Maybe Sarge is actually Coulson's long lost twin brother who was abducted by aliens.
Not bad at all. Don't care much about the whole "pre-snap" mantra because it doesn't make any sense.
Looks like S.H.I.E.L.D. is semilegal again, with so many new recruits and openly operating in public. Also, I'd say this episode successfully confirms that Rumlow's STRIKE team from the movies and May's STRIKE team from S4 (which was reformed and greatly expanded here) are one and the same. I mean, May's main STRIKE symbol is nearly identical to Rumlow's secondary STRIKE symbol (the only difference is the number of stars), they are both S.H.I.E.L.D.'s main team to deal with big crises (like the Battle of New York in Endgame), and in this episode they even mentioned STRIKE team Delta whose members included Hawkeye and Black Widow in The Avengers.
I think Fitz is doing what he's doing to himself to stop the Doctor persona from resurfacing. Or maybe he already is the Doctor and he's injecting himself to keep the good Fitz asleep.
I'm glad the Confederacy wasn't just discarded. This is a universe set a year after Thanos' death in the main timeline (in Endgame) which means a new galactic power should rise.
It is the same for Norse mythology, yes, but this isn't Norse mythology. This is the Marvel Cinematic Universe where they aren't gods. Odin himself said so. "We are not gods! We're born, we live, we die, just as humans do."
There is a topic to discuss Avengers: Endgame and everything in it. You can leave your questions and comments there.
@Yoghen Thiran You didn't break the record. The Soul Stone topic in the forums contains over 400 replies.
If you are talking about the "Thanos in Endgame *Spoilers*" topic, it was deleted because there's already a topic to discuss Avengers: Endgame and everything in it. You can leave your questions and comments there.
Looks like S.H.I.E.L.D. is legal again. They are openly showing their logo in the public.
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Which Spider-Man are we talking about - Peter Parker, Miles Morales, Otto Octavius, or Ben Reilly?
Read the articles.
@Miguel Evaristo That's funny because my opinion is completely opposite. It would be great to see Doctor Doom in the MCU without the Fantastic Four.
I hope they will follow Taskmaster's comic book origin of a rogue S.H.I.E.L.D. agent who forgot his identitiy and mission.
This issue has already been discussed several times. As long as some official MCU material says Martin Starr's character is Amadus Cho, he is Amadeus Cho. If some future MCU product says he's not (by introducing another Amadeus Cho) then we'll discuss this again. But for the time being, he is. And Greg Pak's word means nothing, because he has no connection to the MCU.
They can't fit into the MCU timeline. Mutants, Deadpoool, etc, don't exist in the MCU.
Maybe you share an IP address with someone who was blocked some time earlier. Try editing the Wiki from some other device in another location.
Have you tried editing anything else?
There is a topic to discuss Captain Marvel. Leave your post there. Multiple topics about the same subject will be deleted.
I'm still confused with a few things. Are the Pegasus facility and the Joint Dark Energy Mission Facility where Project P.E.G.A.S.U.S. scientists studied the Tesseract in Thor and The Avengers supposed to be the same location? Did anyone notice a plane similar to Red Skull's Valkyrie in the Pegasus hangar? If the Tesseract was active here why wasn't it active when Fury showed it to Erik Selvig in Thor?