“Have you seen the new Marvel?” This little question is still heard by many people in the four corners of the earth, asked by millions of viewers. Proof that American studio superhero productions now dominate the global cinematic landscape.
That’s why the word Marvel entered the everyday language of any good self-respecting geek (or not) viewer. To the point where we might forget the basics: What does this mean, Marvel? Since the studio did not respond to our request for an official response, which is potentially rich in unknown lessons, we are content to decipher this term through a simple translation.
What is hidden behind the name Marvel, which first appeared in 1939 in comics marvel comics, Publisher Timely Comics? Just the desire, in a very simple word, to give society the desire to escape from everyday life, while reading or watching a movie.
The word Marvel, in English, literally means “wonder”, “miracle” or “miracle”. But it is the Collins dictionary definition that makes it possible to make the best connection with the superhero adventure that so captivates the audience.
According to the British Dictionary, something “wonderful” is thus provoked “Amazement, admiration, or astonishment.” Feelings you should already be feeling since the launch of the MCU in 2008 and the theatrical release of Iron Man!
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