Monday, February 1, 2016

Aquaman and Giant-Man



I am really curious to see how Giant Man will be realized on screen, hopefully in the recently announced Ant-Man and The Wasp movie.  Sure, we have seen giant sized characters in the movies before, but just as with the innovative shrinking visuals we saw in the first film, I am confident that Marvel will give us a new spin on what it's like to be huge.

This story continues in tomorrow's issue, so be sure to come back!

11 comments:

Dale Bagwell said...

Man I really hope so too and that the ship hasn't sailed on seeing Giant Man on-screen, or considering Civil War, an appearance or mention of Black Goliath in some capacity. Probably not since there's been no mention of that by now, but still.....

Anonymous said...

Bring him in yourself???

With all due respect, Hank; I think you're going to have a WHALE of a difficult time doing so. ;-D

Simreeve said...

"Why?" asks Hank in reply to Anonymous. "All that he can do is talk to fish, right?"

^_^

Anonymous said...

Nope! Marine mammals and avians, too.

Bob Greenwade said...

Wait... isn't Aquaman technically a foreign head of state?

Cary Comic said...

Yeah; but, as his biological father was an American lighthouse keeper, that also makes him a U.S. citizen. So, diplomatic immunity might not apply to him.

That being said, here's my next weirdo challenge to Ross' artistic talents...Batman and the Silver Surfer.

Ross said...

There's two batman/SS covers on here already.

Bob Greenwade said...

I wasn't thinking diplomatic immunity; I was wondering if treason against the United States would even apply to him.

Of course the rules about such things might be different in the DCU/STFU.

Cary Comic said...

Again, being half-American on his father's side probably would make him subject to arrest for treason. But, even if not, he'd still probably qualify for arrest for espionage against the U.S. under the National Security Act of 1947.

Matthew Baugh said...

He's the head of a foreign government, I'd think diplomatic immunity would have to apply to hm. Of course, if the US doesn't recognize the government of Atlantis, it could get tricky.

Anonymous said...

Carycomic's right: half-American citizenship from birth would automatically negate any diplomatic immunity.

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