The Marvel Cinematic Universe’s 10 Greatest Moments

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Enter Nick Fury: It used to be safe to leave the movie theater once credits rolled. Then came this addendum to Iron Man, which.

Spidey Climbs the Washington Monument: There was definitely nothing new about a Spider-Man movie by 2017, but the sprightly Homecoming managed.

Captain Marvel Gets Up: It started with a line from comic-book writer Kelly Sue DeConnick: “Have you ever seen a little girl run so fast she falls down.

Airport Battle: A “splash page,” in comic-book parlance, is dominated by a single image rather than a grid of panels.

Thor vs. Hulk: After two rather dull Thor movies, Marvel set the brilliantly quirky Taika Waititi loose on the character.

Doctor Strange Gets Psychedelic: Thanks to the brain-bending rush of Steve Ditko’s interdimensional art — trippy stuff for a strait-laced Ayn Rand acolyte.

Hulk Smashes Loki: The Hulk is just a big id,” Avengers director Joss Whedon told Rolling Stone — and nowhere.

Captain America’s Elevator Escape: Nobody puts Captain America in a corner. In the space of five thrilling minutes, Chris Evans’ Cap beats up.

Guardians Assemble: I look around at us and I see losers,” Chris Pratt’s Star-Lord says, trying to get a ragtag, nihilistic.

Is This Your King: Ryan Coogler’s Black Panther achieved two milestones: It was a worldwide smash with a nearly all-black cast.

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