3. The Infinity Gems storylines uncover Thanos’ romantic side
The Infinity Gauntlet is a mind-twisting story of a cosmic battle that is truly justified regardless of your time. It is a six-part series which proceeds with the chronology of The Thanos Quest. Thanos is a hopeless romantic. With his numerous powers, why does he feel constrained to commit himself to a partner who overlooks him and won’t have him? In comics, he spends his criminal vocation attempting to gain exceptional qualities through different means, in an attempt to impress and get the affections of Lady Death. On numerous occasions, Thanos’ fixation with Death ends up being a one-sided affair. She just can’t stand him.
4. Avengers: Infinity War will present Adam Warlock’s abhorrent double Magus
The deviations of Marvel Cinematic Universe from the comics have been many. While a large portion of them have worked rather well, the exclusion of Adam Warlock from the storyline has been bewildering. Fans of the comics cracked up when they saw a human-sized cocoon on the Collector’s ship in Thor: The Dark World’s credit sequence and then later in Guardians of the Galaxy. Eventually, the MCU would address its most glaring oversight, or so it appeared. As fast as the fan service was paid, the Collector and his accumulation detonated into a zillion pieces. We don’t know whether Warlock will show up in Avengers: Infinity War Part 1. However, the name of his wicked alter ego, the Magus, shows up on promotional materials for the film. Chances are that he’ll feature here.