Secrets. They’re everywhere. We all have them, whether we understand it or not. And that’s why the secret invasion is such an important story in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). While it may initially seem like a simple story, the underlying implications are massive. This blog post will explore how secret invasion can set up Thunderbolt Ross for Captain America 4 and why you should definitely watch it if you haven’t already.
Where Thunderbolt Ross Is After Avengers: Endgame
In the wake of Avengers: Endgame, many questions remain. One of the biggest is who will emerge as the next leader of the Avengers.
One potential candidate is Thunderbolt Ross, a main antagonist in Secret Invasion. If we look at his history, it’s clear that he’s ready for the role. He’s been through a lot and proven himself as an effective leader. Plus, he has a strong connection to Captain America, which could make him a powerful ally.
If Thunderbolt Ross does become Captain America, it will represent a big change for the team. He’s not someone who typically takes orders from others – he leads by example It could lead to clashes with other team members, but it would also make them better warriors in the long run.
Why Ross Shouldn’t Get Selected In Captain America 4
Ross has only been in the Marvel Cinematic Universe for a little while, but he has already let his anger and impulsiveness get the better of him. In “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”, Ross was angry that Hydra had infiltrated S.H.I.E.L.D., and he acted rashly without thinking things through. It led to him getting captured by Hydra, and his lack of discipline cost him big time in the end.
If Ross is going to be playing a role as a potential future Captain of America, he needs to learn how to control his anger and impulses. It can be hard to do, but it’s important if he wants to be successful as the next Captain America. If he continues to act out this way, it might be hard for filmmakers to put him in a good position when leading S.H.I.E.L.D. or to fight against Hydra in future films.”
Secret Invasion Can Explain How Ross Evolved The MCU’s President
Ross was almost definitely appointed president of SHIELD after Secret Invasion, as there is no other plausible explanation for his sudden rise to power. After all, he seems to know a lot about SHIELD and its operations, which would only be possible if he had been given direct access following the invasion.
Furthermore, his appointment as president would coincide with the increased activity of HYDRA in America, which suggests that SHIELD was working closely with HYDRA at the time (or at least knew about their activities). This connection between SHIELD and HYDRA could help set up Thunderbolt Ross for future appearances in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as he may become a key figure in events leading up to Captain America: Civil War.