At least do the movie according to canon.
Avengers Unlimited cartoon had the Hulk picking up Thor's hammer via strength
- a major no-no.
The Juggernaut is not a mutant - he has invulnerability due to his headpiece,
which was magical in nature.
I'd rather go watch the DaVinci Code again.
> My major grievences:
> 1. Waste of potencially great supporting cast: The supporting cast, both
> brotherhood and x-men, is mostly there to add a sense of BIG numbers. BULLSHIT!
> Plus, they had ZERO character development.
> 2. Waste of major characters: WHAT THE FUCK WAS THE PHEONIX THERE FOR ANYWAY?!
> First, they had an ÜBER bullshit explanation for how the phoenix came to be,
> second, she was just there to kill off a couple of major characters (the first
> one for absolutly no good reason other than to clear off screen space for Ms.
> "huge ego" Berry, and also going completly against character motivation). Plus,
> killing off Charles was ridiculous. Even if it's the phoenix we're talking about
> here, he's supposed to be the most badass telepath in the world, you don't kill
> him off so easy (and the setup for the "extra" ending is too stupid to warrant
> any mention).
> 3. The "cure". Waaaaaaaay too easy of a plot device to get rid of the bulk of
> supporting cast members, and major ones too.
> 4. CORNY AS SHIT ENDING! I cannot forgive that ending in any way. A couple of
> mutants wipe out the entire alcatraz island, cause billions worth of damage,
> kill many dozens of people and after a few months we're supposed to believe
> everybody just accepted them, all is well in the world, everyone gets along,
> life goes on, all is forgiven, Xavier's dream comes true!
> FUCK YOU! FUCK YOU IN YOUR FUCKING CORNY ASSES WITH A FUCKING CORNCOB!
> 5. Collossus and Iceman looked laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaame. And that dragonball z-ish
> fight between iceman and pyro... i can't even describe how absurdly lame that
> is. I cryed out a loud "oh, come on!" at that point. Biggest cliché since the
> rising above clouds thing in Matrix revolutions.
> Oh, and also, beast was laaaaaaaaaaaame and underused (and as everyone else,
> The two things i liked about it were the power displays. The bridge thing for
> instance. THAT'S magneto, not some pansy old fart that can be simply locked in a
> plastic cell.
> Storm actually using her weather powers, not just remembering she had them when
> she was in danger.
> And phoenix, albeit massively underused, obliterating things at a molecular
> level. Niiiice.
> And the other, althought not quite what i would've loved to see, Collossus
> making a special throw with wolverine against a "sentinel" of sorts. They showed
> it in a pretty lame way, but, i can't not mention that.
> Acting = 4/10
> Plot = 2/10
> Action = 8/10
> Overall (not average) = 5/10
> And as a reference, i'd give the first one 7/10 and the second 9/10
> Seriously, i thought Singer's absence wouldn't make that much of a difference,
> given his confessed lack of knowledge of the x-men stories in general, but damn
> if his touch wasn't severely missing in here... What a fucking let down.
> All work and no play makes me..., well, you know the rest.