Ms. Marvel’s largest MCU continuity error is corrected by Marvel

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In Ms. Marvel, Marvel has covertly corrected a significant MCU continuity mistake. Any shared world needs continuity to function properly. At its most fundamental level, continuity gives viewers the confidence that the many events they have witnessed are taking place in the same reality. There were a tonne of Easter eggs in the first episode of the Ms. Marvel Disney+ TV series, and one of them even revealed the precise day the Avengers stopped Thanos’ snap in Avengers: Endgame. This programme handled its continuity incredibly well.Even Ms. Marvel, though, made a little error about the Statue of Liberty’s hue. Marvel overlooked the fact that the Statue of Liberty in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is now copper, despite the fact that it was prominently displayed in the episode 6 end credits and opening shot.Surprisingly, Marvel Studios has finally corrected this continuity problem with the Statue of Liberty, as shown on Disney+. Marvel likely found it simple to make the modification by simply changing the hue in a simple image-editing programme.

The astonishing adjustment indicates Marvel does continue to work on previously released Disney+ programmes, updating and, in this case, upgrading them. Although it’s impossible to confirm, several internet comments claim that Marvel changed the hue over the Christmas holiday. However, it’s unclear when exactly the alteration was done.

Edit to the Statue of Liberty Verifies Ms. Marvel’s Position in the MCU Timeline

Even though it seems like a minor point, it’s crucial for placing Ms. Marvel in the MCU’s chronology. Due to the five-year time jump in Avengers: Endgame, the MCU timeline is several years ahead of the present. In reality, Ms. Marvel takes place in fall 2025. Spider-Man: No Way Home, which takes place around Christmas 2024, revealed that the Statue of Liberty was undergoing renovations in honour of the Avengers, which presents a problem.In honour of Iron Man, the usual green colour had been changed to copper, and Captain America’s shield had been enlarged. The shield should have kept its copper colour even though it crashed to the ground during the final battle of Spider-Man: No Way Home. As a result, the Statue of Liberty’s original green colour in Ms. Marvel ran counter to the show’s acknowledged place in history.

Since this is such a small, easily overlooked detail, it is pleasing to see Marvel paying so much attention to the official MCU timeline. Because there is so much content being produced at once, Marvel Studios is finding it harder and harder to keep the shared universe cohesive. Even though minor errors like these are unavoidable, it’s evidently simple to fix them after the fact, especially since the show is only available on Disney+, which means that the update now applies to all legally obtained copies of Ms. Marvel.

Nevertheless, there is another reason the Statue of Liberty is significant. Like the comics, the MCU is typically set in the “world outside your window,” which is essentially the real world but with gods and monsters. This is a purposeful artistic decision that contributes to keeping viewers immersed in the MCU. The Avengers: Endgame time jump, however, brought about significant adjustments, with the erasure of half the universe’s life for a period of five years. With the Statue of Liberty acting as a very potent symbol that the MCU is not the same world viewers live in, the changes are now continuing to have an impact. That point is subtly made in Ms. Marvel’s edit.

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