultron, powered with the Infinity Stones, which several "players" have said or shown not to be all powerful, could easily stop Ultron from passing the multiple multiverse threshold and while Ultron may have been successful in one, he could not have really evolved to be a multiverse-level threat.
I enjoyed the episode as far as it went, but it dismays me when writers forget the cul-de-sacs others have spun them into. This is especially a problem when writing about time as a plot McGuffin...and why it should be avoided.
No, I think the show broke it's own canon already. Because in Ultron Supreme's AU, there was a 'regular' AU Thor among the fallen before Ultron blows up Tony and the place. And at the end of last week's, he's already Ultron Supreme but then it doesn't make sense with Uatu's surprised reaction as he narrates the end of that one because he already encountered Ultron Supreme before he started traveling across the Multiverse.Was Party Thor from the same universe as Ultron?
I've seen someone speculate it's a time loop where seeing Ultron Supreme interrupt Party Thor's universe made Uatu go back and observe/narrate Ultron Supreme's world to figure out how it happened and he inadvertantly set him loose and invading other world's.No, I think the show broke it's own canon already. Because in Ultron Supreme's AU, there was a 'regular' AU Thor among the fallen before Ultron blows up Tony and the place. And at the end of last week's, he's already Ultron Supreme but then it doesn't make sense with Uatu's surprised reaction as he narrates the end of that one because he already encountered Ultron Supreme before he started traveling across the Multiverse.
EDIT: I guess the only way it fits is the ending of Party Thor episode is between this week and next week's episode. While scouting recruits, Uatu can't help but monologue then is shocked of all places, Ultron Supreme arrives (although retroactively, it's a reaction of surprise, a not a reaction of seeing Ultron Supreme for the first time).