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We theorize that when Tony Stark snaps his fingers to obliterate Thanos, Stark doesn't permanently destroy the Mad Titan but merely absorbs him into the Soul Stone. In the Infinity War comic series , this stone has the power to control life and death by capturing a person's essence and storing it in the Soulworld, which exists within the gem itself. The souls captured by the stone remain trapped, unless the owner decides to set them free. Of course, Earth's mightiest heroes do not intend to release Thanos.
This time it really is the end of the world. And who’s to blame? The young.
But if we dig deeper into the Marvel comics, specifically the Silver Surfer series volume three, we learn that the Silver Surfer escapes the Soul Gem and returns to reality with the help of a genetically modified superhuman named Adam Warlock. Warlock cultivates the ability to travel back and forth between the soul and surface realms by finding a way to communicate with the gem's consciousness.
Or to put it plainly, Warlock convinces the stone to share the secret of its power. He then uses his connection to the gem to reincarnate himself — and others like Gamora — into the bodies of recently deceased humans so he can rejoin the land of the living.
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Thanos is a persuasive guy with a surprisingly sensitive soul for a villain. Theoretically, he could learn to do something similar during his captivity in the stone and return to wreak havoc on the Avengers. We think this is possible because Thanos already has an affinity with the Soul Stone. Remember, at the end of Avengers: Infinity War , in the moments after the snap felt around the globe, we see Thanos materialize in an orange-hued dimension that appears to be the Soulworld. He encounters a young Gamora there, and she asks him what his victory cost.
He answers, "Everything," and we can tell that he is genuinely saddened about sacrificing his daughter to gain the Soul Stone. They catch Just For Men and shoot and then kill him, with cheeky George taking a photo of John next to the body. Because security. Also because he spends more time on his phone than the average year-old. I'd bet good money the first thing he did when he left the scene was tweet that it was snowing.
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Still, he was back in time to be simultaneously arrested and A-Team shot at by Alice. Both he and that nice cake stand survived. So here we are, at the end, trying not to misunderstand Luther. Will he be back?
Is Alice dead? Have they got George bang to rights? Is Luther going to go back to work like nothing's ever happened? Thanks for listening. Until next time.
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