The animated series What If…?, which explores concerns about various universes all across the MCU is the newest arrival on the small screen. The first reinvented Captain America: The First Avenger with Peggy Carter as Captain Carter, while the second provided us a glimpse beyond space when T’Challa became Star-Lord and promoted peace across the cosmos. Doctor Strange’s darkness manifested itself as an evil variation of himself in Episode 3, while Doctor Strange’s darkness manifested itself as an evil variety of himself in Episode 4. And in Episode 5, we were exposed to zombie versions of The Avengers, while in Episode 6, we saw what would have happened if Erik Killmonger had saved Tony Stark in 2008. What will come next? To find out more in this new What If…? Episode 7 titled called “Party Thor,” the upcoming new episode will focus on Thor, his partying causing chaos on Earth and then wreaking havoc on the world, possibly leading the planet to extinction. with www.tvacute.com/, you can read the spoiler below, to give you a better understanding of the episode.
What If…? Episode 7 Spoilers
What If…? Episode 7 Release Date
How many episodes are left in MCU’s What If…?
The animated series contains fan-favorite characters that create different universes from the world we know. There are two more episodes left. Since season 1 includes a total of 9 episodes, 6 episodes have been aired so far. According to sources, What If…? is expected to conclude on October 5.
What If…? Episode 6 Recap
The sixth episode 6 of ‘What If…?’ and begins with Tony Stark’s travel to Afghanistan. His convoy is ambushed by the terrorist organization Ten Rings, but Tony is saved thanks to Lieutenant Erik “Killmonger” Stevens’ intervention. Killmonger admits that Obadiah Stane orchestrated the assassination attempt during a press conference marking Tony’s safe return from Afghanistan. This paves the way for Tony and Killmonger to form a friendship. They’re working together to create humanoid drones capable of advanced combat. They do, however, require Vibranium to mass-produce. Tony arranges for James Rhodes to meet with Ulysses Klaue, a black market Vibranium dealer.
T’Challa/Black Panther, on the other hand, arrives on the scene to reclaim the Vibranium. Killmonger seizes the opportunity and murders Rhodes and T’Challa. Through JARVIS, Tony learns of Killmonger’s actions and confronts him with the drone prototype. Killmonger assassinates Tony while feigning a Wakandan strike, intensifying the tension between the United States and Wakanda. He then uses Klaue as bait to gain access to Wakanda, where he kills the dealer to demonstrate his loyalty. Drones are used by the US army to assault Wakanda. Killmonger is the leader of the Wakandan army, and he exploits his knowledge to slay the drones while appearing to be a hero. Killmonger becomes the Black Panther at the end of the episode, while T’Challa’s younger sister Shuri tells Pepper Potts about Killmonger’s atrocities.