For many fans, Loki has been the most anticipated MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) show. While WandaVision and Falcon & The Winter Soldier were able to stand on their own, a journey with Loki could mean anything.
This season successfully intrigues the audience with an interesting and pleasurable experience.
In 2016, the first attempt at a suicide squad film was released, leaving many people trying to forget its existence.
Now five years later, with the launch of The Suicide Squad, it leaves fans wondering… “why couldn’t they have done this the first time?”
This is a true spy thriller! Explosions, automobile chases, and a lot of action Black Widow has it all, and it doesn’t waste any time getting into it.
It makes you wonder why the Avenger took so long to earn her film and why she doesn’t have as many as the other founding members of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes.
Admittedly this show is going to upset people. As a black man, what does it mean to hold Captain America’s shield? The show asks that question and doesn’t shy away from uncomfortable topics.
From solid character moments to engaging fight scenes, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier gives MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) fans a much more familiar outing than they were given with WandaVision.
Like many others, I was concerned about where the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) would be headed after the conclusion of the most ambitious events in the series thus far.
However, my doubts were proven wrong, and once again, Marvel has found a way to hook their fans back in if they’re willing to stick with it.