Marvel might be going Stranger Things way. We have seen a group of kids turning the world of a monster Upside Down in Netflix’s Stranger Things. Now, we might see a group of young kids joining Avengers in MCU to fight all the baddies. Yes, Marvel is planning on introducing Young Avengers in MCU just like Stranger Things.
- Marvel to go Stranger Things way by introducing Young Avengers in MCU?
- Stranger Things is turning stranger for our young heroes.
- Young Avengers in Marvel Comics and their origin.
- Introduction of Young Avengers in MCU. How?
Is Marvel planning to go Stranger Things way by introducing Young Avengers in MCU?
Sources close to Marvel have revealed some of Marvel’s plans for future of MCU, and as per those plans, it seems like Marvel is going Stranger Things way. Marvel comics is a world of its own, and that world has many superheroes, from the earth, from cosmic space, from other planets, etcetera.
But you probably don’t know Marvel has a team of Young Avengers as well. Yes, Young Avengers is a group of young kids who have superpowers, who fight with baddies just like Avengers do. Now, Marvel introducing Young Avengers in MCU has to do something with the success of Stranger Things.
Stranger Things is turning stranger for our young heroes.
We know what Netflix’s Stranger Things is because none of us has seen anything stranger. It’s a world where a Monster who can control the minds of people and animal has sneaked in from an alternate dimension. Where a group of kids and just a few adults fight against the deadliest threat to Humankind. Where a more than eleven-year-old girl, named Eleven, has superpowers to get things flipping with the flip of her neck, eyes, or fingers, whatever she feels comfortable with.
The world created by Duffer Brother has all the strangest things you could ever imagine, and as Stranger Things is proceeding with Season 4, things are expected to only turn further strange. Though we extremely love every bit of Stranger Things, the key takeaway is our young superheroes fighting against a monster.
However, we might see something similar in MCU as well. Yes, it’s possible and highly likely in the near future, Marvel might be introducing Young Avengers in MCU like the kids in Stranger Things.
Young Avengers in Marvel Comics and their origin
Young Avengers first appeared in their very own first volume of Marvel Comics named “Young Avengers #1” in April 2005. The team of Young Avengers features several adolescent superheroes who have connections with the original characters from Avengers.
These group of teenage superheroes are a part of the same world in which the events of the Civil War and the storyline of “Avengers Disassemble takes place. Young Avengers have several notable crossovers and appearances in the Marvel Comics with the team of Avengers.
Introduction of Young Avengers in MCU. How?
Marvel has some grand plans for MCU phase 4. With a couple of movies already into production, and numerous of Disney Plus shows waiting to be premiered, more additions are being done in the universe. If the rumours are to be believed, the latest addition in MCU can be the Young Avengers. The teaser for Marvel’s Disney + show “Wanda Vision” has probably hinted about the way Marvel is going to introduce Young Avengers in MCU.
In the entire teaser with 90s goofy vibes, where Wanda and Vision seemed having their happy married life, we noticed one extremely important detail. Other than the comic-accurate costume of Wanda, we saw two cribs. The presence of cribs means kids, kids of Wanda and Vision obviously as it’s their show.
Now, as per the comic storyline of The Young Avengers, Wiccan is the founder of the team, who is the son of Wanda and Vision. In the comics, their sons Thomas and William Kaplan grow up to be Speed and Wiccan, respectively. As we know that MCU is getting closer and closer to the comics, and “Wanda Vision” can be the most comically accurate adaptation of a storyline in MCU, thus, we can probably predict that “Wanda Vision” will be the show introducing Marvel’s Young Avengers in MCU.
It will be super fun to see cute kids coming together on announcing “Avengers Assemble”.
The article is written by – Saharsh W.S. Rathore