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The character Brolin is embodying is almost too much for one person to take on. Start with these five titles first. Spoiler alert: Pretty far, even by supervillain standards. Ready to watch your favorite superheroes get slaughtered while someone who wants to end half of all life has godlike abilities? This is where you go … especially because the complete series also demonstrates just why, as Kanye West once so poignantly put it, no one man should have all that power.
First thing he does is set everything back to normal. Then he sends everyone back home except Warlock and Thanos, who he keeps as advisors He eliminates disease, hunger, soothes hatred a Kree and a Skrull are shown greeting each other happily , and even makes Death into a more alluring figure instead of something to be feared. Then he goes to Hell to see if Mephisto would be cool being remade into something a bit more pleasant, but Mephisto instead starts a fight.
Surfer vaporizes him and goes back to his home to think about stuff. Arguments and fighting happen, but seeing Shalla-Bal so hurt brings Surfer back to sanity. As everything returns to normal, Thanos stands alone, holding up the scrapped remains of the Gauntlet.
Oh, yes So very close. In it, you control a hero or villain as you gather the Infinity Gems from your opponents, working your way to fighting Dr. Doom and then Thanos. Upon meeting him, Thanos will steal your Gems and complete the Infinity Gauntlet before the final battle.
Here are the various endings based on the different characters defeating Thanos: Anita: Simply uses the Gems to free the heroes from their statue forms.
Nothing else. Blackheart: Is asked to hand it over from his father Mephisto, but Blackheart turns on him and chooses to rule reality. Captain America: Reverts the heroes to normal. Then pals around with Thor and throws the Infinity Gems into a black hole so nobody can use them.
Hulk: Reverts the heroes to normal. Thanos wants to die, but Hulk leaves him begging. Hulk goes on a second honeymoon to Vegas with Betty, but he chooses to get there by leaping with Betty holding on for dear life. Iron Man: Reverts the heroes to normal.
Considers using the Gauntlet, but then refuses. He selfishly used the power after all. Cap tells him not to worry about it. Juggernaut: Is ready to grab the Infinity Gauntlet and get his vengeance on Xavier. Suddenly, Adam Warlock pops in to take it away, thanking Juggernaut for saving reality and then sending him back to Earth.
I hate Adam Warlock. Magneto: Creates a second moon around Earth and makes it a permanent home for mutants, finally separating himself from the humans. He is the eternal ruler of New Avalon. Psylocke: Reverts the heroes to normal. She returns to the mansion, thinking about how she has experienced being molded to the will of others before and would never, ever do that to another person.
Shuma-Gorath: Absorbs the power of the Infinity Gems and grows in size, allowing it to feast upon reality itself. Spider-Man: Reverts the heroes to normal. This is a lot less uplifting when you remember that this game was released during Clone Saga.
Thanos: Has two separate endings. Either he chooses to become one with the cosmos as the true ruler of the universe, or he gives up the power and lives on as a farmer.
Wolverine: Reverts the heroes to normal. He realizes that he could use the power to find out about his past, but refuses. Instead, he leaves the X-Men to find the answers himself. Thanos would return in Marvel vs. Capcom 2, still with the Infinity Gauntlet, but the game lacks anything resembling a coherent storyline. Then in Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, the Gauntlet is treated as a red herring as Thanos is more interested in fashioning Ryu's dark energies into a Satsui No Hado Gauntlet so he can kill or at least hurt Death.
Go figure. Here, you get to fight evil doppelganger clones of various heroes, like Hawkeye, Vision, Sasquatch, Iron Man, etc. At first you search for the various Infinity Gems, trying to stop the likes of Magus and Dr. Doom from getting their hands on them, but Thanos gets the last one. After going through Nebula, you face Thanos and Here, he has one against your five. I guess Thanos has the Reality Gem because literally all he does is cause fire to burst from the ground and summon a closing stone wall.
Afterwards, Adam Warlock takes all the Gems for himself and sends everyone home.
Feeling the need to give this epilogue some filler, they ask if Earth will ever truly be safe. When all your enemies move like snails, Earth isn't in that much danger, I suppose.
It almost works in the sense that he removes the glove, but he fumbles and drops it. Although Thanos is no threat to him, he does basically pee himself once all the cosmic beings show up. To prove his point, he brings Surfer to Zenn-La, his lost home planet. Surfer fights him and loses, but convinces him to do the right thing by pointing out that he can just rebuild Poppup and return all its people.
Galactus agrees to help, but due to plot device BS, Poppup can only be created at the expense of the fake Zenn-La. Surfer ultimately goes along with it because while he can never accept his fake world as real, Impossible Man is too oblivious and simple-minded to really question his. Poppup is reborn, the Poppupian race is reborn, and Impossible Man gives up his power to the Elders of the Universe. Everything seems fine, but then Surfer realizes that the Poppupians are all purple and green versions of heroes and villains, fighting it out like a bunch of goofs.
He looks on in horror while a purple and green Forbush Man waves at the reader from behind his back. Unfortunately, Wieringo passed away during the making of it, so they had various artists finish the book in his place as a tribute.
During all of this, Wolverine notices how Mephisto is able to steer Thanos around with his words. He chooses not to fight Thanos and instead badmouths his partners while talking Thanos into thinking that Mephisto is trying to horn in on Death.
Thanos buys this lie and vaporizes Mephisto. Thanos continues to effortlessly defeat all challengers, even when Iron Man creates a suit of armor out of a fallen Celestial. Hulk punches Thanos out, Spider-Man uses the Gauntlet to put everything back the way it was, the Gauntlet is given to the Watchers to guard, and Bruce Banner becomes an honorary Watcher.
Free from being one with the Hulk, he lives in the Watchers' citadel for the rest of his life, practically bathing in the vast knowledge available to him.
They were only two issues, but they were a lot of fun. Thanos only gets one mention, but the story is more of an alternate history companion piece that makes a couple parallel references to the original story. In Secret Wars, Dr. Doom was able to siphon off the powers of Galactus and the Beyonder, making him nigh-omnipotent.
In this reality, he keeps the power and fully defeats the heroes. He leaves the world a utopia and flies into space. The remaining heroes gather themselves and form a plan back on Earth, with Rocket and Nebula joining in, and even the epic final battle is on Earth as well.
Not only is the Infinity Gauntlet story almost entirely a cosmic story, but some very substantial cosmic beings get involved. While it would be cool to see such epic characters in the MCU, this movie is pretty backed as it is.
This theory comes from the Soul World's inclusion in the comics as Thanos traps several heroes in this place to prevent them from meddling in his affairs. While it is possible Natasha is trapped there in some form, the movie does not confirm address it at all. The general consensus was that time travel would be used in some way, with theories that the Time Stone or Captain Marvel would be the key.
In the end, the heroes used the Quantum Realm to go back and retrieve the stones from the past. As key as time travel is in the film, it does not enter into the comic book story at all. Once The Snap is done, the heroes go right at Thanos, much like the beginning of Endgame. However, in the comics, Thanos is not the self-imposed martyr he is in the movies, and not willing to destroy the Stones.
However, the most significant absence is Adam Warlock. Warlock has been rumored to be joining the MCU for years and with the tease at the end of Guardians if the Galaxy Vol.
It is an amazing sequence that will go down as one of the greatest moments in comic book movie history. We do get the heroes mounting an attack on Thanos but on a much smaller scale. The heroes who were not killed by The Snap are quickly overpowered by Thanos and killed.
After Nebula takes the Gauntlet from him, Thanos understands what is at stake and agrees to team up with the remaining heroes to help undo what he has previously done.