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I was looking into this today and I can't respond via a comment to what Charles said based on Stackexchange's minimum credit system, but a glaive is simply a European polearm. I guess all glaives are polearms, but not all polearms are glaives (unless you're speaking English and using the term broadly). It was probably called a glaive because it looks like a ...


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Cap goes back to the forties to replace the first stone, then lives a quiet life with his girl, replacing the stones as time goes on. This doesn't create a new time line because he doesn't change anything. He has to go totally unrecognized for this to work. So what about Mjolnir? This means that from the 40s up to Dark World, there are 2 Mjolnirs, and ...


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It looks likely that only a few of those rescued by Loki, Korg, and company (from the battle on the Rainbow Bridge) may have survived, probably escaping aboard Grandmaster Goldblum's pleasure craft (or escape pods we never saw) while the rest were killed. But it seems improbable they were the only ones. First, Asgard ruled... er, maintained peace in a ...


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From what I understand, this was the MCU's way of confirming Tony Stark was adopted, possibly to open up more storylines. Who is this biological child, where are they? What happened to Stark secrecy? And it might seem like this is all irrelevant due to Tony Stark's story arc ending, but the MCU is more connected than ever before. A short, basic answer could ...


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It was meant to be one dimension. The problem with one dimension is however that Thanos jumped ship from 2014 to 2019 to chase after the stones and dies. There should be no need to replace ALL the stones as there is already a back to the future paradox. I.E. Thanos doesn't exists to hunt the stones thus the original snap should never have happened, thus ...


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Peter has always liked her and they have always been close friends per what we've seen. In fact it would even seem like MJ likes Peter in Spider-Man: Homecoming before Peter even realises he likes her back. We catch a few glimpses of her thinking about him or staring at him, like at the end of their last exchange in the first film. And a few other times she ...


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You know how teenagers are. Boys like every single girl who is out of their league. (And writing a story about how they meet and fall for each other is just romantic movie genre 101.) But, in this particular movie, these characters are based on comic book characters. So most of the people who watch/going to watch are aware about the romantic relationship ...


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As a quick answer, the Russo's along with writers Markus and McFeely stated on the feature commentary that one of the main choices for the use of the particular time travel apparatus was simply due to the fact that its inception was already pre - figured in the plot, thanks to Peyton Reeds Ant-Man films which both set up the notion and mechanics of the '...


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Here is my theory. Thanos still lives in the main MCU timeline. Thanos had the Infinity Guantlet with Infinity Stones, but he know that this alone did not make him invincible. Thus, during the second snap, which happens off camera, Thanos decides to hide and clone himself. He places the weakened clone on the planet as a farmer and lets the Avengers kill him....


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I believe I read that he is based on the aviator/inventor Howard Hughes who definitely in real life was sort of abrupt and, being very sure of himself, might seem arrogant to others. I suspect that many successful people in technology would indeed seem arrogant -- a more recent example is Steve Jobs.


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