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Use this tag for questions that are related to the fictional universe in which all films and TV shows independently produced by Marvel Studios take place.

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I am talking about the scene in Avengers: Age of Ultron where Scarlet Witch supposedly makes Ultron feel pain. I mean the total human concept of really feeling pain/emotion is abstract and impossib …
asked Aug 22 '15 by Pando
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From the looks of it, the containment chamber and the Hulkbuster in Avengers: Age of Ultron seem to be floating in Earth's orbit. My question is, how did it get to Johannesburg in a matter of a few se …
asked Aug 25 '15 by Pando
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This is from the final battle scene in Iron man 3. My question is: Did Tony's Mark 42 really malfunction or did he use that as a pretext to get Killian's attention (he even stalls him by talking abo …
asked Dec 29 '15 by Pando
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In Guardians of the Galaxy Rocket asks Peter Quill to retrieve a prisoner's leg and he also attempts to get Ravager's cybernetic eye later in the movie. What's with his obsession for artificial body p …
asked Aug 30 '15 by Pando
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A few days ago, I asked a question on how Stan Lee was able to tell the stories to a trio of Watchers about being a FedEx agent when the events of GoTG Vol 2 took place in 2014 and Civil War in 2016. …
asked May 6 '17 by Pando
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Apparently Scarlet Witch does have the ability to fly. She's clearly levitating in this particular scene from Avengers: Age of Ultron which I didn't notice until I watched AoU for the 4th time today. …
asked Aug 23 '15 by Pando
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Some people say Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 takes place a few months after the first one (2014), which means before Civil War. If that's the case,
asked May 2 '17 by Pando
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There are various different uses of the number 12 across the Marvel Cinematic Universe: Does it have any significance at all or is it a running gag?
asked Aug 26 '15 by Pando
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James Gunn admitted his mistake http://in.ign.com/guardians-of-the-galaxy-vol-2-1/108210/news/james-gunn-acknowledges-small-guardians-of-the-galaxy-vol-2 And yes, I know I made a mistake. People …
answered May 17 '17 by Pando