Warning: Spoilers for Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantummania
in a kong version Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantummania Supports a huge theory about a new Avengers team forming in the MCU. For a while now, there has been speculation that Marvel is slowly laying the groundwork for a specific Avengers group to come out of Marvel Comics. The development in Ant-Man’s third film builds further evidence for his introduction in the near future.
By quantummania After two post-credits scenes, Marvel made some significant leaps and bounds in terms of its setup for the future of the MCU. The live-action debut of four new Kong variants in Phase 5 and Phase 6 teases some challenging battles for the heroes of the MCU. Here’s a look at three of these Kang variants – Ram-Tut, Immortus, and someone who could be the Scarlet Centurion – among the foes the Avengers will face avengers: kong dynasty, Interestingly, one version in particular offers a possible hint at which Avengers characters will be on hand.
Ram-Tut vs West Coast Avengers in Marvel Comics
Ram-Tut, dressed to look like an Egyptian pharaoh in the Kong version quantum frenzy, boasts an interesting link to the West Coast Avengers and an MCU superhero, Moon Knight. introduced in the pages of Fantastic Four, represents an earlier point in Rama-tut Kang’s timeline. To satisfy his need for power, a time-traveling Nathaniel Richards – before becoming Kang – settled in ancient Egypt and became its pharaoh. As Rama-Tut, the character crossed paths with several superheroes. His most memorable storylines involved the West Coast Avengers, a branch of the Avengers based in Los Angeles.
After dying in battle with Rama-Tut, a time-traveling Hawkeye was resurrected by Khonshu, the Egyptian god of the moon, and the god Moon Knight gets his powers. Apparently, Khonshu despised Rama-Tut’s treatment of him as a god and wanted to depose him. To that end, Khonshu uses Moon Knight to arrange for Hawkeye’s team to return to the present, until Hawkeye and the West Coast Avengers defeat Ram-Tut for him. It was this event that catapulted Moon Knight into the team’s orbit, thus opening the door for Moon Knight to become an official member.
Ram-Tut Makes Moon Knight To Join The Avengers
By Adding Ram-Tut To The MCU, Marvel Quietly Gave Moon Knight A Reason To Join The Fray avengers: kong dynasty Or maybe a separate MCU installment. In Moon Knight’s Disney+ show, an Ammit minion was seen wearing a jacket emblazoned with a Ram-Tut symbol. It serves as an early tease of the villain in Moon Knight’s corner of the MCU, and thanks to Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantummania, His presence has been confirmed. Not unlike his comic counterpart, it is far from an inference that Rama-Tut has inadvertently incurred Khonshu’s wrath.
Eventually, it makes sense that Rama-Tut intervenes in the time stream, becoming ruler of Egypt and essentially stealing Khonshu’s worshippers, much to the anger of the god. If this happens, it is possible that Khonshu will arrange a temporary partnership between his champions and the Avengers. On Khonshu’s instruction, he could either travel to the past himself or join the Avengers before heading off to fight Rama-Tut in ancient Egypt. Regardless of how he ends up in the fight, Moon Knight’s involvement will provide the Avengers with a capable ally for their battle with the Council of Kangas. avengers: kong dynasty,
Fighting Rama-Tut as an Avenger would provide a working explanation of where Moon Knight fits into Marvel’s broader plans for the multiverse saga. Although the show served as a standalone project, Moon Knight could always return for other MCU installments. but out of a capacity Moon Knight Season 2, with no clear place for the character in the future of the MCU. He does not appear on Marvel’s Thunderbolts team, nor does it appear that Marvel intends to make a Midnight Sun movie yet. Instead, Marvel could be grooming him to join the next Avengers team, which would make it more likely that Marvel is creating its own interpretation of the West Coast Avengers branch.
How The MCU Is Already Setting Up Hawkeye’s Avengers Team
Moon Knight’s inclusion in the MCU’s Rama-Tut story would add another building block to Marvel’s West Coast Avengers setup. Many of the pieces needed for this team are already falling into place. In the comics, main characters west coast avengers The comic is Hawkeye, Mockingbird, Moon Knight, US Agent, Wonder Man, Hank Pym, Moon Knight, War Machine, White Vision, Tigra, and Scarlet Witch. In order to properly adapt the group, Marvel will need at least a few of these characters in the lineup. And by all indications, only a few will actually be available.
This is what Marvel is focusing on in the multiverse saga that gives so much attention to the idea of the MCU using the West Coast Avengers. Coincidence or not, three key WCA members (Moon Knight, US Agent, and White Vision) were introduced in Phase 4 alone, putting all of them on the table for future MCU movies and shows. US Agent is in by lightning, But there’s nothing stopping him from having membership in two different superhero teams. As White Vision, he could follow in the footsteps of the comic character, who joined the West Coast Avengers during his journey of self-discovery. a stint with the team could be one where his vision Quest leads the story.
Additionally, the fourth pillar of the West Coast Avengers team – Wonder Man – has a Disney+ series in development. Given that his show’s director, Destin, is being helmed by Daniel Cretton. Kang Dynasty, he has good chances to find a spot on the roster. Not only that, but major WCA characters like Hawkeye, War Machine, and Hank Pym are still relevant to the MCU and could be deployed for roles in the fight against Kang. Hank, for his part, has already helped defeat Kang once. Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantummania And may be recruited for the same job in the future of the MCU. And with the MCU introducing Rama-Tut, who could have easily been a target by Khonshu himself, there’s certainly room for Marvel to pull some of these heroes, plus Moon Knight, together on the West Coast. for an Avengers team-up.
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