Falcão and the Winter Soldier | Fan theory says one of the ‘heroes’ is the merchant of power


If you haven’t seen the fifth episode of Falcon and the Winter Soldier, then don’t read this article to avoid spoilers.

The last episode of Falcão and the Winter Soldier opens this Friday (23) without great mysteries to solve. The fifth chapter skillfully closed several cores, directing the story to an epic, action-packed ending. However, there is one question that has yet to be answered, but one that fans already suspect: Who is the energy merchant? Featured throughout the series, the villain has acted behind the scenes, revealing himself to be one of the biggest bosses of organized crime and the driving force behind the Marvel series’ plot. And what’s cool is that he’s gained all of this prominence without even showing up.

Or has it already appeared and no one has touched?

“The merchant of power is watching you”

Also with few appearances in the series, except for the chapter where the heroes go to Madripoor, former Agent 13 Sharon Carter (Emily VanCamp) was injured by the US government and the Avengers because after betraying the government to help Captain America (Chris Evans) in Captain America: Civil War (2016), she was treated as a deserter and was barred from returning to her home country. As a fugitive, she had to find a way to survive, which led Agente to immerse herself in the world of international art trafficking. In the series, she helps Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie) and Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan) in exchange for a possible pardon from the government obtained under the influence of the heroes.

However, fans believe this is all one big theater, and Sharon Carter is the merchant of power. “Hey, what do you mean? Isn’t she a hero? So, according to the theory, this “help” that she provided would only be a means of knowing the information that the pair of protagonists had on the fate of Karli Morgenthau (Erin Kellyman) and the stateless person – since the merchant of power is terrorist organization. Plus, if she was with the heroes, they wouldn’t suspect her of helping capture herself. And since he has access to CIA satellites, that raises suspicion.

Other than that, they saved a statement from Rian Johnson for Vanity Fair, when the director was promoting his new movie, Between Knives and Secrets. According to him, Apple doesn’t let studios put their cell phones in the hands of bad guys: “Apple… they let you use iPhones in movies but – and this is very important if you’re watching a mystery movie – bad guys can never. appear on the camera using iPhones ”. Well, in the series, Falcão appears carrying an iPhone. Sharon’s cell phone … well, it’s not an iPhone.

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Finally, in the fifth episode, she appears at the end talking to a mysterious character in French about needing her help and the fact that he’s just not in jail because of her. Shortly after, we see Batroc (George St. Pierre), an Algerian villain, come into contact with Karli and the stateless, offering their services. Very suspicious, isn’t it?

While everything is very suspicious, this is just fan theory, which may or may not materialize. The latest episode opens this Friday (23), at Disney +, and promises to reveal not only the true identity of the Power Trader, but also the new Falcon uniform as Captain America.


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