Avengers: Endgame is in the movies now and we have a few questions. Some of them are recognized to be stupid and easy enough to write to the "shoulder" and shoulders, but most of them are heavier and worthy of inquiry. Okay, it's worthwhile asking. And see, I understand. The answers to each question below may be summarized by one or both of the following: "This is a Hunter comic book!" Or "Closing a Piece Hunter!"
Right now, we ask for answers!
Why Thanos looks even stronger with no Infinity stones than with them?
Towards the end of the Infinity War a handful of Wondering Masters are able to almost remove the gloves and defeat Thanos even when he rules the Infinity stones. They obviously fail because of this dreadful Peter Star-Lord, but they are coming. Why then can they not even scratch Thanos in when he has none of the stones to empower him? Captain America, Thor, and Captain Marvel – are incredibly strong, close to godlike creatures, but they all are hit on the ass by Thanos, who uses a little more than his fists. This is nonsense. It's probably my own pet with these movies, but fluctuations in powers are just funny and often lazy, as the characters are just as strong or weak as they need to be depending on the scene. For example, if Captain America raises the Thor hammer, he is awesome – he is worthy!
Where is Loki with Tesserakta going?
One of Edgem's highlights is the series of time robberies they do to acquire Infinity stones, but their attempt to steal Tesseract as she and Loki have been escorted away by SHIELD at the end of the New York Battle erupts in shenanigans. Seeing the opportunity, Loki grabs Tesseraq and disappears – and where does he go? As it turned out, he went to Disney + for a new series, which debuted in the streaming service in the near future. This is a legitimate answer, but that does not explain where he went to the movies world. After being captured in The Avengers (2011), his next appearance in the MCU was at Thor: The Dark World (2013) where he was forced to answer Asgard for his crimes on earth, this is still happening due to the smooth journey Endgame – the change of the past does not affect the present! – but Loki is such a type of trixter who can just appear in Asgard to save and steal the Tesserakt (in this time line) before being handed over to the Collector. Which means yes, he can have two Tesseracts, which is more power than someone like him should have. (This is a row of worries that someone can travel time and collect dozens * every stone infinity … imagine a glove with 72 stones!)
How Flexible Is The Rule Of Soul Stone?
Soul Stone, he can only be received by someone who sacrifices someone he loves. In War Infinity this meant that Thanos could throw the Death of the Death and be rewarded, but the rules seemed to change in Endgame . Of course, Hawkeye likes Black Widow – all characters like Black Widow, obviously – and sure she loves him back but love? At best, they feel the Platonic love for friendship among themselves, otherwise unification with the Hokey family is highly emotional. But well, let's say friendship is enough. We're still in the rule that someone has to sacrifice someone else. These two friends are fighting for the right to sacrifice themselves and against each other to do the same. Hockey does not sacrifice the Black Widow … he fails to stop her sacrificing herself.
Does Steve Rogers spend sixty years in hiding and / or pretending to be not Captain America? Infinite stones – a sequence that we do not see, but which I have to imagine, would be ten times more difficult than stealing – and instead of returning to the present, it remains in the 1940s. (This is another question: None of the stones were in the 40s, so how did he go back there? Of course, I put him on stage when he and Peggy Carter dance up to the 40s while dressed in clothes of the 40s that I suppose might have been a retrospective of a thematic dance party but still …) This means that it has been around for decades, leading to its discovery by SHIELD and there over the last decade of adventures. Has heroic deeds spent all this time? You will have to, as it should be, because it is not a man hiding while people suffer. If so, Nick Furry and SHILD will not be aware of it earlier? I know Chris Evans has finished with the hero, but maybe he might be tempted to return for some one-time adventure in fighting the bad guys in the 1950s, 60s, 70s and 80s. (The 90s have Captain America.)
Is not Steve Rogers's presence as an old man suggesting that time travel * can affect the present? Endgame Makes Punctuation and Blurring of Beautiful Cinematography Examples on Time Back to the Future (1985) and Timecop , saying that changes in the past can not affect the present. But the arrival of old Steve Rogers on this bench suggests otherwise. Instead of traveling back through the machine, he stays in the 1940s and lives his life, which means Peggy Carter's life has changed and he has a great chance even to have children. (A super-fed daughter who takes Captain America's mantle when she's 21 years old? "Kevin Faye, call me …) This also means that Peggy Sharon's great niece would grow up knowing who he was and getting said Uncle Steve (which in turn means she probably would not have understood him). The point is, the present will change.