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Obviously, the MCU can not reproduce this part of the comic book Marvel
The following was adapted from YouTuber Patrick Willems & # 39; a new essay Restrictions Marvel Cinematic Universe – Part 2 . "
The most important innovation of Marvel Cinematic Universe was the transfer of serialized stories from comic strips to feature films: the set of current stories that exist in one world, sometimes overlap and overlap. But what does "comic story" mean in the 21st century?
Marvel publishes dozens of current episodes each month, each of which is dedicated to all the characters or teams we know: Captain America, Iron Man, Spider-Man, Avengers, Fantastic Four, Smilyvets, Captain Marvel and others. For decades, these series have received new issues every month, and are likely to be for decades. Regardless of what's going on in different parts of the Marvel universe, stories about these characters continue.
Every year, Marvel releases a major event of events, as a civil war that shares Marvel's heroes in an ideological battle; The secret invasion, that the Earth invades the Army of Scrolls, changing shape; or House M, in which the mental disorder Scarlet Witches has created an alternative reality. These stories always end in a way that changes the universe and establishes a new status quo (or, as Marvel says, "Nothing will be the same!"). This new status quo is being investigated in various current series for the following year. At the end of the Civil War, Sherone Carter, who was brainwashing, killed Steve Rogers, and the series explored the consequences: Baki, called the Winter Soldier, took over the captain of the mantle of Captain America and Tony Stark became director of SHIELD and created a new