Got idea for how Marvel Studio decided on making Young Avengers. If they make a into movie, instead a series like on Disney+. HBO Max get the Titans. About Disney + developing Young Avengers as series with bigger budgets and lot more fun adventures/comedy/characters development. It would be a blast. We seem members so far have Billy, Tommy, Elijah Bradley, Kid Loki, Kate, Cassie and American Chavez. Plus Kevin Feige on board idea of Young Avengers!
What you’re think what you’re want Young Avengers be like? A movie or a series and what members you’re to seen in the team.
So I have a question. In the final episode of Loki we see the timeline branching out do to the death of her who remains. Which opens the Multiverse. Which some people call the marvel cinematic Multiverse. Which brings me this question. Is this a new marvel Multiverse? Which if the answer is yes than that means that the regular mcu can now be earth 616 so it can be the same number as the main universe in the comics.
I am honestly more excited about what if ...? Than ms.marvel and Hawkeye...I love the concept of endless possibilities ....
If this series is going to be a canon to MCU I would love it....
And one more question
Are the episodes of what if ....? Standalone or somehow interconnected ??
Follows Eric and Kevin Masterson, Eric Masterson was present at the crash site of Mjolnir and was one of the people trying to pull it out. Ever since he has been obsessed with Thor.
The series follows the father and son on a search for the displaced souls sent to earth after Ragnarok. Sees the return of Skurge, Fandral, Hogun, and Volstagg without their memories at first. (Not Loki, Odin, Frigga, or Heimdall since they died either before or after Ragnarok)
Feel free to suggest antagonists etc.
Hi Guys check out all my thoughts in the link below. Is Spoiler Free.
Here's what I think of Disney plus Marvel shows
3. Falcon and Winter Soldier
Do you agree with my thoughts on Loki? Or was dialing down his character a major issue for you guys?
So people are really hating what marvel did to taskmaster in black window because its not him!
Its a woman!
And people on twitter are angry cause they know this was wrong!
The MCU had done this before and people do not like this at all for big reasons but this was the worst!
The taskmaster is an popular character! and fans were piss as hell for what they did to this character!
And now people are demanding that they give us the real taskmaster in the MCU because people see this situation similar to the Mandarin were people were upset about that twist in iron man 3 cause they hated what they did to the Mandarin and later on we found out that the real Mandarin dose indeed exist
So people are hoping and asking that marvel give us the real taskmaster in the MCU just like how they did with the Mandarin
Cause people want the real one and someone is going to star making petitions of it very soon.
Before I begin I'd like to point out that this is not a universe created by Marvel, and is just what I decided to call my "What If?" universe.
A little while ago, I made a post asking you for "What If?" ideas for the MCU. I then imagined the MCU with a few of those changes (I will try and do all of them but I may not be able to.)
The changes I have made are the following:
What if various non-MCU Marvel movies were in the MCU?
The movies I chose were:
Deadpool (2016). The X-Men now exist and are composed of Colossus, Logan, and Negasonic Teenage Warhead. Also, Deadpool was accepted into the Avengers.
Logan (2017). Logan was an X-Man in 2016 and X23-23 becomes a Young Avenger in the year 2032 (at age 15). Also, the X-Men and Avengers help each other in this universe.
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018). The movie takes place in 2034, and the Spider-Man that dies at the beginning is the MCU Spider-Man. Miles Morales becomes a Young Avenger in the year 2035 (at age 15).
What if Abomination had continued to appear?
Abomination is freed from his prison in Thor: The Dark World, appears in Captain America: The Winter Soldier (now sane) as a Hydra Agent, he is also in Avengers: Age of Ultron now questioning his decision to join Hydra, in Captain America: Civil War, Abomination joins Steve's side and goes on the run until Infinity War.
What if Thanos hadn't destroyed the stones?
For starters, Thanos is locked up, 2,000 miles below the surface of the Earth, in an adamantium prison with 300 highly trained soldiers guarding him. Then, Thor dives into a deep depression over how he's lost everything; his mother, his father, his best friend, Mjolnir, his brother, and even Asgard itself. This causes him to attach the Infinity Stones to Stormbreaker and make a perfect world for himself. A world that begins with a scene reminiscent of Thor's crowning in Thor (2011). The Avengers attempt to make Thor give up the Stones and his new reality, he says no and they fight. Unfortunately for the remaining heroes, Thor now has the Odinforce, Mjolnir, Stormbreaker, and the Infinity Stones. Thor kills them all in a berserker rage and is immediately overcome with anguish. He eventually decides to give up this reality and set things back to the way they were before the snap. Thor takes on the name Azaleth and ventures into the cosmos, still in possession of Mjolnir, Stormbreaker, and the Stones.
So, tell me what you think and if you want to contribute, the link to the original post is here: https://marvel.fandom.com/f/p/4400000000003469543
Not to name names but I found https://marvel.fandom.com/wiki/Thor:_Ragnarok
on this wiki but it’s all about the MCU film and not the comic villain. Is this appropriate/allowed on this wiki or should it be on the https://marvelcinematicuniverse.fandom.com/wiki/Marvel_Cinematic_Universe_Wiki instead?
Help much appreciated!