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Warning: spoilers for do-we-even-have-to-say-it-at-this-point below.
By now, you've hopefully seen Avengers: Infinity War. Blah blah blah, a lot of people die, blah blah, not everyone, though, blah, Infinity Stones, blah. We're going to go ahead and skip all of the film's devastating and emotionally destructive events and focus on something much more proactive: how it's all going to get fixed. If you stayed for the postcredits scene, you'll know that Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) has sent out a distress signal bearing a rather strange symbol. Turns out it's the insignia for a supercharged newcomer: Captain Marvel.
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If you don't know, Captain Marvel is a hero who pops up in the '90s, but until now she has not appeared in the Marvel cinematic universe. We're going to meet the hero in next year's Captain Marvel, which will drop shortly before the fourth Avengers film. But Captain Marvel isn't just a completely random person who bursts onto the scene, and Nick Fury doesn't just call her out of the blue. Naturally, the two have a history that will be explored in the upcoming film.
Granted, Captain Marvel may stray from the comic book origin story, but we have a feeling some of it will stay firmly in place. According to the official bio page for Carol Danvers, our...
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