[[folder: Phase One ]]

* ''Heartwarming/IronMan1''
* ''Heartwarming/TheIncredibleHulk''
* ''Heartwarming/IronMan2''
* ''Heartwarming/{{Thor}}''
* ''Heartwarming/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger''
* ''Heartwarming/{{The Avengers|2012}}''


[[folder: Phase Two ]]

* ''Heartwarming/IronMan3''
* ''Heartwarming/ThorTheDarkWorld''
* ''Heartwarming/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier''
* ''Heartwarming/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy''
* ''Heartwarming/AvengersAgeOfUltron''
* ''Heartwarming/AntMan''


[[folder: Phase Three ]]

* ''Heartwarming/CaptainAmericaCivilWar''


[[folder: Others ]]

* ''Heartwarming/MarvelOneShots''
* ''Heartwarming/AgentsOfSHIELD''
* ''Heartwarming/AgentCarter''
* ''[[Heartwarming/{{Daredevil2015}} Daredevil]]''
* ''[[Heartwarming/{{JessicaJones2015}} Jessica Jones]]''


[[folder: Meta ]]

* Seeing how often the actors take advantage of their celebrity and roles to make others' lives better in the real world, from [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oEx5lmbCKtY RDJ (in character as Tony Stark) gifting a boy with an arm prosthetic designed to look like Iron Man's armor]] to [[http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/03/10/chris-pratt-chris-evans-seattle-hospital-visit_n_6839454.html Chris Pratt and Chris Evans raising money for children's hospitals, followed by visiting said hospitals dressed as Star-Lord and Captain America.]] There's something heartwarming about people who play superheroes actually acting like them in real life.
* Both Creator/ChadwickBoseman and Creator/BrieLarson have talked about how important their characters are as the MCU's first black and female leads, respectively. Boseman has said he is proud to give black children a hero to look up to, while Larson has said one of her motivations for taking the role was to provide a role model for little girls. ''Black Panther'' Ryan Coogler echoed the sentiment, noting how superhero films have a reputation for usually focusing on {{White Male Lead}}s.