‘Eyes of Wakanda’ Rumored To Include “The Horde” Teasing Exciting Things in the Future of the MCU


As Marvel Studios is shifting its attention to animated content, they have plenty of projects in the works, starting with ‘Your Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man,’ to ‘Marvel Zombies’ a spinoff of the highly popular ‘What If…?’ animated series.

Beyond these is ‘Eyes of Wakanda’ which was announced last year as a show set in the past and focused on a group of Wakandan heroes as they search for powerful vibranium artifacts.

‘Eyes of Wakanda’ will be canon to the MCU, something that was confirmed several times at this point, and according to recent reports, it’s also going to include one terrifying race from the comics.

One of the episodes of the upcoming show will include Horde. The Horde, known as the locusts of the universe, are extraterrestrial insect-like beings that invade and consume planets as part of a hive mind. They serve the mysterious cosmic entity known as the Fulcrum, contrasting with the Celestials who create.

The Horde has visited Earth multiple times, infecting the Progenitor in ancient times, leading to supernatural phenomena. They returned in modern times with the awakening of the Dreaming Celestial, eventually infecting and attacking Celestials as the Final Host of Dark Celestials, thwarted by the Avengers’ intervention.

The race debuted back in 2007 in ‘Eternals Vol. 3,’ they are capable of devouring the whole world when faced as the hivemind. Their only weakness is if they are not moving in sufficiently large numbers as they are rather weak as individual members.

The report states that this will have very exciting implications for the future of the MCU and the Multiverse Saga as it directly ties into it, but Perez can’t explore this concept in great detail due to spoilers and the overall secrecy of the project.

‘Eyes of Wakanda’ is still expected to be released sometime in 2024 as a part of Phase Five of the MCU.

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