Discussion in 'Mayberry Lounge' started by Julius_Caesar, Apr 2, 2019.
“Every villain is a hero of his own story” - Joker
Just a straight up hero. He made everyone a millionaire
Depends on how you view the world. Thanos isn't that much different from Hitler.
I came in here to post this.
Just because you think you are doing good and believe your reasons are valid does not mean they are.
You can have sympathy for his delusion but that does not make him a hero Just as you can have sympathy for Bucky's plight but he was not a hero.
(Bucky is on a redemption arc though)
Actually his motives seem entirely different.
I would say Thanos is the villain.
He's a villain. Malthusian fearmongering over overpopulation is soooo early 19th century...
He is very different from Hitler. Thanos does not care about race. This is why The Snap was random; everyone would have an equal chance of life or death, irrespective of race, religion or social status.
the way i saw it, he was the good guy the whole time
Just plain dumb.
He could have doubled the resources in the universe, rather than halve the population.
This doesn’t even make sense
Comic thanos was a villain who turned into an anti-hero.
Movie Thanos is just a villain. A cool villain, but still a villain.
he's just misunderstood
Gave all the avengers a red panty night?
well not ALL of them
Avengers are the villains
Thanos is much better than Hitler. At least Thanos ensured that the people who died were completely random and not just because of their race. Still fucked up, but kinda fair too.
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