The MCU series for the Avengers are finally coming to an end with Avengers: Endgame. From what we’ve seen in the trailer, we are assured that Captain Marvel will help the Avengers. Moreover, we also know that Captain Marvel is now the strongest Avenger, but is she the strongest in the MCU? How will she assist the Avengers? Why doesn’t she go alone and defeat Thanos already? Well, our questions just recently got answered. Before Infinity War, the directors had to make way for Captain Marvel to join the Avengers to defeat Thanos. The best way they chose was the way that took our breaths away in Avengers: Infinity War. Therefore, breaking the Avengers and letting Thanos do the snap was the perfect way to invite Captain Marvel in for the fight. At the end of Infinity war, we saw Fury send a mysterious message to someone using a pager. After watching Captain Marvel we got to know that it really was Captain Marvel. In fact, it was Captain Marvel who altered Fury’s pager with alien tech so he can call her whenever needed. In the ending scene of Captain Marvel, we saw Carol arriving at Avengers HQ in just moments after Fury’s message. From the recent Avengers: Endgame trailer, Captain Marvel assistance in defeating Thanos is also confirmed. However, this still begs the question if Captain Marvel is strong enough? Kevin Feige, head of Marvel, gave us the big news just a few weeks before Captain Marvel’s release. He told us that Captain Marvel would become the leader in Avengers: Endgame. Therefore, the death of a leader, Captain America or Iron Man, can be expected. Marvel just told us that even though Thanos is injured, Captain Marvel can’t defeat him alone. They also informed us with the fact that Captain Marvel isn’t invincible nor is she immortal. A previous report says “Disney purposely wiped out the new heroes, so the main 6 can deal with Thanos.” In an interview with Empire Magazine, Feige said, “People would point out that that Cap wasn’t in Infinity War a whole lot, and Iron Man didn’t really speak for that last half hour because of what was going on. But those characters and all of the original six are very much the focus of Endgame in a very personal and emotional way.” Feige also informed us that the ending to Endgame won’t necessarily be a happy one. Infinity War & Endgame co-writer also revealed to us that all the deaths are real and the heroes we’ve lost won’t be coming back. After Infinity War Marcus also hinted towards moving on to the next grief after this one. Whatever the case may be, we should prepare ourselves for the grief we’d get to mourn over once Avengers: Endgame hits theatres and the fate of our heroes finally gets settled.