Jim Starlin, Creator of Endgame’s Thanos, Has a Marvel BeefSince its initial publication, the series has been reprinted in various formats and editions. The roots of the series date to concepts developed in comics Starlin wrote and drew for Marvel in the s, primarily Thanos and the Infinity Gems. Starlin returned to Marvel in as the writer for Silver Surfer volume 3 beginning with issue 34, assisted by Lim on pencils. Their storyline developed through the next sixteen issues and the two-issue spin-off limited series The Thanos Quest before concluding in The Infinity Gauntlet. At the start of The Infinity Gauntlet , the alien nihilist Thanos has collected the six Infinity Gems and attached them to his gauntlet. When Thanos uses his powers to kill half of the living beings in the universe, Adam Warlock leads Earth's remaining heroes against him.
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The Mad Titan has become the most powerful being in the universe, and enslavement or destruction may be the only choices he gives it! The successive Starlin sagas that shook space and time start here! As the most powerful Avengers team ever assembled heads into space to join an intergalactic alliance against the ancient Builders, an old enemy deems their home unprotected. Thanos, the Mad Titan, unleashes his forces on Earth in the latest chapter of his endless quest for death. But even a world without Avengers has its defenders.
This article was originally published in April and we are republishing it as part of our coverage of Avengers: Endgame , which prominently features Thanos. Then he sighs. The year-old writer-artist is a giant in the comic-book industry, with hundreds upon hundreds of credits to his name. But even that is a recent development — just a few years ago, he threw shade at Marvel Studios for paying him an unsatisfying amount after using his characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. On its surface, the present disagreement may seem like a tempest in a proverbial teapot.