Editor’s Note: The following contains spoilers for Ant-Man & the Wasp: Quantumania.Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania It’s certainly one of the weirdest parts of the Marvel Cinematic Universe to date, an anomaly within its own franchise. Again the previous two Ant-Man the films felt like fun caper style films Ocean’s Eleven, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania trades the tactile environment for a surreal and colorful epic adventure akin to classic sci-fi. Fantastic Journey or Journey to the Center of the Earth. Within the strange landscape of the Quantum Realm are many strange creatures, including Hank Pym’s humanoid green creature.Michael Douglas) exclaims “looks like broccoli.”
This as-yet-unnamed, multi-eyed character is one of the film’s better sight gags, and even takes part in the final battle against Kang the Conqueror (Jonathan Majors). After Cassie Lang (Kathryn Newton(William Jackson Harper), Verb (David Dastmalchian), and Jentorra (Katy O’Brien). Presumably, if this character was able to survive the final battle, he would get to participate in the celebrations that ensue after Kang’s defeat.
Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania Pulls from the weirdest parts of Marvel’s cosmic universe; Characters like Lord Krylar (Bill Murray) are derived from dark runs of the incredible hulk 1980s comics set in different realities. Although the origin of this plant-like character has yet to be confirmed, the species bears a striking resemblance to some of the evolved creatures in the world of Marvel Comics.
Can a head of broccoli be a green vegetable?
Marvel’s what-? series debuted in August 1988, featuring comic stories featuring key Marvel characters in short parody issues collected in multiple volumes. While it was originally inspired by a 1960s series No Brand Echhhas what-? run influenced a number of later film adaptations; previously marked the first appearance of Spider-Ham John Mulaney voiced by the character Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. It later inspired a 2009 animated web series of the same name, starring MODOCK and Deadpool.
A 1991 episode of the series featured a brief appearance by an anthropomorphic criminal broccoli who was part of a criminal gang known as the “Lunch Legion”. After being exposed to the same radioactivity that gave She-Hulk her powers, this group of vegetables led by “Mean Cuisine” tries to attack Jennifer Walltears’ She-Hulk by confronting her in a grocery store. Unfortunately, She-Hulk happened to be quite hungry at the time, eating Mean Cuisine; Green Vegetable managed to survive, so perhaps he entered the Quantum Realm.
Broccoli heads resemble R’malk’i
The Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania the characters resemble the R’malk’i characters that first appeared in the 1976 magazine. Witch. Unlike the passive character in the film, the R’malk’i species were known for their brutality and extreme capitalistic values. The R’malk’i were tasked with stranding an innocent pilot to his death, leaving Adam Warlock to rescue them. With that in mind Will Poulter He will debut the role of Warlock Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, there are possible connections to the MCU; R’malk’i also appeared as a threat in the issues Nova, Avengers Spotlight, and Quasar.
if Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania character is one of the R’malk’i, it wouldn’t be the first time the species has appeared in MCU continuity. The species was listed in the visual dictionary Thor: The Dark Worldbut given their cosmic origins, it’s unclear how they would make their way to the Quantum Realm.
Could be a member of Broccoli Head Cotati
There is also an option Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania the character is a member of the Cotati, a more fundamental species that plays an important role in Marvel’s cosmic corner. Originally created Steve Englehart and Sal Buscema By the 1960s The Avengers, the Cotati were an intelligent group of sentient, anthropomorphic green plants with extremely powerful telepathic abilities. The Hala species shared its homeworld in the Pama star system in the Large Magellanic Cloud with the villainous Kree, who appeared in multiple MCU episodes after their debut. Guardians of the Galaxy.
similar to Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania character, the Cotati species were originally somewhat humanoid, but allowed their trunks and limbs to pass. The Cotati sacrificed their mobility to channel their telepathic abilities, but were still brutalized by the Kree, who believed them to be biologically and intellectually inferior. Although their powers and abilities were recognized by benevolent Skrulls, the Kree attacked the Cotati leadership and stole their precious starship and technology. Most of the Cotati were massacred in the Kree genocide that turned Hala into a militarized planet. Some Cotati managed to escape the world and relocate, eventually joining the pacifist Skrull legion known as the “Priests of Pama”.
This wouldn’t be the first time the MCU has casually dropped a reference to Cotati. In Guardians of the Galaxy, A radio voice inside the prison orders a delivery of Cotati seeds, and enter Avengers: Infinity WarGamora (Zoe Saldana) of Thor (Chris Hemsworth) Muscles that looked “made from Cotati”. Considering that the Kree-Skrull conflict will appear in both Secret Invasion and miraclesCotati may have a bigger role in the MCU moving forward.
Regardless of whether or not the broccoli-type creatures have a legitimate origin in the Marvel Comics source material, it’s nice to know. Peyton Reed is exploring some of the more outlandish elements of the franchise. The Ant-Man the series has never boasted images like those of the cosmic saga rivals Guardians of the Galaxy and Thorbut Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania It was definitely a step up in the visual sensibility of the sub-franchise. Marvel has been seen many times for his flat visuals, so it’s a good thing there are some walking pieces of broccoli every now and then.