Marvel: Make Big-budget MCU TV series for the X-Men, the Fantastic Four, and Deadpool
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First off, Marvel should come up with a new term to describe those who are born with the X-Gene, because the term "mutant" is too broad to be used to only describe those who are born with said gene.
There should be big-budget TV series for the X-Men and the Fantasic Four that are set in the MCU. There should be 2 big-budget Wolverine TV miniseries. The X-Men TV series should pick up in the year 2011. The X-Men TV series should periodically switch between intros based on those of the 1992 X-Men animated TV series, "X-Men: Evolution", and "Wolverine & The X-Men", and the intros should be updated whenever 1 or more new X-Men members and/or Brotherhood of Mutants members are established. The X-Men TV series should be titled "The Uncanny X-Men". The intros for the Fantastic Four TV series should be based on the intros of the 1994 Fantastic Four animated TV series. Certain episodes of "The Uncanny X-Men" and the Fantastic Four TV series should contain 2 stories, with the first 22 minutes or so having the first story and the rest of the episode having the second story. The first half of the 5th season of "The Uncanny X-Men" should be based on the most crucial events of the animated TV series titled "Wolverine & The X-Men" and the 2nd Wolverine TV miniseries(which should be based on the film "The Wolverine") should take place between the end of the 4th season of "The Uncanny X-Men"(which should be when the explosion at the Xavier Institute and the disappearances of Professor X and Jean Grey occured, and when Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch's memories of their powers, being taken in by Magneto, and everything that happened after meeting Magneto up to that point, and their ability to access their powers, are somehow wiped and they are returned to Sokovia) and the start of the 5th season of "The Uncanny X-Men". The MCU version of the Phoenix storyline should be like the version used in the 1992 X-Men animated TV series. The 2 Wolverine TV miniseries should each have 3 versions: a standard version, a version that's as violent as the animated "Hulk VS Wolverine" short film, and an uncaged version(which is of an R-rated nature). The first Wolverine TV miniseries should chronicle Wolverine's past life, with him discovering his powers at a young age, growing into manhood at a mining colony in the Yukon territory and accidentally killing his childhood friend named Rose, living in the wilderness among wolves, residing with the Blackfoot people and becoming the lover of Silver Fox(who was thought to have been killed by Sabretooth after she rejected him), fighting in WW1, settling down in Japan with a woman named Itsu and having a son named Daken, fighting in WW2 as one of Captain America's Howling Commandos(including the time when Cap and Wolverine saved young Erik Lehnsherr from the Nazis), being part of the Weapon X program and a member of Team X alongside Sabretooth, Maverick(Agent Zero), Kestrel, Mastodon, Psi-Borg, Wildcat, Vole, Silver Fox, Omega Red, Garrison Kane, Deadpool(voiced by Nolan North), and others, and escaping from the Weapon X facility in 2009. There should be a big-budget Deadpool TV series on Netflix that has Nolan North voicing Deadpool and picks up in 2010.
There should be a big-budget Hulk TV series on Netflix called "The Incredible Hulk: The Series" that takes place before the events of "The Incredible Hulk", starting with the events that led to the experiment that created the Hulk. When Bruce Banner is transforming into the Hulk for the first time, before his skin turns green and the transformation completes, his skin should turn grey. The series should follow the "man-on-the-run" formula of Bruce Banner trying to find a cure to the Hulk while evading General Ross & the Strategic Operations Command Center(SOCC)(Hulkbusters)(which should be affiliated with the military contractor Atheon), and the National Register reporter named Jack McGee(Note: the Jack McGee seen in "The Incredible Hulk" should be the son of the Jack McGee that's a reporter for the National Register), who, along with the rest of the general public, except Betty Ross, has been led to believe that Bruce Banner is dead. The series should run for 7 seasons of 22 episodes each. Igor Drenkov should be responsible for the overdose of gamma radiation that Bruce Banner got from the Gamma Ray Projector. All of the stories from the classic live-action Hulk TV series, and all of the stories from the 1978 Hulk comic strip series, should be adapted for this TV series. During the first 12 episodes of the 1st season, Rick Jones should be traveling with Bruce Banner, helping him evade General Ross & the SOCC(Hulkbusters) and Jack McGee, and Rick should establish the Teen Brigade. In one of the episodes of the first half of the 1st season, the Grey Hulk should somehow be unleashed and he should be voiced by Michael Donovan. One of the season 2 episodes should be based on the "Marvel Adventures: Hulk" comic book story called "Bugs". There should be a season 3 episode based on the episode titled "Homecoming" from the classic live-action Hulk TV series, and the MCU version of Brian Banner should be an amalgam of the Brian Banner of the comics and DW Banner from the classic live-action Hulk TV series, with Brian being remorseful of his drunken violence towards Bruce, his sister, Helen Banner, and their mother, Rebecca Banner, when Bruce and Helen were children, and having killed Bruce and Helen's mother in a drunken rage when Bruce was 8 years old. There should be a season 5 multi-parter that's based on the TV movie "The Death of The Incredible Hulk"(which is the 3rd of the 3 TV movie sequels to the classic live-action Hulk TV series), except with the ending, obviously, being different. This TV series's pilot should be a 2-parter and it should begin with Bruce having a peaceful-dream-turned-nightmare that acts as an homage to the one at the beginning of the pilot movie for the classic live-action Hulk TV series(the same music used in that scene should be used in this scene), and the dream should be comprised of memories from Bruce's childhood involving good times that Bruce, Helen, Rebecca, and Brian spent together, and the abuse that Bruce, Helen, and Rebecca endured from Brian due to his overdrinking of alcohol. There should be episodes where Bruce reunites with people that he befriended in previous episodes. In this TV series's episode that's based on the episode titled "The Disciple" from the classic live-action Hulk TV series, Li Sung should not die. There should be a 2-parter titled "Wrath of The Hand", where Li Sung, Michael Roark, and Bruce Banner are confronted by the Hand, who have a vendetta against Li Sung. The MCU version of Prometheus should be a division of SHIELD. As a nod to the comic book series "Marvel Adventures: Hulk", the monkey named Monkey should be used for research at Culver University. There should be the following homages to the classic live-action Hulk TV series: The character Elaina Harding Marks should be in the 2-part pilot and should die in a similar fashion to the way that she did in the pilot movie for the classic series. The intro should be similar to the intro for the classic series and the intro's narration should be "Dr Bruce Banner: Physician, scientist. Searching for a way to tap into the hidden strength that all humans have. Then, a seemingly accidental overdose of gamma radiation alters his body chemistry. And now, when Bruce Banner grows angry, stressed, or fearful, a startling metamorphosis occurs. The creature is driven by rage and pursued by a US Military general and an investigative reporter. The creature is wanted for a murder he didn't commit. Bruce Banner is believed by the general public to be dead, and he must let the world think that he is dead, until he can find a way to rid himself of or control the raging spirit that dwells within him.". The version of the music composition "The Lonely Man" used in the intro for the classic live-action Hulk TV series should be used for the majority of the intro of this TV series, with the version of "The Lonely Man" used for the main menu of the DVD & Blu-ray releases of "The Incredible Hulk" being played after the narration is completed. The version of "The Lonely Man" used at the end of episodes & during the end credits of episodes of the classic series should be used at the end of episodes & during the end credits of episodes of this series. Recaps should start with "Here are some previous scenes from "The Incredible Hulk: The Series".", like how "Here are some scenes from the last episode of "The Incredible Hulk"." was used for recaps in the classic series. All of the music compositions from the classic live-action Hulk TV series and it's 3 TV movie sequels should be used. The Hulk should not speak until halfway through the 2nd season, and the first thing that he says should be "Hulk....smash!". Hulk should be voiced by Lou Ferrigno, in addition to archival recordings of Ted Cassidy, Charles Napier, Bob Holt, Graig Robertson, Mark Gibbon, JB Blanc, and Fred Tatasciore being used for many of Hulk's growls and roars. Like each episode of the classic live-action Hulk TV series, each episode of this TV series should start with a sneak peek of events in the episode, and then, the intro should be shown. During the course of the series, Bruce Banner and, obviously, Hulk should encounter such characters as Gargoyle(Yuri Topolov), Metal Master, Absorbing Man, Space Parasite(Randau), the Gamma Creatures(Outcasts), Ravage(Geoffrey Crawford), Tyrone Cash, Zzzax, Glenn Talbot, John Ryker, Boomerang, Flux, Bereet, Collector, Missing Link, the Glob(Joe Timms), the Klklk(Insectoids), Leroy 'Hammer' Jackson & Johnny Anvil, Tyrannus, Mogol, Crackerjack Jackson, Jim Wilson, Fred Sloan, Susan Jacobson, April Sommers, Katherine Waynesboro(who's secretly a SHIELD agent), Max Stryker(the Hammer), and the Enclave, which should be depicted as an ancient organization founded by four scientists(Jerome Hamilton(an American medical biologist), Maris Morlak(a Lithuanian nuclear physicist), and the Crucibles, Wladyslav Shinski(a Polish geneticist) and Carlo Zota(a Spaniard electronics technician)) who found abandoned Deviant technology, discovered a way to make themselves live indefinitely, sought to create a benevolent world dictatorship, created the Sovereign, built the Citadel of Science(the Beehive) on an island in the North Atlantic Ocean, and would go on to found the Paragon Corporation, which they named after their first creation, Paragon, who became Ayesha after being inside of a birth pod(cosmic coccoon). The Enclave should be depicted as being split up into four sectors, which should be the Jupiter Sector(led by Jupiter Leader(Jerome Hamilton)), the Minerva Sector(led by Minerva Leader(Maris Morlak)), the Ceres Sector(led by Ceres Leader(Wladyslav Shinski)), and the Vulcan Sector(led by Vulcan Leader(Carlo Zota)), the Enclave should be depicted as having mutated human soldiers of theirs into creatures called Barbarias via gene-splicing, and creating giant robots called Kyklops's, and the Enclave should use Barbarias and Kyklops's against Hulk. One of the season 7 episodes should involve Department H sending Wolverine to confront the Hulk.
In "The Incredible Hulk 2", the Leader, Madman(voiced by Paul Dobson), and Half-Life(Tony Masterson)(voiced by Lee Tockar) should be the villains and Leonard Samson should get exposed to gamma radiation. In "The Incredible Hulk 3", She-Hulk(Jennifer Walters) should be introduced, Hulk should start speaking full sentences and not always refer to himself in the 3rd person, and the Tribbitites(Toad Men) should be the villains. "The Incredible Hulk 4" should have the K'ai story.
There should be a 34-minute-long(without counting the end credits) animated Marvel One-Shot that shows the reassembling of the Avengers and the Avengers's attacks on Hydra bases before the events of "The Avengers 2: Age of Ultron".
There should be animated short films that cover the gaps between seasons of MCU TV series.
All canon MCU comic books should be turned into animated short films.
There should be a big-budget movie or big-budget TV miniseries that takes place during the months-long gap of time before Red Skull's defeat near the end of "Captain America: The First Avenger", and follows Captain America, Bucky, the rest of the Howling Commandos(including James Howlett(Wolverine), whose time as a member of the team is brief), and the Invaders(the Synthetic Man(the original Human Torch), Toro(Thomas Raymond), Namor The Sub-Mariner, and Union Jack(James Montgomery Falsworth), who's one of the Howling Commandos). Iron Cross(Helmut Gruler), the 1st Ringmaster(Fritz Tiboldt) and his Circus of Crime, Baron Wolfgang von Strucker, and Baron Heinrich Zemo(whose mask is melted to his face by Adhesive X(Virus X) during a confrontation with Captain America) should appear. There should also be a big-budget Howling Commandos & Invaders TV series on Netflix that picks up after the events of "Captain America: The First Avenger". The Invaders of the MCU should be an amalgam of the comic book version of the Invaders, the Liberty Legion, and the All-Winners Squad.
There should be a big-budget Man-Thing TV series on Netflix, along with a Howard The Duck movie that is spun off of it. Those who are familiar with the Man-Thing comics and how the Howard The Duck comics were spun off from them will know where I am getting at. The Man-Thing TV series should start off with a multi-part origin story that takes place before the events of "Iron Man 3", then, later on, there should be a multi-part story of the series that takes place after "Guardians of The Galaxy" and involves Man-Thing, Dakimh The Enchanter, Jennifer Kale, Korrek, and Howard The Duck on their mission to stop Thog The Netherspawn and the Congress of Realities from using the Nexus of All Realities to merge all universes. When the heroes are crossing the Steps of Oblivion, Howard accidentally falls off into oblivion, which is how he ends up on Earth, thus setting up the Howard The Duck movie.
There should be a big-budget 1-season-long Ant-Man TV series that consists of 26 episodes and follows the escapades of Hank Pym(Ant-Man) and Janet van Dyne(Wasp). Villains that should appear are Egghead(Elihas Starr), Porcupine(Alexander Gentry), Whirlwind(David Cannon), Magician(Lee Guardineer), and Living Eraser.
In the planned film "Ant-Man And The Wasp", the villains should be Augustine Cross(the son of Darren Cross), Crossfire(William Cross)(the cousin of Darren Cross), who's a former criminal partner of Scott Lang, and Crossfire's henchmen(Big Ben Donovan, Dontrell 'Cockroach' Hamilton, Gideon Mace, Ray 'Piranha' Jones, Senor Muerte(Ramon Garcia), Mangler, Spear, and Scythe). At the end of the film, Janet van Dyne should be saved from the Quantum Realm and should take back on the guise of Wasp after the death of Hope van Dyne, Hank Pym should take on the guise of Yellowjacket, and Ant-Man(Scott Lang), Wasp(Janet van Dyne), and Yellowjacket(Hank Pym) should join the Avengers.
Instead of releasing 3 MCU films per year, Marvel Studios should release 4 MCU films per year, with a year's 1st MCU film being released in March, a year's 2nd MCU film being released in May, a year's 3rd MCU film being released in July, and a year's 4th MCU film being released in September.
Future Blu-ray releases of the Phase One & Phase Two MCU movies should include all of the previous extras from all of their previous home video releases, including any BD-Live-exclusive extras, all the extras that are exclusive to the Phase One & Phase Two box sets(including the "first look" extras and all the extras for the "Marvel One-Shots"), and all the retailer-exclusive extras. Future Blu-ray releases of "The Incredible Hulk" should include an extended version of the film that has the deleted scenes of the Bruce Banner/Leonard Samson subplot and the scene that was deleted from the end of the film that involves Betty Ross and Leonard Samson. Future Blu-ray releases of "Iron Man 2", "The Avengers", and "The Avengers 2: Age of Ultron" should include extended versions of the films.
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