in the next Avengers Thanos bashes hulk and it's a reverse of what he just went through because he ends up not being able to turn into hulk as apposed to previously when he was stuck as hulk, all Thanos wanted in that whole movie was to watch the sun go down. Might have something to do with it.
The pregnancy Howard is talking about in 1970 couldn't be Tony. First, in the MCU, Tony is older. In Iron Man 2 when Tony is watching the old reel to reel movies of his dad rehearsing the "1974" Stark Expo, young Tony appears in the movie and takes a prop off the table behind Howard. Tony is at least 8 years old.This would make him born at least 1966. So, I ...
Ronan is not immortal. As seen on this Wikipedia page, his powers are listed as:
Expert in military tactics
Skilled hand-to-hand combatant
Superhuman strength, speed, endurance, and reflexes
Utilizes Kree exoskeleton armor
Wields "Universal Weapon"
It mentions nothing about immortality, nor does the page for the Kree. ...
As a Kree, he is well above average strength. As an Accuser, he wears Accuser armor, which is meant to enhance the wearer's strength and stamina. At the beginning of The Guardians of the Galaxy, Ronan executes a member of the Nova Corps, and the victim's blood mixes with what is likely Odium. As seen in Agents of SHIELD, Kree warriors will inhale/ingest the ...
According to Marvel:
The youth who would eventually be called the Ancient One was born over five hundred years ago in Kamar-Taj, a village in a hidden land in the Himalaya Mountains in the area now known as Tibet.
After travelling the world for centuries the Ancient One built a palace with an order of monks to protect and assist him.
Let's see: although ...
I assume when Tony Stark flashed the firmware, he was "root". Standard practice is to leave the root account alone, and do everything through a superuser account. So he would have a superuser account that he did everything through.
At some point, he transferred the "root" account to Peter.
So at the beginning of the movie, Peter has the root "password" (...
Stormbreaker may not have the worthiness requirement, but I myself still think that Thanos was worthy. He genuinely believed that hat he was doing was the right thing to do. He was willing to sacrifice everything he loved (Gamora) and himself (the snap) in order to save half of the universe. He had a plan to save trillions, and he acted on it. He never ...
Yes, he is worthy, because looking at the science of Mjolnir, you have to be worthy to hold it in way, shape, or form. Remember how in Age of Ultrone, Tony couldn’t lift Mjolnir with his Iron Man hand.