As the last movie of Phase III will feature an Infinity war in Marvel Cinematic Universe, many fans have speculated that one major character will soon enter Marvel. And That character is Adam Warlock. Warlock is a genetically engineered being who is one of the most powerful to exist in Marvel. He is the character to bring a change in Infinity Gauntlet and Infinity War comics so basically a very important character. MCU may be holding out on fans and including the hero without their knowledge. Here are the hints to prove it:
Adam Warlock was born or re-emerged after being cooped up in a cocoon in the comics. There was a cocoon in the first Guardians of the Galaxy that broke open after the Power stone diminished The Collector’s base. The cocoon was also first seen in the mid-credits scene of Thor: The Dark Lord. James Gunn, the director of Guardians has alluded to answering any questions that deal with the topic. So what does it mean Marvel?
The Soul Stone:
The Soul Stone is the only stone that has yet to be seen in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. In the comics, the Soul Gem(as it is called) is embedded in Adam Warlock’s forehead. The gem has the super power of absorbing souls into it and trapping them in the Soul World. Vision is a character which has the Mind Stone embedded on his forehead as well, but there has been no indication that it will relate to Warlock, although Vision does not have the stone on his head in the comics.With Thor: Ragnarok just a few months away, will Warlock appear as a key player in retrieving the Stone from Hela and Loki?
The Fault was a major event in Marvel Comics. It was born when Black Bolt, King of the Inhumans used a huge bomb to stop an ongoing war. The blast created a tear in the universe that threatened to tear all of space and time until Adam Warlock sacrificed his life to stop the growth of The Fault. In Thor: The dark world, Dr. Eric Selvig wrote down the words The Fault while explaining the importance of the Alignment. This may be an indication of what’s to come or maybe it’s just an homage, but given Marvel’s history, its hard t leave everything up to chance.
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