So, a character getting recognition is bad how? And I don't agree with that either, you'd be surprised how many low key sexists, racists and homophobics exist on CV. Let's say Thor became the supreme and most powerful being in the MCU in A4. Would you mind? Because I didn't see anything besides joy when he wielded a weapon he's never wielded in the comics and put it through Thanos' chest.
The MCU hardly follows the source material like a Bible. And I can point out an entire list of absurd changes, including stuff regarding power levels and more importantly storylines.
I don't really care about Carol, at all. I didn't even know she existed, but she's just another character. Fans don't get to decide who has 'the right' to do anything. Salt is not justified just because Marvel decided to give the character recognition. And it isn't justified to criticise something before you have 80% info about it. It's honestly not justified, in the slightest.
I think some people would mind but your example is erroneous on two fronts.
1. Thor is one of the strongest beings(non abstract/celestial beings) in the Marvel Universe in comics so it's a not a huge leap to make him the most powerful being in the MCU. There's actually comic precedent in Rune King Thor being a literal god.
2. Actually Stormbreaker(in MCU) is based off of Ultimate Thor's Mjolnir which looks exactly like the one we see in the film.
@macleen: I almost feel like that is next in some capacity. I honestly think she'll be able to use and manipulate quantum energy to use the quantum zone to traverse time and space. Since they are setting her up as a high end energy manipulator that's not totally ridiculous.
Also styles make matches which is why he did so well against Strange, Strange doesn't match up well to Maw because he can stop him casting spells.
We don't really know how we would go about defending against energy attacks like how would he stop Thor's lightning or a bunch of missiles from IM. We didn't see enough of him to get a gauge of his power
Lol. When Superman fought the entire Justice league it was literally a bunch of guys pushing against his bare pecs, while he was standing still. Even the scottland fight in infinity war was more large scale and that was the smallest of the battles. Thor ragnarok had Thor and Valkyrie leap around between space ships and rip them to shreds with their barehands, not to mention Hela and Surtur fighting, but whatev right... Guardians of the galaxy had Ego literally controlling a whole planet, doctor strange had fights were an entire city was being reatructured around them in the mirror dimension, but people seriously hype up the cave troll in the burning wasteland at the end of BvS. Did Marvel characters rip quite as many skyscrapers as Superman and Zod? No, but part of that is because heroes kinda don't want to bring down skyscrapers. It certainly is a hard claim to make that the dceu was better with those characters fights when the only movie they have that's worth a damn is the one were a high tier character spends most of the movie fighting regular humans with by modern day standards outdated weapons and looks barely more powerful than Captain America. But yeah how dare they do the same with Captain Marvel(since Captain Marvel actually has to absorb an outside source of energy to be at her peak that's actually kinda easily explainable)