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Warning: now you know this post is full of spoilers for Avengers: Endgame. Don't read any further if you don't want to read them!
We first meet Natasha "Nat" Romanoff in 2010's Iron Man 2, the sequel to the film that kicked off the MCU. Of course, back then she was masquerading as Natalie Rushman, Tony Stark's new personal assistant, with a head full of red curls and the ability to flip a man twice her size without breaking a sweat. When Nick Fury arrives to reveal that she's actually a S.H.I.E.L.D agent — which explains why such a badass would want to be Tony Stark's personal assistant in the first place — it sets the tone for the beginning of the MCU and our love for Scarlett Johansson's Russian spy.
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Nat is one of the first Avegners introduced in the MCU, and she's also one of the first of them to die in Avengers: Endgame. In the group's effort to reverse Thanos's snap and bring back their friend, they retrace their own steps in previous MCU films to find the Infinity stones before Thanos collects them all in Avengers: Infinity War. The entire group has been attempting to handle their grief in their own ways and Nat's way is to watch over the scattered heroes attempting to keep the universe safe, similar to her former mentor Nick Fury. When the chance to bring back their friends comes via the arrival of Scott Lang, Nat jumps in with both feet, quickly becoming obsessed with the idea of reversing the snap.
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Tony figures out how to perfect time travel using the Quantum Realm, and the available Avengers are able to go back to select points in time where they can collect the...
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