5 most dramatic loves of the Marvel superheroes
Let’s review the five loves of the Marvel superheroes.
Peter Parker and Liz
Spider-Man is known as a naive, charming boy and very close to the viewer. Because of that, everyone spent the same amount of time in school, like Peter, who fell in love with a schoolmate who had responded to the affair and eventually had to split up.
The only thing that “Spider-Man: Missing Homecoming” was a real relationship between Peter and Liz, who had not even had an official date just because Liz's father was a cruel man.
2. Peter Quill and Gamora
Peter Quill and Gamora are two contrasting individuals when the Star-Lord is always funny and she is very serious and rarely smiles.
Although Peter quickly falls into Gamora's love, Guardians of the Galaxy's producers are not in a hurry to push them into a romance, they just slowly exploit it from the first movie to the Infinity War.
Gamora only accepts Peter as he grows up and is more thoughtful, and Star-Lord has plenty of time to explore as well as her painful and traumatic past. The relationship of Peter Quill is a major highlight of the Guardians and raised "Guardians of the Galaxy" on a comedy film.
However, the new romance was interrupted by Thanos when Mad Titan brought Gamora's life in exchange for Soul Stone.
3. Scarlet Witch and Vision
Most of Scarlet Witch and Vision stories are not on the big screen, but they are always considered one of the most beautiful couples in the MCU.
Both characters are first introduced in "Avengers: Age of Ultron" but until to "Captain America: Civil War", they start talking and "turn on the green lights" for a relationship.
Unfortunately, Vision is the key to helping Thanos conquer the Universe by the Mind Stone on his forehead. This leads to an emotional scene as Wanda lays a hand against Thanos, while the other tries to sacrifice Vision as tears roll down her face.
4. Steve Rogers, Peggy Carter and Sharon Carter
It can be said that the love between Steve Rogers and Peggy Carter is the most beautiful and saddest love of MCU. They always exchange respect, trust and try their best for the enemy. But sadly, Captain America sacrificed himself in the fight against HYDRA, leaving Peggy alone with unfinished promise.
Sharon Carter first appeared in the second season of “Captain America” series as an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D and was a neighbor of Steve Rogers. Their love story only really flourished in “Civil War” and it was also at Captain recognized Sharon was the niece of the first woman he loved.
5. Natasha Romanoff and Bruce Banner
The love between Natasha Romanoff and Bruce Banner is an interesting highlight in "Avengers: Age of Ultron." The story like "Beauty and the Beast" has both insiders and outsiders and the audience is embarrassed by the two did not have any previous relationships. In addition, the two characters are hard to come to a serious relationship when Bruce is no longer able to bear children and Natasha was sterilized.
At "Avengers: Infinity War" event, they reunited after so many years but just greeted, which raised questions in the Marvel fan community that they would continue the relationship after the tragic event.
By: Oralie Smith