Oh Snap: 25 Memes Only People Who Have Seen Infinity War Will Get

infinity war memes

When talking about Avengers: Infinity War, what can we say that won't give away spoilers? We can definitively tell you that Steve Rogers has a beard. That's about all we can discuss. If you're in a room with people that haven't seen the movie yet, kindly ask them to leave, because we're about to cover all of the shocking and sad moments that Infinity War has to offer, but we're doing it though the visual power of memes! This article is all about SPOILERS, so don't read on any further if you don't want the movie ruined for you!

Some of these memes are so funny you'll laugh yourself out of existence! Some of these other memes remind you of such sad events as Spider-Man dying in Iron Man's arms as well as the sacrifice of Gamora by Thanos to obtain the Soul Stone. Every single one of these memes offers a humorous, sad, insightful moment in Infinity War that you may not have thought about, but we also assure you that every single one of these suckers contains spoilers so you've been warned yet again! Here are 25 memes only people that have seen Avengers: Infinity War will get.


Fans were curious as to why Hawkeye was missing from trailers for Avengers: Infinity War. Behind the scenes production photos not only depicted Jeremy Renner walking to set, but upon closer examination of his footwear had people wondering if Clint Barton was going to appear as Hawkeye or as his alternate identity of Ronin. Ronin was the identity Barton assumed after the crossover Civil War (the comic book, not the third sequel to Captain America: The First Avenger). Thanks to a quick line delivered by Natasha Romanoff, we learned Hawkeye was done playing superhero when he took a deal with the government to protect his family.

Turns out a lot of the fan theories that floated around regarding Hawkeye were completely wrong. No, he was not off forming the West Coast Avengers or off in space trying to contact the Silver Surfer, he simply was not in the movie. In Thor: Ragnarok, Bruce Banner tries to convince Thor that he's more valuable to him than the Hulk. Thor disagrees and the above meme uses that moment from the movie to poke fun at fans that swore Hawkeye was in Avengers: Infinity War with a game-changing role that would help the heroes defeat Thanos.


Thor may not be the smartest member of the Avengers but he certainly isn't the dumbest. Let's be clear: the man is not perfect and has made his share of mistakes. In his first movie which premiered in 2011 Thor was stripped of his powers as well as his ability to lift Mjolnir. His father felt that his son needed to learn humility and once he became worthy again, he was able to pick up his hammer and defeat Loki. In Avengers: Infinity War, Thor is found in space by members of the Guardians of the Galaxy and finds himself making a hilarious but fairly dumb mistake.

Upon seeing the members of the Guardians of the Galaxy, Thor is rightfully confused. Quickly everyone comes to an understanding and Thor along with Rocket Raccoon and Teen Groot go to Nidavellir to construct a weapon to kill Thanos. Along the journey, however, Thor keeps referring to Rocket not as a raccoon but as a rabbit. Does Thor not know what a rabbit is? Perhaps it's a mistake due to the fact that Thor only has one eye after being partially blinded in battle by his sister, Hela. Either way, if you didn't like Rocket when you thought he was a rabbit, then you can't love him when you find out he's a raccoon. Something like that.

23 T.H.A.N.O.S.

Before Avengers: Infinity War came out, fans were desperately looking for clues amongst the Marvel movies that might explain where the Soul Stone could be found. Infinity War revealed it to be on the planet Vormir, which dismissed such theories that it was in Heimdall or that it was going to be found by Ant Man in the Quantum Realm in Ant Man and the Wasp. Some fans were certain that the location of the Soul Stone could be found in the very name of Thanos, with every letter of his name revealing the location/name of each stone. This is why some thought that the Soul Stone was with Heimdall (representing the H in his name).

The above meme shows that most of the theory was true. For example the Time Stone was in the Eye of Agamotto, which was a Necklace sometimes around the neck of Doctor Strange. The Mind Stone, although with The Vision, was originally in the Scepter of Loki and was used in the first Avengers movie to brainwash Clint Barton. Unfortunately the Soul Stone was on Vormir, but to make it fit with the rest of Thanos's name, the meme makes reference to the sacrifice of Gamora by Thanos to obtain the Stone. Looks like the theory now works!


The Marvel Cinematic Universe has been around since Iron Man premiered in May of 2008. We've had many years to see our favorite characters evolve and watch their story arcs progress. Thor went from a brash warrior in Thor to the leader of the Asgardian people in Thor: Ragnarok. Tony Stark started out as an arms dealer and evolved into a person who sought to protect humanity not through weapons but through innovations in technology. Avengers: Infinity War was a sad movie because, thanks to Thanos, many of the things built over the years were reduced to dust. Literally.

Gamora didn't die in glorious battle; she was killed when thrown off a cliff by her adoptive father. Thanks to the Time Stone, we watched the Vision die twice. Spider-Man died in Tony's arms saying that he was scared and didn't want to go. Watching characters like T'Challa turn into literal dust was quite shocking to see. It's okay to admit if you cried after watching the movie. Did we cry? No, we just had some dust in our eyes. That dust was from the remains of the Scarlet Witch after she disappeared. Okay, now we're crying. Thanks a lot!


Avengers: Infinity War is loosely based not on the Marvel crossover event not of the same name, but on the series that came before Infinity War entitled Infinity Gauntlet. In the comic, a similar event occurs in which Thanos snaps his fingers and half of the universe disappears. In the comics, the event is shocking but it is also quick. In a flash, people disappear with those remaining looking on in shock as the person they were just with vanished without a trace. In Avengers: Infinity War, those that are victims of Thanos and his endgame don't simply disappear, they dramatically turn to ash and vanish into the wind.

The above meme has no chill and goes directly into beast mode, claiming that the gray pile of ash is not the remains of a campfire but is in fact a new form of cosplay involving Spider-Man. By that logic, it also suspiciously looks like the cosplay for Nick Fury, The Falcon, Scarlet Witch, T'Challa, Peter Quill and Drax. Will all of the deaths be reversed in Avengers 4, or will the newest Halloween costume be piles of ash on the street? How will they go door to door to get candy? Think of the children!


Thor, along with Groot and Rocket Rabbit (do you want to correct Thor?) go to Nidavellir to forge a weapon mighty enough to defeat Thanos. Thanks to the help of the Asgardian Dwarf Eitri and Groot, Thor creates a new weapon called Stormbreaker. Thor uses this new weapon to call upon the Bifrost to transport them to Wakanda, where they turn the tide and do significant damage to the Outriders, the foot soldiers of Thanos attacking the Wakandan defending forces. Thor throws Stormbreaker and it hits his target: a direct blow to the chest of Thanos. What we think are the dying last words of Thanos are actually words to taunt the God of Thunder: "You should have gone for the head."

Audiences were aghast: a villain couldn't win, especially in a Marvel/Disney movie! Would the outcome have been different if Thanos had decapitated Thanos with Stormbreaker, instead of embedding his weapon into the Mad Titan's chest? Was Thanos mortally wounded or was he faking it just to mess with Thor (as well as the rest of the audience)? Either way, the meme sums up what the audience felt: everyone's cheers turned into silent shock once Thanos snapped his fingers.


At the end of Infinity War, a peculiar title popped up that surprised audiences: "Thanos will return." Why would the film want us to know about the return of Thanos? What about the return of all of the other heroes that died at the end of the film? After watching a James Bond film, it doesn't say Spectre will return, it says that the hero of the film James Bond will return! Does this emphasize the important role that Thanos, not the Avengers, will play in Avengers 4? Does Thanos have to return to undo all of the damage that he did to the universe? Most importantly, what does Drake have to say about all of this?

Know your meme! Drakeposting is a meme taken from the rapper dancing in his 2015 R&B hit single Hotline Bling. The first frame normally depicts something Drake dislikes with the second frame showing his approval over the new choice. We agree with Drake fully on this one: we want to see all of the Avengers return, and by return, we mean brought back from the oblivion that Thanos had sent them to. Does Drake have any pull with Thanos? Perhaps Drake is actually the One-Above-All -- what Marvel considers its Apex Supreme Being, who can undo the deaths in Infinity War? Thanos used to call us on our cell phone...


Avengers: Infinity War was written by Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely. The writers are Marvel veterans after writing all three Captain America films, the Agent Carter television series, the second sequel to Thor, and both sequels to Avengers: Age of Ultron. Considering their familiarity and longevity with the characters, it makes sense that Markus and McFeely would write the film that unites pretty much every Marvel character that has appeared on the big screen. James Gunn did contribute lines of dialogue for the Guardians of the Galaxy characters in Infinity War. Is it possible that George R.R. Martin might be responsible for what happened in IW?

Of course not, but it certainly feels that way, no? George R.R. Martin, writer of Game of Thrones, has an awful habit of killing off major characters in his stories. Ned Stark, played by Sean Bean, doesn't make it past season one. Most of the Stark family was also killed off in season three during an event known as the Red Wedding. Given all of the fan favorite characters that meet their end in Avengers: Infinity War, you would think that the movie was actually written by Martin himself. Does that mean Hawkeye is the Three-Eyed Raven?


The Distracted Boyfriend meme first appeared in early 2017. It originally was a stock photo that depicted a boyfriend who, while walking with his girlfriend, has his attention grabbed by a girl in a red dress walking by. Although an alternate version of this photo appeared in October 2017 in which the girlfriend while walking with her boyfriend was distracted by an attractive man passing by, it never caught the same infamy as the original version. Thanks to the popularity of Infinity War, we have a Thanos take on the popular meme.

In this Infinity War version, we see Thanos walking down the street with Gamora (note how wonderfully awful the photoshopping is of the heads on the bodies). Instead of an attractive girl walking by grabbing the attention of Thanos, it's a girl whose head has been replaced with the Soul Stone. The implication in this meme is that Thanos is so taken by the Soul Stone that he's going to take Gamora and throw her off of a cliff just so he can get it (which is what he does in the movie). We don't know what you see in her, Thanos! She doesn't even have a neck!


So far, 2017 has been a great year for both Marvel and Disney. Black Panther premiered in February of 2018 and then Infinity War came out two months later. Both movies, as of May 2018, have together earned over $2 billion world wide. Fans and critics alike praised Michael B. Jordan's portrayal of Killmonger, saying he was a complex villain that challenged the protagonist to do better. Once people got to see Infinity War, fans also praised Josh Brolin's portrayal of Thanos, saying his turn as a villain was both powerful and memorable. Which villain was better: Killmonger or Thanos? Why not both?

In this meme above we have an amazing Photoshop which blends Thanos together with Killmonger. Both are antagonists that created massive change in the lives of their protagonist counterparts. They were both successful in their life long goals: Killmonger returned to Wakanda and became for a short time its king, while Thanos was able to gain all six Infinity Stones and caused an end to half of the life in the universe. So in the above meme, are we looking at Thanos dressed like Killmonger, or are we looking at a Killmonger who has been turned into the Mad Titan?


Drax the Destroyer was introduced to audiences in Guardians of the Galaxy when it made its debut in August 2014. Drax was a funny character not because he told jokes; it was his literal nature that made him so funny. He didn't get analogies or plays on words, so when he misunderstood something, people found themselves laughing at him as opposed to with him. In Avengers: Infinity War, Drax takes on a new role: that of an unintentional philosopher. Who knew that Drax would be blowing everyone's minds in the Avengers sequel?

While on Titan, Iron Man and Spider-Man are mistakingly attacked by members of the Guardians of the Galaxy. There is a standoff in which Quill holds a gun to Spidey's head, while Iron Man has Drax on the ground with his repulsor beams pointed at him. Quill demands to know where his teammate is, asking Tony where is Gamora. Not knowing who she is, Tony barks back asking who is Gamora? Drax, wanting to participate, chimes in by asking "Why is Gamora?" Although a bit random, it accidentally offers some philosophical insight into Gamora's role, her sacrifice in gaining the Soul Stone, as well as the odd need of Thanos wanting to protect young Gamora from the harshness of the world she was on. Drax is a lot deeper than anyone thought! Mind blown!


Did anyone else feel like Spider-Man's death scene felt like it took longer than other characters dying? Perhaps his Spider-Sense alerted him much earlier to the fact that he was going to disappear, or perhaps we were just profoundly sad to see Spidey go. In a hostile, foreign environment, Spider-Man died unceremoniously in Tony Stark's arms. Spider-Man: Homecoming 2 is slated to hit the theatres July 2019, so if Peter Parker is dead is he going to get resurrected before his movie? Will he remain dead and have Miles Morales take on the mantle of Spider-Man? Hopefully answers will be provided in Avengers 4, which is scheduled to come out 3 months before the Homecoming sequel.

In the above meme, we take a look at the 2002 version of Spider-Man directed by Sam Raimi and starring Tobey Maguire. In the film, Uncle Ben (played by Cliff Robertson) is shot to death by a criminal that Peter Parker failed to stop from robbing the wrestling match he had just participated in. The robber shot Uncle Ben then ran away. Similar to IW, Uncle Ben died in Peter Parker's arms unceremoniously in a hostile environment. Here in this meme, instead of a bullet taking Uncle Ben away from Peter, it's an act from Thanos' Infinity Gauntlet.


Before Avengers: Infinity War came out, the Russo Brothers posted a message on their Twitter account, asking those that saw the movie early to not give away any spoilers to those that had yet to see it. In this day and age, it's very easy to spoil a film on social networking when you're making a post on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc. Besides hiding in a cave and avoiding the internet altogether, people often have to be reminded of internet etiquette and write the word SPOILER at the beginning of their post as to not ruin the experience for those not yet in the know.

In Infinity War, while on the planet Titan, Doctor Strange uses the Time Stone to look into the future and see what the chances are that the heroes can beat Thanos. Strange is exhausted after looking at over 14 million possible futures and only finding one scenario in which the heroes actually win. The meme uses Doctor Strange to rally people to the anti-spoiler cause: even Doctor Strange, after using his Infinity Stone and seeing millions of outcomes, knows not to ruin it for others. It would be great if Strange could have elaborated on that one future timeline that he saw in which Thanos loses! He died before the audience could find out!


In Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi, Luke confronts his father for the last time. Vader examines Luke Skywalker's lightsaber and complements him on his design by saying "I see you have constructed a new lightsaber. Your skills are complete." Luke had finished his training with Jedi Master Yoda and had even accomplished the impressive task of freeing Han Solo and Leia from the clutches of Boba Fett. By also sensing the strength of the Force within his son, Vader deduced that Luke was all done with school and was now ready to put his teaching into practice.

Oddly enough, Thor went on a similar journey. Thor's weapon, Mjolnir, was also gone and needed to be replaced. Thor also needed to go on a hero's journey to make him a more responsible God of Thunder. No, Thor didn't need to go to a Jedi Academy, but his journey was always about being worthy whether that involved his weapon, his teammates or his fellow Asgardians. In Infinity War, Thor travels to Nidavellir to make a weapon powerful enough to defeat Thanos. In the above meme, Darth Vader himself congratulates Thor on his creation of Stormbreaker, which in turn proves his worthiness to have a rematch with Thor and possibly save the universe in the process.


In Infinity War, not only do most of your favorite heroes get killed, they also get tortured as well. In the opening scene, Thanos has boarded the Asgardian ship and has effortlessly defeated everyone that challenged him, including both Loki and the Hulk. Thor is tortured by Thanos until Loki gave up the Tesseract. Vision is also subjected to intense pain when members of the Black Order attempt to extract his Infinity Stone from his forehead while in Scotland with Wanda Maximoff. Doctor Strange swore an oath to protect the Time Stone and even when tortured by Ebony Maw, won't release it from his person. Even Captain America screams in agony as he futilely tries to stop Thanos in a one-on-one battle.

The above meme pokes fun at how much pain and anguish our favorite heroes have to go through in Avengers: Infinity War. Calling the movie AAAAAAvengers sounds like a good idea: even the audience is screaming in agony having to wait a full year until the Untitled Avengers 4 sequel comes out in 2019. So if you find you trying to cover your own pain by saying "I'm not screaming, you're the one screaming!" you might be right, because those screams could be coming from Gamora when she was falling off the cliff or from Groot when he sacrificed his arm to create Stormbreaker. The list goes on and on and on!


Thanos' plan to eliminate half of the universe's population makes him one of the biggest genocidal killers in cinematic history, at yet the Russo Brothers give us a tender side to Thanos that we never expected to see. In Guardians of the Galaxy, we are introduced to Thanos and his two daughters, Gamora and Nebula. His is certainly not a loving father in the traditional sense, but in flashback scenes depicted in Infinity War, we see that believe it or not, he cares and even loves his adopted daughter Gamora. He cries when he has to sacrifice her life in order to obtain the elusive Soul Stone.

In this meme featuring characters from It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia, we see Gamora rejecting Thanos's paternal feelings towards his adoptive daughter. Anyone in their right minds would find suspicious any sort of affection or love coming from the Mad Titan, however, his ability to obtain the Soul Stone by sacrificing Gamora showed that in some way he really did care for her. However, Gamora is smart enough to realize the price she must pay for being loved by Thanos and even tried to take her own life before Thanos turned the knife she tried to stab herself with into bubbles.


How many of you get the references in each photo? Although it's David Tennant in the top left row, it's a reference to Spider-Man being held in Tony's arms, saying he doesn't want to die. The panel to the right shows Spidey (as well as half the universe's population) turned into ash. Although next we see Squidward, it's a reference to Iron Man's nickname for Ebony Maw. Lastly the donut makes reference to the round space ships that Thanos and his henchmen used to travel the galaxy. In the second row, the first image we see of bubbles refers to Peter Quill's failed attempt to kill Gamora, as well as Gamora's failed attempt to stab herself with a knife. That rabbit image refers to what Thor mistook Rocket Raccoon for.

The next image of a multi-armed creature refers to the moment where Doctor Strange cut loose and attacked Thanos with a flurry of magical spells, one of which made his arms repeat when he moved them. Footloose refers to a conversation between Quill and Spider-Man on Titan. The first image in the last row refers to the return of the Red Skull. Peter Dinklage is there because he played Eitri, the dwarf that helps Thor create a new weapon. The photoshopped still image from The Lion King refers to the tragic moment where Thanos sacrifices Gamora to get the Soul Stone. The final image is the moment where Thanos snaps his fingers and does away with half the universe's population.


The Marvel Cinematic Universe has grown significantly over the years and the Marvel presence can also be found on the small screen as well. Such shows as Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Daredevil, Luke Cage, Punisher and more only scratch the surface when it comes to the stories that Marvel has to offer. When Infinity War was announced, many fans wondered just how many heroes would make it into the movie. IW promised characters from different franchises sharing the screen for the first time, but Marvel couldn't put everyone in the movie, could they? Even without the rights to such characters as The X-Men, Namor, Rom and The Fantastic Four, to name a few, Marvel still had plenty of characters to squeeze into a movie.

After seeing Infinity War, fans saw that the members of The Defenders weren't present in the movie. Although Nick Fury was in the film's only post-credit scene, the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. are nowhere to be found. Even though a significant portion of the film is spent in outer space, members of The Inhumans are not present. You know who also didn't make it into the movie? Hawkeye. He is not seen in the movie and is only mentioned once by Black Widow in a conversation. He's a founding member of the Avengers, and you couldn't make room for him? You've got every right to hate on people, Ronin. We mean... Hawkeye.


Avengers vs. Justice League? We could debate Batman versus Captain America, Hulk versus Superman, and Thor versus Martian Manhunter all day, but what isn't in dispute are the numbers. Avengers: Infinity War made more money in its first three days than Justice League did in its entire theatrical run. Avengers: Infinity War also holds the record as being the fastest movie ever to earn $1 billion globally by doing so in 11 days, beating previous record holder Star Wars: The Last Jedi by one day. Besides laughing all the way to the bank, we also have Chris Evans laughing at Ben Affleck.

Clearly they are not in the same room (that is a still from an interview Evans did with Jeremy Renner). It appears in the above meme that Ben Affleck was in fact one of the many unfortunate souls that disappeared when Thanos snapped his fingers at the end of Infinity War. To add insult to injury, Chris Evans is overwhelmed with laughter at the sight of Ben Affleck dissolving into the great unknown. Although it's just a photo, we're pretty sure that if you place your ear to your screen you can hear the Simon & Garfunkel song The Sound of Silence playing in the background.


Infinity War is action-packed, but it's also loaded with lots of character deaths. In the first scene of the film, we see that many of the Asgardians aboard their ship have been killed in Thanos' initial attack. Thanos then comes aboard and not only beats the snot out of the Hulk, he also kills both Heimdall and Loki. We also see at the hands of Thanos the death of his daughter Gamora, the Vision, and half the population of the universe, including Spider-Man, Black Panther, Falcon, Scarlet Witch, Nick Fury and more. Weren't Marvel movies supposed to be fun and the movies in the DC universe supposed to be dark?

There are many memes featuring Leonardo DiCaprio, but the one in particular that is most appropriate is the one from The Great Gatsby, in which he's raising a champagne glass to the camera. After seeing most of our favorite heroes disappear with the snap of Infinity Gauntlet gloved fingers, you best believe we're going to need a stiff drink. In fact, keep those drinks coming because Avengers 4 isn't slated to come out until May 3, 2019. Fortunately, we have Ant Man and the Wasp as well as Captain Marvel to keep us entertained while we wait.


Audiences over the past 10 years have had the pleasure of watching their favorite characters grow. Some franchises, although episodic, don't necessarily show character growth or changes of status. James Bond, for example, hasn't really diverged from his spy roots ever since his first movie Dr. No premiered in May of 1963. Same thing with a character like Jason from the Friday the 13th series. However, Marvel made a point to have characters evolve, often dramatically, from when they first appeared.

The above meme pretends that our heroes can be found in a yearbook, comparing their Freshman year photos to their senior year photos. In their first year, Steve Rogers had yet to take the Super Soldier Serum, Bruce Banner was a scientist trying to control his destructive alter ego, and Thor was the rebellious son of the king of Asgard. In their Senior year, Steve is no longer officially Captain America, Bruce Banner crash-landed on Earth after being stuck as Hulk on a distant planet, and a defeated Thor must find a way to avenge his fallen fellow Asgardians and find a way to stop the Mad Titan Thanos. Looking at these photos side by side puts into perspective all the things these guys have been through over the past 10 years!


Ebony Maw was given the mission by Thanos to obtain the Time Stone from Doctor Strange. When Maw's spaceship arrived in Manhattan, it was spotted by Peter Parker while he was on a school trip. Thanks to his friend Ned providing a distraction, Peter is able to leap off of his school bus, get into his Spider-Man outfit, and assist Iron Man in saving Doctor Strange. Unfortunately, saving Dr. Strange involves going off-planet and Peter was unable to let his Aunt know where he really was going before they left the Earth. So, is Aunt May worried sick that Peter hasn't returned home from his trip?

Keep in mind that at the end of Spider-Man: Homecoming, Aunt May walks into Peter's room and sees him wearing his Spider-Man costume. Perhaps there was an opportunity for Peter to provide a fake explanation explaining simultaneously how he wasn't Spider-Man yet dressed in Spidey's outfit, but it's implied that May uncovered Web-Head's secret identity. If that's the case, then it becomes even more sad when she realizes that he's not on that field trip but is actually in another part of the galaxy. Even sadder still is that she doesn't know how he fought bravely against Thanos. Man, we thought memes were supposed to be funny, not sad!


In Guardians of the Galaxy, The Collector told the Guardians the story of the Infinity Stones. The Stones in the comics have a somewhat different origin as well as a different name. In the Marvel Comics, they are currently referred to as the Infinity Stones to match what they're called in the movies, but initially they were referred to as Gems. Even though there are six of them, at one point all of them were collectively referred to as Soul Gems. It wasn't until the comic series Thanos Quest that Thanos decides to rename them and call them the Infinity Gems, providing an easier name for all of them. However they're currently Infinity Stones. Confused yet?

One person who's not confused is Hank Schrader from the television series Breaking Bad. In the series, Hank is involved in a shootout with the Salamanca Brothers. He is injured and put in a wheelchair. During his recovery, he spends his time collecting minerals; however, his wife Marie keeps referring to them as rocks, which angers Hank immensely. Given his understanding of mineralogy, he might be able to provide insight into the Infinity Stones on Thanos's glove. However, after using didthanoskill.me, we determined that Hank was not around after Thanos snapped his fingers. That's fine; if Hank didn't like Heisenberg, he certainly isn't going to like the Mad Titan.


We are introduced to the members of the Guardians of the Galaxy in Avengers: Infinity War when they answer the distress call of the Asgardian ship from the beginning of the movie. They arrived too late, though; the ship had been destroyed and the coordinates that they arrive at is filled with ship debris and bodies floating throughout space. As luck would have it, the body of Thor smacks solidly against their windshield and they quickly realize he's still alive. They bring him aboard the ship and although he's unconscious, he immediately impresses almost everyone around him. Gamora thinks his muscles are like metal, and Drax describes him as a handsome, muscular angel from space.

All of the complements given to Thor immediately make Star Lord feel jealous. For those that remember the first Guardians of the Galaxy, Peter Quill is shirtless in jail and audiences got to see just how chiseled Chris Pratt had become. However, his fellow Guardians apparently forgot about that scene because all eyes were on Thor. Quill felt threatened and for the rest of the scene tried to lower his voice to even sound as masculine as Thor. Sorry, Star Lord, Thor is in a hot dress and you can't compete... according to the meme.


Avengers: Infinity War, although jam-packed with characters, had wonderful moments in which we get to see characters making sacrifices and putting the needs of others above their own. Black Panther offers the resources of his kingdom to defend the Vision while his Infinity Stone is removed. Spider-Man decides to stay on Ebony Maw's spaceship as it left Earth because he knew Iron Man needed help and Dr. Strange needed saving. Captain America, although no physical match for Thanos, still went toe-to-toe with him because it was the right thing to do. And then there's Peter Quill.

Did Peter Quill really doom the entire universe by attacking Thanos and not helping the rest of the heroes wrestle free the Infinity Gauntlet? Quill's assault jostled Mantis, who had pacified Thanos using her mood-altering powers. Thanos snapped out of his trance and trounced the heroes, making some fans think that Quill, not Thanos, was the most vile person in the Marvel Universe. Let's not forget, this was the second time Quill screwed up, because he failed to kill Gamora when Thanos first snatched her from the Collector's base on Knowhere. Thanks for nothing, Star Lord! We were better off without you!

Batman Underrated Comics Featured
Next 10 Criminally Underrated Batman Stories

More in Lists