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Infinity Gauntlet #1 (of 6) by Jim StarlinSilver surfer crashes into Dr. Strange’s house to warn him about Thanos. Meanwhile, Thanos is a bit upset because Mistress Death is still giving him the cold shoulder. Then he realizes it must be because he has yet to fulfill the task asked of him, so, with the snap of his fingers, he erases half of the universe’s population. It’s not a bad start to the Infinity Gauntlet series, but what’s with the side story about the three criminals who drive over the cliff? Also, I like Thanos believing in the righteousness of his deed (in the film), as opposed to just saying he’s crazy with power, and/or he has gone mad because Death has scorned him. It’s so much scarier when people do horrible things because they genuinely think they’re noble.
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In the end, Thanos is successful: He gets all six Infinity Stones, puts them in the Infinity Gauntlet, snaps his fingers, and causes half the life in the universe to basically turn to dust. Of course, this is a comic book movie, and superhero stories are not usually such mega-downers. We can look to the comics for some potential hints, of how this will play out. He pretty much murders all of them, including Tony Stark and Captain America. After achieving his goals and wiping out his enemies, Thanos achieves a cosmic, higher plane of existence, becoming a sort of ethereal, astral version of himself with all his power. And she uses the Gauntlet to turn back time 24 hours, to before Thanos killed half of everyone. Before deciding to kill half of everyone in the universe, Thanos tortured Nebula, leaving her in a burned-up state between life and death.
The creative partnership of Jim Starlin and Ron Lim expertly told a Marvel Universe story nearly unlimited in scope, and defined Thanos and the Marvel cosmos for decades in the process. Marvel Cosmic. Infinity Comic Book Herald is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn a qualifying affiliate commission. Any size contribution will help keep CBH alive and full of new comics guides and content. Thank you for reading!
Since its initial publication, the series has been reprinted in various formats and editions. The roots of the series date to concepts developed in comics Starlin wrote and drew for Marvel in the s, primarily Thanos and the Infinity Gems. Starlin returned to Marvel in as the writer for Silver Surfer volume 3 beginning with issue 34, assisted by Lim on pencils. Their storyline developed through the next sixteen issues and the two-issue spin-off limited series The Thanos Quest before concluding in The Infinity Gauntlet. At the start of The Infinity Gauntlet , the alien nihilist Thanos has collected the six Infinity Gems and attached them to his gauntlet. When Thanos uses his powers to kill half of the living beings in the universe, Adam Warlock leads Earth's remaining heroes against him.
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To keep your excitement going, there are plenty of comics you can read to give you background information about the characters and their conflicts with Thanos. In it, Thanos wants to impress Death by destroying half of all life on the universe. He assembles the Infinity Gauntlet and snaps his fingers, just like in the film and the remaining Avengers have to work together to bring him down. It's interesting to see how Earth's Mightiest Heroes defeated the Mad Titan then, and the comparisons with the movie will be fun to see. The struggles involving the Infinity Gauntlet weren't over after the defeat of Thanos. Adam Warlock, an entity who fought with the team last time, had now returned and had a new dark persona that the Avengers had to take down.