He was the main individual to tackle the mantle of Whiplash, much sooner than characters such as Leeann Foreman or Anton Vanko lifted it up. A never-ending thistle in Iron Man’s side, Scarlotti regularly worked for the Maggia and even Justin Hammer throughout the years prior to Stark’s Sentient Armor murdered him. Scarlotti turned up in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D’s. “A Fractured House,” the 6th scene of its second season, as a HYDRA-employed hired fighter who assaulted a United Nations meeting and, later on, a S.H.I.E.L.D. safehouse. He at last battled Melinda May utilizing a RDK – that is, fittingly, a whip with a blade at its end – however was beaten and captured by scene’s end. Now, the battle itself isn’t difficult to overlook, however May has participated in various more great ones, yet to the easygoing spectator, Scarlotti and his whip might put on a show of being subsidiary of Ivan Vanko’s Whiplash in Iron Man 2 instead of an adjustment of the character who had the name first.
In Marvel legend, Tyr was at one time the Asgardian God of War, eminently a child of Odin and, in this manner, more seasoned sibling to Thor. Throughout the years, he’s gone from separating himself from his home because of his disdain over Thor assuming his position to putting his sentiments aside to make peace, however as of now dwells in Hel in the wake of his passing. Tyr showed up in Thor: The Dark World as the pioneer of the Einherjar, Asgard’s gathering of tip top warriors, and appears all through the film a few times in the organization of Odin. At first glance, Tyr is the same than whatever other irregular Asgardian side of the film. Combined with the way that the film doesn’t make any reference to Tyr being Odin’s child or Thor’s sibling, liable to keep the Thor/Loki kin element disentangled for the masses, it’s more than simple to neglect to remember him.