There is one thing which we love about Marvel superhero films, while some deliver post-credit scenes, other get some big Easter eggs into them. Here are the top 8 Easter eggs in Marvel films that have already been released:
Felecia Hardy In Amazing Spider-Man 2
The ones who have read the comics carefully know about Felecia Hardy, the character was shown as Harry Osborn’s secretary in Amazing Spider-Man 3. There was a time when Spider-Man and Black Cat aka Felecia, who was also Peter Parker’s classmate were involved in an intimate relationship. Though confusing, this relationship was an ecstatic one, both fighting off criminals and high on adrenaline kissing each other. Where Peter was fighting off criminals like the Kingpin and Doc. Ock, she could be seen working alongside them, though both could be seen fighting criminals alongside and she trying to unleash Spidey’s wild side but after finding out that Spidey is actually Peter, she loses interest in him, leaving him emotionally broken.
The Original Firestorm
Hammond is one of the Golden Age’s most famous heroes. He has been there fighting alongside Captain America and has also shared some pages with Namor the Submarines. It is sad to see that even being such a long character he has never received any special recognition. This character’s suit could be seen in the creds of Captain America: The First Avenger.
Captain America’s Shield
this is quite known by now, but still, this easter egg is too big to not be on our list. In Ed Norton’s Incredible Hulk, when the Hulk is in snow filled mountains and punches into the snow, a landslide happens, showing the colours red, blue and white inside the snow, which later comes out to be Captain America, as we know what happened, the plane and the crashing, yeah, it was him.
Fin Fang Foom
Nope, this is not the name of a dragon. Fin Fang Foom is actually a Malkuan. This is a shape shifting alien race, which came to earth sometime in the 8th century. There they transformed into humans so as to learn more about them and Foom transformed into a beast. He went into Hibernation. When the Mandarin broke it out of its sleep, Foom reeked havoc, Iron Man came to stop the beast but was put down really easily. This character was seen in a poster in 2008’s Iron Man.
Agent Of HYDRA- Bob
All the diehard fans of Deadpool know who Bob is. Bob- the Agent of HYDRA is a great friend of Deadpool, that character also made a cameo in the 2016 flick, Deadpool. The character is one of the henchmen of Ajax, and probably the only one, whom Deadpool doesn’t kill.
The Tinkerer- Spider-Man: Homecoming
Yeah, sure there were great options to choose villains from for Homecoming. It could be Rhino, Doctor Octopus or the ever not so friendly Green Goblin. But no, the team went for Vulture, and Michel Keaton nailed the performance. There was, however, one more character, who the fans thought was just created for the film. This character is the nerdy dude who made the vulture suit. When the end creds roll, he is known to be Phineas Mason aka the Tinkerer.
Prowler: Spider-Man: Homecoming
People were surprised when they saw Donald Glover in Spider-Man: Homecoming. The dude has his own big musical career, also he stars on a comedy TV show, yet still, he was there in the skin of Aaron Davis. Everyone knows Aaron Davis is not just any name, it is the name of the anti-hero known as the Prowler, who uses his high tech suit to take on the villains. Not just that, he is also the uncle of Miles Morales, who in another universe, himself is Spider-Man.
Wakanda- Iron Man 2
During a conversation at the end of Iron Man 2, Tony Stark tells Nick Fury that he is not fit for the Avengers event. But there was something interesting going on in the back of the characters, where a screen shows different dots on the world map, and showing Africa. It also proves that a screen was showing Wakanda, the home of Black Panther. And then Black Panther made its cinematic appearance in Captain America: Civil War and it seems that Marvel had already planned his appearance.