The Young Avengers form a superhero squad in Marvel Comics, bringing together emerging heroes to fill the void left by the original Avengers. Guided by figures like Wiccan and Hulkling, the team comprises young individuals with distinct powers and backgrounds, such as Kate Bishop (Hawkeye) and Cassie Lang (Stature). While grappling with threats beyond their years, the Young Avengers navigate adolescence, striving to forge their identities as heroes.
‘The Marvels’ skillfully lays the groundwork for the Young Avengers. After the conclusion of the main plot, Kamala Khan, having received intel from Fury on superpowered individuals, actively recruits them for the Young Avengers, expressing her intent to form and maintain a team with youthful members, though not explicitly stated.
The MCU has officially confirmed three members of the Young Avengers: Kate Bishop, Kamala Khan, and Cassie Lang. This leaves us wondering about the upcoming project dedicated to the Young Avengers. According to reliable insider Alex Perez, the development is leaning toward a movie rather than a Disney+ show.
It’s logical, considering that the Young Avengers would essentially be rising during a period when the MCU is without its core team—the Avengers. There have been speculations about Marvel Studios possibly resurrecting characters like Iron Man and Black Widow, though this hasn’t been fully confirmed. Regardless, ‘The Marvels’ adeptly establishes the premise through recruitment and Kamala Khan, and we’re hopeful that it paves the way for a significant development.
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