Sure, X-Men: Days of Future Past threw more X-Men into a movie than ever before and helped people forget about the abomination that is X-Men 3. But is it perfect? Far from it. Spoilers, for those of y'all who haven't seen the movie yet.
The giant, mutant-killing robots in the latest X-Men movie didn't look exactly like they do in Marvel Comics' popular superhero series. They were still recognizable as Sentinels, though. Alternate designs would've had them look almost like human beings.
While movie-goers flock to theaters to see a re-imagined version of one of the X-Men's greatest stories, iOS gamers can now play through the original comic book storyline in Glitchsoft's X-Men: Days of Future Past.
Have you seen X-Men: Days of Future Past? Want to talk about it without worrying about spoiling who dies at the end for everyone else? This is your spoiler-police free safe haven.
Here's a thought: Maybe the reason homo sapiens hates and fears homo superior is because they're always messing the spacetime continuum. Because, man, the X-Men sure do a whole lot of alternate reality time travel. How much? Take a look.
In an effort to make me hate the Days of Future Past version of speedy mutant Quicksilver even more, fast food chain Carl's Jr. went and did this. Note the X-tra bacon.
I think we might have gathered a few too many X-Men, you guys.
Man, I wasn't expecting all this emotion in the clip for the upcoming X-Men prequel/sequel movie. And where are the damn Sentinels?