Almost each and every venture that is left the MCU to date has highlighted Easter eggs about characters from the funnies that fans will probably never really see make it into the monstrous establishment. Simply existing to offer gestures to the fans instead of going about as affirmation that they do, truth be told, exist in a world that is populated by Avengers, Defenders, and Guardians of the Galaxy. Now and again, comic characters do make the jump to the MCU, regularly flying under the radar on account of being so approximately adjusted from their comic partners as to be practically unrecognizable. Different times, references rise above simply winking at fans, expressly affirming that these characters are really around in the distance, regardless of the possibility that we might never really get the chance to see them.
With such a great amount of descending the pipeline this year, how about we pause for a minute for a spoiler-filled glance back at all the undertakings we’ve gotten so far to uncover the absolute most dark, unidentifiable, or outright not entirely obvious characters who’ve made the jump from page to screen in some structure or another. Diehard aficionados of the MCU might know a few or these, however for the easy going eyewitness, here are 10 comic characters you completely overlooked certainly exist in the Marvel Cinematic Universe…
10. The Human Torch
The first Human Torch – not to be mistaken for the Fantastic Four’s Human Torch – was presented the distance in 1939. An android with the capacity to, obviously, set himself burning, he was initially a manufactured humanoid, however has following been revised to be more mechanical on account of the disgusting Mad Thinker’s impact, and has consistently unified himself with different legends over the Marvel universe. During the Stark Expo scene in Captain America: The First Avenger, the Human Torch can be witnessed inside of a presentation case being looked upon by various individuals. Dissimilar to most Easter eggs that simply tease a character’s capability to exist inside of the MCU, his status as an android means he’s in that spot on the screen, evidently a character inside of the MCU regardless of the fact that he, sadly, doesn’t do anything.
9. Man- Thing
Dr. Theodore Sallis was presented in 1971 as a natural chemist working in the Everglades to reproduce the serum that ascended Captain America. He was double-crossed by AIM and his own wife, Ellen Brandt – who he scarred while escaping – and utilized the final example of his serum on himself, turning into the huge Man-Thing and inevitably going ahead to wind up the watchman of the Nexus of All Realities. Man-Thing has been badgered for quite a long while now crosswise over various ventures inside of the establishment. To start with, Brandt showed up – scars and all – in Iron Man 3 as the Extremis trooper Tony Stark slaughtered by electric shock. At that point, the Nexus of All Realities was referenced on Erik Selvig’s writing slate in Thor: The Dark World. Ultimately, in the wake of S.H.I.E.L.D’s. ruin and records being made open, Maria Hill expressly name-dropped the character while pondering who or what he was in the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. scene “Nothing Personal.” Hmmmm.