Looking at the Spider-man slinging from his spider-web; Captain America taking blows and yet standing strong, we wonder if we will ever be able to achieve that. What is it that makes them so special? What is the science behind the superhero genes of every Avenger?
We have been watching the Avengers doing superhero stuff from ages. First in the Marvel comics, now as the driving engine for the MCU. Since ages, Avengers are saving the world and New York city from various sort of threats. Some of these threats are human, while some bring cosmic powers with them. But our heroes fight them all and beat them all.
Whenever there’s a fight, you will see Spiderman shooting his spiderwebs, Iron Man flying in Iron Suit, Black Widow chocking everyone with her thighs, Hulk becoming green and smashing every-thing with Hulk smash, and every other Avenger is using their unique powers to save the world.
But we wonder, why them?
Why these selected people?
Why can’t anyone wear an Iron Suit and save the world?
What is the secret science behind the genes of every Avenger?
- Super Humans! What is the science behind the genes of every Avenger?
- The experiments with the genes to make Avengers.
- The Avengers who trained themselves to become a superhero.
- There is a science behind the genes of every Avenger. But what is it?
Super Humans! What is the science behind the genes of every Avenger?
Every Avenger has a different sort of power. Even if the powers of all the Avengers are not godly, still they have managed to save the world from some of the most powerful beings and armies in the universe. So, what makes them special?
Is it only about the super-serums injected inside a few of them?
Or is it all about the training some of them did?
Or there is some science and secret behind the genes of every Avenger?
The experiments with the gene to make Avengers.
We have seen a lot of experiments with the genes of humans to turn them in superheroes in MCU. Most of them failed, and a selective-ones succeeded. Captain America was injected with Super-serum in his genes. This serum made him immune to any kind of blow or threat an enemy could possess. He became faster, stronger, and eventually an Avenger.
Dr Bruce Banner became Hulk when the Gama Rays got involved with his genes. After that, whether with consent or forcefully, Hulk always came out when we needed him. Spider-man was bitten by a radioactive spider. Again, it merged with the gene of Peter Parker, and he got the abilities to shoot out Spider-web from his body. We know it all.
We know how a super-hero serum or poison of radioactive spider mingled with Steve Rogers and Peter Parker and made them Captain America and Spider-man respectively.
But the question remains the same. What was so special about these people that the experiments worked only upon them? What was such a secret science behind the genes of every Avenger?
The Avengers who trained themselves to become a Superhero.
Eliminating the Avengers who got powers from serum or experiment doesn’t empty the list. There are many Avengers who made it there by their will, their brain, and practice. Iron Man aka Tony Stark wasn’t bitten by any Iron-spider. He used his brain to create superior technology, and he trained himself to be able to fight against the deadliest armies of the universe.
Antman aka Scott Lang knew nothing of Hank’s tech, and neither he had any power. Yet he was chosen, and he proved everyone that Ants are superheroes. Same was the case with Black Widow. No one injected any super-power in her, and she doesn’t have any. All she has is her training of being a super-assassin.
There is a science behind the genes of every Avenger. But what is it?
When Carol Danvers was exposed to Tesseract, she consumed the powers instead of getting killed by it like any normal Human. Before Captain America, experiments on many stronger cadets were failed. Dr Strange was the most unqualified one to be the choice of the ancient one. So, before the experiments happened. Before all of them became Avengers.
What was it that made them eligible of it? Other then a serum injected in genes, or superior training, there must have been something special that made them eligible in the first place. Though Marvel has come too ahead with the characters to answer these questions, someday, some fan is going to find this science behind the genes of every Avengers.