WandaVision’s Avengers: Endgame Plot Hole Finally Fixed By Marvel

How did Marvel fix WandaVision’s Avengers? Ms. Marvel has finally made her Disney+ debut after months of anticipation. The series tells the story of Iman Vellani’s Kamala Khan, a Pakistani-American teen who is a huge fan of Captain Marvel, played by Brie Larson. It was revealed in the MCU show’s marketing that Kamala’s powers are not the same as those in the comics.

Despite this, Ms. Marvel has received overwhelmingly positive reviews from critics and fans alike. And it’s possible that some of the outrages stem from the Easter eggs that have been hidden so far.

The first episode of Ms. Marvel featured a slew of MCU Easter eggs. The latest installment of the MCU, which includes a character from Spider-Man: No Way Home and pays tribute to Black Widow’s death, is sure to excite any MCU fan.

Marvel’s Ms. Marvel also explained an Easter egg that still has fans talking to this day, aside from fun references to the larger Marvel universe.

The Scarlet Witch “could have taken out Thanos on her own” during Avengers: Endgame’s final battle at the Avengers Compound, according to Monica Rambeau, Teyonah Parris, and Randall Park’s Jimmy Woo in WandaVision Episode 5:

“She could have taken out Thanos on her own if he hadn’t initiated a blitz. I mean nobody else came close.”

While fighting Thanos at the compound in Endgame, Wanda was nearly victorious before the Mad Titan’s ship opened fire.

Due to the large number of fights that took place in the final battle, it was difficult to determine who was fighting who during this exchange. Fans were baffled as to how Rambeau and Woo, who weren’t present during the fight, could have known so much about Wanda and Thanos’s exchanges, given their apparent intimate knowledge of the events.

When this information was first made public, it was presumed that only the FBI and SWORD had access to it. Ms. Marvel, on the other hand, demonstrated that this is not the case.

Ms. Marvel’s Solution to the WandaVision’s Avengers Plot Hole

Ms. Marvel Disney+ Episode Runtimes Revealed

In the most recent Ms. Marvel episode, it was revealed that the general public was aware of the final battle against Thanos because of one Avenger: Scott Lang, aka Ant-Man.

A podcast called This Powered Life had an episode titled “Big Me, Little Me, – A Scott Lang Interview.” where Scott Lang was a guest. After the battle at the Avengers complex in Endgame, he supposedly gave a detailed breakdown of what happened there.

The Repercussions of Captain Marvel’s Endgame Reveal

When Scott Lang revealed what happened in Endgame’s final battle, it is unidentified how the other Avengers reacted, but it is possible that there were different reviews from the group. Despite this, it appears that the general public is still unaware of the Time Heist that the Avengers used to gather the Infinity Stones, which could indicate that not all of the information was revealed on the podcast.

Interviewees would have been eager to learn about Wanda’s strength, Captain Marvel’s dismantlement of the Mad Titan-infested ship, and Iron Man’s sacrifice to subdue him because these revelations would have given them a sense of how the Avengers constructed and saved the day.

As a result of Lang’s interview, new heroes, such as Kamala Khan, were inspired to take center stage. As a young Marvel Comics character, she may have drawn inspiration from Lang’s appearance on a podcast to fuel her admiration for Captain Marvel.

This information’s release does have one drawback, however. It’s possible that other Avengers’ potential villains will use Lang’s information to their advantage, using it as leverage to pinpoint Earth’s Mightiest Heroes’ weaknesses or tendencies. The Kingpin and Val are two villains who might use this information to defeat the Avengers in the future.

Whatever the case may be, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania may be able to explain why Scott Lang spilled the beans about one of the most important battles in the MCU.