The Marvel Cinematic Universe has been quite a strong foundation for more than a decade now. With so many TV shows and movies that Marvel has introduced in this world, there exist fans of all kinds. Some MCU fans have had some intriguing ideas over the last couple of years. If one is going to read their online discussion over various theories, he or she might find some interesting ones indeed.
Often, fans share and discuss their theories to echo their thoughts and ideas behind the events and characters of the MCU. But in the end, only a few fan theories make actual sense.
With that said, these are the top 4 fanmade MCU theories that highly makes sense and are relatable as well –
Odin Had Infinity Stones
We all know that Odin was a ruthless conqueror and he, along with his daughter Hela, rampaged across the universe. But one day, he imprisoned his daughter and became a ruler. In this regard, a fan’s theory stated that “during his conquest, Odin sought out the Infinity Stones himself; he sacrificed his wife for the Soul Stone, and the remorse over the act and the connection to the souls of the universe granted to him by the stone caused him to change to a protector rather than a conqueror.”
Tony Modified His Suit
We have all seen how Iron Man’s suit breaks down easily in the last few films. Even in Civil War, Captain America does a significant amount of damage to his armor with just bare hands and shield. To this, a fan’s theory mentioned that “Stark trades in durability for speed and focuses on making his suits more capable throughout the MCU.”
Doctor Strange Was Wrong In Infinity War
In Infinity War, Doctor Strange tells Tony Stark that there is only one possibility that exists in which they defeat Thanos and his army. Later in Endgame, Stark sacrifices himself as it was the only way to defeat Thanos. But a fan’s theory claims that Doctor Strange was wrong. It states that “There may have been hundreds of outcomes for the final battle, in which our heroes emerge victorious without Stark’s sacrifice, but Strange couldn’t envision those outcomes because he had been a casualty along the way. So, instead of Strange being a diabolical evil mastermind, maybe he wasn’t able to find a possibility where the Avengers won while he was dead.”
The Snap Changed Captain America
We have all seen that no one, except Thor, was worthy to lift the Mjolnir. But during the final battle in Avengers: Endgame, Captain America lifts it. How? A fan’s theory might have echoed the right explanation for this. It says “Cap in Endgame has never felt such defeat like this ever before in his life. But rather than punching away and breaking 30 punching bags a day (Avengers 2012), he is counseling people through their loss. Now to the end, Captain is ready to rest. He is ready to live a normal life and just be happy. He isn’t Captain America anymore. He hasn’t been since the Snap. He has just been Steve Rogers. Trying to do what’s right and go back home. This makes him worthy.”