Another TV series to join The Marvel Cinematic Universe has opened the door to Doctor Strange 2

Another TV series to join The Marvel Cinematic Universe has opened the door to Doctor Strange 2 ...

The Darkhold, which appeared in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Hulus Runaways, was removed on the front cover when Wanda confronted him. However, as you can see, the actors in the movies have no choice but to make one copy. However, as you can see, you may not know whether the film will be published on the screen, and the director will be debunked.

Fans have debated whether or not the pre-Disney+ movies like Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Runaways, and Cloak & Dagger are all part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Even in the case of the Defenderverse, there is still no definitive agreement on whether or not the films are in the canon. Without SPOILERS for Marvel Studios'' latest cinematic release, we can also say it.

Wanda decides to destroy the Darkhold when America Chavez unintentionally sends herself and Doctor Strange across the multiverse. Wanda attempts to protect Wanda''s friends from it, but Wanda refuses to see him as he attempts to solve the problem. Wong also attempts to torture Kamar-taj others sorcerers until he does. They were, in effect, copied off the walls of an ancient chamber in Mount Wundagore.

What does this mean about canonizing the pre-Disney+ Marvel shows? Well, ever since WandaVision''s release, one of the greatest examples of shows like Runaways wasn''t canon was the appearance of the Darkhold in the 1972 Marvel Spotlight #4 series. However, the pre-Disney+ version does not look like the one from WandaVision, which also includes the actual name of the book on the back cover, and there is no doubt that the book made its way into the Agath

In a March 2021 interview with Screen Rant, WandaVision writer Matt Shakman admitted that he hadn''t considered the version of the book as it appeared in the other series. Despite his assertions, he offered no narrative explanation as to how that might be case. And now continuity sticklers can breathe a sigh of relief because Doctor Strange 2 has given us the answer.

Why are the books different? Because they are different books, or, to be clearer, they are different copies of the same book. If one copy could be made off the walls of Wundagore Mountain, why would it be Chthon who created both? We dont know and we must understand. Doctor Strange 2 provides all the information we need to know to clarify the possibility that there may be more than one Darkhold, and that both Agents of the National Geographic will be considered part of the MCU.

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