The Heroes Of Avengers and their Friends have continued to protect the Global world from Enemies of Another World too large for any one hero to handle, a new threat has started from the universe Global: Thanos. A despot of intergalactic infamy, his aim is to collect all Infinity Diamonds, unbelievable Spiritual power, and use them to inflict his twisted will on all of reality. Everything the Avengers have fought for has led up to this moment - the life of universe and existence itself has never been more uncertain
Major Spoilers Ahead
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has been ten years in the making, and with each entry in the series, the mythology gets a little bit denser. For fans, much of the fun comes from hunting Easter eggs, noticing nods to the comics, and spotting hidden connections between characters.
A heck of a lot happens in Infinity War, and you might have been too distracted by the barrage of dead superheroes on screen to notice little details, like ...
The secret plans of Doctor Strange
Doctor Strange has an odd turnaround in the story that seems to go against the grain of his character; before the fight with Thanos, Strange looks into numerous future outcomes of their battle, and out of millions of failures saw only one scenario in which they triumphed. Then, he warns Tony Stark and Peter Parker that he will happily sacrifice both of their lives in exchange for the safety of the universe.But when Thanos threatens to end Tony’s life, Strange hands over the Time Stone without fuss. You could attribute this to Strange being a hero, but to be frank, Strange really isn’t all that nice - he’s a “big picture” kind of guy. It just doesn’t make sense for him to give up the entire universe in exchange for someone he barely knows, and doesn’t even like all that much. Thanos even taunts Strange for never using the Time Stone as a defense, and it is indeed peculiar that he doesn’t - it’s by far the most powerful weapon in his arsenal. And Strange is known to mess with time, playing with different outcomes to get his desired result. Lastly, Strange’s dying words are, “this was the only way.” This likely meant that failure was the only path to victory, and Strange alone understood it. To eventually defeat Thanos, the universe was going to have to take one for the team. And let's be real - all those dead, immensely popular (and profitable) Avengers aren’t staying dead for long; time travel is going to have to bring these guys back to the box office. Peter’s death triggered his Spider-Sense It was rather alarming, to say the least, to watch so many beloved characters die in succession; Infinity War is basically Disney’s version of the Red Wedding. And the most emotional death, by far, was Peter Parker’s; while the others quietly faded into ash, Peter puts up … more of a fuss. This is foreshadowed at the start of the alien invasion, when we see the hairs on Peter’s arm standing up, indicating his Spider-Sense is active. Thus, when the Thanos’ death spell hits him, Peter tells Stark he “feels funny,” which is surely his Spider-Sense tingling for the final time, before he dies in the arms of his father figure.