Marvel is reportedly adapting a number of new characters and teams to appear in upcoming MCU projects, and it seems that it may include a fan favorite. According to Daniel Richtman, MODOK may be used in an upcoming Marvel project.
Created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, MODOK first appeared in 1967’s Tales of Suspense #93. After a former employee of Advanced Idea Mechanics underwent experimentation to increase his intelligence, MODOK was created. While the experiment was a success, the results led to a freakishly large head, which requires the character’s signature chair and look. He became a recurring character for Captain America and is one of Marvel’s most iconic antagonists.
It is currently unknown which project the character will appear in, but it is interesting that it will shoot in the coming year. That means that it could be one of any of the upcoming Phase 4 films. The most likely being the untitled Spider-Man sequel as that seems the best fit for MODOK’s character.
AIM is no stranger to the MCU as Iron Man 3’s Aldrich Killian was a member of the organization. So it would not be too far fetched to imagine they would also create the MCU’s MODOK.
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