Marvel has had a long and complicated year. Moon Knight, a series starring Oscar Isaac as a troubled superhero with dissociative identity disorder, marked the beginning of 2022 for the studio.
Ms. Marvel, She-Hulk, and America Chavez all made their first appearances on screen during the year, which was primarily devoted to adding new characters to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Marvel has only offered hints at what's to come for the superheroes we are already familiar with,
despite the fact that these new entries into the universe are exciting and the television shows are, at least, well-made. While Spidey
Although the multiverse was introduced in No Way Home and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, and Thor is still in action, we do not know when or how all of the current Marvel heroes, both new and old, will join forces in a new Avengers-level event.
We know that "The Multiverse Saga," the next big story after "Infinity Saga" with Thanos, will end in 2026. However, it's clear that we're still in the beginning stages of the next epic story that will take many years to tell.
Wakanda Forever continues that ongoing trend, focusing on the fictional country's internal struggles more than teasing any major existential threat.