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cover:  George Perez
INFINITY GAUNTLET TPB (1992)
ISBN: 0871359448
Date: Aug 1992
Cover Price: $24.95
Publisher: marvel.com

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    INFINITY GAUNTLET TPB (1992) (Aug 1992)
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    "Avengers/JLA" #1 - #4 : For all of Marc Alessi's faults, he loaned out an under-contract George Perez to draw this one. Thanks, Marc. The crossover turned out to be everything I was looking for: an excuse to switch up characters and locations across universes, include some silly fight scenes, and tie it all together with a plot device that facilitates the whole shebang.

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    "The Infinity Gauntlet" #1 - #6, "The Infinity War" #1 - #6. I didn't include the third mini-series, because I thought the idea had played itself out by then and I wasn't all that interested in it. But those first two mini-series are still the standard by which many cosmic storylines are judged today, placing the heroes of the Marvel Universe against the likes of Thanos and Death, or their own evil duplicates. George Perez started the initial mini-series, before being dragged away for DC's "War of the Gods" event, a move that would be judged in the future as "silly." But Lim shone, drawing dozens of characters per page, with epic storytelling.


     
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    There are some other annoying examples, like Ron Lim replacing George Perez on Infinity Gauntlet, and Tom Raney replacing Steve McNiven on Ultimate Secret (from which Marvel has apparently learned its lesson: what Steve starts, he must finish), but the bottom line remains the same: fill-ins suck.

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    While waiting for Marvel's Civil War to slowly unfold, here is a company crossover from the 90's that Marvel got right. A rather simple plot, Thanos, the madman from Titan, has taken control of the Infinity gauntlet. It is a glove that holds the six Infinity Gems that basically can control the universe. They hold power over reality, time, the soul, etc. As a token of appreciation towards the one being he has ever loved, Mistress Death, Thanos kills half the population of the universe with a snap of his finger's. The remaining superheroes of the Marvel universe band together to stop Thanos from becoming a god.

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    For the dark Titan, Thanos, the Infinity Gauntlet was the Holy Grail, the ultimate prize to be coveted above all else. With it came omnipotence: the absolute control of all aspects of time, space, power, reality, the mind and the soul. The gaining of supreme might meant the beginning of a black nightmare for the entire universe. Now, on the edge of Armageddon and led by the mysterious Adam Warlock, Earth's super heroes join in a desperate attempt to thwart this nihilistic god's insane plunge into galactic self-destruction. Should the heroes fail, the astral gods of the universe wait to step into the fray. But in such an awesome cosmic conflict will anyone prevail? Will anyone survive?
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    “The bad guy won,” was all I remembered hearing on that day in the comic shop. My ten-year-old mind thought it impossible. Surely, the two patrons were joking, right? There was no way the villain could ever win, no matter what he tried. Sure enough, they continued rambling on about how Thanos, the Mad Titan, had defeated everyone in the Marvel Universe. The mere mentioning of this sent a shiver up my spine.

    It was not until many years later that I grasped the enormity of what they were saying. The series they were talking about, The Infinity Gauntlet by Jim Starlin and George Perez, did not pass through my hands until almost a decade later. At first, I thought it was just a book someone wanted me to read until I recognized the cover: Thanos, clutching his fist adorned with the Infinity Gems as the universe surrounded him. That is when it all came back.

    What I read was not quite what I expected. Sure, there was a scene were the bad guy won, but at its heart, the story was actually a bittersweet love story. Thanos was a man who loved Death. Not the concept, mind you, but the female embodiment of the Grim Reaper. Trying to get his lady love to return the feelings, he set about on the perilous journey of uniting the Infinity Gems, mystic artifacts that can bend reality. He succeeded and collecting them, but this still was not good enough for Death. Determined to just see her smile, he did the one thing he was sure to make her happy.

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    So, in an effort to give myself some just plain fun reading, I was pleased to find, collected in graphic novel form, The Infinity Gauntlet from Marvel.

    I had read the six-issue series back when it was originally published from July to December of 1991 and I'd really enjoyed it. Throughout the years as my piles of collected comics shrank, The Infinity Gauntlet books always found their way into the "save" box and back into my attic.

    Here's the quick and dirty plot synopsis: Power-hungry Thanos comes to possess the Infinity Gauntlet (a big glove with 6 jewels on it) that gives him God-like powers over everything and everyone. In an effort to impress Mistress Death he wipes out have of the universe's population prompting our Marvel heroes to unite behind Adam Warlock to save the day.

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    The most ambitious comic project ever could fill another volume with its body count. Marv Wolfman and George Perez's Crisis aimed to clean up DC's cluttered 50-year-old continuity by merging the handful of its parallel Earths into one, but not before a being called the Anti-Monitor destroys an infinite amount of worlds in the process. This cover, penciled by Pérez and painted by Alex Ross, is easily one of the most beautiful ever produced and worth the purchase alone. "It was actually the first series I ever followed," says JSA writer Geoff Johns who was 12 at the time. "For me, it really shaped the DCU. I doubt I would've read many DC comics before Crisis."

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    Even when he's a god, Thanos still can't get lucky with the ladies. Possessing the six Infinity Gems, Thanos gain omnipotence and kills half the universe's population with the snap of his finger in an attempt to earn the affection of the mistress Death. A plethora of Marvel heroes mount a defensive to thwart the mad Titan, but how can you beat a god? Only writer Jim Starlin knew the answer. "It had a hundred characters and mindless destruction, but for all the bombast, it was really about a guy trying to impress a girl," say Sojourn writer Ron Marz. "Thanos' failure is ultimately one of unrequited love. Who can't relate to that?"

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    JOHN BYRNE'S NEW SUPERMAN Ain't it amazing that with everything DC collects, it hasn't collected Byrne's headline-making 1986 revamp of the regular series? Especially the three-part story where Supes must help save Earth once inhabited by the "pre-Byrne" Superman where the Man of Steel must take the role of judge, jury and executioner.

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