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Tom

Subj: Re: How so? He seems fairly in-character to me.
Posted: Thu Jun 07, 2012 at 08:29:58 pm EDT (Viewed 391 times)
Reply Subj: Re: How so? He seems fairly in-character to me.
Posted: Thu Jun 07, 2012 at 07:14:56 pm EDT (Viewed 25 times)



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      Thanos has been glib quite often in the past. It's one of the best aspects of his character that Starlin gave him.

    Can you name even one of those times? Because I just went through Infinity Gauntlet, War and Crusade on my iPad and I didn't see a single example of that. In fact, as I stated above, Starlin made a point of highlighting Thanos' humorless nature at the end of Infinity War (when he snaps Pip's cigar in two).

Thinking about it, "glib" really isn't the right word.

There's dark humour all throughout that. How can that escape you?


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      Wouldn't be the first time. Thanos up to his old tricks.

    Really? Thanos has, as a villain, tried to do the following things...

    Destroy the Universe
    Destroy the Universe
    Kill half the Universe
    Help Annihilus Destroy the Universe
    Help Death Destroy an Alternate Universe

    So No, creating a new world isn't Thanos "up to his old tricks".

You missed the times where he restarted the universe. You have very selective memmory, it seems. To be honest, Annihilation was more out of character, because Thanos had gotten past that.




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