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The goal of the Daisy LMDs was to kill the Inhumans. To avoid suspicion and the Inhumans contacting each other more Daisys can be used at once to kill the Inhumans at the same time. In the meantime, Daisy will contact the Inhumans, inform them she's coming to collect them personally. Yes. And then execute them on sight. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., ...


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He doesn’t wear a wig at all for the majority of the films, it’s all his own hair albeit dyed at times, certainly so in the earlier films, because he has quite dark hair. You can see this from some of the real life photos of the actor, for example, the premieres for Captain America: The First Avenger, Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Avengers: Endgame....


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As far as I can tell, the only times Evans wore a hairpiece while filming the MCU films were during the shawarma scene at the end of the first Avengers movie, since it was filmed later and he'd already had to change his hairstyle for filming Snowpiercer (they also had to use prosthetics to hide his facial hair, which is why Cap isn't eating), and when ...


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This is highly unlikely to be a German flag. Firstly, it is too small for a normal sized flag so unless it is a cushion cover with the flag markings on it, it is unlikely to be one. Also from the image supplied, and I can't find a better one or different angle really, the yellow stripe is bigger than the other two. This leads me to believe it is not the flag ...


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The hair changes from grey to black during the transformation. We see this during Hulk Vol. 2 Issue 23, "Who is the Red Hulk?", in the World War Hulks storyline. It is revealed that Red Hulk is indeed Ross and we witness the transformation a few times including a full body shot: We also see his transformation in the below image but I'm not entirely sure ...


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I offer this as a supplement to TheLethalCarrot's answer. Incredible Hulk #376 (1990), is a bountiful source of whacky partial transformation. The mind of Bruce Banner is a turbulent mess and three identities are battling for control: Banner, Green Hulk, and Grey Hulk. That battle takes on strange results... ...and... Ultron Forever: New Avengers (2015) ...


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It’s complicated. Ultron sure was using the twins to fulfil his plans of dropping Sokovia and wiping out the human race. We know he was planning this all along from Vision’s dream when Wanda reads his mind. Wanda Maximoff: How could you? Ultron: How could I what? Wanda Maximoff: You said we would destroy the Avengers, make a better world. ...


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His endgame (get it?) was always to reforge the earth, eradicating humanity (them included) to make room for something better, probably his own creations. So it would be logical to say he didn't care or barely cared about them.


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Not really as much. In the comics his strength is proportional, also he gained his abilities in teenage/childhood at age 14-15 so his muscle definition is not well toned out yet. He gets bigger over time. His muscle tone is often the byproduct of his artist who draws him. But most Artists often depict him as a rather lanky, muscles, like Bruce Lee. Not Big ...


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In FF issue 250 Skrulls are said to be worst than nazis! Once they are discovered as Skrulls in this issue, Ben Grimm doesn't have to hold back (as most heroes do in fights) and ends the fight quickly. Most Skrulls are evil. They are superior to humans (which they flaunt) plus they have super-skrulls who can go toe-to-toe with most heroes. Never heard of ...


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MOST of the molecules in question are organic derived molecules. The protein in dragline silk is fibroin (Mr 200,000-300,000) which is a combination of the proteins spidroin 1 and spidroin 2. The exact composition of these proteins depends on factors including species and diet. Fibroin consists of approximately 42% glycine (CH2-COOH) and 25% alanine (C3H7NO2)...


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In the movie Logan, there's an expository scene wherein Dr. Zander Rice reveals how Transigen, based on his work, distributed gene therapy through food products to suppress the X-gene in mutants. You can watch the scene in question here. Said exposition is also foreshadowed in the movie when Will Munson tells Logan about how the farms around his residence ...


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I doubt it. First, obviously the question of whether it can be acquired by sacrificing Wade Wilson is about as answerable as asking whether sacrificing Edward Cullen would suffice. Neither of them exists in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. However, the closely related question of whether someone with powers like Deadpool would work is answerable. Deadpool ...


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The process of sacrificing someone for the Soul Stone is irreversible so it would seem that sacrificing someone with regenerative abilities would not help you keep the person. Q: Can you get the soul your sacrificed for the Soul Stone back when you return it? A: No, the process is irreversible. Even if you have returned it to its original location, ...


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A mixture of green screen, motion capture and outright CGI. As you can see from this making-of featurette, although Marvel weren't averse to using physical effects, basically every scene in which Ant-Man does anything while wearing his suit, he's set against a blue screen, with mo-cap dots on either the suit or an entire mo-cap suit. Rudd did the close-up ...


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Whilst there is of course some CGI affects being used parts of the shots are done using forced perspective, oversized props and other visual affects. In the backpack scene in Ant-Man and the Wasp, for example, there is an oversized backpack used and some different sized stairs. “For the backpack, we had two different sizes,” says Ceretti in the official ...


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Well, since her molecules gets 'reset' every second, do you think she could be snapped? I mean, if one of her cells of her body would die, a new cell would instantly be created. That allowed her to go through walls etc.


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In terms of a Watsonian explanation, all I can think of is that direct confrontation with Lorelei was to be avoided if at all possible. The S.H.I.E.L.D. agents were ordered to remain outside while Sif confronted their foe. As a female Asgardian. she was best-equipped to fight her. They were there to provide backup if necessary, or if Lorelei tried to flee. ...


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This can't really be answered definitively for a given reader date unless a particular comic pins down her age, but there was an article written about this very question, "The Pryde Scale or Fun With Aging in the Marvel Universe" by Edward WinterRose (first published to The Bendis Board in 2008, then republished in 2015 at Observation Deck, which was hosted ...


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Yes. Technically while his skeleton is adamantium coated, there's still separate bones, connected by ligaments and tendons, this explains how the Hulk ripped him in half. His bones are unbreakable, but the joints that hold them together are still soft tissue


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Odin has a complicated relationship with humans but he does appear to think Asgardians are somewhat superior to humans depending on the situation. In Thor when he casts Thor out he tells him: Odin: You are unworthy of this Realm... unworthy of your title unworthy of the loved ones you've betrayed. I hereby take from you your powers. In the name of my ...


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In Thor: The Dark World, Odin argued to Loki that Asgardians and mortals shared similar characteristics: LOKI : I went down to Midgard to rule the people of Earth as a benevolent God, just like you. ODIN : We are not gods! We're born, we live, we die, just as humans do. LOKI : Give or take five thousand years. Arguably you could have "inferior" ...


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By the time we see Hulk in Thor: Ragnarok he has become the Grandmaster’s top champion and has been winning fights for years. He is clearly loving it and doesn’t want to leave, he plays up for the crowd and is having a lot of fun. It’s made clear he doesn’t want to leave when Thor starts coming up with an escape plan and Hulk doesn’t want to go along with it:...


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Consider how little of the major events actually take place where the general public would be able to see them. The initial fight takes place entirely within the Mirror Dimension so the only part anyone that isn't a wizard might notice would be the Ancient One appearing out of nowhere on the street. The first battle for the New York Sanctum that we do see ...


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You're most certainly talking about the Steel Serpent. He was introduced in 1975 only. Being able to drain the power of the Iron Fist from its wielder is the most notable ability in his power set. This happened in the Marvel Team-Up Vol. 1 #64 (1977).


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Wong: While heroes like the Avengers protect the world from physical dangers, we sorcerers safeguard it against more mystical threats. Doctor Strange The Avengers weren’t involved in the events of Doctor Strange because it is not the type of threat they deal with or even know about. That said Doctor Strange takes place in 2016 to 20171. So during ...


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I think Mjolnir decides who is worthy based on their overall personality and self sacrificing instinct. For example, when Thor was willing to give up his life he became worthy again. I also feel if this is the case then the following would be worthy as of Avengers: Endgame:


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Carol can travel insanely fast. The fastest on screen example of this we see is at the end of Captain Marvel when she leaves Earth with the Skrulls and can easily keep up with the ship going at what appears to be lightspeed. However, we know she can't travel instantaneously so there is some cap to her speed. We know this ...


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In "The Truth of History" (2008), Thor and the Warriors Three find themselves way back in Ancient Egypt. Thor lends a hammer to help slaves cutting giant stones for a pyramid.


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Hmm, there's also the famous Wanted poster cover first scene in Uncanny X-men 141. They've used that in almost Every comic brand, Marvel, Dc, etc.


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It seems partly because he was already weakened and he was resigned to it already happening. There was nothing more that he could do. Previously in the Battle of Wakanda he had been stabbed by Corvus Glaive again1 which weakened him quite a lot. When Wanda lands next to him to begin the Stone destruction Vision is laying on the floor with next to no life ...


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First of all, the nuclear bomb detonates after the suit shuts down. So the EMP has absolutely nothing to do with anything. I am pretty sure his suit of armour simply shorted out because of deep space radiation frying its electronics due to inadequate shielding. The Earths magnetosphere is created by the earth's magnetic field, and it acts as a shield ...


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There is one major thing difference between these type of wieldings. Mjolnir was already owned by Odinson. He wasn't unworthy at the time making him thor. When Captian America wielded Mjolnir he was worthy but there was already a thor claiming the title. Another theory is that while every other wielder of Mjolnir was excepting the role of Thor, captain ...


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In the ultimate universe, yes and no. While his powers in the ultimate universe are the same optic blasts, the source, on the other hand, is the same as his brother Havok's. This means that he has no portals where his infinite powers come from. But rather they are from absorbing ambient energy from his environments such as sunlight and electricity and store ...


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Cull is speaking in his own native tongue. We don't know what planet that is, but at least we know that he's using words. Cull Obsidian added something vicious sounding in his native tongue, which sounded more like a series of grunts and growls. As Tony grew more and more impatient. Maw continued. "Be thankful that your meaningless lives are now con—" ...


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Unfortunately, we don't know. I initially thought he was only grunting but after paying attention and re-watching the introduction scene with him and Ebony Maw on Earth he certainly is making words not just noises. I've checked all the common places and no information is given. The closest we get is the subtitles on Disney+ which simply say: (SPEAKS ALIEN ...


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I actually made a post that would answer this. https://scifi.stackexchange.com/a/231267/43157 In the case of Wolverine being slashed at a joint, thereby losing that limb, it seems he DOES get the adamantium back, doesn't it? If you buy my explanation, the particles of adamantium actually return to him or reform because he doesn't think about it. It's ...


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Hmm. I suppose this would be a good time to put forth my theories. Short Answer: Yes. Long Answer: Everyone is incorrect about Wolverine's abilities, including some of the people who write him. Wolverine does not heal, he reforms. Hear me out. His body, the flesh, separate from him as a person, is essentially human, if tough. His cells will not DIE from ...


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The make-up guys say it's "hard to describe" Quoting this bit of Make-Up Artist Magazine: But designing the crimson-hued character proved challenging for make-up department head Jeremy Woodhead and Nik Williams from Animated Extras. As Woodhead explains, “The red color was actually the hardest thing to figure out, because we didn’t want him to be a ...


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In the 1999 miniseries Earth-X (now officially designated as Earth-9997), the Celestials had long-ago implanted an egg within the Earth that would eventually hatch into a new Celestial. In order to protect the egg, they modified humans to have the capacity to develop superpowers either through evolution (thus Marvel's Mutants) or through some kind of trigger,...


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As it has been stated in the other answers, Odin specifies that Asgard is not a place, but its people. The difference between Hela and Thor was this knowledge of where exactly their power came from. Hela was obsessed with placing herself on the throne of Asgard, to become the Queen of Asgard. She believed (as did Loki, originally) this was the seat of "...


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There are no likely human deaths on screen, most of the action takes place away from them. The only injuries there are seem to be from flying glass from when all the windows smash in the building. Can’t really provide evidence for this as it’s hard to prove a negative.


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In Thor #600 Mjolnir is damaged in a fight with Bor. It is never fully destroyed but rather partially broken. Later in Thor #602 Thor goes to Doctor Strange asking him to fix Mjolnir for him. To fix it Strange channels the Odinforce, if he is able to channel it to fix Mjolnir it is possible he can do the same to recreate it from scratch. Click image to ...


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Because they were preoccupied fighting some of the other Avengers. You have to remember the main plan was to keep the main battle busy whilst the Black Order, specifically Corvus, retrieved the Mind Stone from Vision. The battle, if anything, was a secondary objective. Of the survivors and none traitors of the Black Order we have: Cull Obsidian After Thor ...


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Could they? Presumably so but we don’t know for sure. The Infinity Stones were never “destroyed destroyed” as stated by Thanos and later confirmed out of universe too. Thanos: Gone. Reduced to atoms. Avengers: Endgame We also know that the Infinity Stones work in the same universe but outside of their own timeline and they work on a similar scale ...


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Peyton Reed, the director of the film, confirmed that it was indeed Natasha (Black Widow) in a Tweet from a few days ago: @AnniBananniMixr: @MrPeytonReed I have a question for you, on @Antman who was falcon talking too when he didn't want Cap finding out about him getting his butt kicked #Antman @MrPeytonReed: Great question. He’s talking to ...


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Almost certainly himself. Thor has control over the Reality Stone and the Warriors Three/Lady Sif are his friends, allies and warriors. They would take the Stone there if he wanted them to. You also have to remember that Loki had put Odin under a spell and taken his place at the end of Thor: The Dark World. It wouldn’t be like him to send the Reality Stone ...


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Because Hulk doesn’t get the chance, he falls in the water after Fenris and only gets up after Surtur has risen and Hela has been defeated.


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