Marvel Comics has come a long way since its debut in 1939. More specifically, its advancement in the movie and television industry has grown immensely. In particular, the Disney-owned movies that make up the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) have arguably made the biggest impact so far.
Since 2008, the MCU has made movie releases in the form of phases. At the moment, Phase 4 is in process. The first movie in Phase 4 is Black Widow. As of now, three more Phase 4 movies are set to release this year. Undoubtedly, the MCU now has a huge fan-following. However, for a long time now, many believe that the Marvel Cinematic Universe diversity representation needs more work.
Accordingly, Real Research aims to see how much of a need there is from the public in terms of wanting more Marvel Cinematic Universe diversity in characters. For instance, does the audience wish to see more diverse characters in terms of race, religion, gender, and sexuality? Also, do they feel that representation in the Marvel comics is much stronger? This survey on the MCU is out now.
So, hurry and share your opinion with us by answering the survey on the Real Research App from July 15, 2021. After that, you will receive 10 TNC as a reward.
Public View on the Need for Diverse Characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU)
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