Falcon and Winter Soldier launches Madripoor tourism website

Marvel’s new tourism website for the fictional island of Madripoor, which appeared in The Falcon and Winter Soldier, is littered with Easter eggs.

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is bringing Madripoor to life through the creation of the island’s tourist site.

Marvel launched the website Explore Madripoor to showcase the island’s beauty and transport fans to the lawless nation that Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes visited in episode 3 of Falcon and Winter Soldier. It was advertised as a banner on other Marvel-related sites and now has fans hunting for Easter eggs.

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The site welcomes fans to the island, where “arts, culture and nightlife come together as one.” While virtually exploring Madripoor, patrons are transported to the glamor of Hightown, the edge of Lowtown, and “the endless night skies over Buccaneer Bay.” However, the biggest draw on the site is the Easter eggs that litter its pages. Throughout the site, fans can click to the bottom of each page and discover search posters for Sam, Bucky, Baron Zemo, and Karli Morgenthau. Each of these posters is numbered and includes a code that refers to the character’s first comic appearance.

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There are also hidden clues on site pages that reveal passwords for VIP-only areas of the website. For example, when visiting the Hightown Night Club page, the access code “sharoncarter” will allow users to access a digital auction that includes a poster of The Falcon and Winter Soldier. The “powerbroker” access code on the “Book a Charter” page allows fans to explore containers, just like in the show. From there, the search for container 4261 reveals CCTV footage of the events of Episode 3. This area of ​​the site also provides a description that says “an explosion in Buccaneer Bay last night is under investigation” and more information revealing that the Madripoor authorities have discovered the remains of Dr. Wilfred Nagel. Users can also search for container 1273 to display a Sharon Carter search poster.

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The site originally contained other Easter eggs that referenced X-Men characters – the containers in Buccaneer Bay once included the names of the ships Mystique, Krakoa, and Draken, as well as the upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) character. , Shang-Chi. Some fans were enthusiastic about these references, given Madipoor’s connection to the X-Men; however, the names of the ships have since been removed from the site.

Madripoor was introduced to the MCU through episode 3 of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. It is a fictional island located in the southern part of the Straits of Malacca, southwest of Singapore, and is divided by the rich and glamorous sections of Hightown and the poor and dangerous areas of Lowtown.

Directed by Kari Skogland, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier stars Anthony Mackie, Sebastian Stan, Emily VanCamp, Wyatt Russell, Noah Mills, Carl Lumbly, and Daniel Brühl. New episodes air on Fridays.

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