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Guardians of the Galaxy: 15 Facts About Groot You Didn’t Know 

Baby Groot has absolutely stolen the show in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, read up on his comic book backstory! Sure, Groot has become everyone’s favorite dancing houseplant, but prior to the summer of 2014 and the release of Guardians of the Galaxy, no one knew anything about this motley crew of misfits or the Milano they rode in on. Then a gigantic tree had to go up people’s nostrils and sacrifice himself while surrounded by fireflies, and our lives would never be the same again. Don’t be fooled by the lovely Baby Groot; this guy is no rookie when it comes to superheroing. Groot is one of comicdom’s oldest characters, predating even the Fantastic Four and having deep roots in the Marvelverse long before blossoming into cinemas and winning all of our hearts with his benevolence and love of pressing buttons. Things have only grown larger with the release of Guardians of the Galaxy 2. Except for Baby Groot, whose pint-sized misadventures are likely to go down in history as the finest thing that ever happened to anybody. He has a green heart, enjoys introducing himself, looks lovely in little clothing, and is the most improbable superhero since Robert Downey Jr. went from pushing paper on Alley McBeal to becoming Iron Man. So, what more is there to know about this massive walking, talking tree? As it turns out, quite a lot. 

Baby Groot has absolutely stolen the show in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, read up on his comic book backstory! 

Sure, Groot has become everyone’s favorite dancing houseplant, but prior to the summer of 2014 and the release of Guardians of the Galaxy, no one knew anything about this motley crew of misfits or the Milano they rode in on. Then a gigantic tree had to go up people’s nostrils and sacrifice himself while surrounded by fireflies, and our lives would never be the same again. Don’t be fooled by the lovely Baby Groot; this guy is no rookie when it comes to superheroing. 

Groot is one of comicdom’s oldest characters, predating even the Fantastic Four and having deep roots in the Marvelverse long before blossoming into cinemas and winning all of our hearts with his benevolence and love of pressing buttons. Things have only grown larger with the release of Guardians of the Galaxy 2. Except for Baby Groot, whose pint-sized misadventures are likely to go down in history as the finest thing that ever happened to anybody. 

He has a green heart, enjoys introducing himself, looks lovely in little clothing, and is the most improbable superhero since Robert Downey Jr. went from pushing paper on Alley McBeal to becoming Iron Man. So, what more is there to know about this massive walking, talking tree? As it turns out, quite a lot. 

Originally, Groot was a villain. Guardians

Groot is the most heroic monosyllabic sentient tree monster in the world (sorry Ents). However, when this wooden colossus first appeared on the scene in 1960, he was as nasty as plants get. (With the possible exception of poison ivy.) That is the very worst.) In reality, Groot was just another monster out to terrify the world, like Dracula, King Kong, the Blob, or Justin Bieber. 

Groot was conceived by Jack Kirby and Stan Lee and first appeared in Tales to Astonish #13 as the “Monster from Planet X.” Surprisingly chatty for a living tree, Groot spends most of his time bragging about how great he is and all the many ways he plans to challenge civilization. This includes grandiose schemes like seizing a tiny hamlet and putting its inhabitants to experiments on his homeworld. Fortunately, a scientist is there to stop him. Leslie Evans uses his college knowledge and girlish moniker to fast develop super-termites to chomp Groot to death. In classic Groot tradition, he would return to combat the Green Goliath over a decade later in Incredible Hulk Annual #5. Hulk crushes evil guy Groot in the most absurd manner imaginable, as predicted. 

He Is A Royalty And A Genius Guardians

Groot is a member of the Flora Colussus anthropomorphic tree race. Planet X, their home planet, is the capitol of the branch worlds and is guided by the wise Arbor Masters, who impart sophisticated “Photonic Knowledge” on its people. This enhanced plant instruction gives the whole race genius-level intelligence. It’s unknown if this knowledge extends beyond Planet X, but the potted ficus in the corner of your room is probably smarter than you. 

Groot, for his part, is said to be a descendent of an old ennobled sap-line. While he was first referred to be a monster, he is also known as “His Divine Majesty King Groot the 23rd, Monarch of Planet X, keeper of the branch worlds, and ruler of all the shadows.” That mouthful signifies he had the best education possible from the most talented Arbor Master instructors, making him very intelligent. He specializes in quasi-dimensional super-positional engineering, which sounds like nonsense to anybody who isn’t a tree genius. It should be noted that Annihilators #1 implies that Groot is simply pretending to be a king, and the events of Tales to Astonish take place during his rebellious childhood, however his birthright has yet to be definitively disproven. In any case, he’s a wise tree. 

He is not saying, “I am Groot.” Guardians

Groot may seem to know just three words, but it turns out he has a lot to say. Because his species’ larynxes are tight and hardened, all statements that come out of their mouths sound like “I am Groot.” This seems to make speaking with Groot impossible unless you’re a talking squirrel. Though there was that one occasion when Jean Grey telepathically heard Groot’s inner conversation and we all concluded it’s probably best if we don’t have to listen to him drone on since trees are extremely dull. 

However, as everyone who has fallen in love with the character from the first GotG film will confirm, words are overrated. Groot may express an universe of thinking and emotion just by repeating his name with delicate nuanced inflections. Vin Diesel, Groot’s voiceover actor, is able to do this because to director James Gunn’s commitment, who even went so far as to produce an alternative version of the whole Guardians of the Galaxy 2 screenplay for just the two of them, which includes all of Groot’s lines in English. 

In Dutch, the word groot means “large.” Guardians

If you thought Groot was merely a great name, you have some exploring to do. The term may be translated as “large” in Dutch, Afrikaans, and Flemish. That implies that if you’re viewing Guardians of the Galaxy in any of those nations, Groot is boasting about his gigantic stature rather than introducing himself. We’ll let you determine which aspect of himself he’s referring to, but re-watching the movie and envisioning Groot saying “I am large” every time makes for a significantly more amusing experience. 

The term “Groot” has also appeared in another foreign language, in James Joyce’s Finnegan’s Wake. (“The groot gudgeon, Goo, swallowed it all.”) Joyce was presumably not referring to the Marvel character, but who knows; that book makes as much sense as a huge tree and a talking squirrel being best friends. 

He makes Spider-Man have nightmares Guardians

After terrorizing a tiny town in 1960 and then being shattered by Hulk in 1976, it was only natural for Groot to appear in Peter Parker’s fantasies. During a fishing trip with Uncle Ben in 1997’s flashback issue of The Sensational Spiderman, a young Parker, who has yet to be bitten by a radioactive spider, is assaulted by the monsters of Marvel’s past, and Groot rises from the dead. 

Peter possesses a complete collection of early Silver Age Marvel comics, when superheroes had yet to catch the public’s imagination and monsters like Gigantus, Blip, and Groot ruled supreme. Reading tales about huge, talking trees causes pre-Spidey nightmares since he’s young and geeky. So, as he falls asleep dreaming about a planned outdoor adventure with his uncle, Groot emerges and promptly attempts to devour them. Fortunately, the Vandoom Creature comes and punches a hole straight through Groot’s splintery face. Peter eventually wakes up sweating, and we all learn the crucial lesson that youngsters cannot handle comic books – or massive pieces of wood. 

He Belonged to the Monster Squad of S.H.I.E.L.D. Guardians

The Guardians of the Galaxy were not Groot’s first group of unexpected heroes. Following his first appearances as a jerk destroying everything in his way, the Monster from Planet X ultimately put his limbs to good use when he was compelled to join S.H.I.E.L.D. 

In Nick Fury’s Howling Commandos from 2006, Fury employs numerous Marvel monsters to battle against Merlin the wizard, including Warwolf, Vampire by Night, Gorilla-Man, the Living Mummy, Sasquatch, and Frank (as in stein). (We’re not sure why this series didn’t last more than six issues.) This terrifying S.H.I.E.L.D. squadron catches Groot (who is still as talkative as ever) and tells him that combating magicians is much more fun than frightening people, so he grudgingly joins up. As ludicrous as Nicky Fury’s paranormal confinement unit of B-team monsters was, without it, Groot would not have been featured in the next year’s Annihilation: Conquest and became a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy, depriving us all of ever seeing Baby Groot. The cosmos owes you one, Howling Commandos. 

Groot Got His Start As A Kamikaze Fighter. Guardians

The Groot we know and love today finally bloomed after four appearances in fifty years. The huge tree is eventually released from S.H.I.E.L.D. custody and dumped into Kree orbit, where he is kidnapped by the extraterrestrial species called as the Kree. When the Kree enlist Peter Quill as Star-Lord to help thwart a universe-ending super-weapon, he joins a squad of extraterrestrial misfits that includes Rocket Racoon and the suddenly far-less antagonistic Groot. As a result, the Flora Colossus ultimately joins the Guardians of the Galaxy in the 2007 Annihilation: Conquest narrative cycle. 

During the first mission of the newly formed Guardians (the one that inspired the film version), Groot sacrifices himself by being blown apart in order to rescue his colleagues. Fortunately, a twig branch of himself survives, only for Groot to take another blow for the team soon after by being set on fire to incinerate a radio tower. Fortunately, Rocket keeps a cutting of his new friend, and after a few waterings, he regrows to his old self, eager to dance the night away. After years of tormenting everything in his way, Groot was finally doing some good by committing himself on a regular basis. 

He Has a Soft Spot For Animals Guardians

Have you ever thought about why Groot and Rocket Raccoon get along so well? One main explanation might be that the big tree has a specific fondness for little creatures. Back on Planet X, squirrel-like creatures known as Maintenance Mammals assisted in the preservation of the planet’s environment. Most of his fellow sentient saplings thought they were superior to these fuzzy animals, but Groot viewed things differently, mingling with them and even serving as their guardian. 

In reality, Groot was banished from its homeworld for murdering a fellow tree (read: tearing off its head) in order to protect one of these creatures from being brutalized. Groot may be reminded of his former furry buddies by witnessing the genetically produced Rocket, who was forced to horrific research against his will. Or maybe he just like things that sound like Bradley Cooper. In any case, Groot would make an excellent animal rights activist mascot. 

He has the ability to create miniature versions of himself. Guardians

Groot has several abilities that one would not anticipate from a huge tree. He can summon a swarm of fireflies on command, extend his limbs as far as the eye can see, and dance like a miniature boss. Not to mention turning his wooden hands into blades and conversing with other plants. In terms of the final one, who hasn’t sometimes sang to their plants? 

The best part is when he’s made many tiny clones of himself by taking cuttings from his trunk and allowing them to grow wild. Each progeny impressively keeps all of his memories and can even help resuscitate him the next time he chooses to go kamikaze. Taking things a step further, these mini-Groots can seed additional plant life managed by Groot, implying that he can actually develop an arboreta army on his own. We’ve seen Ghost Rider do it before, as well as Superman in one of his more bizarre moments, but Groot creating his own forest that collectively sings “I am Groot” simply seems more wonderful. Because what is better than one Baby Groot? Thousands! 

He Was Venomous Guardians

There are several things we want to see in Sony’s forthcoming Venom film. The coolest (and most improbable) scenario would be if the Symbiote merged with Groot. What would it entail? Well, we got our response in 2014’s Guardians of the Galaxy #22, and it was great. 

Flash Thompson (aka Spider-old Man’s high school graduate turned war hero became Agent Venom) has joined the Guardians of the Galaxy. When the Symbiote began influencing Flash to do strange and violent things, the team separated the two and imprisoned the alien life-form. Groot then starts things off by getting Venom all over himself. Venom-y Groot destroys the Guardian’s spacecraft in a matter of seconds, sending everyone fleeing for their lives. Everything returns to normal only when Drax pulls the two apart. That is, until the Symbiote attaches itself to Rocket minutes later. To say the least, the Venom costume has seen its fair share of action. A Grooted symbiote, like Venom connecting with Deadpool or disguising up as Santa Claus, is something we’re unlikely to see in a Venom film. 

He Was A Reality TV Star Once Guardians

We’re not sure about you, but when we think of reality TV, we immediately think of Groot. He’s always getting into mischief, surrounded by eccentric people, and he’s always nude. So it was only a matter of time until a cowardly trans-dimensional alien TV producer called Mojo abducted him and Rocket Racoon and forced them to appear in an intergalactic reality show without their knowledge. 

At the outset of Annihilators: Earthfall, the two Guardians are fighting their way across worlds composed of ice, jungle, and water, while a voice from above narrates the events. It quickly becomes clear that they are in a virtual reality TV studio inside the Mojoverse for the enjoyment of fifty trintillian viewers. Furthermore, the evil showrunner Mojo and his right-hand man are using Groot and Rocket’s newfound fame to market action figurines. What a Flark! Fortunately, the duo does what they do best: they blast their way off the air. 

However, after disposing of Mojo, they discover how successful their new program has become and decide to continue shooting while enjoying the benefits of merchandise. Please show me Groot! 

He is the last of his kind (Maybe) Guardians

Who you ask, what year it is, and if you watch cartoons determine whether Groot is the last of his type. Except for Groot, all Flora Collosi were said to be extinct in 2007’s Annihilation Conquest: Star-Lord #2. Rocket reaches Planet X in Annihilators #1, where he encounters a forest of Groots. In Guardians Team-Up #8, Groot is considered to be the only remaining member of his kind. The books have yet to reveal what happened to the people of Planet X, but if the animated Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy on Disney XD is to be believed, Ronan wiped out his whole species. 

There’s a possibility that the Groot who initially debuted in Tales to Astonish wasn’t the same one that went on to join the Guardians of the Galaxy. All we know for certain is that Marvel has failed to get its Groot storylines straight. That being said, regardless of whether other members of his kind exist, Groot will always be unique to us. 

Vin Diesel has recorded the song “I Am Groot” 1,000 times in 15 different languages. Guardians

Vin Diesel is sometimes chastised for his stiff acting and overuse of mumble growls, but in our opinion (and evidently yours), he’s one of the finest things on the big screen right now, owing in no little part to his spot-on depiction of Groot. Sure, he just gets one line and performs all of his work from behind a microphone while presumably wearing sweatpants, but he acts the hell out of “I am Groot.” To acquire the proper tone for each instance, he recorded Groot’s memorable tagline from the original Guardians of the Galaxy over 1,000 times. 

In an unusual feat, Diesel also dubbed his character’s voice work in nearly every foreign version of the film, performing “I am Groot” in at least 15 different languages (six for the film’s international premieres and the rest for the DVD release), including Russian, Mandarin, Spanish, Portuguese, Kazakh, Japanese, German, and French. Groot here. Groot is my name. Groot is my name. The letter T Can you say all of them? 

Vin Diesel’s voice for Baby Groot was unedited. Guardians

Vin Diesel recorded the bulk of his lines for Groot in the first Guardians of the Galaxy film on stilts to make him feel more Groot-like. Vin was not there for shooting, so a stand-in sporting a Groot head for a cap handled all of the hard lifting. For Guardians of the Galaxy 2, it seems that the actor attempted a new approach to embodying his role, notably talking like a tree baby. 

Yes, despite the fact that Groot is now a newborn and talks like one, the notoriously deep-toned Diesel once again performs all of Groot’s language. In fact, James Gunn has said that they performed very little computerized audio tuning to Vin’s performance in post-production since Diesel nailed portraying a childish, high register so brilliantly. Is Baby Groot any less charming now that you know he’s a 49-year-old mature man making those sounds? Not at all. 

A Groot solo spin-off film is in the works. Guardians

You’ll want to put a character to work that steals every scene he’s in, whether he’s talking, strolling, dancing, or shrieking delightfully. Not unexpectedly, it’s been confirmed that Groot will appear with the rest of his comrades in Avengers: Infinity War, and that he and Hulk will have a “few words” with each other. Vin Diesel and James Gunn have explored making a Groot spin-off, which is a little off-kilter but no less welcome. 

While some may ask how a hero with just three words in his speech could carry an entire film, there are many ways a Groot-centric solo film may succeed. At the very least, we can see one featuring both him and Rocket Racoon, which appears to write itself. They’ve already had their own animated web series, which proves the argument. Whatever the circumstances, after becoming a potato head, a life-size action figure, and a Geico spokesman, one thing is certain: the world wants more Groot.

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Doctor Strange 2 : Scarlet Witch vs. Strange Deleted Fight Scene – FanArt

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness stunned fans straight away by revealing that the Scarlet Witch will be the film’s principal adversary. This res

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness stunned fans straight away by revealing that the Scarlet Witch will be the film’s principal adversary. This resulted in some really fantastic battle sequences between the MCU’s two most powerful magic-wielders, but there’s been a lot of talk about more of it appearing in deleted scenes.

The majority of that attention has been focused on the sequel’s abandoned opening scene, in which Wanda Maximoff would have killed Earth-616’s Baron Mordo. She would have decapitated him and gave Strange the severed head when they first met at the farm, leaving little mistake about who Strange would face during Doctor Strange 2.

Over the last several months, concept art has also hinted more deleted sequences, including a flashback to Strange losing his sister at the lake and a tease showing the wicked Nightmare in action. Fans can now see more deleted Scarlet Witch action, which would have pitted her against Strange once again early in the Multiversal sequel.

Doctor Strange 2’s Deleted Scarlet Witch Battle Illustrator David Allcock released a collection of storyboard drawings including a previously uncovered deleted sequence from Marvel Studios’ Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness through Twitter user @itsjustanx. This scenario would have pitted Doctor Strange against the Scarlet Witch as Strange and America Chavez jumped across the Multiverse after leaving Kamar-Taj.

Strange uses his magic to free Chavez from the Scarlet Witch’s grasp while Chavez opens one of her star portals.

New Doctor Strange 2 Art Reveals Deleted Scarlet Witch vs. Strange Fight

The scene when Chavez falls through with the blue light from her portal around her in-frame seems very similar to what appeared in the final cut of the film.

New Doctor Strange 2 Art Reveals Deleted Scarlet Witch vs. Strange Fight

It would have had the Scarlet Witch really pursue Strange and Chavez into the star gate, employing images similar to those seen before when the villain was pushing through mirrors.

New Doctor Strange 2 Art Reveals Deleted Scarlet Witch vs. Strange Fight

Along with Wanda pursuing the heroic team, they would have encountered other demons while traversing the Multiverse. There was even a chance they’d run across one of the more sinister Strange Variants, akin to how Earth-616’s good doctor confronted Sinister Strange at the conclusion of the narrative.

New Doctor Strange 2 Art Reveals Deleted Scarlet Witch vs. Strange Fight

As the Scarlet Witch pursued Strange and Chavez, she would release more of her actual power, which she had garnered while delving into the pages of the Darkhold.

New Doctor Strange 2 Art Reveals Deleted Scarlet Witch vs. Strange Fight

In her chase, the villain would have seized Chavez by the wrist, however it’s uncertain whether the action would have progressed as it did in the final edit of Doctor Strange 2.

New Doctor Strange 2 Art Reveals Deleted Scarlet Witch vs. Strange Fight

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New Doctor Strange 2 Art Reveals Deleted Scarlet Witch vs. Strange Fight

With Doctor Strange 2 clocking in at little over two hours, it’s hardly unexpected that so many deleted scenes and concept art have been published now that the film has come and gone. This sequence would have certainly added a couple of minutes to the running length, although it’s unclear whether it would have come with the universe-jumping scene or taken its place entirely.

Furthermore, given Marvel’s vast history, this deleted battle has some resemblance to another sequence seen by fans in 2017’s Thor: Ragnarok, which starred Thor, Loki, and Hela. This three got into a similar brawl when Loki summoned the Bifrost to transport him and Thor to Asgard, prompting Hela to leap in and fling them over the rainbow bridge into the uncharted realms of space.

In the end, it looks that this confrontation between Doctor Strange and the Scarlet Witch was never even pre-visualized, since this is the first time fans have seen this scene shown in public. While it would have undoubtedly provided another fantastic combat scene to the already packed film, leaving it out maintained some of the emphasis on Strange and America as they began their first journey across the Multiverse.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is now available to watch on Disney+.

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Spider-Man: No Way Home Extended Cut Trailer Is Now Available

Spider-Man: No Way Home, the third-highest-grossing MCU film ever, is poised to return to cinemas across the globe in the coming weeks. Sony and Marvel are

Spider-Man: No Way Home, the third-highest-grossing MCU film ever, is poised to return to cinemas across the globe in the coming weeks. Sony and Marvel are preparing to send fans back to the MCU’s first real Multiversal event, “The More Fun Stuff Version,” when Tom Holland’s third and largest solo Spidey trip takes a second run on the big screen.

The extended edit of No Way Home will feature 11 minutes of material that did not make the initial theatrical release in December 2021, according to reports. More material starring Charlie Cox’s “very smart lawyer,” Matt Murdock, as well as other exchanges with Holland and the two other Spider-Men, portrayed by Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield, are possible.

The advertising tour for the new No Way Home extended cut began with a new poster that included all three Spider-Men, as well as all five villains and a scattering of supporting characters. This promotional tour now continues with a new trailer for the film, however it doesn’t exactly include any…new stuff.

New Trailer for No Way Home Extended Cut

Watch: Spider-Man: No Way Home Extended Cut Trailer Released

Sony Pictures has published a 30-second clip for Spider-Man: No Way Home’s theatrical re-release, which begins on August 31 in Indonesia.

Surprisingly, despite the promise that fresh material would be added in this edit, this teaser has no new footage.

The commercial focuses mostly on Peter’s struggles with the film’s five Multiversal antagonists, including Happy Hogan’s phone conversation in which he asks Peter who they are all. The closing scene of the teaser depicts Peter leaping into fight against the criminals, with the other two Spider-Men cut out, but the Lizard is still hit by the air, exactly as he was in the second trailer.

The whole trailer is available below:

Sony is back with another Spider-Man trailer.

Sony Pictures rocketed to the top of the entertainment business with the original release of Spider-Man: No Way Home, despite a difficult couple of years of releases. The studio had its most successful film ever, shattering box office records and generating over $2 billion in its first run.

Despite the hype for the “More Fun Stuff Version,” Sony made no attempt to tease anything new that would be presented in this new edit of the threequel. The studio didn’t even bother to replace the scene of all three Spider-Men leaping into fight on the Statue of Liberty, instead settling for the error-filled picture in which the Lizard is assaulted by a secret figure.

Regardless of these gaffes, anticipation is growing for what Sony and Marvel have in store with material not included in the initial December 2021 edit. And, if nothing else, the threequel is still one of the most popular superhero films in history, which should be plenty to entice fans to return to the big screen a few more times.

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Marvel’s Biggest Multiverse Reveal Is Wasted

This article contains Edge of Spider-Verse #2 spoilers.Marvel Comics squandered their most significant multiverse disclosure. Multiverses may be trendy rig

This article contains Edge of Spider-Verse #2 spoilers.

Marvel Comics squandered their most significant multiverse disclosure. Multiverses may be trendy right now, but Marvel Comics has been using the notion for decades. The finest multiverse tales allow you to ponder the question “What If…?” – to picture universes where heroes were beaten instead of triumphing, planets were broken, or entire new champions created. Sometimes these “What If…?” tales help to establish concepts that will ultimately make their way into the regular comic book narrative, and maybe even into the movies themselves. In the comics, Jane Foster initially appeared as Thor.

Edge of Spider-Verse #2 features “A Single Thread,” a short narrative by Dan Slott and Paco Medina that has just been used to change the history and nature of the entire Marvel world. The universe started untold billions of years ago, long after the ancient Elder Gods were expelled, according to Edge of Spider-Verse #2. Gaea and Oshtur started producing new gods and demigods, and they entrusted the construction of the universe to the early spider-goddess Neith. She fashioned the Web of Life and Destiny, which is centered on Earth-001. Finally, the Spider-hidden Verse’s genesis has been exposed.

Marvel has just rewritten the structure of the whole multiverse.

It’s odd, though, that Marvel practically squandered such a big disclosure. The real nature of the universe is introduced in what seems to be a tangent or side-story to the main event, rather than in a large ” event ” issue with a great amount of hype behind it. This choice is even more astounding considering the importance of multiverses in popular culture, and Marvel Comics’ own multiverse is now serving as inspiration for the MCU’s. Spider-Man: No Way Home, like the comics, has established spider-characters as prominent players in the universe.

Marvel Wastes Its Biggest Multiverse Reveal

To be fair to Marvel, Edge of Spider-Verse #2 does have some backstory. The first Edge of Spider-Verse miniseries debuted with the original Spider-Verse storyline in 2014, and its second issue featured the famous Spider-Gwen. Marvel may have decided to make the second issue of this new Edge of Spider-Verse miniseries seem just as important – but if so, the comic book publisher could have pushed it more aggressively.

It’s enthralling to discover the real genesis and nature of the MCU’s cosmos. The important issue is whether it will survive much longer; this tie-in is tied with the End of the Spider-Verse event, implying that the multiverse’s laws are going to be altered. Marvel’s universe has been defined, but it may not last.

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