Falcon and Winter Soldier Ep 2: Why The MCU Hid This Secret About Captain America | MCU Canon Fodder

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Published on 27 Mar 2021, 23:03
Falcon and Winter Soldier Episode 2 is here and we not only get to see our heroes, Falcon (a.k.a. Sam Wilson, played by Anthony Mackie) and Bucky Barnes (a.k.a. The Winter Soldier played by Sebastian Stan) fight together but we also see John Walker (the new Captain America) and his partner Lemar Hoskins (a.k.a. Battlestar) as they team up (kind of) against The Flag Smashers. Plus we finally find out what Zemo has been up to since Captain America Civil War. This episode of Falcon and Winter Soldier also introduces Isaiah Bradley to the MCU. In the pages of Marvel Comics, Isaiah Bradley was the first Black Captain America. So why is he in Falcon and Winter Soldier? Join Akeem Lawanson (@geekheavy) for IGN Canon Fodder for the full Falcon and Winter Soldier breakdown and all the Easter Eggs we could find.

When Marvel Studios dropped the first Falcon and Winter Soldier trailer for the new action-packed series on Disney Plus (or Disney+ or even Disney + if you prefer), fans were excited to see how Marvel Avengers spend their time between movies. And while they usually out there dealing with some kind of global emergency, awesome episodes like this always bring out something new. Rockstars like Sam and Bucky in the MCU always make for some top-tier Falcon and the Winter Soldier Easter Eggs. Please join us for the breakdown!

In Captain America: Civil War, Zemo gets arrested and thrown in the tank and he's been cooling heels there ever since the Blip. He's been chilling there through Avengers: Infinity War and the five years that passed before Avengers: Endgame when a heroic rat saved Ant-Man (a.k.a. Scott Lang) and wound up saving half the universe in the process. The Falcon and The Winter Soldier (Falcon and the Winter Soldier) will now have to remember all of the stuff that happened in Captain America: The First Avenger, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and Captain America: Civil War if they hope to keep from losing. Avengers like Captain America and Nick Fury are still Avengers in Captain America and Avengers, though they're probably not so much now since neither are in Falcon and the Winter Soldier. Falcon, Bucky, John Walker, Lemar Hoskins, U.S. Agent and Battlestar and Sam and The Winter Soldier are totally in Marvel Studios' Falcon and Winter Soldier on Disney Plus.

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