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Thank you for creating a genderswap that doesn't oversexualized feminine version of a character. I really appreciate how you've kept your fem!Tony in the same clothes, the same suit, and not given her enormous boobs. Also, I think it's awesome that for the Afghanistan scene, you gave her long sleeves and a headscarf.
No problems! I have a whole headcanon about rule 63 Tony, and part of it is involves a rejection of ‘traditional’ femininity unless the mood strikes. Also, glad you noticed the dress in the rescue image. I think it’s important to recognise how culture and religion would affect genderswaps, and I thought long and hard about that one.
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that spies girls pun is officially the greatest ---- for a split second I wondered why you had misspelled Spice Girls and then I was all like "yoooooooo"
BAD PUNS ARE THE BEST AREN’T THEY
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I know about the behind the scenes drama, but I do kinda wish Ed Norton had been in the Avengers. Partly because I feel…
Some really great points here, although I do have to say that it’s incorrect to say that TIH isn’t officially a part of the MCU.
Nah, my point was Ang Lee’s Hulk movie isn’t canon, but it still ends with Bruce Banner in South America, in search of a cure, and General Ross determined as ever to bring him to justice. So while there’s no official link between the two films, TIH still serves as a weird spiritual successor to Ang Lee’s Hulk. The only real canonical split, aside from TIH showing its own take on the initial accident, is that Talbot dies in Hulk but is shown to be alive in Agents of SHIELD.
A bit of archeology reveals TIH was originally scripted as a direct sequel, but Ed Norton rewrote the script (no really) and added the reboot elements. So, you really don’t need to have seen the torturous and surreal garbage that is Ang Lee’s Hulk to enjoy The Incredible Hulk, which I personally find to be one of the more underrated gems in the MCU. Also, I recently rewatched it and had forgotten entirely that Phil Dunphy’s in it. His character, in the comics, becomes the silliest member of the Hulk family, and a terrible part of me wants to see him show up on Agents of SHIELD as part of some adventure/totally unofficial Modern Family crossover, only to accidentally get dosed with Banner Serum and gamma rays in a completely contrived manner.
Aaaah, apologies. I must have totally misread your last paragraph. I tend to ignore the existence of Ang Lee’s Hulk, I tried to watch it a couple of times but never fully made it through!
And yes, I would love to see Dunphy’s Doc Samson. He’s always been one of the more interesting irradiated characters in the Marvel universe :)