All Avengers 4 Superheroes Will Be Raised From The Dead
We still cannot get over Avengers: Infinity War. It included a ton of events that most fans did not even think that could be possible. So that is why everybody is eagerly waiting for the forthcoming movie next year to see how our favorite superheroes can invert the effects of Thanos and his calamitous Infinity Gauntlet.
But among the expectation, two new fan theories have come up, and we have to confess that they bewildered us. The superheroes that we thought that had died might not be dead at all. According to a Marvel follower, the movie Ant-Man and the Wasp can explain it. Continue reading to know what we are talking about!
They are not dead
A brand new theory for the upcoming Marvel studio production suggests that all the victims of the snap of Thanos' fingers did not fade out of existence. This is thanks to the Law of Conservation of Mass, a molecular biology principle discovered by Isaac Newton, that indicates that no one can't destroy nor create matter.
Did the Infinity Gauntlet violate this basic tenet? Where did all that matter go? The law could explain why half of the universe in the MCU only disintegrated into dust, and now they are in the Quantum Realm. The theory that is surrounding this region started since the release of the film Ant-Man & the Wasp back in July of this year.
In there, Scott goes to collect some puzzling "healing particles" in order to keep Ghost in phase with the reality. However, Lang's visit to that area occurs at the same time that Thanos arrived in Wakanda. Apparently, after the Mad Titan snapped his fingers, Ant-Man got stuck in the Quantum Realm.
Director Kevin Feige even described part of the geography of this region when he said, "if you notice in [Ant-Man & the Wasp], Janet says meet me in the Wastelands beyond the Void. There are various levels that we check in on. So there are many, many different layers to the Quantum Realm."
Hence, it is possible that, when a person is disintegrated into dust, he or she ends up in one of the layers of the Quantum Realm. After the snap, the chances are that millions of souls filled the region. It has been suggested that there could even be civilizations within this area.
It is not an alternate dimension but rather another layer of reality and a subatomic plane that lies underneath this world. Moreover, perhaps Scott Lang did not comprehend that when he was obtaining the mysterious "healing particles", he could have been collecting souls instead.
Don't you think it is a coincidence that the color of this healing particles is the same one as the orange color of the Soul Stone? If they could heal Ghost, then it's possible they can also restore life. Moreover, when Ant-Man captured them in a canister, he could have unwittingly created a vacuum to get them out of the realm.
It cannot be serendipity either that Scott got trapped in the realm at the very moment that Thanos snapped his fingers. There is an even more shocking detail that is not perceived. When Hope's transmission cuts right around the time when they dusted away, the background of the realm changes from a purplish color to orange.
Tons of sparks start to flutter around him like fireflies. There is a high possibility that these are the souls of Thanos' victims. On the other hand, some other followers believe that these "dead" people in the Quantum Realm can play an essential part in Avengers 4.
There is a small chance that these souls approach the superheroes to serve as guidance to track down the Infinity Stones and rewrite history. Perhaps, they can get out of the realm through Ant-Man's vacuum to fight side by side against the Mad Titan that sent them there in the first place.
A spiritual variant
On the other side of the coin, we have a spiritual variation that could also confirm that our favorite characters did not pass away, and Doctor Strange was the one who hinted it. This character can project a soul or an astral self out of his body that can interact with people around it.
That makes us wonder: half of the bodies in the universe were destroyed, but where are their souls? Did they fade out of existence as well? We don't think so. It is very likely that they are somewhere, and we might know what place is thanks to the power of the Soul Stone.
This other theory explains that the souls are inside the gem. First of all, we have a precedent of this view in the comics. Secondly, it is known that this stone is a type of sentient being with a desire to devour human beings' souls.
Thus, those unfortunate people that have been consumed by the gem could end up within a realm known as the Soul World. The last Avengers movie even confirmed the existence of this place. Do you remember when Thanos was transported to an area where he sees his stepdaughter Gamora as a little girl?
He encountered her young soul, and now many Marvel connoisseurs believe that orange place in Avengers: Infinity War is no other than the Soul World. Considering the possibilities, it is very likely that the rest of the souls are there.
Can the Soul World bear importance in the upcoming Avengers film? Perhaps. Both theories sound very intriguing and plausible, plus the Russo brothers can use them as a great shift in the thematic ties, particularly after the effect that Infinity War's deaths caused on fans.
May 2019 is coming soon, and then, we will finally confirm if these shocking theories are a crucial part for the end of this incredible saga. We would love to know what you think about it, so tell us in the comments below. But you cannot forget to share this article with other Marvel fans!