There may be some bumps (and delays) in the road, but Marvel Studios is slowly approaching the end of Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Stages 1-3, also known as the Infinity Saga, led to the final confrontation with Thanos over the Infinity Stones. With the Mad Titan and cosmic artifacts in the rearview mirror, a new saga awaits fans. Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige had a smattering of what’s next for the MCU, with all signs pointing to a comic book event series. secret war, Fans on social media have started showing their excitement about this possibility. secret war Doing it on the big screen.
“As we near the end of Phase 4, I think people will start to see where this next saga is going,” revealed Feige total movie (Via sports radar) “I think there’s already a number of clues that are clear, at least to me, as to where this whole saga is going. But we’ll be a little more direct about it in the coming months, setting out a plan.” for, so that viewers who want to see the big picture can see a smaller, smaller, smaller bit more of the roadmap.”
projects like Marvel what if…?, bottle gourd, Spider-Man: No Way HomeAnd Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness have started sowing seeds for secret war, Every streaming series or feature film has had a connection to the multiverse, in which bottle gourd Jonathan Majors’ Kang the Conqueror and Doctor Strange 2 are titled “Intrusion”, where two alternate Earths collide. The MCU’s Secret Wars will be inspired by the 2015 crossover event from creators Jonathan Hickman and Esad Ribik. Other major players in the comic book version of Secret Wars include the Fantastic Four and Doctor Doom, who have yet to officially make their MCU debut other than John Krasinski playing Reed Richards. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,
Keep reading to know what fans are saying about it secret warStay tuned to ComicBook.com as more details emerge!
Secret Wars Need to Wait for Step 6
It’s better to keep Secret Wars in step 6 or else it will feel rushed. Doom isn’t completely out yet, same with Congo https://t.co/Lx4ZYAP08Z
— alexander (@a13xre) 20 June 2022
Secret Wars Can’t Happen Without FF and Doom
I’m going to throw my hat away with everyone saying the same thing.
If MCU Secret Wars is coming, please prepare the Fantastic Four and Doom properly to feature heavily, as they did in the comics.
— damagedirect (@damagedirect) 20 June 2022
The winner was sprayed in the secret war with Kang?
I’d be surprised if this isn’t a Secret Wars/Kang the Conqueror spin. Looks like Multiverse War is where it’s headed, and if it is, it’s going to be bigger than Endgame’s fight https://t.co/3mYtkkXKJO
— Nathan Coker (@ncavalanche) 20 June 2022
How about Avengers vs X-Men instead?
If we’re nearing the end, I’m thinking maybe the Secret Wars saga or the X-Men vs. The Avengers saga https://t.co/J2m02v3i21
— Beanie Baby Hughes (@HughTubeGaming) 20 June 2022
Which secret war?
The question is, however, which secret wars? It’s been two. The first one, where Spider-Man got the black suit, and the more recent one… I don’t think I have to tell you what I’m expecting.
— Brennan Hearn (@InsomniacFurre) 20 June 2022
Don’t Let This Be Another Mephisto Swerve
If it’s not a secret war it will be Mephisto again but I think most of the hints and the story is headed for it. Easiest way to start a “clean” slate and reconnect x men. Gives us a fair fresh start without the long story.
— Mackie Ray (@boomrrang) 20 June 2022
Marvel has thrown it in our faces
Pointing out secret wars like they haven’t thrown it in our faces in the last few movies https://t.co/6mCcGpMAeY
— Spencer Vogel (@countrydumb662) 20 June 2022
makes perfect sense
Call it now, Secret Warfare is where the MCU is heading – the new age of heroes, diversified, legacies, introductions and explanations on universe-wide power (the celestials and above) – just makes perfect sense and is massive. makes bets https://t.co/21G47WDPJe
— Ethan Webb (HE/HIM) (@esweegie) 20 June 2022
Do not put your faith in this news source or website. You never know…
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