Early Release of Second Generation Black Widow Winter Soldier Leader

Foreign media reports have revealed that Marvel’s new film “Thunder Agents” will be released on May 2nd in North America instead of July 25th, and rescheduled to feature the newly announced “Magical Four”.

The film features White Wolf/Former Winter Soldier, Second Generation Black Widow, Red Defender, Imitation Master, Ghost, Val, and American agents. The team is similar to DC’s, featuring a group of characters who used to be evil spirits but now joined forces to serve on government missions.

The list of participants included Florence Pew, Sebastian Stan, David Hubble, Wyatt Russell, Hannah Jon Carmen, Eugene Correianko, Julia Louis Dreyfus, Harrison Ford, Geraldine Wiswanathan, Lewis Pullman, and more.

Written by Eric Pearson () and directed by Jack Schleier ().

Marvel Comics has a fictional anti hero organization called The Thunder Agents, which was co-created by Kurt Bussack and Mark Bagley. Their first appearance was in Invincible Hulk at Vol. 2 # 449 (January 1997).

The Thunder Agent team demonstrates to readers and Marvel Universe that after the Avengers were declared dead in the Crossfire of 1996, they became a team of superheroes and protectors who helped protect the world. However, on the last page of the first manga, it is revealed that the Thunder agents are disguised evil masters, which is surprisingly new and carefully kept out of sight by Marvel.

The organization rejected their leader Baron Zemo and sought to become a hero through their own strength, ultimately succeeding under the guidance of Hawkeye. The Thunder Agents comic series is known for its use of secondary characters from other Marvel comic books and its emphasis on storytelling with continuity.

(Meng Qing)

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