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After Endgame, aren't there still Thanos-es in every alternate timeline?

wouldn't there be basically an infinite amount of universes where Thanos lives [...] Yes. Loki (2021) Season 1 expounds on the concept of timelines/universes in the MCU. In Loki, it was revealed ...
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What should I have seen in order to better understand "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness"?

I don’t understand the motivation and anger of Wanda. WandaVision would better help you understand her motivation and anger. Significant events happened in WandaVision that led to Wanda's present ...
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Did Tony Stark Know Jarvis?

It's not shown in the movies but yes, I believe this is covered in in the canon comic Iron Man 2: Public Identity Years later, Howard is working in his home office when a toy car runs into his foot. ...
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Did Tony Stark Create Vibranium?

Yes The novelization of Iron Man 2, however, contained a surprise. The New Element is referred to as vibranium by name, meaning Tony created it and that it didn’t exist before Iron Man 2. And for a ...
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What earth is (zombie body / Spanish speaking) Stephen Strange from?

He is referred to as Defender Strange by fans and media also Defender Strange's outfit is a reference to Doctor Strange's appearance in 2012's Defenders comic series. For which earth it belongs to, ...
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Who in the MCU has a secret identity?

I'm surprised that some popular ones weren't covered by other answers here first. There are several superheroes that meet those two conditions (that weren't already mentioned by others): Ant-man + ...
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Why can't they reverse time to fix infinity stones that Thanos destroyed by getting only time stone from the past?

First of all, it is questionable whether or not this would work. Doctor Strange was unusual even amongst sorcerers for being able to master the Eye of Agamotto, so it is not clear if there is anyone ...
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Why does Tony call his daughter Maguna?

Easy, the reason lies with the storytellers, the writers, or the creators of the scene, which isn’t always the writers. They wanted to make the audience believe that they may have a dog or other ...
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Who in the MCU has a secret identity?

Night monkey. This is a secret identity inside a secret identity, as Spider-Man wants to do superhero stuff in Prague, but does not want to be identified as Spider-Man. (Because Spider-Man had already ...
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Who in the MCU has a secret identity?

Mysterio does reveal his secret identity to S.H.I.E.L.D., and he isn't really a "superhero", but his secret identity isn't known to the general public, at least at first. I don't think it's ...
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Who in the MCU has a secret identity?

Well, as of the end of Episode 2, Ms. Marvel herself (aka "Night Light") counts. Even Damage Control don't know who she is other than that she's South Asian. Other than that, off the top of ...
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What were the criteria used in the MCU to determine who\what could be snapped?

Basically, all "animal" life. From this answer over on SF&F According to Marvel producer Kevin Feige Thanos' 'finger snap' resulted in the destruction of half of all life in the ...
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Thanos' motives

the Eternals tells us it was to stop the emergence happening on Earth. Actually, No You are operating under a false premise. The Eternals makes no statement that Thanos was trying to stop the ...
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Does anything happen in the Agent Carter series that impacts/references anything in the MCU?

Whilst no actions from the series cause any events to happen in the MCU timeline, it is quite a good series to watch and provides useful background information about both Captain America and Tony ...
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In the MCU, were any characters or entities powerful enough to resist The Snap?

We know that the Eternals were able to survive the snap. This, however, is not due to 'power': the Eternals were created before the Infinity Stones were, thus making them 'immortal' to the Infinity ...
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