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You are starting from an assumption which has no basis anywhere in canon. What has some basis in canon is a line said by Doctor Strange in Avengers: Infinity War: Doctor Stephen Strange: It's a simple spell but quite unbreakable. Ebony Maw: Then I'll take it off your corpse. Doctor Stephen Strange: You'll find... removing a dead man's spell... ...


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They're Infinity Stones, not living creatures only Stones While it's true the Soul Stone and Mind Stone are related to characteristics of beings, that hardly limits the Stones' ability. They could dust a Plymouth Duster if you set your mind to it. Further, it's not clear that "dusting" means "annihilation", in fact, the return of the Blipped suggests ...


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You are working under a false assumption. It should be remembered that it's a different Mjolnir from before Ragnarok....so it will still have the enchantment. Odin isn't dead when Thor regains that hammer in Endgame....as that sequence takes place before Odin's death...even assuming the enchantment fades on his demise. Mjolnir was destroyed in Ragnarok and ...


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The key here is that the Mjolnir we see in Avengers: Endgame is from the past/a different timeline. I believe it comes from the Thor: The Dark World time, so 2013 whereas the events of Thor: Ragnarok take place in 2017 and so Odin had not died yet with respect to that Mjolnir’s enchantment. Objects taken out of their timelines still function as they did in ...


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Yes, they are wearing makeup We see this in Season 5 Episode 7, "Together or Not at All", of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. where we actually see Kasius applying makeup to his face to cover up his new scar. Click image to enlarge. You can view the scene below. This matches what we see of the Kree across the MCU as all Kree are ...


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There's no reason to believe the Stones aren't capable of eliminating non-living objects. When Thanos did his snap, it removed half of the population of the universe, yes. But it also removed their clothes, their smartphones, their nails and hair... all over the universe. So yup, the Stones are perfectly capable of eliminating non-living stuff all over the ...


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It appears to be part of Strange’s training and his journey to become who he is supposed to for The Ancient One to treat him as she does in Doctor Strange. Like with what Strange does in Avengers: Infinity War she has looked into his possible futures. The Ancient One: Do you wonder what I see in your future? Doctor Strange: No. Yes. The ...


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When Strange first came to the Temple, he was still the arrogant doctor, that valued his own reputation above human life. Doctor Strange: [To Billy, on the phone.] Billy! What have you got for me? Billy: I’ve got a 35-year-old Air Force colonel. Crushed his lower spine in some kind of experimental armor. Mid-thoracic vertebral fracture. Doctor ...


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She doesn't think he's worthless. She just acts that way in Doctor Strange because that is pretty much standard for the "Eastern martial arts teacher" trope. In the western teacher trope, the teacher searches out and courts brilliant but reluctant students, and bends over backwards to extract their greatness, in a game of Pygmalion: like Robin Williams ...


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The Snap just performs the wielder’s will which is made quite clear over the events of Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame. It’s made the most clear when Tony asks Smart Hulk what to do with his Snap. Tony: You remember... everyone Thanos snapped away five years ago and just bringing them back to now, today. Don't change anything from the last ...


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The snap is just the trigger to have the stones carry out your will, whatever it may be. Thanos wanted to destroy half of all life so that's what happened. Stark wanted to destroy Thanos' invasion force which included their ships and technology so that is what happened.


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I know exactly which story you are talking about. I can't find it at the moment. However, I know that it was based off of Chapter Six of grilledcheesing's "5 Times Peter Made Tony Laugh Out Loud". Basically, this chapter served as inspiration for that story. The one you're talking about is an expanded, and slightly darker version of that chapter.


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Normal humans can handle Infinity Stones that are properly encased. Handling the Tesseract (which itself encases the Space Stone, but not in a human-safe way) with modest amounts of protective equipment (briefcase, tongs). Handling the Scepter (which encases the Mind Stone) directly. So it's not really a stretch that Tony could devise a gauntlet that ...


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You're making a few faulty assumptions/comparisons in this question which is why this looks to be confusing you. Quill might have only been able to hold the Power Stone for as long as he did because he is half Celestial but note here that he is touching the raw Stone whereas Tony has a protective shield between him and the Stone. Also note that as far as I ...


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She asserts some kind of motherly position who not only was responsible for the death of her friends and the world, she was heartbroken that everything was gone, especially Hawkeye and his family. She has always battled a depressed mood throughout the movies by evident by her numerous statements that she was just a weapon built to destroy and fight, but ...


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This is "I Speak of the Haunted House", which appeared in Tales of Suspense #42, published June, 1963. Story by Stan Lee and art by Steve Ditko. Two friends make a bet about the existence of ghosts. One bets the other a hundred dollars he will see a ghost if he spends a night at a particular house and the other skeptical one accepts. He enters the house ...


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The Russo brothers recently revealed that they interpreted the scene in that he could always lift it but just chose not to as we see in this answer by @galacticninja. GeneralBenKenobi: Could Cap always wield Mjolnir (meaning he could have picked it up in Age of Ultron and decided not to), or did he progressively get more worthy over time? ...


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There's an interview of Russell Bobbitt, Hollywood prop master, about that in this Screenrant article. There are actually several props, depending on the nature of the scene it's in. Rubber, fiberglass, you name it. So how many hammers are usually on set? You see them flip it around and obviously it seemed lighter and then you see the real one and it's ...


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According to an interview with WETA Digital Visual Effects Supervisor Matt Aitken, these creatures are called "Chitauri gorillas". In a new interview with SlashFilm, WETA Digital Visual Effects Supervisor Matt Aitken discussed the battle and revealed who was on Thanos' side. Aitken confirmed that the fight featured three groups of alien warriors who ...


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This version of Stark's armor was specifically designed to absorb energy. Remember when Thor shoots lightning at him. Stark's armor was able to protect him from enough of the Stones' energy.


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The only known space faring humans we've seen in the MCU thus far are Peter Quill, who is only half human, and Carol Danvers, who has special powers from the Tesseract. The only others are the Avengers from Avengers: Infinity War onwards who went to space to fight Thanos. Every other "human" we see are actually humanoid or just look like a human rather than ...


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They stayed dead, Loki, Vision and Heimdall are some of the best examples. Had they come back to life we most certainly would have seen them in the Battle of Earth, however, we did not. Vision even shows up in the "in memorium" video in Spider-Man: Far From Home. Christopher Markus answers is a bit more clearly for these ...


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According to Anthony Russo*, in a Reddit AMA (Ask me anything) post, Captain America could wield Mjolnir as far back as the events of Avengers: Age of Ultron. Q: Could Cap always wield Mjolnir (meaning he could have picked it up in Age of Ultron and decided not to), or did he progressively get more worthy over time? Anthony: He always could. Our ...


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This might have been a tie-in with AoS. AoS season 5 was quick to follow Inhumans, in fact, they are less than a month apart.


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This is from Thor Issue 390 when Captain America wields Mjolnir in order to give it back to Thor. Later on after the battle Thor and Cap both hold Mjolnir's handle whilst talking about the bond that now binds them. In particular the last panel appears to be what you are looking for.


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As @Raj has said: Not on stage, but there is a comic where he dresses as Deadpool and manages to fool even the head of H.A.M.M.E.R. (Norman Osborne) and the Thunderbolts.


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Regardless of whether Cap went back to the same timeline or a different one, Sharon Carter was not Steve Rogers’ niece when they kissed. Even if he would eventually marry Sharon’s aunt, he had not done so yet. So in no version of events did he make out with his niece—at most, he made out with a woman whose aunt he would later marry, and he would later ...


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You have to remember, that this is the same timeline after all. At Peggy Carters funeral, you can see an old man sitting in the audience - it was confirmed, that this old man is the Captain that went back in time. If you take this into consideration, there were two caps all the time.


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The Eye of Agamotto is destroyed in The Heroic Age: The New Avengers Issue 6 when Doctor Voodoo, Jericho Drumm, sacrifices himself to destroy Agamotto along with the Eye and Orb when Wolverine appears to be losing the fight against him. Click images to enlarge.


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I disagree... I think the writers of Ant-Man and the Wasp intended that Janet's transfer of Quantum energy to Ghost made it so Ghost's story became open ended so she could or could not make a comeback... I think though the writing of Janet transfering healing enwrgy gives Ghost time to survive past the events of Avengers: Endgame... The Quantum energy Time ...


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In the MCU itself we don’t know for sure but presumably she just looked the same but without the cybernetic enhancements. As we can tell she has been enhanced over the years by Thanos, she explicitly mentions that herself. Nebula: You were all I had, but you were the one who needed to win! Thanos pulled my eye from my head and brain from my skull and my ...


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Yes First, she learns physical skills incredibly fast. Whether this is a consequence of her other powers or something distinct isn't clear, but her trainer thought she was on performance-enhancing drugs due to how fast she learned. Some of her physical skills are possible in the real world—for a person who has been training since they were a child. ...


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Although it seems that there were two Captain Americas in the current timeline, you have to remember that significantly altering the past creates a branch in reality. When the Captain America in our timeline stayed in the past, he created a new reality separate from the one we saw in the movies. So if Sharon Carter exists in that timeline, she would be his ...


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That would very much depend on who you ask. The writers believe that Cap went back in the same timeline and so there would have been two Caps from their point of view. Fandango: So people are asking... Does this mean an old Captain America was hanging out this whole time while another Captain America was saving the day? Christopher Markus: That is ...


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Sharon Carter can exist in the timeline in which Captain America married Peggy Carter with Sharon being daughter of Peggy's brother or sister. It's just that Captain America didn't kiss Sharon of that timeline.


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Tony didn't have the glasses with E.D.I.T.H. on them during the Battle of Earth. You can see that at various times throughout when he doesn't have his helmet on. This makes sense as he had left them for Peter and would have done so before going on the Time Heist around the same time he made his will video. After that he didn't have time to fetch them again ...


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In Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Nebula says that she wanted a sister, while all Gamora wanted was to win. This was the root of her hatred. GAMORA: Nebula, I really don't need this. My day has been bad ENOUGH NEBULA: I don't need you always trying to beat me! GAMORA: I'm not the one who just flew across the universe because I wanted to win! ...


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From the commentary included with Avengers:Endgame Captain Marvel was able to locate Tony and Nebula in space because the ship had a homing beacon. She learned all that after the credits scene in Captain Marvel. - BGR Essentially, Rocket probably told her the ship had a homing beacon and gave her the frequency / info she needed to find it.


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In the commentary included with Avengers: Endgame. ..he was able to break his Vibranium shield because Eitri made his dual-edge sword from something much stronger. - BGR


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In Superior Spider-Man #30: Later, in Dead No More: Clone Conspiracy


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Ultimate Jameson also finds out about Ultimate Spiderman, right before he is seemingly killed by Ultimate Chameleon on Earth 1610. Chameleon captures both Jameson and Peter and while in captivity together Jameson figures it out, right before Chameleon shoots him in the head. https://marvel.fandom.com/wiki/Ultimate_Comics_Spider-Man_Vol_1_14


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In issue 12 from 1964, a virus leaves Peter too weak to fight Doc Ock but he tries anyway, and gets beat. Ock then removes Peter's mask in front of everyone, including JJJ: However, since Peter is too weak to fight or use his powers, nobody believes that he's actually Spider-Man, rather that Peter simply dressed up as him.


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We now know that MCU Wakanda has a seacoast (off of which the seaquake mentioned in "Endgame" occurred), so all these maps must be wrong. Or perhaps Wakanda conquered some territory during the five years of global chaos caused by the Snap. Do they still give out No-Prizes?


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While Raj's answer is correct about the main comics, during the Secret Wars event, one of the alternate Battleworld settings featured a character that was essentially a cross between parts Fu Manchu and the Mandarin, and was Shang-Chi's father. This setting was a basically a big martial arts mashup and replaced the Mandarin's physical ten rings with a "Ten ...


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In the comics, Peter once willingly revealed his identity to JJJ. TL; DR. In Peter Parker The Spectacular Spider-Man Issue # 6, Spider-Man agrees for a dinner/interview with J. Jonah Jameson. Long story short, Peter reveals his identity to JJJ just to make him understand that not all masked people around are bad people (NOTE: JJJ's wife was killed by a ...


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Trigger phrase for hypnosis, remapping, etc. Similar to the trigger words that were used for Bucky Barnes.


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Um...they have the same powerset, which is to say the ability to make their bodies superhuman by channeling mystic chi into it. And they are both supremely skilled martial artists. Those are the only things they have in common as far as I know.


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Jessica isn't acting perfectly rationally here. She's intelligent, certainly, but that doesn't mean she always makes optimal decisions. Her behavior has nothing to do with what's best for the case. It has everything to do with how she feels about Sallinger. She's furious with Sallinger. He stabbed her and nearly killed her. He's demeaned her and insulted her....


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According to IGN: While it might seem strange to pit Shang-Chi against a villain most commonly associated with Iron Man, this choice backs up a popular theory that the Mandarin will be depicted as Shang-Chi's father in the MCU movie. and The problems here are two-fold. One, Marvel no longer has the rights to the Fu Manchu character. Not only ...


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Your question doesn't state a specific canon or universe so specifically in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (Earth-199999) Spider-Man originally only has one type of webs, his normal ones. He creates the mixture himself and does improve on it but it is generally just the same webbing. He is up to at least version 3.01 as we see his doodles in class when he is ...


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