“Avengers: Endgame” introduced a new character. Fans met Morgan Stark, but comic book readers know that the movie character is very different from the source material.

[Spoilers ahead! Turn back now if you haven’t seen “Endgame.”]

The movie shows Morgan Stark (Alexandra Rachael Rabe) as a little girl. She’s Tony Stark/Iron Man’s (Robert Downey Jr.) daughter, and she doesn’t seem like much of a threat. That’s quite a difference from the Marvel comics.

The books show Morgan Stark as a villain. Morgan is Tony’s male cousin, according to Marvel Database. Tony’s uncle, Edward Stark, wanted to leave the family business and gave his shares of Stark Industries to Howard Stark. Morgan felt like the family fortune was taken away from him, so he started working with other villains to get what he felt he was owed. He worked with the Maggia and Madam Masque at different times. He once created a team of mercenaries called the Stockpile and managed to get control of all of the Iron Man suits. He even once posed as Tony to get control of the company.

Could this be little Morgan’s future? It seems unlikely that Pepper Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow) would ever sell off Stark Industries. After all, it’s her life’s work too. Plus, Iron Man is dead. It’s not as if Morgan could be his adversary (assuming, of course, that he stays dead).

In “Avengers: Infinity War,” Tony actually tells Pepper about his dream that they had a kid named Morgan, after Tony’s uncle. It seems like the “Avengers: Endgame” version of Morgan Stark is a character created purely for the movies.

Still, it seems like the character could pop up again. After all, the Marvel Cinematic Universe will continue for the foreseeable future. If it’s still going in another 10 to 15 years, there’s no reason that Morgan can’t put on a superhero suit.

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Tony Stark is pictured in "Avengers: Endgame." Marvel Studios