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Marvel Cleverly Closed The Multiverse Loophole That Could Kill The MCU

Indeed, one key pitfall of stories involving parallel or multiple universes is that for any given character’s death, there is a potentially infinite number of realities in which said character survived. This leaves open the possibility of simply replacing a fallen character with a Multiversal counterpart, undermining the narrative urgency of the story at hand. Introducing a Multiverse without boundaries would not only have compromised all future Marvel plotlines – far beyond just Doctor Strange 3 – but also significantly eroded the importance of previous stories. For example, with a potentially endless supply of Iron Men and Black Widows who survived in other realities, the impact of the heroes’ sacrifices in Avengers: Endgame would be significantly diminished, with neither character definitively lost to the MCU’s main continuity. With the concept of incursions, Marvel can avoid this problem and protect the integrity of its storytelling.

With the Multiverse now a core element of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, wild storylines like Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness may well become the norm. While the Multiverse presents Marvel with near-limitless creative possibilities, the studio has cleverly introduced a key safeguard against its plotlines eventually becoming meaningless. With Doctor Strange 2’s post-credits scene again emphasizing the significance of incursions, it is clear that the concept is crucial to the future of the MCU – just as it is to its past.


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Marvel Cleverly Closed The Multiverse Loophole That Could Kill The MCU

Indeed, one key pitfall of stories involving parallel or multiple universes is that for any given character’s death, there is a potentially infinite number of realities in which said character survived. This leaves open the possibility of simply replacing a fallen character with a Multiversal counterpart, undermining the narrative urgency of the story at hand. Introducing a Multiverse without boundaries would not only have compromised all future Marvel plotlines – far beyond just Doctor Strange 3 – but also significantly eroded the importance of previous stories. For example, with a potentially endless supply of Iron Men and Black Widows who survived in other realities, the impact of the heroes’ sacrifices in Avengers: Endgame would be significantly diminished, with neither character definitively lost to the MCU’s main continuity. With the concept of incursions, Marvel can avoid this problem and protect the integrity of its storytelling.

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With the Multiverse now a core element of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, wild storylines like Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness may well become the norm. While the Multiverse presents Marvel with near-limitless creative possibilities, the studio has cleverly introduced a key safeguard against its plotlines eventually becoming meaningless. With Doctor Strange 2’s post-credits scene again emphasizing the significance of incursions, it is clear that the concept is crucial to the future of the MCU – just as it is to its past.

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Marvel Cleverly Closed The Multiverse Loophole That Could Kill The MCU

Indeed, one key pitfall of stories involving parallel or multiple universes is that for any given character’s death, there is a potentially infinite number of realities in which said character survived. This leaves open the possibility of simply replacing a fallen character with a Multiversal counterpart, undermining the narrative urgency of the story at hand. Introducing a Multiverse without boundaries would not only have compromised all future Marvel plotlines – far beyond just Doctor Strange 3 – but also significantly eroded the importance of previous stories. For example, with a potentially endless supply of Iron Men and Black Widows who survived in other realities, the impact of the heroes’ sacrifices in Avengers: Endgame would be significantly diminished, with neither character definitively lost to the MCU’s main continuity. With the concept of incursions, Marvel can avoid this problem and protect the integrity of its storytelling.

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With the Multiverse now a core element of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, wild storylines like Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness may well become the norm. While the Multiverse presents Marvel with near-limitless creative possibilities, the studio has cleverly introduced a key safeguard against its plotlines eventually becoming meaningless. With Doctor Strange 2’s post-credits scene again emphasizing the significance of incursions, it is clear that the concept is crucial to the future of the MCU – just as it is to its past.

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