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[[WMG: The 3rd movie will involve Frozone being mistaken for a supervillain.]]
Because in the first movie, a cop was found frozen in a bank robbery. The only person who could've likely done that would be Frozone.


Because let's face it, Disney has been [[Disney/WreckItRalph beating]] [[Disney/{{Frozen}} this]] [[Disney/BigHero6 trope]] [[Disney/{{Zootopia}} into]] [[Disney/{{Moana}} the]] [[WesternAnimation/{{Coco}} ground]].

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Because let's face it, Disney has been [[Disney/WreckItRalph [[WesternAnimation/WreckItRalph beating]] [[Disney/{{Frozen}} [[WesternAnimation/{{Frozen}} this]] [[Disney/BigHero6 [[WesternAnimation/BigHero6 trope]] [[Disney/{{Zootopia}} [[WesternAnimation/{{Zootopia}} into]] [[Disney/{{Moana}} [[WesternAnimation/{{Moana}} the]] [[WesternAnimation/{{Coco}} ground]].


* Based off on a theory in the WMG section that says the supervillains all became politicians to ban the Supers.

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* Based off on a theory in the WMG section that says the supervillains all became politicians to ban the Supers.

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[[WMG: The 3rd movie will be about directly confronting the people who banned Supers: The politicians.]]
* Based off on a theory in the WMG section that says the supervillains all became politicians to ban the Supers.



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* Perhaps it was the film version of a villain from the non-canon comic book series.



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[[WMG: The main villain of the next movie will be a resurrected Gamma Jack.]]



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** This analogy would be better if it is referring to their powers, rather then the Supers wielding said powers.

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[[WMG: the villain of the next movie will be a time traveling Jack Jack.]]
Jack Jack is already the strongest family member. Imagine how scary he'd be as a villain; fully grown and in control of his powers. Exactly what causes him to turn evil is unknown. Maybe Bob just stopped giving him cookies.



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* Supers are people, not mere weapons. This is hardly a fair comparison.

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[[WMG: Void is Universal Man’s daughter]]
Universal Man, according to the DVD files on the supers from the first movie, was able to create miniature black holes as his super power. He also had a lot of girlfriends and refused to go by any other name than Universal Man. That would make it easy for him to knock up one of his groupies and disappear from her life. Void’s powers are very similar to his, and the fact that someone as young as her would fangirl over supers she wouldn’t even remember means her mom likely told her all about them. It would also be incredibly tragic if true, because Universal Man was Syndrome’s first victim, so Void would’ve been very young when he was killed.

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[[WMG: Incredibles 3 will concern the sustaining of super legalization]]
With the Underminer resurfacing after the Parrs took on the Omnidroid, it stands to reason that other villains may start coming out of the woodwork to challenge their old foes again, resulting in civilian casualties and destruction not seen since before the Relocation Act. The question may therefore become: “Do we need to put the supers back into hiding to protect the populace from villains?”


To get his body used to all the powers that he might need/use in the future, while also adjusting his body to the concept of actually using superpowers, as babies are full of potential.

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To get his body used adjusted/used to all the powers that he might need/use in the future, while also adjusting his body to the concept of actually using superpowers, as babies are full of potential.


To get his body used to all the powers that he might need/use in the future, as babies are full of potential.

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To get his body used to all the powers that he might need/use in the future, while also adjusting his body to the concept of actually using superpowers, as babies are full of potential.


[[WMG: The "in-universe" reason for Jack-Jack's for Jack-Jack's constant power-shifting is...]]

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[[WMG: The "in-universe" reason for Jack-Jack's for Jack-Jack's constant power-shifting is...]]

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