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  • Thanos (Marvel)
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  • Thanos, also known as The Mad Titan, is the most powerful, insane and evil of all villains in the Marvel Universe, created by Jim Starlin and debuting in 1973 in an issue of Iron Man and continuing to terrorize the entire Marvel universe and beyond up to the modern era. His popularity as a supervillain is seen in his ability to hold a large presence both in mainstream Marvel and his own series while also being seen in a large array of products ranging from video games to toys and cartoons (though his nature is toned down in some of the cartoons, for obvious reasons).
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type of villain
  • Homicidal, God Wannabe, Supervillain
Goals
  • Make the Universe completely lifeless to win over Lady Death's own love and to become a God.
  • Wipe out every single potential threat across the galaxy and conquer the universe including Earth and Asgard.
  • Claim the Infinity Gauntlet in order to make himself even much more powerful.
Origin
  • Marvel Comics
  • Iron-Man #55
Skills
  • Vast cosmic-powers, high-level intellect, superhuman strength, Nigh-invulnerability, great stamina, speed and reflexes, energy projection, immortality, telepathy, teleportation, matter manipulation, alien technologies, magic, [[w:c:evil:Infinity Gauntlet
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Alias
  • Monster
  • Master
  • Dark Lord
  • The Mad Titan
  • Dark God
  • All-Father
  • Masterlord
  • Overmaster
  • The Avatar of Death
  • The Most Powerful Being in the Universe
Hobby
  • Killing, torturing and manipulating beings, playing God, destroying and conquering worlds across the universe, fighting superheroes and Cosmic Entities
TAB
  • Gallery
  • Villain Overview
Occupation
  • Warrior
  • Destroyer
  • Warlord
  • Conqueror
  • Tyrant
  • God-Like supervillain
Fullname
  • Thanos
Size
  • 200
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  • Thanos, also known as The Mad Titan, is the most powerful, insane and evil of all villains in the Marvel Universe, created by Jim Starlin and debuting in 1973 in an issue of Iron Man and continuing to terrorize the entire Marvel universe and beyond up to the modern era. His popularity as a supervillain is seen in his ability to hold a large presence both in mainstream Marvel and his own series while also being seen in a large array of products ranging from video games to toys and cartoons (though his nature is toned down in some of the cartoons, for obvious reasons). He is a powerful alien warlord born on Saturn's moon, Titan, born to the race of demi-gods known as Eternals. Being the strongest of all of them and appearing as a monstrous beast, Thanos fell in love with the living female embodiment of death and is willing to destroy all of existence to win her love, no matter how powerful he must become or who dares to stop him. He serves as the main antagonist of the 1991 six-issue comic-book series, ‚ÄčThe Infinity Gauntlet, with the mercenary, Nebula serving as the secondary antagonist, and Mephisto serving as the tertiary antagonist. He also serves as the main antagonist of the two-parter, Thanos: The Final Threat, the 2010 series, The Thanos Imperative and the 2013 comic book crossover storyline, Infinity.