Could Thanos Return as a Changed Villain?
If you haven’t seen Avengers: Endgame yet, stop reading. Spoilers ahead.
We all know that Thanos dies in the movie. Turning to dust when Iron Man snaps his fingers as he puts on the glove. But could he come back? Essentially he could. After all, Spider-Man, Falcon, and the Scarlet Witch — all came back to fight another day.
According to cheatsheet.com, “To understand how Thanos could return, we first have to understand the Marvel Comics story Annihilation. That was a multi-character mini-series similar to Secret Wars, which brought multiple heroes from different comic books together to fight a big galactic menace. That was the series that gave rise to what would become Venom when Spider-Man came back with a spiffy new black costume that turned out to be an alien symbiote.”
“Written by Keith Giffen, the Annihilation mini-series, running from 2005 to 2007, was about the invasion of the universe from Annihilus and his forces of the Negative Zone. In this storyline, Thanos is kind of a good guy and teamed up with the Guardians of the Galaxy‘s Star-Lord.”
“How is this possible? The big reason is that Spider-Man: Far From Home introduces the concept of the multiverse or parallel universe’s where some of the same characters and situations exist but they have different fates. We have seen this in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, and on the CW Arrowverse shows, which involve multiple version of Earth that frequently cross over. ”
YES! Couldn't do Annihilation without him. Hopefully we'll eventually get to see this moment brought to life. pic.twitter.com/qn28OlVp43
— Adam (@ChromefaceX) July 25, 2019
Guess we will just have to wait and see…
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