Marvel’s announcement that Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is ending Phase 4 supports Doctor Doom’s game-changing theory regarding his debut in the MCU.
Marvel confirms it Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Phase 4 ends supporting Dr. Dom’s main theory. Marvel Studios shed new light on the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe at San Diego Comic-Con 2022. This included announcing the entire Phase 5 slate, revealing Avengers: Kang Dynasty And the Avengers: Secret Wars For Phase 6, the property gives the following overarching story to the MCU the Multiverse Saga. All the news about the future also included the surprise Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Phase 4 ends in 2022.
With all the news Marvel Studios has had about the Multiverse Saga, there are still some key characters and characteristics that haven’t been mentioned. Surprisingly, the SDCC hasn’t mentioned any mutations yet Mrs. Marvelltwist, while even Deadpool 3 It wasn’t announced as part of Phase 5 or Phase 6. There was little information provided on how the Fantastic Four made their presence felt in the MCU, let alone providing information or an update for its director. No details about The Fantastic Four It also means that Kevin Feige never mentioned Dr. Dom, fans of the iconic Marvel villain are eager to join the MCU. Moreover, the ads built by the epic Multiverse Saga Avengers: Secret Wars And making Kang the Conqueror, the new Thanos of the MCU leave Dom’s future uncertain.
However, Doctor Doom’s plans for the MCU may have been secretly teased by Marvel’s SDCC 2022 announcements. Rumors have been circulating for some time about that Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Dr. Dom can display in some capacity. It was one of the most popular suggestions to be a sequel villain before Namor. Now this Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Confirmed to finish Phase 4, those theories that Viktor von Dom would appear may have gained traction thanks to both links with the comic source material and annoyances from the arrival of the new characters.
Black Panther 2 Finishing stage 4 makes death more likely
Advertisement Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Ending Phase 4 has huge implications for the expected sequel. Throughout the history of the MCU, films that begin or end phases are effectively used to set up what is to come in major ways. Avengers He finished the first stage with the debut of Thanos and Avengers: Age of Ultron The main story of Phase Two concluded with another glimpse of Mad Titan, even if it was ant Man Technically it is the last movie of Phase 2. Avengers: Endgame MCU Phase 3 and the Infinity Saga crowned without a post-credits scene, but Spider-Man: Far From Home Fans left on cliffhanger Peter Parker’s identity.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever He’s already doing a lot of setting up MCU Phase 5 with the debuts of Ironheart (Dominique Thorne) and Namor (Tenoch Huerta), which also introduces Atlantis, but Doctor Doom’s post-credits debut will copy Thanos’ first phase for the first time. Doom is not only one of the biggest Marvel villains in the comics, but he has great ties to where the Multiverse Saga is headed during Phase 6. His connections to the Fantastic Four and his central role in 2015 secret wars An event that explains why it is needed in the MCU. It makes sense that the end of stage 4 is with black panther 2 Dr. Dom can then be shown.
Black Panther: The new Forever Wakanda character fits Dr. Doom’s theories
Another potential Doctor Doom link comes through the new Michaela Coel show black panther 2 Anika’s character. In the comics, she is a member of the Midnight Angels, a subgroup of the Dora Milaje who are the bodyguards of the ruler of Wakanda. Its introduction came as part of the plans for the Marvel mini-series Domoires. The comics saw T’Challa direct Aneka to learn how to fight bots and train the other Dora Milaje to do the same, which was done in anticipation of Wakanda going to war with Doom. This story also happens to include Wakanda at war with Atlantis and Namor over the attempted assassination of T’Challa, while Shuri also becomes the new Black Panther during the lead up to this roundup. Anika joins the MCU in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever You may not see her training Dora Milaje to fight Doombots, but the connection is still noticeable.
When will Dr. Dom appear in the MCU?
Since Marvel Studios hasn’t announced anything about the future of the MCU for Doctor Doom, there are plenty of options for where he could appear first. black panther 2 Finishing Phase 4 sure makes it seem more likely that he could suddenly appear, even if it’s just his armor that appears in the film’s later credits. This means that the real MCU appearance of Doctor Doom could come in a Phase 5 project, such as iron heart (Ratio black panther 2 Etisalat) or Agatha: Cove of Chaos (Due to Doom’s magical interests in comics.) The safest bet on when Doctor Doom will appear in the MCU is in Phase 6. This is the time The Fantastic Four He comes out, while a later appearance could see Dom fighting Kang Fei Avengers: Secret Wars. but if Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Includes Doctor Doom at the end of Phase 4, which will be a clear indication to the audience how important he is to the rest of the Multiverse saga.
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