The trailer for ‘Avengers: Endgame‘ has sent Marvel fans into a downward emotional spiral as it shows their heroes suffering from the events of ‘Infinity War‘. Captain America fans are mourning the death of his Nomad beard. And Iron Man fans are pleading to the MCU to give Tony Stark a break.
Now, while there’s no solace for fans of Steve Rogers, there are a number of options for rescuing Tony Stark. One is obviously Captain Marvel picking him up from outer space. Option number two is Pepper Potts receiving his message and coming to retrieve him. And now there’s an option number 3!
While Marvel fans were expecting Captain Marvel or Pepper Potts to respond to Tony Stark’s message, an unlikely saviour has emerged in the form of NASA.
Hey @Marvel, we heard about Tony Stark. As we know, the first thing you should do is listen in mission control for “@Avengers, we have a problem.” But if he can’t communicate, then we recommend ground teams use all resources to scan the skies for your missing man pic.twitter.com/zavXrsPljq
— NASA (@NASA) December 9, 2018
So, while some of us (including me) cry over the probability that Tony Stark will die in space without food and water, NASA has come up with solutions to bring him back. And if the Avengers have any intention of rescuing him, they should listen to them because they’re people with actual experience in searching for lost properties in space.
Marvel fans were over-the-moon as real meet reel for the sake of Tony Stark’s survival and thanked them whole-heartedly.
Finally found the hammer. pic.twitter.com/b18zTRV9Ep
— Darshan Baid (@frunkad) December 9, 2018
PLEASE FIND HIM WE’RE DESPERATE
— ale | tony won’t die and you can’t change my mind (@HisDuckling) December 9, 2018
when you’re doing your job right 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
— andrés (@thegrandpianist) December 9, 2018
Houston, we have a problem! pic.twitter.com/p6SXouRuqR
— rdj 💕 (@downeydiaries) December 9, 2018
NASA where were you when Titan was starving?
— Dr Grandayy (@grandayy) December 9, 2018
ALL RESOURCES pic.twitter.com/I4Rw4688Zi
— José (@jose_emmanuelM) December 9, 2018
Please Save Tony Stark
— _ (@MisterrPenguin) December 9, 2018
Holy Shit https://t.co/nFNLHIbnkc
— Joseph Solano: Into The Spider-Verse (@DoctorRagnarok) December 10, 2018
They are Skrulls!
They keep turning off live feeds when things get good 🤔👀 https://t.co/mE0YwmgdqZ
— BossLogic (@Bosslogic) December 9, 2018
it is SO insane the impact that Marvel's had on popular culture https://t.co/1DXhMZuY5l
— Ari. 🕎 (@NewRELK) December 9, 2018
— JEEVAN KUMAR (@satyajeevan67) December 10, 2018
Bruh 😂😂😂 https://t.co/GozyEg45rh
— Goth Spider-Man is in the Endgame now 🕸 (@tinyspiderlegs) December 10, 2018
everyone say thank you nasa https://t.co/KuG9L46PnR
— jerson with a g (@malto_cgkk) December 10, 2018
TONY STANS HERE WE GO https://t.co/0Lwjw3DXoc
— nida | E N D G A M E (@nidavormir) December 9, 2018
I bet they have the best people on it. fingers crossed. https://t.co/c0zHPq8KnQ
— Valentyna Kelley (@luchanka) December 10, 2018
Now, going by this interaction, please don’t be under the impression that Marvel fans are naive enough to think that Robert Downey Jr. is lost in space and they believe that NASA’s going to help him. Because we all know that NASA’s inter-galactic technology isn’t equipped to reach whatever galaxy Titan is in. But the gesture is laudable.