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* {{Tuckerization}}: Corvus Glaive is named after Corvus, a BigNameFan who ran one of the very first Thanos fansites.

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* {{Tuckerization}}: Corvus Glaive is named after Randall Lilly, aka Corvus, a BigNameFan who ran one of the very first Thanos fansites.


* ExecutiveMeddling: Hickman didn't plan on using Thanos at all but The Powers That Be made him put him in the story due to what they wanted to set up with the Inhumans.

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* ExecutiveMeddling: Hickman didn't plan on using Thanos at all but The Powers That Be made him put him in the story due to what they wanted to set up with the Inhumans.Inhumans.
* {{Tuckerization}}: Corvus Glaive is named after Corvus, a BigNameFan who ran one of the very first Thanos fansites.


* ExecutiveMeddling: Hickman didn't plan on using Thanos at all but The Powers That Be made him put him in the story due to what they wanted to set up with the Inhumans.
* SurprisinglySimilarStories: With ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' - They both feature a respected hero (Commander Shepard[=/=]Captain America) leading a RagTagBunchOfMisfits (Normandy SR-2[=/=]The Avengers) into space to fight a nigh-unstoppable enemy wiping out any planet that gets in their way (Reapers[=/=]Builders), in the process working with a galactic community that doesn't hold humanity in high regard. On top of that, another respected hero (Admiral Anderson[=/=]Iron Man) stays behind on Earth to hold the line against a nigh-unstoppable invading force (Reapers[=/=]Thanos), before the hero who left Earth can come back with the galaxy's military as back-up. Oh, and both stories include characters named Thane.
** SurprisinglySimilarCharacters: Also surprisingly similar is the [[FiveManBand Black Order]] with the several alien characters of ''VideoGame/MassEffect'' - The Ebony Maw is physically similar to the Salarians, and thematically similar in how his power is focused on his [[TheSmartGuy mind]] and abilities in deception and suggestion rather than physical strength; Black Dwarf is as [[TheBigGuy physically imposing]] and built like a Krogan; Supergiant has a dress style similar to the Quarians, with visual similarities to the Asari in her blue skin, with similar focus on volatile mental powers like biotics including the psychosis; Corvus Glaive shares some similarities to Turians in his clawed feet and long limbs, and in some early concept and TCG artwork, he has similar segmented facial armor and mandibles to a Turian; and finally Proxima Midnight is essentially a blue Renegade Fem-Shep.

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* ExecutiveMeddling: Hickman didn't plan on using Thanos at all but The Powers That Be made him put him in the story due to what they wanted to set up with the Inhumans.
* SurprisinglySimilarStories: With ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' - They both feature a respected hero (Commander Shepard[=/=]Captain America) leading a RagTagBunchOfMisfits (Normandy SR-2[=/=]The Avengers) into space to fight a nigh-unstoppable enemy wiping out any planet that gets in their way (Reapers[=/=]Builders), in the process working with a galactic community that doesn't hold humanity in high regard. On top of that, another respected hero (Admiral Anderson[=/=]Iron Man) stays behind on Earth to hold the line against a nigh-unstoppable invading force (Reapers[=/=]Thanos), before the hero who left Earth can come back with the galaxy's military as back-up. Oh, and both stories include characters named Thane.
** SurprisinglySimilarCharacters: Also surprisingly similar is the [[FiveManBand Black Order]] with the several alien characters of ''VideoGame/MassEffect'' - The Ebony Maw is physically similar to the Salarians, and thematically similar in how his power is focused on his [[TheSmartGuy mind]] and abilities in deception and suggestion rather than physical strength; Black Dwarf is as [[TheBigGuy physically imposing]] and built like a Krogan; Supergiant has a dress style similar to the Quarians, with visual similarities to the Asari in her blue skin, with similar focus on volatile mental powers like biotics including the psychosis; Corvus Glaive shares some similarities to Turians in his clawed feet and long limbs, and in some early concept and TCG artwork, he has similar segmented facial armor and mandibles to a Turian; and finally Proxima Midnight is essentially a blue Renegade Fem-Shep.
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** SurprisinglySimilarCharacters: Also surprisingly similar is the [[FiveManBand Black Order]] with the several alien characters of ''VideoGame/MassEffect'' - The Ebony Maw is visually and thematically similar to Mordin and as TheSmartGuy; Black Dwarf is visually similar to the Krogans and also focuses purely on physical assaults; SuperGiant has a costume similar to the Quarians, with visual similarities to the Asari, and a focus on volatile mental powers like Biotics including the psychosis; Corvus Glaive shares some similarities to Turians in his clawed feet and long limbs, and in some early concept art and TCG artwork, he has the same facial armoured mandibles as a Turian; and finally Proxima Glaive is essentially a blue Renegade Fem-Shep.

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** SurprisinglySimilarCharacters: Also surprisingly similar is the [[FiveManBand Black Order]] with the several alien characters of ''VideoGame/MassEffect'' - The Ebony Maw is visually physically similar to the Salarians, and thematically similar to Mordin in how his power is focused on his [[TheSmartGuy mind]] and as TheSmartGuy; abilities in deception and suggestion rather than physical strength; Black Dwarf is visually similar to the Krogans as [[TheBigGuy physically imposing]] and also focuses purely on physical assaults; SuperGiant built like a Krogan; Supergiant has a costume dress style similar to the Quarians, with visual similarities to the Asari, and a Asari in her blue skin, with similar focus on volatile mental powers like Biotics biotics including the psychosis; Corvus Glaive shares some similarities to Turians in his clawed feet and long limbs, and in some early concept art and TCG artwork, he has the same similar segmented facial armoured armor and mandibles as to a Turian; and finally Proxima Glaive Midnight is essentially a blue Renegade Fem-Shep.


!! Trivia for the 2013 MarvelComics [[ComicBook/{{Infinity}} event]]:

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!! Trivia for the 2013 MarvelComics Creator/MarvelComics [[ComicBook/{{Infinity}} event]]:


* SurprisinglySimilarStories: With ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' - They both feature a respected hero (Commander Shepard[=/=]Captain America) leading a RagTagBunchOfMisfits (Normandy SR-2[=/=]The Avengers) into space to fight a nigh-unstoppable enemy wiping out any planet that gets in their way (Reapers[=/=]Builders), in the process working with a galactic community that doesn't hold humanity in high regard. On top of that, another respected hero (Admiral Anderson[=/=]Iron Man) stays behind on Earth to hold the line against a nigh-unstoppable invading force (Reapers[=/=]Thanos), before the hero who left Earth can come back with the galaxy's military as back-up. Oh, and both stories include characters named Thane.

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* SurprisinglySimilarStories: With ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' - They both feature a respected hero (Commander Shepard[=/=]Captain America) leading a RagTagBunchOfMisfits (Normandy SR-2[=/=]The Avengers) into space to fight a nigh-unstoppable enemy wiping out any planet that gets in their way (Reapers[=/=]Builders), in the process working with a galactic community that doesn't hold humanity in high regard. On top of that, another respected hero (Admiral Anderson[=/=]Iron Man) stays behind on Earth to hold the line against a nigh-unstoppable invading force (Reapers[=/=]Thanos), before the hero who left Earth can come back with the galaxy's military as back-up. Oh, and both stories include characters named Thane.Thane.
** SurprisinglySimilarCharacters: Also surprisingly similar is the [[FiveManBand Black Order]] with the several alien characters of ''VideoGame/MassEffect'' - The Ebony Maw is visually and thematically similar to Mordin and as TheSmartGuy; Black Dwarf is visually similar to the Krogans and also focuses purely on physical assaults; SuperGiant has a costume similar to the Quarians, with visual similarities to the Asari, and a focus on volatile mental powers like Biotics including the psychosis; Corvus Glaive shares some similarities to Turians in his clawed feet and long limbs, and in some early concept art and TCG artwork, he has the same facial armoured mandibles as a Turian; and finally Proxima Glaive is essentially a blue Renegade Fem-Shep.


* SurprisinglySimilarStories: With ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' - They both feature a respected hero (Commander Shepherd[=/=]Captain America) leading a RagTagBunchOfMisfits (Normandy SR-2[=/=]The Avengers) into space to fight a nigh-unstoppable enemy wiping out any planet that gets in their way (Reapers[=/=]Builders), in the process working with a galactic community that doesn't hold humanity in high regard. On top of that, another respected hero (Admiral Anderson[=/=]Iron Man) stays behind on Earth to hold the line against a nigh-unstoppable invading force (Reapers[=/=]Thanos), before the hero who left Earth can come back with the galaxy's military as back-up. Oh, and both stories include characters named Thane.

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* SurprisinglySimilarStories: With ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' - They both feature a respected hero (Commander Shepherd[=/=]Captain Shepard[=/=]Captain America) leading a RagTagBunchOfMisfits (Normandy SR-2[=/=]The Avengers) into space to fight a nigh-unstoppable enemy wiping out any planet that gets in their way (Reapers[=/=]Builders), in the process working with a galactic community that doesn't hold humanity in high regard. On top of that, another respected hero (Admiral Anderson[=/=]Iron Man) stays behind on Earth to hold the line against a nigh-unstoppable invading force (Reapers[=/=]Thanos), before the hero who left Earth can come back with the galaxy's military as back-up. Oh, and both stories include characters named Thane.

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* ExecutiveMeddling: Hickman didn't plan on using Thanos at all but The Powers That Be made him put him in the story due to what they wanted to set up with the Inhumans.


* SurprisinglySimilarStories: With ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' - They both feature a respected hero (Commander Shepherd[=/=]Captain America) leading a RagTagBunchOfMisfits (Normandy SR-2[=/=]The Avengers) into space to fight a nigh-unstoppable enemy wiping out any planet that gets in their way (Reapers[=/=]Builders), in the process working with a galactic community that doesn't hold humanity in high regard. On top of that, another respected hero (Admiral Anderson[=/=]Iron Man) stays behind on Earth to hold the line against a nigh-unstoppable invading force (Reapers[=/=]Thanos). Oh, and both stories include characters named Thane.

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* SurprisinglySimilarStories: With ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' - They both feature a respected hero (Commander Shepherd[=/=]Captain America) leading a RagTagBunchOfMisfits (Normandy SR-2[=/=]The Avengers) into space to fight a nigh-unstoppable enemy wiping out any planet that gets in their way (Reapers[=/=]Builders), in the process working with a galactic community that doesn't hold humanity in high regard. On top of that, another respected hero (Admiral Anderson[=/=]Iron Man) stays behind on Earth to hold the line against a nigh-unstoppable invading force (Reapers[=/=]Thanos).(Reapers[=/=]Thanos), before the hero who left Earth can come back with the galaxy's military as back-up. Oh, and both stories include characters named Thane.

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* NamesTheSame: ''ComicBook/{{Infinity}}'', ''Fanfic/{{Infinity}}'', or ''TabletopGame/{{Infinity}}''?

!! Trivia for the 2013 MarvelComics [[ComicBook/{{Infinity}} event]]:
* SurprisinglySimilarStories: With ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' - They both feature a respected hero (Commander Shepherd[=/=]Captain America) leading a RagTagBunchOfMisfits (Normandy SR-2[=/=]The Avengers) into space to fight a nigh-unstoppable enemy wiping out any planet that gets in their way (Reapers[=/=]Builders), in the process working with a galactic community that doesn't hold humanity in high regard. On top of that, another respected hero (Admiral Anderson[=/=]Iron Man) stays behind on Earth to hold the line against a nigh-unstoppable invading force (Reapers[=/=]Thanos). Oh, and both stories include characters named Thane.

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