Every epilogue from every Marvel show, ranked

With the recent announcement of a file reckless A series under development and the premiere of the first episode of Mrs. MarvellIt’s been an eventful few weeks for Marvel fans. The first wave of MCU Disney+ shows is over, giving fans time to think about past projects and prepare for future ones.

Arguably the most anticipated episodes of every TV series are the pilot episodes and the final episodes. For these Disney+ shows, sometimes the final episodes are offered, and sometimes they aren’t. Some finals tie the series perfectly while others fall flat, and the finals of the MCU lineup of TV shows range from brilliant to lackluster. netflix absence Jessica JonesAnd the the punisherAnd the defendersAnd the iron fistAnd the Luke Cage It should be noted, as it has not been officially canon in the MCU.

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8 What if…?


What if...?  a poster

As the only MCU Disney+ indirect show, What if…? Sometimes it overwhelmed him. What if…? Not bad by any means, with stunning visuals and an interesting concept, but the finale of the film left viewers confused.

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Conclusion What if…? Odd, given that the show is made up of different stories about different characters; Some episodes relate to others but do not have a single continuous plot line. This means that the final episode feels rushed and awkwardly paced. The entire show and the closing in particular failed to elicit an emotional response from viewers, which is something Marvel is usually good at. Although it is packed with great visuals and plenty of high-quality jokes, it’s an unsatisfactory ending to the show.


7 loki


Chief Loki

The first season of loki Marvel fans were very well received, achieving 91% of the audience rotten tomatoes. For most people, seeing Loki, the much-loved character of Tom Hiddleston, become the lead of his own television series was a dream come true.

However, the last episode of the first season of loki It’s one of the most controversial episodes of any Disney+ show, and some fans loved it and others hated it. The ending presents a different kind of Kang the Conquerer in a disappointing way, failing to establish him as a notable character and killing him quickly. Additionally, the controversial romantic interest between Loki and one of his variants, Sylvie, is set in stone, with kissing. Apart from the last scene of the episode, the finale loki Fails to answer important questions. While Season 2 is likely to answer these burning questions, the season finale still offers closure and ends the season well, rather than leaving a lot of open endings.


6 hook


Official Hawkeye Clint Kate Pizza Dog Poster

While dealing with important topics, hook It is one of the most amazing Marvel shows. It takes place during Christmas and has a pizza dog named Lucky, and the bad guys are a gang wearing tracksuits. despite of hook It’s a fun show and the ending is still a fun episode, it just missed the mark by a bit.

The main drawback of hook Who is its villains and how they are dealt with in the end. In episode five, it is revealed that the villain is Kate Bishop’s mother, Eleanor, and she works for the infamous Kingpin. The excitement of revealing Kingpin quickly fades when he finally fights Hawkeye and Kate and appears to have been killed. It’s an impressive official debut in the MCU for such a pivotal character, especially one so well done in Netflix’s reckless series. The payback qualities for this ending are heart-to-heart for Yelena and Clint and some great shots of the close duo of Clint and Kate taking down Tracksuit Mafia goofs.


5 The Hawk and the Winter Soldier


Conclusion Hawk and Winter Soldier

The Hawk and the Winter Soldier Probably one of the most important performances for the future of the MCU, after WandaVision. The show explores real-life themes like systemic racism, income inequality, and the dangers of nationalism, and it also follows Sam Wilson on his journey to become Captain America.

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Although the epilogue offers inspiring moments, such as Sam’s emotional speech regarding equality, it is also predictable while somehow presenting strange twists. The main villain, Carly Morgenthau, is somewhat disappointedly killed by Sharon Carter, who reappears in an unprecedented way. John Walker receives an unearned moment of redemption. It’s a finale that technically checks all boxes, but leaves viewers unsatisfied.


4 reckless


Matt Murdock in Daredevil

reckless It is the only Marvel show canceled from Netflix that ends on a satisfying note. While the third season finale is gearing up for another season that unfortunately didn’t come to fruition on Netflix, it still served as the series’ finale. With enchanting and vibrant fight scenes, flawless performances from Charlie Cox and Vincent Donofrio, and incredibly realistic stories from the Daredevil comics, this show is considered by many to be the best live Marvel show to date.

The third season of reckless She is a strong point of the show, but the setting of the epilogue and the ending itself are some of the weaker aspects of the season. The appearance of some new plot holes and the failure to address those gaps in the plot spoils the final episode, distracting viewers from the story. Although there are some issues with the unintended series ending of recklessMost agree that it wraps up the show well.


3 Shield Agents


SHIELD Poster Agents

Shield Agents It has the advantage of longevity over other MCU TV series, especially the latest Disney+ releases. Running for seven years, the show is able to tell complete stories in a convenient amount of time, rather than condensing them into six episodes.

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The Shield Agents The epilogue is great, although the show has gone through a rough patch. It connects loose ends, delivers emotional moments, and fulfills stories of redemption. The best part is a final moment of gratitude between Phil Coulson and Daisy Johnson. The seventh season of Shield Agents He’s one of the weakest, but in the end, the epilogue wraps up an incredibly successful show paying homage to his legacy.


2 WandaVision


Wanda Maximov as the Scarlet Witch in the finale of WandaVision

The first Marvel Disney + shows, WandaVision It was a resounding success, capturing the audience’s attention from the very first episode. With its sitcom-inspired style, beautiful cinematography, and emotional acting, the show kept viewers sober.

WandaVision He plays with the limits of television and defies expectations. As one of Marvel’s strongest shows, WandaVision He also has one of the strongest finals. It connects Westview’s story in a heartbreaking way, serving as a precursor to Wanda’s origin as a villain in Doctor Strange in a multiverse of madness. The ending gets to all the most important points: a great final battle, Wanda finally becoming the Crimson Witch, and a heartbreaking farewell to Vision, Billy and Tommy. The only negative thing about this ending is that it is somewhat predictable. However, it can’t end any other way, that’s why WandaVision The conclusion is one of the best.




1 moon knight


Moon Night Promotional Poster

moon knight Disney+ may be the only show that doesn’t feel rushed. It took Marvel a few tries to get the tempo of their six-episode shows just right. Although fans would like to know more about Harrow and Layla in general, moon knight He does a great job of telling a well-paced story.

Conclusion moon knight He checks all the boxes while tying loose ends and preparing the second season brilliantly. The villains, Harrow and Ammit, are defeated after a beautifully designed battle, featuring Moon Knight and Mr. Knight and Layla have amazing skills. However, the beauty of the epilogue is the fact that it ends Season 1 basically where it began. The first episode of the show begins with Stephen in his apartment, unaware that Mark is there and unaware that Khuncho is controlling him. The final scene from the end ends with Stephen and Mark in their apartment, oblivious to the fact that Jake Lockley is around and Khoncho is still in control. It’s a perfect moment, and the credits scene where Jake Harrow kills for Khonshu is the perfect hanger. There are a lot of things to love in the conclusion moon knight And there’s almost nothing I hate.

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