Avengers: Endgame has broken box office records and put more superheroes on a screen than we thought possible. But the Marvel movie also marks the end of a seven-year series that has taken comic book franchises to a new level – and been a cultural touchstone for young people coming of age in the 2010s.
Over four films we’ve followed the action-packed lives of Thor, Iron Man, Captain America, Black Widow, Ant Man, the Hulk and others. Now we want to hear from you about what it has meant to grow up with this series. How did you feel as the credits rolled on Avengers: Endgame? Do you remember when you first watched the series and how has your perspective on it changed as you’ve got older? Let us know your experiences and what it is that makes the Avengers so special for your generation.
Share your experiences
Tell us what the films mean to you and we’ll feature a few of our favourite contributions in an upcoming piece. If you’re under 16 you’ll need to get your parents’ permission before you send a response to us: we will get in touch to confirm this with you.