A massive plot hole from Captain Marvel has now been answered 2 months ago

A massive plot hole from Captain Marvel has now been answered

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We were all thinking it.

Trying to decipher and understand every little mystery, tidbit of information and teaser in the MCU is harder than trying to solve the equation that opens the quantum realm, but with Captain Marvel currently kicking ass at the box-office, it's clear that the demand for superheroes is stronger than ever.

There's also the small matter of Avengers: Endgame to contend with in a few weeks' time, but as we saw in Carol Danvers' first standalone feature film, the arrival of Captain Marvel is something of a game-changer.

Ever since Nick Fury sent out that SOS at the end of Avengers: Infinity War, we all knew that Captain Marvel's arrival into the MCU would be a seismic one, but comic book fans did ask themselves one question, why the wait?

Nick Fury spent decades assembling the Avengers and his work culminated when Earth's mightiest heroes took on Loki and the Chitauri during the Battle for Manhattan, and yet, he didn't feel the need to contact Captain Marvel via that swanky pager.

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To compound matters, Ultron also proved to be a very dangerous threat and there's also the issue of The Avengers breaking up after Captain America: Civil War and the rise of Hydra to contend with.

On the topic, Slashfilm asked Marvel president Kevin Feige if there's any reason why Nick Fury was so late to page Captain Marvel.

"Well, I’d say two things. One, she does say it’s gotta be a real emergency, right? Yeah. The other thing I’d say is how do you know he never hit it? How do we know he never pushed it before? We’ve never seen him push it before. That doesn’t mean he never did," said Feige.

Ultimately, as anyone that watched Captain Marvel will know, there's only one thing that can save the universe.

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