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The MCU does not seem to replicate this part of Marvel comics
The following is adapted from YouTuber Patrick Willems ay new video essay “ Limits of Marvel Cinematic Universe – Part 2 .” View the full video above.
Marvel Cinematic Universe's major innovation was the storytelling of a serial comic storytelling on feature films: multiple stories in the same world, crossing and crossing sometimes. But what does “comic book storytelling” mean in the 21st century?
Marvel publishes many continuous series each month, each dedicated to all the characters or staff we know: Captain America, Iron Man, Spider-Man, Avengers, the Fantastic Four, Daredevil, Captain Marvel, et al. For many years, a new edition has started these series every month, and they are likely to be for years. Regardless of what is happening in different areas of the Marvel Universe, the stories about these characters continue.
Every year, Marvel makes a prestigious event like Civil War, which Marvel warriors division into an ideological battle; Secret invasion, because an army of Skrulls is changing shape to be invaded on Earth; or The House of M, where the mental breakdown of the Scarlet created an alternative reality. These stories always end in a way that changes the universe and establishes a new status quo (or as Marvel puts it, “Nothing will ever be!”). This new status quo is examined in the ongoing ongoing series for next year. At the end of the Civil War, Sharon Carter, a man of great importance, attacked Steve Rogers, and the series examined the migration: Bucky, the Winter Soldier, took the flag of Captain America, and Tony Stark became director on SHIELD and he