So many of Marvel's heroes are pitted against MCU villains that have powers. This means that many nerds leaving the theater after another entry in the never-ending franchise will be left wondering about a lot more than where they parked their car. Instead, their heads will be filled with questions like "Who is the most powerful villain in the MCU?" and "How do villain superpowers work?"
Luckily, along with offering various jargon-filled explanations for how the heroes' powers work in the MCU films, these movie writers are absolutely unwilling to leave the villains' powers up to the viewer's imagination. Each MCU film is filled with a glorious amount of pseudoscience that fully explains where the villains got their fearsome abilities and exactly how they are able to use them.
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