Chart: The Likelihood of Stuff Being Avenged

I went to see The Avengers over the weekend. Seeing the Hulk, Captain America, Iron Man, Black Widow, Hawkeye, and Thor on screen all at once was a real treat, especially when they were beating the tar out of a “puny God”. I’ll have more of my thoughts about the film later this week. But for now, I thought it’d be worth your while to break it down mathematically, with a chart.


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15 responses to “Chart: The Likelihood of Stuff Being Avenged

  1. womanwhowritesstuff

    I think everyone should use graphs to explain things. 🙂

  2. Very well thought out chart. I think you should send this in the the boys at MENSA. Very fun post.

  3. It’s quite simple, really. Just basic match.

    If A = Avengers and R = Something to be Avenged, we can then conclude that if A + R = Avenged, so if A = R then Avenging is the end result.

  4. I still haven’t seen it… I am going to go into the corner and self harm

    • Oooh, I’m surprised by that, Scott. Well, just know that it’s a whole lot of fun, some of the most fun I’ve had in a theatre.

  5. Great idea! Same graph should apply to the likelihood of internal conflicts between avengers and pop corn sold before the movie…

  6. Science for dummies. I think they used to call it… Excellent one as always!

  7. manilovefilmsdylan

    Hard-hittinh, investigative journalism at its best. I was lost but now am found.

  8. The secret to making great Marvel movies is finally out!

  9. Alex Withrow

    “Break it down mathematically…”

    Brilliant, just brilliant. Couldn’t stop laughing.

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