All MCU postcredits scenes ranked, from Captain Marvel to Iron Man

CNET | 4/24/2019 | Sean Keane
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The Marvel Cinematic Universe and postcredit scenes are as inextricably linked as Thor and Loki -- it's become a tradition to sit through the entire credits waiting for a just few more seconds of superhero goodness. Bummed that Avengers: Endgame doesn't have a postcredits scene? Relive them from past Marvel movies below.

Like the movies they're attached to, the MCU stingers vary wildly in quality. Some add to the overall MCU tapestry, others leave you wishing you could get back the time you wasted. And there are a few that make fun of us for hanging around through the credits.

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If you just want to watch all of them in order by movie air date, Marvel has helpfully threaded them on Twitter (and we've included footage of the top 5 for you to watch below).

We've ranked the postcredits scenes based on how shocking, important or delightful they are, but keep in mind this isn't ranking the movies themselves -- we've done that elsewhere. Prepare yourself for a stroll down postcredits memory lane and be warned: massive MCU spoilers follow!

Midcredits - Ant-Man - Hank - Pym - Michael

Midcredits: Former Ant-Man Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) shows his daughter Hope Van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly) a prototype Wasp suit, hinting that Hope will carry on the legacy of her lost mom, Janet.

Postcredits: We jump to Sam Wilson/Falcon (Anthony Mackie) and Captain America/Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) with a captive Bucky Barnes/Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan). On the face of it, this is completely out of left field -- it's a scene from the middle of Captain America: Civil War referencing Falcon's encounter with Ant-Man.

Verdict - Poor - Scene - Wasp - Costume

Verdict: Poor. The scene with the Wasp costume is an obvious callback to the comic books and a setup for the movie's sequel, which is fine.

The Falcon/Cap/Bucky scene, on the other hand, makes no sense in isolation and puts the movie's stinger at...
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