Daniel Buccafusca, East Stroudsburg University
Unlike many superhero movies, Marvel’s latest mini-series, ‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier,’ shows something more down-to-earth: Bucky Barnes and his ongoing battle against PTSD.
Emily Davies, Solent University
Fans have revived the call to reboot the prematurely canceled show. While that might not happen, the characters could reappear in unexpected ways.
Emily Jewett, University of San Diego
Has Wanda Maximoff managed to create her own reality in Marvel’s new show? Or is it something more sinister?
Chris Dang, University of California, Riverside
Someone has to fill the void left by Iron Man, Captain America and Black Widow. Who will step up?
Noah Carey, University of Pennsylvania
Marvel and Disney+ have teamed up to further explore some of the underrepresented aspects of the MCU.
And does this mean Captain America is on his way out?
Josue Romero, Southwest School of Art
The acclaimed author and race-relations specialist will bring a political bent to the comic book staple.
Liam Ainslie Mayo, Bard College
Thanos is one of the greatest villains in the Marvel Cinematic Universe — partly because of how heroic he is.
Shiloh McKinnon, Reed College
For a superhero movie, ‘Captain America’ raises some complicated questions about personal responsibility.
Making Captain America a Nazi not only tacitly encourages real world anti-Semitism, it spits in the face of the comic’s Jewish ancestry.
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