Gamora and Nebula will more than likely be reunited with their brothers and sisters in Avengers: Infinity War. The Children of Thanos who still stand beside the Mad Titan will look to cause death and mayhem as they help their father secure the coveted Infinity Stones. We get our best look at some of the Mad Titan’s children on the cover of German magazine, Panini Vorschau.
You can see Thanos front and center with the Infinity Gauntlet. In the top right corner is Proxima Midnight. We got our first real look at her in the Avengers: Infinity War trailer. She throws a spear at a figure shrouded in shadows, which many believe is Captain America. Although several leaked images gave us a much better look at her in action. Opposite Proxima Midnight above Thanos to the left is Ebony Maw. Ebony Maw looks to play an important role in collecting the Infinity Stones as he was seen attacking Doctor Strange in order to get the Time Stone. Directly above Thanos appears to be Black Dwarf from the comics. Many believe his character will have a name change in the movie and will go by Cull Obsidian another name for the Black Order in the comics. There is one member of the Black Order missing from the cover and that is Corvus Glaive. There haven’t been any official shots of Glaive yet, although we suspect he is the one pulling the Mind Stone from Vision in the first trailer.
Along with the Black Order are a number of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s heroes including Doctor Strange, Black Panther, Spider-Man, Gamora, Nebula, Captain America, Hulk, Scarlet Witch, Rocket Raccoon, Star-Lord, Groot, Drax, Black Widow, and Iron Man. Also featured is Thor, who does not have an eye patch. This is extremely curious since Thor most definitely has an eye patch at the end of Thor: Ragnarok and was seen with an eye patch in the first official trailer. However, in the newly released Super Bowl spot he appears to not have his eye patch as he rides on a vehicle with Rocket Raccoon only to have it again later in the TV spot.
This cover is an homage to George Perez’s iconic cover on Infinity Gauntlet #1.
Avengers: Infinity War debuts on May 4, 2018.