A year after half of the planet’s population was wiped out, Tony Stark and Pepper Potts welcomed Morgan H. Stark into the world.
Tony Stark and Pepper Potts welcomed their first child, a girl they named Morgan after Tony’s eccentric uncle, shortly after the Snap. A happy childhood was had by all three of them at the Stark Eco-Complex.
A few years later, Stark was playing in a play tent outside her house when she was summoned by her father for lunch. It was only when Tony called her full name with the mention of lunch that she came out of the tent, wearing an Iron Man helmet, and told him to “define lunch or be disintegrated” that she finally answered him.
Tony took the helmet off and asked her if she was hungry for lunch before telling her not to wear it because it was a gift for her mother’s anniversary. When her father inquired about where she got the helmet, she replied that she found it in the garage.
Tony had just begun to carry her inside when Steve Rogers, Natasha Romanoff, and Scott Lang appeared out of nowhere. Potts realized that Tony wasn’t interested in helping them, so she sent Stark to “save” him. On the way back to her father’s side, Stark revealed that her mother had asked her to come to save him. Afterward, the family went back to eating their lunch.
After Tony had solved time travel that night, Stark was sitting on a staircase watching him when he let out a swear, which she did as well. Swearing is not allowed in the house, so Tony told Stark to get some shut-eye. When she inquired as to his whereabouts, he replied that he was up for some reason. She asked her father if she could have juice pops because she had something on her mind, and he agreed.
Tony instructed her to retire to her room and sleep after they had finished their juice pops. In response to her request, he told her a short story about getting ready for bed. Before he kissed her goodnight, she told him that was a terrible story. This surprised Tony to no end, as she responded by saying she loved him three thousand times over.
She was there to attend her father’s memorial service.
“But then again, that’s the hero gig, right?. Part of the journey is the end. What am I even tripping for? Everything’s gonna work out exactly the way it’s supposed to. I love you 3000.”
―Tony Stark to Morgan Stark
Stark watched a holo-recording her father had made in the event of his death, telling her that he loved her, days later at her father’s funeral. Stark sobbed in her mother’s arms as they walked outside to see the funeral procession for her father.
As soon as the service was over, Stark and Hogan sat down and she requested a cheeseburger because she was hungry. To soothe Morgan, Hogan reminisced about how much her father enjoyed cheeseburgers. As long as she wanted cheeseburgers, Hogan promised to get her as many as she requested.
Morgan Stark is a kind and loving child who is quick to give a hug and soft-spoken in her voice. When her father called for her for lunch, she took her mother’s helmet and played with him. A mischievous child, she demanded a popsicle for silence after reciting her father’s joyous expletive when Time Travel was solved.
With her parents, Stark shares a bedroom on the second floor of the Stark Eco-Compound. For the funeral of her father, who died saving the universe from an alternate Thanos, she and her mother gathered here.
- Howard Stark † – Paternal Grandfather
- Maria Stark † – Paternal Grandmother
- Maternal Grandmother
- Morgan – Maternal Great-Uncle and Namesake
- Tony Stark/Iron Man † – Father
- Pepper Potts – Mother
- Gerald – Pet
- Happy Hogan – Friend
Originally, Morgan Stark was the name of Tony Stark’s cousin who resented him because of his wealth.
Following Jeri Hogarth, the Ancient One, Fenris, Ghost, and Mar-Vell, Morgan Stark is the sixth member of the Marvel Cinematic Universe to be depicted as having a different gender than their comic book counterpart.
In a deleted scene from Avengers: Endgame, Katherine Langford played an older Morgan Stark who Tony Stark met in the Soul World. When the scene was shown in a test screening, it confused and didn’t resonate with the audience, leading to its removal from the final version of the film
Sony Pictures wanted to use Lexi Rabe’s image in Spider-Man: No Way Home after she reprised her role as Morgan Stark, but the scene was cut from the final cut. However, a photograph of Morgan can be found in Happy Hogan’s Condominium. For more such content do follow us only on talkxbox.com.