For one thing, Nick Fury’s failure and Gravik’s resentment hinge on the audience believing that Carol Danvers really did spend 30 years looking for a suitable home for the Skrulls and couldn’t find a single planet in the entire universe they could go to that It wasn’t Earth. Actually? The entire universe, and there isn’t a single place big enough to house the Skrulls? What about the planet Thanos went to after the incident at the end of “Infinity War”? That seemed pretty empty!
Granted, as a recent EW article indicates, Carol is apparently a bit of a workaholic (as we’ll see in “The Marvels”), but the idea that she would never find a solution, or that she would find a solution but not Tell Fury, points to a The late-stage MCU’s big problem: that the universe has gotten too big and complicated to be cohesive. This is the same problem that plagues world-changing events like the Celestial sticking out of the ocean from “Eternals” that no one mentions, or the fact that the only MCU title that even referenced Wakanda revealing itself as a superpower was ” She-Hulk”. “
No matter what “Secret Invasion” did, it was never going to live up to the comic because the current MCU can’t accommodate the stakes that truly change the game. Although, in theory, every MCU title is based on the following, in practice, these entries are less connected and impacted by each other than “Agents of SHIELD” by the movies.