Wherein Kilgrave shows Adam why he could never be Batman
Wherein Adam marvels at Disney/Marvel’s doubling down on man pain and Bucky Barnes
Wherein Adam muses on The Amazing Spider-Man 2: the sequel to the remake that nobody wanted
Wherein Adam walks away from The Winter Solder wondering if there’s something wrong with him
Wherein Adam takes issue with lazy writing and the prison-industrial complex in Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy
Wherein Adam finally watches The Amazing Spiderman, a movie he refused to see in theatres on principle.
Planet Hulk pulls no punches in offering a grown-up Marvel Cosmic story that mobilizes the Hulk, and only the Hulk, as the author of his own future.
No, it didn’t. Not even a little bit. Here’s why.