A Marvel Studios theory holds that Kevin Feige unfolded a secret plan to make the Morbius universe a failure.
reed richards dropped the concept of “raid” during the events of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. It seems that the raids are precursors to a multiversal collapse. The way those forays happen in the movies differs significantly from the comics. This has led to the theory that the president of Marvel Studios, Kevin Feighas a secret plan to destroy the universe of Morbius, Venom, Kraven the Hunter and company.
For many years, Sony Pictures Entertainment has tried to open pass in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. His greatest success has been Spider-Man: No Way Homesince he got the character of Tom Hardy made the jump to the UCM. However, he was immediately sucked into his own universe, the one in which he lives with Morbius and which Kevin Feige seems to detest.
Apparently dissatisfied with only being part of the Multiverse in the MCU, Morbius’ post-credits scene showed that The vulture of Michael Keaton was ripped out of Marvel Studios and displaced to the Sony Pictures universe. This desperate move by the studio just wants to bolster the credibility of their cinematic universe against Kevin Feige’s. But it could end up assuming its end.
How do raids work in the MCU?
In the comics leading up to the event of Secret WarsIncursions began to happen due to a contradiction in the Multiverse timeline. What causes this is that two universes can collide with each other, with the Earth as the epicenter of it. If the two Earths collide, if they make contact, then both universes will be wiped out.
This fact would spread throughout the Multiverse until only two Earths remained. The result? Either one Earth still stands, or both cease to exist. Otherwise, traveling between multiverses in the comics wouldn’t present any danger. However, that doesn’t seem to be the case at Marvel Studios.
When the Doctor Strange of our world is brought before the illuminati, mr fantastic he tells him: “Your arrival here confuses and destabilizes reality. The bigger the footprint you leave behind, the greater the risk of an incursion.” Reed Richards further explains that an incursion occurs “when the boundary between two universes erodes and they collide with each other, destroying one or both entirely.”
This explanation suggests that the arrival of Doctor Strange and America Chavez to the Illuminati universe could provoke an incursion between the Earth-838 and the Earth-616. However, this would pose a major problem for Sony Pictures and the Morbius universe, who have just removed the Vulture from Earth-616 and placed him in their space. Seen what has been seen, he intends to use it in the future.
What could happen between both universes?
If we take into account the explanation about the raids established in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, the longer The Vulture stays in that universe, the greater the chance of an incursion happening. The very existence of Adrian Toomes would pit the Morbius universe against the Marvel Cinematic Universe chaired by Kevin Feige. The confrontation is inevitable.
The key to the raids in the comics is that the only way to save both universes was to destroy an Earth from either one before they collided. Superheroes had to deal with the moral dilemma of having to kill an entire planet with billions of people on it in order to save billions of existences.. That or let both universes die simultaneously.
We don’t know how or if raids can be prevented on purpose by a universe at Marvel Studios. Perhaps it is left to chance. But, as Reed Richards put it, it is “one or both” universes that are destroyed. Not to mention that Clea (Charlize Theron) he suggested to Doctor Strange that the incursion he caused might be prevented or mitigated. So Kevin Feige’s studio no doubt has some solution in mind to circumvent the problems posed by raids.
So, if the raids follow the rules of the comics, is the confrontation between the Morbius universe and Kevin Feige’s Earth-616 inevitable? It’s almost safe to say that the odds of a fight between the two Earths would fall in favor of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. We do not see the character of Jared Leto to lead a battle against, for example, Scarlet Witch either Captain Marvel.
Evidently, Sony Pictures could ignore the Morbius post-credits scene and pretend it never happened. This would dispel any notion that his universe was in danger of being destroyed. But even that wouldn’t help save it, as the studio would still be at the mercy of Kevin Feige as they are now officially part of the Marvel Studios Multiverse.
In what position is, then, the universe of Morbius? If the Marvel Cinematic Universe at least follows the basic concept of Secret Wars, then the Sony universe will disappear no matter what the studio does. His future depends only on Kevin Feige. Ultimately, the decision rests with the MCU. Everything that happens there from now on will affect the Multiverse.