Three years after "X-Men" came the sequel, "X2". I have long defended this movie as one of the best in the franchise, but I haven't actually watched it in a while, so it was nice to blow the dust off the DVD and take a trip down memory lane.
This is the first article in our #HydraRising community crossover event. You can find many articles, videos, podcasts, and more centered on the new The Rise of Red Skull expansion from many different Marvel Champions content creators by searching #HydraRising on Twitter, Facebook, Discord, etc. For I Rebel's part, we will be publishing an article comparing the two heroes that come in The Rise of Red Skull, a Why? article on the Hydra theme of the campaign expansion, and a Rankings article on the included scenarios that will mostly focus on the standalone experience of those villains. For commentary on the expansion and campaign itself, and all other released product for the game, please check out our Marvel Champions Expansion Guide.
Remember in the MCU Quarantine series when we went back in time with the Avengers to the distant past of 2012? Well buckle up, because we are going even farther today. That's right, the year is 2000, Bill Clinton is President, using the internet requires tying up your landline (whatever those are), and Twentieth Century Fox is about to make Hugh Jackman an absolute mountain of cash.
So you've just completed the first scenario: 'The Gathering,' and gained roughly 7XP from it. You thought to yourself, 'This game isn't that hard.'
For nearly half a century, the Doctor has been in part defined by their ongoing, extremely complicated rivalry with that cunning jackanapes we all love to hate: the Master.