Marvel could solve one of the biggest unknowns related to Iron Man in the UCM.
Marvel has the chance to finally solve one of the biggest mysteries surrounding Iron Man.
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Since it was first introduced and introduced in volume #39 of Marvel Comics’ Tales of Suspense, Iron Man has shown great power and skill as a hero.which has allowed him to establish himself as one of the strongest heroes you can find in the Marvel Universe,
Despite having recently been bested by Reed Richards with an amazing suit, throughout his appearances and participations, both in the MCU and in the comics, Iron Man has proven to be completely skillful and capable in his work as a vigilante.
Likewise, although his heroic participations in the MCU have been iconic since its inception, they have left several holes and mysteries that fans want to be solved. With the start of Phase 5 of the MCU, Marvel finally has the opportunity to solve one of those many unknowns regarding Iron Man. Next, we tell you all the details about it.
Marvel could solve this great mystery regarding Iron Man in the UCM
Tony Stark/Iron Man was introduced to the MCU as one of the franchise’s first heroes, who would later become the leader of the team of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes: The Avengers.
It is known that Tony is the owner and director of the Stark Industry, whose headquarters in New York City comprises a set of buildings known as “Stark Tower”, which Iron Man would make the official base of the Avengers, later changing the name to Avengers Tower.
However, after the events of Avengers: Age of Ultron, the team of heroes was forced to move to another place, called the Avengers Complex, for which Tony decides to sell Avengers Tower someone, who until now had no idea who it was.
Despite the fact that no clue had been revealed about the identity of the character who has bought the Avengers Tower, the Loki series and the introduction of the villain Kang the Conqueror along with its many variants, have left certain clues as to who this individual could be.
In the Loki series the concept of the multiverse was explored, explaining to fans a lot more about how the latter works. This character challenged the Temporary Variation Authority, so this organization was forced to “prune” it, at a certain point in the series.
Being pruned, it was sent to a place called “the Void”, a location at the end of time where the AVT (Temporal Variation Authority) sent everything it could. This location is guarded by a transtemporal entity called Alioth, and is full of objects and places from other universes, including stands the Avengers Towernow with a different name: Qeng Tower.
This gives a great clue about who could have been the buyer of said Tower, because in Marvel Comics, Qeng Tower became property of Qeng Enterprises company once Stark Industries sold Avengers Tower to him.
The CEO of Qeng Enterprises is the Sr. Gryphonwho turns out to be nothing more and nothing less than one of many variants of Kang the Conqueror/Nathaniel Richardswhich due to a glitch in the flow of time, split into several versions of itself, with one being trapped in the early 21st century due to a time firewall.
This variant of Richards created a dynasty and became the CEO of Qeng Enterprises, taking the identity of “Mr. gryphon”. In the most recent Marvel release, Ant-Man & the Wasp: Quantumania, Mr. Gryphon can be seen in a mid-credits scene with the Kangs Council, so we could say that, despite being he pruned his timeline, somehow he must have gotten back to the mainline and bought Avengers Toweragain.
So far, the MCU had not revealed anything regarding the buyer and new owner of Avengers Towerand it turns out that the identity of this individual will be one of the next big revelations of Avengers: The Kang Dynasty.
The Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania post-credits scene has revealed that Kang, along with all of his variants, is planning to attack the Avengers, and it would be completely shocking for the superheroes to find out that a variant of the Conqueror has come closer. of them than they think, turning the Mr. Gryphon in one of the greatest and most evil villains on Earth.
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