Who is the most powerful superhero

Marvel boss explains: This is the most powerful Avenger in the MCU

In the course of the brilliant double event that "Avengers 3: Infinity War" and "Avengers 4: Endgame" resulted in together, Marvel fans drove a horde of sometimes quite complex questions. But especially in the world of superheroes, in the end it is always a very simple question that also turns out to be the longest-lasting: Which superhero is actually the strongest of them all?

Thanos almost single-handedly brought down

When Marvel mastermind Kevin Feige spent an hour answering questions at a film school, the mother of all superhero questions was naturally asked. And surprisingly, Feige was actually carried away to answer. And no, neither Captain Marvel, nor Thor, or the Hulk are the most powerful heroes in his opinion. Wanda Maximoff is named the MCU figure with the greatest power. He explains his choice as follows:

“Well, it's interesting when you watch Endgame: Wanda Maximoff was about to kill Thanos [single-handedly]. I've never seen Thanos so scared. "

And indeed: It looks like Wanda could have stopped him all by himself and thus averted some dramatic events, if Thanos hadn't called for his backing at the last second. You can take a look at the confrontation in question here:

At last year's Comic-Con in San Diego, he said she would be among the strongest - so now he's finally making her the most powerful hero figure. This also fits in with the observation of professional nerd Kevin Smith ("Jay And Silent Bob Reboot"), who was amazed at Wanda's immense strengths when the film was released because of this very scene.

If you want to take a look at the current interview with Feige in its entirety (some other interesting questions will be asked), you can do so here:

The future of Wanda Maximoff

In the next MCU adventures, the strongest heroine of all Marvel heroes will be featured prominently. In “Doctor Strange 2”, which will be released on May 6, 2021, Wanda will also play a key role alongside Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch). And even before that, she will get her own series on Disney + this year: "WandaVision", where she will live together with Vision (Paul Bettany) in a weird sitcom reality.

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