The most convincing theories about Avengers: Secret Wars!

Here are some of the most convincing (and most absurd!) theories regarding the most anticipated film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe Multiverse Saga, Avengers: Secret Wars

by Lorenzo Ciotti
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The most convincing theories about Avengers: Secret Wars!
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Here are some of the most convincing (and most absurd!) theories regarding the most anticipated film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe Multiverse Saga, Avengers: Secret Wars. An Avengers: Secret Wars theory said Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr.

are returning to the MCU to depict an alternate version of the Civil War in the film. This would allow both heroes to be present for the finale of the Multiverse Saga and bring a better end to their conflict. One theory said Doctor Strange is the villain of the Multiverse Saga and that Kang is tasked with stopping him.

Strange's ego and knowledge that would lead him to become a villain without realizing it, like his Earth-838 counterpart. As Strange will destroy the multiverse in an attempt to control it for what he believes is good, Kang will emerge as the one to stop him.

The clash between Kang and Strange in Avengers: Secret Wars is inevitable, as Strange is the hero who knows the multiverse best and has not yet faced Kang.

The most convincing theories about Avengers: Secret Wars!

According to a theory from The Direct's Avengers: Secret Wars, the finale of the Multiverse Saga could bring a variant of T'Challa alongside Shuri's Black Panther.

T'Challa would appear as part of a multiverse team of heroes to save the MCU, allowing him to interact with many Avengers. The return of the Remained in Avengers: Secret Wars could be adverse, if we believe the many rumors and leaks about the plot of Avengers: The Kang Dynasty.

According to the rumors, a version of the character would join the Avengers. In Secret Wars, Nathaniel would become the Remainder after Kang's defeat, creating the TVA to oversee the sacred timeline. Reddit user u/Namorons said Doctor Strange is walking a path from self-centeredness to self-destruction.

The Redditor explains that Strange may be looking into the incursion he created, which Charlize Theron's Clea asked him to help run, and the lesson Doctor Strange learned in the Multiverse of Madness to create the MCU's Illuminati.

Guilt over the team's actions would later weigh on Strange, causing the hero to allow either Doom or Kang to inherit god-like powers and reshape the multiverse.

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