These 9 Marvel Heroes Will Be The Key To Defeating Thanos In Avengers 4
The Avengers and Marvel universe took quite the beating during the events of Marvel’s Infinity War. But now that the dust has settled, quite literally, Earth’s Mightiest Heroes can regroup and make a second attempt to avenge the fallen. There’s not many heroes left, but these ones will be instrumental in bringing the Mad Titan Thanos down. This list of heroes includes none other than Hawkeye, who was missing during the third Avengers film but his reassuring presence and true aim will be an asset to the team in a time where some of their strongest allies have vanished. Another help to morale will be to have Steve Rogers pick up the mantle of Captain America again and lead his team. After being broke, it’s time for the team to come back together and who else to inspire them with hope than their former leader? Then there’s the Hulk, who sorely needs to come to terms with himself and Banner and not be afraid to change back into the “other guy”.
The universe needs someone who can dish out the hurt against someone like Thanos. Thor will also be mighty important, as he’s one of the few Avengers and beings alive in the cosmos who can safely go toe to toe with Thanos and cause real harm. Dr. Strange set in motion events that will hopefully lead to victory, so in theory, the Avengers have already won, making his plan essential to that victory. Part of that plan is heavily relied on Iron Man, who was spared in order to be an active participant in what’s to come. Of course, Captain Marvel will also play a part in that film as she was teased in the after credit scenes and will likely help out in a big way. Another surprising bit of help can come from Drax, whose family was killed on Thanos’ orders and vanished in the dusting. But he’ll likely come back with a vengeance. If things can be undone, Gamora will also prove to be essential in the fight as she has a clear reason to get involved. Finally, Thanos himself might be the one thing that can defeat Thanos, and guilt may ultimately claim him.