The HYDRA Easter Egg We All Missed by the Doctor Strange 2 Artist

The HYDRA Easter Egg We All Missed by the Doctor Strange 2 Artist ...

HYDRA made its MCU debut as a Nazi-affiliated scientific organization back in Captain America: The First Avenger. Since then, the evil group has been exposed to having spent decades hiding within SHIELD, but since then, HYDRA has been somewhat silent, with its only significant appearances coming in theAgents of SHIELDTV series - one which remains incontestable in terms of its canonicity.

With the exception of HYDRA being decommissioned in the main MCU timeline, this is not to say that the rest of the Multiverse is true. After all, there are an endless number of universes. Fans surpassed their biggest potential yet into these many withDoctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

The plot was dominated by a few distinct universes, including the famous Earth-838 world which housed the film''s Illuminati. However, one sequence saw Doctor Strange and America Chavez fly across universes to escape the Scarlet Witch''s wrath, giving an overview of a paint-made reality, the Savage Land, and even a world governed by HYDRA.

Doctor Strange 2 Reveals Hydra Easter Egg

Variety has recently spoken to several of the VFX artists behindDoctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, who gave up details of previously unknown Easter eggs as hidden in the film.

The article brought attention to a black-and-white background from the Multiverse, in which a blimp with the Hydra symbol can be seen flying by.

During Strange and America Chavez''s journey through the Multiverse, the HYDRA World is visible, with this being one of the many worlds to appear.

Michael Perdew, a senior VFX producer for Luma, talked about the Gargantos conflict from early in the film, which his team worked on. Perdew revealed he had been "begging" to use the squid-like alien for a while, confirming his identity to be an "allusion" to Shuma-Gorath''s character.

"I''ve been personally making demand for this character for years since about 2014," says the comics author. Gargantos is a sort of Shuma-Gorath character, which is therefore more an indication of that character.

HYDRA Continues to Impact the MCU

The HYDRA has had the most significant impact on the Captain Americatrilogy and theAgents of the SHIELDTV series. For the most part, the Nazi-affiliated scientific group appears to have reached its peak following its inclusion in SHIELD in The Winter Soldier.

As the Marvel UX progresses towards bigger threats, it''s difficult to imagine HYDRA coming back anytime soon unless it may play a role in the nextCaptain America 4. That being said, the organization is among the most important organizations in the Marvel world, so it''s exciting to see it still being mentioned.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness appears to be revealing a reality in which HYDRA controls the world, presumably due to the Nazis rather defeating the Allies at the end of the World War ll.

Due to the fact that this well-placed Easter egg has just been discovered, there might well be a lot of fun references hidden within Multiverse of Madness, a film with more potential to hide secrets than any other film in MCU history.

Who knows if HYDRA will be back in the MCU, but for the time being, its greatest play is inDoctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which is now in theaters worldwide.

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