What is Marvel if …? Its first six episodes are full of surprises, but the animated anthology series seems to have an even bigger trick.
On September 14, Marvel Studios released a mid-season trailer that indicated that MCU Stories would be the focus of the last four episodes of Season 1. The sixth entry around Eric Kilmonger arrives on Wednesday, September 15th – an episode that was teased by the mid-season trailer, and others before that.
It appears, though, what if …? Is preparing for a big show for the end of its season 1: a multi-versa Avengers team consisting of its other eight episode heroes. And there it is. enough Evidence that this will be the case.
First, let’s check out what happened …? Mid Season Teaser:
From the beginning, is it possible that some kind of superhero team will be formed? What in the first season? The trailer image that greets us shows a version of Supreme Doctor Strange and Thor, called ‘Party Thor’, looking at an unknown location.
Here are two things to consider: First, Supreme Dr. Strange has escaped from his universe. As you may recall, Ajib destroyed his universe when he brought his girlfriend Christine back from the dead.
In doing so, he eliminated what is known as the “absolute point” in his universe’s timeline. Christine had to die in her dimension and, in bringing her back, she broke the rules. Thus, his universe breaks down by itself and traps him forever.
It’s weird to see him escape from prison, well, weird. As the Watchman revealed at the end of Supreme Dr. Strange’s episode, he should not have been able to give up his reality – unless someone had set him free. More on that later.
Next, we have the party Thor talking strangely. What if we haven’t seen Party Thor …? Yet the installment but, given that everything if …? The episode will tell stories in the universe that are different from each other, the pair should not share the screen time at all.
Go to the 0:33 mark and you will actually see Strange and Thor talking for a second or two. “Zombie! Great idea!” Thor tells Strange, who has probably landed the undead army at the now unknown danger. This is a call from the fourth episode of the show, namely its zombie entry, which proves the idea that if …? Its many universes are about to collide, or its superheroes are about to join the army.
There is more evidence to suggest that this will happen. Cut the mid-season trailer’s 0:22 mark, and what’s in five if …? K’s multifaceted heroes stand in a circle that bears a striking resemblance to Avengers’ famous stance in his 2012 MCU film.
We see the Black Widow, Captain Carter, the star Lord T. Chala, Gamora (Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame to Thanos-like armor) and Party Thor standing in the ruins of New York. Captain Carter, in particular, has a troubled look on his face, which indicates that something big is about to happen.
The black widow is the key character in this shot. He is only briefly shown as the camera revolves around other superheroes, but we see that he is wearing some heavy duty armor. We saw a glimpse of the black widow in the coach on two other occasions. One takes place at the 0:58 mark where she throws Captain Carter’s shield off the screen. Again, this is set between the ruins of New York, so it must be in the same timeline as the panoramic shot we mentioned in the paragraph above.
The second requires that you lower the trailer’s 0:09 mark. You will also see the Black Widow pull out two robots with her motorcycle before the next shot shows her braking (on her motorcycle) wearing the same vessel.
This is the most interesting aspect of the trailer for us. The robots he kills are very similar in style to Ultran, which is a big draw from the 2015 Marvel movie Avengers: Age of Ultron.
What does this mean? In one of Marvel Multiverse’s other realities, Ultron may have defeated the Avengers (and possibly killed some). No one is able to stop the emotional AI humanoid, Ultron seems to be the ruler of the world now.
We catch a glimpse of Ultron in action in the mid-season trailer. One, at the 1:17 mark, Mullener saw the robot being thrown backwards by the thorn hammer, as the god of thunder swings it on the electron. Second, at the 1:19 mark, Ultran is shown leading his robotic army to conquer the world.
So it is possible that Ultron is a superheroine who has to stop the Multi-Versal Avengers lineup. But, if they exist in parallel dimensions to each other, and cannot cross each other’s universes, how can they join forces? And, more importantly, why would they need to do that?
We think we know why: because the danger of the electron is so great that it threatens the multiverse itself.
In the second Avengers movie, Ultron manages to hack the Internet with lightning speed, allowing him to expose every horrible moment in the history of humanity and decide to destroy humanity.
So Ultron has the ability to learn things very quickly and make decisions in an instant. After that, there is every chance that he will somehow become aware of the existence of Marvel Multiverse. If he knew that the universe has an infinite number of human beings, he would like to travel to each one to destroy their human population.
However, doing so would jeopardize the existence of multiviruses. Ultron does not have the power to kill every human being outside his own universe, but it will not stop him from trying. If he succeeds, he could cause every other universe to collapse on its own, as Supreme Dr. Strange did in Episode Four.
In our opinion, all this will lead to an important decision if …? At the end of: The viewer will Is To interfere.
As the Almighty tells us, He has the power to step in and change events, but He chooses not to intervene.
In the episode of Supreme Doctor Strange, for example, The Witcher Strange could have accumulated all this magical power and prevented evil, but he did not. He could have saved Strange’s universe when Strange begged him to do the same, but Watcher chose not to go.
If electrons threaten the existence of multivariates, though, that’s a very different scenario. The viewer will have to work to preserve every other universe that Altron has already conquered.
How could he do that? Catching superheroes from alternate directions and using them to stop Ultron. This means that Captain Carter, Supreme Dr. Strange and the company that travels in the universe of Ultron have been tasked with defeating him.
If they agree to help, the janitor can offer them a deal. He could have sent Captain Carter back with Steve Rogers in the 1940s, or saved the universe of Supreme Dr. Strange if he had helped stop the Ultron from a multi-faceted genocide.
Of course, we can be completely wrong in our claims. This is purely ulation speculation by us, which if …? Is based on the mid-season trailer, and we have no inside information. But we can’t help but wonder where Season 1 is going. Puzzle pieces are there, and it will be interesting to see if we are right.