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So The end of Avengers: Endgame brought with it a lot of emotional moments. As one would expect from a film that is essentially the end of eleven years worth of stories.
Of course, this also means that a lot of characters’ arcs came to a close as well. Including the star-spangled man himself, Captain America.
Now, at the end of Endgame, Cap was sent back to the past once again in order to return the Infinity Stones (and Mjolnir) to the times and places where the team took them from in order to avoid branching timelines.
After doing so, he took the opportunity to live the life he always wanted with the love of his life, former director of SHIELD Peggy Carter. We’ve followed Peggy’s journey through the first Captain America movie, during her death in Civil War, and on the ABC television show, so it’s nice to imagine her reuniting with PEggy after-all.
It was quite the touching ending. However, this touching-ness was a bit overshadowed by the sheer amount of wonky-ness that this ending introduces.
From timeline splitting impossibilities to the existence of two Captain America’s concurrently. Yea, that’s some really serious stuff right there. So before your brain gets more frozen than Cap laying in a pile of ice — let’s break everything down and analyze exactly how this could work in Endgame. Old Man Steve Rogers actually was very clever in his plan, he just didn’t spell it out on screen for the rest of us.
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