Ever since the final trailer came out for Avengers Infinity War fans have largely speculated that the third Avengers movie will have enough twists and turns to put Game of Thrones to shame. Be it the torture of Doctor Steven Strange or the menacing destruction of Wakandan armies, the fans rile in anticipation as April 27th draws near. We hope to see the Thanos that we have come to hate so much over the years in the comics, and we wish that the heroes will win. Although the fans know that such a victory won’t be without loss.
Thanos is a threat unlike any other ever faced by the Avengers or any other superhero in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The Mad Titan is ruthless, he has ended civilizations without flinching. Thanos operates with nigh unlimited strength, that is the reason that even without the infinity stones, the Mad Titan holds enough brute strength to annihilate every last member of the Avengers.
The only reason why Avengers Infinity War is so highly anticipated is because even though fans know that the Heroes should win, they fear that they won’t. It might be in the realm of possibility to anticipate a series reboot by Marvel at this point, perhaps something related to the power of the infinity gauntlet itself. Regardless, the point of this discussion is that the battle of the earth is not Thanos’ first battle. No sir. You see, according to Thanos, it is his last.
The mad Titan thinks ahead. He has lived all his life in a way making sure that he is always two steps ahead than his opponent. The tyrannical nature of Thanos as it might exist, does not overshadow the mad Titan’s immense intellect and does not equate to Thanos’ evil Sid becoming reckless or cocky. He is a general, a ruler of the most nefarious beings of the universe and a being that openly courts the personification of death.
The scale on which Thanos operates is utterly mind-boggling when we compare to the Avengers, the dispute and conflict created by Ultron seem futile and unnecessary in the grand scheme of things. What I ask of you, I’d to look at the entirety of the information provided to you and choose to see the truth that has existed for so long. Do you see it? No?
Loki’s always been just a pawn in Thanos’ grand plan.
Before I start barraging you with predictions and far-fetched connections let me lay down the facts for your scrutiny. Loki is the rightful heir to the realm of the frost giants, the frozen wasteland of Nifelheim and the son and heir to King Lauri of the frost giants. He was taken to Asgard by the All-Father Odin, former king of Asgard and the ruler of Gods. Odin raised the young frost giant like his own child, giving him e same status as Thor and providing him with a legitimate claim to the throne. However, Loki’s hubris and selfish nature made him unfit for an administration role. The entire rule should not go to a psychopath, Odin knew that, even though the psychopath had not manifested inside
Tom Hiddleston’s Loki as of now but the throne would suit him ill. There were better places to use Loki’s skills, that’s what Odin wanted, for Thor to rule with his strength and Loki to advise the new king with his cunning and limitless knowledge of both magic and politics. However, the events of Thor substantiated the character of Loki as a villain, or rather an anti-hero to Thor’s overbearing strength. The Marvel cinematic universe has often teased us with the infinite lifespan of the Gods in their universe. After the end of Thor, however, Loki somehow ends up in the clutches of Thanos and only resurfaces during the events of Marvel’s The Avengers.
In The Avengers, we meet a Loki that has completely gone Dark side. Where his inclinations and actions were first motivated by the charm of Asgard’s throne, now it seemed that Loki only craved destruction and subjugation. Was that the reason why the Mad Titan gave Loki an army of the Chittauri along with the mind stone scepter. So that the homeless God can claim a civilization and a planet for himself. From right under his brother’s nose. But wait, we have discussed this before. The facts are not that simple. Thanos gave a psychopath the mind stone.
Why would the mad Titan make such a reckless move. The answer is simple, because the ruler tyrant of the dark quadrant was simply moving a sacrificial pawn in place when he sent Loki to earth. The mad Titan never wanted Loki to win. The purpose of the New York battle was twofold. The first, to assess the power of the God of Thunder that the God of mischief talked about and the second to create a distraction.
A distraction for what? You ask. The answer has been right here all along. The chittauri attack was a diversion for a clandestine infiltration.
Before I lay the extent of the theory let me tell you, the general public, something that only the comic fans know. The chittauri are more than just mere foot soldiers in Thanos’ army. The mad Titan commands a battle force aboard the sanctuary 2 and he holds Dominion over a considerable amount of magic and strength. The Chittauri, for example, have the ability to shapeshift.
Does the entire picture become clear now?
Hold on. There is more.
During the events of first five seasons of Agents of SHIELD, we have seen the SHIELD team lead by Agent Phil Coulson encounter a race of beings known as the Skrull. The Skrull, as of now, is a jointly owned intellectual property right by fox and Disney. The Skrull are a warrior race in the Marvel multiverse and also have the ability to shapeshift.
The entire theory revolves around this power of the Skrulls and the Chittauri. Basically, the premise is that Thanos used Loki and the mind stone to create a massive distraction in the way of a psuedo invasion of New York. This let Thanos not only to judge the power of the Earth’s mightiest warriors ( puny and laughable ) and to create a massive distraction that would allow the secret invasion and the real plan of the mad Titan to take it’s course.
What the theory suggests is that Loki’s defeat had always been imminent, not only that, the defeat was inevitable and essential. Thanos wanted the Asgardian God of mischief to lose and h wanted the Avengers to show their strength. The Mad Titan wanted his opponents complacent and overconfident, he wanted them to think that they could win all the while the ruler of the dark quadrant monitored their growth with Chittauri spies and their shapeshifting abilities. The Mad Titan prepared for the real war that was to come.
The Avengers Infinity War and the fight for the fate of the universe. Do we honestly know that there are no Chittauri on earth now? Lying in Thanos’ wait? We only recently saw the implications of Chittauri technology in Spider-Man Homecoming. It might be very interesting to see the Chittauri soldiers to finally come out of the shadows in Avengers Infinity War.
Avengers Infinity War will hit the theaters worldwide on April 27, 2018. The cast is impeccable as some of the biggest names are part of the project including Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man), Chris Evans (Captain America), Sebastian Stan (Winter soldier), Chris Pratt (Starlord), Chris Hemsworth (Thor), Idris Elba (Heimdall), Tom Hiddleston (Loki), Dave Bautista (Drax), Pom Klementieff (Mantis), Mark Ruffalo (Hulk), Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow), Samuel Jackson (Nick Fury), Cobie Smulders (Mariah Hill), Jeremy Reiner (Hawkeye), Benedict Wong (Wong), Benedict Cumberbatch (Dr. Strange), Tom Holland (Spiderman), Letitia Wright (Shuri), Chadwick Boseman (Black Panther), Paul Rudd (Ant-Man), Elizabeth Olsen (Scarlett Witch), Paul Bettany (Vision), Bradley Cooper (Rocket Raccoon), Vin Diesel (Groot), Zoe Saldana (Gamora), Karen Gillan (Nebula), Josh Brolin (Thanos).