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  • let's share ideas for the upcoming sequel. mine are right here!

    • Violet is the protagonist
    • Four new superheroes appear
    • the main villains are the same people who outlawed superheroes, who want to make sure the law isn't reversed
    • John Ratzenberger voices a larger role than this one
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    • I really hope John Ratzenberger has a bigger voice role than The Underminer because apart from in the game we knew nothing about him. I'm just really excited about this movie.

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    • Violet will be the protagonist. The villain wil be female.

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    • Syndrome's Henchwomen Concept Art
      -The film takes place 6 years after the original

      -Violet and Dash (now both 20 and 16, respectively) are the protagonists 

      -In the film's subplot Bob, Helen and Lucius all work on keeping the hometown safe from the villain's henchmen.

      -In the film's main plot, Violet and Dash go to the villains lair to stop her.

      -The villain is a glamour godess (think Jessica Rabbit meets Shego.)

      This is concept art for Syndrome's henchpeople from the first movie. I think that the villain in the sequel should have henchwomen that look just like this.

       

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    • DisneyTriviaBuff wrote:
      Syndrome's Henchwomen Concept Art
      -The film takes place 6 years after the original

      -Violet and Dash (now both 20 and 16, respectively) are the protagonists 

      -In the film's subplot Bob, Helen and Lucius all work on keeping the hometown safe from the villain's henchmen.

      -In the film's main plot, Violet and Dash go to the villains lair to stop her.

      -The villain is a glamour godess (think Jessica Rabbit meets Shego.)

      This is concept art for Syndrome's henchpeople from the first movie. I think that the villain in the sequel should have henchwomen that look just like this.

       

      was something wrong whith my villain idea? just wondering.

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    • Carebearheart wrote: 

      was something wrong whith my villain idea? just wondering.

      Nope, nothing was wrong with it at all! In fact, it's not a bad idea at all! However, I personally like the idea of a female villan 

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    • i think

      the old villain should survive some how i mean he got sucked into a airplane motor could he not have survived somehow with he's blue laser thiny hes used to freeze the incredibles when he meets the whole familie of the incredibles and when he lift a bus in the city pretending to be a hero.

      i think it would make more sense if he survived i mean i read it's about 6 years later so if the villian survived but badly dmg he could have used 6 years to recover/making a new revenge plan and he would be more revenge full at the incredibles only getting more and more angry as the years past

      he would maybe also look unrecognizeable with scar and more.

      while the familie just liveing there lifes (sometimes saveing the city from terror) but not knowing the worst is to come.

      but thats just what i think.

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    • I did some research and I found out that the sequel takes place in the future. (Apparently I'm not the only one XD) I DIDN'T KNOW IT WAS 6 YEARS THOUGH XD. I also found out that the story is centered around Jack-Jack apparently. An old villian is supposedly going to try to manipulate him or something like that. This is all just speculated resarch though. It was an interview with the CEO of Pixar.

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    • ChocolatePumpkins wrote:
      I did some research and I found out that the sequel takes place in the future. (Apparently I'm not the only one XD) I DIDN'T KNOW IT WAS 6 YEARS THOUGH XD. I also found out that the story is centered around Jack-Jack apparently. An old villian is supposedly going to try to manipulate him or something like that. This is all just speculated resarch though. It was an interview with the CEO of Pixar.

      That remains to be seen, plus we don't even know if the CEO of Pixar even confirmed it yet or not, hench why it's rumors, until proven true.

      For now D23 2017 is our best bet (unless we get more leaks like we did recently with Andrew Stanton confirming that the sequel will likely start directly from where the ending of the 1st film took place), if anything Bird should be the one to confirm it as it's his film and he has the final word on the film's story.

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    • Hope I don't get any flame for this but I think it would be interesting if Jack Jack was the villain in the sequel.

      Maybe Jack Jack would be very power hungry because of his powers and he may think that he's stronger than the rest of his family. It's up to the family to bring him back on the good side.

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    • Well guys, it's looking more and more likely that we're getting our Jack-Jack story, but it seems he'll have a rivarly with Dash that turns one of the two into a villain (which seems pretty legit to the Family Dynamic arc Bird's using, even though it kind of goes against it as well with 1 of the kids turning bad, and I hope it's Dash that turns, since he's the most likely one to snap due to his attiude).

      But rest assured as the entire arc of J-J turning evil and Dash possibly doing the same thing are completely faked (as it all came from another Wiki).

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    • VioletLightning89 wrote:
      Well guys, it's looking more and more likely that we're getting our Jack-Jack story, but it seems he'll have a rivarly with Dash that turns one of the two into a villain (which seems pretty legit to the Family Dynamic arc Bird's using, even though it kind of goes against it as well with 1 of the kids turning bad, and I hope it's Dash that turns, since he's the most likely one to snap due to his attiude).

      But rest assured as the entire arc of J-J turning evil and Dash possibly doing the same thing are completely faked (as it all came from another Wiki).

      Interesting :D

      But we haven't seen Jack Jack's true behavior yet. I think it will be him who snaps because of the demon form he has XD

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    • Disney4Lyfe wrote:
      VioletLightning89 wrote:
      Well guys, it's looking more and more likely that we're getting our Jack-Jack story, but it seems he'll have a rivarly with Dash that turns one of the two into a villain (which seems pretty legit to the Family Dynamic arc Bird's using, even though it kind of goes against it as well with 1 of the kids turning bad, and I hope it's Dash that turns, since he's the most likely one to snap due to his attiude).

      But rest assured as the entire arc of J-J turning evil and Dash possibly doing the same thing are completely faked (as it all came from another Wiki).

      Interesting :D

      But we haven't seen Jack Jack's true behavior yet. I think it will be him who snaps because of the demon form he has XD

      It's not going to be him, since the rumors all started because of a fan's idea on another site, and we know Disney/Pixar won't listen to fan ideas, they'll think of something.

      But any hopes of J-J turning evil are pretty much dead (unless a 3rd film comes out.)

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    • VioletLightning89 wrote:
      Disney4Lyfe wrote:
      VioletLightning89 wrote:
      Well guys, it's looking more and more likely that we're getting our Jack-Jack story, but it seems he'll have a rivarly with Dash that turns one of the two into a villain (which seems pretty legit to the Family Dynamic arc Bird's using, even though it kind of goes against it as well with 1 of the kids turning bad, and I hope it's Dash that turns, since he's the most likely one to snap due to his attiude).

      But rest assured as the entire arc of J-J turning evil and Dash possibly doing the same thing are completely faked (as it all came from another Wiki).

      Interesting :D

      But we haven't seen Jack Jack's true behavior yet. I think it will be him who snaps because of the demon form he has XD

      It's not going to be him, since the rumors all started because of a fan's idea on another site, and we know Disney/Pixar won't listen to fan ideas, they'll think of something.

      But any hopes of J-J turning evil are pretty much dead (unless a 3rd film comes out.)

      I see, you;re right, Dash would make a nice villain, I guess :)

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    • Disney4Lyfe wrote:
      VioletLightning89 wrote:
      Disney4Lyfe wrote:
      VioletLightning89 wrote:
      Well guys, it's looking more and more likely that we're getting our Jack-Jack story, but it seems he'll have a rivarly with Dash that turns one of the two into a villain (which seems pretty legit to the Family Dynamic arc Bird's using, even though it kind of goes against it as well with 1 of the kids turning bad, and I hope it's Dash that turns, since he's the most likely one to snap due to his attiude).

      But rest assured as the entire arc of J-J turning evil and Dash possibly doing the same thing are completely faked (as it all came from another Wiki).

      Interesting :D

      But we haven't seen Jack Jack's true behavior yet. I think it will be him who snaps because of the demon form he has XD

      It's not going to be him, since the rumors all started because of a fan's idea on another site, and we know Disney/Pixar won't listen to fan ideas, they'll think of something.

      But any hopes of J-J turning evil are pretty much dead (unless a 3rd film comes out.)

      I see, you;re right, Dash would make a nice villain, I guess :)

      That all depends if Reddit's Professor Wonder's theory turns out to be true (again that's if Disney/Pixar really wants to turn a popular character evil), and to be quite honest Dash fits the mold of a villain more than J-J does (the way Dash starts out in the beginning of the Incredibles is eerily similar to the way Buddy Pine acted before he turned evil.)

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    • Here is a idea I have: a New Villain named The Maximum Man rises as a new Villain and threat to the city where they live,and now that Mr. Incredible is unable to do all the things he used to do,his children head out to stop the Villain (mainly Dash),however, they discover that The Maximum Man is the Hencemen of Syndrome, who has seeked revenge on the Incredible for killing his master years ago and he has been plotting his revenge on them ever since.Now,Dash and His Siblings must defeat The Maximum Man before he takes over and destroys the family.The Maximum Man would wear a silver mask and a black cape with a giant white M on it.He would also have the superpowers of: Freeze,Melting, Maximum Strength, and Fire-Breathing.Also,J-J somehow is kidnapped by The Maximum Man toward the climax,and he tries to turn him Evil and his siblings must stop him before it's to late.Also,the maximum Man could be Voiced by Tom Hollander.

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    • Thom7 wrote:
      Here is a idea I have: a New Villain named The Maximum Man rises as a new Villain and threat to the city where they live,and now that Mr. Incredible is unable to do all the things he used to do,his children head out to stop the Villain (mainly Dash),however, they discover that The Maximum Man is the Hencemen of Syndrome, who has seeked revenge on the Incredible for killing his master years ago and he has been plotting his revenge on them ever since.Now,Dash and His Siblings must defeat The Maximum Man before he takes over and destroys the family.The Maximum Man would wear a silver mask and a black cape with a giant white M on it.He would also have the superpowers of: Freeze,Melting, Maximum Strength, and Fire-Breathing.Also,J-J somehow is kidnapped by The Maximum Man toward the climax,and he tries to turn him Evil and his siblings must stop him before it's to late.Also,the maximum Man could be Voiced by Tom Hollander.

      Seems plausible enough (but maybe not use Tom Hollander for Maximum Man, think someone a little high profile like say Tom Hiddleston or Benedict Cumberbatch (who are both known for playing awesome villains), but maybe not age the family too much, remember we need the kids to stay young so Disney/Pixar can sell merchandise off of them, 2-3 years is enough anywhere beyond that then you might as well throw the parents back into the retirement shelters again.


      Isn't Tom Hollander the new kid playing Spider-Man by the way? (I heard that name before).

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    • Carebearheart wrote:
      let's share ideas for the upcoming sequel. mine are right here!
      • Violet is the protagonist
      • Four new superheroes appear
      • the main villains are the same people who outlawed superheroes, who want to make sure the law isn't reversed
      • John Ratzenberger voices a larger role than this one


      So is. I like your idea that I wish Violet Parr is the protagonist in The Incredibles 2.

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    • Incredibles. My most favourate Pixar movie.

      My suggestion would be making Violet, Dash and Jack-Jack older. 14 years is perhaps a bit too much to age. Maybe 2-5 years?

      The story could be set at the dawn of a new age of heroes that began after the first movie. Some of my story ideas are:

      • Bob and Helen are too concerned as parents for the safety of their children as they become more independant heroes. While every parent is always sad and concern to see their children leave the nest, the fact their children are taking on the criminal society of their city as well as new age villains, death threats and personally dealing with terrorism however makes them more terrified. Maybe once Violet and Dash "leave the nest", they have new costumes and super-identidies for themselves.
      • Non-super heroes to be introduced. While Syndrome was a villain, he became a villain because he was not a super, unlike his idol Mr. Incredible. He overcame his human limits with technology just to establish himself as the person he always wanted to be and was destroyed for it. I think it would be a nice message to say that "even if you don't have a birth right or have physical limits, you can still achieve greatness" or something like that. To think Buddy would have never became Syndrome if he was given a new creative outlet to support his heroes than being rebutted.
      • Jack-Jack is considered potentially powerful and unique even by "super" standards and is a target for villains. They want to use him as a battery or raise him as an evil heir or something like that.
      • A "knock-off" Legion of Doom. Maybe lead by Syndrome who could of survived, or maybe a new yet oldschool villain who Mr. Incredible fears or regards as nemesis.
      • Syndromes return, especially using the "If the body isn't found, they're not dead" excuse that is common in superhero comics and shows.
      • A new anti-hero, or side-villain who becomes an anti-hero.
      • More of the oldschool heroes and villains, and perhaps new ones as well. Throughout the movie and even in the DVD, we got to know plenty of superheroes but we never got to see much villains other than Syndrome, Underminer and a few names mentioned in talk.

      Heck a TV series would also just be as cool to see more of the day-to-day lives and great adventures of The Incredibles.

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    • Mystic Monkey wrote:
      Incredibles. My most favourate Pixar movie.

      My suggestion would be making Violet, Dash and Jack-Jack older. 14 years is perhaps a bit too much to age. Maybe 2-5 years?

      The story could be set at the dawn of a new age of heroes that began after the first movie. Some of my story ideas are:

      • Bob and Helen are too concerned as parents for the safety of their children as they become more independant heroes. While every parent is always sad and concern to see their children leave the nest, the fact their children are taking on the criminal society of their city as well as new age villains, death threats and personally dealing with terrorism however makes them more terrified. Maybe once Violet and Dash "leave the nest", they have new costumes and super-identidies for themselves.
      • Non-super heroes to be introduced. While Syndrome was a villain, he became a villain because he was not a super, unlike his idol Mr. Incredible. He overcame his human limits with technology just to establish himself as the person he always wanted to be and was destroyed for it. I think it would be a nice message to say that "even if you don't have a birth right or have physical limits, you can still achieve greatness" or something like that. To think Buddy would have never became Syndrome if he was given a new creative outlet to support his heroes than being rebutted.
      • Jack-Jack is considered potentially powerful and unique even by "super" standards and is a target for villains. They want to use him as a battery or raise him as an evil heir or something like that.
      • A "knock-off" Legion of Doom. Maybe lead by Syndrome who could of survived, or maybe a new yet oldschool villain who Mr. Incredible fears or regards as nemesis.
      • Syndromes return, especially using the "If the body isn't found, they're not dead" excuse that is common in superhero comics and shows.
      • A new anti-hero, or side-villain who becomes an anti-hero.
      • More of the oldschool heroes and villains, and perhaps new ones as well. Throughout the movie and even in the DVD, we got to know plenty of superheroes but we never got to see much villains other than Syndrome, Underminer and a few names mentioned in talk.

      Heck a TV series would also just be as cool to see more of the day-to-day lives and great adventures of The Incredibles.

      Good ideas, and I think we've already been introduced to a non-super hero--Edna Mode. Edna's a technological master like Syndrome, her outfit possibly being armor, and she helps the Incredibles restore superheroes and may even have helped defeat Syndrome by giving him a cape. But I do agree with seeing a non-super hero in action, as Edna may have been unable to enter the fray due to her size and circumstances.

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    • Royalreceiver wrote:

      Mystic Monkey wrote:
      Incredibles. My most favourate Pixar movie.

      My suggestion would be making Violet, Dash and Jack-Jack older. 14 years is perhaps a bit too much to age. Maybe 2-5 years?

      The story could be set at the dawn of a new age of heroes that began after the first movie. Some of my story ideas are:

      • Bob and Helen are too concerned as parents for the safety of their children as they become more independant heroes. While every parent is always sad and concern to see their children leave the nest, the fact their children are taking on the criminal society of their city as well as new age villains, death threats and personally dealing with terrorism however makes them more terrified. Maybe once Violet and Dash "leave the nest", they have new costumes and super-identidies for themselves.
      • Non-super heroes to be introduced. While Syndrome was a villain, he became a villain because he was not a super, unlike his idol Mr. Incredible. He overcame his human limits with technology just to establish himself as the person he always wanted to be and was destroyed for it. I think it would be a nice message to say that "even if you don't have a birth right or have physical limits, you can still achieve greatness" or something like that. To think Buddy would have never became Syndrome if he was given a new creative outlet to support his heroes than being rebutted.
      • Jack-Jack is considered potentially powerful and unique even by "super" standards and is a target for villains. They want to use him as a battery or raise him as an evil heir or something like that.
      • A "knock-off" Legion of Doom. Maybe lead by Syndrome who could of survived, or maybe a new yet oldschool villain who Mr. Incredible fears or regards as nemesis.
      • Syndromes return, especially using the "If the body isn't found, they're not dead" excuse that is common in superhero comics and shows.
      • A new anti-hero, or side-villain who becomes an anti-hero.
      • More of the oldschool heroes and villains, and perhaps new ones as well. Throughout the movie and even in the DVD, we got to know plenty of superheroes but we never got to see much villains other than Syndrome, Underminer and a few names mentioned in talk.

      Heck a TV series would also just be as cool to see more of the day-to-day lives and great adventures of The Incredibles.

      Good ideas, and I think we've already been introduced to a non-super hero--Edna Mode. Edna's a technological master like Syndrome, her outfit possibly being armor, and she helps the Incredibles restore superheroes and may even have helped defeat Syndrome by giving him a cape. But I do agree with seeing a non-super hero in action, as Edna may have been unable to enter the fray due to her size and circumstances.

      Edna does have super skills in tailouring just as Syndrome has super skills in technology, but Edna is more of a business woman to superheroes than a hero herself. When it comes to a crisis she's more likely to pep-talk the nearest available hero to save the day while she would find a secured area and maybe bop a henchie on the head or something.

      While Incredibles is my most favourate of Pixar movies, it does have a bit of an unintended message that the genetically superior are socially favoured, feared and respected over those who can work hard and overcome their "common" limits. Buddy didn't become a villain for the sake of being evil, he became a villain because he wanted to be "super". Granted he messed up his chances to be "Incrediboy", but how it ended made him have a sour oppinion on heroes because of Incredibles impatience towards him. Buddy achieved his goal to be better than a "super", with the later intentions to mass produce and sell his technology so that everyone can be artificially super so that everyone can have equality... and he was deemed horrible and destroyed for it.

      All in all, just saying that while the world of The Incredible consist of regular people and super people. it would be nice if there were costumed heroes who under the capes were non-super, regular people who still do just a smuch a ssuperheroes. Perhaps there was no such heroes before the Superheroics and Anti-Super Legislation, but the end of the movie shows promise of the ban being overturned and perhaps a new age of heroes.

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    • Mystic Monkey wrote:

      Royalreceiver wrote:


      Mystic Monkey wrote:
      Incredibles. My most favourate Pixar movie.

      My suggestion would be making Violet, Dash and Jack-Jack older. 14 years is perhaps a bit too much to age. Maybe 2-5 years?

      The story could be set at the dawn of a new age of heroes that began after the first movie. Some of my story ideas are:

      • Bob and Helen are too concerned as parents for the safety of their children as they become more independant heroes. While every parent is always sad and concern to see their children leave the nest, the fact their children are taking on the criminal society of their city as well as new age villains, death threats and personally dealing with terrorism however makes them more terrified. Maybe once Violet and Dash "leave the nest", they have new costumes and super-identidies for themselves.
      • Non-super heroes to be introduced. While Syndrome was a villain, he became a villain because he was not a super, unlike his idol Mr. Incredible. He overcame his human limits with technology just to establish himself as the person he always wanted to be and was destroyed for it. I think it would be a nice message to say that "even if you don't have a birth right or have physical limits, you can still achieve greatness" or something like that. To think Buddy would have never became Syndrome if he was given a new creative outlet to support his heroes than being rebutted.
      • Jack-Jack is considered potentially powerful and unique even by "super" standards and is a target for villains. They want to use him as a battery or raise him as an evil heir or something like that.
      • A "knock-off" Legion of Doom. Maybe lead by Syndrome who could of survived, or maybe a new yet oldschool villain who Mr. Incredible fears or regards as nemesis.
      • Syndromes return, especially using the "If the body isn't found, they're not dead" excuse that is common in superhero comics and shows.
      • A new anti-hero, or side-villain who becomes an anti-hero.
      • More of the oldschool heroes and villains, and perhaps new ones as well. Throughout the movie and even in the DVD, we got to know plenty of superheroes but we never got to see much villains other than Syndrome, Underminer and a few names mentioned in talk.

      Heck a TV series would also just be as cool to see more of the day-to-day lives and great adventures of The Incredibles.

      Good ideas, and I think we've already been introduced to a non-super hero--Edna Mode. Edna's a technological master like Syndrome, her outfit possibly being armor, and she helps the Incredibles restore superheroes and may even have helped defeat Syndrome by giving him a cape. But I do agree with seeing a non-super hero in action, as Edna may have been unable to enter the fray due to her size and circumstances.
      Edna does have super skills in tailouring just as Syndrome has super skills in technology, but Edna is more of a business woman to superheroes than a hero herself. When it comes to a crisis she's more likely to pep-talk the nearest available hero to save the day while she would find a secured area and maybe bop a henchie on the head or something.

      While Incredibles is my most favourate of Pixar movies, it does have a bit of an unintended message that the genetically superior are socially favoured, feared and respected over those who can work hard and overcome their "common" limits. Buddy didn't become a villain for the sake of being evil, he became a villain because he wanted to be "super". Granted he messed up his chances to be "Incrediboy", but how it ended made him have a sour oppinion on heroes because of Incredibles impatience towards him. Buddy achieved his goal to be better than a "super", with the later intentions to mass produce and sell his technology so that everyone can be artificially super so that everyone can have equality... and he was deemed horrible and destroyed for it.

      All in all, just saying that while the world of The Incredible consist of regular people and super people. it would be nice if there were costumed heroes who under the capes were non-super, regular people who still do just a smuch a ssuperheroes. Perhaps there was no such heroes before the Superheroics and Anti-Super Legislation, but the end of the movie shows promise of the ban being overturned and perhaps a new age of heroes.

      That new age of heroes idea is going to be the story with Violet and Dash learning the ropes of being superheroes (think of Sky High in a way), only with their parents teaching them (while rasing Jack-Jack as a side story), they could even throw in Frozone to help out (would be a good reason to toss in his wife for a few scenes).

      It would be nice to see non-superpowered superheroes to go along the superpowered ones (Tony would make a fine addition as long as he doesn't go the route Xander did in the comics or heck even Kari McKeen), assuming they stick within the timeline of the first film.

      I don't think Violet or Dash will get new supersuits seeing as they are very popular with the ones they have on now, I could see something like a color armband or something to tell each member apart.

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    • VioletLightning89 wrote:

      Mystic Monkey wrote:

      Royalreceiver wrote:


      Mystic Monkey wrote:
      Incredibles. My most favourate Pixar movie.

      My suggestion would be making Violet, Dash and Jack-Jack older. 14 years is perhaps a bit too much to age. Maybe 2-5 years?

      The story could be set at the dawn of a new age of heroes that began after the first movie. Some of my story ideas are:

      • Bob and Helen are too concerned as parents for the safety of their children as they become more independant heroes. While every parent is always sad and concern to see their children leave the nest, the fact their children are taking on the criminal society of their city as well as new age villains, death threats and personally dealing with terrorism however makes them more terrified. Maybe once Violet and Dash "leave the nest", they have new costumes and super-identidies for themselves.
      • Non-super heroes to be introduced. While Syndrome was a villain, he became a villain because he was not a super, unlike his idol Mr. Incredible. He overcame his human limits with technology just to establish himself as the person he always wanted to be and was destroyed for it. I think it would be a nice message to say that "even if you don't have a birth right or have physical limits, you can still achieve greatness" or something like that. To think Buddy would have never became Syndrome if he was given a new creative outlet to support his heroes than being rebutted.
      • Jack-Jack is considered potentially powerful and unique even by "super" standards and is a target for villains. They want to use him as a battery or raise him as an evil heir or something like that.
      • A "knock-off" Legion of Doom. Maybe lead by Syndrome who could of survived, or maybe a new yet oldschool villain who Mr. Incredible fears or regards as nemesis.
      • Syndromes return, especially using the "If the body isn't found, they're not dead" excuse that is common in superhero comics and shows.
      • A new anti-hero, or side-villain who becomes an anti-hero.
      • More of the oldschool heroes and villains, and perhaps new ones as well. Throughout the movie and even in the DVD, we got to know plenty of superheroes but we never got to see much villains other than Syndrome, Underminer and a few names mentioned in talk.

      Heck a TV series would also just be as cool to see more of the day-to-day lives and great adventures of The Incredibles.

      Good ideas, and I think we've already been introduced to a non-super hero--Edna Mode. Edna's a technological master like Syndrome, her outfit possibly being armor, and she helps the Incredibles restore superheroes and may even have helped defeat Syndrome by giving him a cape. But I do agree with seeing a non-super hero in action, as Edna may have been unable to enter the fray due to her size and circumstances.
      Edna does have super skills in tailouring just as Syndrome has super skills in technology, but Edna is more of a business woman to superheroes than a hero herself. When it comes to a crisis she's more likely to pep-talk the nearest available hero to save the day while she would find a secured area and maybe bop a henchie on the head or something.

      While Incredibles is my most favourate of Pixar movies, it does have a bit of an unintended message that the genetically superior are socially favoured, feared and respected over those who can work hard and overcome their "common" limits. Buddy didn't become a villain for the sake of being evil, he became a villain because he wanted to be "super". Granted he messed up his chances to be "Incrediboy", but how it ended made him have a sour oppinion on heroes because of Incredibles impatience towards him. Buddy achieved his goal to be better than a "super", with the later intentions to mass produce and sell his technology so that everyone can be artificially super so that everyone can have equality... and he was deemed horrible and destroyed for it.

      All in all, just saying that while the world of The Incredible consist of regular people and super people. it would be nice if there were costumed heroes who under the capes were non-super, regular people who still do just a smuch a ssuperheroes. Perhaps there was no such heroes before the Superheroics and Anti-Super Legislation, but the end of the movie shows promise of the ban being overturned and perhaps a new age of heroes.

      That new age of heroes idea is going to be the story with Violet and Dash learning the ropes of being superheroes (think of Sky High in a way), only with their parents teaching them (while rasing Jack-Jack as a side story), they could even throw in Frozone to help out (would be a good reason to toss in his wife for a few scenes).

      It would be nice to see non-superpowered superheroes to go along the superpowered ones (Tony would make a fine addition as long as he doesn't go the route Xander did in the comics or heck even Kari McKeen), assuming they stick within the timeline of the first film.

      I don't think Violet or Dash will get new supersuits seeing as they are very popular with the ones they have on now, I could see something like a color armband or something to tell each member apart.

      Never really liked Sky High but do prefer the idea of Bob, Helen, Lucius and maybe even the NSA tutoring Violet and Dash. But not in a Young Justice kinda way because "independant team of sidekicks" trope is done to death.

      I don't think the comics or other side media count as "canon". For example if there was an Incredibles TV series then that maybe canon, but if there is a comic or book series that is well known and Disney or Pixar confirm it's part of the movies lore then yeah, thats canon. And quite honestly would not wanna see Tony or Kari become superheroes since they appear more comfortable with their civilian lives. Unless they become heroes via some power-granting macguffin with responsibilities shoved on them, but honestly would rather be introduced to a brand new hero who is a non-super under the mask.

      I'm just saying that for now The Incredibles is a superhero group that consist of the Parr family and of course have matching supersuits as uniforms by Edna. When Violet and Dash grow up, they may decide to be independant heroes or have their own supersuits that distinct their individuality and go out to have their own adventures and legacy.

      Think Dick Grayson and Tim Drake how they were both Robins, but instead of being Batmen decided to become independant heroes as Nightwing and Red Hood.

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      VioletLightning89 wrote:

      Mystic Monkey wrote:

      Royalreceiver wrote:



      Mystic Monkey wrote:
      Incredibles. My most favourate Pixar movie.

      My suggestion would be making Violet, Dash and Jack-Jack older. 14 years is perhaps a bit too much to age. Maybe 2-5 years?

      The story could be set at the dawn of a new age of heroes that began after the first movie. Some of my story ideas are:

      • Bob and Helen are too concerned as parents for the safety of their children as they become more independant heroes. While every parent is always sad and concern to see their children leave the nest, the fact their children are taking on the criminal society of their city as well as new age villains, death threats and personally dealing with terrorism however makes them more terrified. Maybe once Violet and Dash "leave the nest", they have new costumes and super-identidies for themselves.
      • Non-super heroes to be introduced. While Syndrome was a villain, he became a villain because he was not a super, unlike his idol Mr. Incredible. He overcame his human limits with technology just to establish himself as the person he always wanted to be and was destroyed for it. I think it would be a nice message to say that "even if you don't have a birth right or have physical limits, you can still achieve greatness" or something like that. To think Buddy would have never became Syndrome if he was given a new creative outlet to support his heroes than being rebutted.
      • Jack-Jack is considered potentially powerful and unique even by "super" standards and is a target for villains. They want to use him as a battery or raise him as an evil heir or something like that.
      • A "knock-off" Legion of Doom. Maybe lead by Syndrome who could of survived, or maybe a new yet oldschool villain who Mr. Incredible fears or regards as nemesis.
      • Syndromes return, especially using the "If the body isn't found, they're not dead" excuse that is common in superhero comics and shows.
      • A new anti-hero, or side-villain who becomes an anti-hero.
      • More of the oldschool heroes and villains, and perhaps new ones as well. Throughout the movie and even in the DVD, we got to know plenty of superheroes but we never got to see much villains other than Syndrome, Underminer and a few names mentioned in talk.

      Heck a TV series would also just be as cool to see more of the day-to-day lives and great adventures of The Incredibles.

      Good ideas, and I think we've already been introduced to a non-super hero--Edna Mode. Edna's a technological master like Syndrome, her outfit possibly being armor, and she helps the Incredibles restore superheroes and may even have helped defeat Syndrome by giving him a cape. But I do agree with seeing a non-super hero in action, as Edna may have been unable to enter the fray due to her size and circumstances.
      Edna does have super skills in tailouring just as Syndrome has super skills in technology, but Edna is more of a business woman to superheroes than a hero herself. When it comes to a crisis she's more likely to pep-talk the nearest available hero to save the day while she would find a secured area and maybe bop a henchie on the head or something.

      While Incredibles is my most favourate of Pixar movies, it does have a bit of an unintended message that the genetically superior are socially favoured, feared and respected over those who can work hard and overcome their "common" limits. Buddy didn't become a villain for the sake of being evil, he became a villain because he wanted to be "super". Granted he messed up his chances to be "Incrediboy", but how it ended made him have a sour oppinion on heroes because of Incredibles impatience towards him. Buddy achieved his goal to be better than a "super", with the later intentions to mass produce and sell his technology so that everyone can be artificially super so that everyone can have equality... and he was deemed horrible and destroyed for it.

      All in all, just saying that while the world of The Incredible consist of regular people and super people. it would be nice if there were costumed heroes who under the capes were non-super, regular people who still do just a smuch a ssuperheroes. Perhaps there was no such heroes before the Superheroics and Anti-Super Legislation, but the end of the movie shows promise of the ban being overturned and perhaps a new age of heroes.

      That new age of heroes idea is going to be the story with Violet and Dash learning the ropes of being superheroes (think of Sky High in a way), only with their parents teaching them (while rasing Jack-Jack as a side story), they could even throw in Frozone to help out (would be a good reason to toss in his wife for a few scenes).

      It would be nice to see non-superpowered superheroes to go along the superpowered ones (Tony would make a fine addition as long as he doesn't go the route Xander did in the comics or heck even Kari McKeen), assuming they stick within the timeline of the first film.

      I don't think Violet or Dash will get new supersuits seeing as they are very popular with the ones they have on now, I could see something like a color armband or something to tell each member apart.

      Never really liked Sky High but do prefer the idea of Bob, Helen, Lucius and maybe even the NSA tutoring Violet and Dash. But not in a Young Justice kinda way because "independant team of sidekicks" trope is done to death.

      I don't think the comics or other side media count as "canon". For example if there was an Incredibles TV series then that maybe canon, but if there is a comic or book series that is well known and Disney or Pixar confirm it's part of the movies lore then yeah, thats canon. And quite honestly would not wanna see Tony or Kari become superheroes since they appear more comfortable with their civilian lives. Unless they become heroes via some power-granting macguffin with responsibilities shoved on them, but honestly would rather be introduced to a brand new hero who is a non-super under the mask.

      I'm just saying that for now The Incredibles is a superhero group that consist of the Parr family and of course have matching supersuits as uniforms by Edna. When Violet and Dash grow up, they may decide to be independant heroes or have their own supersuits that distinct their individuality and go out to have their own adventures and legacy.

      Think Dick Grayson and Tim Drake how they were both Robins, but instead of being Batmen decided to become independant heroes as Nightwing and Red Hood.

      The big question is IF they do grow up, then yeah they would need new supersuits, but with the way Disney/Pixar handles their first time sequels to new franchises and as long as the parents are still supering they won't get new suits anytime soon, seeing as we're likely getting a small timeskip (anywhere between the 1 year gap that Dory got or 2 years like Toy Story 2 did).

      Seeing a toddler Jack-Jack learning to walk would fit in well with the story.

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      Mystic Monkey wrote:

      VioletLightning89 wrote:

      Mystic Monkey wrote:

      Royalreceiver wrote:



      Mystic Monkey wrote:
      Incredibles. My most favourate Pixar movie.

      My suggestion would be making Violet, Dash and Jack-Jack older. 14 years is perhaps a bit too much to age. Maybe 2-5 years?

      The story could be set at the dawn of a new age of heroes that began after the first movie. Some of my story ideas are:

      • Bob and Helen are too concerned as parents for the safety of their children as they become more independant heroes. While every parent is always sad and concern to see their children leave the nest, the fact their children are taking on the criminal society of their city as well as new age villains, death threats and personally dealing with terrorism however makes them more terrified. Maybe once Violet and Dash "leave the nest", they have new costumes and super-identidies for themselves.
      • Non-super heroes to be introduced. While Syndrome was a villain, he became a villain because he was not a super, unlike his idol Mr. Incredible. He overcame his human limits with technology just to establish himself as the person he always wanted to be and was destroyed for it. I think it would be a nice message to say that "even if you don't have a birth right or have physical limits, you can still achieve greatness" or something like that. To think Buddy would have never became Syndrome if he was given a new creative outlet to support his heroes than being rebutted.
      • Jack-Jack is considered potentially powerful and unique even by "super" standards and is a target for villains. They want to use him as a battery or raise him as an evil heir or something like that.
      • A "knock-off" Legion of Doom. Maybe lead by Syndrome who could of survived, or maybe a new yet oldschool villain who Mr. Incredible fears or regards as nemesis.
      • Syndromes return, especially using the "If the body isn't found, they're not dead" excuse that is common in superhero comics and shows.
      • A new anti-hero, or side-villain who becomes an anti-hero.
      • More of the oldschool heroes and villains, and perhaps new ones as well. Throughout the movie and even in the DVD, we got to know plenty of superheroes but we never got to see much villains other than Syndrome, Underminer and a few names mentioned in talk.

      Heck a TV series would also just be as cool to see more of the day-to-day lives and great adventures of The Incredibles.

      Good ideas, and I think we've already been introduced to a non-super hero--Edna Mode. Edna's a technological master like Syndrome, her outfit possibly being armor, and she helps the Incredibles restore superheroes and may even have helped defeat Syndrome by giving him a cape. But I do agree with seeing a non-super hero in action, as Edna may have been unable to enter the fray due to her size and circumstances.
      Edna does have super skills in tailouring just as Syndrome has super skills in technology, but Edna is more of a business woman to superheroes than a hero herself. When it comes to a crisis she's more likely to pep-talk the nearest available hero to save the day while she would find a secured area and maybe bop a henchie on the head or something.

      While Incredibles is my most favourate of Pixar movies, it does have a bit of an unintended message that the genetically superior are socially favoured, feared and respected over those who can work hard and overcome their "common" limits. Buddy didn't become a villain for the sake of being evil, he became a villain because he wanted to be "super". Granted he messed up his chances to be "Incrediboy", but how it ended made him have a sour oppinion on heroes because of Incredibles impatience towards him. Buddy achieved his goal to be better than a "super", with the later intentions to mass produce and sell his technology so that everyone can be artificially super so that everyone can have equality... and he was deemed horrible and destroyed for it.

      All in all, just saying that while the world of The Incredible consist of regular people and super people. it would be nice if there were costumed heroes who under the capes were non-super, regular people who still do just a smuch a ssuperheroes. Perhaps there was no such heroes before the Superheroics and Anti-Super Legislation, but the end of the movie shows promise of the ban being overturned and perhaps a new age of heroes.

      That new age of heroes idea is going to be the story with Violet and Dash learning the ropes of being superheroes (think of Sky High in a way), only with their parents teaching them (while rasing Jack-Jack as a side story), they could even throw in Frozone to help out (would be a good reason to toss in his wife for a few scenes).

      It would be nice to see non-superpowered superheroes to go along the superpowered ones (Tony would make a fine addition as long as he doesn't go the route Xander did in the comics or heck even Kari McKeen), assuming they stick within the timeline of the first film.

      I don't think Violet or Dash will get new supersuits seeing as they are very popular with the ones they have on now, I could see something like a color armband or something to tell each member apart.

      Never really liked Sky High but do prefer the idea of Bob, Helen, Lucius and maybe even the NSA tutoring Violet and Dash. But not in a Young Justice kinda way because "independant team of sidekicks" trope is done to death.

      I don't think the comics or other side media count as "canon". For example if there was an Incredibles TV series then that maybe canon, but if there is a comic or book series that is well known and Disney or Pixar confirm it's part of the movies lore then yeah, thats canon. And quite honestly would not wanna see Tony or Kari become superheroes since they appear more comfortable with their civilian lives. Unless they become heroes via some power-granting macguffin with responsibilities shoved on them, but honestly would rather be introduced to a brand new hero who is a non-super under the mask.

      I'm just saying that for now The Incredibles is a superhero group that consist of the Parr family and of course have matching supersuits as uniforms by Edna. When Violet and Dash grow up, they may decide to be independant heroes or have their own supersuits that distinct their individuality and go out to have their own adventures and legacy.

      Think Dick Grayson and Tim Drake how they were both Robins, but instead of being Batmen decided to become independant heroes as Nightwing and Red Hood.

      The big question is IF they do grow up, then yeah they would need new supersuits, but with the way Disney/Pixar handles their first time sequels to new franchises and as long as the parents are still supering they won't get new suits anytime soon, seeing as we're likely getting a small timeskip (anywhere between the 1 year gap that Dory got or 2 years like Toy Story 2 did).

      Seeing a toddler Jack-Jack learning to walk would fit in well with the story.

      I imagine the movie will have growth of our favourate characters one way or another even if not into independance. Chances are the story will revolve around a family matter (such as how Bob has midlife crisis and Helen expected her husband of cheating) and superhero matter (Syndrome's evil scheme and the Parr family becoming the Incredibles.)

      So if I had to choose my prefer two ideas for "family" and "superhero" plot, it be Dash and Violet growing up and a "Legion of Doom" group of old and new villains (An anti-National Supers Agency?). Preferably lead by Mr. Incredibles true nemesis from his old days. The Joker to his Batman, the Luthor to his Superman etc. And instead of heroic bravery against his old foe, would perhaps genuinely fear him if he was a threat to his family.

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    • Mystic Monkey wrote:

      VioletLightning89 wrote:

      Mystic Monkey wrote:

      VioletLightning89 wrote:


      Mystic Monkey wrote:

      Royalreceiver wrote:



      Mystic Monkey wrote:
      Incredibles. My most favourate Pixar movie.

      My suggestion would be making Violet, Dash and Jack-Jack older. 14 years is perhaps a bit too much to age. Maybe 2-5 years?

      The story could be set at the dawn of a new age of heroes that began after the first movie. Some of my story ideas are:

      • Bob and Helen are too concerned as parents for the safety of their children as they become more independant heroes. While every parent is always sad and concern to see their children leave the nest, the fact their children are taking on the criminal society of their city as well as new age villains, death threats and personally dealing with terrorism however makes them more terrified. Maybe once Violet and Dash "leave the nest", they have new costumes and super-identidies for themselves.
      • Non-super heroes to be introduced. While Syndrome was a villain, he became a villain because he was not a super, unlike his idol Mr. Incredible. He overcame his human limits with technology just to establish himself as the person he always wanted to be and was destroyed for it. I think it would be a nice message to say that "even if you don't have a birth right or have physical limits, you can still achieve greatness" or something like that. To think Buddy would have never became Syndrome if he was given a new creative outlet to support his heroes than being rebutted.
      • Jack-Jack is considered potentially powerful and unique even by "super" standards and is a target for villains. They want to use him as a battery or raise him as an evil heir or something like that.
      • A "knock-off" Legion of Doom. Maybe lead by Syndrome who could of survived, or maybe a new yet oldschool villain who Mr. Incredible fears or regards as nemesis.
      • Syndromes return, especially using the "If the body isn't found, they're not dead" excuse that is common in superhero comics and shows.
      • A new anti-hero, or side-villain who becomes an anti-hero.
      • More of the oldschool heroes and villains, and perhaps new ones as well. Throughout the movie and even in the DVD, we got to know plenty of superheroes but we never got to see much villains other than Syndrome, Underminer and a few names mentioned in talk.

      Heck a TV series would also just be as cool to see more of the day-to-day lives and great adventures of The Incredibles.

      Good ideas, and I think we've already been introduced to a non-super hero--Edna Mode. Edna's a technological master like Syndrome, her outfit possibly being armor, and she helps the Incredibles restore superheroes and may even have helped defeat Syndrome by giving him a cape. But I do agree with seeing a non-super hero in action, as Edna may have been unable to enter the fray due to her size and circumstances.
      Edna does have super skills in tailouring just as Syndrome has super skills in technology, but Edna is more of a business woman to superheroes than a hero herself. When it comes to a crisis she's more likely to pep-talk the nearest available hero to save the day while she would find a secured area and maybe bop a henchie on the head or something.

      While Incredibles is my most favourate of Pixar movies, it does have a bit of an unintended message that the genetically superior are socially favoured, feared and respected over those who can work hard and overcome their "common" limits. Buddy didn't become a villain for the sake of being evil, he became a villain because he wanted to be "super". Granted he messed up his chances to be "Incrediboy", but how it ended made him have a sour oppinion on heroes because of Incredibles impatience towards him. Buddy achieved his goal to be better than a "super", with the later intentions to mass produce and sell his technology so that everyone can be artificially super so that everyone can have equality... and he was deemed horrible and destroyed for it.

      All in all, just saying that while the world of The Incredible consist of regular people and super people. it would be nice if there were costumed heroes who under the capes were non-super, regular people who still do just a smuch a ssuperheroes. Perhaps there was no such heroes before the Superheroics and Anti-Super Legislation, but the end of the movie shows promise of the ban being overturned and perhaps a new age of heroes.

      That new age of heroes idea is going to be the story with Violet and Dash learning the ropes of being superheroes (think of Sky High in a way), only with their parents teaching them (while rasing Jack-Jack as a side story), they could even throw in Frozone to help out (would be a good reason to toss in his wife for a few scenes).

      It would be nice to see non-superpowered superheroes to go along the superpowered ones (Tony would make a fine addition as long as he doesn't go the route Xander did in the comics or heck even Kari McKeen), assuming they stick within the timeline of the first film.

      I don't think Violet or Dash will get new supersuits seeing as they are very popular with the ones they have on now, I could see something like a color armband or something to tell each member apart.

      Never really liked Sky High but do prefer the idea of Bob, Helen, Lucius and maybe even the NSA tutoring Violet and Dash. But not in a Young Justice kinda way because "independant team of sidekicks" trope is done to death.

      I don't think the comics or other side media count as "canon". For example if there was an Incredibles TV series then that maybe canon, but if there is a comic or book series that is well known and Disney or Pixar confirm it's part of the movies lore then yeah, thats canon. And quite honestly would not wanna see Tony or Kari become superheroes since they appear more comfortable with their civilian lives. Unless they become heroes via some power-granting macguffin with responsibilities shoved on them, but honestly would rather be introduced to a brand new hero who is a non-super under the mask.

      I'm just saying that for now The Incredibles is a superhero group that consist of the Parr family and of course have matching supersuits as uniforms by Edna. When Violet and Dash grow up, they may decide to be independant heroes or have their own supersuits that distinct their individuality and go out to have their own adventures and legacy.

      Think Dick Grayson and Tim Drake how they were both Robins, but instead of being Batmen decided to become independant heroes as Nightwing and Red Hood.

      The big question is IF they do grow up, then yeah they would need new supersuits, but with the way Disney/Pixar handles their first time sequels to new franchises and as long as the parents are still supering they won't get new suits anytime soon, seeing as we're likely getting a small timeskip (anywhere between the 1 year gap that Dory got or 2 years like Toy Story 2 did).

      Seeing a toddler Jack-Jack learning to walk would fit in well with the story.

      I imagine the movie will have growth of our favourate characters one way or another even if not into independance. Chances are the story will revolve around a family matter (such as how Bob has midlife crisis and Helen expected her husband of cheating) and superhero matter (Syndrome's evil scheme and the Parr family becoming the Incredibles.)

      So if I had to choose my prefer two ideas for "family" and "superhero" plot, it be Dash and Violet growing up and a "Legion of Doom" group of old and new villains (An anti-National Supers Agency?). Preferably lead by Mr. Incredibles true nemesis from his old days. The Joker to his Batman, the Luthor to his Superman etc. And instead of heroic bravery against his old foe, would perhaps genuinely fear him if he was a threat to his family.

      The "Legion of Doom" idea has already been done in the comics (via the Unforigivables) although I can see it happening anyways (a group that is inspired by Syndrome but has actual powers and tech to use instead of full-on tech).

      I can see Violet being more independant in the follow-up (in a 2 year setting) seeing as she's the more mature one out of the 3 kids (especially if she and Tony are an item in the sequel which we know has a decent high chance of being the storyline), but maybe not Dash as that would require his personailty to be "revamped" in some ways to be more teenager-like (although I can see him maturing if Violet gets into a bad spot with her father in regards to her teenage lifestyle (dating Tony and possibly risking her idenity/life while superheroing would make for a good story especially with super-parents).

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    • VioletLightning89 wrote:

      Mystic Monkey wrote:

      VioletLightning89 wrote:

      Mystic Monkey wrote:

      VioletLightning89 wrote:


      Mystic Monkey wrote:

      Royalreceiver wrote:



      Mystic Monkey wrote:
      Incredibles. My most favourate Pixar movie.

      My suggestion would be making Violet, Dash and Jack-Jack older. 14 years is perhaps a bit too much to age. Maybe 2-5 years?

      The story could be set at the dawn of a new age of heroes that began after the first movie. Some of my story ideas are:

      • Bob and Helen are too concerned as parents for the safety of their children as they become more independant heroes. While every parent is always sad and concern to see their children leave the nest, the fact their children are taking on the criminal society of their city as well as new age villains, death threats and personally dealing with terrorism however makes them more terrified. Maybe once Violet and Dash "leave the nest", they have new costumes and super-identidies for themselves.
      • Non-super heroes to be introduced. While Syndrome was a villain, he became a villain because he was not a super, unlike his idol Mr. Incredible. He overcame his human limits with technology just to establish himself as the person he always wanted to be and was destroyed for it. I think it would be a nice message to say that "even if you don't have a birth right or have physical limits, you can still achieve greatness" or something like that. To think Buddy would have never became Syndrome if he was given a new creative outlet to support his heroes than being rebutted.
      • Jack-Jack is considered potentially powerful and unique even by "super" standards and is a target for villains. They want to use him as a battery or raise him as an evil heir or something like that.
      • A "knock-off" Legion of Doom. Maybe lead by Syndrome who could of survived, or maybe a new yet oldschool villain who Mr. Incredible fears or regards as nemesis.
      • Syndromes return, especially using the "If the body isn't found, they're not dead" excuse that is common in superhero comics and shows.
      • A new anti-hero, or side-villain who becomes an anti-hero.
      • More of the oldschool heroes and villains, and perhaps new ones as well. Throughout the movie and even in the DVD, we got to know plenty of superheroes but we never got to see much villains other than Syndrome, Underminer and a few names mentioned in talk.

      Heck a TV series would also just be as cool to see more of the day-to-day lives and great adventures of The Incredibles.

      Good ideas, and I think we've already been introduced to a non-super hero--Edna Mode. Edna's a technological master like Syndrome, her outfit possibly being armor, and she helps the Incredibles restore superheroes and may even have helped defeat Syndrome by giving him a cape. But I do agree with seeing a non-super hero in action, as Edna may have been unable to enter the fray due to her size and circumstances.
      Edna does have super skills in tailouring just as Syndrome has super skills in technology, but Edna is more of a business woman to superheroes than a hero herself. When it comes to a crisis she's more likely to pep-talk the nearest available hero to save the day while she would find a secured area and maybe bop a henchie on the head or something.

      While Incredibles is my most favourate of Pixar movies, it does have a bit of an unintended message that the genetically superior are socially favoured, feared and respected over those who can work hard and overcome their "common" limits. Buddy didn't become a villain for the sake of being evil, he became a villain because he wanted to be "super". Granted he messed up his chances to be "Incrediboy", but how it ended made him have a sour oppinion on heroes because of Incredibles impatience towards him. Buddy achieved his goal to be better than a "super", with the later intentions to mass produce and sell his technology so that everyone can be artificially super so that everyone can have equality... and he was deemed horrible and destroyed for it.

      All in all, just saying that while the world of The Incredible consist of regular people and super people. it would be nice if there were costumed heroes who under the capes were non-super, regular people who still do just a smuch a ssuperheroes. Perhaps there was no such heroes before the Superheroics and Anti-Super Legislation, but the end of the movie shows promise of the ban being overturned and perhaps a new age of heroes.

      That new age of heroes idea is going to be the story with Violet and Dash learning the ropes of being superheroes (think of Sky High in a way), only with their parents teaching them (while rasing Jack-Jack as a side story), they could even throw in Frozone to help out (would be a good reason to toss in his wife for a few scenes).

      It would be nice to see non-superpowered superheroes to go along the superpowered ones (Tony would make a fine addition as long as he doesn't go the route Xander did in the comics or heck even Kari McKeen), assuming they stick within the timeline of the first film.

      I don't think Violet or Dash will get new supersuits seeing as they are very popular with the ones they have on now, I could see something like a color armband or something to tell each member apart.

      Never really liked Sky High but do prefer the idea of Bob, Helen, Lucius and maybe even the NSA tutoring Violet and Dash. But not in a Young Justice kinda way because "independant team of sidekicks" trope is done to death.

      I don't think the comics or other side media count as "canon". For example if there was an Incredibles TV series then that maybe canon, but if there is a comic or book series that is well known and Disney or Pixar confirm it's part of the movies lore then yeah, thats canon. And quite honestly would not wanna see Tony or Kari become superheroes since they appear more comfortable with their civilian lives. Unless they become heroes via some power-granting macguffin with responsibilities shoved on them, but honestly would rather be introduced to a brand new hero who is a non-super under the mask.

      I'm just saying that for now The Incredibles is a superhero group that consist of the Parr family and of course have matching supersuits as uniforms by Edna. When Violet and Dash grow up, they may decide to be independant heroes or have their own supersuits that distinct their individuality and go out to have their own adventures and legacy.

      Think Dick Grayson and Tim Drake how they were both Robins, but instead of being Batmen decided to become independant heroes as Nightwing and Red Hood.

      The big question is IF they do grow up, then yeah they would need new supersuits, but with the way Disney/Pixar handles their first time sequels to new franchises and as long as the parents are still supering they won't get new suits anytime soon, seeing as we're likely getting a small timeskip (anywhere between the 1 year gap that Dory got or 2 years like Toy Story 2 did).

      Seeing a toddler Jack-Jack learning to walk would fit in well with the story.

      I imagine the movie will have growth of our favourate characters one way or another even if not into independance. Chances are the story will revolve around a family matter (such as how Bob has midlife crisis and Helen expected her husband of cheating) and superhero matter (Syndrome's evil scheme and the Parr family becoming the Incredibles.)

      So if I had to choose my prefer two ideas for "family" and "superhero" plot, it be Dash and Violet growing up and a "Legion of Doom" group of old and new villains (An anti-National Supers Agency?). Preferably lead by Mr. Incredibles true nemesis from his old days. The Joker to his Batman, the Luthor to his Superman etc. And instead of heroic bravery against his old foe, would perhaps genuinely fear him if he was a threat to his family.

      The "Legion of Doom" idea has already been done in the comics (via the Unforigivables) although I can see it happening anyways (a group that is inspired by Syndrome but has actual powers and tech to use instead of full-on tech).

      I can see Violet being more independant in the follow-up (in a 2 year setting) seeing as she's the more mature one out of the 3 kids (especially if she and Tony are an item in the sequel which we know has a decent high chance of being the storyline), but maybe not Dash as that would require his personailty to be "revamped" in some ways to be more teenager-like (although I can see him maturing if Violet gets into a bad spot with her father in regards to her teenage lifestyle (dating Tony and possibly risking her idenity/life while superheroing would make for a good story especially with super-parents).

      I haven't read the comics (nor knew of such thing until this thread) but I guess if it's already been done, it's not that much of an original idea on my part then. I just like the idea of us getting to know more Supers.

      I dunno how I'd feel for mixing teen drama with heroic responsibilities. It's been done over on Disney Channels that if it will be done again, rather be done in a way that truely has consequence of actions that "It all works out alright in the end" just because audience goers are here for good feels.

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    • Mystic Monkey wrote:

      VioletLightning89 wrote:

      Mystic Monkey wrote:

      VioletLightning89 wrote:


      Mystic Monkey wrote:

      VioletLightning89 wrote:


      Mystic Monkey wrote:

      Royalreceiver wrote:




      Mystic Monkey wrote:
      Incredibles. My most favourate Pixar movie.

      My suggestion would be making Violet, Dash and Jack-Jack older. 14 years is perhaps a bit too much to age. Maybe 2-5 years?

      The story could be set at the dawn of a new age of heroes that began after the first movie. Some of my story ideas are:

      • Bob and Helen are too concerned as parents for the safety of their children as they become more independant heroes. While every parent is always sad and concern to see their children leave the nest, the fact their children are taking on the criminal society of their city as well as new age villains, death threats and personally dealing with terrorism however makes them more terrified. Maybe once Violet and Dash "leave the nest", they have new costumes and super-identidies for themselves.
      • Non-super heroes to be introduced. While Syndrome was a villain, he became a villain because he was not a super, unlike his idol Mr. Incredible. He overcame his human limits with technology just to establish himself as the person he always wanted to be and was destroyed for it. I think it would be a nice message to say that "even if you don't have a birth right or have physical limits, you can still achieve greatness" or something like that. To think Buddy would have never became Syndrome if he was given a new creative outlet to support his heroes than being rebutted.
      • Jack-Jack is considered potentially powerful and unique even by "super" standards and is a target for villains. They want to use him as a battery or raise him as an evil heir or something like that.
      • A "knock-off" Legion of Doom. Maybe lead by Syndrome who could of survived, or maybe a new yet oldschool villain who Mr. Incredible fears or regards as nemesis.
      • Syndromes return, especially using the "If the body isn't found, they're not dead" excuse that is common in superhero comics and shows.
      • A new anti-hero, or side-villain who becomes an anti-hero.
      • More of the oldschool heroes and villains, and perhaps new ones as well. Throughout the movie and even in the DVD, we got to know plenty of superheroes but we never got to see much villains other than Syndrome, Underminer and a few names mentioned in talk.

      Heck a TV series would also just be as cool to see more of the day-to-day lives and great adventures of The Incredibles.

      Good ideas, and I think we've already been introduced to a non-super hero--Edna Mode. Edna's a technological master like Syndrome, her outfit possibly being armor, and she helps the Incredibles restore superheroes and may even have helped defeat Syndrome by giving him a cape. But I do agree with seeing a non-super hero in action, as Edna may have been unable to enter the fray due to her size and circumstances.
      Edna does have super skills in tailouring just as Syndrome has super skills in technology, but Edna is more of a business woman to superheroes than a hero herself. When it comes to a crisis she's more likely to pep-talk the nearest available hero to save the day while she would find a secured area and maybe bop a henchie on the head or something.

      While Incredibles is my most favourate of Pixar movies, it does have a bit of an unintended message that the genetically superior are socially favoured, feared and respected over those who can work hard and overcome their "common" limits. Buddy didn't become a villain for the sake of being evil, he became a villain because he wanted to be "super". Granted he messed up his chances to be "Incrediboy", but how it ended made him have a sour oppinion on heroes because of Incredibles impatience towards him. Buddy achieved his goal to be better than a "super", with the later intentions to mass produce and sell his technology so that everyone can be artificially super so that everyone can have equality... and he was deemed horrible and destroyed for it.

      All in all, just saying that while the world of The Incredible consist of regular people and super people. it would be nice if there were costumed heroes who under the capes were non-super, regular people who still do just a smuch a ssuperheroes. Perhaps there was no such heroes before the Superheroics and Anti-Super Legislation, but the end of the movie shows promise of the ban being overturned and perhaps a new age of heroes.

      That new age of heroes idea is going to be the story with Violet and Dash learning the ropes of being superheroes (think of Sky High in a way), only with their parents teaching them (while rasing Jack-Jack as a side story), they could even throw in Frozone to help out (would be a good reason to toss in his wife for a few scenes).

      It would be nice to see non-superpowered superheroes to go along the superpowered ones (Tony would make a fine addition as long as he doesn't go the route Xander did in the comics or heck even Kari McKeen), assuming they stick within the timeline of the first film.

      I don't think Violet or Dash will get new supersuits seeing as they are very popular with the ones they have on now, I could see something like a color armband or something to tell each member apart.

      Never really liked Sky High but do prefer the idea of Bob, Helen, Lucius and maybe even the NSA tutoring Violet and Dash. But not in a Young Justice kinda way because "independant team of sidekicks" trope is done to death.

      I don't think the comics or other side media count as "canon". For example if there was an Incredibles TV series then that maybe canon, but if there is a comic or book series that is well known and Disney or Pixar confirm it's part of the movies lore then yeah, thats canon. And quite honestly would not wanna see Tony or Kari become superheroes since they appear more comfortable with their civilian lives. Unless they become heroes via some power-granting macguffin with responsibilities shoved on them, but honestly would rather be introduced to a brand new hero who is a non-super under the mask.

      I'm just saying that for now The Incredibles is a superhero group that consist of the Parr family and of course have matching supersuits as uniforms by Edna. When Violet and Dash grow up, they may decide to be independant heroes or have their own supersuits that distinct their individuality and go out to have their own adventures and legacy.

      Think Dick Grayson and Tim Drake how they were both Robins, but instead of being Batmen decided to become independant heroes as Nightwing and Red Hood.

      The big question is IF they do grow up, then yeah they would need new supersuits, but with the way Disney/Pixar handles their first time sequels to new franchises and as long as the parents are still supering they won't get new suits anytime soon, seeing as we're likely getting a small timeskip (anywhere between the 1 year gap that Dory got or 2 years like Toy Story 2 did).

      Seeing a toddler Jack-Jack learning to walk would fit in well with the story.

      I imagine the movie will have growth of our favourate characters one way or another even if not into independance. Chances are the story will revolve around a family matter (such as how Bob has midlife crisis and Helen expected her husband of cheating) and superhero matter (Syndrome's evil scheme and the Parr family becoming the Incredibles.)

      So if I had to choose my prefer two ideas for "family" and "superhero" plot, it be Dash and Violet growing up and a "Legion of Doom" group of old and new villains (An anti-National Supers Agency?). Preferably lead by Mr. Incredibles true nemesis from his old days. The Joker to his Batman, the Luthor to his Superman etc. And instead of heroic bravery against his old foe, would perhaps genuinely fear him if he was a threat to his family.

      The "Legion of Doom" idea has already been done in the comics (via the Unforigivables) although I can see it happening anyways (a group that is inspired by Syndrome but has actual powers and tech to use instead of full-on tech).

      I can see Violet being more independant in the follow-up (in a 2 year setting) seeing as she's the more mature one out of the 3 kids (especially if she and Tony are an item in the sequel which we know has a decent high chance of being the storyline), but maybe not Dash as that would require his personailty to be "revamped" in some ways to be more teenager-like (although I can see him maturing if Violet gets into a bad spot with her father in regards to her teenage lifestyle (dating Tony and possibly risking her idenity/life while superheroing would make for a good story especially with super-parents).

      I haven't read the comics (nor knew of such thing until this thread) but I guess if it's already been done, it's not that much of an original idea on my part then. I just like the idea of us getting to know more Supers.

      I dunno how I'd feel for mixing teen drama with heroic responsibilities. It's been done over on Disney Channels that if it will be done again, rather be done in a way that truely has consequence of actions that "It all works out alright in the end" just because audience goers are here for good feels.

      The last bit actually sounds like it can be done without it becoming too similar to the Disney Channel stuff, it has been done before, but Pixar usually comes up with neat ideas.

      Getting to know more Supers outside of the Parrs would both put and take pressure off the family (knowing Bob, he would try to get the family out to do Supering stuff more to try and one-up the others, where as Violet and Dash would probably be a bit relaxed by not having to do superhero stuff a lot).

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      Incredibles. My most favourate Pixar movie.

      My suggestion would be making Violet, Dash and Jack-Jack older. 14 years is perhaps a bit too much to age. Maybe 2-5 years?

      The story could be set at the dawn of a new age of heroes that began after the first movie. Some of my story ideas are:

      • Bob and Helen are too concerned as parents for the safety of their children as they become more independant heroes. While every parent is always sad and concern to see their children leave the nest, the fact their children are taking on the criminal society of their city as well as new age villains, death threats and personally dealing with terrorism however makes them more terrified. Maybe once Violet and Dash "leave the nest", they have new costumes and super-identidies for themselves.
      • Non-super heroes to be introduced. While Syndrome was a villain, he became a villain because he was not a super, unlike his idol Mr. Incredible. He overcame his human limits with technology just to establish himself as the person he always wanted to be and was destroyed for it. I think it would be a nice message to say that "even if you don't have a birth right or have physical limits, you can still achieve greatness" or something like that. To think Buddy would have never became Syndrome if he was given a new creative outlet to support his heroes than being rebutted.
      • Jack-Jack is considered potentially powerful and unique even by "super" standards and is a target for villains. They want to use him as a battery or raise him as an evil heir or something like that.
      • A "knock-off" Legion of Doom. Maybe lead by Syndrome who could of survived, or maybe a new yet oldschool villain who Mr. Incredible fears or regards as nemesis.
      • Syndromes return, especially using the "If the body isn't found, they're not dead" excuse that is common in superhero comics and shows.
      • A new anti-hero, or side-villain who becomes an anti-hero.
      • More of the oldschool heroes and villains, and perhaps new ones as well. Throughout the movie and even in the DVD, we got to know plenty of superheroes but we never got to see much villains other than Syndrome, Underminer and a few names mentioned in talk.

      Heck a TV series would also just be as cool to see more of the day-to-day lives and great adventures of The Incredibles.

      Good ideas, and I think we've already been introduced to a non-super hero--Edna Mode. Edna's a technological master like Syndrome, her outfit possibly being armor, and she helps the Incredibles restore superheroes and may even have helped defeat Syndrome by giving him a cape. But I do agree with seeing a non-super hero in action, as Edna may have been unable to enter the fray due to her size and circumstances.
      Edna does have super skills in tailouring just as Syndrome has super skills in technology, but Edna is more of a business woman to superheroes than a hero herself. When it comes to a crisis she's more likely to pep-talk the nearest available hero to save the day while she would find a secured area and maybe bop a henchie on the head or something.

      While Incredibles is my most favourate of Pixar movies, it does have a bit of an unintended message that the genetically superior are socially favoured, feared and respected over those who can work hard and overcome their "common" limits. Buddy didn't become a villain for the sake of being evil, he became a villain because he wanted to be "super". Granted he messed up his chances to be "Incrediboy", but how it ended made him have a sour oppinion on heroes because of Incredibles impatience towards him. Buddy achieved his goal to be better than a "super", with the later intentions to mass produce and sell his technology so that everyone can be artificially super so that everyone can have equality... and he was deemed horrible and destroyed for it.

      All in all, just saying that while the world of The Incredible consist of regular people and super people. it would be nice if there were costumed heroes who under the capes were non-super, regular people who still do just a smuch a ssuperheroes. Perhaps there was no such heroes before the Superheroics and Anti-Super Legislation, but the end of the movie shows promise of the ban being overturned and perhaps a new age of heroes.

      That new age of heroes idea is going to be the story with Violet and Dash learning the ropes of being superheroes (think of Sky High in a way), only with their parents teaching them (while rasing Jack-Jack as a side story), they could even throw in Frozone to help out (would be a good reason to toss in his wife for a few scenes).

      It would be nice to see non-superpowered superheroes to go along the superpowered ones (Tony would make a fine addition as long as he doesn't go the route Xander did in the comics or heck even Kari McKeen), assuming they stick within the timeline of the first film.

      I don't think Violet or Dash will get new supersuits seeing as they are very popular with the ones they have on now, I could see something like a color armband or something to tell each member apart.

      Never really liked Sky High but do prefer the idea of Bob, Helen, Lucius and maybe even the NSA tutoring Violet and Dash. But not in a Young Justice kinda way because "independant team of sidekicks" trope is done to death.

      I don't think the comics or other side media count as "canon". For example if there was an Incredibles TV series then that maybe canon, but if there is a comic or book series that is well known and Disney or Pixar confirm it's part of the movies lore then yeah, thats canon. And quite honestly would not wanna see Tony or Kari become superheroes since they appear more comfortable with their civilian lives. Unless they become heroes via some power-granting macguffin with responsibilities shoved on them, but honestly would rather be introduced to a brand new hero who is a non-super under the mask.

      I'm just saying that for now The Incredibles is a superhero group that consist of the Parr family and of course have matching supersuits as uniforms by Edna. When Violet and Dash grow up, they may decide to be independant heroes or have their own supersuits that distinct their individuality and go out to have their own adventures and legacy.

      Think Dick Grayson and Tim Drake how they were both Robins, but instead of being Batmen decided to become independant heroes as Nightwing and Red Hood.

      The big question is IF they do grow up, then yeah they would need new supersuits, but with the way Disney/Pixar handles their first time sequels to new franchises and as long as the parents are still supering they won't get new suits anytime soon, seeing as we're likely getting a small timeskip (anywhere between the 1 year gap that Dory got or 2 years like Toy Story 2 did).

      Seeing a toddler Jack-Jack learning to walk would fit in well with the story.

      I imagine the movie will have growth of our favourate characters one way or another even if not into independance. Chances are the story will revolve around a family matter (such as how Bob has midlife crisis and Helen expected her husband of cheating) and superhero matter (Syndrome's evil scheme and the Parr family becoming the Incredibles.)

      So if I had to choose my prefer two ideas for "family" and "superhero" plot, it be Dash and Violet growing up and a "Legion of Doom" group of old and new villains (An anti-National Supers Agency?). Preferably lead by Mr. Incredibles true nemesis from his old days. The Joker to his Batman, the Luthor to his Superman etc. And instead of heroic bravery against his old foe, would perhaps genuinely fear him if he was a threat to his family.

      The "Legion of Doom" idea has already been done in the comics (via the Unforigivables) although I can see it happening anyways (a group that is inspired by Syndrome but has actual powers and tech to use instead of full-on tech).

      I can see Violet being more independant in the follow-up (in a 2 year setting) seeing as she's the more mature one out of the 3 kids (especially if she and Tony are an item in the sequel which we know has a decent high chance of being the storyline), but maybe not Dash as that would require his personailty to be "revamped" in some ways to be more teenager-like (although I can see him maturing if Violet gets into a bad spot with her father in regards to her teenage lifestyle (dating Tony and possibly risking her idenity/life while superheroing would make for a good story especially with super-parents).

      I haven't read the comics (nor knew of such thing until this thread) but I guess if it's already been done, it's not that much of an original idea on my part then. I just like the idea of us getting to know more Supers.

      I dunno how I'd feel for mixing teen drama with heroic responsibilities. It's been done over on Disney Channels that if it will be done again, rather be done in a way that truely has consequence of actions that "It all works out alright in the end" just because audience goers are here for good feels.

      The last bit actually sounds like it can be done without it becoming too similar to the Disney Channel stuff, it has been done before, but Pixar usually comes up with neat ideas.

      Getting to know more Supers outside of the Parrs would both put and take pressure off the family (knowing Bob, he would try to get the family out to do Supering stuff more to try and one-up the others, where as Violet and Dash would probably be a bit relaxed by not having to do superhero stuff a lot).

      Finding out about these comics, I've read some of them. The whole Jack-Jack makes henchmen turn super because Helen had an alien virus during her pregnancy story is kinda ridiculous if you ask me and really hope the comic is regarded non-canon. And Bob not realising it was his daughter stealing from that scientist he employed her to in the first place and how he over-reacts to it all is silly. (And for some reason Bobs hands were tiny in some of the scenes)

      But do like the concept of the Unforgivables.

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      Incredibles. My most favourate Pixar movie.

      My suggestion would be making Violet, Dash and Jack-Jack older. 14 years is perhaps a bit too much to age. Maybe 2-5 years?

      The story could be set at the dawn of a new age of heroes that began after the first movie. Some of my story ideas are:

      • Bob and Helen are too concerned as parents for the safety of their children as they become more independant heroes. While every parent is always sad and concern to see their children leave the nest, the fact their children are taking on the criminal society of their city as well as new age villains, death threats and personally dealing with terrorism however makes them more terrified. Maybe once Violet and Dash "leave the nest", they have new costumes and super-identidies for themselves.
      • Non-super heroes to be introduced. While Syndrome was a villain, he became a villain because he was not a super, unlike his idol Mr. Incredible. He overcame his human limits with technology just to establish himself as the person he always wanted to be and was destroyed for it. I think it would be a nice message to say that "even if you don't have a birth right or have physical limits, you can still achieve greatness" or something like that. To think Buddy would have never became Syndrome if he was given a new creative outlet to support his heroes than being rebutted.
      • Jack-Jack is considered potentially powerful and unique even by "super" standards and is a target for villains. They want to use him as a battery or raise him as an evil heir or something like that.
      • A "knock-off" Legion of Doom. Maybe lead by Syndrome who could of survived, or maybe a new yet oldschool villain who Mr. Incredible fears or regards as nemesis.
      • Syndromes return, especially using the "If the body isn't found, they're not dead" excuse that is common in superhero comics and shows.
      • A new anti-hero, or side-villain who becomes an anti-hero.
      • More of the oldschool heroes and villains, and perhaps new ones as well. Throughout the movie and even in the DVD, we got to know plenty of superheroes but we never got to see much villains other than Syndrome, Underminer and a few names mentioned in talk.

      Heck a TV series would also just be as cool to see more of the day-to-day lives and great adventures of The Incredibles.

      Good ideas, and I think we've already been introduced to a non-super hero--Edna Mode. Edna's a technological master like Syndrome, her outfit possibly being armor, and she helps the Incredibles restore superheroes and may even have helped defeat Syndrome by giving him a cape. But I do agree with seeing a non-super hero in action, as Edna may have been unable to enter the fray due to her size and circumstances.
      Edna does have super skills in tailouring just as Syndrome has super skills in technology, but Edna is more of a business woman to superheroes than a hero herself. When it comes to a crisis she's more likely to pep-talk the nearest available hero to save the day while she would find a secured area and maybe bop a henchie on the head or something.

      While Incredibles is my most favourate of Pixar movies, it does have a bit of an unintended message that the genetically superior are socially favoured, feared and respected over those who can work hard and overcome their "common" limits. Buddy didn't become a villain for the sake of being evil, he became a villain because he wanted to be "super". Granted he messed up his chances to be "Incrediboy", but how it ended made him have a sour oppinion on heroes because of Incredibles impatience towards him. Buddy achieved his goal to be better than a "super", with the later intentions to mass produce and sell his technology so that everyone can be artificially super so that everyone can have equality... and he was deemed horrible and destroyed for it.

      All in all, just saying that while the world of The Incredible consist of regular people and super people. it would be nice if there were costumed heroes who under the capes were non-super, regular people who still do just a smuch a ssuperheroes. Perhaps there was no such heroes before the Superheroics and Anti-Super Legislation, but the end of the movie shows promise of the ban being overturned and perhaps a new age of heroes.

      That new age of heroes idea is going to be the story with Violet and Dash learning the ropes of being superheroes (think of Sky High in a way), only with their parents teaching them (while rasing Jack-Jack as a side story), they could even throw in Frozone to help out (would be a good reason to toss in his wife for a few scenes).

      It would be nice to see non-superpowered superheroes to go along the superpowered ones (Tony would make a fine addition as long as he doesn't go the route Xander did in the comics or heck even Kari McKeen), assuming they stick within the timeline of the first film.

      I don't think Violet or Dash will get new supersuits seeing as they are very popular with the ones they have on now, I could see something like a color armband or something to tell each member apart.

      Never really liked Sky High but do prefer the idea of Bob, Helen, Lucius and maybe even the NSA tutoring Violet and Dash. But not in a Young Justice kinda way because "independant team of sidekicks" trope is done to death.

      I don't think the comics or other side media count as "canon". For example if there was an Incredibles TV series then that maybe canon, but if there is a comic or book series that is well known and Disney or Pixar confirm it's part of the movies lore then yeah, thats canon. And quite honestly would not wanna see Tony or Kari become superheroes since they appear more comfortable with their civilian lives. Unless they become heroes via some power-granting macguffin with responsibilities shoved on them, but honestly would rather be introduced to a brand new hero who is a non-super under the mask.

      I'm just saying that for now The Incredibles is a superhero group that consist of the Parr family and of course have matching supersuits as uniforms by Edna. When Violet and Dash grow up, they may decide to be independant heroes or have their own supersuits that distinct their individuality and go out to have their own adventures and legacy.

      Think Dick Grayson and Tim Drake how they were both Robins, but instead of being Batmen decided to become independant heroes as Nightwing and Red Hood.

      The big question is IF they do grow up, then yeah they would need new supersuits, but with the way Disney/Pixar handles their first time sequels to new franchises and as long as the parents are still supering they won't get new suits anytime soon, seeing as we're likely getting a small timeskip (anywhere between the 1 year gap that Dory got or 2 years like Toy Story 2 did).

      Seeing a toddler Jack-Jack learning to walk would fit in well with the story.

      I imagine the movie will have growth of our favourate characters one way or another even if not into independance. Chances are the story will revolve around a family matter (such as how Bob has midlife crisis and Helen expected her husband of cheating) and superhero matter (Syndrome's evil scheme and the Parr family becoming the Incredibles.)

      So if I had to choose my prefer two ideas for "family" and "superhero" plot, it be Dash and Violet growing up and a "Legion of Doom" group of old and new villains (An anti-National Supers Agency?). Preferably lead by Mr. Incredibles true nemesis from his old days. The Joker to his Batman, the Luthor to his Superman etc. And instead of heroic bravery against his old foe, would perhaps genuinely fear him if he was a threat to his family.

      The "Legion of Doom" idea has already been done in the comics (via the Unforigivables) although I can see it happening anyways (a group that is inspired by Syndrome but has actual powers and tech to use instead of full-on tech).

      I can see Violet being more independant in the follow-up (in a 2 year setting) seeing as she's the more mature one out of the 3 kids (especially if she and Tony are an item in the sequel which we know has a decent high chance of being the storyline), but maybe not Dash as that would require his personailty to be "revamped" in some ways to be more teenager-like (although I can see him maturing if Violet gets into a bad spot with her father in regards to her teenage lifestyle (dating Tony and possibly risking her idenity/life while superheroing would make for a good story especially with super-parents).

      I haven't read the comics (nor knew of such thing until this thread) but I guess if it's already been done, it's not that much of an original idea on my part then. I just like the idea of us getting to know more Supers.

      I dunno how I'd feel for mixing teen drama with heroic responsibilities. It's been done over on Disney Channels that if it will be done again, rather be done in a way that truely has consequence of actions that "It all works out alright in the end" just because audience goers are here for good feels.

      The last bit actually sounds like it can be done without it becoming too similar to the Disney Channel stuff, it has been done before, but Pixar usually comes up with neat ideas.

      Getting to know more Supers outside of the Parrs would both put and take pressure off the family (knowing Bob, he would try to get the family out to do Supering stuff more to try and one-up the others, where as Violet and Dash would probably be a bit relaxed by not having to do superhero stuff a lot).

      Finding out about these comics, I've read some of them. The whole Jack-Jack makes henchmen turn super because Helen had an alien virus during her pregnancy story is kinda ridiculous if you ask me and really hope the comic is regarded non-canon. And Bob not realising it was his daughter stealing from that scientist he employed her to in the first place and how he over-reacts to it all is silly. (And for some reason Bobs hands were tiny in some of the scenes)

      But do like the concept of the Unforgivables.

      Sadly should the Unfofgivables appear, they'll need a villain that's similar to Xerek and a bit of retconning to be far different from their comic counterparts without being direct rip-offs (they can still use the name Xerek as a super-villain name, but they cannot use the design of the character himself, I think Bob's old boss from Insuricare from the first film would fit the mold quite well assuming Wallance Shawn is high profile enough to play a villain and is the same size as Xerek (could he be the leftover material from the first film?) especially since his business is likely in ruins after Syndrome's attack on the city and the Incredibles likely putting his business on thin ice (Frozone pun), the same would go for Mezmerella (who could be retconned to be Syndrome's sister (they do look alike after all) out for revenge which can fill in the void left by Syndrome's death (Sandra Bullock would be perfect for her) and Rollergrrl (who could be retconned to be around Violet's age (a year older) just starting out as a villain) and tries to get Violet to turn against her own family by befrending her due to the fact both are starting out in their careers (not sure which actress would fit the character the best), if that doesn't work then writing out both females and replace them with original ideas in their place.

      Granted this means the Underminer and Bomb-Voyage would need to be brought in to round-out the group as they are the only two villains whom actually originated in the first film and would need to be retconned slightly to fit with the story arc (have Underminer's battle revamped to have the family take him out swiftly (instead of just Bob and Frozone as seen in the video game adaption) and have a slight change of scenery like having them in Paris for a good 5 minutes (where they catch Bomb Voyage).

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      Incredibles. My most favourate Pixar movie.

      My suggestion would be making Violet, Dash and Jack-Jack older. 14 years is perhaps a bit too much to age. Maybe 2-5 years?

      The story could be set at the dawn of a new age of heroes that began after the first movie. Some of my story ideas are:

      • Bob and Helen are too concerned as parents for the safety of their children as they become more independant heroes. While every parent is always sad and concern to see their children leave the nest, the fact their children are taking on the criminal society of their city as well as new age villains, death threats and personally dealing with terrorism however makes them more terrified. Maybe once Violet and Dash "leave the nest", they have new costumes and super-identidies for themselves.
      • Non-super heroes to be introduced. While Syndrome was a villain, he became a villain because he was not a super, unlike his idol Mr. Incredible. He overcame his human limits with technology just to establish himself as the person he always wanted to be and was destroyed for it. I think it would be a nice message to say that "even if you don't have a birth right or have physical limits, you can still achieve greatness" or something like that. To think Buddy would have never became Syndrome if he was given a new creative outlet to support his heroes than being rebutted.
      • Jack-Jack is considered potentially powerful and unique even by "super" standards and is a target for villains. They want to use him as a battery or raise him as an evil heir or something like that.
      • A "knock-off" Legion of Doom. Maybe lead by Syndrome who could of survived, or maybe a new yet oldschool villain who Mr. Incredible fears or regards as nemesis.
      • Syndromes return, especially using the "If the body isn't found, they're not dead" excuse that is common in superhero comics and shows.
      • A new anti-hero, or side-villain who becomes an anti-hero.
      • More of the oldschool heroes and villains, and perhaps new ones as well. Throughout the movie and even in the DVD, we got to know plenty of superheroes but we never got to see much villains other than Syndrome, Underminer and a few names mentioned in talk.

      Heck a TV series would also just be as cool to see more of the day-to-day lives and great adventures of The Incredibles.

      Good ideas, and I think we've already been introduced to a non-super hero--Edna Mode. Edna's a technological master like Syndrome, her outfit possibly being armor, and she helps the Incredibles restore superheroes and may even have helped defeat Syndrome by giving him a cape. But I do agree with seeing a non-super hero in action, as Edna may have been unable to enter the fray due to her size and circumstances.
      Edna does have super skills in tailouring just as Syndrome has super skills in technology, but Edna is more of a business woman to superheroes than a hero herself. When it comes to a crisis she's more likely to pep-talk the nearest available hero to save the day while she would find a secured area and maybe bop a henchie on the head or something.

      While Incredibles is my most favourate of Pixar movies, it does have a bit of an unintended message that the genetically superior are socially favoured, feared and respected over those who can work hard and overcome their "common" limits. Buddy didn't become a villain for the sake of being evil, he became a villain because he wanted to be "super". Granted he messed up his chances to be "Incrediboy", but how it ended made him have a sour oppinion on heroes because of Incredibles impatience towards him. Buddy achieved his goal to be better than a "super", with the later intentions to mass produce and sell his technology so that everyone can be artificially super so that everyone can have equality... and he was deemed horrible and destroyed for it.

      All in all, just saying that while the world of The Incredible consist of regular people and super people. it would be nice if there were costumed heroes who under the capes were non-super, regular people who still do just a smuch a ssuperheroes. Perhaps there was no such heroes before the Superheroics and Anti-Super Legislation, but the end of the movie shows promise of the ban being overturned and perhaps a new age of heroes.

      That new age of heroes idea is going to be the story with Violet and Dash learning the ropes of being superheroes (think of Sky High in a way), only with their parents teaching them (while rasing Jack-Jack as a side story), they could even throw in Frozone to help out (would be a good reason to toss in his wife for a few scenes).

      It would be nice to see non-superpowered superheroes to go along the superpowered ones (Tony would make a fine addition as long as he doesn't go the route Xander did in the comics or heck even Kari McKeen), assuming they stick within the timeline of the first film.

      I don't think Violet or Dash will get new supersuits seeing as they are very popular with the ones they have on now, I could see something like a color armband or something to tell each member apart.

      Never really liked Sky High but do prefer the idea of Bob, Helen, Lucius and maybe even the NSA tutoring Violet and Dash. But not in a Young Justice kinda way because "independant team of sidekicks" trope is done to death.

      I don't think the comics or other side media count as "canon". For example if there was an Incredibles TV series then that maybe canon, but if there is a comic or book series that is well known and Disney or Pixar confirm it's part of the movies lore then yeah, thats canon. And quite honestly would not wanna see Tony or Kari become superheroes since they appear more comfortable with their civilian lives. Unless they become heroes via some power-granting macguffin with responsibilities shoved on them, but honestly would rather be introduced to a brand new hero who is a non-super under the mask.

      I'm just saying that for now The Incredibles is a superhero group that consist of the Parr family and of course have matching supersuits as uniforms by Edna. When Violet and Dash grow up, they may decide to be independant heroes or have their own supersuits that distinct their individuality and go out to have their own adventures and legacy.

      Think Dick Grayson and Tim Drake how they were both Robins, but instead of being Batmen decided to become independant heroes as Nightwing and Red Hood.

      The big question is IF they do grow up, then yeah they would need new supersuits, but with the way Disney/Pixar handles their first time sequels to new franchises and as long as the parents are still supering they won't get new suits anytime soon, seeing as we're likely getting a small timeskip (anywhere between the 1 year gap that Dory got or 2 years like Toy Story 2 did).

      Seeing a toddler Jack-Jack learning to walk would fit in well with the story.

      I imagine the movie will have growth of our favourate characters one way or another even if not into independance. Chances are the story will revolve around a family matter (such as how Bob has midlife crisis and Helen expected her husband of cheating) and superhero matter (Syndrome's evil scheme and the Parr family becoming the Incredibles.)

      So if I had to choose my prefer two ideas for "family" and "superhero" plot, it be Dash and Violet growing up and a "Legion of Doom" group of old and new villains (An anti-National Supers Agency?). Preferably lead by Mr. Incredibles true nemesis from his old days. The Joker to his Batman, the Luthor to his Superman etc. And instead of heroic bravery against his old foe, would perhaps genuinely fear him if he was a threat to his family.

      The "Legion of Doom" idea has already been done in the comics (via the Unforigivables) although I can see it happening anyways (a group that is inspired by Syndrome but has actual powers and tech to use instead of full-on tech).

      I can see Violet being more independant in the follow-up (in a 2 year setting) seeing as she's the more mature one out of the 3 kids (especially if she and Tony are an item in the sequel which we know has a decent high chance of being the storyline), but maybe not Dash as that would require his personailty to be "revamped" in some ways to be more teenager-like (although I can see him maturing if Violet gets into a bad spot with her father in regards to her teenage lifestyle (dating Tony and possibly risking her idenity/life while superheroing would make for a good story especially with super-parents).

      I haven't read the comics (nor knew of such thing until this thread) but I guess if it's already been done, it's not that much of an original idea on my part then. I just like the idea of us getting to know more Supers.

      I dunno how I'd feel for mixing teen drama with heroic responsibilities. It's been done over on Disney Channels that if it will be done again, rather be done in a way that truely has consequence of actions that "It all works out alright in the end" just because audience goers are here for good feels.

      The last bit actually sounds like it can be done without it becoming too similar to the Disney Channel stuff, it has been done before, but Pixar usually comes up with neat ideas.

      Getting to know more Supers outside of the Parrs would both put and take pressure off the family (knowing Bob, he would try to get the family out to do Supering stuff more to try and one-up the others, where as Violet and Dash would probably be a bit relaxed by not having to do superhero stuff a lot).

      Finding out about these comics, I've read some of them. The whole Jack-Jack makes henchmen turn super because Helen had an alien virus during her pregnancy story is kinda ridiculous if you ask me and really hope the comic is regarded non-canon. And Bob not realising it was his daughter stealing from that scientist he employed her to in the first place and how he over-reacts to it all is silly. (And for some reason Bobs hands were tiny in some of the scenes)

      But do like the concept of the Unforgivables.

      Sadly should the Unfofgivables appear, they'll need a villain that's similar to Xerek and a bit of retconning to be far different from their comic counterparts without being direct rip-offs (they can still use the name Xerek as a super-villain name, but they cannot use the design of the character himself, I think Bob's old boss from Insuricare from the first film would fit the mold quite well assuming Wallance Shawn is high profile enough to play a villain and is the same size as Xerek (could he be the leftover material from the first film?) especially since his business is likely in ruins after Syndrome's attack on the city and the Incredibles likely putting his business on thin ice (Frozone pun), the same would go for Mezmerella (who could be retconned to be Syndrome's sister (they do look alike after all) out for revenge which can fill in the void left by Syndrome's death (Sandra Bullock would be perfect for her) and Rollergrrl (who could be retconned to be around Violet's age (a year older) just starting out as a villain) and tries to get Violet to turn against her own family by befrending her due to the fact both are starting out in their careers (not sure which actress would fit the character the best), if that doesn't work then writing out both females and replace them with original ideas in their place.

      Granted this means the Underminer and Bomb-Voyage would need to be brought in to round-out the group as they are the only two villains whom actually originated in the first film and would need to be retconned slightly to fit with the story arc (have Underminer's battle revamped to have the family take him out swiftly (instead of just Bob and Frozone as seen in the video game adaption) and have a slight change of scenery like having them in Paris for a good 5 minutes (where they catch Bomb Voyage).

      I like the idea of a soft knock-off of the Legion of Doom. Either lead by Syndrome or Mr. Incredibles arch-nemesis. I can imagine a council table in some secret headquarters somewhere where they can discuss evil villainy and such, like who'll have what country after taking over the world or something.

      Some of the comic villains I like such as Xerek, Mezmerella and Tronasaurus (who should be voiced by Wallace Shawn if he makes it in the movie) but feel rather "meh" about the other characters.

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      Incredibles. My most favourate Pixar movie.

      My suggestion would be making Violet, Dash and Jack-Jack older. 14 years is perhaps a bit too much to age. Maybe 2-5 years?

      The story could be set at the dawn of a new age of heroes that began after the first movie. Some of my story ideas are:

      • Bob and Helen are too concerned as parents for the safety of their children as they become more independant heroes. While every parent is always sad and concern to see their children leave the nest, the fact their children are taking on the criminal society of their city as well as new age villains, death threats and personally dealing with terrorism however makes them more terrified. Maybe once Violet and Dash "leave the nest", they have new costumes and super-identidies for themselves.
      • Non-super heroes to be introduced. While Syndrome was a villain, he became a villain because he was not a super, unlike his idol Mr. Incredible. He overcame his human limits with technology just to establish himself as the person he always wanted to be and was destroyed for it. I think it would be a nice message to say that "even if you don't have a birth right or have physical limits, you can still achieve greatness" or something like that. To think Buddy would have never became Syndrome if he was given a new creative outlet to support his heroes than being rebutted.
      • Jack-Jack is considered potentially powerful and unique even by "super" standards and is a target for villains. They want to use him as a battery or raise him as an evil heir or something like that.
      • A "knock-off" Legion of Doom. Maybe lead by Syndrome who could of survived, or maybe a new yet oldschool villain who Mr. Incredible fears or regards as nemesis.
      • Syndromes return, especially using the "If the body isn't found, they're not dead" excuse that is common in superhero comics and shows.
      • A new anti-hero, or side-villain who becomes an anti-hero.
      • More of the oldschool heroes and villains, and perhaps new ones as well. Throughout the movie and even in the DVD, we got to know plenty of superheroes but we never got to see much villains other than Syndrome, Underminer and a few names mentioned in talk.

      Heck a TV series would also just be as cool to see more of the day-to-day lives and great adventures of The Incredibles.

      Good ideas, and I think we've already been introduced to a non-super hero--Edna Mode. Edna's a technological master like Syndrome, her outfit possibly being armor, and she helps the Incredibles restore superheroes and may even have helped defeat Syndrome by giving him a cape. But I do agree with seeing a non-super hero in action, as Edna may have been unable to enter the fray due to her size and circumstances.
      Edna does have super skills in tailouring just as Syndrome has super skills in technology, but Edna is more of a business woman to superheroes than a hero herself. When it comes to a crisis she's more likely to pep-talk the nearest available hero to save the day while she would find a secured area and maybe bop a henchie on the head or something.

      While Incredibles is my most favourate of Pixar movies, it does have a bit of an unintended message that the genetically superior are socially favoured, feared and respected over those who can work hard and overcome their "common" limits. Buddy didn't become a villain for the sake of being evil, he became a villain because he wanted to be "super". Granted he messed up his chances to be "Incrediboy", but how it ended made him have a sour oppinion on heroes because of Incredibles impatience towards him. Buddy achieved his goal to be better than a "super", with the later intentions to mass produce and sell his technology so that everyone can be artificially super so that everyone can have equality... and he was deemed horrible and destroyed for it.

      All in all, just saying that while the world of The Incredible consist of regular people and super people. it would be nice if there were costumed heroes who under the capes were non-super, regular people who still do just a smuch a ssuperheroes. Perhaps there was no such heroes before the Superheroics and Anti-Super Legislation, but the end of the movie shows promise of the ban being overturned and perhaps a new age of heroes.

      That new age of heroes idea is going to be the story with Violet and Dash learning the ropes of being superheroes (think of Sky High in a way), only with their parents teaching them (while rasing Jack-Jack as a side story), they could even throw in Frozone to help out (would be a good reason to toss in his wife for a few scenes).

      It would be nice to see non-superpowered superheroes to go along the superpowered ones (Tony would make a fine addition as long as he doesn't go the route Xander did in the comics or heck even Kari McKeen), assuming they stick within the timeline of the first film.

      I don't think Violet or Dash will get new supersuits seeing as they are very popular with the ones they have on now, I could see something like a color armband or something to tell each member apart.

      Never really liked Sky High but do prefer the idea of Bob, Helen, Lucius and maybe even the NSA tutoring Violet and Dash. But not in a Young Justice kinda way because "independant team of sidekicks" trope is done to death.

      I don't think the comics or other side media count as "canon". For example if there was an Incredibles TV series then that maybe canon, but if there is a comic or book series that is well known and Disney or Pixar confirm it's part of the movies lore then yeah, thats canon. And quite honestly would not wanna see Tony or Kari become superheroes since they appear more comfortable with their civilian lives. Unless they become heroes via some power-granting macguffin with responsibilities shoved on them, but honestly would rather be introduced to a brand new hero who is a non-super under the mask.

      I'm just saying that for now The Incredibles is a superhero group that consist of the Parr family and of course have matching supersuits as uniforms by Edna. When Violet and Dash grow up, they may decide to be independant heroes or have their own supersuits that distinct their individuality and go out to have their own adventures and legacy.

      Think Dick Grayson and Tim Drake how they were both Robins, but instead of being Batmen decided to become independant heroes as Nightwing and Red Hood.

      The big question is IF they do grow up, then yeah they would need new supersuits, but with the way Disney/Pixar handles their first time sequels to new franchises and as long as the parents are still supering they won't get new suits anytime soon, seeing as we're likely getting a small timeskip (anywhere between the 1 year gap that Dory got or 2 years like Toy Story 2 did).

      Seeing a toddler Jack-Jack learning to walk would fit in well with the story.

      I imagine the movie will have growth of our favourate characters one way or another even if not into independance. Chances are the story will revolve around a family matter (such as how Bob has midlife crisis and Helen expected her husband of cheating) and superhero matter (Syndrome's evil scheme and the Parr family becoming the Incredibles.)

      So if I had to choose my prefer two ideas for "family" and "superhero" plot, it be Dash and Violet growing up and a "Legion of Doom" group of old and new villains (An anti-National Supers Agency?). Preferably lead by Mr. Incredibles true nemesis from his old days. The Joker to his Batman, the Luthor to his Superman etc. And instead of heroic bravery against his old foe, would perhaps genuinely fear him if he was a threat to his family.

      The "Legion of Doom" idea has already been done in the comics (via the Unforigivables) although I can see it happening anyways (a group that is inspired by Syndrome but has actual powers and tech to use instead of full-on tech).

      I can see Violet being more independant in the follow-up (in a 2 year setting) seeing as she's the more mature one out of the 3 kids (especially if she and Tony are an item in the sequel which we know has a decent high chance of being the storyline), but maybe not Dash as that would require his personailty to be "revamped" in some ways to be more teenager-like (although I can see him maturing if Violet gets into a bad spot with her father in regards to her teenage lifestyle (dating Tony and possibly risking her idenity/life while superheroing would make for a good story especially with super-parents).

      I haven't read the comics (nor knew of such thing until this thread) but I guess if it's already been done, it's not that much of an original idea on my part then. I just like the idea of us getting to know more Supers.

      I dunno how I'd feel for mixing teen drama with heroic responsibilities. It's been done over on Disney Channels that if it will be done again, rather be done in a way that truely has consequence of actions that "It all works out alright in the end" just because audience goers are here for good feels.

      The last bit actually sounds like it can be done without it becoming too similar to the Disney Channel stuff, it has been done before, but Pixar usually comes up with neat ideas.

      Getting to know more Supers outside of the Parrs would both put and take pressure off the family (knowing Bob, he would try to get the family out to do Supering stuff more to try and one-up the others, where as Violet and Dash would probably be a bit relaxed by not having to do superhero stuff a lot).

      Finding out about these comics, I've read some of them. The whole Jack-Jack makes henchmen turn super because Helen had an alien virus during her pregnancy story is kinda ridiculous if you ask me and really hope the comic is regarded non-canon. And Bob not realising it was his daughter stealing from that scientist he employed her to in the first place and how he over-reacts to it all is silly. (And for some reason Bobs hands were tiny in some of the scenes)

      But do like the concept of the Unforgivables.

      Sadly should the Unfofgivables appear, they'll need a villain that's similar to Xerek and a bit of retconning to be far different from their comic counterparts without being direct rip-offs (they can still use the name Xerek as a super-villain name, but they cannot use the design of the character himself, I think Bob's old boss from Insuricare from the first film would fit the mold quite well assuming Wallance Shawn is high profile enough to play a villain and is the same size as Xerek (could he be the leftover material from the first film?) especially since his business is likely in ruins after Syndrome's attack on the city and the Incredibles likely putting his business on thin ice (Frozone pun), the same would go for Mezmerella (who could be retconned to be Syndrome's sister (they do look alike after all) out for revenge which can fill in the void left by Syndrome's death (Sandra Bullock would be perfect for her) and Rollergrrl (who could be retconned to be around Violet's age (a year older) just starting out as a villain) and tries to get Violet to turn against her own family by befrending her due to the fact both are starting out in their careers (not sure which actress would fit the character the best), if that doesn't work then writing out both females and replace them with original ideas in their place.

      Granted this means the Underminer and Bomb-Voyage would need to be brought in to round-out the group as they are the only two villains whom actually originated in the first film and would need to be retconned slightly to fit with the story arc (have Underminer's battle revamped to have the family take him out swiftly (instead of just Bob and Frozone as seen in the video game adaption) and have a slight change of scenery like having them in Paris for a good 5 minutes (where they catch Bomb Voyage).

      I like the idea of a soft knock-off of the Legion of Doom. Either lead by Syndrome or Mr. Incredibles arch-nemesis. I can imagine a council table in some secret headquarters somewhere where they can discuss evil villainy and such, like who'll have what country after taking over the world or something.

      Some of the comic villains I like such as Xerek, Mezmerella and Tronasaurus (who should be voiced by Wallace Shawn if he makes it in the movie) but feel rather "meh" about the other characters.

      Sadly, Syndrome's not going to be in this movie due to his "death" at the hands of Mr. Incredible, it would be very silly of Disney/Pixar to bring him back (unless as a flashback cameo to show off his true master that was pulling the strings), hence why I think whoever the new main villain will be, is the one who caused the entire events in the first film to unfold in the first place.

      Wait the comics had a supervillain named Tronasaurus?? I am reading this right? (he seems like a guy that stepped out of the Tron universe and brought an army of dinosaurs with him), let's throw him in as the main villain (seeing as a Jurassic World 2 is coming the same year as The Incredibles II is, I would love a homage to Jurassic Park involving Violet and Dash hiding from dinos).

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      Incredibles. My most favourate Pixar movie.

      My suggestion would be making Violet, Dash and Jack-Jack older. 14 years is perhaps a bit too much to age. Maybe 2-5 years?

      The story could be set at the dawn of a new age of heroes that began after the first movie. Some of my story ideas are:

      • Bob and Helen are too concerned as parents for the safety of their children as they become more independant heroes. While every parent is always sad and concern to see their children leave the nest, the fact their children are taking on the criminal society of their city as well as new age villains, death threats and personally dealing with terrorism however makes them more terrified. Maybe once Violet and Dash "leave the nest", they have new costumes and super-identidies for themselves.
      • Non-super heroes to be introduced. While Syndrome was a villain, he became a villain because he was not a super, unlike his idol Mr. Incredible. He overcame his human limits with technology just to establish himself as the person he always wanted to be and was destroyed for it. I think it would be a nice message to say that "even if you don't have a birth right or have physical limits, you can still achieve greatness" or something like that. To think Buddy would have never became Syndrome if he was given a new creative outlet to support his heroes than being rebutted.
      • Jack-Jack is considered potentially powerful and unique even by "super" standards and is a target for villains. They want to use him as a battery or raise him as an evil heir or something like that.
      • A "knock-off" Legion of Doom. Maybe lead by Syndrome who could of survived, or maybe a new yet oldschool villain who Mr. Incredible fears or regards as nemesis.
      • Syndromes return, especially using the "If the body isn't found, they're not dead" excuse that is common in superhero comics and shows.
      • A new anti-hero, or side-villain who becomes an anti-hero.
      • More of the oldschool heroes and villains, and perhaps new ones as well. Throughout the movie and even in the DVD, we got to know plenty of superheroes but we never got to see much villains other than Syndrome, Underminer and a few names mentioned in talk.

      Heck a TV series would also just be as cool to see more of the day-to-day lives and great adventures of The Incredibles.

      Good ideas, and I think we've already been introduced to a non-super hero--Edna Mode. Edna's a technological master like Syndrome, her outfit possibly being armor, and she helps the Incredibles restore superheroes and may even have helped defeat Syndrome by giving him a cape. But I do agree with seeing a non-super hero in action, as Edna may have been unable to enter the fray due to her size and circumstances.
      Edna does have super skills in tailouring just as Syndrome has super skills in technology, but Edna is more of a business woman to superheroes than a hero herself. When it comes to a crisis she's more likely to pep-talk the nearest available hero to save the day while she would find a secured area and maybe bop a henchie on the head or something.

      While Incredibles is my most favourate of Pixar movies, it does have a bit of an unintended message that the genetically superior are socially favoured, feared and respected over those who can work hard and overcome their "common" limits. Buddy didn't become a villain for the sake of being evil, he became a villain because he wanted to be "super". Granted he messed up his chances to be "Incrediboy", but how it ended made him have a sour oppinion on heroes because of Incredibles impatience towards him. Buddy achieved his goal to be better than a "super", with the later intentions to mass produce and sell his technology so that everyone can be artificially super so that everyone can have equality... and he was deemed horrible and destroyed for it.

      All in all, just saying that while the world of The Incredible consist of regular people and super people. it would be nice if there were costumed heroes who under the capes were non-super, regular people who still do just a smuch a ssuperheroes. Perhaps there was no such heroes before the Superheroics and Anti-Super Legislation, but the end of the movie shows promise of the ban being overturned and perhaps a new age of heroes.

      That new age of heroes idea is going to be the story with Violet and Dash learning the ropes of being superheroes (think of Sky High in a way), only with their parents teaching them (while rasing Jack-Jack as a side story), they could even throw in Frozone to help out (would be a good reason to toss in his wife for a few scenes).

      It would be nice to see non-superpowered superheroes to go along the superpowered ones (Tony would make a fine addition as long as he doesn't go the route Xander did in the comics or heck even Kari McKeen), assuming they stick within the timeline of the first film.

      I don't think Violet or Dash will get new supersuits seeing as they are very popular with the ones they have on now, I could see something like a color armband or something to tell each member apart.

      Never really liked Sky High but do prefer the idea of Bob, Helen, Lucius and maybe even the NSA tutoring Violet and Dash. But not in a Young Justice kinda way because "independant team of sidekicks" trope is done to death.

      I don't think the comics or other side media count as "canon". For example if there was an Incredibles TV series then that maybe canon, but if there is a comic or book series that is well known and Disney or Pixar confirm it's part of the movies lore then yeah, thats canon. And quite honestly would not wanna see Tony or Kari become superheroes since they appear more comfortable with their civilian lives. Unless they become heroes via some power-granting macguffin with responsibilities shoved on them, but honestly would rather be introduced to a brand new hero who is a non-super under the mask.

      I'm just saying that for now The Incredibles is a superhero group that consist of the Parr family and of course have matching supersuits as uniforms by Edna. When Violet and Dash grow up, they may decide to be independant heroes or have their own supersuits that distinct their individuality and go out to have their own adventures and legacy.

      Think Dick Grayson and Tim Drake how they were both Robins, but instead of being Batmen decided to become independant heroes as Nightwing and Red Hood.

      The big question is IF they do grow up, then yeah they would need new supersuits, but with the way Disney/Pixar handles their first time sequels to new franchises and as long as the parents are still supering they won't get new suits anytime soon, seeing as we're likely getting a small timeskip (anywhere between the 1 year gap that Dory got or 2 years like Toy Story 2 did).

      Seeing a toddler Jack-Jack learning to walk would fit in well with the story.

      I imagine the movie will have growth of our favourate characters one way or another even if not into independance. Chances are the story will revolve around a family matter (such as how Bob has midlife crisis and Helen expected her husband of cheating) and superhero matter (Syndrome's evil scheme and the Parr family becoming the Incredibles.)

      So if I had to choose my prefer two ideas for "family" and "superhero" plot, it be Dash and Violet growing up and a "Legion of Doom" group of old and new villains (An anti-National Supers Agency?). Preferably lead by Mr. Incredibles true nemesis from his old days. The Joker to his Batman, the Luthor to his Superman etc. And instead of heroic bravery against his old foe, would perhaps genuinely fear him if he was a threat to his family.

      The "Legion of Doom" idea has already been done in the comics (via the Unforigivables) although I can see it happening anyways (a group that is inspired by Syndrome but has actual powers and tech to use instead of full-on tech).

      I can see Violet being more independant in the follow-up (in a 2 year setting) seeing as she's the more mature one out of the 3 kids (especially if she and Tony are an item in the sequel which we know has a decent high chance of being the storyline), but maybe not Dash as that would require his personailty to be "revamped" in some ways to be more teenager-like (although I can see him maturing if Violet gets into a bad spot with her father in regards to her teenage lifestyle (dating Tony and possibly risking her idenity/life while superheroing would make for a good story especially with super-parents).

      I haven't read the comics (nor knew of such thing until this thread) but I guess if it's already been done, it's not that much of an original idea on my part then. I just like the idea of us getting to know more Supers.

      I dunno how I'd feel for mixing teen drama with heroic responsibilities. It's been done over on Disney Channels that if it will be done again, rather be done in a way that truely has consequence of actions that "It all works out alright in the end" just because audience goers are here for good feels.

      The last bit actually sounds like it can be done without it becoming too similar to the Disney Channel stuff, it has been done before, but Pixar usually comes up with neat ideas.

      Getting to know more Supers outside of the Parrs would both put and take pressure off the family (knowing Bob, he would try to get the family out to do Supering stuff more to try and one-up the others, where as Violet and Dash would probably be a bit relaxed by not having to do superhero stuff a lot).

      Finding out about these comics, I've read some of them. The whole Jack-Jack makes henchmen turn super because Helen had an alien virus during her pregnancy story is kinda ridiculous if you ask me and really hope the comic is regarded non-canon. And Bob not realising it was his daughter stealing from that scientist he employed her to in the first place and how he over-reacts to it all is silly. (And for some reason Bobs hands were tiny in some of the scenes)

      But do like the concept of the Unforgivables.

      Sadly should the Unfofgivables appear, they'll need a villain that's similar to Xerek and a bit of retconning to be far different from their comic counterparts without being direct rip-offs (they can still use the name Xerek as a super-villain name, but they cannot use the design of the character himself, I think Bob's old boss from Insuricare from the first film would fit the mold quite well assuming Wallance Shawn is high profile enough to play a villain and is the same size as Xerek (could he be the leftover material from the first film?) especially since his business is likely in ruins after Syndrome's attack on the city and the Incredibles likely putting his business on thin ice (Frozone pun), the same would go for Mezmerella (who could be retconned to be Syndrome's sister (they do look alike after all) out for revenge which can fill in the void left by Syndrome's death (Sandra Bullock would be perfect for her) and Rollergrrl (who could be retconned to be around Violet's age (a year older) just starting out as a villain) and tries to get Violet to turn against her own family by befrending her due to the fact both are starting out in their careers (not sure which actress would fit the character the best), if that doesn't work then writing out both females and replace them with original ideas in their place.

      Granted this means the Underminer and Bomb-Voyage would need to be brought in to round-out the group as they are the only two villains whom actually originated in the first film and would need to be retconned slightly to fit with the story arc (have Underminer's battle revamped to have the family take him out swiftly (instead of just Bob and Frozone as seen in the video game adaption) and have a slight change of scenery like having them in Paris for a good 5 minutes (where they catch Bomb Voyage).

      I like the idea of a soft knock-off of the Legion of Doom. Either lead by Syndrome or Mr. Incredibles arch-nemesis. I can imagine a council table in some secret headquarters somewhere where they can discuss evil villainy and such, like who'll have what country after taking over the world or something.

      Some of the comic villains I like such as Xerek, Mezmerella and Tronasaurus (who should be voiced by Wallace Shawn if he makes it in the movie) but feel rather "meh" about the other characters.

      Sadly, Syndrome's not going to be in this movie due to his "death" at the hands of Mr. Incredible, it would be very silly of Disney/Pixar to bring him back (unless as a flashback cameo to show off his true master that was pulling the strings), hence why I think whoever the new main villain will be, is the one who caused the entire events in the first film to unfold in the first place.

      Wait the comics had a supervillain named Tronasaurus?? I am reading this right? (he seems like a guy that stepped out of the Tron universe and brought an army of dinosaurs with him), let's throw him in as the main villain (seeing as a Jurassic World 2 is coming the same year as The Incredibles II is, I would love a homage to Jurassic Park involving Violet and Dash hiding from dinos).

      TRonosaurus was some sort of giant robot dinosaur who happened to be a gangster?

      Still, since Syndromes body was not recovered doesn't proove he is dead. Thats superhero comic logic. Even if he doesn't have a rle in the movie, he'll probably show up at the very end or post-credits.

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      Incredibles. My most favourate Pixar movie.

      My suggestion would be making Violet, Dash and Jack-Jack older. 14 years is perhaps a bit too much to age. Maybe 2-5 years?

      The story could be set at the dawn of a new age of heroes that began after the first movie. Some of my story ideas are:

      • Bob and Helen are too concerned as parents for the safety of their children as they become more independant heroes. While every parent is always sad and concern to see their children leave the nest, the fact their children are taking on the criminal society of their city as well as new age villains, death threats and personally dealing with terrorism however makes them more terrified. Maybe once Violet and Dash "leave the nest", they have new costumes and super-identidies for themselves.
      • Non-super heroes to be introduced. While Syndrome was a villain, he became a villain because he was not a super, unlike his idol Mr. Incredible. He overcame his human limits with technology just to establish himself as the person he always wanted to be and was destroyed for it. I think it would be a nice message to say that "even if you don't have a birth right or have physical limits, you can still achieve greatness" or something like that. To think Buddy would have never became Syndrome if he was given a new creative outlet to support his heroes than being rebutted.
      • Jack-Jack is considered potentially powerful and unique even by "super" standards and is a target for villains. They want to use him as a battery or raise him as an evil heir or something like that.
      • A "knock-off" Legion of Doom. Maybe lead by Syndrome who could of survived, or maybe a new yet oldschool villain who Mr. Incredible fears or regards as nemesis.
      • Syndromes return, especially using the "If the body isn't found, they're not dead" excuse that is common in superhero comics and shows.
      • A new anti-hero, or side-villain who becomes an anti-hero.
      • More of the oldschool heroes and villains, and perhaps new ones as well. Throughout the movie and even in the DVD, we got to know plenty of superheroes but we never got to see much villains other than Syndrome, Underminer and a few names mentioned in talk.

      Heck a TV series would also just be as cool to see more of the day-to-day lives and great adventures of The Incredibles.

      Good ideas, and I think we've already been introduced to a non-super hero--Edna Mode. Edna's a technological master like Syndrome, her outfit possibly being armor, and she helps the Incredibles restore superheroes and may even have helped defeat Syndrome by giving him a cape. But I do agree with seeing a non-super hero in action, as Edna may have been unable to enter the fray due to her size and circumstances.
      Edna does have super skills in tailouring just as Syndrome has super skills in technology, but Edna is more of a business woman to superheroes than a hero herself. When it comes to a crisis she's more likely to pep-talk the nearest available hero to save the day while she would find a secured area and maybe bop a henchie on the head or something.

      While Incredibles is my most favourate of Pixar movies, it does have a bit of an unintended message that the genetically superior are socially favoured, feared and respected over those who can work hard and overcome their "common" limits. Buddy didn't become a villain for the sake of being evil, he became a villain because he wanted to be "super". Granted he messed up his chances to be "Incrediboy", but how it ended made him have a sour oppinion on heroes because of Incredibles impatience towards him. Buddy achieved his goal to be better than a "super", with the later intentions to mass produce and sell his technology so that everyone can be artificially super so that everyone can have equality... and he was deemed horrible and destroyed for it.

      All in all, just saying that while the world of The Incredible consist of regular people and super people. it would be nice if there were costumed heroes who under the capes were non-super, regular people who still do just a smuch a ssuperheroes. Perhaps there was no such heroes before the Superheroics and Anti-Super Legislation, but the end of the movie shows promise of the ban being overturned and perhaps a new age of heroes.

      That new age of heroes idea is going to be the story with Violet and Dash learning the ropes of being superheroes (think of Sky High in a way), only with their parents teaching them (while rasing Jack-Jack as a side story), they could even throw in Frozone to help out (would be a good reason to toss in his wife for a few scenes).

      It would be nice to see non-superpowered superheroes to go along the superpowered ones (Tony would make a fine addition as long as he doesn't go the route Xander did in the comics or heck even Kari McKeen), assuming they stick within the timeline of the first film.

      I don't think Violet or Dash will get new supersuits seeing as they are very popular with the ones they have on now, I could see something like a color armband or something to tell each member apart.

      Never really liked Sky High but do prefer the idea of Bob, Helen, Lucius and maybe even the NSA tutoring Violet and Dash. But not in a Young Justice kinda way because "independant team of sidekicks" trope is done to death.

      I don't think the comics or other side media count as "canon". For example if there was an Incredibles TV series then that maybe canon, but if there is a comic or book series that is well known and Disney or Pixar confirm it's part of the movies lore then yeah, thats canon. And quite honestly would not wanna see Tony or Kari become superheroes since they appear more comfortable with their civilian lives. Unless they become heroes via some power-granting macguffin with responsibilities shoved on them, but honestly would rather be introduced to a brand new hero who is a non-super under the mask.

      I'm just saying that for now The Incredibles is a superhero group that consist of the Parr family and of course have matching supersuits as uniforms by Edna. When Violet and Dash grow up, they may decide to be independant heroes or have their own supersuits that distinct their individuality and go out to have their own adventures and legacy.

      Think Dick Grayson and Tim Drake how they were both Robins, but instead of being Batmen decided to become independant heroes as Nightwing and Red Hood.

      The big question is IF they do grow up, then yeah they would need new supersuits, but with the way Disney/Pixar handles their first time sequels to new franchises and as long as the parents are still supering they won't get new suits anytime soon, seeing as we're likely getting a small timeskip (anywhere between the 1 year gap that Dory got or 2 years like Toy Story 2 did).

      Seeing a toddler Jack-Jack learning to walk would fit in well with the story.

      I imagine the movie will have growth of our favourate characters one way or another even if not into independance. Chances are the story will revolve around a family matter (such as how Bob has midlife crisis and Helen expected her husband of cheating) and superhero matter (Syndrome's evil scheme and the Parr family becoming the Incredibles.)

      So if I had to choose my prefer two ideas for "family" and "superhero" plot, it be Dash and Violet growing up and a "Legion of Doom" group of old and new villains (An anti-National Supers Agency?). Preferably lead by Mr. Incredibles true nemesis from his old days. The Joker to his Batman, the Luthor to his Superman etc. And instead of heroic bravery against his old foe, would perhaps genuinely fear him if he was a threat to his family.

      The "Legion of Doom" idea has already been done in the comics (via the Unforigivables) although I can see it happening anyways (a group that is inspired by Syndrome but has actual powers and tech to use instead of full-on tech).

      I can see Violet being more independant in the follow-up (in a 2 year setting) seeing as she's the more mature one out of the 3 kids (especially if she and Tony are an item in the sequel which we know has a decent high chance of being the storyline), but maybe not Dash as that would require his personailty to be "revamped" in some ways to be more teenager-like (although I can see him maturing if Violet gets into a bad spot with her father in regards to her teenage lifestyle (dating Tony and possibly risking her idenity/life while superheroing would make for a good story especially with super-parents).

      I haven't read the comics (nor knew of such thing until this thread) but I guess if it's already been done, it's not that much of an original idea on my part then. I just like the idea of us getting to know more Supers.

      I dunno how I'd feel for mixing teen drama with heroic responsibilities. It's been done over on Disney Channels that if it will be done again, rather be done in a way that truely has consequence of actions that "It all works out alright in the end" just because audience goers are here for good feels.

      The last bit actually sounds like it can be done without it becoming too similar to the Disney Channel stuff, it has been done before, but Pixar usually comes up with neat ideas.

      Getting to know more Supers outside of the Parrs would both put and take pressure off the family (knowing Bob, he would try to get the family out to do Supering stuff more to try and one-up the others, where as Violet and Dash would probably be a bit relaxed by not having to do superhero stuff a lot).

      Finding out about these comics, I've read some of them. The whole Jack-Jack makes henchmen turn super because Helen had an alien virus during her pregnancy story is kinda ridiculous if you ask me and really hope the comic is regarded non-canon. And Bob not realising it was his daughter stealing from that scientist he employed her to in the first place and how he over-reacts to it all is silly. (And for some reason Bobs hands were tiny in some of the scenes)

      But do like the concept of the Unforgivables.

      Sadly should the Unfofgivables appear, they'll need a villain that's similar to Xerek and a bit of retconning to be far different from their comic counterparts without being direct rip-offs (they can still use the name Xerek as a super-villain name, but they cannot use the design of the character himself, I think Bob's old boss from Insuricare from the first film would fit the mold quite well assuming Wallance Shawn is high profile enough to play a villain and is the same size as Xerek (could he be the leftover material from the first film?) especially since his business is likely in ruins after Syndrome's attack on the city and the Incredibles likely putting his business on thin ice (Frozone pun), the same would go for Mezmerella (who could be retconned to be Syndrome's sister (they do look alike after all) out for revenge which can fill in the void left by Syndrome's death (Sandra Bullock would be perfect for her) and Rollergrrl (who could be retconned to be around Violet's age (a year older) just starting out as a villain) and tries to get Violet to turn against her own family by befrending her due to the fact both are starting out in their careers (not sure which actress would fit the character the best), if that doesn't work then writing out both females and replace them with original ideas in their place.

      Granted this means the Underminer and Bomb-Voyage would need to be brought in to round-out the group as they are the only two villains whom actually originated in the first film and would need to be retconned slightly to fit with the story arc (have Underminer's battle revamped to have the family take him out swiftly (instead of just Bob and Frozone as seen in the video game adaption) and have a slight change of scenery like having them in Paris for a good 5 minutes (where they catch Bomb Voyage).

      I like the idea of a soft knock-off of the Legion of Doom. Either lead by Syndrome or Mr. Incredibles arch-nemesis. I can imagine a council table in some secret headquarters somewhere where they can discuss evil villainy and such, like who'll have what country after taking over the world or something.

      Some of the comic villains I like such as Xerek, Mezmerella and Tronasaurus (who should be voiced by Wallace Shawn if he makes it in the movie) but feel rather "meh" about the other characters.

      Sadly, Syndrome's not going to be in this movie due to his "death" at the hands of Mr. Incredible, it would be very silly of Disney/Pixar to bring him back (unless as a flashback cameo to show off his true master that was pulling the strings), hence why I think whoever the new main villain will be, is the one who caused the entire events in the first film to unfold in the first place.

      Wait the comics had a supervillain named Tronasaurus?? I am reading this right? (he seems like a guy that stepped out of the Tron universe and brought an army of dinosaurs with him), let's throw him in as the main villain (seeing as a Jurassic World 2 is coming the same year as The Incredibles II is, I would love a homage to Jurassic Park involving Violet and Dash hiding from dinos).

      TRonosaurus was some sort of giant robot dinosaur who happened to be a gangster?

      Still, since Syndromes body was not recovered doesn't proove he is dead. Thats superhero comic logic. Even if he doesn't have a rle in the movie, he'll probably show up at the very end or post-credits.

      Really can't recover his body, if his body is in a million pieces after being chopped up in his jet engine and not to mention being blown up with the plane itself, no mortal human (not even a Super) would survive that, just ask Stratogale.

      I don't see how they are going to write their way out of it if he somehow becomes the main villain yet again, it would be really pointless to even re-use the Syndrome story in a follow-up (unless in flashbacks only), a post-credits scene could work (like show what remains of him and whatnot).

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      Incredibles. My most favourate Pixar movie.

      My suggestion would be making Violet, Dash and Jack-Jack older. 14 years is perhaps a bit too much to age. Maybe 2-5 years?

      The story could be set at the dawn of a new age of heroes that began after the first movie. Some of my story ideas are:

      • Bob and Helen are too concerned as parents for the safety of their children as they become more independant heroes. While every parent is always sad and concern to see their children leave the nest, the fact their children are taking on the criminal society of their city as well as new age villains, death threats and personally dealing with terrorism however makes them more terrified. Maybe once Violet and Dash "leave the nest", they have new costumes and super-identidies for themselves.
      • Non-super heroes to be introduced. While Syndrome was a villain, he became a villain because he was not a super, unlike his idol Mr. Incredible. He overcame his human limits with technology just to establish himself as the person he always wanted to be and was destroyed for it. I think it would be a nice message to say that "even if you don't have a birth right or have physical limits, you can still achieve greatness" or something like that. To think Buddy would have never became Syndrome if he was given a new creative outlet to support his heroes than being rebutted.
      • Jack-Jack is considered potentially powerful and unique even by "super" standards and is a target for villains. They want to use him as a battery or raise him as an evil heir or something like that.
      • A "knock-off" Legion of Doom. Maybe lead by Syndrome who could of survived, or maybe a new yet oldschool villain who Mr. Incredible fears or regards as nemesis.
      • Syndromes return, especially using the "If the body isn't found, they're not dead" excuse that is common in superhero comics and shows.
      • A new anti-hero, or side-villain who becomes an anti-hero.
      • More of the oldschool heroes and villains, and perhaps new ones as well. Throughout the movie and even in the DVD, we got to know plenty of superheroes but we never got to see much villains other than Syndrome, Underminer and a few names mentioned in talk.

      Heck a TV series would also just be as cool to see more of the day-to-day lives and great adventures of The Incredibles.

      Good ideas, and I think we've already been introduced to a non-super hero--Edna Mode. Edna's a technological master like Syndrome, her outfit possibly being armor, and she helps the Incredibles restore superheroes and may even have helped defeat Syndrome by giving him a cape. But I do agree with seeing a non-super hero in action, as Edna may have been unable to enter the fray due to her size and circumstances.
      Edna does have super skills in tailouring just as Syndrome has super skills in technology, but Edna is more of a business woman to superheroes than a hero herself. When it comes to a crisis she's more likely to pep-talk the nearest available hero to save the day while she would find a secured area and maybe bop a henchie on the head or something.

      While Incredibles is my most favourate of Pixar movies, it does have a bit of an unintended message that the genetically superior are socially favoured, feared and respected over those who can work hard and overcome their "common" limits. Buddy didn't become a villain for the sake of being evil, he became a villain because he wanted to be "super". Granted he messed up his chances to be "Incrediboy", but how it ended made him have a sour oppinion on heroes because of Incredibles impatience towards him. Buddy achieved his goal to be better than a "super", with the later intentions to mass produce and sell his technology so that everyone can be artificially super so that everyone can have equality... and he was deemed horrible and destroyed for it.

      All in all, just saying that while the world of The Incredible consist of regular people and super people. it would be nice if there were costumed heroes who under the capes were non-super, regular people who still do just a smuch a ssuperheroes. Perhaps there was no such heroes before the Superheroics and Anti-Super Legislation, but the end of the movie shows promise of the ban being overturned and perhaps a new age of heroes.

      That new age of heroes idea is going to be the story with Violet and Dash learning the ropes of being superheroes (think of Sky High in a way), only with their parents teaching them (while rasing Jack-Jack as a side story), they could even throw in Frozone to help out (would be a good reason to toss in his wife for a few scenes).

      It would be nice to see non-superpowered superheroes to go along the superpowered ones (Tony would make a fine addition as long as he doesn't go the route Xander did in the comics or heck even Kari McKeen), assuming they stick within the timeline of the first film.

      I don't think Violet or Dash will get new supersuits seeing as they are very popular with the ones they have on now, I could see something like a color armband or something to tell each member apart.

      Never really liked Sky High but do prefer the idea of Bob, Helen, Lucius and maybe even the NSA tutoring Violet and Dash. But not in a Young Justice kinda way because "independant team of sidekicks" trope is done to death.

      I don't think the comics or other side media count as "canon". For example if there was an Incredibles TV series then that maybe canon, but if there is a comic or book series that is well known and Disney or Pixar confirm it's part of the movies lore then yeah, thats canon. And quite honestly would not wanna see Tony or Kari become superheroes since they appear more comfortable with their civilian lives. Unless they become heroes via some power-granting macguffin with responsibilities shoved on them, but honestly would rather be introduced to a brand new hero who is a non-super under the mask.

      I'm just saying that for now The Incredibles is a superhero group that consist of the Parr family and of course have matching supersuits as uniforms by Edna. When Violet and Dash grow up, they may decide to be independant heroes or have their own supersuits that distinct their individuality and go out to have their own adventures and legacy.

      Think Dick Grayson and Tim Drake how they were both Robins, but instead of being Batmen decided to become independant heroes as Nightwing and Red Hood.

      The big question is IF they do grow up, then yeah they would need new supersuits, but with the way Disney/Pixar handles their first time sequels to new franchises and as long as the parents are still supering they won't get new suits anytime soon, seeing as we're likely getting a small timeskip (anywhere between the 1 year gap that Dory got or 2 years like Toy Story 2 did).

      Seeing a toddler Jack-Jack learning to walk would fit in well with the story.

      I imagine the movie will have growth of our favourate characters one way or another even if not into independance. Chances are the story will revolve around a family matter (such as how Bob has midlife crisis and Helen expected her husband of cheating) and superhero matter (Syndrome's evil scheme and the Parr family becoming the Incredibles.)

      So if I had to choose my prefer two ideas for "family" and "superhero" plot, it be Dash and Violet growing up and a "Legion of Doom" group of old and new villains (An anti-National Supers Agency?). Preferably lead by Mr. Incredibles true nemesis from his old days. The Joker to his Batman, the Luthor to his Superman etc. And instead of heroic bravery against his old foe, would perhaps genuinely fear him if he was a threat to his family.

      The "Legion of Doom" idea has already been done in the comics (via the Unforigivables) although I can see it happening anyways (a group that is inspired by Syndrome but has actual powers and tech to use instead of full-on tech).

      I can see Violet being more independant in the follow-up (in a 2 year setting) seeing as she's the more mature one out of the 3 kids (especially if she and Tony are an item in the sequel which we know has a decent high chance of being the storyline), but maybe not Dash as that would require his personailty to be "revamped" in some ways to be more teenager-like (although I can see him maturing if Violet gets into a bad spot with her father in regards to her teenage lifestyle (dating Tony and possibly risking her idenity/life while superheroing would make for a good story especially with super-parents).

      I haven't read the comics (nor knew of such thing until this thread) but I guess if it's already been done, it's not that much of an original idea on my part then. I just like the idea of us getting to know more Supers.

      I dunno how I'd feel for mixing teen drama with heroic responsibilities. It's been done over on Disney Channels that if it will be done again, rather be done in a way that truely has consequence of actions that "It all works out alright in the end" just because audience goers are here for good feels.

      The last bit actually sounds like it can be done without it becoming too similar to the Disney Channel stuff, it has been done before, but Pixar usually comes up with neat ideas.

      Getting to know more Supers outside of the Parrs would both put and take pressure off the family (knowing Bob, he would try to get the family out to do Supering stuff more to try and one-up the others, where as Violet and Dash would probably be a bit relaxed by not having to do superhero stuff a lot).

      Finding out about these comics, I've read some of them. The whole Jack-Jack makes henchmen turn super because Helen had an alien virus during her pregnancy story is kinda ridiculous if you ask me and really hope the comic is regarded non-canon. And Bob not realising it was his daughter stealing from that scientist he employed her to in the first place and how he over-reacts to it all is silly. (And for some reason Bobs hands were tiny in some of the scenes)

      But do like the concept of the Unforgivables.

      Sadly should the Unfofgivables appear, they'll need a villain that's similar to Xerek and a bit of retconning to be far different from their comic counterparts without being direct rip-offs (they can still use the name Xerek as a super-villain name, but they cannot use the design of the character himself, I think Bob's old boss from Insuricare from the first film would fit the mold quite well assuming Wallance Shawn is high profile enough to play a villain and is the same size as Xerek (could he be the leftover material from the first film?) especially since his business is likely in ruins after Syndrome's attack on the city and the Incredibles likely putting his business on thin ice (Frozone pun), the same would go for Mezmerella (who could be retconned to be Syndrome's sister (they do look alike after all) out for revenge which can fill in the void left by Syndrome's death (Sandra Bullock would be perfect for her) and Rollergrrl (who could be retconned to be around Violet's age (a year older) just starting out as a villain) and tries to get Violet to turn against her own family by befrending her due to the fact both are starting out in their careers (not sure which actress would fit the character the best), if that doesn't work then writing out both females and replace them with original ideas in their place.

      Granted this means the Underminer and Bomb-Voyage would need to be brought in to round-out the group as they are the only two villains whom actually originated in the first film and would need to be retconned slightly to fit with the story arc (have Underminer's battle revamped to have the family take him out swiftly (instead of just Bob and Frozone as seen in the video game adaption) and have a slight change of scenery like having them in Paris for a good 5 minutes (where they catch Bomb Voyage).

      I like the idea of a soft knock-off of the Legion of Doom. Either lead by Syndrome or Mr. Incredibles arch-nemesis. I can imagine a council table in some secret headquarters somewhere where they can discuss evil villainy and such, like who'll have what country after taking over the world or something.

      Some of the comic villains I like such as Xerek, Mezmerella and Tronasaurus (who should be voiced by Wallace Shawn if he makes it in the movie) but feel rather "meh" about the other characters.

      Sadly, Syndrome's not going to be in this movie due to his "death" at the hands of Mr. Incredible, it would be very silly of Disney/Pixar to bring him back (unless as a flashback cameo to show off his true master that was pulling the strings), hence why I think whoever the new main villain will be, is the one who caused the entire events in the first film to unfold in the first place.

      Wait the comics had a supervillain named Tronasaurus?? I am reading this right? (he seems like a guy that stepped out of the Tron universe and brought an army of dinosaurs with him), let's throw him in as the main villain (seeing as a Jurassic World 2 is coming the same year as The Incredibles II is, I would love a homage to Jurassic Park involving Violet and Dash hiding from dinos).

      TRonosaurus was some sort of giant robot dinosaur who happened to be a gangster?

      Still, since Syndromes body was not recovered doesn't proove he is dead. Thats superhero comic logic. Even if he doesn't have a rle in the movie, he'll probably show up at the very end or post-credits.

      Really can't recover his body, if his body is in a million pieces after being chopped up in his jet engine and not to mention being blown up with the plane itself, no mortal human (not even a Super) would survive that, just ask Stratogale.

      I don't see how they are going to write their way out of it if he somehow becomes the main villain yet again, it would be really pointless to even re-use the Syndrome story in a follow-up (unless in flashbacks only), a post-credits scene could work (like show what remains of him and whatnot).

      He could of survived through teleportation, ressurection or whatever. Plenty of hero comics had characters straight up die and come back later issues.

      Heck X-Men exhausted the cliché.

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      Incredibles. My most favourate Pixar movie.

      My suggestion would be making Violet, Dash and Jack-Jack older. 14 years is perhaps a bit too much to age. Maybe 2-5 years?

      The story could be set at the dawn of a new age of heroes that began after the first movie. Some of my story ideas are:

      • Bob and Helen are too concerned as parents for the safety of their children as they become more independant heroes. While every parent is always sad and concern to see their children leave the nest, the fact their children are taking on the criminal society of their city as well as new age villains, death threats and personally dealing with terrorism however makes them more terrified. Maybe once Violet and Dash "leave the nest", they have new costumes and super-identidies for themselves.
      • Non-super heroes to be introduced. While Syndrome was a villain, he became a villain because he was not a super, unlike his idol Mr. Incredible. He overcame his human limits with technology just to establish himself as the person he always wanted to be and was destroyed for it. I think it would be a nice message to say that "even if you don't have a birth right or have physical limits, you can still achieve greatness" or something like that. To think Buddy would have never became Syndrome if he was given a new creative outlet to support his heroes than being rebutted.
      • Jack-Jack is considered potentially powerful and unique even by "super" standards and is a target for villains. They want to use him as a battery or raise him as an evil heir or something like that.
      • A "knock-off" Legion of Doom. Maybe lead by Syndrome who could of survived, or maybe a new yet oldschool villain who Mr. Incredible fears or regards as nemesis.
      • Syndromes return, especially using the "If the body isn't found, they're not dead" excuse that is common in superhero comics and shows.
      • A new anti-hero, or side-villain who becomes an anti-hero.
      • More of the oldschool heroes and villains, and perhaps new ones as well. Throughout the movie and even in the DVD, we got to know plenty of superheroes but we never got to see much villains other than Syndrome, Underminer and a few names mentioned in talk.

      Heck a TV series would also just be as cool to see more of the day-to-day lives and great adventures of The Incredibles.

      Good ideas, and I think we've already been introduced to a non-super hero--Edna Mode. Edna's a technological master like Syndrome, her outfit possibly being armor, and she helps the Incredibles restore superheroes and may even have helped defeat Syndrome by giving him a cape. But I do agree with seeing a non-super hero in action, as Edna may have been unable to enter the fray due to her size and circumstances.
      Edna does have super skills in tailouring just as Syndrome has super skills in technology, but Edna is more of a business woman to superheroes than a hero herself. When it comes to a crisis she's more likely to pep-talk the nearest available hero to save the day while she would find a secured area and maybe bop a henchie on the head or something.

      While Incredibles is my most favourate of Pixar movies, it does have a bit of an unintended message that the genetically superior are socially favoured, feared and respected over those who can work hard and overcome their "common" limits. Buddy didn't become a villain for the sake of being evil, he became a villain because he wanted to be "super". Granted he messed up his chances to be "Incrediboy", but how it ended made him have a sour oppinion on heroes because of Incredibles impatience towards him. Buddy achieved his goal to be better than a "super", with the later intentions to mass produce and sell his technology so that everyone can be artificially super so that everyone can have equality... and he was deemed horrible and destroyed for it.

      All in all, just saying that while the world of The Incredible consist of regular people and super people. it would be nice if there were costumed heroes who under the capes were non-super, regular people who still do just a smuch a ssuperheroes. Perhaps there was no such heroes before the Superheroics and Anti-Super Legislation, but the end of the movie shows promise of the ban being overturned and perhaps a new age of heroes.

      That new age of heroes idea is going to be the story with Violet and Dash learning the ropes of being superheroes (think of Sky High in a way), only with their parents teaching them (while rasing Jack-Jack as a side story), they could even throw in Frozone to help out (would be a good reason to toss in his wife for a few scenes).

      It would be nice to see non-superpowered superheroes to go along the superpowered ones (Tony would make a fine addition as long as he doesn't go the route Xander did in the comics or heck even Kari McKeen), assuming they stick within the timeline of the first film.

      I don't think Violet or Dash will get new supersuits seeing as they are very popular with the ones they have on now, I could see something like a color armband or something to tell each member apart.

      Never really liked Sky High but do prefer the idea of Bob, Helen, Lucius and maybe even the NSA tutoring Violet and Dash. But not in a Young Justice kinda way because "independant team of sidekicks" trope is done to death.

      I don't think the comics or other side media count as "canon". For example if there was an Incredibles TV series then that maybe canon, but if there is a comic or book series that is well known and Disney or Pixar confirm it's part of the movies lore then yeah, thats canon. And quite honestly would not wanna see Tony or Kari become superheroes since they appear more comfortable with their civilian lives. Unless they become heroes via some power-granting macguffin with responsibilities shoved on them, but honestly would rather be introduced to a brand new hero who is a non-super under the mask.

      I'm just saying that for now The Incredibles is a superhero group that consist of the Parr family and of course have matching supersuits as uniforms by Edna. When Violet and Dash grow up, they may decide to be independant heroes or have their own supersuits that distinct their individuality and go out to have their own adventures and legacy.

      Think Dick Grayson and Tim Drake how they were both Robins, but instead of being Batmen decided to become independant heroes as Nightwing and Red Hood.

      The big question is IF they do grow up, then yeah they would need new supersuits, but with the way Disney/Pixar handles their first time sequels to new franchises and as long as the parents are still supering they won't get new suits anytime soon, seeing as we're likely getting a small timeskip (anywhere between the 1 year gap that Dory got or 2 years like Toy Story 2 did).

      Seeing a toddler Jack-Jack learning to walk would fit in well with the story.

      I imagine the movie will have growth of our favourate characters one way or another even if not into independance. Chances are the story will revolve around a family matter (such as how Bob has midlife crisis and Helen expected her husband of cheating) and superhero matter (Syndrome's evil scheme and the Parr family becoming the Incredibles.)

      So if I had to choose my prefer two ideas for "family" and "superhero" plot, it be Dash and Violet growing up and a "Legion of Doom" group of old and new villains (An anti-National Supers Agency?). Preferably lead by Mr. Incredibles true nemesis from his old days. The Joker to his Batman, the Luthor to his Superman etc. And instead of heroic bravery against his old foe, would perhaps genuinely fear him if he was a threat to his family.

      The "Legion of Doom" idea has already been done in the comics (via the Unforigivables) although I can see it happening anyways (a group that is inspired by Syndrome but has actual powers and tech to use instead of full-on tech).

      I can see Violet being more independant in the follow-up (in a 2 year setting) seeing as she's the more mature one out of the 3 kids (especially if she and Tony are an item in the sequel which we know has a decent high chance of being the storyline), but maybe not Dash as that would require his personailty to be "revamped" in some ways to be more teenager-like (although I can see him maturing if Violet gets into a bad spot with her father in regards to her teenage lifestyle (dating Tony and possibly risking her idenity/life while superheroing would make for a good story especially with super-parents).

      I haven't read the comics (nor knew of such thing until this thread) but I guess if it's already been done, it's not that much of an original idea on my part then. I just like the idea of us getting to know more Supers.

      I dunno how I'd feel for mixing teen drama with heroic responsibilities. It's been done over on Disney Channels that if it will be done again, rather be done in a way that truely has consequence of actions that "It all works out alright in the end" just because audience goers are here for good feels.

      The last bit actually sounds like it can be done without it becoming too similar to the Disney Channel stuff, it has been done before, but Pixar usually comes up with neat ideas.

      Getting to know more Supers outside of the Parrs would both put and take pressure off the family (knowing Bob, he would try to get the family out to do Supering stuff more to try and one-up the others, where as Violet and Dash would probably be a bit relaxed by not having to do superhero stuff a lot).

      Finding out about these comics, I've read some of them. The whole Jack-Jack makes henchmen turn super because Helen had an alien virus during her pregnancy story is kinda ridiculous if you ask me and really hope the comic is regarded non-canon. And Bob not realising it was his daughter stealing from that scientist he employed her to in the first place and how he over-reacts to it all is silly. (And for some reason Bobs hands were tiny in some of the scenes)

      But do like the concept of the Unforgivables.

      Sadly should the Unfofgivables appear, they'll need a villain that's similar to Xerek and a bit of retconning to be far different from their comic counterparts without being direct rip-offs (they can still use the name Xerek as a super-villain name, but they cannot use the design of the character himself, I think Bob's old boss from Insuricare from the first film would fit the mold quite well assuming Wallance Shawn is high profile enough to play a villain and is the same size as Xerek (could he be the leftover material from the first film?) especially since his business is likely in ruins after Syndrome's attack on the city and the Incredibles likely putting his business on thin ice (Frozone pun), the same would go for Mezmerella (who could be retconned to be Syndrome's sister (they do look alike after all) out for revenge which can fill in the void left by Syndrome's death (Sandra Bullock would be perfect for her) and Rollergrrl (who could be retconned to be around Violet's age (a year older) just starting out as a villain) and tries to get Violet to turn against her own family by befrending her due to the fact both are starting out in their careers (not sure which actress would fit the character the best), if that doesn't work then writing out both females and replace them with original ideas in their place.

      Granted this means the Underminer and Bomb-Voyage would need to be brought in to round-out the group as they are the only two villains whom actually originated in the first film and would need to be retconned slightly to fit with the story arc (have Underminer's battle revamped to have the family take him out swiftly (instead of just Bob and Frozone as seen in the video game adaption) and have a slight change of scenery like having them in Paris for a good 5 minutes (where they catch Bomb Voyage).

      I like the idea of a soft knock-off of the Legion of Doom. Either lead by Syndrome or Mr. Incredibles arch-nemesis. I can imagine a council table in some secret headquarters somewhere where they can discuss evil villainy and such, like who'll have what country after taking over the world or something.

      Some of the comic villains I like such as Xerek, Mezmerella and Tronasaurus (who should be voiced by Wallace Shawn if he makes it in the movie) but feel rather "meh" about the other characters.

      Sadly, Syndrome's not going to be in this movie due to his "death" at the hands of Mr. Incredible, it would be very silly of Disney/Pixar to bring him back (unless as a flashback cameo to show off his true master that was pulling the strings), hence why I think whoever the new main villain will be, is the one who caused the entire events in the first film to unfold in the first place.

      Wait the comics had a supervillain named Tronasaurus?? I am reading this right? (he seems like a guy that stepped out of the Tron universe and brought an army of dinosaurs with him), let's throw him in as the main villain (seeing as a Jurassic World 2 is coming the same year as The Incredibles II is, I would love a homage to Jurassic Park involving Violet and Dash hiding from dinos).

      TRonosaurus was some sort of giant robot dinosaur who happened to be a gangster?

      Still, since Syndromes body was not recovered doesn't proove he is dead. Thats superhero comic logic. Even if he doesn't have a rle in the movie, he'll probably show up at the very end or post-credits.

      Really can't recover his body, if his body is in a million pieces after being chopped up in his jet engine and not to mention being blown up with the plane itself, no mortal human (not even a Super) would survive that, just ask Stratogale.

      I don't see how they are going to write their way out of it if he somehow becomes the main villain yet again, it would be really pointless to even re-use the Syndrome story in a follow-up (unless in flashbacks only), a post-credits scene could work (like show what remains of him and whatnot).

      He could of survived through teleportation, ressurection or whatever. Plenty of hero comics had characters straight up die and come back later issues.

      Heck X-Men exhausted the cliché.

      Teleportation is out of the question (he doesn't have actual powers, nor he did build one in time).

      And that's the reason why I don't think Syndrome will be back at all, they're literally no need to use him as the villain (it would be a waste of a good story if the same villain was back and he was supposed to be dead).

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      Incredibles. My most favourate Pixar movie.

      My suggestion would be making Violet, Dash and Jack-Jack older. 14 years is perhaps a bit too much to age. Maybe 2-5 years?

      The story could be set at the dawn of a new age of heroes that began after the first movie. Some of my story ideas are:

      • Bob and Helen are too concerned as parents for the safety of their children as they become more independant heroes. While every parent is always sad and concern to see their children leave the nest, the fact their children are taking on the criminal society of their city as well as new age villains, death threats and personally dealing with terrorism however makes them more terrified. Maybe once Violet and Dash "leave the nest", they have new costumes and super-identidies for themselves.
      • Non-super heroes to be introduced. While Syndrome was a villain, he became a villain because he was not a super, unlike his idol Mr. Incredible. He overcame his human limits with technology just to establish himself as the person he always wanted to be and was destroyed for it. I think it would be a nice message to say that "even if you don't have a birth right or have physical limits, you can still achieve greatness" or something like that. To think Buddy would have never became Syndrome if he was given a new creative outlet to support his heroes than being rebutted.
      • Jack-Jack is considered potentially powerful and unique even by "super" standards and is a target for villains. They want to use him as a battery or raise him as an evil heir or something like that.
      • A "knock-off" Legion of Doom. Maybe lead by Syndrome who could of survived, or maybe a new yet oldschool villain who Mr. Incredible fears or regards as nemesis.
      • Syndromes return, especially using the "If the body isn't found, they're not dead" excuse that is common in superhero comics and shows.
      • A new anti-hero, or side-villain who becomes an anti-hero.
      • More of the oldschool heroes and villains, and perhaps new ones as well. Throughout the movie and even in the DVD, we got to know plenty of superheroes but we never got to see much villains other than Syndrome, Underminer and a few names mentioned in talk.

      Heck a TV series would also just be as cool to see more of the day-to-day lives and great adventures of The Incredibles.

      Good ideas, and I think we've already been introduced to a non-super hero--Edna Mode. Edna's a technological master like Syndrome, her outfit possibly being armor, and she helps the Incredibles restore superheroes and may even have helped defeat Syndrome by giving him a cape. But I do agree with seeing a non-super hero in action, as Edna may have been unable to enter the fray due to her size and circumstances.
      Edna does have super skills in tailouring just as Syndrome has super skills in technology, but Edna is more of a business woman to superheroes than a hero herself. When it comes to a crisis she's more likely to pep-talk the nearest available hero to save the day while she would find a secured area and maybe bop a henchie on the head or something.

      While Incredibles is my most favourate of Pixar movies, it does have a bit of an unintended message that the genetically superior are socially favoured, feared and respected over those who can work hard and overcome their "common" limits. Buddy didn't become a villain for the sake of being evil, he became a villain because he wanted to be "super". Granted he messed up his chances to be "Incrediboy", but how it ended made him have a sour oppinion on heroes because of Incredibles impatience towards him. Buddy achieved his goal to be better than a "super", with the later intentions to mass produce and sell his technology so that everyone can be artificially super so that everyone can have equality... and he was deemed horrible and destroyed for it.

      All in all, just saying that while the world of The Incredible consist of regular people and super people. it would be nice if there were costumed heroes who under the capes were non-super, regular people who still do just a smuch a ssuperheroes. Perhaps there was no such heroes before the Superheroics and Anti-Super Legislation, but the end of the movie shows promise of the ban being overturned and perhaps a new age of heroes.

      That new age of heroes idea is going to be the story with Violet and Dash learning the ropes of being superheroes (think of Sky High in a way), only with their parents teaching them (while rasing Jack-Jack as a side story), they could even throw in Frozone to help out (would be a good reason to toss in his wife for a few scenes).

      It would be nice to see non-superpowered superheroes to go along the superpowered ones (Tony would make a fine addition as long as he doesn't go the route Xander did in the comics or heck even Kari McKeen), assuming they stick within the timeline of the first film.

      I don't think Violet or Dash will get new supersuits seeing as they are very popular with the ones they have on now, I could see something like a color armband or something to tell each member apart.

      Never really liked Sky High but do prefer the idea of Bob, Helen, Lucius and maybe even the NSA tutoring Violet and Dash. But not in a Young Justice kinda way because "independant team of sidekicks" trope is done to death.

      I don't think the comics or other side media count as "canon". For example if there was an Incredibles TV series then that maybe canon, but if there is a comic or book series that is well known and Disney or Pixar confirm it's part of the movies lore then yeah, thats canon. And quite honestly would not wanna see Tony or Kari become superheroes since they appear more comfortable with their civilian lives. Unless they become heroes via some power-granting macguffin with responsibilities shoved on them, but honestly would rather be introduced to a brand new hero who is a non-super under the mask.

      I'm just saying that for now The Incredibles is a superhero group that consist of the Parr family and of course have matching supersuits as uniforms by Edna. When Violet and Dash grow up, they may decide to be independant heroes or have their own supersuits that distinct their individuality and go out to have their own adventures and legacy.

      Think Dick Grayson and Tim Drake how they were both Robins, but instead of being Batmen decided to become independant heroes as Nightwing and Red Hood.

      The big question is IF they do grow up, then yeah they would need new supersuits, but with the way Disney/Pixar handles their first time sequels to new franchises and as long as the parents are still supering they won't get new suits anytime soon, seeing as we're likely getting a small timeskip (anywhere between the 1 year gap that Dory got or 2 years like Toy Story 2 did).

      Seeing a toddler Jack-Jack learning to walk would fit in well with the story.

      I imagine the movie will have growth of our favourate characters one way or another even if not into independance. Chances are the story will revolve around a family matter (such as how Bob has midlife crisis and Helen expected her husband of cheating) and superhero matter (Syndrome's evil scheme and the Parr family becoming the Incredibles.)

      So if I had to choose my prefer two ideas for "family" and "superhero" plot, it be Dash and Violet growing up and a "Legion of Doom" group of old and new villains (An anti-National Supers Agency?). Preferably lead by Mr. Incredibles true nemesis from his old days. The Joker to his Batman, the Luthor to his Superman etc. And instead of heroic bravery against his old foe, would perhaps genuinely fear him if he was a threat to his family.

      The "Legion of Doom" idea has already been done in the comics (via the Unforigivables) although I can see it happening anyways (a group that is inspired by Syndrome but has actual powers and tech to use instead of full-on tech).

      I can see Violet being more independant in the follow-up (in a 2 year setting) seeing as she's the more mature one out of the 3 kids (especially if she and Tony are an item in the sequel which we know has a decent high chance of being the storyline), but maybe not Dash as that would require his personailty to be "revamped" in some ways to be more teenager-like (although I can see him maturing if Violet gets into a bad spot with her father in regards to her teenage lifestyle (dating Tony and possibly risking her idenity/life while superheroing would make for a good story especially with super-parents).

      I haven't read the comics (nor knew of such thing until this thread) but I guess if it's already been done, it's not that much of an original idea on my part then. I just like the idea of us getting to know more Supers.

      I dunno how I'd feel for mixing teen drama with heroic responsibilities. It's been done over on Disney Channels that if it will be done again, rather be done in a way that truely has consequence of actions that "It all works out alright in the end" just because audience goers are here for good feels.

      The last bit actually sounds like it can be done without it becoming too similar to the Disney Channel stuff, it has been done before, but Pixar usually comes up with neat ideas.

      Getting to know more Supers outside of the Parrs would both put and take pressure off the family (knowing Bob, he would try to get the family out to do Supering stuff more to try and one-up the others, where as Violet and Dash would probably be a bit relaxed by not having to do superhero stuff a lot).

      Finding out about these comics, I've read some of them. The whole Jack-Jack makes henchmen turn super because Helen had an alien virus during her pregnancy story is kinda ridiculous if you ask me and really hope the comic is regarded non-canon. And Bob not realising it was his daughter stealing from that scientist he employed her to in the first place and how he over-reacts to it all is silly. (And for some reason Bobs hands were tiny in some of the scenes)

      But do like the concept of the Unforgivables.

      Sadly should the Unfofgivables appear, they'll need a villain that's similar to Xerek and a bit of retconning to be far different from their comic counterparts without being direct rip-offs (they can still use the name Xerek as a super-villain name, but they cannot use the design of the character himself, I think Bob's old boss from Insuricare from the first film would fit the mold quite well assuming Wallance Shawn is high profile enough to play a villain and is the same size as Xerek (could he be the leftover material from the first film?) especially since his business is likely in ruins after Syndrome's attack on the city and the Incredibles likely putting his business on thin ice (Frozone pun), the same would go for Mezmerella (who could be retconned to be Syndrome's sister (they do look alike after all) out for revenge which can fill in the void left by Syndrome's death (Sandra Bullock would be perfect for her) and Rollergrrl (who could be retconned to be around Violet's age (a year older) just starting out as a villain) and tries to get Violet to turn against her own family by befrending her due to the fact both are starting out in their careers (not sure which actress would fit the character the best), if that doesn't work then writing out both females and replace them with original ideas in their place.

      Granted this means the Underminer and Bomb-Voyage would need to be brought in to round-out the group as they are the only two villains whom actually originated in the first film and would need to be retconned slightly to fit with the story arc (have Underminer's battle revamped to have the family take him out swiftly (instead of just Bob and Frozone as seen in the video game adaption) and have a slight change of scenery like having them in Paris for a good 5 minutes (where they catch Bomb Voyage).

      I like the idea of a soft knock-off of the Legion of Doom. Either lead by Syndrome or Mr. Incredibles arch-nemesis. I can imagine a council table in some secret headquarters somewhere where they can discuss evil villainy and such, like who'll have what country after taking over the world or something.

      Some of the comic villains I like such as Xerek, Mezmerella and Tronasaurus (who should be voiced by Wallace Shawn if he makes it in the movie) but feel rather "meh" about the other characters.

      Sadly, Syndrome's not going to be in this movie due to his "death" at the hands of Mr. Incredible, it would be very silly of Disney/Pixar to bring him back (unless as a flashback cameo to show off his true master that was pulling the strings), hence why I think whoever the new main villain will be, is the one who caused the entire events in the first film to unfold in the first place.

      Wait the comics had a supervillain named Tronasaurus?? I am reading this right? (he seems like a guy that stepped out of the Tron universe and brought an army of dinosaurs with him), let's throw him in as the main villain (seeing as a Jurassic World 2 is coming the same year as The Incredibles II is, I would love a homage to Jurassic Park involving Violet and Dash hiding from dinos).

      TRonosaurus was some sort of giant robot dinosaur who happened to be a gangster?

      Still, since Syndromes body was not recovered doesn't proove he is dead. Thats superhero comic logic. Even if he doesn't have a rle in the movie, he'll probably show up at the very end or post-credits.

      Really can't recover his body, if his body is in a million pieces after being chopped up in his jet engine and not to mention being blown up with the plane itself, no mortal human (not even a Super) would survive that, just ask Stratogale.

      I don't see how they are going to write their way out of it if he somehow becomes the main villain yet again, it would be really pointless to even re-use the Syndrome story in a follow-up (unless in flashbacks only), a post-credits scene could work (like show what remains of him and whatnot).

      He could of survived through teleportation, ressurection or whatever. Plenty of hero comics had characters straight up die and come back later issues.

      Heck X-Men exhausted the cliché.

      Teleportation is out of the question (he doesn't have actual powers, nor he did build one in time).

      And that's the reason why I don't think Syndrome will be back at all, they're literally no need to use him as the villain (it would be a waste of a good story if the same villain was back and he was supposed to be dead).

      Well, I'm just keeping that hero cliché out there. Granted I believe you that Syndrome may not be at all needed for the sequal, just the hero tropes and all.

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      Incredibles. My most favourate Pixar movie.

      My suggestion would be making Violet, Dash and Jack-Jack older. 14 years is perhaps a bit too much to age. Maybe 2-5 years?

      The story could be set at the dawn of a new age of heroes that began after the first movie. Some of my story ideas are:

      • Bob and Helen are too concerned as parents for the safety of their children as they become more independant heroes. While every parent is always sad and concern to see their children leave the nest, the fact their children are taking on the criminal society of their city as well as new age villains, death threats and personally dealing with terrorism however makes them more terrified. Maybe once Violet and Dash "leave the nest", they have new costumes and super-identidies for themselves.
      • Non-super heroes to be introduced. While Syndrome was a villain, he became a villain because he was not a super, unlike his idol Mr. Incredible. He overcame his human limits with technology just to establish himself as the person he always wanted to be and was destroyed for it. I think it would be a nice message to say that "even if you don't have a birth right or have physical limits, you can still achieve greatness" or something like that. To think Buddy would have never became Syndrome if he was given a new creative outlet to support his heroes than being rebutted.
      • Jack-Jack is considered potentially powerful and unique even by "super" standards and is a target for villains. They want to use him as a battery or raise him as an evil heir or something like that.
      • A "knock-off" Legion of Doom. Maybe lead by Syndrome who could of survived, or maybe a new yet oldschool villain who Mr. Incredible fears or regards as nemesis.
      • Syndromes return, especially using the "If the body isn't found, they're not dead" excuse that is common in superhero comics and shows.
      • A new anti-hero, or side-villain who becomes an anti-hero.
      • More of the oldschool heroes and villains, and perhaps new ones as well. Throughout the movie and even in the DVD, we got to know plenty of superheroes but we never got to see much villains other than Syndrome, Underminer and a few names mentioned in talk.

      Heck a TV series would also just be as cool to see more of the day-to-day lives and great adventures of The Incredibles.

      Good ideas, and I think we've already been introduced to a non-super hero--Edna Mode. Edna's a technological master like Syndrome, her outfit possibly being armor, and she helps the Incredibles restore superheroes and may even have helped defeat Syndrome by giving him a cape. But I do agree with seeing a non-super hero in action, as Edna may have been unable to enter the fray due to her size and circumstances.
      Edna does have super skills in tailouring just as Syndrome has super skills in technology, but Edna is more of a business woman to superheroes than a hero herself. When it comes to a crisis she's more likely to pep-talk the nearest available hero to save the day while she would find a secured area and maybe bop a henchie on the head or something.

      While Incredibles is my most favourate of Pixar movies, it does have a bit of an unintended message that the genetically superior are socially favoured, feared and respected over those who can work hard and overcome their "common" limits. Buddy didn't become a villain for the sake of being evil, he became a villain because he wanted to be "super". Granted he messed up his chances to be "Incrediboy", but how it ended made him have a sour oppinion on heroes because of Incredibles impatience towards him. Buddy achieved his goal to be better than a "super", with the later intentions to mass produce and sell his technology so that everyone can be artificially super so that everyone can have equality... and he was deemed horrible and destroyed for it.

      All in all, just saying that while the world of The Incredible consist of regular people and super people. it would be nice if there were costumed heroes who under the capes were non-super, regular people who still do just a smuch a ssuperheroes. Perhaps there was no such heroes before the Superheroics and Anti-Super Legislation, but the end of the movie shows promise of the ban being overturned and perhaps a new age of heroes.

      That new age of heroes idea is going to be the story with Violet and Dash learning the ropes of being superheroes (think of Sky High in a way), only with their parents teaching them (while rasing Jack-Jack as a side story), they could even throw in Frozone to help out (would be a good reason to toss in his wife for a few scenes).

      It would be nice to see non-superpowered superheroes to go along the superpowered ones (Tony would make a fine addition as long as he doesn't go the route Xander did in the comics or heck even Kari McKeen), assuming they stick within the timeline of the first film.

      I don't think Violet or Dash will get new supersuits seeing as they are very popular with the ones they have on now, I could see something like a color armband or something to tell each member apart.

      Never really liked Sky High but do prefer the idea of Bob, Helen, Lucius and maybe even the NSA tutoring Violet and Dash. But not in a Young Justice kinda way because "independant team of sidekicks" trope is done to death.

      I don't think the comics or other side media count as "canon". For example if there was an Incredibles TV series then that maybe canon, but if there is a comic or book series that is well known and Disney or Pixar confirm it's part of the movies lore then yeah, thats canon. And quite honestly would not wanna see Tony or Kari become superheroes since they appear more comfortable with their civilian lives. Unless they become heroes via some power-granting macguffin with responsibilities shoved on them, but honestly would rather be introduced to a brand new hero who is a non-super under the mask.

      I'm just saying that for now The Incredibles is a superhero group that consist of the Parr family and of course have matching supersuits as uniforms by Edna. When Violet and Dash grow up, they may decide to be independant heroes or have their own supersuits that distinct their individuality and go out to have their own adventures and legacy.

      Think Dick Grayson and Tim Drake how they were both Robins, but instead of being Batmen decided to become independant heroes as Nightwing and Red Hood.

      The big question is IF they do grow up, then yeah they would need new supersuits, but with the way Disney/Pixar handles their first time sequels to new franchises and as long as the parents are still supering they won't get new suits anytime soon, seeing as we're likely getting a small timeskip (anywhere between the 1 year gap that Dory got or 2 years like Toy Story 2 did).

      Seeing a toddler Jack-Jack learning to walk would fit in well with the story.

      I imagine the movie will have growth of our favourate characters one way or another even if not into independance. Chances are the story will revolve around a family matter (such as how Bob has midlife crisis and Helen expected her husband of cheating) and superhero matter (Syndrome's evil scheme and the Parr family becoming the Incredibles.)

      So if I had to choose my prefer two ideas for "family" and "superhero" plot, it be Dash and Violet growing up and a "Legion of Doom" group of old and new villains (An anti-National Supers Agency?). Preferably lead by Mr. Incredibles true nemesis from his old days. The Joker to his Batman, the Luthor to his Superman etc. And instead of heroic bravery against his old foe, would perhaps genuinely fear him if he was a threat to his family.

      The "Legion of Doom" idea has already been done in the comics (via the Unforigivables) although I can see it happening anyways (a group that is inspired by Syndrome but has actual powers and tech to use instead of full-on tech).

      I can see Violet being more independant in the follow-up (in a 2 year setting) seeing as she's the more mature one out of the 3 kids (especially if she and Tony are an item in the sequel which we know has a decent high chance of being the storyline), but maybe not Dash as that would require his personailty to be "revamped" in some ways to be more teenager-like (although I can see him maturing if Violet gets into a bad spot with her father in regards to her teenage lifestyle (dating Tony and possibly risking her idenity/life while superheroing would make for a good story especially with super-parents).

      I haven't read the comics (nor knew of such thing until this thread) but I guess if it's already been done, it's not that much of an original idea on my part then. I just like the idea of us getting to know more Supers.

      I dunno how I'd feel for mixing teen drama with heroic responsibilities. It's been done over on Disney Channels that if it will be done again, rather be done in a way that truely has consequence of actions that "It all works out alright in the end" just because audience goers are here for good feels.

      The last bit actually sounds like it can be done without it becoming too similar to the Disney Channel stuff, it has been done before, but Pixar usually comes up with neat ideas.

      Getting to know more Supers outside of the Parrs would both put and take pressure off the family (knowing Bob, he would try to get the family out to do Supering stuff more to try and one-up the others, where as Violet and Dash would probably be a bit relaxed by not having to do superhero stuff a lot).

      Finding out about these comics, I've read some of them. The whole Jack-Jack makes henchmen turn super because Helen had an alien virus during her pregnancy story is kinda ridiculous if you ask me and really hope the comic is regarded non-canon. And Bob not realising it was his daughter stealing from that scientist he employed her to in the first place and how he over-reacts to it all is silly. (And for some reason Bobs hands were tiny in some of the scenes)

      But do like the concept of the Unforgivables.

      Sadly should the Unfofgivables appear, they'll need a villain that's similar to Xerek and a bit of retconning to be far different from their comic counterparts without being direct rip-offs (they can still use the name Xerek as a super-villain name, but they cannot use the design of the character himself, I think Bob's old boss from Insuricare from the first film would fit the mold quite well assuming Wallance Shawn is high profile enough to play a villain and is the same size as Xerek (could he be the leftover material from the first film?) especially since his business is likely in ruins after Syndrome's attack on the city and the Incredibles likely putting his business on thin ice (Frozone pun), the same would go for Mezmerella (who could be retconned to be Syndrome's sister (they do look alike after all) out for revenge which can fill in the void left by Syndrome's death (Sandra Bullock would be perfect for her) and Rollergrrl (who could be retconned to be around Violet's age (a year older) just starting out as a villain) and tries to get Violet to turn against her own family by befrending her due to the fact both are starting out in their careers (not sure which actress would fit the character the best), if that doesn't work then writing out both females and replace them with original ideas in their place.

      Granted this means the Underminer and Bomb-Voyage would need to be brought in to round-out the group as they are the only two villains whom actually originated in the first film and would need to be retconned slightly to fit with the story arc (have Underminer's battle revamped to have the family take him out swiftly (instead of just Bob and Frozone as seen in the video game adaption) and have a slight change of scenery like having them in Paris for a good 5 minutes (where they catch Bomb Voyage).

      I like the idea of a soft knock-off of the Legion of Doom. Either lead by Syndrome or Mr. Incredibles arch-nemesis. I can imagine a council table in some secret headquarters somewhere where they can discuss evil villainy and such, like who'll have what country after taking over the world or something.

      Some of the comic villains I like such as Xerek, Mezmerella and Tronasaurus (who should be voiced by Wallace Shawn if he makes it in the movie) but feel rather "meh" about the other characters.

      Sadly, Syndrome's not going to be in this movie due to his "death" at the hands of Mr. Incredible, it would be very silly of Disney/Pixar to bring him back (unless as a flashback cameo to show off his true master that was pulling the strings), hence why I think whoever the new main villain will be, is the one who caused the entire events in the first film to unfold in the first place.

      Wait the comics had a supervillain named Tronasaurus?? I am reading this right? (he seems like a guy that stepped out of the Tron universe and brought an army of dinosaurs with him), let's throw him in as the main villain (seeing as a Jurassic World 2 is coming the same year as The Incredibles II is, I would love a homage to Jurassic Park involving Violet and Dash hiding from dinos).

      TRonosaurus was some sort of giant robot dinosaur who happened to be a gangster?

      Still, since Syndromes body was not recovered doesn't proove he is dead. Thats superhero comic logic. Even if he doesn't have a rle in the movie, he'll probably show up at the very end or post-credits.

      Really can't recover his body, if his body is in a million pieces after being chopped up in his jet engine and not to mention being blown up with the plane itself, no mortal human (not even a Super) would survive that, just ask Stratogale.

      I don't see how they are going to write their way out of it if he somehow becomes the main villain yet again, it would be really pointless to even re-use the Syndrome story in a follow-up (unless in flashbacks only), a post-credits scene could work (like show what remains of him and whatnot).

      He could of survived through teleportation, ressurection or whatever. Plenty of hero comics had characters straight up die and come back later issues.

      Heck X-Men exhausted the cliché.

      Teleportation is out of the question (he doesn't have actual powers, nor he did build one in time).

      And that's the reason why I don't think Syndrome will be back at all, they're literally no need to use him as the villain (it would be a waste of a good story if the same villain was back and he was supposed to be dead).

      Well, I'm just keeping that hero cliché out there. Granted I believe you that Syndrome may not be at all needed for the sequal, just the hero tropes and all.

      And flashbacks, there's a lot of things that we don't know about what Syndrome did (aside from killing Superheroes and possibly selling his tech on the black market) during his 15 year rampage (I think he was being used as a means to an end for a much more eviler higher power villain that's operating behind the scenes).

      This could help with Mirage's backstory in some way, should she return in the story (she herself was sent by the same villain to keep Syndrome in check and prevent him from trying to do things his own way like destroy Metroville with his last Omnidroid (which then attacks him, meaning that the Omnidroid protect wasn't his to begin with.)

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    • I do like Mirage. Hope we see her again in a positive light.

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    • Mystic Monkey wrote:
      I do like Mirage. Hope we see her again in a positive light.

      Considering that the next 2 Pixar films have female Latina actresses in the lead roles (Cristela Alonzo for Cars 3), I'm 100% sure Mirage has a spot in the sequel.

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    • Nice. Looking forward to it.

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    • Mystic Monkey wrote:
      Nice. Looking forward to it.

      Yup.

      I'm pretty sure that Cristela would make a fine voice for Mirage.

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    • XavierPanama wrote:
      Carebearheart wrote:
      let's share ideas for the upcoming sequel. mine are right here!
      • Violet is the protagonist
      • Four new superheroes appear
      • the main villains are the same people who outlawed superheroes, who want to make sure the law isn't reversed
      • John Ratzenberger voices a larger role than this one
       

      So is. I like your idea that I wish Violet Parr is the protagonist in The Incredibles 2.

      Bad news: It did not work and Violet's mother is already the main character in the sequel.

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    • XavierPanama wrote:
      XavierPanama wrote:
      Carebearheart wrote:
      let's share ideas for the upcoming sequel. mine are right here!
      • Violet is the protagonist
      • Four new superheroes appear
      • the main villains are the same people who outlawed superheroes, who want to make sure the law isn't reversed
      • John Ratzenberger voices a larger role than this one
       

      So is. I like your idea that I wish Violet Parr is the protagonist in The Incredibles 2.

      Bad news: It did not work and Violet's mother is already the main character in the sequel.

      Seeing as there's already talks going on online about the possibility of an Incredibles 3, that's when Violet will take the lead (there's a bit of teasing going on between Violet and Tony and Violet's growing friendship with Voyd), while closing out the character arcs on Bob and Helen from the 2nd film (which was underdeveloped).

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    • I haven't seen the new movie yet (Waiting for it to show in my local cinema) but from what it looks like from the trailers, it looks like it recycles the plot from the first movie.



      In the first movie Bob is offered some job by a mysterious benefactor who by a facade appears sociable, trusting and with public interest in mind. This leaves Helen proud with her husband new job but struggles with home life until the family has to go and help Bob. Bob admits what he's doing is a matter of pride but the family reminds him that they're stronger as a family.

      In this movies trailers Helen is offered some job by a mysterious benefactor who by a facade appears sociable, trusting and with public interest in mind. This leaves Bob proud with his wifes new job but struggles with home life. The family will probably have to go and help Helen. Helen may admits what she's doing is a matter of pride but the family reminds her that they're stronger as a family.

      There are some differences, or more precise, opposites as in the first movie, Helen manages being a lone-mother well while the father spends days working as a superhero without her awareness while in this movie Bob struggles working as a lone-father while is completely aware of what his wife is doing.

      Atleast thats the impression I get from the trailers.

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    • I finally got to see Incredibles 2 in 3D!

      To a degree I was right it recycles the plot but not a role reversal sort of thing with Helen instead of Bob. I also worked out who Screenslavers identidy was rather quickly though I almost thought otherwise. I dunno if the movie intended it to be a mystery or not.

      I love that the movie introduced more superheroes, especially of different cultures given the embassadors brought a hero from their own country to represent them.

      Kinda dissapointed nothing on Syndrome. I figured "just because the body is not found, doesn't mean he's dead", but not even a post-credit scene so maybe he is dead.

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