Marvel Fans are Loving The Epic Showdown Between [SPOILERS] and Dora Milaje

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By Nobelle Borines | More Articles Hoarder of Fantasy Books and Stephen King Wannabe
April 09, 2021  11:41 AM

There is little doubt that everyone was hoping to see more of Ayo and the Dora Milaje in The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Episode 4. Luckily, the new episode did not disappoint and it even featured an epic showdown between the Wakandan warriors and an unexpected character.

WATCH OUT! The following contains SPOILERS from The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Episode 4! You have been WARNED!

In The Whole World is Watching, Bucky Barnes asked Ayo to let him and Sam Wilson continue working with Zemo until they are able to find the Super Soldier serum. Amazingly, she agrees, telling him he has a few hours to get the job done before they come for the villain.

Interestingly, the Dora Milaje reappear as soon as Sam, Bucky and Zemo are able to find Karli Morgenthau. However, John Walker and Lemar Hoskins intervene, refusing to hand over Zemo to the Wakandans. This leads to an epic fight where Ayo and the rest of the Dora Milaje beat the crap out of Walker and Hoskins.

Not surprisingly, Marvel fans are loving how these amazing women easily took down the new Captain America and his friend.

Although everyone enjoyed watching the Dora Milaje beating Walker and Hoskins, it also gave Zemo the chance to escape in The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Episode 4. However, there is a possibility that we'll get to see the Wakandans in action again soon.

The official title for The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Episode 4 is The Whole World is Watching. It is now available for streaming on Disney+.

Related: The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Episode 4 Recap: The Whole World is Watching John Walker

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