History ComicBook / TheInfinityGauntlet

26th Jul '17 12:10:04 AM KingClark
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The ''Infinity Gauntlet'' storyline will serve as the underlying basis for Marvel's 2018[=/=]2019 LiveActionAdaptation duology, ''Film/AvengersInfinityWar''.

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The ''Infinity Gauntlet'' storyline -- along with others similar to it -- will serve as the underlying basis for Marvel's 2018[=/=]2019 LiveActionAdaptation duology, ''Film/AvengersInfinityWar''.
2018 movie ''Film/AvengersInfinityWar'' and its 2019 sequel.
30th May '17 9:32:26 PM rwe1138
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* LiveActionAdaptation: {{The Stinger}}s to ''[[Film/TheAvengers2012 The Avengers]]'' and ''Film/ThorTheDarkWorld'' reveals that the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse is headed towards at least a [[AdaptationDistillation very loose]] [[PragmaticAdaptation 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; [[Film/TheAvengers2012 the]] [[Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron Scepter]] and [[spoiler:ComicBook/TheVision]], which take turns holding the Mind stone, and [[spoiler:Film/DoctorStrange the Eye of Agomoto]] which holds the Time 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: {{The Stinger}}s to ''[[Film/TheAvengers2012 The Avengers]]'' and ''Film/ThorTheDarkWorld'' reveals that the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse is headed towards at least a [[AdaptationDistillation very loose]] [[PragmaticAdaptation adaptation]], while also revealing that we'd already been introduced to two of the stones. Subsequent films have identified four five 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; [[Film/TheAvengers2012 the]] [[Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron Scepter]] and [[spoiler:ComicBook/TheVision]], which take turns holding the Mind stone, and [[spoiler:Film/DoctorStrange the Eye of Agomoto]] which holds the Time 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.]]
30th May '17 9:28:23 PM rwe1138
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* CrisisCrossover: While ''The Infinity Gauntlet'' had no crossovers at all, ''The Infinity War'' and ''The Infinity Crusade'' did.

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* CrisisCrossover: While ''The Infinity Gauntlet'' had no crossovers at all, few crossovers, ''The Infinity War'' and ''The Infinity Crusade'' did.have many more.
30th May '17 9:26:43 PM rwe1138
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* BatmanGambit: The mother of all Gambits happens in the first series, where Adam Warlock manipulates most of earths most powerful heroes, a whole host of universal entities, and sacrifices nearly all of them just to get Thanos to raise his hand at a specific moment. [[spoiler: It doesn't work, forcing Warlock to employ a ''second'' gambit against the Gauntlet's new owner, Nebula.]]

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* BatmanGambit: The mother of all Gambits happens in the first series, where Adam Warlock manipulates most of earths Earth's most powerful heroes, a whole host of universal entities, and sacrifices nearly all of them just to get Thanos to raise his hand at a specific moment. [[spoiler: It doesn't work, forcing Warlock to employ a ''second'' gambit against the Gauntlet's new owner, Nebula.]]
30th May '17 9:26:06 PM rwe1138
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* BatmanCanBreatheInSpace: Dr. Strange uses a spell to allow the remaining heroes to breathe in space for sixty minutes. Unfortunately, it didn't work for mystical transformations as Eric Masterson nearly suffocates when his transformation into Thor cancels out and he barely makes it back to his hammer to restore it.

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* BatmanCanBreatheInSpace: Dr. Strange uses a spell to allow the remaining heroes to breathe in space for sixty minutes. Unfortunately, it didn't work for mystical transformations as Eric Masterson nearly suffocates when his transformation into Thor cancels out the spell and he barely makes it back to his hammer in time to restore it.
30th May '17 9:25:10 PM rwe1138
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* BadassFingerSnap: Thanos, at the very peak of his godlike powers, kills off half the Universe's population in ''Gauntlet'' by snapping his finger. In some of the supplement comics, snapping his fingers is the most common way that he uses the Infinity Gauntlet also.

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* BadassFingerSnap: Thanos, at the very peak of his godlike powers, kills off half the Universe's population in ''Gauntlet'' by snapping his finger.fingers. In some of the supplement comics, snapping his fingers is the most common way that he uses the Infinity Gauntlet also.
30th May '17 9:20:58 PM rwe1138
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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'', a young girl named Anwen Bakian discovers one of the Infinity Gems on Battleworld. She soon
soon ends up embroiled in a conflict involving Thanos and Star-Lord, and becomes a member of the defunct Comicbook/{{Nova}} Corps.
30th May '17 9:18:39 PM rwe1138
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''The Infinity Gauntlet'' is a six-issue limited series published by Creator/MarvelComics in 1991; it was written by Jim Starlin, and pencilled by George Pérez (#1-4) and Ron Lim (#4-6). Its success, both critical and financial, cemented the reputations of everyone who worked on it.

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''The Infinity Gauntlet'' is a six-issue limited series published by Creator/MarvelComics in 1991; it was written by Jim Starlin, Starlin and pencilled by George Pérez (#1-4) and Ron Lim (#4-6). Its success, both critical and financial, cemented the reputations of everyone who worked on it.
30th May '17 9:18:22 PM rwe1138
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''The Infinity Gauntlet'' is a six-issue limited series published by Creator/MarvelComics in 1991; it was written by Jim Starlin, pencilled by George Pérez, and inked by Ron Lim. Its success, both critical and financial, cemented the reputations of everyone who worked on it.

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''The Infinity Gauntlet'' is a six-issue limited series published by Creator/MarvelComics in 1991; it was written by Jim Starlin, and pencilled by George Pérez, Pérez (#1-4) and inked by Ron Lim.Lim (#4-6). Its success, both critical and financial, cemented the reputations of everyone who worked on it.
8th May '17 9:07:30 AM BookReaderUSA
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* LiveActionAdaptation: The Stingers to ''Film/TheAvengers2012'' and ''Film/ThorTheDarkWorld'' reveals that the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse is headed towards at least a [[AdaptationDistillation very loose]] [[PragmaticAdaptation 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; [[Film/TheAvengers2012 the]] [[Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron Scepter]] and [[spoiler:ComicBook/TheVision]], which take turns holding the Mind stone, and [[spoiler:Film/DoctorStrange the Eye of Agomoto]] which holds the Time 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: {{The Stinger}}s to ''[[Film/TheAvengers2012 The Stingers to ''Film/TheAvengers2012'' Avengers]]'' and ''Film/ThorTheDarkWorld'' reveals that the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse is headed towards at least a [[AdaptationDistillation very loose]] [[PragmaticAdaptation 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; [[Film/TheAvengers2012 the]] [[Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron Scepter]] and [[spoiler:ComicBook/TheVision]], which take turns holding the Mind stone, and [[spoiler:Film/DoctorStrange the Eye of Agomoto]] which holds the Time 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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