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MysteryMan

Member Since: Fri Apr 28, 2017
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Vincent

Member Since: Mon Jul 06, 2015
Posts: 115
Subj: I honestly havent likled him since they put him on the Avengers...
Posted: Wed Nov 01, 2017 at 10:05:07 am EDT (Viewed 225 times)
Reply Subj: Re: I wont touch Falcom in the comics, Anthony Mackies version I would love to see in a solo-movie *nt*
Posted: Tue Oct 31, 2017 at 10:56:01 am EDT (Viewed 252 times)



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    It's a shame that you don't like the comics Falcon, ...the movie Falcon, Ex-fighter pilot/soldier turned therapist, ...liken to Hawkeye and Blackwidow origins.



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    Wings built by Black Panther, working in a Welfare or Employment office and dealing with people and the community. He originally started fighting some Ex-Nazi soldiers with only a bird and whatever he could find on a tropical island, until the Red Skull messed with him with the cosmic cube. Likes girls who is abrasive to him or unattainable, Leah was always dumping him for a guy named Ralf, Misty is hostile to him, ...yet he likes them.



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    However, there is that new Patriot, ...how's Falcon going to react when he realizes that it's Roscoe Captain America. The kid that Falcon trained to fight badguys until the Red Skull showed up and killed Roscoe. I know Steve Rogers took the blame, but that kid must have affected Sam Wilson.

    I think there's a lot of story and character there to build upon a long lasting comic series.


...he just didn't fit. And now he's far to preachy. Not sure if its just Mackie...but he really makes me like the character unlike the comics version. In the movies he seems to truly care about people, hes able to banter a little and kicks butt.

Widow and hawkeye in the movies are a little flat to me...Anthony can have both their spots as his imo.


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