Phase 4’s New MCU Characters Prove Just How Bad A 6-Year-Old Iron Man Mistake Really Is

  • The Department of Damage Control, originally founded by Tony Stark, has shifted its purpose in Phase 4 and is now targeting new heroes in the MCU.
  • The DODC has become more villainous, going beyond cleaning up after battles and instead actively trying to restrict and oversee emerging heroes.
  • This shift in the DODC's role is opposite to what Tony Stark intended, as he wanted to protect and nurture the next generation of superheroes.
One organization founded by Iron Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe has taken on a more villainous role in Phase 4, targeting characters who perhaps don't need any oversight. Prior to his demise in Avengers: Endgame, Tony Stark was always one of the most resourceful superheroes on Earth, having acquired enough money to equip the Avengers with their specialized weapons and expand his technological empire across the globe. After becoming an Avenger in the MCU's Phase 1, Stark also used his fortune to found the Department of Damage Control, an organization with the purpose of cleaning up the mess left behind by the Avengers' battles.
The Department of Damage Control was created in the wake of the Battle of New York in 2012's The Avengers, first being properly seen in the prologue of Spider-Man: Homecoming relieving Adrian Toomes' crew of their work in cleaning up the destruction. Marvel Television had previously been toying with a Damage Control TV series, but this never came to fruition. Instead, the Department of Damage Control has made its existence known in the MCU's Phase 4, though its purpose seems to have shifted from what Tony Stark originally intended, as the organization has become something of a villain, targeting several new heroes in the Multiverse Saga.


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