When there was a time to slip your foot into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the timing has never been better. With the recent movies, the Avengers may be the ticket to superhero fun for years to come. A new breed of blockbuster films that dominates the box office for the last several years.
However, the Avengers movies have far managed to fend off competition from such titans as Men In Black, X-Men and Spider-Man. When there has been a better time to dive into the Marvel Universe, and no doubt there has been a lot of hype surrounding Age of Ultron, now is a great time to see what this latest team of Avengers can do in terms of building up their mythology and what stories they can tell future films.
The Avengers was the first instalment released for The Avengers saga by the MCU. It was released in 2012 as a superhero film based on the comic by Marvel Studios. This was the 6th movie released in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and was written and directed by Joss Whedon. The movie cast some of the most prominent names in the MCU, each with its respective characters.
Chris Hemsworth as Thor, Robert Downey Jr. as the Iron Man, Chris Evans portrayed Captain America, Mark Ruffalo as Hulk, Scarlett Johansson as Black Widow, Jeremy Renner as Hawkeye, together with Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury. The story evolved around the
The Avengers: Age of Ultron
In the second instalment of the Avengers franchise, The Avengers: Age Of Ultron, Ultron takes centre stage. After assembling an army of robots and sending them on a mission to steal the ultimate source of power for the Earth, Ultron must battle the Avengers and defeat them.
What makes this film so unique is that it introduces an entirely new era of comic book movies, one that combines elements from both the classic superhero comics and the original 1980s series of the Avengers.
Avengers: Infinity War
But beyond Thanos, the Infinity War sets the stage for a brand-new arc of storylines. In the Infinity War, Thanos once again battles the Avengers and this time, and he has a big chunk of his fleet destroyed before the team even makes it.
In Infinity War, the Avengers must fight Thanos to save the universe. The Infinity War is by far the most talked-about movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and promises to be the start of a lot more MCU-created film to come.
The Avengers: Infinity War is the third movie in the popular franchise of the Avengers. The film is filled with excitement and fun as classic characters such as the characters fight it out to possess the six Infinity Stones. It is not only a fan favourite but also gets rave reviews from critics and moviegoers everywhere.
One thing that sets this movie apart from the other franchise instalments is its attention to the comic book factor. There are references to the various Avengers characters, their histories, and their current status in the Marvel Universe. This makes for an engaging experience for those who have been following the comics.
The Endgame arc introduced a new concept to the comic book world, namely the notion of the Infinity War. This series responded to the Secret Invasion storylines. This is where the Avengers enlisted to fight against an impending invasion of Thanos. This new team of avengers fought against the villains that were part of the Secret Invasion.
One of the most exciting aspects of the Avengers: Endgame was introducing some new characters that were not initially featured in the previous Avengers franchise.