Looks like Black Widow has finally got her justice.
We all remember the first post-'Avengers: Endgame' Marvel movies, when pretty much every frame was filled with tributes to Tony Stark who sacrificed himself to defeat Thanos and save the world. However, a certain Avenger has never received a similar nod: in fact, Natasha Romanoff – and we're talking about her – has never even received a funeral, unlike Iron Man.
But in 'Ms. Marvel', this is finally fixed.
In 'Spider-Man: Far From Home', we could feel it when Peter Parker said "Everywhere I go, I see his face", meaning Tony Stark. But for Natasha Romanoff, who gave her life in Vormir, a public tribute in 'Ms. Marvel' is the first proper acknowledgment of her sacrifice… if you don't count that horrendous video tribute in 'Far From Home', of course.
But some fans quickly came up with some other characters that would be pissed about the lack of their own tributes.
Vision could have definitely used a tribute now that Wanda, heartbroken over the fact that her sacrifice basically meant nothing, has almost turned into a villain.
Still, it's heartwarming to know that Black Widow has finally received her nod, even though it has been three years.
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