What if the Watcher decided to be Nick Fury, and organize his own version of the Avengers to battle Ultimate Ultron? It creates a solid season finale with an ending that seems too tidy but really isn’t. It also suggests a lot of interesting stories next year.
What if Ultron won….and found out this universe isn’t the only one? That’s the premise for this week’s episode. It forces the Watcher to do more than watch, while two Avengers hope an unlikely ally will take Ultron down.
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Thor as the Norse God of Partying? The Watcher says this would have happened if he didn’t have a trickster as a half-brother. He still would have fell for Jane Foster, though, while her friend would wind up in a Vegas wedding. Even Captain Marvel gets involved. It’s a wacky sitcom…until the last minute
The creation of Iron Man was the birth of the MCU, but what if it never happened? Imagine if Tony Stark was rescued by Erik Killmonger in Afghanistan, and it wound up becoming a friendship with unexpected results.
Hawkeye is coming to Disney Plus, and a trailer is out. He’ll have his hands full with bad guys, a girl who might be him eventually, and eventually Yelena Belova
This week is another dark episode, this time turning Marvel super-heroes into zombies. The horror comes not only from how this happens, but from how fate creates several roadblocks. There are also several callbacks to previous episodes.
Can an Asian martial-arts hero make a big splash in the MCU? Shang-Chi proves he can, with a great story, a complex villain and a gal pal who could be the next big thing in the MCU.
What if Doctor Strange became the Sorcerer Supreme, but not because a car accident ended his medical career? This episode gets very dark as a man is obsessed over changing the past, but literally losing everything.
It’s finally time for Daniel Craig’s final James Bond movie, and we have both trailers.