Marvel Fan Predicts Phase 4 Films With 'Secret Invasion Saga' Logos
Avengers: Infinity War might be the main focus of the Marvel fandom, but one fan is thinking ahead [...]
Avengers: Infinity War might be the main focus of the Marvel fandom, but one fan is thinking ahead to the years to come. Reddit user SeductiveThunderLord recently created a mock-up of what they'd like to see on Marvel Studios's ucoming slate of films. The proposed slate, which is dubbed "The Secret Invasion Saga", serves as a pretty awesome combination of the old and the new.
You can check it out below.
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What's probably most notable is the inclusion of The Fantastic 4, something that has gone from wishful thinking to more and more likely with each day.
Many of the MCU's current heroes make their way onto the slate, earning either sequels or their first solo outings. Fan-favorites Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) and Hope Van Dyne/Wasp (Evangeline Lily) earn their own solo films, while Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel (Brie Larson) gets an awesome-sounding sequel with Captain Marvel and the Valkyries.
Other proposed MCU sequels include Doctor Strange: Illuminati (something we hoped would happen earlier this year), a third Guardians of the Galaxy installment, a Mighty Thor movie, a Secret Empire-inspired Black Panther sequel, and Ant-Man vs. The Masters of Evil. Peter Parker/Spider-Man (Tom Holland) also gets a ficticious sequel, with a name possibly hinting a crossover with Sony's fledging "Spider-Verse."
As with any good MCU slate, it also introduces a few new properties into the mix. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Easter egg Adam Warlock earns his own solo film, while fan-favorite characters Nova and Namor make it onto the slate as well. A version of The Thunderbolts make their way onto the slate, something that would certainly give plenty of options for team members if it happened in real life. And finally, the proposed slate culminates with Avengers 5.
Could some of these fan-made logos end up translating into Marvel Cinematic Universe canon? Possibly. But we might have to wait a while to find out.
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