As we know, the incredible Marvel series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is coming to an end, so going out from the Marvel formula, it is expected that the last season will not leave many questions to the audiences. At the ending of this series, there is only one, quite long, the post-credit part that reveals well short of Nick Fury’s watermark about “Avengers Initiative.”
Recently, Sam Wilson or Falcon or Captain America mainly articulates all the details about the theme of the series with a brief monologue to the entire wor4ld at large. He was the Stan Marsh at the ending of the South Park episode.
The second major Marvel effort of Disney+ hides many portions of the story into a neat small bow, but it still leaves some unanswered questions at the last moment.
Sam as Captain
After Sam flies towards the GRC members with Karli’s Body, then Sam and the members are doing a long conversion about the Flag-Samshers whether they are called a terrorist or not as their goals were noble. GRC at last draw the suspension order to redraw the borders.
In the last episode, it was exposed that Batroc was allied himself with the Flag Smashers, they are fighting, and Batroc is taunting him, so the falcon leaves. Flag Smashers has planned to force GRC to escape from the building by using smoke grenades, and after that, kill them in the helicopters and armored vans. As Bucky chases the kidnapped hijacked vehicles, Flag-Smashers is giving distraction by firing the armored vehicle.
Batroc is Dead or Alive
After Karli’s escape, she is confronted by Sharon and Bartroc, one of the most terrible and consistent villains of the Captain America series. Has been team up with Sharon, The Power Broker, and also present there and demand a high payment.
Sharon then shot him, and she is also shot, not lethally but also Karli. At that time, Sam arrives, and before Karli shoots him, Sam kills her. Georges Batroc has got a vital lesson to never ask Sharon Carter for a raise in this final point. Flag-Smashers.
Every time the new Marvel adaptation must reveal a new sidekick for the fans to find with, and it is the reason that we found Sam Wilson in the first place. When the time arrives for Sam Wilson to introduce Sam Wilson’s own, the call is answered by the First Lieutenant Joaquin Torres of the U.S. Air Force.
In the first few episodes, we have seen the consistent presence of Torres in The Falcon and The Winter Soldier. Due to Sam’s interaction with Bucky Barnes and John Walker, the military liaison fell very badly by the wayside. In this finale, he appears briefly watching the speech delivered by Sam to the Global Repatriation Council. And give a wise smile at how far his friend has arrived.
It is assumed there is not any big plan for Torres to be his own Falcon-style superhero, but one thing is sure that the MCU always needs a sympathetic general character. It will not be surprising if Torres once again pop-up in future Marvel shows to support his friend as he has always done before.