Last year in downtown San Antonio I saw Avengers Infinity War on IMAX.
The film had me glued from the first second.
And dare I say that first second I already shed a tear.
Many more tears of happiness and fanboy excitement followed throughout the entire 2 hours and 40 minutes.
I laughed out loud,
I audibly yelled "what the fuck?!" .. twice.
The movie and experience itself was a masterpiece.
Watching Infinity War was actually more than an experience.
It took me an entire day to just take it all in.
A week actually.
And that ending thooooo.
I have now watched the film numerous times more and although it remains great, nothing will compare to that experience sitting in the theater, clutching my original copies of the Infinity Gauntlet that I had read as a child.
I'm pretty sure I had goosebumps the whole time.
And with less than 48 hours left until my showing for #AvengersEndgame, I have those same goosebumps all over again.
I'm honestly filled with so much emotion I can't feel anything anymore.
If that makes sense.
Now, not to demean other people's excitement for the Endgame, but when they say they absolutely cannot wait to see it and that they're the biggest Marvel fan... Yeah your feelings are dwarfed by mine.. by A LOT.
Comicbooks literally saved my life.
And over 20 years ago that 6 issue series literally inspired me to be who I am today in a weird yet fucking awesome way.
(More in a future post maybe)
I've pretty much waited my entire life for this.
The #XMen, #SpiderMan, #Blade, & #FantasticFour films that preceded the MCU were all great (and not so great) in their own right, but Infinity War and Endgame are a culmination of what true comicbook fans yearn for: the crossover.
Watching Infinity War was honestly a life changing moment for me.
Endgame will replicate that.
. ➡️ Swipe to the right to see the #thirsttrap that is me from that day last year #helloladies
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