Learning about the new TV shows Marvel / Disney in store for Disney + feels like eating on a smorgasbord for Marvel fans. While the Marvel pandemic has hit the press for 2020, the bounty that the MCU is serving over the next few years on Disney + is more than what it makes up for.
Of particular interest were the two shows that came out of Tony Stark ‘s story: Ironheart and Armed wars. With the MCU’s vaunted interconnect, fans are wondering how that plays out on the TV side.
What are ‘Armed Wars? ‘
Tony Stark has since met his maker Avengers: Endgame, fans have been trying to find a way for the character to come back somehow, whether a “past” story is a cameo like Black Widow or the kind of magical resurrection that Dr. Strange’s people might pull off. As fans have noted, one of the easiest and most obvious ways to keep his story going there was in the form of War Machine / James Rhodes.
According to Screen Rant, Armed wars based on a 1987 and 1988 comic book series about people trying to steal Stark technology. Although the MCU has already dealt with a story like this, especially in Spider man: far from home, the TV show was put in front and in the middle. Tony Stark was involved in the story in the comics, so a major rewrite is needed, although that equates to the course with the MCU.
So with Tony gone, War Machine will be responsible for defending Stark tech, and there’s crossover ability as well, with Ant-Man figure in the comics version. Fans have been calling for War Machine to get its own story, as many felt that the character was upset shortly after he died. Captain America: Civil War. Armed Wars may help alleviate that deficit.
What is an Ironheart? ‘
War Machine isn’t the only character heard of as an Iron Man fan. There is also a character not yet seen in the films, Riri Williams, a young expert who designs her own Iron Man costume and grows Ironheart. Again, in the comics, Tony Stark is still alive, and actively promotes Williams’ scientific and superheroic pastimes, so some retooling will be in order.
Rant Screen marks that Ironheart was the first target of the Ten Rings, the terrorist group that raised Tony Stark and gets more attention in the film Shang Chi and the Myth of the Ten Circles, coming in theaters next July, and that’s an example of the interface that Marvel is famous for. Marvel has already talked about how WandaVision finally fed in Doctor Strange and Multiverse of Madness, for instance,
However, much has changed since that news was made. For one thing, Multiverse of Madness it won’t come out until 2022, so one wonders how good it is WandaVision, which will first appear in January 2021, linking to a film coming out more than a year later.
As things stand, neither of the two Iron-Man-related shows has a release date at all, although Profitability says they will appear in 2022 or later.
How do the two displays connect?
He may be wondering if these displays are connected to wonder if there is wet water. As one fan forward Reddit add, “Everything will be connected. It’s not called Marvel’s Independent World. ”
So there may not be a better question if just how. Links could rise to the fullest now that Disney has made it clear that Disney + is the company ‘s main selling point.
To be sure, Marvel rescued a movie rescue by announcing that all the titles that were targeted for movie theaters, such as Black Widow and Eternals, they would still go to theaters first. But with the number of TV titles mentioned, links may be playing out in new and more complex ways.
One fan commented, “The IMO Armed Wars come ahead of Ironheart. Or hell, Riri may appear in AW where Rhodey interrogates, but Rhodey decides to leave her alone as he doesn’t see it as a threat. ”
But another fan broke the heart of the matter by saying, “This will make me re-join Disney +. I’ve been waiting for the Machine War solo tour for ages. ” That is music to the ears of Disney mice.