Marvel is teasing readers with a new image of Thanos holding the Cosmic Cube.

Pencils and Cover by MARK BAGLEY
With the Mad Titan, Thanos, out of the reach from Earth’s Mightiest – his quest for power and domination over the Marvel Universe continues in Avengers Assemble #7! But the Avengers won’t go down without a fight, and courtesy of Brian Michael Bendis and Mark Bagley, they’re bringing the Guardians of the Galaxy with them! But can even their combined strength defeat Thanos with a cosmic cube in his possession?

Avengers Assemble #7 arrives September 12, 2012.

via Marvel

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  1. TaZ
    July 24, 2012 at 1:02 pm — Reply

    Um….. I know I’m showing my age here but haven’t we already done this Thanos/Cosmic Cube thing way back during the Jim Starlin era?

  2. Ashen
    July 24, 2012 at 1:54 pm — Reply

    Basically what we will see in The Avengers 2.

  3. gilberto nieves
    July 24, 2012 at 2:13 pm — Reply

    infinity gauntlet or cosmic cube? ummm, that’s like trading a machine gun for a crossbow. the cube’s powerful but it’s a huge downgrade from the gauntlet.

  4. Gibralter
    July 24, 2012 at 7:48 pm — Reply

    How’d he get out of the cancerverse? Oh what Bendis is writing so Luke Cage probably punched him out.

    • TaZ
      July 25, 2012 at 12:06 pm — Reply

      Since Mar-Vell made an appearance in the AvX storyline they had to let Thanos out to give equal time.

  5. Dravis
    July 25, 2012 at 1:50 pm — Reply

    If we can just get past all this Thanos and Darkseid crap… since the ’70s!!!
    I thought I was bored with Kang and Dr. Doom before these two came into the picture… WAY too often.
    How many times do we have to go thru this crap?!?
    None of “King Kirby’s” titles sold for shit back in the ’70s…
    Yet, here is ol’ granite face remains the main bad guy in every other comic.
    (Not to mention the cartoons and cartoon movies.)
    What a waste of time and talent.

    • Will
      July 26, 2012 at 10:51 pm — Reply

      Yes it is debatable that Kirby’s books for DC were poor sellers there is some controversy and the accounting process (pre direct market) was more of an art than a science. But it is a testament to Kirby’s genius that many of today’s creators use Kirby’s creations and derivatives like Thanos (which Starlin admits is his version of Darkseid). One could also say that it is a testament to modern creator’s lack of imagination to use the same characters so often.

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