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24th May '16 11:51:30 AM The10thGeek
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* AnyoneCanDie:
** In addition to the various BigBad's, Dr. Abraham Erskine, Howard Stark, Queen Frigga, Jasper Sitwell, Denarian Garthan Saal, Pietro “Quicksilver” Maximoff, Brock Rumlow, & Margaret "Peggy" Carter have all died in the films.
** Meanwhile, ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'', has killed off Victoria Hand, Christian Ward, Isabella Harley, Antoine Triplett, Commander Robert Gonzales, Raina, Gordon, Jiaying, Will Daniels, Rosalind Price, Luthor Banks, Lash (and by extension, Dr. Andrew Garner), Giyera, & Lincoln Campbell.

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* AnyoneCanDie:
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AnyoneCanDie: In addition to the various BigBad's, Dr. Abraham Erskine, Howard Stark, Queen Frigga, Jasper Sitwell, Denarian Garthan Saal, Pietro “Quicksilver” Maximoff, Brock Rumlow, & Margaret "Peggy" Carter have all died in the films.
** Meanwhile, ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'', has killed off Victoria Hand, Christian Ward, Isabella Harley, Antoine Triplett, Commander Robert Gonzales, Raina, Gordon, Jiaying, Will Daniels, Rosalind Price, Luthor Banks, Lash (and by extension, Dr. Andrew Garner), Giyera, & Lincoln Campbell.
21st May '16 6:11:59 PM lionthunder
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** Hyper Weight: The Hulk, the Abomination, Thor, Odin, Loki (during ''The Avengers''), the Destroyer, Heimdall, Helicarriers [[AwesomePersonnelCarrier The Leviathans]], [[spoiler:Skye (post-Terrigenesis)]], Kurse, Groot, Ronan the Accuser, [[spoiler:Star-Lord and the other Guardians with the Orb]], Vision, Ultimate Ultron, The Hulkbuster Iron Man Armor, [[spoiler:Kilgrave after getting his abilities upgraded]].

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** Hyper Weight: The Hulk, the Abomination, Thor, Odin, Loki (during ''The Avengers''), the Destroyer, Heimdall, Helicarriers [[AwesomePersonnelCarrier The Leviathans]], [[spoiler:Skye (post-Terrigenesis)]], Kurse, Groot, Ronan the Accuser, [[spoiler:Star-Lord and the other Guardians with the Orb]], Vision, Ultimate Ultron, The Hulkbuster Iron Man Armor, [[spoiler:Kilgrave after getting his abilities upgraded]].upgraded]], [[spoiler:Giant-Man]].
21st May '16 1:43:37 PM The10thGeek
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** In addition to the various BigBad's, the movies have also killed Dr. Abraham Erskine, Howard Stark, Queen Frigga, Jasper Sitwell, Denarian Garthan Saal, Pietro “Quicksilver” Maximoff, Brock Rumlow, & Margaret "Peggy" Carter.
** ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'', meanwhile, has killed Victoria Hand, Christian Ward, Isabella Harley, Antoine Triplett, Commander Robert Gonzales, Raina, Gordon, Jiaying, Will Daniels, Rosalind Price, Luthor Banks, Lash (and by extension, Dr. Andrew Garner), Giyera, & Lincoln Campbell.

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** In addition to the various BigBad's, the movies have also killed BigBad's, Dr. Abraham Erskine, Howard Stark, Queen Frigga, Jasper Sitwell, Denarian Garthan Saal, Pietro “Quicksilver” Maximoff, Brock Rumlow, & Margaret "Peggy" Carter.
Carter have all died in the films.
** Meanwhile, ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'', meanwhile, has killed off Victoria Hand, Christian Ward, Isabella Harley, Antoine Triplett, Commander Robert Gonzales, Raina, Gordon, Jiaying, Will Daniels, Rosalind Price, Luthor Banks, Lash (and by extension, Dr. Andrew Garner), Giyera, & Lincoln Campbell.



* VillainDecay: HYDRA. They're a serious threat in ''The Winter Soldier'', but they are dealt severe blows in ''Age of Ultron''. In ''Ant-Man'' and ''Civil War'', [[spoiler:they have degenerated into a generic supervillain terrorist organization]]. After two years & three seasons of ''Agents of SHIELD'', their leaders are dead (Alexander Pierce, Baron von Strucker, John Garrett/the Clairvoyant, Daniel Whitehall, the Council, Grant Ward, Stephanie & Gideon Malick, and Hive), & the [[Recap/AgentsofSHIELDS3E18TheSingularity organisation is effectively dismantled (for now)]].

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* VillainDecay: HYDRA. They're a serious threat in ''The Winter Soldier'', but they are dealt severe blows in ''Age of Ultron''. In ''Ant-Man'' and ''Civil War'', [[spoiler:they have degenerated into a generic supervillain terrorist organization]]. After two years & three seasons of ''Agents of SHIELD'', their leaders are dead (Alexander Pierce, Baron von Strucker, John Garrett/the Clairvoyant, Daniel Whitehall, the Council, Grant Ward, Stephanie & Gideon Malick, and Hive), & the [[Recap/AgentsofSHIELDS3E18TheSingularity organisation is (seemingly) effectively dismantled (for now)]].dismantled]].
21st May '16 12:42:25 PM The10thGeek
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* VillainDecay: HYDRA. They're a serious threat in ''The Winter Soldier'', but they are dealt severe blows in ''Age of Ultron''. In ''Ant-Man'' and ''Civil War'', [[spoiler:they have degenerated into a generic supervillain terrorist organization]]. By the end of the third season of ''Agents of SHIELD'', all their leaders are dead (Alexander Pierce, Baron von Strucker, John Garrett/the Clairvoyant, Daniel Whitehall, the Council, Grant Ward, Stephanie & Gideon Malick, and Hive), & the [[AgentsofSHIELDS3E18TheSingularity organisation is effectively dismantled]].

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* VillainDecay: HYDRA. They're a serious threat in ''The Winter Soldier'', but they are dealt severe blows in ''Age of Ultron''. In ''Ant-Man'' and ''Civil War'', [[spoiler:they have degenerated into a generic supervillain terrorist organization]]. By the end of the third season After two years & three seasons of ''Agents of SHIELD'', all their leaders are dead (Alexander Pierce, Baron von Strucker, John Garrett/the Clairvoyant, Daniel Whitehall, the Council, Grant Ward, Stephanie & Gideon Malick, and Hive), & the [[AgentsofSHIELDS3E18TheSingularity [[Recap/AgentsofSHIELDS3E18TheSingularity organisation is effectively dismantled]].dismantled (for now)]].
21st May '16 12:30:15 PM The10thGeek
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* VillainDecay: HYDRA. They're a serious threat in ''The Winter Soldier'', but they are dealt severe blows in ''Age of Ultron''. In ''Ant-Man'' and ''Civil War'', [[spoiler:they have degenerated into a generic supervillain terrorist organization]]. By the end of the third season of ''Agents of SHIELD'', their entire leadership are dead (Alexander Pierce, Baron von Strucker, John Garrett/the Clairvoyant, Daniel Whitehall, the Council, Grant Ward, Stephanie & Gideon Malick, and Hive), & their [[AgentsofSHIELDS3E18TheSingularity entire infrastructure is effectively dismantled]].

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* VillainDecay: HYDRA. They're a serious threat in ''The Winter Soldier'', but they are dealt severe blows in ''Age of Ultron''. In ''Ant-Man'' and ''Civil War'', [[spoiler:they have degenerated into a generic supervillain terrorist organization]]. By the end of the third season of ''Agents of SHIELD'', all their entire leadership leaders are dead (Alexander Pierce, Baron von Strucker, John Garrett/the Clairvoyant, Daniel Whitehall, the Council, Grant Ward, Stephanie & Gideon Malick, and Hive), & their the [[AgentsofSHIELDS3E18TheSingularity entire infrastructure organisation is effectively dismantled]].
21st May '16 11:44:10 AM The10thGeek
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* AnyoneCanDie: In addition to the BigBad's, including the various HYDRA leaders (Alexander Pierce, Baron von Strucker, John Garrett/the Clairvoyant, Daniel Whitehall, the Council, Grant Ward, Stephanie & Gideon Malick, and Hive), we also have ham Erskine, Howard Stark, Queen Frigga, Jasper Sitwell, Denarian Garthan Saal, Pietro “Quicksilver” Maximoff, Brock Rumlow, & Margaret "Peggy" Carter
** ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'' - Victoria Hand, Christian Ward, Isabella Harley, Antoine Triplett, Commander Robert Gonzales, Raina, Gordon, Jiaying, Will Daniels, Rosalind Price, Luthor Banks, Lash (and by extension, Dr. Andrew Garner), Giyera, & Lincoln Campbell.

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* AnyoneCanDie: AnyoneCanDie:
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In addition to the various BigBad's, including the various HYDRA leaders (Alexander Pierce, Baron von Strucker, John Garrett/the Clairvoyant, Daniel Whitehall, the Council, Grant Ward, Stephanie & Gideon Malick, and Hive), we movies have also have ham killed Dr. Abraham Erskine, Howard Stark, Queen Frigga, Jasper Sitwell, Denarian Garthan Saal, Pietro “Quicksilver” Maximoff, Brock Rumlow, & Margaret "Peggy" Carter
Carter.
** ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'' - ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'', meanwhile, has killed Victoria Hand, Christian Ward, Isabella Harley, Antoine Triplett, Commander Robert Gonzales, Raina, Gordon, Jiaying, Will Daniels, Rosalind Price, Luthor Banks, Lash (and by extension, Dr. Andrew Garner), Giyera, & Lincoln Campbell.



*** In ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'', [[spoiler:only Big Bads John Garrett and Daniel Whitehall have been killed over the first season and a half. The various Dragons and lesser recurring villains (Ward, Raina, Quinn, Agent 33, and Cal) have made it out alive and tend to continue to cause problems for S.H.I.E.L.D. Played straight by the end of Season 2 and by Season 3, which kill off most recurring villains.]]

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*** In ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'', [[spoiler:only Big Bads John Garrett and Garrett, Daniel Whitehall Whitehall, Gideon Malick, and Hive have been killed over the first season and a half.three seasons. The various Dragons and lesser recurring villains (Ward, Raina, Quinn, Agent 33, and Cal) have made it out alive and tend to continue to cause problems for S.H.I.E.L.D. Played straight by the end of Season 2 and by Season 3, which kill off most recurring villains.]]



* VillainDecay: HYDRA. They're a serious threat in ''The Winter Soldier'', but they are dealt severe blows in ''Age of Ultron''. In ''Ant-Man'' and ''Civil War'', [[spoiler:they have degenerated into a generic supervillain terrorist organization.]]

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* VillainDecay: HYDRA. They're a serious threat in ''The Winter Soldier'', but they are dealt severe blows in ''Age of Ultron''. In ''Ant-Man'' and ''Civil War'', [[spoiler:they have degenerated into a generic supervillain terrorist organization.]]organization]]. By the end of the third season of ''Agents of SHIELD'', their entire leadership are dead (Alexander Pierce, Baron von Strucker, John Garrett/the Clairvoyant, Daniel Whitehall, the Council, Grant Ward, Stephanie & Gideon Malick, and Hive), & their [[AgentsofSHIELDS3E18TheSingularity entire infrastructure is effectively dismantled]].
20th May '16 1:31:49 PM The10thGeek
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* AnyoneCanDie: In addition to the BigBads, we also have Dr Abraham Erskine, Howard Stark, Victoria Hand, Queen Frigga, Christian Ward, Isabella Harley, Antoine Triplett, Denarian Garthan Saal, Pietro “Quicksilver” Maximoff, Commander Robert Gonzales, Raina, Gordon, Jiaying, [[{{Series/{{Daredevil 2015}} Kilgrave]], Will Daniels, Rosalind Price, Luthor Banks, Giyera, & Lincoln Campbell. On the flip side, the known HYDRA leaders that died include Alexander Pierce, Baron von Strucker, John Garrett/the Clairvoyant, Daniel Whitehall, the Council, Grant Ward, Stephanie Malick, Gideon Malick, & Hive.

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* AnyoneCanDie: In addition to the BigBads, we also have Dr Abraham Erskine, Howard Stark, Victoria Hand, Queen Frigga, Christian Ward, Isabella Harley, Antoine Triplett, Denarian Garthan Saal, Pietro “Quicksilver” Maximoff, Commander Robert Gonzales, Raina, Gordon, Jiaying, [[{{Series/{{Daredevil 2015}} Kilgrave]], Will Daniels, Rosalind Price, Luthor Banks, Giyera, & Lincoln Campbell. On BigBad's, including the flip side, the known various HYDRA leaders that died include Alexander (Alexander Pierce, Baron von Strucker, John Garrett/the Clairvoyant, Daniel Whitehall, the Council, Grant Ward, Stephanie Malick, & Gideon Malick, and Hive), we also have ham Erskine, Howard Stark, Queen Frigga, Jasper Sitwell, Denarian Garthan Saal, Pietro “Quicksilver” Maximoff, Brock Rumlow, & Hive.Margaret "Peggy" Carter
** ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'' - Victoria Hand, Christian Ward, Isabella Harley, Antoine Triplett, Commander Robert Gonzales, Raina, Gordon, Jiaying, Will Daniels, Rosalind Price, Luthor Banks, Lash (and by extension, Dr. Andrew Garner), Giyera, & Lincoln Campbell.
20th May '16 12:45:46 PM The10thGeek
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* AndNowForSomethingCompletelyDifferent: After nine consecutive films focusing on the Avengers, either as a team or individually, the tenth entry into the Cinematic Universe is ''Guardians of the Galaxy'', a SpaceOpera about a RagTagBunchOfMisfits, which includes, among others, a [[Creator/BradleyCooper talking raccoon]], a GentleGiant [[Creator/VinDiesel tree creature]] who can only say five words to express himself, and a warrior with zero understanding of metaphors. ''Guardians of the Galaxy'' also has the distinction of being the first entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe to be based on the creations of writers and artists other than Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. The original comic was created by Arnold Drake and Gene Colan.
** Same goes for the announcement of the {{Creator/Netflix}} shows, which focus on street-level superheroes operating out of New York City. This is in especially sharp contrast to the previous MCU show, ''Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'', which is light on superheroes and tends to feature a lot of globetrotting.
** It is rumored that ''Damage Control'' tv series will be {{sitcom}}, of all genres. That stays true to [[ComicBook/DamageControl the comic]], though.
* AnyoneCanDie: All over the place, especially in the movies, Series/{{Daredevil 2015}}, & Series/AgentsOfSHIELD, with most movie villains (see [[{{SuperheroMovieVillainsDie}} below]]) dying, alongside the likes of Dr Abraham Erskine, Howard Stark, Victoria Hand, various HYDRA leaders (Alexander Pierce, Baron von Strucker, John Garrett/the Clairvoyant, Daniel Whitehall, the Council, & Grant Ward), Queen Frigga, Christian Ward, Antoine Triplett & Isabella Harley, Denarian Garthan Saal, Pietro “Quicksilver” Maximoff, Commander Robert Gonzales, Raina, Gordon, Jiaying, Kilgrave, Will Daniels, Rosalind Price, & Luthor Banks.
* ArchaicWeaponForAnAdvancedAge: Seems to be common among the MCU's higher-tier cosmic characters, with the Asgardians and Kree especially favoring melee weapons. Aside from [[DropTheHammer Thor's Mjölnir and Ronan's Universal Weapon]], {{cool sword}}s are also quite common, and several characters use knives. Partially {{justified|trope}} by the fact that the characters who prefer such weapons are [[SuperToughness physically]] [[SuperStrength vastly]] [[SuperReflexes superhuman]] and many are {{Blood Knight}}s or from {{Proud Warrior Race| Guy}}s. {{Averted|Trope}} almost almost entirely with the squishier characters.
* ArcNumber: 12. See RunningGag below.


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* AndNowForSomethingCompletelyDifferent: After nine consecutive films focusing on the Avengers, either as a team or individually, the tenth entry into the Cinematic Universe is ''Guardians of the Galaxy'', a SpaceOpera about a RagTagBunchOfMisfits, which includes, among others, a [[Creator/BradleyCooper talking raccoon]], a GentleGiant [[Creator/VinDiesel tree creature]] who can only say five words to express himself, and a warrior with zero understanding of metaphors. ''Guardians of the Galaxy'' also has the distinction of being the first entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe to be based on the creations of writers and artists other than Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. The original comic was created by Arnold Drake and Gene Colan.
** Same goes for the announcement of the {{Creator/Netflix}} shows, which focus on street-level superheroes operating out of New York City. This is in especially sharp contrast to the previous MCU show, ''Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'', which is light on superheroes and tends to feature a lot of globetrotting.
** It is rumored that ''Damage Control'' tv series will be {{sitcom}}, of all genres. That stays true to [[ComicBook/DamageControl the comic]], though.
* AnyoneCanDie: In addition to the BigBads, we also have Dr Abraham Erskine, Howard Stark, Victoria Hand, Queen Frigga, Christian Ward, Isabella Harley, Antoine Triplett, Denarian Garthan Saal, Pietro “Quicksilver” Maximoff, Commander Robert Gonzales, Raina, Gordon, Jiaying, [[{{Series/{{Daredevil 2015}} Kilgrave]], Will Daniels, Rosalind Price, Luthor Banks, Giyera, & Lincoln Campbell. On the flip side, the known HYDRA leaders that died include Alexander Pierce, Baron von Strucker, John Garrett/the Clairvoyant, Daniel Whitehall, the Council, Grant Ward, Stephanie Malick, Gideon Malick, & Hive.
* ArchaicWeaponForAnAdvancedAge: Seems to be common among the MCU's higher-tier cosmic characters, with the Asgardians and Kree especially favoring melee weapons. Aside from [[DropTheHammer Thor's Mjölnir and Ronan's Universal Weapon]], {{cool sword}}s are also quite common, and several characters use knives. Partially {{justified|trope}} by the fact that the characters who prefer such weapons are [[SuperToughness physically]] [[SuperStrength vastly]] [[SuperReflexes superhuman]] and many are {{Blood Knight}}s or from {{Proud Warrior Race| Guy}}s. {{Averted|Trope}} almost almost entirely with the squishier characters.
* ArcNumber: 12. See RunningGag below.
19th May '16 1:22:27 PM Epicazeroth
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* ContinuityLockout: This has naturally become an increasing issue as the franchise goes on, though pains are typically taken to keep each character's series largely watchable on their own beyond the odd ContinuityNod. ''Civil War'' is the first place where it really comes into play, as Hawkeye and Ant-Man show up midway through with little-to-no introduction and audiences are expected to already know who they are.

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* ContinuityLockout: This has naturally become an increasing issue possibility as the franchise goes on, though pains are typically taken to keep each character's series largely watchable on their own beyond the odd ContinuityNod. ''Civil War'' is the first place where it really comes into play, as Hawkeye and Ant-Man show up midway through with little-to-no introduction and audiences are expected to already know who they are.
19th May '16 12:20:31 PM DragonRanger
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** The Hulk generally gets as much hate and fear as his status as a giant rampaging monster would logically warrant. Though the ending of ''The Avengers'' shows that some people now see him as a hero.

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** The Hulk generally gets as much hate and fear as his status as a giant rampaging monster would logically warrant. Though Some people began to see him as a hero after the ending events of ''The Avengers'' shows that some people now see him as a hero.Avengers'', but his rampage in ''Age of Ultron'' seems to have ruined that.



* ContinuityLockout: This has naturally become an increasing issue as the franchise goes on, though pains are typically taken to keep each character's series largely watchable on their own beyond the odd ContinuityNod. Where it will likely take over is the ''Inhumans'' movie, with multiple seasons of ''Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'' being used to establish the Inhumans and their place in the MCU long before the film has even started production.

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* ContinuityLockout: This has naturally become an increasing issue as the franchise goes on, though pains are typically taken to keep each character's series largely watchable on their own beyond the odd ContinuityNod. Where it will likely take over ''Civil War'' is the ''Inhumans'' movie, with multiple seasons of ''Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'' being used to establish the Inhumans and their first place in the MCU long before the film has even started production.where it really comes into play, as Hawkeye and Ant-Man show up midway through with little-to-no introduction and audiences are expected to already know who they are.



* DenouementEpisode: Both ''Ant-Man'' and ''Inhumans'' are this to Phases 2 and 3, respectively. Both come immediately after flagship Avengers films, but feature lesser-known characters in comparatively smaller-stakes situations.

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* DenouementEpisode: Both ''Ant-Man'' and ''Inhumans'' are is this to Phases 2 and 3, Phase 2, respectively. Both come It comes immediately after a flagship Avengers films, ''Avengers'' film, but feature features a lesser-known characters character in a comparatively smaller-stakes situations.situation.



* ExtremelyShortTimespan: In Phase One, most of the movies take place almost at the same time even though they were all made years apart; in fact the tie-in comic ''Fury's Big Week'' specifies that ''Iron Man 2'', ''Thor'' and ''The Incredible Hulk'' all happened the same ''week''. Tony and Rhodey's fight took place the same day Bruce Banner crossed the border into the United States, which was also the same day Agent Coulson reported electro-magnetic disturbances in New Mexico to Nick Fury. Thor and Mjolnir arrived in New Mexico the day after the Stark Expo battle, while Hulk's fight at Culver University took place on the same day as Tony and Fury's conversation at the end of ''Iron Man 2'', which was ''also'' the same day Thor got his powers back. In relation, ''Iron Man 1'' was stated to have taken place six months earlier, ''Captain America'' took place mainly 70 years ago during WWII, and Cap's revival and ''The Avengers'' takes place at least a year later. Phase Two has averted this so far, with their events occurring in roughly the same time span that the movies are released.

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* ExtremelyShortTimespan: In Phase One, most of the movies take place almost at the same time even though they were all made years apart; in fact the tie-in comic ''Fury's Big Week'' specifies that ''Iron Man 2'', ''Thor'' and ''The Incredible Hulk'' all happened the same ''week''. Tony and Rhodey's fight took place the same day Bruce Banner crossed the border into the United States, which was also the same day Agent Coulson reported electro-magnetic disturbances in New Mexico to Nick Fury. Thor and Mjolnir arrived in New Mexico the day after the Stark Expo battle, while Hulk's fight at Culver University took place on the same day as Tony and Fury's conversation at the end of ''Iron Man 2'', which was ''also'' the same day Thor got his powers back. In relation, ''Iron Man 1'' was stated to have taken place six months earlier, ''Captain America'' took place mainly 70 years ago during WWII, and Cap's revival and ''The Avengers'' takes place at least a year later. Phase Phases Two has and onward have averted this so far, this, with their events occurring in roughly the same time span that the movies are released.



* FeudingFamilies: The [[FreezeFrameBonus file on Ulysses Klaue]] in ''Age of Ultron'' reveals that the Klaue family and the Black Panthers of Wakanda have been going at it ever since the 19th century when Klaue's great grandfather tried to annex the country, and got killed by the Black Panther for his troubles. Later Ulysses is hired to kill T’Chaka at the Bilberg Conference if the monarch refused to open up Wakanda's resources - i.e. Vibranium to international trade. The file does not state if he sucessfully carried out the contract or not.

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* FeudingFamilies: The [[FreezeFrameBonus file on Ulysses Klaue]] in ''Age of Ultron'' reveals that the Klaue family and the Black Panthers of Wakanda have been going at it ever since the 19th century when Klaue's great grandfather tried to annex the country, and got killed by the Black Panther for his troubles. Later Ulysses is hired to kill T’Chaka at the Bilberg Conference if the monarch refused to open up Wakanda's resources - i.e. Vibranium to international trade. The file does not state if he sucessfully carried out the contract or not.



** [[spoiler: HYDRA the organization, independent of any leader. [[HydraProblem "Cut off one head, two more will take its place."]]]] They're primarily in the ''Captain America'' films and ''Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'', but have had an effect on ''Iron Man'' as well since [[spoiler:they're the ones who killed Tony's parents]], and ''Ant Man'' because [[spoiler: Darren Cross was planning on selling the Yellowjacket suit to them]]. ''Agents'' later reveals that [[spoiler:HYDRA is just the most modern incarnation of a much older AncientConspiracy]], making them an even greater evil than we first thought.

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** [[spoiler: HYDRA the organization, independent of any leader. [[HydraProblem "Cut off one head, two more will take its place."]]]] They're primarily in the ''Captain America'' films and ''Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'', but have had an effect on ''Iron Man'' as well since [[spoiler:they're the ones who killed Tony's parents]], and ''Ant Man'' because [[spoiler: Darren Cross was planning on selling the Yellowjacket suit to them]]. ''Agents'' later reveals that [[spoiler:HYDRA is just the most modern incarnation of a much older AncientConspiracy]], making them an even greater evil than we first thought. However, they've taken sustained losses since their exposure and were supposedly wiped out shortly before ''Civil War''.



* IntercontinuityCrossover: Sony made several attempts to tie ''The Amazing Spider-Man'' film series (which they hold the rights to, rather than Marvel Studios) into the MCU. First they tried to get the Oscorp building in the background of ''The Avengers'' (which was scrapped due to how late into production they were) and in 2015 offered to allow the character (or at least Peter Parker) to appear in ''Captain America: Civil War''. Ultimately averted, as Spidey in the MCU will have no connection to the ''Amazing'' continuity ([[WhatCouldHaveBeen although Marvel initially considered it]]).

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* IntercontinuityCrossover: Sony made several attempts to tie ''The Amazing Spider-Man'' film series (which they hold the rights to, rather than Marvel Studios) into the MCU. First they tried to get the Oscorp building in the background of ''The Avengers'' (which was scrapped due to how late into production they were) and in 2015 offered to allow the character (or at least Peter Parker) to appear in ''Captain America: Civil War''. Ultimately averted, as Spidey in the MCU will have has no connection to the ''Amazing'' continuity ([[WhatCouldHaveBeen although Marvel initially considered it]]).



** A frequent complaint, even from many fans of the MCU, is the abundance of {{White Male Lead}}s. If the list above stays accurate, Marvel will have 11 different movies[[note]]''Thor'', ''Captain America: The First Avenger'', ''The Avengers'', ''Thor: The Dark World'', ''Captain America: The Winter Soldier'', ''Guardians of the Galaxy'', ''The Avengers: Age of Ultron'', ''Captain America: Civil War'', ''Guardians of the Galaxy 2'', ''Thor: Ragnarok'', ''The Avengers: Infinity War, Part 1''[[/note]] starring one or more white men named "Chris" before they have a non-white or female lead. This had become even more pronounced when initial Phase 3 movie announcements only showed ''Doctor Strange'' and ''Ant-Man'' as new properties, while many were hoping for more diverse characters like ComicBook/BlackPanther, [[ComicBook/MsMarvel Carol Danvers]] or Black Widow (though [[http://www.themarysue.com/phase-3-marvel-event-photos/slide/10/ the Phase Three announcement]] has allayed some of these criticisms). ''Guardians of the Galaxy'' also took some flack for not including Phyla-Vell and Moondragon, who are not only women, but non-heterosexual as well. Mantis, the lone non-white human member of the team, was also omitted.

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** A frequent complaint, even from many fans of the MCU, is the abundance of {{White Male Lead}}s. If the list above stays accurate, Marvel will have 11 different movies[[note]]''Thor'', ''Captain America: The First Avenger'', ''The Avengers'', ''Thor: The Dark World'', ''Captain America: The Winter Soldier'', ''Guardians of the Galaxy'', ''The Avengers: Age of Ultron'', ''Captain America: Civil War'', ''Guardians of the Galaxy 2'', ''Thor: Ragnarok'', ''The Avengers: Infinity War, Part 1''[[/note]] starring one or more white men named "Chris" before they have a non-white or female lead. This had become even more pronounced when initial Phase 3 movie announcements only showed ''Doctor Strange'' and ''Ant-Man'' as new properties, while many were hoping for more diverse characters like ComicBook/BlackPanther, [[ComicBook/MsMarvel Carol Danvers]] or Black Widow (though [[http://www.themarysue.com/phase-3-marvel-event-photos/slide/10/ the Phase Three announcement]] has allayed some of these criticisms).Widow. ''Guardians of the Galaxy'' also took some flack for not including Phyla-Vell and Moondragon, who are not only women, but non-heterosexual as well. Mantis, the lone non-white human member of the team, was also omitted. Things have been getting better, as [[http://www.themarysue.com/phase-3-marvel-event-photos/slide/10/ the Phase Three announcement]] announced Black Panther and Captain Marvel movies, the Wasp is being promoted to the title credits of the ''Ant-Man'' sequel, Mantis is joining the cast of ''Guardians Vol. 2'', and Feige has unofficially committed to doing a Black Widow movie eventually.



*** In ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'', [[spoiler:only Big Bads John Garrett and Daniel Whitehall have been killed over the first season and a half. The various Dragons and lesser recurring villains (Ward, Raina, Quinn, Agent 33, and Cal) have made it out alive and tend to continue to cause problems for S.H.I.E.L.D. Played straight by the end of Season 2, which kills off most recurring villains.]]

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*** In ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'', [[spoiler:only Big Bads John Garrett and Daniel Whitehall have been killed over the first season and a half. The various Dragons and lesser recurring villains (Ward, Raina, Quinn, Agent 33, and Cal) have made it out alive and tend to continue to cause problems for S.H.I.E.L.D. Played straight by the end of Season 2, 2 and by Season 3, which kills kill off most recurring villains.]]
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