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The Multiverse Of Marvel

Marvel is an emotion. The Marvel Cinematic Universe is one of the most massive cinematic universes ever created. It was a separate universe of its own, created by Martin Goodman in 1939 as Timely Comics, which by 1951 had become marketed as Atlas Comics. The Fantastic Four and other superhero series created by Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, and others debuted in 1961, marking the start of the Marvel era. The MCU has a wide cast of heroes spread over the earth, galaxy, and universe, thanks to 28 films and five Disney+ series, with dozens more on the way. Marvel knows how to reach a wider audience, from comic books to movies.

The MCU films have been in development since 2007, and they are the most successful film franchise of all time, grossing over $25.8 billion worldwide. The Marvel cinematic universe features four phases. The first three feature The Infinity Saga, culminating in a struggle against Thanos and his army to save half of the existing population. With Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame, this was the finish line connecting the dots and bringing all cherished characters together. But what did every fan think? After Iron Man, Steve Rodgers, and the Infinity Saga, the MCU was in danger of losing its identity and only had one question in mind: what comes next?

Kevin Feige, CCO of Marvel Studios, and his team have kept a subtle approach. Many people would miss Marvel Studios' character placement as the groundwork is laid for the next Endgame-level team-up effort. However, if you look closely, Kevin Feige and his team divide their vast superhero roster into numerous branches throughout the MCU. This attempts to divide the universe into distinct zones to focus on and include more unique narratives. These MCU branches aren't set in stone, and they're continually evolving with each new episode of a show and addition to the movie collection.

With the end of the first three phases' iconic characters, the start and build of the fourth phase have been way too captivating, capturing the interest and love of the audience from the start, whether it's in the form of a series or a film. Many new superheroes and narrative lines have been explored with the continuation of the MCU, like Shang-chi and the ten rings, Eternals, Yelena Beloved, Kate Bishop, and the deserving ends were given to the original superheroes like Natasha Romanoff and Hawkeye. Marvel raises the bar in every film or series in terms of director, graphics, dialogue, story, acting, intensity, etc.

There have been several plot lines, branches, or leagues in the Marvel cinematic universe, but the Multiverse branch has been the current most popular one. The Multiverse is the league's fastest-growing branch, and it's ready to take off in full force. The MCU's Multiverse was introduced in Doctor Strange, teased in the Infinity Saga's last project, and has occupied center stage. Marvel's projects like WandaVision, Loki, What If...?, Spider-Man: No Way Home, and even Hawkeye helped raise awareness of the Multiverse and its implications.

The lineup is extensive, and the majority of the players are affiliated. However, the Multiverse branch's significant actors cannot be overlooked. Wong and America Chavez accompany Strange into the Multiverse of Madness. We'll also catch up with Wanda as she hunts for her sons, Tommy and Billy. Though all of this power appears to be too much to bear, Agatha Harkness continues to float around Westview. These individuals are intimately involved in the investigation of the Multiverse and its possible madness. However, we must not forget that Loki and Sylvie may have been at the forefront of this multiversal narrative involving Kang,

He Who Remains. In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Kang is the Multiverse's Thanos, and his influence on Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantamania leads Scott Lang and Hope Van Dyne into the branch. This branch of the MCU carries the most weight, and it will almost certainly establish specific laws that will lead to these universe divisions colliding at some time.

However, the MCU's newest branch is the supernatural, with the fewest seeds planted. The emphasis on classic spooky monsters such as the Vampire (Blade), The Mummy (Moon Knight), and the Knight (Dane Whiteman) all promotes the Werewolf by Night as the supernatural squad's final member. However, Moon Knight is a whole series dedicated to introducing this aspect of the MCU. The much-anticipated Blade is the star of this team, which was revealed softly in Eternals. Blade appears to be enlisting Dane Whitman for a supernatural adventure, while this subterranean Midnight Suns-style gang will operate in the shadows.

The fourth phase of Marvel is a fascinating and imaginative approach to having so many projects distributed across so many storylines while maintaining the MCU's ordered and unified tone. Many branches, such as the Multiverse, supernatural, and new superheroes, will be modified and created with each new endeavor. It will be intriguing to observe how the cards fall and where everyone stands when it comes time for the next endgame-level event. With all these branches in various stages of development, Fantastic Four has yet to make its mark even though plenty of powerful stories have been told. As Kevin Feige once said, "We haven't even gotten to Mutants yet."

The Marvel cinematic universe is more than just movies; it's creating a world of superheroes to the rescue that connects everything from comics to film. You can't just watch one movie and miss the other 27 films or series because everything is interconnected and goes beyond creativity. Doctor Strange and the Madness of the Multiverse, Marvel's most anticipated film, was released on May 8, 2022, and it has been breaking box office records since day one, setting the stage for something much more significant to come. Marvel has provided an escape to not only children but also teenagers and adults. With so many large projects upcoming like Thor: Love and Thunder, Shehulk, Ms.Marvel, and many other projects and storylines, it will only get bigger and better.











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