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Infinite Destinies is a 2021 Marvel Comics storyline involving, Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, Black Cat, Spider-Man (Peter Parker & Miles Morales), The Avengers, and the Guardians of the Galaxy.

The greatest power in the universe has reinvented itself — The Infinity Stones will be revealed in "Infinite Destinies" as iconic and new characters clash setting up "Infinity Score" in Black Cat and the destruction or reinvention of the Marvel Universe after that!

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Tropes in Infinite Destinies:

  • A Day in the Limelight: A lot of the issues in the storyline focus on the host of the infinity stone crossing paths with a hero.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Coming off of Heroes Reborn (2021) Nighthawk has captured and brainwashed Nick Fury Jr to follow his way of thinking and help him gather the Infinity People and use them to bring back his reality.
  • Crazy-Prepared: Fortunately for him Fury has a contingency for brainwashing with a tattoo on his body that triggers a deprogramming trance.
  • Evil Is Petty: While taunting Spider-Man about how she escaped, Star takes the time to add that she's keeping the dog she stole.
  • Fighting Spirit: Appropriately enough the power granted by the Soul Stone allows Multitude to create tangible copies of any soul that has ever been in Soul World to fight for them. Due to the limited power Infinity Hosts can manifest, their quantity is inverse to their quality.
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  • Many Spirits Inside of One: The Soul Stone and its host deem themselves Multitude, for they have fascimiles of every soul that's ever been in Soul World. That's every soul in the universe that existed in the prior event Infinity Warps.
  • My Greatest Failure: Overtime, the host of the Time Stone, wants to use his new powers to avert his accidental murder of two innocent senior citizens. It's not too altruistic, as it's more motivated by how he feels he ruined his life, and he doesn't care too much about harming people in his quest because he figures it'll have never happened if he succeeds.
  • Sealed in a Person-Shaped Can: The Infinity Stones have decided to kind of host themselves into mortal beings.
  • Sharing a Body: Instead of simply inhabiting a person, the Soul Stone maintains its classic sentience and practically posseses its host. Its host is then able to converse with it and cut a deal to split control of their body
  • Strange Minds Think Alike: Both Black Widow and Overtime say that they would booby-trap their motorcycles.
  • What Measure Is A Nonhuman: The Avengers Annual introduces the host of the Soul Stone as an android Walking the Earth to examine humans and determine what a soul is and whether he, in asserting his personhood, has one.
  • Who's Laughing Now?: Star decides to use her reality powers to take revenge on everyone in life who wronged her, starting with high school bullies. She uses her cosmic reality warping powers to mutilate them horrifically, in front of bystanders like children. Naturally the moment Spider-Man catches wind of this gross irresponsibility, he tries to stop her.


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