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Did Thanos kill half the universe in the comics?

Did Thanos kill half the universe in the comics?

In the comics, as you may have heard, Thanos is completely obsessed with winning the heart of Mistress Death, the anthropomorphic embodiment of the concept of death. He kills half the universe, as she ordered.

Why didn’t Thanos wish for more resources?

“He didn’t double the resources in the universe because that’s not what he’s trying to accomplish, and also because he’s an unhinged, sociopathic supervillain who is basically on a holy crusade. Thano’s plan only has to make sense to him, and in terms of fitting his character, it’s perfect.”

What did Thanos do in the Avengers?

Thanos was also indirectly responsible for the creation of Ultron as his supplying of the Mind Stone to Loki was what gave Ultron free will to rebel against humanity in the first place. He later obtained all six Infinity stones, fought with the Avengers and Guardians of the Galaxy, and successfully wiped out half the life in the universe.

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Why is Thanos so bad with the Infinity Gauntlet?

In fact, most of the terrible things Thanos does with the Infinity Gauntlet are all about trying to impress a silent and uninterested Mistress Death. He kills half the universe, as she ordered. He traps his granddaughter Nebula in a living hell of pain to the point of death — without allowing her to die.

What is the relationship between Thanos and Loki?

Thanos formed an alliance with Loki to invade Earth, and later forged a partnership with Ronan the Accuser to destroy Xandar – both in exchange for the deliverance of two powerful Infinity Stones, only for the pair to end up failing their tasks before they betrayed Thanos afterwards.

Is Thanos the main villain in the MCU?

Thanos is the overall main antagonist of the Infinity Saga of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He served as the overarching antagonist of The Avengers, Guardians of the Galaxy, and Avengers: Age of Ultron, as the main antagonist of both Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame, and as a posthumous antagonist in Spider-Man: Far From Home.