5 Marvel Movie Moments That Pissed Off Comic Book Fans

The entire movie industry literally giggled at those geeks over at Marvel Studios when they proposed the idea of having an entire cinematic universe of comic books. Off course we love the movies and the entire empire, but still, they are not perfect and they have given all of us a hell lot of reasons and moments that made us pull our hair hard. And today we bring you five such Marvel movie moments that pissed off every fan.

1. Tony’s heart surgery – Iron Man 3

 MCU: 5 Marvel Movie Moments That Pissed Off Every Fan

Tony Stark is a character with a strong intellect. He controls his Iron Man suits, to be correct. At the point when Tony is injured in the first, the specialist embeds an electromagnet in his mid-section to forestall implanted shrapnel achieving his heart. This smaller than usual reactor is the thing keeping him alive since surgery. This was something nobody could think of.

2. Thor Returns To Earth- The Avengers

The end of Thor finds the title character after the annihilation of the Bifrost, the extension amongst Asgard and Earth. Without this scaffold, we’re advised it’s impractical to traverse, so he doesn’t know whether he’ll ever observe the lady he cherishes until the end of time.

3. Darcy Lewis – Thor / Thor: The Dark World

The Dark World feels like the most trivial passage in the MCU. It does nothing to propel the story outside of presenting another boundlessness stone, and the stakes are lower than the normal scene of Pingu.

4. Crossbones Wasted – Captain America: Civil War

In some other universe, Frank Grillo would have made a wonderful Frank Castle, a vibe that he pulled off with his part in The Purge: Anarchy. When it came time to cast that part Grillo had effectively marked on for Brock Rumlow in The Winter Soldier, who even without having any super power feels like he could persuasively hold up in a battle with Cap.

5. The Leader Teases That Was Never Paid Off – The Incredible Hulk

The Incredible Hulk resembles the red-headed stepchild of the MCU family; well, the irritate, green-cleaned stepchild at any rate. While Marvel recognizes is best known for the studio dropping out with star Ed Norton than anything that happens in the story.

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