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Examples of "infinity_gauntlet"
Figures packaged around a life-sized, wearable foam Infinity Gauntlet.
"The Infinity Gauntlet" was critically successful. IGN listed The Infinity Gauntlet as one of the best Comic Book Events, calling it "the iconic Thanos story and a template on which all future cosmic events were based". CBR ranked "The Infinity Gauntlet" as the second greatest Thanos story.
At one point in time he possessed the Infinity Gauntlet from the Marvel Universe.
A version of the Cosmic Cube is seen in Project Pegasus alongside the Watcher and Infinity Gauntlet.
The storyline is a direct sequel to the 1991 "Infinity Gauntlet" crossover, and was followed by "Infinity Crusade" in 1993.
The Infinity Gauntlet has appeared in the television shows "The Super Hero Squad Show" and "Avengers Assemble".
Terraxia is a villain. The character, created by Jim Starlin and George Pérez, first appeared in "The Infinity Gauntlet" #3 in October 1991. Within the context of the stories, Terraxia was created by Thanos using the Infinity Gems. She is uncreated and forgotten in "The Infinity Gauntlet" #6.
Also in 1991, Pérez signed on to pencil the six-issue limited series "Infinity Gauntlet" for Marvel Comics, which was written by Jim Starlin. However, due to the turbulence happening concurrently with "War of the Gods", this was a very stressful personal period for Pérez, and he was not able to finish penciling the entire run of "Infinity Gauntlet", leaving the project part way through issue #4. The "Infinity Gauntlet" editorial team decided to find a replacement artist to finish the miniseries, and Ron Lim was the artist chosen (although Pérez offered to remain on as the inker over Lim's cover art for the remainder of the miniseries).
When Thanos claimed the Infinity Gauntlet and sought to usurp Eternity's position as a universal embodiment, Mistress Love was present at Eternity's appeal before the Living Tribunal. When the Tribunal rejected Eternity's request to depower Thanos, Mistress Love battles Thanos beside many other great cosmic powers, joining her cosmic "opposite" Master Hate, in playing havoc with his emotions, but was defeated. After Nebula later claimed the Infinity Gauntlet and erased all previous battles, Mistress Love fought her and was again defeated. Mistress Love was again present when Eternity argued before the Living Tribunal against Adam Warlock's possession of the Infinity Gauntlet, and was a witness to its dismantling.
Thanos wielding the Infinity Gauntlet ranked Master Order's scale of power as above that of Galactus, but below that of Eternity.
Thanos wielding the Infinity Gauntlet ranked Infinity's scale of power as above that of Lord Chaos and Master Order, but below that of the Living Tribunal.
Thanos wielding the Infinity Gauntlet ranked Eternity's scale of power as above that of Lord Chaos, and Master Order, but below that of the Living Tribunal.
The Watch also becomes involved in the events of the "Infinity War" and the "Infinity Crusade", both stemming from the events of the "Infinity Gauntlet".
The Council met again during the events caused by the Infinity Gauntlet, as well as those caused by the , but were mostly ineffectual against both menaces.
In the limited series "Infinity Gauntlet," the Stranger appears among the gathering of cosmic entities opposing the Titan Thanos, and attacks the latter teamed with Epoch and Galactus.
Thanos wielding the Infinity Gauntlet ranked Lord Chaos' scale of power as above that of Galactus, but below that of Eternity.
During the 1991 miniseries "The Infinity Gauntlet", Thanos, who possesses near-omnipotence via the Infinity Gauntlet, shatters the shield with a blow of his fist while in combat with Captain America. The shield is soon restored by Thanos' alleged granddaughter, Nebula, when she obtains the Gauntlet and uses it to undo the events of Thanos's temporary godhood, resulting in her erasing the death and destruction that Thanos had caused over the previous 24 hours.
It has emerged that Reed is one of the members of the "Illuminati", unknown to his wife. He is also in possession of the "Power" gem of the Infinity Gauntlet.
Thanos wielding the Infinity Gauntlet ranked the Celestials as being on roughly the same scale of power as Galactus, the Stranger, Odin, and Zeus, but below that of Mistress Love, Lord Chaos, and Master Order.
Loosely based on "The Infinity Gauntlet" storyline, the game focuses on heroes and villains battling each other for the Infinity Gems. The main antagonist is Thanos, who plots to use the Infinity Gems to take over the universe.