This is a nice way to end the year and have a fun, clean, and happy new year.
The most recent year, 2009, was supposed to be an exciting and colorful one for us. It began with the introduction of the first true, true-to-life superhero in the history of our galaxy. Superman. That was the beginning of an era in which we saw new, bold, and daring heroes. Batman and his rogues gallery. The X-Men. And Wonder Woman.
In 2009 we saw the rise of the Dark Knight, Superman’s arch-nemesis. Batman’s new costume and costume-swapping partner, Robin, was the first real superhero. The X-Men’s new mutant squad was the first real superhero team. Wonder Woman, in her debut year as a powerful and iconic superhero, was the first truly powerful and iconic superhero.
2009 saw the rise of a new superhero genre. The Dark Knight and Superman. The X-Men and Batman. And Wonder Woman. These were a few of the first, bold, and daring heroes. They were the first new characters on the block in years. They changed the way superhero movies are made, and they changed the way superhero books are read. They were the first great and new heroes. It’s because of these heroes that we are where we are today.
In 2009, superhero movies were, for the most part, pretty bland. While the X-Men and Batman are clearly heroes, they were not super-heroes. Sure, they had some great moments, but there was nothing in them that really stood out. Superman was the first one to really get his own movie (and its not bad, but its not great either). And Wonder Woman was great because she was the first one to really get a movie made about her.
When it comes to superheroes, the heroes we love to know are always the ones we can’t wait to see again. And for a while, that was true with the X-Men and Batman. While they had some great action scenes, they were not super-heroes. Sure, they had some great moments, but there was nothing in them that really stood out. Superman was the first one to really get his own movie and its not bad, but its not great either.
That’s why we needed a great woman to start the X-Men movie. And it was not Jessica Chastain, but her costar, Emma Roberts. She was the first woman to really get her own movie and it was great.
To be fair, it was a great movie. But that was a problem as well. It was a fun movie, but in doing so it became a bit of an anti-female movie.
In a way, this is a good problem to have. But not all women were great. The first X-Men movie was a bit of a mixed bag. In its first three films, the X-Men were not a great team of heroes. We saw a bit of Peter Parker, but he was not a great person. We saw a bit of Jean Grey, but she was not a great hero.
This is a problem that goes beyond gender, but it’s still worth noting. The first three X-Men movies were only made from the ground up with the idea that the movies would be just for men. This was great because it was men that were making the movies, but it was not the best idea. We have to remember that this is how movies are made. The goal is not to make a movie for a particular group, but to make it for a general audience.