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Why was the Juggernaut, one of the strongest beings on the planet, not able to escape a simple prison? He should have been in the Raft. He didn’t appear to have a collar, not that would have ...

I read it probably 15 years ago (1998-2002), while in college. It was on a website devoted to fanfic, but might have originated on the FFML (FanFiction Mailing List). It started with Rahne being ...

In order to obtain the soul gem, Red Skull specifies that someone you love must be sacrificed — a soul for a soul. Thanos accomplishes this by sacrificing Gamora to the pit. However, Gamora herself (...

I purchased this item for my son, I'm not a Marvel expert and can identify all the characters except the last one that is used for the letter 'L': I can identify Captain America, Iron Man, Hulk, Thor,...

In Season 5 Episode 19 : Option Two, the Remoraths are introduced. According to Deke, Deke: The Remoraths are marauders. They're intergalactic scavengers with no planet of their own, so they just ...

Kevin Feige has said in an interview about Captain Marvel in the MCU: With Captain Marvel, she is as powerful a character as we’ve ever put in a movie. Her powers are off the charts, and when she’s ...

What is the fundamental difference between psionic and psychic powers? How can a power be classified as a psionic or psychic power?

In the end of Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer movie, Silver Surfer killed Galactus. I couldn't digest it because it was Galactus who awarded Power Cosmic to Silver Surfer in the first place. ...

Why did Thanos slaughter half the population of the at the beginning of Avengers: Infinity War? I understand that he believes half the population of the universe needs to be sacrificed in order to ...

So, doing some Internet surfing the other day and came across an article entitled 'Marvel Reveals New Brotherhood of Evil Mutants'. In the article, it said that the recent X-Men Blue #34 ended with ...

I feel like enough of Spider-man's enemies have had enough of a background in chemistry and technology to have been able to analyse and replicate spider-man's spider webs. Especially if they stole his ...

I think the question is self explanatory. In the Marvel Universe what are the various fictional materials(metals or otherwise)? The only ones which I have encountered are: Adamantium, Vibranium ...

As mentioned by numerous contributors on Quora (not to forget his character in the MCU, the animated series etc. etc.), Spider-Man made his own webbing using a bunch of chemicals. Although I was not ...

In Iron Man 2 Tony Stark (the world expert on Iron-Man armour) says that most countries are five to ten years away from this sort of technology. But in MCU terms that was about eight years ago now, so ...

When Deadpool is in the hallway talking Who else was in the room?

What is the order for watching the Spider-Man movies? I tried finding it online, but it included all the "failed projects" and animated TV shows. Could someone please make a list of the (live-action) ...

In the 2008 Iron Man movie, when Tony Stark returns from captivity he holds a press conference during which he states that Stark Enterprises will no longer be a weapons manufacturer. Initially this ...

At the end of Thor: Ragnarok we see Thanos's ship over the Asgardians. All this time he has neither invaded the nine Realms nor Asgard but now he decided to come after the destruction of Asgard and ...

In Thor: The Dark World, Thor got teleported to Charing Cross station in London Underground thanks to gravitational anomaly. Fortunately, a train was waiting for him which could take him to Greenwich ...

Per the Wiki site on Spider-Man's webcasters, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web-shooters#Artificial_web-shooters In the original comic book Peter Parker develops the webcasters on his own as "an ...

So, I was doing some Internet surfing the other day, and realized that there are now 8 Infinity Stones (I think they're called Infinity Gems in the comics): Power, Space, Mind, Soul, Reality, Time, ...

In the 2016 film "Captain America: Civil War", Cap's attempt to find Bucky in Bucharest is interrupted by Black Panther, who wants to kill Bucky for his apparent involvement with As Bucky runs from ...

In X-Men: The Last Stand, the Phoenix is shown as a part of Jean's subconscious that needed to be "walled off". Is this the case in the comics as well, or is the Phoenix a separate entity that takes ...

The Taskmaster has the superhuman ability to duplicate the physical skills or abilities of individuals as long as the skills are not superhuman in and of themselves and he has time to study the ...

In almost every instance of the MCU movies, we have seen Thor open the Bi-frost to travel from Midgard to Asgard. When he (or as a matter of fact any Asgardian) does that, there is a circular scorch ...

In the final episode of the Iron Fist when Danny returns to K'un-Lun, he finds I know that maybe this will be explained in a probable season 2. But what could have happened to K'un-Lun? Do the monks ...

I was playing the new Marvel's Spider-Man game for PS4 and was looking at all his new suits and it came to mind, is it possible for Peter Parker to change the color of his webbing? For example, from ...

In Avengers: Infinity War movie, But, what if resources aren't an issue for a race? And, what if the biggest asset of a race is people? In worst case scenario, if a race has only two surviving ...

According to CBR Shuri is ‘the Smartest Person in the World’ in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But in comic books or several lists of "Smartest Marvel Characters", she is not even mentioned.

The theme-song for the 1967 Spider-Man TV show has this part: Is he strong? Listen bud, He's got radioactive blood. I assume that "radioactive" in this case means that it is currently ...

In Thor: Ragnarok, especially, Thor has a monumental battle in the arena with the Hulk receiving not physical damage (ok he got knocked out but didn't even get a black eye) yet in his fight with Hela ...

A favorite view of Spider-Man (at least in movies and games) is of the hero web-slinging his way through the streets of New York City. But what becomes of all the web ropes that Spider-Man discards as ...

Spider-Man's spider-sense is usually described as a tingling sensation he gets when in danger, non-specific about the nature of the danger but able to identify its direction. Marvel.com states: ...

In Infinity War, we see Thanos wielding the Infinity Stones with the Infinity Gauntlet. His powers seem to expand as he obtains more Stones Furthermore there are examples of other characters using ...

In The Avengers, when the whole team is discussing Loki on the helicarrier, this quote comes up: Steve Rogers: Let's start with that stick of his. It may be magical, but it works an awful lot like ...

Which characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe have been recast? As in one character being played by two different actors. I'm only asking about works set within the MCU, and not about other ...

Well, I see a clear contradiction between how the concept of time is considered in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D and how it is in the Doctor Strange and Avengers: Infinity War films. In the Agents of S.H.I.E....

Perhaps an overly pedantic observation, however, in the Guardians of the Galaxy cameo Stan Lee claims to have been a Fed-Ex man. This is presumably a reference to the Stan Lee cameo at the end of ...

When working out the co-ordinates of the 'Convergence' in Thor: The Dark World, Erik Selvig claims that "the ancients left us coordinates" in the form of symbolic 'markers'. Stonehenge is listed as ...

There's been a theory floating around the internet that Thanos waited so long to make his move to assemble the Infinity Gauntlet because the most powerful beings in the universe were still alive. The ...

Given the power of the unified Infinity Stones, had Thanos decreed half the universe out of existence without specifying himself as an exclusion... Could he have accidentally wiped himself out? The ...

At the end of Avengers: Infinity War, Thanos When we last see him, he's sitting in a hut where he smiles and it looks like his entire left hand is severely damaged. It goes all the way to the left ...

As I mentioned in this question, The Living Tribunal didn't find Thanos guilty. Had he found Thanos guilty of cosmic crime, could he be able to do anything to Thanos? Also, with the power of Infinity ...

In Avengers: Infinity War, why was Red Skull where the Soul Stone was with the knowledge of the Soul Stone?

I mean, there's a Wikipedia article entitled "Publication history of X-men comics," but it's vastly incomplete. I'm looking for a TOTAL map showing every single strain of comics released by Marvel ...

To fly like Iron Man does, a great deal of energy is needed. Stark solves this by inventing a miniature arc reactor with a new element powering it. Supposing the energy is there, how is it converted ...

In Guardians of the Galaxy we see Gamora's rap sheet say Origin: Last survivor of the Zehoberei people However, in Avengers: Infinity War Thanos says to Gamora Gamora: I was a child when you ...

I have doubts that it's realistic for a creature like Hulk to actually lift and throw cars and such heavy things without causing himself a torn muscle similar to what happens to a weight lifter ...

I have been looking all over the internet to answer this question and I can't find anything. There's plenty of Air Force superheroes, but I can't find any Navy. This is the start of a gift idea for a ...

Does anyone know why Stan Lee doesn't have a cameo in 2015's Fantastic Four? Was it scheduling conflicts? Did he not want to be in it? Was it filmed too far away? Was it another reason?

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