Adam at the end of guardians of the galaxy

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Kang also reveals to Adam that they had tried to prevent the current outcome 112 times, but now Kang decides another course of action: he will send Warlock to retrieve the Soul Stone in exchange for Warlock giving him the Time Stone. His innate, energy-based powers already make him a force to be reckoned with.

Writer-artist revived Warlock in 178-181 Feb. Mainframe bottom right is voiced by Miley Cyrus and Krugarr top right is a CG character. He is a big file, and I am going to tell you why you should be excited to see him on the big screen. Warlock's power increased with each resurrection. Annihilation: Conquest Moondragon and later seek Warlock's help to free the alien from the invading. Interestingly, despite his relationship to Sincere Gems and Infinity Gauntlets, Adam Warlock is in the Infinity War itself—though he is confirmed for Guardians Vol. I came across, in theHim, and came back the next day and said that's who I wanted to do, and that night I started working on it.

One of the stories that Lee drastically altered was the story of the Enclave, scientists who created the ultimate being. This could, perhaps, hint at a role for Adam in Avengers: Infinity War or Avengers 4.

Notifications - But with Marvel boss Kevin Feige and director James Gunn hinting and outright stating that Adam Warlock will be absent from The Avengers: Infinity War, and next be seen in Guardians of the Galaxy 3, his run-in with Thanos will have to come in the sequel - That actually makes the most sense, too: allow James Gunn to introduce Adam, show his ascent from created instrument to powerful, wise hero, and rise to the heights needed to stand against Thanos.

Heavy, heavy spoilers ahead! Yes, the rumors are true. There are indeed five post-credits scenes tacked on to the end of Guardians of Galaxy Volume Two, so you'll need to make sure to stay until the very end of the film's credits to see them all. And while some of those scenes are merely fun little vignettes, a few of them hold exciting and potentially significant repercussions for both future Guardians films and the wider Marvel Cinematic Universe in general. So what do they all mean? Kraglin uses the Yaka Arrow The first post-credits scene is a simple one. It shows Kraglin--Yondu's former second-in-command--playing around with Yondu's whistle controlled Yaka Arrow. He's not very good, however, and he ends up flying the arrow straight into Drax's shoulder, causing the big alien to scream in pain. It's a nice, fun scene, but ultimately, it's there just for laughs as opposed to setting up something for the MCU's future. Stakar Ogord assembles a team Stakar Ogord played by Sylvester Stallone is shown assembling a team made up of Charlie 27 Ving Rhames , Aleta Ogord Michelle Yeoh , Krugarr, and Mainframe voiced by Miley Cyrus. Within the film, all of these characters were Reavers, but comic book fans also know them as the members of the very first Guardians of the Galaxy team. In comic lore, Stakar comes from the alternate Earth-691 timeline, and he's an immensely powerful being with superhuman abilities, immortality, and the ability to manipulate light. Aleta, the adoptive sister of Stakar, is as powerful as her brother, and at one time the two were fused together by the Hawk-God into the one being known as Starhawk. Charlie-27 is from the 31st century, and he's descended from humans genetically engineered to be workers on gas platforms in Jupiter. He too has superhuman powers. Krugarr is basically a 22nd century version of Doctor Strange, while Mainframe is an alternate universe version of the android Vision. So what exactly does the forming of this team mean for the future of the Guardians of the Galaxy franchise? And will they play a part in the upcoming Avengers Infinity War? Right now, Marvel is keeping quiet about the path of these alt-Guardians. But using such big name actors surely means there are plans for them outside of the brief cameo in Volume 2, right? Adam Warlock In Guardians of the Galaxy 2, gold-skinned Ayesha the leader of a race known as the Sovereign is seen at the end of the film talking about creating a perfect being, before the camera shows what's clearly a large cocoon, one large enough to fit a person in. Who exactly is Adam Warlock? Warlock is a perfect human created by a group of scientists known as the Enclave. He's been the possessor of one of the Infinity Stones the Soul Gem, to be specific , has tangled with MCU big bad Thanos on several occasions, and has even been part of the Guardians of the Galaxy team. While it's unlikely that this film version of Warlock will be a player in the upcoming Avengers Infinity War, his appearance at the end of Volume 2 does suggest he'll be a key part of the third Guardians film. Baby Groot becomes Teenage Groot This fun little scene takes place in the near? Quill stands at Groot's door, and is horrified to see it covered in leaves and bark, while Teenage Groot sits on the bed playing some kind of futuristic video game. The Watchers get bored with Stan Lee This final post-credits scene is actually a continuation of the brief scene we see during Yondu and Rocket's crazy space jumps in the middle of the film. In that scene, we see a group of three Watchers listening intently to Stan Lee as he tells them tales of his many adventures. In the post-credits continuation of this little vignette, the Watchers have clearly had enough, and despite Lee's insistence that they stay and hear more, they all walk away from him. Who are The Watchers? In Marvel comics, The Watchers are a group of mysterious extraterrestials, whose sole mission is to observe the most significant events occurring in the universe. Perhaps the most well-known Watcher to Marvel comic fans, at least is Uatu, who has long watched the major events happening on Earth, and who was recently killed by none other than Nick Fury. It's already been confirmed by Marvel, however, that Uatu is not one of the Watchers that we see in Guardians of the Galaxy 2. Stan Lee being seen with Watchers, however, does play into a long debated fan theory about who exactly Stan Lee is within the context of the Marvel movies. Some have speculated that his appearance in cameos in most of the Marvel films actually means that Lee himself is a Watcher in disguise.