Month: October 2014

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.-Skye is a Disney Princess

Is her name Luna?

I have a crazy theory that Skye on Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is a Disney princess.

Almost everyone believes that Skye is an inhuman…my theory explains who she is? What the Obelisk is? Who Skye’s father is? and how this all ties into the Civil War storyline.

Skye is the daughter of Black Bolt’s brother Maximus the Mad.

Her name is Luna. I realize that Luna is the daughter of Quicksilver in the 616 Universe, but in the Ultimate Universe Quicksilver never fell in love with Crystal and I believe that the Marvel Cinematic Universe is going to mirror the Ultimate Universe when it comes to Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch.

Her mother is the inhuman Crystal who has been engaged to Maximus in the comics.

Her father has been king of the Inhumans several times. Her mother is a member of the royal family as well.

If Skye is the daughter of Maximus then she is a certified Disney princess.

What is the Obelisk?

The Obelisk is a Terrigen-bomb. The same type of bomb that restored the powers of all mutantkind after House of M. Terrigen will kill baseline humans in grotesque ways, but does not kill mutants or humans that have inhuman DNA.

The bomb will cause any human with inhuman or mutant DNA to develop powers. the detonation of this device and the resulting explosion of people with super powers will force the government to  implement the mutant/inhuman/superpower registration act and the cause of the Civil War.

I believe the key to the entire Marvel cinematic phase three is in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

or I could be totally wrong.

Classic Horror As It Was Meant To Be Seen.

Classic Horror As It Was Meant To Be Seen.

Two years ago, Cineplex Odeon played a pair of Universal horror classics, Tod Browning’s DRACULA and James Whale’s FRANKENSTEIN, as part of its Classic Film Series. While I can watch Whale’s film (and the rest of his horror output) countless times without exhaustion, Browning’s version of the Bram Stoker novel had always been for me and many others quite a chore to watch. Made while the film industry was still undergoing growing pains in the transition to sound, it always seemed  too slow and static, and with much of the action offscreen, is reminiscent at times of a filmed stage play (which it in essence actually was) or even a radio play, if you close your eyes. Continue reading “Classic Horror As It Was Meant To Be Seen.”