ByNicolas Walli, writer at Creators.co
Cinemaphile and Comic book fan, lover of the 1960s and 1970s, theoretical filmmaker.
Nicolas Walli

Ladies and Gentleman, I humbly present to you, quite possibly the weirdest thing you have ever read on MoviePilot, The Swagvengers.

The Swagvengers was a concept I came up with in a fevered dream that might have been a hallucination, so don't expect the casting choices to make any sense, at all. The purpose of the Swagvengers initiative as to bring together a group of people- from different time periods, dimensions, and mediums of art. Here we go.

Captain America- Henry Fonda

Henry Fonda's AOU End credit scene
Henry Fonda's AOU End credit scene

I know I've tread this ground before, notably here, but this concept came first so I'm sticking with it. After 70 years, Captain America has been awakened from the ice he was trapped in after defeating his arch-nemesis, Red Skull (Adam Sandler).

Iron Man- Snoop Dogg

Iron Dizzle
Iron Dizzle

Snoop Dogg plays the genius-billionaire-playboy-philanthropist Tony Stark. However, Snoop's portrayal differs from his contemporary RDJ. Tony Stark, a weapon-making industrialist, is captured in Afghanistan by terrorists armed with his weapons. With the help of Ho Yinsen (Randy Newman), the perpetually chill Stark slides out of the bunker. His response to the terrorists attack is simply, "Yo man, wa's with all that raspy shit?" When Snoop returns home, he decides to make more armors, because whatever. Later, he fights Iron Monger. The villain raises his helmet to reveal his identity (Gollum). To which Snoop replies, "Yo Obadiah you a creepy motherfucker."

Snoop's Iron Man is incredibly casual, probably due to the fact that he is perpetually high. As Iron Man, he has a sense of duty to do, well, whatever he wants, meaning chill and party, but also save the world, because it's "Cool-to-the dizzle, to save the Earth-izzle" (Taken from his PSA about global warming)

Iron Man's number two man is none other than War Machine, which brings us to...

War Machine- Curly Howard

America's finest.
America's finest.

I only have one thing to say to you about this decision. Do you remember the scene in AOU, the Battle of Sokovia, where War Machine was twirling around fighting the Ultron Sentries? Now imagine him going, "Whoop Whoop Whoop Whoop!" The whole time. Also, the end battle in IM2. Just imagine it, Snoop Dogg and Curly fighting off Hammer Drones, Snoop dropping a beat and Curly well... being Curly.

Hulk- Bob Saget

Caption this
Caption this

Bob Saget, at first a mild mannered T.V. dad, then all of a sudden, one of the crassest comics around. Bob's has the mild-mannered swag to play Bruce Banner, but more importantly, the character's relationship with Iron Man. Snoop and Sag are best stoner buddies, as shown by this photo:

Still a better love story than the Odd Couple
Still a better love story than the Odd Couple

Look at this. It's perfect.

Thor- Jim Morrison

Jim Morrison
Jim Morrison

I know I already had him as Loki in a more serious list, but this is not that list.

Morrison, also a cannabis enthusiast, Has the otherworldliness, and the hair, to be Thor. That's pretty much it. From This point on, I'm done explaining.

Black Widow- Betty White

Yep. I went there.

Hawkeye- 60s Cartoon Spider-Man

Dat Ass
Dat Ass

Nick Fury- Rick Astley

Never Gonna Give Earth Up...
Never Gonna Give Earth Up...

And lastly,

Loki- McLovin

Now, here's the full team:

What do you guys think? Good, Bad, Ugly?

Have fun being disturbed!

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