The former, since I plan to have Balder appear in this series as a long lost sibling in her place, a sort of good counterpart hidden away by Odin years ago to keep him safe from Cul, Laufey, and Surtr's watch.
Well, I was thinking they could be related to Ego the Living Planet as members of the Elders of the Universe. As for affiliations, I thought they would remain neutral, only interested in their own pursuits.
Sorry I've been away a while, I was pretty busy over Thanksgiving week.
Beta Ray Bill could be a prisoner of Surtur who Thor meets during his imprisonment in Muspelheim, taken captive while trying to prevent Surtur's fire demons from endangering his people. He could then accompany Thor on his journey for the rest of the events of the film, maybe finding his own hammer in the gladiator pits in Sakar.
Joe Fixit could be a new personality of the Hulk brought out by the length of time Banner spent in Hulk form, more intelligent than the normal Hulk but more savage than Banner.
Silver Surfer could fulfill his normal Planet Hulk role, taken captive by the Grandmaster (perhaps while looking for planets for Galactus to consume) and forced to fight Thor and the Hulk. Thor could free him along with the Hulk, allowing them to strike back against the Grandmaster.
Those could all work, and Caiera could be the name of Tessa's Valkyrie character with Brunhilde, appearance based on Dark World concept art, having been the original Valkyrie leader before she was slain during the battle against Cul the Serpent.
As for the Avengers, at this point they are the membership seen in the end of "Age of Ultron": Cap, Falcon, Black Widow, Hawkeye, War Machine, Scarlet Witch, Quicksilver, and Vision. Hank and Janet have left the team to become the mentors for Scott Lang in Ant-Man, and we all know what happens to Tony, Thor, and Hulk. As for the team itself, while the ground-level heroes & Spidey are focused on their own matters, the Avengers are dedicated towards keeping the peace in the worlds while the main heroes take a long-earned sabbatical after the battle with Zurg/Ultron/Doom Phantom. The Avengers may find out about Gideon Malick's HYDRA faction, but entrust Coulson to take him out for them while they focus on battling other HYDRA/criminal underworld leaders in the form of Nefaria, Blackheart, and the Goblyn Queen Phoenix. Afterwards, they get word on what is happening in the worlds connected to Kevin Flynn's Datascape and rush in to help Emma Swan and Mickey battle the Abraxas/Lord of Darkness hybrid for the final battle.
Like I said in her article, Jiaying was brainwashed by Sebastian Shaw into becoming his black queen, but that's only because Whitehall told Shaw about her when they were both working for the Red Skull during WWII, and Shaw picked up the hints that perhaps there was something to Jiaying that connected her to him by genetic lineage, eventually tracking her down to Afterlife by chasing leads given to him by those who know her and finding out about her life-draining powers when confronting her, which makes him that much more destructively inticing to him.
CuchulainSetanta wrote: Interesting characters. Not sure how to link them to the MCU, though.
For Molto, have him and the other Lava Men be servants of Surtur on Muspelheim, synonymous with the Fire Demons.
Crusader could be linked to the Knights Templar, the Order of the White Rose, or HYDRA through reverse-engineering of tech originally built by the Black Knight. He could serve as a brief threat faced by Thor, Loki, and Doctor Strange while they're off searcing for Odin.
Centurius could be a high-ranking ally of ZODIAC in the Captain Marvel movie, serving as their head geneticist/scientist in their attempts to fill the void left by HYDRA as the leading criminal organization on Midgard, maybe even serving as one of the villains of Agents of SHIELD Season 5 once we find out the deal behind the supposed "time-travel to the future" scam the Kree are pulling on Coulson and his team.
Just wanted to give you a head's up on my concepts for the 2099 characters -
Hulk - John Eisenhart, an Alchemax assassin sent to eliminate the Knights of Banner, a rebel group who worship the missing Bruce Banner as a god-like figure; captured by the Knights and exposed to gamma radiation which mutates him into a new Hulk embodying his suppressed moral compass; as human, continues to work for Alchemax, as Hulk, battles against them.
Punisher - Jake Gallows, former officer of the Public Eye, Alchemax/HYDRA's police; family killed by Kron Stone, son of Alchemax CEO Tyler Stone; angered by Tyler and Alchemax's refusal to punish Kron, inspired by the recovery of Frank Castle's War Journal, becomes the Punisher to bring justice to those too important to HYDRA to be touched by the legal system.
Venom - Kron Stone, son of Tyler, CEO of Alchemax and Supreme HYDRA of 2099; violent serial killer allowed to operate with impunity because of his family connections; mortally wounded by Punisher in revenge for his family's deaths; before he can die, makes contact with the Venom symbiote and is possessed; battles against Spider-Man for his role in continuing Peter Parker's legacy and his opposition of the Alchemax regime.
X-Men - led by Desert Ghost (Xi'an Chi Xan), other members include Cerebra, Skullfire, Krystalin, Meanstreak, Metalhead, and Bloodhawk; last surviving mutants after HYDRA's takeover, Xan only one to escape imprisonment by Weapon X, leads breakout of others from Weapon X headquarters in Canada; take refuge in Nevada desert to set up mutant haven and resistance base.
Ghost Rider - Kenshiro Cochrane, son of Alchemax executive Harrison Cochrane, became anti-HYDRA rebel after witnessing his father kill his rebel mother; killed after his father leads attack on his rebel group; used as Alchemax test subject for channeling demonic power into cyborg super-soldier, but in the process is contacted by secretive AI society known as the Ghostworks; becomes agent of the Ghostworks, protecting them against Alchemax.
Halloween Jack - Jordan Boone, Alchemax agent chosen for creating Asgardian-human hybrids as part of Project Aesir in effort to infiltrate powerful religious cult that still worships Thor as martyr; given Loki's DNA, but goes insane as a result; kills other Aesir agents and takes over Las Vegas as his own kingdom, using experimental technology to create surreal world; neutral to both rebels and Alchemax, only interested in preserving Las Vegas kingdom.
Doom - claims to be surviving Victor van Du'm, but possibly clone or advanced Doombot prototype; awakens from suspended animation in Latveria, conquered by HYDRA during Project Insight; organizes resistance group to overthrow HYDRA regime and restore his own rulership; ally of convience with other rebel groups.
I agree with your assement of the X-Men. That's part of why I left out Ravage, the other part being the focus on his "eco-friendly" agenda. As for Andros, I'm kind of partial to Arno, but I'll think about it.
Are you familiar with Mutant 2099/Chad Channing? If so, he could possibly replace my idea for the 2099 X-Men.
Basically, in the Marvel Knights 2099 universe (a brief experiment with creating an updated 2099 universe), mutation is legally required to be suppressed with medication, an act which results in most of the world's superhumans being killed in battle by Sentinels in front of the Baxter Building. Chad Channing, a high-schooler similar to Peter Parker, later stumbles upon a secret lab under a mall built over the site of the Baxter Building where he finds Reed Richards, who has survived by transferring his consciousness into a robot body based off of the Thing. Richards convinces Channing to stop suppressing his mutant telekinetic powers by replacing the medication with a placebo, allowing Channing to become a hero as the Mutant.
I have some good news and bad news. The bad news is I'm having some work done on my computer, so I don't know if I'm going to make the Wednesday deadline I set. I'll still try, though.
The good news is that I've finally started watching season 2 of Agents of SHIELD! I still have to get seasons 3 and 4 on DVD, but I'll burn that bridge when I come to it. As for making new articles based on what I've learned, I'm... happy to comply.
Remember, the villains for this season are Daniel Whitehall, Blizzard, King Cobra, Blacklash, Madame Masque, Man-Killer, Absorbing Man, Titania, Jiaying/Selene, Mr. Hyde, Angar the Screamer, the Mole Man, Bi-Beast, Seeker, Multiple Man, and Griffin
He's a mechanical genius who fought SHIELD for a long time alongside Mentallo before joining Baron Zemo's Masters of Evil, then the Thunderbolts when that iteration of the team decided to reform. Now he's something of an anti-hero.
That's because he doesn't have any more episodes after that. You could change it so that a villainous organization, any that would ally themselves with Helmut Zemo by this point, recovered Donnie's body and placed him under stasis in their secret HQ away from HYDRA and SHIELD's prying eyes, all so that they can further experiment on him to make him a faithful ally to Zemo on his quest to destroy the Avengers for what their leader, Cap, did to his father back in WWII. He can even replace Gregor Shapanka due to the latter's death at the hands of the Chitauri/World of Chaos/Chernabog's ghostly hordes.
Idea 1: I was thinking the Celtic Ancient One from the movie could be Roma from the Captain Britain comics, if you are familiar with those, while the traditional Tibetian Ancient One could be Yao, as he is in the comics.
Idea 2: If you don't have any Moogle equivalents for the series, I was thinking you could use the Gremlins from Epic Mickey and the old Disney cartoon that never launched.
Well, I am familiar with them, but I was thinking they're too mystical and weird for the MCU at this point. I usually have Captain Britain as just the UK equivalent to Captain America, complete with super soldier serum experimentation.
So I saw that you've done some work on the Ultimate Marvel Cinematic Universe fan wiki, and today I had an idea that I could start my own wiki similar to that but with the DC cinematic universe, or at least what it should be like. I would appreciate some help if you could spare some time.
Ok. For storylines, just look up Linkara's reviews of event comics and one-shots from DC, and try to rewrite them to make them better than before. As for other people to help out, why not try asking fellow contributor of this wiki, TemhotaTech?
I don't think it is, but I don't really think it needs to be. I always thought the Pirates movies, barring the first one, were popcorn movies; they're not good, but they're entertaining. They're really guilty pleasures of mine.
I'm sorry, but I have plenty of things I have to do today and I won't be able to have time to help out with your stories. At the very least, I can offer you wishes of good luck in writing them today and in the future.
I also have another idea, having the human Digimon characters taking the roles of some of the Square-Enix characters and probably the Minions taking over the role of the Moogles, them or Digimon would work.
How about you create a villain team for Knight Templars fighting for the light by any means necessary, or even another team that doesn't care about balance and just cause chaos and utter destruction for fun or even sheer nihilism.
Ok yes, I remember them. All right, bring those two villains at least into the series as part of Pete's gang of goons, but everyone else stays behind due to them not fitting with the tone of the story.
Yes, but I'll have to treat the Buzz Lightyear of Star Command series and the characters I've brought from that series as part of the actual cosmic verse and the toy representation of Buzz as merchandise built in celebration of the great hero in an alternate world.