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150 Marvel Facts That Will Convince You That You Are A Super Fan

We’re all fascinated by the world of comic books and superheroes to some level. We’ve all fantasized of having our own superpowers as children.
Pop culture now brings us closer to this world by bringing it to life on television. Despite the la

We’re all fascinated by the world of comic books and superheroes to some level. We’ve all fantasized of having our own superpowers as children.

Pop culture now brings us closer to this world by bringing it to life on television. Despite the large number of films and television series accessible, some of us still have a desire for more. Here are the must-know Marvel facts for any type of fan to help you scratch that itch.



  • In 1939, Martin Goodman released the first Marvel comic.
  • As of 2009, Marvel had published 32,000 comics.
  • Human Torch was the first Marvel hero to debut in a comic book.
  • From 1945 to 1965, Marvel published romance comics.
  • Timely Publications used to be the name of Marvel Comics.



  • Captain America was originally designed as a propaganda effort for the United States army during WWII.
  • All five of the original members of the Avengers resigned at one point.
  • The first African-American member of the Avengers was Black Panther.
  • Nightcrawler is a devout follower of the Catholic faith.
  • Charles Xavier’s ability to walk has come and gone countless times.
  • No one really understands what Namor’s battle cry, Imperius rex, means.
  • Alicia Masters is The Thing’s wife.
  • There is a Japanese Spider-Man who was given his abilities by aliens.
  • Betsy Braddock’s consciousness was switched with Kwannon to become Psylocke.
  • The Human Torch was the first Marvel comic book ever published.



  • Captain America was not one of the Avengers’ original members.
  • Deadpool is a superhero who is a member of the Avengers.
  • During the Fear Itself story arc, Colossus obtained the powers of Juggernaut.
  • Transformers, Zoids, and Doctor Who were previously under Marvel’s control.
  • The Scarlet Witch constructed a parallel universe in which she and Vision were married and had children.


    Wakanda’s people speak an actual language.

    The official language of Wakanda is a Xhosa dialect that is largely spoken in Zimbabwe and South Africa. These locations are also in close proximity to Wakanda’s location in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

    Marvel was on the verge of purchasing DC.

    During Marvel’s heyday in 1984, the president of Warner Communications’ publishing approached former Marvel editor Jim Shooter about licensing the whole DC Comics universe’s publishing rights.

    DC turned down the offer and continued to print comic books. After Marvel filed for bankruptcy in 1996, DC became a hit with fans.

    In ancient Egypt, S.H.I.E.L.D. commenced operations.

    The Brotherhood of the Shield was their original name. With the passage of time, it began to recruit historical figures such as Leonardo da Vinci and Isaac Newton.

    Jihad was introduced eleven days before the September 11th attacks.

    Jihad was first introduced as a character bent on world conquest and devastation. However, the character was written off owing to the sensitivity surrounding the historical occurrence of 9/11.

    There is a frog with Thor’s abilities.

    Throg is the name of this small amphibian who wields the Frog Mjolnir. This frog also has a resemblance to the amphibious form in which Thor was once transformed.

    Despite their many similarities, Thor and Throg are supposed to be very separate entities.

    Iron Man was played by Dr. Doom for a short time.

    Dr. Doom assumed the role of Iron Man when Tony Stark became incapacitated during an obligatory super-powered battle with Captain Marvel in Civil War II. The Infamous Iron Man was given to Dr. Doom.

    The word’sex’ was hidden throughout the material of the X-Men issue number 118.

    Many people recognized the word’sex’ disguised in the background art of Ethan Van Sciver’s latest X-Men issue. After this information was revealed in a magazine, readers identified 18 instances of the word, equating to nearly one instance every page.

    Michael Jackson attempted to purchase Marvel Comics in the past.

    Michael Jackson, the King of Pop, attempted to purchase Marvel Comics in the early 1990s. What is the explanation for this? In his version of the film, he wanted to play Spider-Man.

    In an interview with Moviefone, Stan Lee stated that while he thought Jackson would be a wonderful fit for the role, Tobey Maguire was a superior fit.

    A maintenance unit exists in the Marvel universe.

    Damage Control is a fitting name for this unique unit. This firm is a construction corporation in the Marvel Comics universe that specializes in restoring property damage caused by battles between heroes and villains.

    The fourth issue of Marvel Age Annual featured this ensemble for the first time.

    Deadpool was influenced by Deathstroke.

    Deadpool, one of Marvel’s most popular characters, was created as a parody of Slade Wilson’s wicked alter ego, Deathstroke. The fact that Deadpool’s secret identity was Wade Wilson was an inside joke among Marvel employees since the two characters were related.

    As time went by, Deadpool’s character was re-imagined as a psychotic anti-hero. What’s your take on Marvel Facts?

    The character Nick Fury was designed using Samuel L. Jackson’s likeness as a model.

    Nick Fury’s early concept art has a remarkable similarity to Samuel L. Jackson, even before the Marvel cinematic universe’s films were completed. Samuel immediately called his lawyers and Marvel Studios to secure his roles in the next Marvel Cinematic films when he noticed the likeness.

    Venom is the work of a fan.

    Randy Schueller startled Marvel Comics when he entered a contest for promising illustrators in 1982. He sent in concept art for a plot in which Spider-Man upgrades his suit to all black in order to be more stealthy.

    After a few months, Marvel contacted Schueller and offered him $220 for the idea, as well as the opportunity to write the new tale with his illustrations.

    Godfather’s creator tried his hand at writing for Marvel at one point.

    Mario Puzo remarked that creating comic books was too tough for him, and so asked Stan Lee if he could try writing comic book scripts instead. Mario Puzo, however, was unable to do so despite Stan Lee’s agreement.

    Puzo went on to author some of the world’s best-selling books. One of Marvel’s more surprising truths.

    Animals form a group of avengers.

    Marvel released Lockjaw and the Pet Avengers Unleashed, a four-issue comic book limited series in 2009. Several animal friends associated with Marvel Comics superheroes make up the team.

    Lockjaw, Throg, Redwing, Lockheed, Hairball, and Ms. Lion are among the animal companions in this squad.

    Marvel was the first comic book publisher to publish a black superhero.

    Luke Cage debuted as himself in Luke Cage: Hero for Hire # 1 in June 1972. In the comic, he adopts the alias Power Man and undertakes heroic missions for a price.

    Werewolves were forbidden in Marvel’s publications.

    Werewolves and vampires were outlawed by the Comics Code Authority back then. As a result, Marvel had to come up with ways to get around the rule, which was problematic given the fact that werewolves are a traditional villain stereotype.

    This unusual provision is demonstrated by the were-pterodactyl that appeared in X-Men issue 60, published in 1969.

    Peter Parker is an anthropomorphic pig in an alternate Spider-Man universe.

    Instead of the well-known Peter Parker, Spider-Ham is the world’s hero. In 1983, Tom DeFalco and Mark Armstrong came up with the idea for Spider-Ham.

    The comic book is intended to be a lighthearted parody of Marvel’s Spider-Man series.

    Captain Marvel, the first, died of cancer.

    Mar-Vell was a member of the Kree empire’s blue-skinned minority who rose to prominence as a renowned soldier and hero after defeating the Skrulls in combat. On Earth, however, he was exposed to a nerve gas, which led him to get cancer.

    On his deathbed, he spent his final days on Saturn’s moon Titan with his closest friends and mentor.

    Amalgam comics combine characters from both DC and Marvel comics.

    Amalgam was a publishing house that collaborated with both DC and Marvel Comics. Superheroes such as Batman and Wolverine were mixed to create the character Dark Claw, and Superman and Captain America were renamed Super-Soldier in the merged periodicals.

    The publishing house went out of business in 1997 after being launched in 1996.

    Wolverine was supposed to be a wolverine in real life.

    When the story group began exploring ideas for Wolverine’s origins in 1977, one very unusual suggestion was made. Originally, the figure was supposed to start off as a wolverine before mutating into a human.

    The plan was finally rejected and never used after considerable debate and discussion. That’s one of the stranger Marvel facts.

    In Thor: Ragnarok, Thor’s phrase “He’s a business pal” was not scripted.

    The statement was suggested to Chris Hemsworth by a child from the Make A Wish Foundation during a break between filming. Hemsworth tried it because the director, Taika Waititi, encouraged the actors to improvise lines during filming.

    As a result, the line has gone on to become one of the best in Marvel history. It was all owing to one child that social media exploded with the release of the official Thor: Ragnarok teaser.

    Dr. Donald Blake was Thor’s previous disguise.

    Odin created this man to serve as Thor’s host and to teach his son the value of humility. Donald Blake, on the other hand, got his own life and consciousness once he and Thor were separated.

    With Fox, Marvel faced a number of legal issues.

    One of the Marvel facts that will make you appreciate the industry’s complexity is: To avoid bankruptcy in the 1990s, Marvel had to sell the rights to the X-Men and Fantastic Four characters. As a result, some terminology in the Marvel Cinematic Universe have had to be rewritten.

    Changing the term “mutant” to “metahuman” or “enhanced beings” is an example.

    Marvel owns the Men in Black franchise.

    The rights to The Men in Black were formerly owned by Malibu Comics, but Marvel purchased them in 1994. This would imply that Marvel produced all films, television shows, and video games.

    With each shooting location, Steve Rogers’ catch-up list changes.

    In Captain America: The First Avenger, Steve Roger’s catch up list contained several major pop culture references for whatever country the film was screening in at the time. In Australia, Steve’s list included Steve Irwin and for the United Kingdom, the 1966 World Cup Final and The Beatles’s music.

    The Marvel Cinematic Universe was established by Kevin Feige.

    Feige was originally hired as an assistant on the first X-Men picture. However, he was given an associate producer credit when another producer had discovered that he was a human Marvel encyclopedia.

    Feige went on to become the head of Marvel Studios later on.

    Carol Danvers used to go by the codename binary.

    Carol Danvers was given this new codename after being exposed to new cosmic-level energy power in Uncanny X-men issue number 164 published in 1982. However, she only kept this name for a short time as her powers eventually returned to that of when she was Ms. Marvel.

    This led her to change her codename again to Warbird before eventually coming to be known as Captain Marvel.

    Tom Holland discovered he was chosen for the role of Spider-Man through Instagram.

    To the surprise of many, the public knew about Tom Holland’s casting as Spider-Man before he did. Holland stated in an interview with Ellen DeGeneres that he had been auditioning for the role for nearly five months.

    During his last audition, he was told that they would reveal the final cast the next day. However, six weeks passed and he had not been contacted yet until he had discovered the casting online.

    The richest Marvel superhero is Thor.

    Not only is thor of royalty, but he is also a God. His family owns several vaults filled with treasures and statues collected from several worlds.

    Moreover, he also holds a prestigious status that far surpasses that of T’Challa’s. Asgardians are also considered to be highly advanced aliens and be wealthy enough to consider gold as something cheap.

    Black Widow is older than she appears to be.

    While the Marvel Cinematic Universe continues to be vague regarding Natasha Romanov’s age, there are a few hints that show she may be well past her thirties. However, in the comics, thanks to various medical treatments and technology have allowed her to live for decades.

    In the comics, she is said to be well over 70 years of age already.

    Peggy Carter had an unscripted scene in The First Avenger that made it to the final cut.

    During the scene where Captain America steps out of the chamber that turned him superhuman, Peggy Carter examines a shirtless Steve Rogers with her hands. Because of how spontaneous this scene flowed together it was kept for the authenticity.

    Robert Downey Jr. was nearly rejected for the role of Iron Man.

    If not for Jon Favreau insisting that Robert Downey Jr. should play the role of Iron Man, Downey Jr. would not have been so lucky. Marvel producers initially saw Downey Jr’s alcoholic habits as a red flag and believed that he would not be suitable for the role.

    Deadpool and Ajax fought on a heli-carrier, which is a homage to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

    The two characters are seen fighting on top of a disassembled Heli-carrier that looks identical to the ones employed by the organization S.H.I.E.L.D. near the end of the Deadpool film. However, after seeing this, Fox encouraged Marvel to make the plane seem a little different in order to prevent any potential Disney litigation.

    Marvel Studios owns the trademark on the term “zombies.”

    A comic book called Tale of the Zombie was published by Marvel Comics in 1973. Marvel trademarked the name “Zombie” for use in their comic books for a long period.

    However, they abandoned the trademark in 1996 after recognizing that enforcing it on this word would be almost difficult.

    Vin Diesel himself recorded Groot’s lines multiple times.

    Vin Diesel also filmed himself speaking the words in a number of different languages. He also performed Baby Groot’s voice entirely on his own, with no extra effects. Despite his rich baritone accent, the actor has been copying and doing cartoon impressions since he was a toddler.

    In the Marvel universe, The One Above All is thought to have the most powerful superpowers.

    One Above All is a powerful, all-knowing being. This hero takes on the persona of Jack Kirby when dealing with people.

    One Above All is also said to be the multiverse’s creator.

    The Flash was once challenged to a race by Quiksilver.

    The Flash and Quicksilver race against each other many times in the JLA/Avengers crossover comics. However, Flash’s successes were only possible because he exploited the speed force whenever he could.

    When he wasn’t able to do so, Quicksilver defeated the red-suited hero with ease.

    To circumvent legal concerns, the X-Men were branded as mutants rather than humans.

    Human figures and toys became more expensive to import into the United States in 1994 than non-human figurines. To get around this, Marvel devised a workaround.

    To save money, the action figures created in China were classified as mutants.

    Many of Marvel’s well-known superheroes have Irish ancestors.

    Captain America, the Beast, Iceman, Daredevil, Bullseye, and one of Ant-incarnations Man’s are just a few heroes to mention.

    The dance sequence for Baby Groot took two years to plan.

    It took two years to develop and choreograph Baby Groot’s dance to Electric Light Orchestra’s hit Mr. Blue Sky. This massive undertaking, which took the Guardians of the Galaxy 2 team two years to complete with James Gunn, paid off in the end, as it was one of the film’s most well-received scenes.

    The Wasp was close to being cast in the film Avengers Assemble.

    Janet was originally cast as the Wasp in the film Henry Pym’s Wife during its early stages. However, because Black Widow had already been introduced in Iron Man 2, she was chosen to play the role of the last Avenger.

    This adjustment was made to lessen the amount of clutter in the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s storytelling.

    Before Spider-Man Homecoming, Robert Downey Jr. and Marissa Tomei were friends.

    During the 1994 film Only You, the two got to know each other, which led to a blossoming romantic relationship. The two eventually ended their relationship amicably.

    When Robert Downey Jr. learned that they were seeking for someone to step in for Aunt May in Spider-Man: Homecoming, he immediately suggested Marissa Tomei, an old acquaintance of his.

    In the Hulk TV series, Bruce Banner goes under a different name.

    The television series renamed Bruce Banner to David Banner instead of Bruce Banner. The producers had insisted on modifying Hulk’s secret identity, according to Stan Lee in an interview.

    This was primarily due to the producer’s belief that the name Bruce had homosexual implications, despite Stan Lee’s objections.

    Marvel and DC collaborated on a Captain America/Batman special in 1997.

    The plot revolves around the Red Skull enlisting the help of the Joker to steal an atomic bomb during World War II. The Joker, on the other hand, is appalled to learn that the Skull is a Nazi.

    Before Batman and Captain America arrive, the two villains combat each other.

    The Hulk used to have grey skin.

    Due to a printing error with the four-color printing process, the Hulk was green-skinned when he originally appeared in comic books. Each issue of The Incredible Hulk would be printed in a distinct shade of grey each time.

    Galactus and the Silver Surfer were inspired by the Bible, according to Stan Lee.

    Galactus was created by God, and the Silver Surfer was created by Satan, according to Marvel comics.

    Marvel may have died out four years before the first issue of its comic book was released.

    Martin Goodman, the creator, was getting ready to return to America from his wedding in 1937. He, on the other hand, booked his tickets too late and missed a flight on the Hindenburg. Goodman was able to avoid the infamous disaster as a result of this, and he continued to focus on growing his company.

    What if?’ was a Marvel comic series.

    The show focuses on imagining how the Marvel Universe may have played out if a few significant historical events had gone differently. The series has had various editions since the 1970s, including stand-alone issues.

    Because it was unfeasible, the Pentagon stopped assisting Marvel Studios develop the Avengers.

    Apart from being unrealistic, Pentagon also did not wish to have to answer to organizations such as S.H.I.E.L.D.

    The Infinity War script was not delivered to Tom Holland in its entirety.

    The young actor is known for accidentally spoiling plots during interviews and on his social media accounts. As a safety precaution, he was given as little information as possible regarding the plans for Infinity War and its script.

    In Marvel’s Earth-616 universe, Jean Grey has died 14 times.

    Jean Grey is no 80s song, but she’s known for Stayin’ Alive. This X-Men has died and resurrected several times already in the Marvel Earth-616 universe. Her main deaths involve losing control over the phoenix force several times and triggering the dark phoenix.

    However, the phoenix force is also what continuously resurrected her and what causes her to regain control of her powers.

    Deadpool and Thanos were once in a love triangle with Lady Death.

    The Mad Titan and Deadpool were both infatuated with the female personification of Death. However, in the end, Thanos won her over and has a child with her.

    Thanos also cursed Wade Wilson with immortality, thus preventing him from ever truly dying and being with his love. There was also a little easter egg of this storyline in Deadpool

    To preparation for the role of Hawkeye, Jeremy Renner trained with Olympic archers.

    Only a few months were given to Jeremy Renner to prepare for his role. As a result, he needed to employ experts. To comprehend and master the bow and arrow, he spent a lot of time training with Olympic archers.

    George R.R Martin was a huge Marvel comics enthusiast.

    George R.R. Martin is credited with reviving the fantasy genre and making it more pleasurable than it had previously been. Many people were unaware that he was a major fan of Marvel and its work.

    During the 1960s, he would frequently write to Marvel’s letter columns.

    One tale has Deadpool annihilating the Marvel universe as a whole.

    The narrative depicts the X-Men transporting Deadpool to a mental institution for treatment. The doctor who is treating him, however, is actually Psycho-Man in disguise, aiming to hypnotize Deadpool into becoming his slave.

    When this fails, Deadpool becomes even more psychologically unbalanced and goes on a violent spree, killing all heroes and villains in his path. He breaks into the’real’ world at the end of the story and confronts the Marvel authors who are currently working on the plot.

    The Xavier’s School for Gifted Children has a long history of bombings.

    The fact that the school is routinely destroyed in X-Men has long been a running gag. Juggernaut, the Skrulls, Onslaught and Phalanx, and a variety of other villains have all attacked it at some point in its existence.

    The school is always attacked at least once during every story arc in various comic adaptations.

    Mr. Immortal, a Marvel superhero, has no other superpower beyond immortality.

    He has been killed off in a variety of ways in the comic books. He cannot, however, die due to his immortality.

    Thor, Iron Man 2, and the Incredible Hulk all take place within a week of each other.

    Nick Fury’s Big Week is also referred to as a collection of these occurrences. Marvel’s The Avengers Prelude: Fury’s Big Week was also produced as a limited-series comic book based on this series.

    Darth Vader was inspired by Dr. Doom from Marvel Comics.

    George Lucas drew a lot of inspiration for the early Star Wars franchise from the Marvel comics that were being published at the time. Dr. Doom, the Fantastic Four’s archenemy, was the basis for Darth Vader’s character.

    In Mark Millar’s Old Man Logan series, the Hulk reincarnated with She-Hulk.

    She-Hulk has a hillbilly tribe of strong but oblivious children. The Hulks were dubbed the Hulk Gang later on.

    Captain Marvel’s naming rights were won by Marvel over DC.

    When Marvel had learned that DC was planning on bringing back Fawcett’s Captain Marvel from the 40s, they beat them ahead of publication so that DC would not be able to use the name due to copyright. Marvel is now legally compelled to continue publishing Captain Marvel stories or risk losing the right to use the moniker.

    Peter Parker’s radioactive sperm once gave Mary Jane Watson cancer.

    Mary Jane, Peter Parker’s love interest, is revealed to have died in Spider-Man: Reign. She died of cancer as a result of her and Peter having continuous unprotected sex on multiple occasions.

    Spider-Man: Reign takes place thirty years in the future, when Peter Parker and Mary Jane Parker have already married.

    Stan Lee once did an interview in his underwear.

    Stan Lee once revealed everything in an interview regarding the Marvel offices behind the scenes. Marvel obstructed the publication of this photograph, which was not made public until 29 years later. The photo shows Stan Lee sitting on his side on a long couch in the nude with only his privates covered up by a single book.

    The famed pirate Blackbeard is revealed to be the Fantastic Four’s Thing in the Marvel Comics Universe.

    In an attempt to mask the Thing’s appearance after the Fantastic Four team is thrown back in time, Reed Richards gives him a pirate helmet and eye patch. As a result, the feared pirate tale was born inadvertently.

    The Marvel movies of the 1940s were not as popular as the Marvel pictures of today.

    Marvel had always gotten the short end of the stick in the history of comic book films. Their early films received a lot of harsh response from critics and fans.

    After catching Tony Stark and his butler having sexual relations, Black Widow kills him.

    Jarvis once walks in on Tony Stark and Natasha Romanov having sex in the Ultimate Marvel Universe. In retaliation, Romanov shoots and murders Jarvis, revealing her real malevolent nature.

    Combos Snacks was the subject of a Marvel comic.

    The plot revolved around a little child who, after being hit with electricity and eating a Combo, could turn into a superhero. His heroic appearance is a mix of various well-known heroes and villains, including Wolverine, Hulk, Iron Man, Captain America, Spider-Man, and Magneto and the Punisher.

    The name of Spider-Man should be written with a hyphen between the words.

    Stan Lee has emphasized multiple times that the hyphen is the proper way to write Spider-name. Man’s This is also due to the fact that the hyphen separates the webbed crusader from Superman.

    Stan Lee and Steve Ditko, a comic book artist, agreed on this decision.

    God’s character design was inspired by one of Marvel’s painters.

    Reed Richards sought to bring the Thing back to life by taking his soul from Heaven. The Fantastic Four encountered God, who was modeled after Marvel creator Jack Kirby. Definitely one of Marvel’s funnier facts.

    Spider-Man previously confessed that one of his elder acquaintances sexually molested him as a child.

    In a special four-page addition to a 1995 Chicago Tribune comic page, Peter Parker revealed that he was sexually abused as a child. The narrative came up as a result of a collaboration between Marvel Comics and the National Committee to Prevent Child Abuse.

    Stan Lee’s cameo in the first Guardians of the Galaxy wasn’t the same as the final version.

    When Groot stumbles across the Collector’s display cases, the plan was for him to turn off our heroes. It would depict Stan Lee, the president of Marvel Comics, in one of the cases.

    In America, Dr. Doom enjoys diplomatic immunity.

    Because to his position as monarch of Latveria, he is granted immunity. As a result, Captain America is required to serve as Dr. Doom’s bodyguard while in the United States.

    For the third Iron Man picture, the ‘Demon in a Bottle’ arc was off-limits.

    This was due to the fact that the Marvel Cinematic Universe was created with families in mind. Marvel and Disney were both concerned about how the message of alcoholism would effect youngsters watching the show, so they opted not to go any farther.

    Marvel Studios gave Iron Man the enormous ‘A’ on Stark Towers as a gift.

    Marvel Studios presented Robert Downey Jr.’s character with a fashionable gift to his industry’s tower in honor of his 30th birthday. In the last scene of The Avengers, the enormous ‘A’ can be seen.

    Until the day before his audition, Charlie Cox had no idea Daredevil was blind.

    This was primarily owing to his lack of familiarity with the original material before to auditioning for the role. One of the Marvel facts that appears to have worked out well.

    Aside from English, Deadpool can communicate in a variety of languages.

    Deadpool is a polyglot, which is one of the more interesting Marvel facts. Deadpool can be seen speaking fluent German, Spanish, Japanese, and even American Sign Language in the Marvel Comics Universe (ASL). Ryan Reynolds, who plays Deadpool in the film, is also multilingual, which is a coincidence.

    Asbestos Lady was a Marvel villain who only wore clothing that was asbestos-lined.

    She is frequently observed robbing banks with her companions, who are dressed similarly. She was later written off after describing the character’s death from cancer.

    Tony Stark believes that the Falcon is smarter than Bruce Banner.

    The Ultimate Version of Marvel Comics shows Tony Stark stating that the only man who comes second to him in terms of intelligence is Falcon. Following that are Bruce Banner and Reed Richards.

    Squirrel Girl once battled with Dr. Doom.

    It’s one of those Marvel facts that seems like something out of a weird news story, yet it happened in the comics. This superheroine defeated Dr. Doom by flooding his aircraft with a swarm of squirrels. She has extraordinary strength and night vision, in addition to being able to talk with squirrels.

    In 1987, Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson tied the knot.

    To celebrate the occasion, Marvel held a publicity event that featured several actors dressed as Spider-Man. Actresses also dressed up as Mary Jane Watson and were ‘wed’ to Spider-Man at the Shea Stadium. Definitely one for sweeter Marvel facts.

    Loki first appeared in Marvel Comics thirteen years before Thor.

    Loki first appeared in Marvel in 1949. He was a constant antagonist in the Marvel comics universe, and he would appear in all Thor tales and cinematics.

    Spider-Man once collaborated with the cast of Saturday Night Live’s third season.

    This team-up was featured in the Marvel Team-Up issue from 1978. To battle the Silver Samurai, Bill Murray and John Belushi teamed up with the webbed crusader. One of the more bizarre Marvel facts.

    Tony Stark is the owner of Area 51.

    Tony Stark is portrayed as an eccentric playboy millionaire in the Marvel Comics universe. It includes the fabled Area 51, in addition to his numerous estates. One of the Marvel facts sounds like it came directly from a Reddit thread.

    To aid a child, Marvel invented a deaf superhero.

    In 2002, Marvel learned about a four-year-old youngster with hearing impairments who refused to wear his hearing aides since no superheroes wore them. Marvel invented the character The Blue Ear, who utilizes a hearing aid to identify trouble, in an attempt to help the youngster. That’s a lot of uplifting Marvel trivia.

    A Daredevil trilogy was developed by Fox.

    The movies were supposed to be set in the 1970s and 1980s. Different styles of music, such as popular classic rock, punk rock, and new wave, would have influenced the tone of each picture. This did not take off after Marvel acquired the rights to Daredevil.

    The death of Gwen Stacy is recognized as one of the most pivotal incidents in Marvel’s history.

    After the 1973 storyline, The Night Gwen Stacy Died debuts in the Amazing Spider-Man Comics. Stan Lee advocated that the character would be brought back shortly, which is one of the most contentious Marvel facts.

    However, the character has yet to be resurrected in Marvel’s main continuity forty years later. The sole exception to this would be Gwen Stacy’s failing clones.

    The Marvel superheroes’ costumes are made with Reed Richards fabric technology.

    The unusual material is known as ‘unstable molecules’ in the Marvel Comics universe. Mr. Fantastic’s technology is designed to resist the stress of the wearer’s powers as well as the harm it may sustain in battle.

    Ms. Marvel, Kamala Khan’s alter ego, was used to spread good messages about prejudice.

    When anti-Islamic advertising began to appear on San Francisco buses, an unknown man destroyed them all. Instead of negative commercials, photos of Marvel’s Ms. Marvel were substituted.

    Many of the images conveyed positive messages about the need to eradicate racism. That’s one of the most motivating Marvel facts I’ve ever heard.

    Stan Lee used the Doom Patrol’s concept to create the X-Men.

    If you look closely, you’ll notice that the two groups have the same notion. The organization is commanded by a man in a wheelchair and is made up of misfits with superpowers.

    While Stan Lee has never admitted to taking the idea from someone else, the creator of Marvel’s X-Men believes he did.

    Elvis Presley’s haircut was influenced by a Marvel superhero.

    The King of Rock and Roll’s signature hairdo was inspired by Captain Marvel Jr., a Marvel character. Several of his outfits were influenced by the young superhero. Isn’t that an example of improbable Marvel facts?

    Sherlock Holmes influenced Marvel’s Irene Adler.

    She was originally intended to be Mystique’s lover. The comics, however, did not depict homosexual partnerships because of the sensitivity surrounding homosexual relationships at the time.

    Instead, they were depicted as pals who only later revealed they were a couple as homosexuality began to gain acceptance in various countries.

    In Marvel’s mainstream comics, Pepper Potts had a child with Happy Hogan.

    She later had a miscarriage and loses the baby as a result of an attack by one of Iron Man’s foes. Pepper and Happy soon reunited after that. One of the more surprising Marvel truths.

    One of Marvel’s most popular anti-heroes is The Punisher.

    He originally appeared in issue 129 of The Amazing Spider-Man. While Spider-Man is grieving over the death of his former sweetheart Gwen Stacy, the enemy was hired to assassinate him.

    In the Marvel Universe, there are two Infinity Gauntlets.

    Odin’s treasure room has the correct gauntlet. In the concluding scenes of the film Avenger: Age of Ultron, the left gauntlet can be seen in Thanos’ vault.

    Deadpool is constantly slamming the fourth wall.

    Wade Wilson was made aware that he was only a fictional character created by real-life writers. His Comic Awareness gave him this ability. Comic awareness is a play on Captain Marvel’s Cosmic Awareness.

    A wall is a supervillain in the Marvel Universe.

    This enemy was a sentient brick wall chunk with no arms and only legs and a head. In the Spider-Man comics, he was given the moniker The Wall. One of the Marvel facts you must witness for yourself.

    The film Big Hero 6 was inspired by a Marvel comic.

    The 2014 animated feature Big Hero 6 was based on a Marvel comic of the same name. It does not, however, follow the comic’s storyline. Instead, Disney used the original comic’s basic concepts and characters to create a new plot.

    Mark Ruffalo was deemed unsuitable for the part of Bruce Banner by Marvel.

    Initially, the studio favored the more well-known Edward Norton over Mark Ruffalo, whose filmography was primarily comprised of intellectual films. After a falling out with the studio and some persuasion from Ruffalo, Norton was cast in the role of the Hulk. That’s probably not what you expected from Marvel facts.

    T’challa was nearly given a different superhero moniker.

    Stan Lee originally proposed a different name for the character than The Black Panther. The Coal Tiger was supposed to be the name of Wakanda’s king. That’s one of those Marvel facts that would be difficult to believe otherwise.

    In the Marvel Universe, there is only one utopia.

    This utopia is shown to be only possible if Dr. Doom assumes the position of an absolute ruler. No other timelines or universes will allow humanity to thrive and prosper in a perfect utopia apart from this timeline.

    In the Marvel Universe, there is a mutant that can transform into ice cream.

    Eye-Scream is the name of this mutant, and he only has one ability. He can make any ice cream flavor you can think of, including banana splits. That’s one of the most bizarre Marvel facts I’ve ever heard.

    Ant-Man debuted shortly after many of the Avengers’ founding members.

    Scott Lang had his début in September 1962, while other Avengers, such as The Incredible Hulk, made their debut in May of the same year. In August of the same year, Spider-Man and Thor made their debuts.

    Tony Stark was born a woman on Earth 3409 of the Marvel cosmos.

    When Natasha Stark reaches adulthood, she transforms into the Iron Woman. Finally, the comics portray her marrying Steve Rogers, putting an end to both the Superhero Registration Program and the Civil War.

    Marvel published a mini-series called Deadpool Killustrated.

    Deadpool kills characters from well-known literary masterpieces in this series. Sherlock Holmes, The Little Mermaid, Tom Sawyer, and Moby Dick are just a few of the characters that Deadpool has killed. How’s that for some interesting Marvel trivia?

    Marvel Comics spent ten years trying to persuade the US government to change its minds on the X-Men.

    It took Marvel a decade to persuade the United States government that the X-Men aren’t human. Rather than being labeled as such, Marvel spent years attempting to persuade them to accept the name mutant.

    Ultron was the first Marvel character to possess adamantium.

    Hank Pym wanted to create a controllable Avenger, so he used the unbreakable alloy. Ultron, on the other hand, became rogue after being dispatched on a rampage and could no longer be controlled.

    T’challa was once successful in choking the Silver Surfer.

    The Silver Surfer is one of the most powerful entities in the Marvel Universe, for those who are unaware. In Dwayne McDuffie’s The Wrong Side: Black Panther vs. The Silver Surfer, however, Black Panther put the Surfer in a chokehold, which the Surfer struggled to break free from.

    Many readers considered this narrative to be divisive, claiming that the plot was terrible and made no sense.

    The oldest mutant is Apocalypse.

    This Marvel character is also credited with being the world’s first mutant. His ancestors can be traced back to the time of ancient Egypt, about 5000 years ago. One of the Marvel facts that demonstrates the breadth of the company’s timelines.

    The Phoenix is a natural phenomenon rather than a living being.

    One of the most powerful forces in the Marvel Universe is the Phoenix Force. However, it is most notable for its appearance and central role in The Dark Phoenix Saga storyline.

    The Dark Phoenix has also ranked as the 38th most powerful villain on Wizard: Magazine of Comics.

    The Marvel Universe has a supervillain themed after a bell.

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    Wolverine once joined the Avengers.

    It’s one of the Marvel facts that sounds like a joke, but the Wolverine was once an Avenger. Wolverine appears as a regular character in The Avengers and The New Avengers series that ran through the years 2010 to 2013. However, the author Brian Michael Bendis had the character join the New Avengers dating back to the year 2005.

    The original human Torch is used to create Vision.

    Professor Phineas Horton created the original Human Torch, who was an android in Marvel’s mainstream continuity. Vision’s awareness, on the other hand, is derived from the brain patterns of Wonder Man, who has been suspended in time for some years.

    This is the start of Hank Pym’s construction of a synthetic Vision, which he did by stealing brain patterns from the Avengers.

    In the comics, Scott Lang’s daughter grows up to be a superhero.

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    She also has the same abilities as her father.

    Agent Coulson was given a regular role in mainstream Marvel Comics by Marvel fans.

    The character was originally merely a minor one. Fans, on the other hand, adored him so much that the writers were obliged to include him in the mainstream Marvel Comics storyline in 2012.

    The character is now a full-fledged member of the Secret Avengers. One of the Marvel statistics that shows how much they care about their fans.

    The Punisher once collaborated with Eminem, a well-known rapper.

    Another bizarre Marvel fact: Marshall Mathers, better known by his stage name Eminem, collaborated with the Marvel antihero in a comic book published by Fred Van Lente and Salvador Larroca in 2009.

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    The Avengers’ headquarters are continually expanding.

    In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, you can see a shot of the Avengers’ HQ with additional annexes with each movie. During the Avengers: Age of Ultron film, the HQ is seen as only one annex while in the final Avengers film, Avengers: Endgame their HQ takes up a large mass of land.

    In the Marvel comics, Drax was a normal human being.

    Arthur Douglas, popularly known as Drax the Destroyer, was originally a regular human who was assassinated by Thanos, the Mad Titan. However, after detecting an imbalance in the cosmos, the abstract entity Kronos resurrected him. How’s that for some interesting Marvel trivia?

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    Despite this, in 1969, it was canceled. The X-Men series did not achieve popularity until it was revamped in 1976, according to Marvel.

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    Marvel uses the death of Bucky Barnes to justify why there are no young sidekicks.

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    Wade Wilson joined a super-soldier program and forged a bond with Steve Rogers while forging his career as Deadpool. Wade Wilson was able to establish a reputation for himself as their friendship grew stronger over time.

    Steve Rogers has grown to be one of the only people who understands and respects Deadpool.

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    Two ravens can be seen soaring over during the scene where Thor and Loki have a talk after escaping from The Avengers. Huginn and Muninn are the names of these two birds.

    In the Thor comics, these two ravens serve as Odin’s agents, bringing intelligence to the God. In both the first Thor film and its sequel, Thor: The Dark World, the identical ravens can be seen perched on either side of Odin’s throne.

    Jarvis, Tony Stark’s butler in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, is an A.I. helper.

    Just A Rather Very Intelligent System is the acronym for J.A.R.V.I.S., which stands for Just A Rather Very Intelligent System. This natural-language user interface computer system was named after the butler that Tony Stark’s father, Howard Stark, had.

    The Avengers lost the Incredible Hulk.

    Despite being one of the Avengers’ founding members, The Incredible Hulk departed the team shortly after their first comic-book battle with Loki. His resignation was motivated by the realization that his team members were terrified of him.

    It took fifty years for the Incredible Hulk to rejoin the team after their previous encounter.

    In the Marvel universe, Santa Claus is the most powerful mutant.

    The strongest mutant ever registered in the Marvel Universe is Kris Kringle himself. Cerebro uttered this on Christmas Eve in the far future.

    Originally, Jon Favreau was hired to direct a comedy Captain America picture.

    However, this plan fell through, and he was instead asked to helm the first Iron Man picture. In addition to Spider-Man Far From Home and Iron Man 2, he has directed several films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

    To make an allusion to Iron Man, Tony Stark wears a Black Sabbath shirt.

    This is a reference to Iron Man, one of the band’s most well-known songs. This song, on the other hand, has nothing to do with the Marvel superhero.

    In the original Iron Man film, this song was also utilized to play over the end credits after Tony Stark declared himself to be Iron Man. That’s an interesting Marvel fact.

    The Mjolnir has the ability to obliterate galaxies.

    Thor’s hammer, the Mjolnir, is frequently seen as a weapon. The owner of this hammer has the ability to produce force fields so powerful that they can destroy entire galaxies.

    It can also travel through planets to return to its wielder’s hand and can also move and manipulate large structures such as the Washington Monument and the Taj Mahal. It can also influence items at the molecular level and control magnetic fields.

    Thor was created by Stan Lee to be The Hulk’s adversary.

    Stan Lee created Thor to introduce a being more powerful than The Incredible Hulk. He stated that the only thing more powerful than a man would be a god.

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    Marvel once published an employee’s resignation letter in a comic.

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    Main Marvel Characters Who Use Magic as Their Main Power Source

    In the Marvel Universe, there are a number of characters who utilize magic as their primary power source. From sorcerers and witches to gods and demons, these characters possess an array of magical abilities that make them some of the most powerful and fascinating beings in the Marvel Universe. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at some of the main Marvel characters who use magic as their main power source.

    Doctor Strange

    Doctor Strange

    Doctor Stephen Strange, also known as the Sorcerer Supreme, is perhaps the most well-known and powerful magic user in the Marvel Universe. After suffering a severe injury to his hands that ended his career as a surgeon, Strange traveled to the Himalayas to seek out the Ancient One, a powerful sorcerer who taught him the ways of magic. Strange possesses a wide range of magical abilities, including the ability to cast spells, create magical shields, manipulate time and space, and even travel to other dimensions.

    Wanda Maximoff (Scarlet Witch)


    Wanda Maximoff, also known as the Scarlet Witch, is a mutant with the ability to manipulate reality and cast spells. Her powers stem from a combination of her mutant abilities and her connection to the mystical energies of the universe. Scarlet Witch’s powers include reality warping, energy projection, and the ability to manipulate probability. She is also able to cast spells that can alter the physical world around her.



    Loki, the God of Mischief, is a powerful magic user with a long and complicated history in the Marvel Universe. As a member of the Asgardian race, Loki possesses an array of magical abilities, including shape-shifting, illusion casting, and the ability to manipulate energy. He is also a master of manipulation and trickery, often using his wit and charm to get what he wants.

    Brother Voodoo

    Brother Voodoo

    Jericho Drumm, also known as Brother Voodoo, is a Haitian houngan (voodoo priest) who possesses an array of mystical powers. He is able to communicate with spirits and calls upon the powers of the Loa (spirits of Haitian Voodoo) to cast spells and perform feats of magic. Brother Voodoo is also a skilled fighter, often using his martial arts skills in conjunction with his magic to defeat his enemies.



    Dormammu is a powerful interdimensional entity that rules over the Dark Dimension. He possesses vast magical powers, including the ability to manipulate reality and create illusions. Dormammu is also able to possess other beings and control them, and he has a vast army of demons at his disposal. He is a formidable foe to any hero who dares to cross his path.



    Illyana Rasputin, also known as Magik, is a mutant with the ability to teleport through time and space. She is also a sorceress with the ability to cast spells and manipulate magical energies. Magik’s powers stem from her connection to the mystical realm of Limbo, which she rules over as its sorceress supreme. She is also skilled in combat, often using her sword and martial arts skills to defeat her enemies.

    Baron Mordo

    Karl Mordo

    Karl Mordo, also known as Baron Mordo, is a powerful sorcerer and long-time enemy of Doctor Strange. Like Strange, Mordo was trained by the Ancient One in the ways of magic, but he chose to use his powers for evil. Mordo possesses a wide range of magical abilities, including the ability to manipulate energy and create illusions. He is also skilled in hand-to-hand combat and is a formidable adversary.



    Hela’s black power magic is derived from her connection to the realm of Hel, the Norse underworld. It grants her immense power, allowing her to control the dead, summon spirits, and manipulate reality itself. Her powers are fueled by death and destruction, making her one of the most dangerous villains in the Marvel Universe.

    In conclusion, Marvel comics and the MCU are filled with characters who use magic as their primary power source. From Doctor Strange, Wanda Maximoff, and Loki to lesser-known characters like Brother Voodoo and Magik, these characters bring a unique and fascinating element to the Marvel Universe. Magic allows for a variety of storytelling possibilities, from alternate dimensions to time travel to even bringing characters back from the dead. The use of magic also adds a sense of mystery and wonder to the Marvel Universe, with its own set of rules and limitations. As the MCU continues to expand and evolve, we can expect to see even more magical characters and stories in the future.

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    10 Hilarious Marvel Characters

    If you’re a fan of Marvel comics, then you know that the universe is not just about superheroes and their epic battles against villains. It’s also about the humor that is woven into the storylines, characters, and dialogue. From wisecracking heroes to eccentric villains, Marvel has given us some incredibly hilarious characters over the years. In this article, we’ve compiled a list of 10 of the funniest Marvel characters that will have you laughing out loud. These characters may not be the most powerful or the most popular, but they will definitely leave a lasting impression with their humor and comedic timing. So, if you’re ready for some comic relief, read on to discover the funniest characters in the Marvel Universe.

    Marvel Comics has given us some of the most iconic superheroes and villains of all time, but it has also introduced us to some incredibly hilarious characters. From wisecracking heroes to eccentric villains, Marvel has a knack for bringing the funny. Here are 10 hilarious Marvel characters that will make you laugh out loud.


    Deadpool, also known as Wade Wilson, is undoubtedly one of the funniest characters in the Marvel Universe. He’s a mercenary with a twisted sense of humor, and he never takes anything too seriously. His wit and sarcasm make him an incredibly entertaining character to read, and his fourth-wall-breaking abilities only add to his comedic value.


    Spider-Man, aka Peter Parker, is known for his quick quips and one-liners. He’s a classic wise-cracking superhero who uses humor to disarm his enemies and lighten the mood. His relatable personality and funny comebacks make him a fan favorite and a staple of Marvel comics.

    Rocket Raccoon

    Rocket Raccoon may be small, but his personality is anything but. This foul-mouthed, gun-toting raccoon is always ready with a snarky comment and a clever insult. His sarcasm and wit make him one of the most entertaining members of the Guardians of the Galaxy.



    Groot, Rocket Raccoon’s sidekick, is a tree-like alien who only knows how to say “I am Groot.” Despite his limited vocabulary, Groot manages to be one of the funniest characters in the Marvel Universe. His innocent charm and child-like personality make him endearing, and his comedic timing is spot on.



    Ant-Man, aka Scott Lang, is a superhero who can shrink down to the size of an ant. His ability to change his size is the source of many hilarious moments, as he uses it to sneak around undetected and pull off elaborate heists. His goofball personality and humorous antics make him one of Marvel’s most lovable heroes.



    Loki, the god of mischief, is known for his mischievous personality and his ability to cause chaos wherever he goes. His cunning wit and manipulative ways make him a fascinating character, but it’s his sense of humor that makes him truly unforgettable. Loki’s dry wit and sarcastic comments always bring a smile to readers’ faces.

    Howard the Duck


    Howard the Duck is a sarcastic, cigar-smoking anthropomorphic duck who was transported to Earth from his home planet. His dry wit and cynical outlook on life make him one of Marvel’s most unique and entertaining characters. Despite being a duck, Howard manages to be relatable and hilarious.

    Squirrel Girl


    Squirrel Girl, aka Doreen Green, is a superhero with the ability to communicate with squirrels. Her cheerful personality and quirky sense of humor make her one of the most endearing and funniest characters in the Marvel Universe. She’s known for taking down some of the most powerful villains in the Marvel Universe, often with the help of her squirrel sidekick, Tippy-Toe.



    She-Hulk, aka Jennifer Walters, is a lawyer and superhero who gains incredible strength and durability after receiving a blood transfusion from her cousin, Bruce Banner (aka the Hulk). She-Hulk is known for breaking the fourth wall and addressing readers directly, which adds to her comedic value. Her sassy personality and irreverent humor make her one of Marvel’s most entertaining heroes.



    MODOK, aka Mental Organism Designed Only for Killing, is a villain with a giant head and a tiny body. He’s one of the funniest Marvel villains, thanks to his ridiculous appearance and his propensity to monologue. MODOK’s delusions of grandeur and over-the-top villainy make him an absurd and hilarious character. His appearance alone is enough to make readers laugh, but his outlandish schemes and bizarre personality cement his status as one of Marvel’s funniest villains.

    In conclusion, Marvel Comics has no shortage of hilarious characters. From the wisecracking heroes to the eccentric villains, these characters add a lighthearted touch to the often intense and action-packed world of superhero comics. Whether it’s Deadpool’s twisted humor or Groot’s innocent charm, these characters are sure to make you laugh out loud. So the next time you’re looking for a good laugh, pick up a Marvel comic and enjoy the comedic genius of these unforgettable characters.

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    Gamora in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3: Where, Who, Why, and How

    In the world of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy subfranchise, Gamora, played by Zoe Saldaña, was presumed dead after being thrown off a cliff on the planet Vormir in Avengers: Infinity War. However, in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, she is back, albeit as an alternate version of herself. The rules of time travel in Avengers: Endgame created an alternate universe where an alternate version of Gamora still exists. This alternate version of Gamora, along with her sister Nebula, was kidnapped by Alternate Thanos and his loyal assassin daughters, and they followed the Avengers back to the main MCU timeline. Main Timeline Nebula killed her alternate self and convinced Alternate Gamora to fight for the good guys. Although Alternate Gamora is alive and well in the main timeline, she declines to join the Guardians as she has never met them or fallen in love with Star-Lord.


    Gamora, played by Zoe Saldaña, is a pivotal character in the Guardians of the Galaxy subfranchise, but she was thought to be dead after the events of Avengers: Infinity War. So, how is Gamora alive in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3? Let’s take a look at where she is, who she is, why she is alive, and how she is back.

    Who is Gamora in the MCU?

    Gamora, the deadliest woman in the galaxy, was introduced in Guardians of the Galaxy in 2014. She was adopted by Thanos after he conquered her planet and killed 50% of its population. Gamora defected from Thanos’ forces and teamed up with the Guardians to keep the Kree general Ronan the Accuser from obtaining the Power Stone. She also encouraged her sister Nebula to defect from Thanos as well.

    Where is Gamora in the main MCU timeline?

    Technically, Gamora is dead. Thanos abducted her and threw her off a cliff on the planet Vormir, as the sacrifice required to obtain the Soul Stone during the events of Avengers: Infinity War.

    Gamora | Marvel Studios’ Legends

    Why is Gamora alive again?

    Zoe Saldaña is under contract to play Gamora, and her character is an essential part of the Guardians of the Galaxy subfranchise. But in-universe, the rules of time travel in Avengers: Endgame created an alternate universe where an alternate version of Gamora still exists.

    How is Gamora alive in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3?

    During the time heist in Endgame, Nebula and War Machine traveled back in time to intercept the Power Stone before the Guardians, Kree, or Thanos obtained it. However, they created an alternate universe where an alternate version of Thanos became aware that there was a timeline in which he gathered all the Infinity Stones and snapped half of the universe dead, which caused the Avengers to time-travel to collect the Infinity Stones. After kidnapping the main timeline Nebula, Alternate Thanos and his loyal assassin daughters, Alternate Gamora and Nebula, followed them back to the main MCU timeline. Main Timeline Nebula killed her alternate self and convinced Alternate Gamora to fight for the good guys. After Iron Man sacrificed himself to snap away all of “Thanos’ forces,” Alternate Gamora remained in the main MCU timeline but declined to join up with the Guardians, having never met them or fallen in love with Star-Lord.

    In conclusion, while we don’t know what that means for Alternate Gamora in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, we know she is in it.

    It will be interesting to see how Alternate Gamora’s storyline unfolds in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. Given her unique perspective and experiences, there are endless possibilities for where her character arc could go. Perhaps she will struggle to adapt to the new timeline, or maybe she will become a pivotal player in the battle against the villainous Adam Warlock.

    Whatever the case may be, fans are eagerly anticipating the release of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 and the opportunity to see how Alternate Gamora fits into the wider Marvel Cinematic Universe. With the film set to be directed by James Gunn and featuring a star-studded cast, it is sure to be a thrilling and emotional ride for both longtime fans and newcomers to the franchise.

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