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With a three-hour runtime, there are plenty of little details to be spotted in Avengers: Endgame, and we’ll likely be scouring the film for all the Easter eggs when it hits home video sometime later this year. In the meantime, there are some stealthy comic references that might be used to set up future installments of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, especially since there aren’t any credits scenes to do it this time. In fact, one Easter egg in particular could directly reference the appearance of another signature Marvel Comics hero. But in order to discuss it, we have to dive into spoiler territory.
In the middle of the time heist in the second act of Avengers: Endgame, Tony Stark and Steve Rogers have to travel back even further in time from New York in 2012 after their attempts to get the Tesseract are foiled by bad timing (no pun intended). Stark realizes that they can go back to a certain place at a certain point in time that will allow them to not only retrieve the Tesseract, but pick up some more Pym Particles so they’re able to make it back home. And that’s what brings us to Camp Lehigh in New Jersey in 1970.
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Camp Lehigh is the “birthplace” of Captain America, and it also becomes an operation center for SHIELD, under the director of Peggy Carter. While Steve Rogers is trying to avoid being spotted sneaking around the military base, he ducks into a random office. It just so happens to belong to Peggy Carter, and he spots her through the window into more offices as she conducts business. It’s such a heartwarming moment of longing from Steve Rogers that you might have totally missed something that Carter said.
During the exchange she has with another SHIELD employee (via ComicBookMovie), Carter...
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