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Oh, my God.
Marvel finally gave us a new trailer
for "Spider-Man: Far From Home," and
compared to the initial tease, it really
sets up a post-"Endgame" MCU.
Nick Fury: Beck is from Earth, just not ours.
The snap tore a hole in our dimension.
Spider-Man: You're saying there's a multiverse?
Matt: Yes, that's exactly what the trailer is saying.
In the Marvel comics, there exists the multiverse.
It's a way to tell alternate stories
about characters you're already familiar with
that diverge from the main Marvel continuity,
but it doesn't affect the main Marvel continuity.
Basically, the multiverse is a way of creating
and working with ongoing alternate realities.
Think of each reality as its own universe
with its own timeline.
Put them together, and they're the multiverse.
If you saw "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse,"
you're already familiar with the concept.
Each universe has its own quirks with its own heroes.
Sometimes there are overwhelming similarities,
but usually there are huge differences.
For example, the Marvel universe
in the comics is referred to as Earth 616.
This is the one that has existed for 80 years,
and aside from the MCU, it's the one
that most people are familiar with.
But if a creator wants to tell a different story,
say, one where Charles Xavier is murdered
at a young age, causing a chain reaction
that sees the villain Apocalypse
conquer almost the entire world,
then an alternate universe is needed.
Give it a number, in this case Earth 295,
and you're good to go.
Tell your story, do whatever you want
to the characters, and none of it
should affect the main timeline, but more on that later.
Now, time travel can and does
play a part in these realities.
The X-Men are constantly traveling through time
to avert possible disaster, whether it's from Sentinels
in the legendary "Days of Future Past" story
or in the more recent "Old Man Logan."
Both storylines took place in dystopian futures
with X-Men from present-day Earth 616,
but the future events of "Days of Future Past"
took place on Earth 811, while the future events
of "Old Man Logan" took place on Earth 807,128.
It's a way of working with characters you
already know and love while adding
all sorts of twists, turns, and alternate takes.
Hey, I know they later changed "Old Man Logan"
to not be the X-Man we're all familiar with,
but we'll save retroactive continuity for another video.
Now, remember that part about characters from
other timelines not affecting the main timeline?
Well, that actually gets a little complicated.
If a character or something else
from an alternate reality is a hit,
say, the extremely evil version of Beast
from the "Age of Apocalypse," then they'll
usually somehow cross through time and space
to wind up in the main Marvel reality, Earth 616.
Characters from one reality can and do
cross over to other realities all the time.
One comic, "The Exiles," sees characters
from various realities come together
as a team to hop from one reality to another,
averting disaster and correcting huge mistakes
in the timeline.
Every single one of their missions
could be considered a time heist.
Were you asking yourself how Captain America
didn't screw up the timeline at the end of "Endgame"?
He probably did.
There's a good chance him staying behind
in the past created a whole new dimension of reality.
The main Marvel Cinematic Universe
is referred to as Earth 199,999.
He could've gone back and stayed behind
in what would become, say, Earth 302,481.
He would've had to cross over to the main MCU reality
to bring Sam the shield, but he just kind of
appears on that bench at the end of "Endgame."
So, it is possible.
The Russo brothers have been pretty adamant
this Cap came from another dimension,
and since there exists a team of heroes
whose job it is to fix mistakes in the timeline,
it may be possible we'll see the reality-hopping Exiles
on the big screen.
Marvel could be setting up the multiverse
as a way to bring the Avengers, the X-Men,
and the Fantastic Four all together on the big screen.
Having each team inhabit its own reality
would explain why they've never run
into each other before, and it would also
explain why, say, the X-Men didn't help defeat Thanos.
Now, there's a lot of other stuff
that goes along with the multiverse.
It's too complicated to get in here,
but you should know that Merlin,
yes, that Merlin, or his daughter Roma
generally serves as the protector of the multiverse.
The X-Men offshoot team Excalibur
is very linked to the multiverse,
and Reed Richards of the Fantastic Four
is constantly building transporters
to jump through time and hop dimensions.
So the potential is there
to bring the teams together this way.
I'm not saying that's how they'll do it,
but after introducing the concept
of time travel in "Endgame" and bringing
in the multiverse in "Far From Home,"
it's clear Marvel has decided one universe
isn't enough to play with.
They're going for infinity.
The Ancient One: You think you know how the world works?
Stephen Strange: This doesn't make any sense.
The Ancient One: Not everything does. Not everything has to.


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曾怡瑄 發佈於 2019 年 6 月 26 日
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