BY JOSHUA YEHL with regards to Captain Marvel's '90s time setting, Marvel discharged a special site that seems as though it was made during the '90s, and keeping in mind that the site counter, guestbook, and horrendously over-vivified textual styles achieve a specific feeling of wistfulness, that is not what has fans talking. The URL for the return site includes a major Easter egg for a notorious Fantastic Four miscreant. 

Which illuminates the name Annihilus, long-lasting enemy of the Fantastic Four. The amazing trouble maker initially showed up in Fantastic Four Annual #6 from November 1968. Annihilus hails from another measurement called the Negative Zone and is a danger to Earth as well as the whole universe since he controls the Annihilation Wave, a huge armada of creepy crawly like warships. His capacity level is off the graphs, ready to run toe-to-toe with strong vast Marvel characters like Silver Surfer and Thanos. 

This Annihilus bother could be translated in a couple of ways. 

We realize Captain Marvel will be gotten amidst the Kree/Skrull War, yet maybe a bigger risk will introduce itself in the structure on Annihilus, either amid the film or in the post-credits stinger, setting him up as the scalawag in a potential Captain Marvel continuation. 

However, Annihilus is powerful to the point that he'd be additionally fitting for a whole group to go up against, so perhaps the bother isn't for Captain Marvel's motion picture at all and Annihilus will show up in Avengers: Endgame as another risk for the legends to manage over Thanos. We realize that the Quantum Realm can prompt a wide range of new places, and it's for all intents and purposes a given that Ant-Man will utilize the Quantum burrow machine in his van to allow the Avengers to fix Thanos' Decimation, so maybe they'll inadvertently end up in the Negative Zone and conscious another insidiousness en route to halting Thanos. 

On the off chance that the Avengers don't confront Annihilus in Endgame, at that point there's dependably the shot he's being set up as the following huge danger for the Avengers to look after Endgame, which means he'll show up in a post-credits scene. What's more, that would obviously open the way to present the legends who realise him best from the funnies, the Fantastic Four. 

As of now, Fox possesses the film rights to the Fantastic Four (and apparently the majority of their reprobates, as Annihilus), and the Fox/Disney bargain allegedly won't be settled until June, so it's misty how Marvel Studios would most likely use Annihilus for Endgame, which opens April 26

All things considered, Marvel could have made an arrangement with Fox like the one they made with Sony to share Spider-Man. There's point of reference for Marvel working with Fox to utilize certain characters: Marvel made an exchange with Fox that enabled them to utilize Ego the Living Planet in Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2 in return for giving Fox a chance to modify the forces of Negasonic Teenage Warhead in Deadpool. Also, in addition, for a very long time it appeared as though the Skrulls had a place with Fox and couldn't show up in the Marvel Cinematic Universe since they appeared in Fantastic Four #2, yet they're included as miscreants in the up and coming Captain Marvel film, so now, anything could occur.