Deadpool (Bob, Agent Of Hydra)
In the Deadpool Comics, Bob is Wade Wilson’s sidekick throughout the series. During a fight with Ajax’s (Francis’s) men in the shipyard, he nearly decapitates Bob but recognizes him through his uniform. He reminisces with his old friend about their last rendezvous at a TGI Fridays in Jacksonville before knocking him unconscious. It’s entirely possible that audiences will be seeing Bob in full sidekick garb when Deadpool 2 hits theaters in 2018.
Avengers: Age Of Ultron (Jocasta)
After J.A.R.V.I.S. had effectively retired as Tony Stark’s A.I. assistant, becoming Vision in the process, Stark had a decision to make. He began sifting through various drives containing some new A.I.s that would serve as the retiree’s replacement, eventually deciding on Friday. However, one of the drives that the Avenger had glanced over was Jocasta, an A.I. based on the thought patterns of Hank Pym’s ex-wife, Janet Van Dyne. Pym was Ultron’s creator, and Jocasta would become the scientific creation’s bride in the comics.
The Incredible Hulk (Frozen Captain America)
In 2008’s The Incredible Hulk, the infuriated hero wandered a frozen wasteland, smashing his giant green fists into a snowy cliff side. The cliff began to fall apart, revealing a bright red, white and blue Easter egg. Hidden within the ice was the body of Captain America, as well as his vibranium shield. The body of Steve Rogers is encased in ice due to crashing a plane into the Arctic Ocean after defeating the Red Skull in WW2.
Iron Man 2 (Howard Stark’s Captain America Comics)
Captain America and Howard Stark were well aware of each other during WW2. A young Howard can be seen in Captain America: The First Avenger, showcasing a hovering car which ends up breaking down in the middle of his demonstration. It’s no surprise that when Tony is rummaging through his father’s belongings, an issue of Captain America can be seen beyond the historical paraphernalia. During Captain America: Civil War, the Sentinel Of Liberty mentions Tony’s father to him in high regard during talks about signing the Sokovia Accords. That didn’t sit well with Iron Man, as he’d heard enough about Cap’s heroics from his father in the past.