After Avengers: Infinity Wars hit theaters, Marvel fans were in a vague of future of their beloved superheroes. Since then, it was a joke among the fans that Disney+ series might explore some more little details of logic behind the snap.
But now it looks like that it doesn’t need any Tv series, the newly released Spider-Man: Far From Home has all the answers to it.
The Snap and The Blip..–Spoilers Ahead!!
As we know in Infinity Saga, A new world after the surviving heroes from Avengers: Infinity Wars reassembles to fight against Thanos and reverse the devastating effects of Mad Titan’s master plan.
Now, Spider-Man: Far From Home get into exactly how this world works after the Thanos snap and the Hulk snap-back. But Spidey explains it all.
When Thanos used his the Infinity Gauntlet to wipe out half of the universe, MCU fans call the event “The Snap.” “The Snap.”
Now, its time for kids who have been calling it “The Blip” after the return of everyone in Endgame.
In the Endgame, we saw Hulk helping his fellow superheroes getting back to life by borrowing all infinity stones again from different time streams.
Later, used an Iron made Infinity Gauntlet snap and get everyone back.
Like earlier, this time also snaps affected everyone. As we know, those like Black Widow, Loki, and Vision who were killed pre-Snap did not get a Snapback.
In the Spider-Man: Far From Home, we returned to high school with the newscast team putting together a poorly edited slideshow memorializing Iron Man, Captain America, and Black Widow for their sacrifice in the battle against Thanos.
Many of their classmates at Midtown High in Queens turned to dust during the marching band’s performance in the gym. So the Blip took all the disappeared ones to their same spots, proving this to be a little chaotic.
Why Everyone still in High School?
After the big five year gap, a team is seen playing basketball in the same gym where students disappeared miraculously.
It looks like if the dust returns and reforms each individual person.
The change makes some disturbance as eventually basketball players arrive in between the band members and they collide. One of the kid got hit in the face with a ball and started crying.
For the reason why those children were still in high school, Betty tells that though the students were snapped halfway during the school years, it was needed to teach them since they had skipped the learning part.
So, they had to start over again. Also, Jason says that her younger brother is now elder as she also got framed in the Blip.
After the school scene, May Parker is seen hosting an event for a local homeless shelter for people who faced the Blip.
She also started recounting her own humorous story and revealed that she was too snapped.
There’s a lot more to unpack from Spider-Man: Far From Home — including the post-credits scenes.