What if …?, Chapter 5 was released a few hours ago through Disney Plus and did not meet the expectations of the public. Especially from those who read the limited series written by Robert Kirkman, comic from which the episode is based.
The story begins with Bruce Banner falling into the Sanctum Sanctorum to prevent Thanos’ invasion, however, he realizes that three of the most important Avengers are infected by the zombie virus.
After being saved by The Wasp, Bruce reunites with the group of heroes who have survived the infection and they plan to find the cure to save humanity.
Where does the Marvel Zombies of the MCU fail?
Although there are people who believed that the lack of gore would ruin the chapter, it is not entirely true, since there are small quotas of dismemberment, although sweetened as it is a Disney series.
The biggest mistake is the way the plot rushes and how the episode tries to force Vision to be a villain. and then quickly and absurdly redeem himself, realizing his mistake.
Unlike other installments of What if …?, The fifth episode is based on one of the most popular limited series in comics, so it is inevitable to compare the situations of both stories.
Marvel Zombies is one of the most important events in the House of Ideas comics, but Marvel Studios had to divide the story into two chapters to empathize with the characters and explain in greater depth the story posed by the series.
Finally, The closure is one of the most abrupt in the Disney Plus animated series and it is appreciated that the premiere has been brought forward to quickly forget the worst chapter, so far, of What if …?