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22nd May '16 11:58:45 AM costanton11
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* It's possible that the end scene in Ant-Man with Luis wasn't meant to be them specifically calling him for help with Bucky, but just a indication that they have considered his work and might call upon him in the future.

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* It's possible that the end scene in Ant-Man with Luis wasn't meant to be them specifically calling him for help with Bucky, but just a indication that they have considered his work worth and might call upon him in the future.
22nd May '16 11:58:32 AM costanton11
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* It's possible that the end scene in Ant-Man with Luis wasn't meant to be them specifically calling him for help with Bucky, but just a indication that they have considered his work and might call upon him in the future.
18th May '16 1:00:22 AM StormC
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* Going by release date, Ant-Man takes place a couple of months or so after Age Of Ultron. Ant-Man ends with Scott having dinner with his family, having just stopped Darren Cross and accepted the mantle of Ant-Man. At the end of Ant-Man Falcon recruits Scott for helping with Bucky. Okay. But Civil War takes place a year after AOU. In fact, by the time Civil War happens, Scott has already learned how to transform into Giant-Man (given the timeline it's very unlikely he learned it offscreen during Ant-Man). So does Ant-Man actually take place much later than its release date signifies?

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* Going by release date, Ant-Man takes place a couple of months or so after Age Of Ultron. Ant-Man ends with Scott having dinner with his family, having just stopped Darren Cross and accepted the mantle of Ant-Man. At the end of Ant-Man Ant-Man, before he gets a call from Falcon recruits to recruit Scott for helping with Bucky. Okay. But Civil War takes place a year after AOU. In fact, by the time Civil War happens, Scott has already learned how to transform into Giant-Man (given the timeline it's very unlikely he learned it offscreen during Ant-Man). So does Ant-Man actually take place much later than its release date signifies?
18th May '16 12:58:55 AM StormC
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* Going by release date, Ant-Man takes place a couple of months or so after Age Of Ultron. Ant-Man ends with Scott having dinner with his family, having just stopped Darren Cross and accepted the mantle of Ant-Man. At the end of Ant-Man Falcon recruits Scott for helping with Bucky. Okay. But Civil War takes place a year after AOU. In fact, by the time Civil War happens, Scott has already learned how to transform into Giant-Man (given the timeline it's very unlikely he learned it offscreen during Ant-Man). So does Ant-Man actually take place much later than its release date signifies?
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17th May '16 11:01:04 PM Phoenixion
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10th May '16 9:29:03 PM TheRoguePenguin
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10th May '16 9:25:26 PM TheRoguePenguin
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For individual series, see their respective pages:
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[[AC: Phase One]]

* ''Headscratchers/IronMan1''
* ''Headscratchers/TheIncredibleHulk''
* ''Headscratchers/IronMan2''
* ''Headscratchers/{{Thor}}''
* ''Headscratchers/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger''
* ''Headscratchers/TheAvengers2012''

[[AC: Phase Two]]

* ''Headscratchers/IronMan3''
* ''Headscratchers/ThorTheDarkWorld''
* ''Headscratchers/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier''
* ''Headscratchers/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy''
* ''Headscratchers/AvengersAgeOfUltron''
* ''Headscratchers/AntMan''

[[AC: Phase Three]]

* ''Headscratchers/CaptainAmericaCivilWar''

[[AC: Other]]

* ''Headscratchers/AgentsOfSHIELD''
* ''Headscratchers/MarvelOneShots''
* ''Headscratchers/AgentCarter''
* ''Headscratchers/{{Daredevil 2015}}''
* ''Headscratchers/JessicaJones2015''
4th May '16 10:35:45 PM TheRoguePenguin
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** You're mixing everything up and then claiming confusion. In ''Ant-Man'', Malick and Ward are running separate cells, so it's not hard to believe the former at least might be interested. In ''Civil War'', the guy behind the plot isn't HYDRA, and the one guy that is is in hiding and not part of any cell. ''Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'' is just exploiting the holes.
28th Apr '16 8:03:39 AM TheFellMind
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* So ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'' keeps showing [[{{Recap/AgentsOfSHIELDS2E11Aftershocks}} Coulson's revived S.H.I.E.L.D.]] and [[{{Recap/AgentsOfSHIELDS3E18TheSingularity}} Talbot's ATCU]] frequently dealing HYDRA [[CurbStompBattle curbstompings]] to the point that "the heads aren't growing back", and yet in the MCU films, HYDRA still retains enough clout, influence and resources to [[{{Film/AntMan}} buy Pym Particle technology]] to [[SequelHook some unspecified end]] and [[{{Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar}} meddle with the Avengers]] in a case of LetsYouAndHimFight. I get that HYDRA has been [[AncientConspiracy enduring for centuries if not millennia]] and they have cells, factions and benefactors [[WeAreEverywhere all over the world]], but what's with the increasingly divergent portrayals and narratives? Is it genuine [[InternalReveal in-universe confusion and ambiguity]], or is it just another case of [[RightHandVersusLeftHand the film and television series]] [[ArmedWithCanon refusing to play nice with one another]]?
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28th Dec '15 1:17:03 PM Discar
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*** Because the Inhumans are not directly linked to a franchise owned by another studio. They are their own separate group. The Shi'ar are enemies/allies of the X-Men, while the Badoon are connected primarily to the Fantastic Four (just like the Skrulls). Fox doesn't have to use every character/race to still have the rights to them.

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*** ** Because the Inhumans are not directly linked to a franchise owned by another studio. They are their own separate group. The Shi'ar are enemies/allies of the X-Men, while the Badoon are connected primarily to the Fantastic Four (just like the Skrulls). Fox doesn't have to use every character/race to still have the rights to them.
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