Marvel Will Introduce New Sokovia Accords To Assemble The Young Avengers According To MCU Theory

  • The Young Avengers have been teased in the MCU, but the team's potential members are still separated.
  • An MCU theory suggests that bringing back the Sokovia Accords, though with it now targeting young superheroes, could bring the Young Avengers together.
  • This could be based on the Underage Superhuman Welfare Act from Marvel Comics, which targeted several young heroes.
According to a wild new MCU theory, Marvel Studios may introduce a new version of the Sokovia Accords, affecting the Young Avengers in their first live-action adventure. Although there is yet to be any official confirmation of the Young Avengers forming in the MCU, there have been several teases towards this exciting new superhero team coming together. Most recently, The Marvels ended with Kamala Khan approaching Kate Bishop with the idea of bringing the team together, so upcoming MCU projects could see even more young heroes recruited.
Throughout the Multiverse Saga, Marvel Studios has debuted several young heroes in the MCU, and each of these introductions has been followed by new theories of the Young Avengers' formation. Currently, the likes of Ms. Marvel, Cassie Lang's Stature, Billy and Tommy Maximoff, Skaar, and many others, are still separated, with no clear means of them being brought together. However, one major MCU theory suggests that the Young Avengers team could form in response to the revival of the Sokovia Accords, though with the document targeting a new group of superheroes.
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Theory: MCU’s Young Avengers Will Be Brought Together By New Sokovia Accords The Sokovia Accords were originally introduced to the MCU in Captain America: Civil War as a response to the events of Avengers: Age of Ultron. The document, ratified by 117 countries, aimed to regulate the activities enhanced individuals, specifically the Avengers. This caused a major divide between the Avengers that contributed to Thanos' success in Avengers: Infinity War. By 2025 in the MCU's timeline, the Sokovia Accords had been repealed, allowing new heroes and vigilantes to debut, but the document could be reinstated for a new purpose.
Following the emergence of several young superheroes in the Multiverse Saga, the Sokovia Accords could be reintroduced to the MCU as the Underage Superhuman Welfare Act. This document was implemented in Marvel Comics' Outlawed #1 in 2020 after the young superhero team, the Champions, battled an Asgardian dragon at Coles Academic High School, culminating in the school being destroyed and Ms. Marvel being injured. With Ms. Marvel in a coma in the wake of the fight, the Underage Superhuman Welfare Act was passed.
This impacted a huge number of young heroes, with many being rounded up and arrested.
Colloquially known as Kamala's Law in honor of the injured Ms. Marvel, the Underage Superhuman Welfare Act prohibited enhanced individuals under the age of 21 from engaging in superhero activities. It was still possible for underage heroes to work with an assigned mentor, but they weren't able to carry out heroic duties unsupervised. This impacted a huge number of young heroes, with many being rounded up and arrested. This would be a great way to bring together the separate members of the MCU's upcoming Young Avengers team.
What MCU Heroes The Underage Superhuman Welfare Act Would Affect Close Bringing back the Sokovia Accords as the Underage Superhuman Welfare Act would affect a number of young heroes in the MCU. The most obvious victim of the document would be Kamala Khan's Ms. Marvel, who is already on the radar of the Department of Damage Control and SWORD. Kamala Khan was 16-years-old in her The Marvels, making her one of the youngest heroes in the MCU, and a clear target for the so-called Kamala's Law. Interestingly, Kamala's only current Young Avengers teammate, Kate Bishop, would be safe from the Underage Superhuman Welfare Act.
Kate Bishop mentions that she is 23-years-old at the end of The Marvels, two years older than the cut-off for the Underage Superhuman Welfare Act in Marvel Comics.
While Kate Bishop might not be a target for the Underage Superhuman Welfare Act, most of the other Young Avengers candidates would be. Peter Parker is 18-years-old at the end of Spider-Man: No Way Home, and no longer has the Avengers as a safety net, so he would be a clear target for the new Sokovia Accords. Similarly, Cassie Lang is also depicted as being 18-years-old in Phase 5's Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, while Riri Williams was 19-years-old during the events of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, meaning they would also be targeted.
First seen in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, America Chavez was introduced as a 14-year-old multiversal traveler, so it would make sense for her to also fall victim to the Underage Superhuman Welfare Act. However, as a being from another reality, it's unclear whether the world's governments would even be aware of Chavez's existence, so she may be lucky. Similarly, Billy and Tommy Maximoff aged-up to 10-years-old in WandaVision, and gained their superhuman abilities, but were erased along with the Westview Hex. There are several other heroes the document would impact, however.
Possible Young Avengers Member
Played By
Kate Bishop's Hawkeye
Hailee Steinfeld
Riri Williams' Ironheart
Dominique Thorne
Peter Parker's Spider-Man
Tom Holland
Cassie Lang's Stature
Kathryn Newton
Wil Deusner
Kamala Khan's Ms. Marvel
Iman Vellani
America Chavez
Xochitl Gomez
Billy Maximoff's Wiccan
Julian Hilliard
Tommy Maximoff's Speed
Jett Klyne
Prince T'Challa
Divine Love Konadu-Sun
The MCU's New Sokovia Accords Sets Up The Perfect Young Avengers Villain While the implementation of the Underage Superhuman Welfare Act would cause enough trouble for the MCU's young heroes, this law also came with the formation of a new group in Marvel Comics who were recruited to enforce the Act. Child-Hero Reconnaissance And Disruption Law Enforcement, a.k.a. CRADLE, comprised adult individuals, some of whom harboring abilities of their own, who were tasked with tracking down illegal underage heroes. If the Sokovia Accords are transformed into the Underage Superhuman Welfare Act in the MCU, CRADLE could present a more physical threat to the Young Avengers.
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Kamala's Law was in effect in Marvel Comics between March 2020's Outlawed #1 and September 2021's Champion (Vol. 4) #9, which featured the disaster at Coles Academic High School being revealed to be the cause of Roxxon, not the Champions. The Act was dissolved, and CRADLE, which had adopted more brutal and aggressive methods to capture young vigilantes, was disbanded. Exploring this storyline would be a brilliant way for the MCU to bring together the Young Avengers team, reflecting the events of Civil War, but bringing something new to the franchise, too.
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