Avengers: Endgame is finally in theaters, and it ends the story and narrative sheets that started a decade ago.
One of the most important stories was the narrative Infinity Gauntlet, which was the driving force of the interconnected stories far away with the evil Thanos. Jim Starlin, who created Thanos (and Gamora and Drax) and wrote the Infinity Gauntlet comic, has now shared his thoughts on Avengers: Endgame and Thanos' fate.
SPOILERS FOR AVENGERS Speaking to IGN, Starlin said he was "excited" and "taken aback" by the events of Endgame. "The ups and downs that you have with them, there are some really heartbreaking moments that are mixed here and there with lots of really funny little events," he explained.
Thanos is killed twice in Endgame; Once from Thor, who tears his head off, and a second time – forever – when Tony Stark swings the gauntlet and tears Thanos out of life. Starlin noted that he was particularly impressed with the way actor Josh Brolin played Thano's last moments when he accepted his fate and sat in silence awaiting his fate.
"His last moments in the movie are, in my opinion, simply priceless," said Starlin. "His behavior, once he realizes what's happening, I think, that's just one of those little moments in the movie that everyone will remember, it's like accepting it and taking it like a man, you know? thought that was played perfectly. "
In the interview, Starlin said that the character Gamora in the Marvel films is above all the closest representation of what he has created in the comics.
The full interview can be seen here at IGN.
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