A Marvel fan believes that Earth's most powerful heroes could borrow a universe-inspired solution. Rick and Morty come Avengers: End of the Game.
Posting to Reddit's subreddit r / MarvelStudios, user u / DrWaffle1848 hypothesizes that the Avengers could defeat Thanos (Josh Brolin) by moving to an alternate universe in which his colleagues died in The Decimation, the term termed Thanos obliteration fifty cent of all life in the universe.
The user argues that the Avengers abandoning their planet in favor of a mirror would preserve the deaths of the victims who perished in The Decimation, causing the low views at the end of Avengers: Infinite War "Technically permanent".
Endgame Theory: The Rick and Morty Solution from r / marvelstudios
The surviving Avengers could then join Spider-Man (Tom Holland), Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman) and others, whose correspondents would remain dead in the Marvel Movie Universe, as this new counter-reality would be filled with a mixture of originals and versions still alive alternatives of heroes like Star-Lord (Chris Pratt) and Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch).
In the Adult Swim comedy, Morty and his mad scientist grandfather Rick inadvertently bring the end of the world after a love serum meant luring schoolmates to the human population, turning into grotesque mutations dubbed "Cronenbergs."
The duo then travels to one of many endless realities where Cronenberg's disaster was averted, but Rick and Morty of Earth died shortly after a violent explosion in the laboratory. Rick and Morty, coming from the world destroyed by monsters, then take over the places of their dead counterparts and assimilate into this new Earth.
But such a move would not avenge the dead, and goes against what Captain America (Chris Evans) says so seriously: "Some people move on, but not us."
In front of Infinity WarIn February 2018, Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige said his killings would be "real, this time" EW: "I could always list the characters we killed in our movies that did not come back, but the big ones, which I know they're looking at … I'd just say yes, people need to be careful what they want.
Infinite War and End of the game co-writer Christopher Markus similarly stated that the killings are "real", saying Buzzfeed:
"[[[[End of the game]Do not do what you think you do. It's a different movie than you think it is, "Markus said. "Besides that… [the deaths are] real. I just want to say it's real, and the sooner you accept it, the sooner you can move on to the next stage of mourning.
The Marvel Movie Universe sees next Captain Marvel, March 8, followed by Avengers: End of the Game April 26 and Spider-Man: Away From Home July, 5th.
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