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For the fictional item the series is named after, see Infinity Gems. The Infinity Gauntlet Cover of Infinity Gauntlet trade paperback (2nd printing 2000). Art by George Pérez. Series publication information Publisher Marvel Comics Schedule Monthly Format Limited series Genre Science fiction, superhero Publication date July – December 1991 Number of issues 6 Creative team Writer(s) Jim Starlin Artist(s) George Pérez and Ron Lim Collected editions Infinity Gauntlet ISBN 0-7851-2349-0 Infinity Gauntlet Publication information Publisher Marvel Comics Created by Jim Starlin and George Pérez In-story information Element of stories featuring Thanos The Infinity Gauntlet is a six-issue comic book limited series published by Marvel Comics from July to December in 1991. The series was written by Jim Starlin and penciled by George Pérez and Ron Lim. Contents 1 Publication history 2 Plot summary 3 Other versions 3.1 What If? 3.2 Avengers & the Infinity Gauntlet 4 Collected editions 5 In other media 5.1 Film 5.2 Television 5.3 Video games 6 References 7 External links Publication history The storyline follows events involving the character Thanos in Silver Surfer vol. 3, #34 (Feb. 1990) and the two-issue miniseries The Thanos Quest (Sept.- Oct. 1990) The storyline led to two sequel miniseries, Infinity War and Infinity Crusade. All three series were the core of a company-wide crossover story. In 1991, artist George Pérez signed on to pencil the six-issue limited series. However, due to the emotional stresses Pérez was suffering from related to his concurrent work as writer/artist on DC Comics' Wonder Woman and as artist on the DC limited series War of the Gods,[1] Pérez was unable to finish penciling each issue of Infinity Gauntlet. Pérez left the project while working on issue #4, with penciler Ron Lim assigned to replace him. Pérez remained as the inker over Lim's cover art for the remainder of the miniseries. Plot summary Thanos mounts the six Infinity Gems, (collected in the The Thanos Quest limited series), on his left glove to form the titular Infinity Gauntlet. Each Gem grants its bearer complete mastery over one aspect of the universe: Time, Space, Mind, Soul, Reality, and Power. Now all-powerful and desperate to win the affections of Death, Thanos decides to offer the entity a gift of love by completing a task she had given him, erasing half the sentient life in the universe (including most of the X-Men, Daredevil, and the Fantastic Four)[2], quite literally with a snap of his fingers. The surviving heroes on Earth band together — guided by the newly-resurrected Adam Warlock — to battle Thanos. In a bid to impress Death, Thanos allows the heroes a slight chance of winning, but easily defeats and kills almost all of them. Thanos then goes on to defeat and imprison many of the universe's cosmic entities — including Galactus; the Stranger; the Titan Kronos; Epoch; the entities Love and Hate; two Celestials; Master Order and Lord Chaos; and Eternity. After defeating Eternity, Thanos leaves his body and becomes the living embodiment of the universe. This leaves his abandoned body vulnerable to Nebula, his alleged granddaughter. Nebula takes the Gauntlet off Thanos's hand and dons it herself; she then undoes all of Thanos' actions, restoring her from disfigurement, bringing the dead back to life, and reversing the damage done to the cosmos. Another battle with the heroes and cosmic deities ends with Adam Warlock taking possession of the Gauntlet. Thanos then appears to commit suicide, but actually retreats to a farm to contemplate his loss. Other versions What If? The Infinity Gauntlet is featured in several issues of the alternate universe title What If. The first explores the outcome if the Silver Surfer[3] and Impossible Man[4] respectively had possessed the artifact. A one-shot publication depicts a new version of the Fantastic Four - who replace the deceased original members - consisting of the Hulk; Iron Man; Spider-Man and Wolverine. The quartet successfully defeat Thanos when Wolverine distracts him long enough for Wolverine to cut off Thanos' gloved hand, Spider-Man subsequently undoing the damage Thanos had caused before giving the Gauntlet to the Watchers for safe keeping.[5] Avengers & the Infinity Gauntlet A retelling of the story in the all-ages Marvel Adventures line, written by Brian Clevinger and drawn by Brian Churilla, was released in August 2010. This version features Spider-Man, the Hulk, Ms. Marvel, Wolverine, and Doctor Doom fighting Thanos after he uses the Gauntlet to kill half the population of the Universe. Doom betrays the Avengers and seized the gauntlet for himself, but fails to get it to work culminating in Spider-Man using the Gauntlet to erase the entire adventure from history, with only he and Thanos remembering what took place.[6] Collected editions The series has been collected into an single volume: Infinity Gauntlet (collects Infinity Gauntlet limited series, 256 pages, softcover, March 2000, ISBN 0-87135-944-8, December 2004, ISBN 0-7851-0892-0, July 2006, ISBN 0-7851-2349-0, hardcover August 2010, ISBN 0-7851-4549-4) In other media Film The Infinity Gauntlet at Comic Con 2010 The Infinity Gauntlet appears in the film Thor in Odin's treasure vault.[7] During the 2010 Comic Con, Marvel unveiled the Infinity Gauntlet on the showcase floor. Television The Infinity Gauntlet appears in The Super Hero Squad Show. The effort to create and use it is the focus of multiple episodes. Video games Capcom released two video games based on the events of the Infinity Gauntlet storyline, Marvel Super Heroes and Marvel Super Heroes: War of the Gems. The Infinity Gauntlet appears in Marvel Super Hero Squad: The Infinity Gauntlet. References ^ O'Neil, Patrick Daniel. "Spotlight: War of the Gods," David Anthony Kraft's Comics Interview #104 (1991), pp. 21-35. Cover title: "Pérez Quits DC!" ^ The Infinity Gauntlet #2 (1991) ^ What If? #49 (May 1993) ^ What If? #104 (Jan. 1998) ^ What If? Newer Fantastic Four #1 (Feb. 2009) ^ Richard George & Jesse Schedeen (2010-04-16). "The Avengers vs. The Infinity Gauntlet Once More". Comics.ign.com. http://comics.ign.com/articles/108/1084164p1.html. Retrieved 2010-09-30.  ^ Phil Pirrello (2010-07-25). "SDCC 10: Marvel's Secret Weapon". Movies.ign.com. http://movies.ign.com/articles/110/1108431p1.html. Retrieved 2010-09-17.  External links The Infinity Gauntlet at the Appendix to the Handbook of the Marvel Universe Infinity Gauntlet at the Grand Comics Database Infinity Gauntlet (storyline) at the Comic Book DB v · d · eMarvel Comics crossover event chronology 1980s Contest of Champions (June 1982) · Secret Wars (May 1984) · Secret Wars II (July 1985) · The Evolutionary War (1988) · Inferno (October 1988) · Atlantis Attacks (1989) · Acts of Vengeance (December 1989) 1990s The Infinity Gauntlet (July 1991) · Operation: Galactic Storm (March 1992) · Infinity War (June 1992) · Infinity Crusade (June 1993) · Age of Apocalypse (1995) · Onslaught (May 1996) · Heroes Reborn (1996) 2000s Maximum Security (December 2000) · Infinity Abyss (August 2002) · Secret War (February 2004) · Avengers Disassembled (August 2004) · House of M (August 2005) · Annihilation (March 2006) · Civil War (July 2006) · World War Hulk (July 2007) · Annihilation: Conquest (August 2007) · Secret Invasion (June 2008) · Dark Reign (December 2008)  · War of Kings (March 2009) 2010s Siege (January 2010)  · Realm of Kings (January 2010) · The Heroic Age (May 2010) · The Thanos Imperative (July 2010) · Shadowland (September 2010) · Chaos War (October 2010) · Fear Itself (March 2011) · Spider-Island (June 2011) v · d · eThanos Creator Jim Starlin Storylines The Thanos Quest · The Infinity Gauntlet · Infinity War · Infinity Crusade · Infinity Abyss · The End · Annihilation · "The Thanos Imperative" Team affiliations Death · Gamora · Infinity Watch · Mephisto · Secret Defenders Related items Cosmic Cube · Heart of the Universe · Infinity Gems (and the Infinity Gauntlet) Other Media War of the Gems  • Silver Surfer (1998 TV series)  • The Super Hero Squad Show Related articles Titan · Starfox v · d · eSilver Surfer Creators Stan Lee • Jack Kirby Supporting characters Adam Warlock • Air-Walker • Alicia Masters • Drax the Destroyer • Fantastic Four • Eternals • Firelord • Galactus • Infinity Watch • Mantis • Nova • Nova (Frankie Raye) • Pip the Troll • Shalla-Bal • Stardust Villains Annihilus • Champion of the Universe • Doctor Doom • Elders of the Universe • Ego the Living Planet • Galactus • Kree • Mephisto • Morg • Nebula • Red Shift • Skrulls • Stranger • Terrax • Thanos • Tyrant Group Affiliation Defenders • Herald of Galactus • The Order Titles & Storylines Annihilation • Fantastic Four • The Galactus Trilogy • Heroes Reborn • The Infinity Gauntlet • Ultimate Fantastic Four • Silver Surfer Other Media Fantastic Four (1967 TV series) • Video game • Fantastic Four (1994 TV series) • Silver Surfer (1998 TV series) • Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer • The Super Hero Squad Show • Silver Surfer See also Power Cosmic • Supreme Intelligence • Zenn-La • Surfing with the Alien • The Power Cosmic