History ComicBook / TheInfinityGauntlet

19th Jun '16 3:12:49 AM Morgenthaler
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* MassResurrection: Approximately half of the universe is killed, but they're resurrected by the end of the series.
5th May '16 10:49:07 AM morenohijazo
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!''Infinity Gauntlet'', ''Infinity War'' and ''Infinity Crusade'' provide examples of:

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!''Infinity !!''Infinity Gauntlet'', ''Infinity War'' and ''Infinity Crusade'' provide examples of:



%%* TheStarscream:
%%** Thanos' doppelganger to the Magus.
%%** Mephisto, to Thanos, in ''Gauntlet''.


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* SpoilerCover: A large plot point of ''Infinity War'' is that the heroes fighting the Magus have no idea what his end goal actually ''is''. Both the heroes and the reader are meant to be surprised by the revelation. But if you glance at the back cover of the trade paperback, you'll find out instantly.


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%%* TheStarscream:
%%** Thanos' doppelganger to the Magus.
%%** Mephisto, to Thanos, in ''Gauntlet''.
7th Apr '16 6:00:05 PM twingle93
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*** Even more egregious is the fifth member of the people found by Strange, Dr. Doom. Doom attempts to steal the Gauntlet and is violently repulsed, but still combat capable. He takes another shot at Thanos a few pages later, proclaiming only death will stop him. Thanos promises him that death, then we cut to Adam and the Surfer, and when we cut back Thanos is battling Cyclops and the Scarlet Witch with no sign of Doom. Doom then appears in the background of one panel several pages later (without lines and with his cloak [[OffModel having somehow grown back from being destroyed]]), and then he vanishes completely until he turns up with Strange, with no idea of what his actual fate was, considering the last man standing is Captain America.

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*** Even more egregious is the fifth member of the people found by Strange, Dr. Doom. Doom attempts to steal the Gauntlet and is violently repulsed, but still combat capable. He takes another shot at Thanos a few pages later, proclaiming only death will stop him. Thanos promises him that death, then we cut to Adam and the Surfer, and when we cut back Thanos is battling Cyclops and the Scarlet Witch with no sign of Doom. Doom then appears in the background of one panel several pages later (without lines and with his cloak [[OffModel having somehow grown back from being destroyed]]), and then he vanishes completely until he turns up with Strange, with no idea of what his actual fate was, considering the last man standing is Captain America. Doom's fate is only revealed in tie-in issue Dr Strange#34 and is explained that Thanos fused Doom's armor together and rendered him comatose, requiring Strange to seek out the monks that helped Doom construct his armor so that they can free him.
6th Mar '16 9:45:19 AM nombretomado
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* BeyondTheImpossible: Thanos' battle with the heroes of Earth is one of the few times CaptainAmerica's shield has been broken, something normally impossible. The ending sets it right again.

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* BeyondTheImpossible: Thanos' battle with the heroes of Earth is one of the few times CaptainAmerica's ComicBook/CaptainAmerica's shield has been broken, something normally impossible. The ending sets it right again.
27th Feb '16 9:23:30 AM nombretomado
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* LiveActionAdaptation: TheStinger to ''Film/ThorTheDarkWorld'' reveals that the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse is headed towards at least a [[AdaptationDistillation very loose adaptation]], while also revealing that we'd already been introduced to two of the stones. Subsequent films have identified four of the six: [[Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger the Tesseract]], which holds the Space stone; [[Film/ThorTheDarkWorld the Aether]], which holds the Reality stone; [[Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy the Orb]], which holds the Power stone; and [[Film/TheAvengers the]] [[Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron Scepter]] and [[spoiler:ComicBook/TheVision]], which take turns holding the Mind stone. [[spoiler:Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron shows the Gauntlet itself for the first time, as well as Thanos getting fed up with so many failed attempts sending others after the stones, vowing to gather them himself.]]

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* LiveActionAdaptation: TheStinger to ''Film/ThorTheDarkWorld'' reveals that the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse is headed towards at least a [[AdaptationDistillation very loose adaptation]], while also revealing that we'd already been introduced to two of the stones. Subsequent films have identified four of the six: [[Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger the Tesseract]], which holds the Space stone; [[Film/ThorTheDarkWorld the Aether]], which holds the Reality stone; [[Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy the Orb]], which holds the Power stone; and [[Film/TheAvengers [[Film/TheAvengers2012 the]] [[Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron Scepter]] and [[spoiler:ComicBook/TheVision]], which take turns holding the Mind stone. [[spoiler:Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron shows the Gauntlet itself for the first time, as well as Thanos getting fed up with so many failed attempts sending others after the stones, vowing to gather them himself.]]
29th Dec '15 4:45:01 AM Anddrix
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* EnemyMine: SelfDemonstrating/DoctorDoom helps the heroes against Thanos.

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* EnemyMine: SelfDemonstrating/DoctorDoom Doctor Doom helps the heroes against Thanos.
18th Oct '15 4:48:30 PM StFan
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In the end, [[ForegoneConclusion the good guys win]] and manage to [[ResetButton fix the damage Thanos did]], but this 1991 miniseries spawned an ongoing series, two more miniseries that make up a trilogy with this, and cemented the reputation of everyone who worked on it. It was also adapted into two video games by Capcom -- an arcade fighting game which serves as a prologue of sorts to the CapcomVsWhatever series, and a more traditional platformer with some fighting elements on the SNES. In 2015, a new ''Infinity Gauntlet'' mini-series will be launched as part of ''SecretWars2015''. Descriptions of the sequels follow:

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In the end, [[ForegoneConclusion the good guys win]] and manage to [[ResetButton fix the damage Thanos did]], but this 1991 miniseries spawned an ongoing series, two more miniseries that make up a trilogy with this, and cemented the reputation of everyone who worked on it. It was also adapted into two video games by Capcom -- an arcade fighting game which serves as a prologue of sorts to the CapcomVsWhatever series, and a more traditional platformer with some fighting elements on the SNES. In 2015, a new ''Infinity Gauntlet'' mini-series will be launched as part of ''SecretWars2015''.''ComicBook/SecretWars2015''. Descriptions of the sequels follow:



During the events of ''Comicbook/SecretWars2015'', a young girl named Anwen Bakian discovers one of the Infinity Gems on Battleworld. She soon ends up embroiled in a conflict involving Thanos and Star-Lord, and becomes a member of the defunct Comicbook/{{Nova}} Corps.

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During the events of ''Comicbook/SecretWars2015'', ''ComicBook/SecretWars2015'', a young girl named Anwen Bakian discovers one of the Infinity Gems on Battleworld. She soon ends up embroiled in a conflict involving Thanos and Star-Lord, and becomes a member of the defunct Comicbook/{{Nova}} Corps.
24th Sep '15 2:07:45 PM KingZeal
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EvenMoreOmnipotent:

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24th Sep '15 2:06:55 PM KingZeal
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EvenMoreOmnipotent:
** The eponymous artifact grants the wielder omnipotence when worn. More omnipotence than even, say, the Anthropomorphic Personification of the universe itself or all of the other Cosmic Beings of the setting combined. This becomes a plot point, because Thanos, the wielder of the gauntlet, is tricked into thinking that the only way to effectively dominate the universe is turn himself into the universe. But the second he does, someone else takes the gauntlet from his now-abandoned body and becomes the new big kahuna.
** An even better example comes at the end of the saga. The sole being not affected by Reality Warping, The Living Tribunal, simply snaps its fingers and resets the entire universe back to normal.
23rd Sep '15 8:44:51 PM nombretomado
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** In the original mini, Adam Warlock's recruiting drive includes {{Galactus}}... and he's at the ''low end'' of the recruits, which grow to include Lord Chaos and Master Order, the embodiments of Love and Hate, a couple Celestials, the Watcher, the Living Tribunal, and Eternity. The latter is the personification of ''the universe itself''.

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** In the original mini, Adam Warlock's recruiting drive includes {{Galactus}}...ComicBook/{{Galactus}}... and he's at the ''low end'' of the recruits, which grow to include Lord Chaos and Master Order, the embodiments of Love and Hate, a couple Celestials, the Watcher, the Living Tribunal, and Eternity. The latter is the personification of ''the universe itself''.
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