Kang the Conqueror, a time-traveling despot from another era of existence plots to destroy all life with his powerful Infinity War. Iron Man gives a briefing on Kang’s schemes and sends out an urgent call for action before Thanos can take up arms in this battle against evil!
Iron Man could have been responsible for inspiring Thanos’ Infinity War plan. Avengers Mech Strike #4 sees the Avengers partner with Thanos to defeat Kang, a villain that looks suspiciously like Tony Stark’s future self and still manages to nearly ruin their own future when meeting with the Mad Titan himself- who is none other than Iron Man!
Thanos is the Avengers’ biggest foe. The insane Mad Titan from “Avengers: Infinity War” used his power to wipe out half of the population in order to save Earth, but it cost him dearly and he was defeated by our heroes. His plan may have been evil…or great!
When the Avengers’ mech team is sabotaged by Kang and his time-traveling warriors, it falls to Iron Man’s genius idea of recruiting Thanos. The Mad Titan isn’t pleased with being plucked out of time but he likes some things that Kang has done in the past so when Tony points these specific achievements out at him, a new plan begins forming within Thanos’.
Thanos is able to control the flow of time and reality. Iron Man, who had just been fighting Kang in another dimension with a different version of Thanos that didn’t know about the infinity stones yet, points this out loud so that it would be impossible for Thanos not to hear him – planting an idea in his head as he goes around collecting them all! As soon as the supervillain hears about Kang’s latest scheme, he starts to think of ways that will cause Iron Man to be responsible for Earth’s undoing. He examines how powerful and destructive these stones are in order to determine what his own plot could look like.
You would think that Thanos was the only villain in this timeline, but luckily he’s not. Thankfully, Kang is here to stop him from succeeding with his plan – or whichever one of many plans he could have used. But how does Kang do it? Ironically by bringing out a creature more powerful than himself and making sure we all get ready for Infinity War!
Kang was astounded by the power of Iron Man’s idea. It had never occurred to him that he could kill someone with a thought, but now Thanos’ death was imminent and all because Kang wanted it so badly.
Thanos would love to have the kind of power that Kang has, but even if he does get it and doesn’t know what to do with it then their is a good chance they’ll end up destroying themselves. Iron Man was able to avoid any further complication from Thanos by taking him out for coffee before explaining how useful this information could be in planning an attack on another villain’s plans or abilities – even though doing so could lead them into more trouble than not knowing about those same things at all.
Infinity War is always going to be one of Thanos’ major plans, but it’s better for the Avengers and Guardians of the Galaxy to let him take his time figuring out how he wants things done. If they give up their plan too soon than accidentally helping him with an idea that doesn’t come from himself, then all could be lost in a matter of minutes.