Fans can’t wait to see War Machine finally step down as sidekick

Disney and Marvel made waves last week when they announced a new list of wonder properties on big screen and television. These included new series for Nick Fury, Baby Groot, Ironheart, She-Hulk, and several more.

However, one of the more intriguing projects they have announced is Armor wars, Who go bring back Don Cheadle War Machine in a post-Iron Man world.

As such, many fans are wondering where it will go from here.

Introduction to “Armor Wars”

When it comes to the MCU, there are three basic types of superheroes. First, there are those who are born with superpowers based on their alien race, lineage, or other peripheral reasons. Second, those who are accepted as ordinary people but endowed with superpowers through unseen events. Finally, there are those who lack superpowers but make up for it with resourcefulness. This is often done with a costume, like iron man and Ant-Man.

However, these are not the only heroes who have such power in their hands. Since the first film in the franchise, Iron Man had a friend in Rhodey. Rhodey was an Air Force pilot initially played by Terrence Howard but quickly replaced by Don Cheadle.

Cheadle has since been a mainstay of the MCU, but after Stark’s death in End of Game, many wondered what would happen to the character.

Rhodes had Iron Man to thank and blame for everything he has. On the positive side, he gave her the costume that allowed her to fight side by side and help protect the world from attacks both internally and across the universe. On the other side, however, his feud with Captain America ultimately crippled him.

With technology, Rhodey can get around this. However, without his friend to lead it, this show will explore his life after the events of Endgame changed the universe forever.

What we know about “Armor Wars”

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When it comes to Armor wars, there are two inspirations that creators can draw on. The first incarnation took place in Iron Man comics in the late 1980s. These involved Tony Stark’s worry about his armor falling into the wrong hands and possibly being used against him after his technology was the model used by new enemies. The technological enigma launches a Civil war style Event.

The revival of the concept in 2015 came from similar places for a 21st century audience whose reliance on technology had only grown. Beyond that, the series is little known. Struggles similar to this scenario have been introduced throughout the universe thanks to Stark’s involvement, but with Stark out of sight the possibilities are endless.

“Armor Wars”: making Rhodey shine

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Ever since Rhodes first looked at Iron Man’s armor in the MCU’s first film, he’s been biding his time to shine. Now he might be forced to live his dream. Fans on Reddit have spoken about the character’s opportunity to shine Tony Stark’s Huge Shadow.

Speaking on the subject, a Reddit the user proclaimed his enthusiasm for Cheadle to have time to shine.

“I’m so happy that Don Cheadle can finally do something solo as the War Machine without being tied to Tony.”

This has started some discussions about how it is used. While Cheadle is an acclaimed actor with an impressive resume of leading roles behind him, he’s seen as an understudy in the MCU.

Now with his own series, the character will be able to shine, and, in turn, Cheadle will finally be able to land a role worthy of his past. User u / ex_oh_ex_oh explained this.

“I just said the same thing haha! He’s kind of hooked up in the MCU for as long as Tony’s sidekick and, that’s Don Cheadle! He’s an amazing actor, so I’m glad the guy has his own show.

Now fans will have to wait and see what new surprises can unfold during the Armor wars, which is currently in pre-production with no launch date in sight.

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