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Old Today, 03:24 PM   #1
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Default When Marvel gets back the rights to all of their characters

The biggest danger when this happens is that the film universe could finally become too crowded. For comic fans, this won't be a big deal, but for the average movie-goer, the amount of characters will absolutely become too confusing.

A solution to this could be to specify a certain frame of time during which each character can act within the universe. In this way, they could all exist within the same universe without excessive crossovers. FOR EXAMPLE

1960 to 1970: The Fantastic Four, Daredevil
1965 to 1975: Spider-Man, The Defenders
1970 to 1980: The X-Men, The Punisher
1975 to 1985: Doctor Strange, Guardians of the Galaxy
1980 to 1990: The Avengers, Man-Thing

What characters would you put in what time range? What crossovers are you most looking forward to?

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Default Re: When Marvel gets back the rights to all of their characters

It wouldn't be any different to follow than it is now.
The franchises can still remain independent.
The only big difference would be that Marvel wouldn't be forced to make weird changes to avoid using secondary characters or using certain terms.
You could have an Avengers movie where Wanda and Pietro are called mutants without any mention of any of the X-Men.
You could show the Daily Bugle in the Jessica Jones show without showing Peter Parker or Spider-Man... etc.

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Default Re: When Marvel gets back the rights to all of their characters

You mean when Disney get back all of Marvel's characters.

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Spidey and Xmen isn't going to happen in our lifetime I think

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Default Re: When Marvel gets back the rights to all of their characters

Keep things the way they are now, with everything funneling into Avengers one way or another. Give Spidey and X-Men severe limitations on where they can be. Peter is a high schooler, and poor. He can't really leave NYC.

The X-Men only deal with mutant stuff, it's so important to them, and if they don't handle it, extinction for them. No excessive crossovers, but the rest of the MCU can use minor things form those universes.

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