Superhero ships we would love to set sail in 'Avengers: Endgame'

We are all for happy endings and are shipping some of our favourite superheroes from the MCU, hoping they set sail in 'Avengers: Endgame'


                            Superhero ships we would love to set sail in 'Avengers: Endgame'

Forget Thanos, the infinity stone and bringing back half of the universe to life for a while. Let's give it a rest and focus on the more important things at hand for a change, like which of our favorite superheroes belong with each other. Thanos' snap and other unfortunate events have gotten in the way of most of our superheroes' love lives, nipping many of them in the bud, before they could even blossom. So yes, we are all for happy endings and are shipping some of our most loved Marvel superheroes, hoping they do set sail in 'Avengers: Endgame'. Isn't love supposed to transcend space and time anyway, without the help of Doctor Strange’s time stone?

Here are a few superheroes we would love to see together in the next MCU movie. Cue 'Hooked on a Feeling,' please!

Thor and Captain Marvel

Brie Larson's Captain Marvel is not just the "new girl in town", she is also the strongest Marvel superhero and obviously does not as much as bat an eye when Thor's Stormbreaker whizzes past her in the second trailer of 'Avengers: Endgame'. Tough-guy Thor is clearly impressed and in all his other-worldly charm he says that he "likes this one" to Black Widow. The unflinching Carol Danvers and Chris Hemsworth's Thor evidently have great on-screen chemistry and she is the only Avenger who could possibly be stronger than the Asgardian god.



 

 

Although some fans are of the opinion that Thor would rather ship his best friend from Asgard Valkyrie with Carol than himself, we choose to strongly disagree. The 'Endgame' trailer screams chemistry between the two, and it is definitely not one of friendship. Say what you may, we're not giving up on this couple, "Whatever it takes."

Bruce Banner and Tony Stark

Two of Marvel's most powerful brains, these two geniuses worked together last in 'Avengers: Age of Ultron'. While Bruce Banner and Tony Stark's work together may have proved to be the ultimate recipe for disaster, the two are quite the team when it comes to brilliant creations as well as saving the world. With the standoff between Iron Man and Hulk resolved, the Science Bros. would make quite the power couple, and them riding off into the sunset as they did at the end of 'The Avengers' is the best kind of happily-ever-after there is.



 

 

Moreover, as we saw at the end of 'Avengers: Infinity War', Bruce seems to be having a bit of a problem with getting Hulk to surface, and maybe a little excitement is just what he needs to get in the game again! That is, of course, hoping that Thanos' snap did not split Bruce from his Hulk persona.

Nebula and M'Baku

Nebula, a Luphomoid assassin and Gamora's adopted sister, can be the poster-girl for all misfits. She looks Kree but is part Luphomoid and may as well be the epitome of all identity crises. Now, we think Nebula does not deserve to be singled out in her fight against the world. If the strongest god (Thor) needs someone by his side for comfort, then so does Nebula. An alien-warrior, Nebula would be the perfect match for M'Baku, leader of the Jabari tribe, which is the only Wakandian tribe that didn't succumb to the rule of the Black Panther.

Nebula (Source: IMDB)

 

M'Baku in 'Black Panther' (Source: IMDB)

M'Baku and Nebula may literally be worlds apart from each other, but they belong with each other like two pieces of a puzzle. M'Baku's origin story is as conflict-ridden as Nebula's. A man-ape in the comics, M'Baku was left in charge of Wakanda while T'Challa was away. His struggle starts with his need for recognition as more than just a substitute ruler, much like Nebula's own conflict with her identity. With the nation of Wakanda playing a significant role in the fight against Thanos, M'Baku will return in 'Avengers: Endgame', and boy, do we need this ship to set sail!