Infinity Gauntlet #3

Infinity Gauntlet #3 

Written by: Jim Starlin 

Art by: George Perez 

Released: september 10, 1991 

 Preparation for war. The Earths mightiest heroes assemble to take on the mad God thanos. Can Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, Hulk, and the others defeat someone who controls reality itself? This issue was pretty good. In all I would rate it a 7.5/10 that’s all for this issue and as always keep on marveling. 

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Infinity Gauntlet #2

Infinity Gauntlet #2

Written by: Jim Starllin

Art by: George Perez

Released: August 10, 1991

This issue goes from bad to worse Thanos has killed half the universe with just a simple thought and yes including half of the heroes as well. As the remaining heroes deal with the chaos that has ensued, will the return of Adam Warlock be the universes only hope of deafting the mad Titan known as Thanos? 

This issue was pretty good. In all I would rate this issue a 7.5/10 that’s all for this issue and as always keep on

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Infinity Gauntlet #4

Infinity Guantlet #4

Written by: Jim Starlin 

Art by: Ron Lin, George Perez 

Released: October 10, 1991

Earth’s heroes have descended upon Thanos is a attempt to defeat his maniacal plots. They are simply no match for Thanos and the Infinity Gauntlet. Mephisto points out that Adam Warlock and Silver Surfer are not engaging in the battle.

Thanos realizes, with the manipulation of Mephisto, that he cannot impress Death with the full abilities of the gauntlet. He must show courage in the face of his enemies. He turns off all the gems power except the Power Gem to even the playing field. He still has limitless power just no cosmic awareness.

Even in the limited state he has placed himself in Earth’s heroes are no match for him but have a better chance. The might of Hulk and Drax are still not enough. Under Captain America’s leadership they seem to have some hope.

The Surfer is growing impatient. Warlock has not yet revealed his plans for the Surfer, so that Thanos cannot steal those plans from his mind.

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Infinity Guantlet #1

Infinity Guantlet #1

Written by: Jum Starlin 

Art by: Georfe Perez 

Released: July 10, 1991

the first issue succeeds as the bare bones of the original “Infinity Gauntlet” plot are there: Thanos has the Gauntlet, half the population of Earth has disappeared, and the remaining superheroes need to figure out what happened and find a way to bring everyone back. The cast is streamlined down with the more iconic and well-known heroes taking center stage, while key figures in the original story like Adam Warlock, Mephisto, Dr. Strange, and the Silver Surfer are absent.

 Even the heroes that remain are a different cast with memorable “Gauntlet” heroes like Captain America and Thor absent (so, no recreation of Cap standing up to Thanos, I suppose, but that’s probably for the best). In all I would rate this issue a 8/10 that’s all for this issue and as always keep your n marveling. 

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