This Redditor’s fan theory even adds to ‘Avengers: Infinity War’

Sorcerer Supreme

We have been four years since Avengers: Infinity War, but amazing new theories keep popping up. The latest theory suggests that part of Doctor Strange’s game has even more consequences for the future – especially for the eternal.

One Sharp Redditor posted their theory on /r/FanTheories, suggesting that Doctor Strange may have known well Marvel Universe’s Eternals – and they are taken into account as he searches for the “one” timeline Avengers win.

A major plot point in the eternal was the appearance that, according to the film, was delayed due to the population of the universe being halved. /u/LuckyMe111 believes that when Sorcerer Supreme experienced 14,000,000 oddly different outcomes, each also involving the need for Eternals to exist to prevent apparition.

This makes a lot of sense, like Sorcerer Supreme is one of the strongest and most intelligent beings in the known Marvel universe. Being aware of the Eternals would be consistent with him being able to detect Loki and Thor arriving on Earth in Thor: Ragnarok.

Eternals not exactly reaching the peak of another one MCU manufacture at the box office Or with important reception, but it opened up a new part of Marvel universe to explore. The cosmic side of Marvel Comics has always been gorgeous, so it’s exciting to see them bring it into the cinematic universe.

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