Avengers: Secret Wars is one of the most significant comic book events to have taken place. It ran a massive multiversal story of the multiverse itself that ended. The MCU gave us a road map till Phase 6, and it all ends with Avengers: Secret Wars. This crossover event will bring the Multiverse Saga to an end. And this is the film that could beat Avengers: Endgame in terms of scale and the number of characters that will appear in it. So, we believe that along with the team of the New Avengers, we’d also have a Young Avengers team in Secret Wars.
Endgame had a whole army of heroes that included several random soldiers from Wakanda, the ravagers, the sorcerers, and New Asgardians. But this time, these random soldiers could be replaced by heroes and villains. If you have a slight idea about Secret Wars, then you would be aware that this storyline includes a place called the Battleworld!
This is where most of the multiverse came to an end because of Incursions, and the last surviving place left was the Battleworld which comprised different factions of the entire multiverse. It had variants of several heroes and villains residing in different parts of the battleworld. And one team of characters could be the Young Avengers.
A separate Young Avengers project still hasn’t been announced. But we know that it is being set up with several Phase 4 and Phase 5 projects. So, Phase 6 could bring us a Young Avengers project which would lead us into the Kang Dynasty and Secret Wars. The comic book Young Avengers includes Nathaniel Richards as Iron Lad, a younger version of Kang himself. So, a line-up of MCU’s Young Avengers could also make it into Secret Wars through the Iron Lad connection.
Or maybe the Young Avengers could first get a project of their own, leading us to Avengers: The Kang Dynasty. And then the survivors of this team could show up in Avengers: Secret Wars. A lot will depend upon how The Kang Dynasty sets things up for Secret Wars. Still, are you guys excited to see the Young Avengers team up soon? Let us know in the comments.