I was just thinking the same thing.Scars Unseen said:I think a hybrid solution is best. As was pointed out, there are a lot of potential Avengers. You can't add them all in at once, though. So how about this: rotate. Retire a character for a few movies to give another one a chance, and use that down time to think of new compelling character arcs and find a suitable replacement actor. Then, when you do bring in the new actor, it isn't as jarring as if you went from Robert Downey Jr to Leonardo DiCaprio in the span of a single movie.
Added irony, the pic illustrating "choices for more female heroes" has almost half of that roster being impossible due to studio licensing - at least 5 of them (that I can make out) are X-Men (not counting Scarlet Witch, though as we now know she's been heavily retconned as no longer being a "mutant").Gizmo1990 said:I don't really have anything to say about the episode but I love the picture on the main page. You are talking about the Avengers and the MCU and the only characters visable on the picture are X-men, Spider-Man and the Fantastic Four.