The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Releases Dora Milaje Featurette

Credit: Marvel Studios

Credit: Marvel Studios

The Dora Milaje surprised many when it appeared in the third episode of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier bringing into the party a whole new twist of action and excitement getting the Wakandans involved in the story. Marvel teases us again with their participation as they release a featurette about them and the strength of these women.

In the featurette, we see how the Dora Milaje took part in the story of not only going in pursuit of Baron Zemo but also how they influenced the decision of Walker to take the super-soldier serum realizing how he is vulnerable. In the scene, the Dora Milaje went up against Walker only to realize that he is not that strong enough saying "they're not even super soldiers."

They may not be super soldiers but the Dora Milaje is known for being ruthless in training and strengthening as they are the main guards of the seat Black Panther has. The Dora Milaje has been introduced in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as the chosen group of women to protect the king of Wakanda at all costs.

We've seen them in various MCU films before in Black Panther, Avengers: Infinity War, and Avengers: Endgame where they exhibited their strength and fighting style especially with their "pointy sticks" as Walker calls them. These women are unstoppable!

Their inclusion on The Falcon and The Winter Soldier opens more doors in the future and how they would be playing a part in what comes next for Phase Four of the MCU. It is also theorized by many fans that Dora Milaje's involvement in the series would lead to Bucky embracing his new moniker of the White Wolf and leaving behind being the Winter Soldier to his past.

The Dora Milaje returns in The Falcon and The Winter Soldier with new episodes released every Friday on Disney.

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