Avengers: Infinity War brought a lot of death, but the characters that disappeared during the snap won't be gone forever. Avengers 4, however, will probably show us some real goodbyes, as it marks the transition from the old Marvel heroes to the new.


​According to Marvel ​president Kevin Feige, it will be incredibly important to change and evolve the characters and upcoming films.

"That is the most important thing," he ​said, "and that's what you've seen happen over the past 20 films, different genres, different heroes, heroes maybe you've heard of if you'd read comics, heroes you might not have ever heard of even if you did read comics, and now moving forward, hopefully the next 10 years, and eventually, we'll reveal what we're working on for the next handful of years, and it'll be similar."

Feige says the new Marvel films will usher in "brand new heroes, new types of heroes, continuing what we see in Ant-Man and the Wasp, and Black Panther, and Captain Marvel. Who a hero can be, and should be, and seeing all different types of heroes."

Marvel has definitely showed commitment to showcasing different types of heroes, with their first black superhero standalone movie Black Panther, and upcoming female-led film Captain America. 

"We want people from any background to be able to look at that screen and see themselves reflected, and just as importantly to have different types of people be inspired by people who don't look like them, or people who have different backgrounds than them, and let them inspire them going forward," Feige says. "To me, that's the most important thing that we can do, and we've started it, and we're going to continue it."

Even though we don't want to say goodbye to some of our characters, we can't wait for more different kinds of heroes as time progresses.