Avengers: Infinity Wars teases the death of some major heroes...so let's draw straws
You're going to want to grab a box of tissues for this one, we're going to be saying goodbye to a lot of our favorite superheroes.
As 'Avengers: Infinity War' is drawing closer, we're left wondering how many of our favorite Marvel heroes are going to make an appearance in the new addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Well, we've got some spoilers for you. If 'Avengers: Infinity Wars' is going to follow the plotline of the comic books, then brace yourself. You're going to want to grab a box of tissues for this one, we're going to be saying goodbye to a lot of our favorite superheroes.
1. Iron Man
Iron Man's got his final run approaching him. In the comic book, Tony Stark dies at the hands of Terraxia, Thanos's mistress, and partner. It isn't a pretty death, mind you. Terraxia attacks Stark during a failing battle against Thanos. The battle ends with the villainess bringing back a bloody Iron Man helmet.
Added to that, there's also the fact that Robert Downey Jr., who plays Iron Man, is coming to the end of his contract with Marvel. He's already managed to build himself an impressive portfolio in the MCU itself. So Iron Man could go.
2. Captain America
In the comic, Captain America dies with one backhanded punch doled out by Thanos. Thanks to a failed plan involving the Silver Surfer, Captain America meets his end against Thanos. Chris Evans's exit from the franchise is set for after The Avengers 4, so chances are high that Captain America might just survive this battle.
Let's start with the fact that Vision's entire existence is thanks to one of the Infinity stones being firmly embedded in his forehead. With Thanos looking to complete the Infinity Gauntlet, it's pretty obvious he's going to go after Vision. Though the comic book version has a more gruesome death (Thanos rips Vision's chest out. You're welcome.), we see a different fate in the trailer itself.
The brief clip shows Thanos slowly extracting the Infinity stone from Vision's forehead. Now the question is, will Vision survive without it? We will have to wait and see.
Loki's got an advantage being an immortal and everything, so his death isn't really permanent. In the comic, Loki sacrifices himself to protect Thor and Asgard against Thanos's attack. It seems like this may be a possibility with Loki finally making amends with Thor in 'Thor: Ragnarok'.
But the trailer for 'Avengers: Infinity War' shows Loki favoring Thanos's side. The God of Mischief has the Space Stone after all. Maybe he's going to use this to leverage some sort of a deal with Thanos?
Which superhero do you think we'll be losing in 'Avengers: Infinity War'?
We'll now soon. 'Avengers: Infinity War' will be releasing this year on April 25.
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