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Quote1 He may truly be this universe's sole hope for salvation. And I must kill Adam in order to gain Mistress Death's love. Quote2
-- Thanos

Appearing in "Typhoid's Kiss (Part 3) - Over Exposed"Edit

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Synopsis for "Typhoid's Kiss (Part 3) - Over Exposed"Edit

Logan and Mary Walker must infiltrate a renegade mind control project to collect evidence of government dirtywork.

Appearing in "Menace of the Mad Abbot"Edit

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Synopsis for "Menace of the Mad Abbot"Edit

Iron Fist is drawn to an abandoned church. He finds Thanademos casting a spell to raise and control comatose mummies. Iron Fist fights the abbot's followers and mummies, and stops Thanademos from escaping.

Appearing in "Return of the Braineaters (Part 5) - Roadkill"Edit

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  • Billy Baldwin

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Synopsis for "Return of the Braineaters (Part 5) - Roadkill"Edit

Dan Ketch awakens inside a sewer, after being rescued by Werewolf. Meanwhile, Lupe instigates a fight among the Braineaters in order to help their hostage escape. Scuzz kills her in retaliation. Dan finds Lupe dying, transforms into Ghost Rider, and attacks Scuzz.

Appearing in "I, Thanos (Part 4) - Betrayal"Edit

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Synopsis for "I, Thanos (Part 4) - Betrayal"Edit

Thanos sees a vision of Mistress Death. She asks him to kill Adam Warlock in exchange for her eternal love. Thanos returns to his body and aims his weapons at Warlock. However, he doubts whether he can trust Mistress Death, and if he actually met her at all. He changes his mind, and deactivates the weapons.

  • The fourth story takes place during Infinity War #3. It is reprinted in comics and books, see references for info.[1]


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