Stepping into the Marvel Cinematic Universe appears nearly as intimidating a job as choosing where to begin checking out the whole history ofMarvel Comics However, even after more than 30 motion pictures and lots of television programs, Kevin Feige thinks that the MCU is completely available for anybody to dip in and out when they seem like it without needing to enjoy whatever that came previously. While dealing with the vast way of the Marvel Universe and how Marvel Studios effort to stabilize that, Feige informed Entertainment Weekly:

“If there’s a Marvel Studios method — like there was a Marvel method in publishing — it’s trying to do both. I’ve talked about this for years: If you want to dip in and out and just go to the movies on a Friday night or watch a streaming series, you can do that. And if you want to follow along, there’s certainly much more to be discovered. But we don’t ever want it to seem exclusive or that you need to have done your homework before watching something. Now, I’ve also realized that a lot of people like to do the homework. A lot of people find the fun in the homework and the continuity and the connectivity. But it is a balance of always trying to do both.”

As the Multiverse Saga starts its journey to Avengers: Secret Wars with the week’s release of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, it would definitely be a great time for those not purchased the Marvel story to get themselves on board the train prior to it leaves the station.

Kevin Feige Says It Is Impossible for the MCU to Please Everyone, and He Isn’ t Going to Try


As has actually been seen with lots of evaluations of the MCU’s motion pictures and television programs, not whatever interest everybody. Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania is presently holding among the most affordable critic evaluations of the franchise, however it appears that Kevin Feige is rather delighted with the varying viewpoints. He described:

“It’s like when people go to the comic shops. There’s Spider-Man and the Avengers and the big title ones. And sometimes you pick up a one-off or an experiment from an artist or writer that you’re a fan of. That’s why the comics have been around for 80-plus years, and I want Marvel Studios to be around that long, if not longer. So, we have to continue to do different types of things. Does everything have to appeal to everybody? It would be nice. But I think that’s impossible. And if you try to do that, you’re going to find yourself in such a small funnel and pipeline that things will get similar and boring and atrophy very, very quickly.”

In current years, the primary problem amongst critics is how the MCU is losing its method, however whether that is the nature of the monster instead of a genuine problem is up for argument. Marvel Comics has lots of stories including its heroes, and because context, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has actually just begun to scratch the surface area.