During “Iron Man 3,” Tony Stark is forced to face terrorists, supervillains, and alien armies for the first time in his life. In the movie, Tony had flashbacks to the Chitauri battle in New York, when it appeared he would perish. Tony has Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), which is destroying his life. When he’s not donning the Iron Man armour to prepare for attacks against actual or imagined foes, he begins to use it as a safety blanket.

Fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, who had become accustomed to Tony Stark’s confident and self-assured personality, were shocked by Tony’s downward slide. When Tony defeats his foes without the aid of his armour, he proves that he has the natural intelligence and ability to succeed. However, after realising that he will still be Iron Man without his armoured suits, Tony smashes them all.


Loki has been often shown to be a lonely guy who has been hurt by his father Odin’s preference for his brother Thor over him as a youngster. Loki’s hatred for his brother was fueled by this favouritism, whether it was genuine or imagined. Loki’s discovery that he was not Odin’s biological son, but a frost giant youngling that Odin had discovered and placed under his care, was the final straw. Finally, Loki was persuaded that he did not belong in Asgard with his so-called relatives.

These tragic incidents fueled Loki’s exploits in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. According to what Loki told his brother in the movie, “It hurts, doesn’t it? What a shock it is to be told you’re one thing, just to find out it’s a lie!” Despite his frequent declarations that he is a villain, Loki has never given up on his desire for love and acceptance. Because of this, he returned to his brother’s side, and Thor and Loki fought Thanos together. As a result of his “glorious aim,” which turned out to be considerably different from what he had envisaged, Loki died heroically in battle with the Mad Titan.


Steve Rogers, as Captain America, has always been defined by his unwavering dedication to his country. Also, the character’s “boringness” has been blamed on this steadfast commitment. Because of this, the MCU opted to place Captain America in a position where he had to choose between his country and his values. For this perspective on Captain America, “The Winter Soldier” served as a springboard. Steve is forced to work against the government after realising that HYDRA had penetrated SHIELD. As a result, superheroes were compelled to follow commands from planetary governments in “Civil War.”

To do what he believed was right, Steve had to go up against officials in his country and some of his closest friends. Steve had to reflect on what it meant to him to be the living image of America in both circumstances. He determined that the ideas of freedom and justice were more important than simply following orders from the existing leadership. That choice represented the difference between rigid nationalism and even-tempered patriotism, as Steve demonstrated.


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