The Marvel Cinematic Universe, MCU, contains planets, stars, a large number of galaxies, the contents of intergalactic space, and all matter and energy. The MCU is linked with the DCEU, creating a twin universe. This universe is where the entirety of the Marvel Cinematic Universe takes place.

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The Avengers[edit | edit source]

A team of powerful superheroes assembled with the purpose to protect the world from inner or extraterrestrial threats. They were first assembled by Nick Fury and S.H.I.E.L.D. when Loki invaded Earth with his Chitauri army to conquer the planet. Following the fall of S.H.I.E.L.D., Tony Stark worked to fill the void left by the organization's collapse and support the Avengers through Stark Industries. New members joined the team in the Age of Ultron and Infinity War.

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A woman that came into contact with the alien species known as the Kree, granting her super-powers. Her powers include extremely improved strength, speed, and durability, along with flight, the ability to anticipate the moves of her opponents, photonic blasts, and energy absorption.

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An astrophysicist and college professor working with Jane Foster on studying wormhole anomalies. He suspects Thor of being crazy because he recognizes all of his stories from childhood, but in the end, helped him out - specifically creating a fake identity for him as "Donald Blake." Was brainwashed by Loki in The Avengers, and is shown to be still affected by the experience in The Dark World.

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Helen Cho[edit | edit source]

A world-renowned South Korean geneticist and friend of Tony Stark who aids the Avengers.

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Iron Man[edit | edit source]

Anthony Edward "Tony" Stark was born on May 29th, 1970 in Long Island, New York. He is an era-defining genius and the CEO of Stark Industries who uses his own self-designed Powered Armors. After being held hostage by terrorists and escaping only with the help of Yinsen, his worldview and philosophy changes, leading to him shutting down the weapons manufacturing division of his company and becoming the superhero Iron Man.

Despite various interpersonal clashes, Tony finds himself called in to join the Avengers and proves a vital asset to them as the team benefactor, particularly during the conflict with Ultron. However, Tony's increasing desire to protect the world and his friends, culminating from the survivor's guilt accumulated through each successive film he's made an appearance in, inspires him to make some catastrophic decisions that begin to cause a rift between him and his friends - particularly Steve Rogers.

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