MCU’s Young Avengers Team Is Already Repeating The Original Avengers’ Power Problem

  • The formation of the Young Avengers in the MCU is repeating a problem from the original Avengers team, as there is a clear power imbalance between the members.
  • Ms. Marvel possesses superpowers and cosmic abilities, making her much more powerful than Kate Bishop, who relies on skills and intellect.
  • The power problem in the Young Avengers will be exacerbated with the addition of other heroes like America Chavez and Skaar, who also possess significant powers, creating a challenge for the writers to balance the villains' strength.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has finally teased the formation of the Young Avengers, but this highly-anticipated team is already repeating a problem seen with the original Avengers. With the original Avengers team no longer active as most of its members have now retired, and with younger heroes being introduced throughout the Multiverse Saga, it was just a matter of time before the MCU finally began setting up the Young Avengers. A replacement team for the original Avengers hasn’t been officially announced, but the Young Avengers are, so far, the best option.
The Marvels not only saw Kamala Khan a.k.a. Ms. Marvel (Iman Vellani) in action alongside Captain Marvel (Brie Larson) and Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris), but this experience served to inspire Kamala to form a new team with younger heroes. The Marvels ended with a surprise right before the credits started rolling as Kamala met Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld) to invite her to join a team of young superheroes, with the latter accepting the offer – however, as exciting as this is, the team is already repeating a big mistake from the original Avengers.


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