1. Kamala Kahn
I adore her. She is my current obsession. I love how she is a fangirl superhero and I think she'd be great with a TV show or film. She's a funny, quirky ordinary girl with parents that want the best for her and are a little over protective. I like the fact her background isn't too dark, she wasn't recruited as a young girl to be a spy, she isn't the last of her species she's just a teenager, ok one that gets superpowers but still.
2. The Black Widow
I badly want a black widow movie. An origin story of how this kick ass assassin came over to S.H.I.E.L.D. I know we got snippets in the latest Avengers but that only left me wanting more! Come on Marvel!!! Give us what we want. I'm asking nicely!
I want a Rogue movie. Not movie Rogue. Proper kick ass comic book Rogue. Yellow and green costume the lot. She is my absolute favourite in the X-men comics she's smart, sassy and ain't takin' no crap sugar! But in the X-men movies good lord does she frustrate me. Why did they do it whyyyyyy?!
This one is purely selfish I want more Tom Hiddleston. I know Loki is not technically a hero. No actually not a hero at all. But God is he a fantastic character! And also if he has his own movie that is a lot of big screen Tom Hiddleston to enjoy!!!! In all clad leather and metal and brimming with sarcasm. The wait for Ragnarok is actually going to kill me.
5. Thunder Cats
Thunder..... Thunder..... THUNDERCATS HOOOOOOOOOO!!!!! I would love this to happen! I would lose my mind. Thundercats was THE cartoon of my childhood. With a great band of heroes, a properly scary villain (Mumm-ra still give me shivers) and a kick ass theme tune a Thundercats movie would be sooooooo good! It has all the ingredients for a brilliant summer blockbuster. As long as the producers make it for the generation that grew up with Thundercats as well as the current generation of kids. This is what disappointed me about the Ninja Turtles movie it was just for kids. Not much for adults.
Great post idea this week from @JaymFace. I really thought I'd find this one tricky but it really made me think and I've really enjoyed it. Thanks to The Nerdy Girlie and Super Space Chick for starting it all.
(Original Thundercats artwork by Ed Benes)