“Wonderswhich is available in theaters in the United States from November 10, 2023 and in Latin America from November 8, includes some surprises for fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). One of them appears in the post-credits scene. The second part of the movie “Captain Marvel” and the continuation of the series “Ms. “marvel.”
The post-credits sequence focuses on Monica Rambeau, who appears after the portal closes in an alternate universe, where her “mother”, Maria Rambeau (Lashana Lynch), is still alive, and has taken over the role of Captain Marvel and bears the name. From binary.
Although she is a different version of Maria Rambeau, the situation is complicated for Monica, because she is in a world that is not her own, but that of her mother, whom she does not recognize, safe and sound. but Who is Bi and what is known about this new character?
Who are the duo in Marvel Comics?
“Wonders“Maria Rambeau features a dual roleWhich undoubtedly means that she will become more important in the upcoming MCU films and series. However, in the Marvel Comics, the role falls to Carol Danvers.
Carol first appeared in 1968’s Marvel Super-Heroes #13, a comic created by Roy Thomas and artist Gene Colan, but took up the mantle of Binary in 1982’s Uncanny X-Men #164 after she lost Ms. Marvel’s powers to Rogue and was kidnapped from before. The Brood is with the X-Men to conduct some experiments.
Due to his modified genes from Carol Danvers, Brood’s experiments led to the birth of the superhero known as Baneari, who quickly became one of the most powerful characters in the Marvel Universe. Will the same thing happen with the MCU version?
for now, Post-credits scene”Wonders” It shows Binary’s connection to the X-Men. In the comics, Carol joins them after losing her powers, and her empowered time on this team creates her new personality.
Dual powers and abilities
- Use and embody the immense power of the star.
- It has almost infinite cosmic energy.
- An almost unstoppable physical force.
- Flying skills.
- It absorbs cosmic energy and processes it in the form of light bursts and energy rays.