10 of Marvel’s Worst Projects Post-Avengers: Endgame

Parts of Marvel's journey after Avengers: Endgame have failed to live up to the superhero legacy.

10 of Marvel’s Worst Projects Post-Avengers: Endgame


  • Fans worldwide were left in awe as the Infinity Saga concluded, marking the end of an era for our beloved superheroes.
  • Navigating the post-Endgame landscape has proven to be a delicate task for Marvel Studios.
  • It becomes evident that not every project has been met with the same enthusiasm and acclaim.
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Fans worldwide were left in awe as the Infinity Saga concluded, marking the end of an era for our beloved superheroes. However, navigating the post-Avengers: Endgame landscape has proven to be a delicate task for Marvel Studios, with some projects soaring to new heights while others fell into the depths of disappointment.


As we delve into the expansive Marvel universe post-Endgame, it becomes evident that not every project has been met with the same enthusiasm and acclaim. In this article, we will shine a spotlight on the top 10 worst endeavors to emerge from Marvel since the Avengers faced Thanos in that epic battle. From lackluster storylines to questionable character decisions, these projects have left fans scratching their heads and longing for the magic that once defined the MCU.

Join us as we explore the missteps and stumbles in Marvel’s journey after Avengers: Endgame and uncover the projects that failed to live up to the superhero legacy.


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10. I Am Groot

I Am Groot

This series presents itself as a 3D animated series primarily targeting a children’s audience. Yet, upon closer inspection, it becomes apparent that the content goes against the values parents typically aim to instill in their children. Despite the undeniable charm of the main character, Groot, his behavior mirrors that of an unsupervised young child, lacking clear guidance on distinguishing between right and wrong.

The creators of I Am Groot seem to overlook the significant impact they have on a young audience and on parents striving to instill positive values in their children. The repetitive need for parents to express that the protagonist’s actions are not appropriate, and his behavior should not be emulated, suggests a lack of serious consideration for the responsibility of shaping a positive influence through their content.


9. Black Widow

Black Widow

Black Widow excels in its portrayal of a wacky family dynamic between Natasha, Yelena, Alexei, and Melina, creating an engaging family drama with sprinklings of a gripping spy thriller. However, Marvel’s inclination toward grandiosity takes center stage, and Black Widow succumbs to the studio’s signature bombast. This shift results in a solo movie that, unfortunately, disappoints, ultimately overshadowing Natasha Romanoff instead of letting her shine.

As the film concludes, it finally bestows upon its heroine the depth and humanity that may have been lacking in her earlier Marvel appearances. While this subtle yet crucial development in the familiar moral landscape of superhero stories is commendable, it leaves one yearning for it to serve as more than just a twist. Rather than acting as a springboard for a new, more morally enlightened era in the MCU, it feels like a missed opportunity to explore uncharted territories.

8. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

While there is much to appreciate in the film, fans of Black Panther might find that certain strong elements don’t quite coalesce seamlessly, leaving a sense of some unfulfilled potential. In continuation of its predecessor, the latest installment showcases bold and extravagant spectacles, featuring compelling performances from the likes of Wright, Coel, Bassett, Gurira, and Thorne, all contributing to an elevated onscreen intensity.


Despite the captivating portrayals, the narrative tends to be ponderous and slow, meandering as it anticipates the emergence of someone to step into T’Challa’s formidable shoes. Nonetheless, Wakanda Forever distinguishes itself through its poignant exploration of grief. While the film inherently carries a somber tone due to the loss of its star, it falls short in authentically conveying the heartbreak associated with that profound loss.

7. Ms. Marvel

Ms. Marvel

While Ms. Marvel grapples with several challenges, the sincerity and screen presence of Iman Vellani elevate it to an average standing. The series effectively introduces our new hero and showcases her cultural identity. Despite facing a dearth of compelling villains, the narrative holds its own, presenting a likable new superhero. Iman Vellani’s portrayal showcases her captivating talent, infusing a unique charm into the character that diverges from its comic book roots.

While the series occasionally ventures into the panderverse, a characteristic not uncommon in contemporary Disney productions, it sustains an entertaining quality suitable for casual viewing, even amid multitasking. Nevertheless, viewers steeped in Ms. Marvel’s traditional backstory may find the reimagined narrative a departure, potentially leading to a sense of disappointment. Recognizing its inherent potential, the show, while not a complete misfire, unfolds as a mixed bag, leaving room for aspirations of a more enriched storytelling experience.


6. The Marvels

The Marvels

Running at refreshing 105 minutes, The Marvels distinguishes itself as Marvel’s briefer cinematic endeavor. The Marvels embraces a lighter tone, although it doesn’t consistently attain the desired elevation or soar. Notably, the film’s most delightful moments don’t demand an encyclopedic knowledge of Marvel lore and within confined spaces that the heroes’ constant shifts in position acquire a logical sense of movement and timing.

The charisma of stars from previous projects like Iman Vellani from Ms. Marvel, radiating all of the films charm, and Teyonah Parris from WandaVision, embodying an appealing vulnerability, forms a solid foundation for this blockbuster. The inclusion of sprightly action and zippy humor further enriches the overall viewing experience. The film also became Marvel’s lowest grossing film since The Incredible Hulk in 2008.

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5. Eternals


Marvel transforms a risky gamble into another integral piece of the puzzle with Eternals. Despite its cosmic ambitions, prevailing humanism amid a nihilistic outlook, and gestures at maturity, the film fits neatly into the Marvel Studios mold. However, Zhao injects an elegant touch into the narrative, while the cast infuses their characters with vulnerability and care, creating a lasting impression that lingers even after the final battle.

However, Eternals deviates from the typical Marvel movie formula by adopting a more serious tone and deliberate pacing. In contrast to the usual banter, there’s a noticeable absence of cameo appearances by other superheroes. While not necessarily boring, the film lacks the exhilarating excitement and breezy wit found in Marvel’s top-tier movies. A distinctive strength of the MCU has been its methodical approach to defining each character individually and unfolding grand narratives across successive films, cultivating a sense of momentum. In Eternals, however, these elements are presented all at once, deviating from the established pattern.

4. Thor: Love and Thunder

Thor: Love and Thunder

Thor: Love and Thunder doesn’t just miss the mark; it feels like a hoax. The characters’ progression seems forced and artificial, offering no more intrigue at the end than at the beginning. In this mode, the film becomes inconsequential, lacking the excitement, mythic grandeur, or sense of danger one might expect from the God of Thunder’s challenges.


Waititi’s penchant for excessive wisecracking in Thor: Love and Thunder drains the narrative of its potential rewards, leaving Chris Hemsworth’s musclebound himbo portrayal as a highlight in a film too preoccupied with jokes and juvenility to craft a gripping story with any real urgency. Unlike many recent MCU films, the script penned by Waititi and Jennifer Kaytin Robinson demonstrates a lack of creative innovation. It frequently leans on simplistic humor derived from cross-cultural references and kitschy pop culture, failing to explore the characters in a compelling manner or infuse genuine gravity into their predicaments.

3. Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania

Within this surreal dimension, the Lang’s and the Pym’s embark on a journey, encountering a myriad of peculiar creatures and navigating the uncharted territories of the Quantum Realm. In the expansive realm awaiting exploration, Ant-Man inches towards unlocking the true essence of his character and the conceptual richness, yet, regrettably, it succumbs to the overpowering presence of the Conqueror.

One might anticipate a movie centered on the peril of universe annihilation to evoke a sense of heightened stakes, but, disappointingly, this one falls short. The familial unity forged amidst challenges also fails to resonate. Drenched in a palette of unconvincing CGI, the film mirrors the visual aesthetics of a first-generation iPhone’s internal workings, exuding an unsettling void that permeates the cinematic experience.


2. Secret Invasion

Secret Invasion

Nick Fury stumbles upon a covert plot involving a surreptitious invasion of Earth orchestrated by a faction of shape-shifting Skrulls. Determined to protect his home planet, Fury allies himself with a formidable team, which includes Everett Ross, Maria Hill, and the Skrull Talos, who has found refuge on Earth. In a race against the clock, they unite forces to thwart the impending Skrull invasion, striving to safeguard humanity from this extraterrestrial threat.

Secret Invasion disappoints, as it struggles to fulfill its potential, marked by dull character development, unlikable characters, a sluggish plot progression, and a lack of anticipation for future episodes. Marvel enthusiasts seeking an engaging and captivating series may find themselves let down. Given the abundance of high-quality alternatives, recommending this show becomes challenging, as it falls short of delivering on its initial promises.

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1. She-Hulk: Attorney at Law

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law disappoints on various fronts, marking itself as one of Marvel’s less successful productions to date. From lackluster acting to cringe-worthy CGI, the series prompts questions about Marvel’s decision-making. The acting performances fall short, failing to capture the essence of the characters and undermining the emotional investment viewers can make in the storyline.

Additionally, the CGI work in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is subpar, featuring visual effects that appear amateurish and out of sync with the high standards expected from Marvel productions. Instead of enhancing the viewing experience, the poorly executed computer-generated imagery becomes a distracting flaw, especially in scenes that should be visually impressive. In summary, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law emerges as a regrettable addition to the Marvel universe. Weak performances and shoddy CGI contribute to an overall sense of disappointment, urging Marvel to reconsider its approach and avoid investing in projects that risk tarnishing the reputation built by its successful predecessors.

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Written by David Moya

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