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Marvel Studios released the first glimpse of the movie Avengers: Infinity War to the public along with information about Thanos, the main antagonist, and his plan in the film. Marvel fans are excited for the upcoming movie, but also saddened when they realize their beloved superheroes might perish in these films if the directors stay true to the comics. How will this affect viewers who have grown up watching these superheroes and lead into a new era of superheroes?

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  1. Brandon Rondeau on February 24th, 2017 7:58 am

    Comics themselves have evolved since their debut, and the films have as well. Avengers: Age of Ultron and Captain America: Civil War were both based off of comic events, but were scaled down for film audiences. I have no doubt that director Joss Whedon will do the same for Avengers: Infinity War.

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  2. anonymous on February 24th, 2017 9:05 am

    I think that the viewers who did not read the comics, but grew up with the movies, will not take it well. However, I do not think that many main characters will die. In the comics, Steve rogers dies at the end of the civil war story line, and is replaced by Bucky Barnes, but this did not happen in the movies. the comics also had the entire marvel lineup, including some super villains, fighting in civil war.

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