Here’s The Stunning Connection Between Guardians of the Galaxy And Infinity War

A new major news has come up relating to the plotline of Avengers: Infinity War. This news would have immense implications and reasons to why and how the Guardians of the Galaxy could end up on Terra, i.e. Earth.

As the film, Avengers: Infinity War, is under production right now, we got a few glimpses of the War between Thanos and the earth’s strongest heroes through various set photos. These set photos and videos revealed the characters from the Avengers Comic-book Storyline would have a substantial part in the movie as the lieutenants or horsemen or henchmen of the Mad Titan.

The prop weapons that were used by the actors in the set photos and the motion capture suits and gear hinted that Proxima Midnight and Corvus Glaive will be among the ones who are a part of Thanos’ army that will wage war against the superheroes of Earth.

In the comics, these two are just lackeys of Thanos, evil individuals that help Thanos in his mission to obtain all the Infinity Stones in the Infinity comic storyline.

According to the new news that has surfaced, these two characters are more than just significant allies. These two goons are actually the children of the Mad Titan. So they actually turn out to be the siblings of two of the Guardians of the Galaxy, Gamora, and Nebula.

In Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, the siblings of the sisters were mentioned very briefly, so this might indicate this news to be true. Though in the movie the implications held for the future movies were unclear and now we might have got the answer to that.

infinity warThis will actually provide more motivation to the evil plan of Thanos and will drive the Guardians of the Galaxy to fight the children of Thanos and the Mad Titan himself. Though, the news that has come out has not been confirmed by Marvel Studios as they have been very secretive about their plans and production.

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