When he first gained full power he was named as Wonder‘s Chief Creative Officer, one of the first things Kevin FigHis spirit achieved a final victory over his long-time nemesis Ike Perlmutter, accomplishing this through a decision that still divides the fan base to this day.
Feige announced that the Marvel television division would be shutting down and integrated into the film universe, wiping the slate clean and decreeing that none of his projects would no longer be official canon WandaVision This is the first major episodic project in MCU history. He may have said it, but that doesn’t mean everyone took it as gospel.
Phase One Favorite and Agents of SHIELD Frontman Clark Gregg has been one of the most vocal opponents, and this opposition has been reflected in the forums Reddit according to Feige’s foreword in the new book MCU: The Reign of Marvel Studios has reopened a can of worms that won’t stay closed, particularly the Boss Man’s foreword, in which he both dismisses Marvel Television and teases that it might return in some form after all.
In one fell swoop, the architect of the most successful cinematic franchise of all time has ignored every project from Marvel Television, but still refuses to throw it straight into the canonical abyss, theoretically leaving the door wide open for everyone to pass through the fabric of the film at the same time Multiverse may wander stage or another.
Opinions about being so noncommittal range from anger to excitement – especially if the Multiverse saga has looked to this old catalog for inspiration – but it wouldn’t be the post-Endgame era, if there wasn’t at least some outrage among the base.