One of the most memorable characters Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness It’s America Chavez. The heroine won the sympathy of the public as well as other juvenile characters that have appeared in the MCU, such as Kate Bishop and Wanda’s twins. But… what if the appearance of all these young people is not a simple coincidence? What if it’s all part of Kevin Feige’s plan to introduce the group known as Young Avengers in the MCU?
The Young Avengers (as they are also known in Spanish) were created in 2005 by the writer Allan Heinberg. One of the elements that differentiated them from the original Avengers is that they were not smaller versions of them, but each character had his powers and a quite original background.
With all the possibilities that the MCU is presenting to us, it is almost a fact that at some point we will see this group in some movie for themselves. How close are we to it? Nobody knows, because we have hardly seen a few. Kevin Feige, the mastermind behind all the Marvel movies, is the only one who has the answer to that.
When in Entertainment Weekly Feige was asked about the possibility of seeing this group on the big screen, this he replied:
“As a fan of comics, everything that happens there is always our inspiration and our guiding point. You can see that Phase 4 is introducing all kinds of characters with infinite potential. Now all of us at Marvel Studios feel like Nick Fury at the end of Iron Man 1 because new actors and performers come in and we tell them they’re part of a bigger universe.”
Which characters of the Young Avengers are they already in the MCU?
In addition to América Chávez, the MCU series have served to get to know and delve a little into other characters that could be of great importance for future phases of this successful franchise.
Billy and Tommy Maximoff made their first appearance on WandaVision as part of the reality that Wanda Maximoff created to form a happy destiny with Vision. In the comics, the youngsters are able to replicate the powers of Wanda and her uncle Pietro (Quicksilver). Even during the final chapters of the series we can witness his abilities. The only difference is that their ages still don’t correspond to those of their printed counterpart.
Kate Bishop appeared in hawk eye and was one of the highlights of the series. His camaraderie with Clint Barton showed us that he can be a fundamental part of the future of the MCU and his abilities should not be underestimated.
Eli Bradley was introduced in The Falcon and The Winter Soldier. She did not have a very large participation, but she was present and that was enough to have expectations about what she can contribute.
Cassie Lang will play a pivotal role in Ant-Man: Quantumania. The character that Kathryn Newton will now give life to is the daughter of Scott Lang, Ant-Man, and consequently, she can repeat her abilities.
One of the many surprises Loki (the series) was to discover all the variants that exist of the character throughout the multiverse. Jack Veal brought to life Kid Loki, who, according to many fans, looks identical to the comic book version. It sounds hard to see someone else like this character, but he can bring a very interesting versatility.
Ms. Marvel will arrive this June with her exclusive series for Disney Plus. The character faces some criticism for how she will bring her powers to the screen, but the studio trusts her, so much so that she will participate alongside Captain Marvel in her second film: the marvels.
What will Kevin Feige’s plan be? Do you think that a project of the Young Avengers in the MCU?
John Joseph Cruz I am one of those who always defended Robert Pattinson as Batman and can see the same movie in the cinema up to 7 times. My guilty pleasure? Low budget horror movies.