Thanos Origin Book Reveals Avengers 4's New Villains

Nagini Shree |Nov 21, 2018

Possible hint at new villains in the Thanos novel?

There is no doubt that Thanos has been the biggest villain in the Marvel Cinematic Universe so far. He wiped out half of the universe with a snap of his fingers.  However, a new Marvel novel about the purple giant’s origin story called Thanos: Titan Consumed could hint a clue that Thanos will not be the big villain of Avengers 4, or he even will team up with the Avengers.

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Though Marvel has clarified that these events may not be part of the official canon,  Barry Lyga, the writer of the book, worked with Marvel Studios during the period of time writing it.

In fact, this story was finished before Infinity War was launched including Thanos adopted Gamora and his experiences after successfully snapping and gained his insane goal.

This doesn’t stop fans from imagining new villains except for Thanos.

Barry Lyga's novel teases "new foes" and "an even greater threat” in the sequel to Infinity War. And likely new supervillain is known as Lorespeaker, an infinity mysterious object that Thanos talks to at the end of the story. Lorespeaker seems not only to have deep knowledge of the cosmos but also reveal the Mad Titan about the power of the Infinity Stones. When Thanos asked for the reason why no one used them, he said: "They are hidden, because they are too powerful...Celestials and the others... keep watch on the Stones."

His explanation about the Infinity Stones is the truth according to MCU's mythology. Besides the Mad Titan, there are also other powerful forces which exist to keep carefully guard the Infinity Stones.

The novel also drops a hint that either Celestials – which appeared in Guardians of the Galaxy as an ancient race of all-powerful beings or possibly the Horde - a race is similar to insects, leading to destruction is new villains.

If all are correct, Earth's Heroes will have to confront with greater threats in a cosmic war of life and death. Since Avengers is going to wrap up, hopefully, it will be the most epic conclusion to this phase in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.


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