Black Panther: Wakanda Forever has a big Avengers problem

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is already a massive success at the box office, delivering a supercharged MCU event. From goosebumps to tears to exhilaration, you’ll experience everything in the span of almost three hours. But you’ll also realize that the plot is hardly perfect, and Wakanda Forever has a few glaring Avengers plot holes.

We’ve already discussed the biggest one, thanks to a detailed plot leak that dropped a few weeks before the premiere. But it turns out there’s an even more disturbing plot line that Marvel could have addressed with just a few lines of dialogue.

We’ll explain everything, but expect big spoilers to follow.

The big Wakanda Forever Avengers plot hole

Most MCU Phase 4 adventures share the same plot hole: The Avengers fail to intervene even though they absolutely should. They don’t show up in Wakanda Forever, either. Especially at a time when Wakanda doesn’t have a Black Panther.

The Avengers have been working as a group again since Infinity War. And we know from Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings that they’re actively monitoring all big threats. And Wakanda, through Okoye (Danai Gurira), has been very much involved in the Avengers’ work between Infinity War and Endgame.

Not only that but the Sokovia Accords have been repelled. The Avengers can intervene whenever they desire without having to fear any repercussions.

The Dora Milaje fighting the Talokan at sea in Wakanda Forever trailer.
The Dora Milaje fighting the Talokan at sea in Wakanda Forever trailer. Image source: Marvel Studios

Movies like Spider-Man: No

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The Big Tech boom is over and Wall Street knows it

Not gonna talk about Elon Musk and Twitter in this a person.

Ok, just a very little: Elon and Twitter are entrance-page news today, but it is not the most significant story in the tech business enterprise.*

The story that genuinely matters for tech and company is this a person: The huge buyer companies that have run the tech small business for decades are not going absent but their rocket-ship times look like they’re coming to a close. And Wall Avenue investors who’ve needed that experience are acquiring off, which means those organizations and their employees have to have to find out to dwell with a lot less.

We’ve been seeing this play out for most of the yr as tech shares dropped, but it arrived into target this 7 days when Alphabet, Meta, and Amazon all saw their shares get hammered and the sector collectively dropped $400 billion in worth.

All of the tech guys have unique factors to stress buyers, but I’d argue that all of them have the very same underlying challenge: They’re mature businesses that are no for a longer period heading to impress Wall Road with outrageous advancement from their main firms, and none of them glance like they have any new big firms coming down the pike. Alphabet, for occasion, just posted earnings expansion of 6 p.c — its weakest quarter in a decade.

So in

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BIG W’s Toy Sale 2021 is coming and here are the best deals

Kids playing Disney themed tablet

When is Big W’s Toy Mania 2021 happening?

This year’s sale will kick off in store on Thursday June 17. But if you want to be the first to snag a bargain, it’s best to jump online. The online sale will have a two-day head start, beginning at 7am on Tuesday June 15.

You can plan ahead for the sale by checking out the Toy Mania catalogue which will be available in stores and online from June 7.

BIG W’s online lay-by is back

For organized shoppers hoping to get a head-start on their Christmas shopping, Christine says to check out the online lay-by feature. “By popular demand, online lay-by is returning for families wishing to buy now for Christmas,” she says.

One of the best ways to save money at Christmas is to plan ahead and shop the sales. Planning ahead and putting a range of toys on lay-by is also a great way to avoid racking up credit card debt during the holiday season.

Top picks from the sale

1. Pebble Gear Disney Tablets

For gadget-loving kids, this Disney themed tablet from Pebble is sure to be a hit. The 7-inch tablets are equipped with Android software and feature built-in parental controls. Each tablet features an exclusive selection of games, apps and e-books. It also has a storage capacity of 16GB and an anti blue light option to prevent eye strain.

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