What color is the 7th Infinity Stone?
Thanos gems meme?
This meme has been going around social media and it has to do with the Marvel movies. In the movies, Thanos has these infinity stones that give him power and he wants to collect all six of them. In the meme, people have made pictures of the different infinity stones as different snacks or objects. For example, the power stone might be a donut and the time stone might be a cup of coffee.
There’s no one definitive answer to this question, as it depends on what you find funny. However, some popular Thanos gems memes include him holding up various random objects in place of the Infinity Stones, or photoshopping the stones into unlikely places.
What are the powers of each Infinity Stone?
There are a total of six Infinity Stones in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, each with its own unique ability. The Space Stone, also known as the Tesseract, allows its user to teleport to any location instantaneously. The Mind Stone allows its user to control the minds of others, while the Reality Stone allows its user to alter reality itself. The Power Stone grants its user immense strength and the ability to manipulate energy, while the Time Stone allows its user to manipulate time itself. Finally, the Soul Stone allows its user to capture and control the souls of others.
The Infinity Gems are some of the most powerful artifacts in the Universe. Each one allows its owner extreme control over one aspect of the universe: time, space, reality, mind, power, and soul. When all six are directly wielded together, nothing is impossible for their bearer.
How many Infinity Stones are there
The six Infinity Stones are objects of immense power that grant their user control over the various domains of the universe. When assembled as one, they grant the user the power to unlock the universe itself. Each stone is incredibly powerful and can be used to great effect. However, they are also incredibly dangerous and should be used with caution.
The Infinity Stones are some of the most powerful objects in the Marvel Universe. They were originally wielded by some of the most powerful beings in the Universe, but were eventually granted their own souls by Adam Warlock so that they could live a life of their own. The Power Stone was originally wielded by Emma Frost, the Space Stone by the Hulk, the Soul Gem by Loki, the Reality Stone by Kang the Conqueror, the Time Stone by Ant-Man, and the Mind Stone by Ms. Marvel.
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What is the 2 strongest Infinity Stone?
The Infinity Stones are powerful objects that have been appearing in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) since the first movie in the franchise, Iron Man (2008). There are six Infinity Stones in total, each with its own unique abilities.
The Space Stone, also known as the Tesseract, is able to open portals to other parts of the universe and is first seen in Captain America: The First Avenger (2011). The Soul Stone is able to trap people’s souls and is first seen in Avengers: Infinity War (2018). The Reality Stone, also known as the Aether, is able to change reality itself and is first seen in Thor: The Dark World (2013). The Mind Stone is able to control people’s minds and is first seen in The Avengers (2012). The Time Stone, also known as the Eye of Agamotto, is able to manipulate time itself and is first seen in Doctor Strange (2016). Finally, the Power Stone, also known as the Orb, is able to increase the user’s strength and is first seen in Guardians of the Galaxy (2014).
So, which Infinity Stone is the most powerful? Here is a ranking of the Infinity Stones from weakest to strongest:
The Infinity Stones are powerful artifacts that have been scattered across the universe. There are six Infinity Stones: The Space Stone (blue), the Reality Stone (red), the Power Stone (purple), the Mind Stone (yellow), the Time Stone (green) and the Soul Stone (orange). Each Infinity Stone has its own unique capabilities that can be used to manipulate space, time, reality, and the minds of others. The Infinity Stones are coveted by many, as their power can be used for great good or great evil. The Stones have been used by Thanos to destroy half of the universe, and are currently in the possession of the Avengers who are trying to prevent Thanos from using them to destroy the rest of the universe.
Tracking the Infinity Stones in the Marvel Cinematic Universe
The big plot thread running through almost all the Marvel Cinematic Universe films since the beginning has been the introduction of the Infinity Stones. Each of these powerful artifacts, all dating back to the dawn of time, has the ability to control a different property in the known universe. In the pages of the classic Marvel Comics, the stones (there called the Infinity Gems) were combined together by the mad Titan Thanos ( Josh Brolin in the films), who placed them all on his Infinity Gauntlet, which in turn made him the most powerful being in the universe. This story ran through the epic Infinity Gauntlet mini-series years ago, and will serve as the basis of next year’s Avengers: Infinity War.
There are six Infinity Stones all together, although so far over the course of 14 Marvel Cinematic Universe films, we have only been introduced to five of them. Here is a primer for Marvel fans to get caught up one each of the Infinity Stones–i.e., which film they first appeared in and where they are now–before Thanos gets his greedy, evil paws on them.
The Space Stone / The Tesseract
The Tesseract was properly introduced in 2011’s Captain America: The First Avenger, and was used in Loki’s ( Tom Hiddleston) invasion of Earth in The Avengers the following year. In the comics, the Tesseract is the Cosmic Cube, a separate totem of power from the Space Stone, but in the MCU these two items are combined. The Tesseract allows its controller the power over space, like creating portals from one part of the cosmos to the other.Originally guarded by the Asgardian King Odin ( Anthony Hopkins), it ended up going missing on Earth thousands of years ago. It was then discovered during the second World War by HYDRA (that’s where it came into play in the plot of Captain America: The First Avenger), until they were defeated, and the Tesseract ended up in the keep of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Decades later, S.H.I.E.L.D. director Nick Fury ( Samuel L. Jackson), secretly tried to use the Tesseract in the creation of a new class of energy-based weapons. Loki then stole it from S.H.I.E.L.D. and used to it open a portal through space, which brought his alien army the Chitauri to invade the Earth. This invasion was of course stopped by the Avengers in their first big screen outing; afterwards, Thor returned the Tesseract to Asgard, where it resides once again in Odin’s vault.
Last Seen: Being taken by Thor back to Asgard, at the end of 2012’s The Avengers.
The Aether / The Reality Stone
The Aether, a.k.a. the Reality Stone, was first seen in Thor: The Dark World, and although it is technically an Infinity “Stone,” we see it almost only in its liquid state. What its exact power is remains unknown, but it was almost used to physically alter the nature of reality itself. In its film debut, the lord of the Dark Elves known as Malekith ( Christopher Eccleston), tried to use it to snuff out all light in the universe. Bor, Thor’s grandfather, put a stop to him and took possession of the Aether, and hid it away on a secret planet.
There it stayed dormant until the events of The Dark World. Once they got it back, Thor and the Asgardians had to decide where to safely hide it, as it was recognized that having two Infinity Stones kept in such close quarters would render too easy a target. The Asgardians decided to turn it over to The Collector ( Benicio del Toro) in the end credits tag of The Dark World… which might have been a really dumb idea. Once the Collector has one stone, it’s only a matter of time before he’ll want the other five.
Last Seen: Going into the Collector’s vast collection, in the end credits tag after 2013’s The Dark World.
The Orb / The Power Stone
This stone was first seen in Guardians of the Galaxy, when intergalactic pirate Star-Lord ( Chris Pratt) procured the Orb in an ancient temple on the long dead planet Morag. He was hoping to sell it and make a quick buck, not realizing what it truly was. Over the course of Guardians of the Galaxy, Star-Lord and the team learned the real backstory of the Orb–that it was the ancient Power Stone which would grant unlimited destructive capabilities to its owner, enough to destroy an entire planet. After safely keeping it out of the hands of the villainous Ronan the Accuser, the Guardians handed off the Power Stone to the Nova Corps, the most prestigious police force of the galaxy, who reside on the planet Xandar.
Last Seen: In the custody of the Nova Corps on Xandar at the end of 2014’s Guardians of the Galaxy.
The Mind Stone
This one actually also made its debut back in the original Avengers film, only we didn’t know that it was the Mind Stone at the time. In that movie, Loki was given a powerful scepter by Thanos, one that can control the minds of others, in his efforts to conquer Earth. We then learned in Avengers: Age of Ultron that Loki’s scepter actually housed the Mind Stone, which was why the Asgardian trickster god was able to use it to brainwash and mind control whomever he chose.
Eventually, the mind stone is freed from the scepter, which had fallen into the hands of HYDRA, and was used in the creation of a powerful sentient android that had the stone embedded on his forehead. That android, going by the name the Vision ( Paul Bettany), helped the Avengers defeat their robot nemesis in Avengers: Age of Ultron, ultimately becoming an Avenger himself.
Last Seen: In 2016’s Captain America: Civil War, still resting in the body of the Vision.
The Eye of Agamotto / The Time Stone
In last year’s Doctor Strange, we learn that for centuries, the Earth has been protected from mystical threats by the Sorcerers Supreme. The first of these powerful magic users was known as Agamotto, and when he acquired the ancient artifact known as the Time Stone (which allows one to control the flow of the space-time continuum), he placed the emerald gem inside a pendant, which then became known as the Eye of Agamotto.
The Eye was then kept hidden and safe inside the ancient library of Kamar-Taj, home of the Masters of the Mystic Arts. Doctor Stephen Strange was able to use the Time Stone to defeat the dark lord Dormammu from conquering our dimension.
Last Seen: Safe in the hands of the Masters of the Mystic Arts, at the end of 2016’s Doctor Strange.
The Soul Stone
This one has yet to make its film debut, but expect it to show up in either Guardians of the Galaxy: Volume 2, or in Thor: Ragnarok this year. In the original Marvel Comics, the Soul Stone was able to control the souls of any being, alive or dead, as well as transport its owner to the afterlife. It remains to be seen if the Soul Stone will have the same powers in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Are you ready now for the big cosmic battle of Avengers: Infinity War? And which film do you think the next Infinity Stone will turn up in? Let us know your thoughts down below in the comments.
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In a primordial era of Earth-616, a god being with the power of Infinity committed suicide out of loneliness and its aspects split into seven Infinity Gems that could grant portions of that power to whoever held them. One of the Gems was lost to a different reality, Earth-93060, also known as the Ultraverse.  While the other six carried aspects of the being’s influence over external reality, this seventh Gem carried the vestiges of the being’s psyche.
At some point it was encased in a slightly larger, spherical pod device through which it embedded itself in the heads of living things to forcibly possess them and direct their actions towards its unclear goals. The minds of its hosts were supplanted, though echoes remained and mixed together with the dominant personality, confusing its motivations and slowing its progress. About twenty years prior to the modern era, the pod possessed soldier of fortune Brian Marmount and from that mind absorbed a strong grudge against his ex-partner, Rick Pearson. After Marmount’s death, the pod was acquired by a monk named Lao, who was killed around the same time the other Infinity Gems had found their way into the Ultraverse. The proximity of the other Gems reawakened the Ego Gem, spurring it to move its hosts more aggressively, though the corruption from the other minds it had possessed still obscured its own goals. First, it briefly reanimated the monk’s corpse while it was being airlifted along with other bodies by agents of Aladdin. The zombified monk attacked the pilots, crashing the plane into the Atlantic Ocean. From there, the pod possessed a passing shark. The shark continued west and beached itself near Houston, Texas, where it was discovered by Antony Hernandez, who would become the pod’s final host. Driven by Marmount’s memories, Hernandez made his way to an abandoned Alamo Base, where he found a machine that was once used to turn Marmount into a cyborg and subjected himself to it, becoming the living weapon known as Mannequin.  With Marmount’s mind in near total control, Mannequin pursued vengeance against Pearson, now known as Eliminator. Through serendipity, Eliminator’s current partner was also Antony’s brother, Carlos. Carlos attempted to get through to his brother as he and Eliminator pursued Mannequin to a bridge in Chicago, where he attempted to strike through Pearson’s estranged family. Mannequin didn’t respond to Carlos’ pleas and even killed him, enraging Eliminator into crushing Mannequin’s head to end the fight. The pod fell out and rolled into the water afterwards. 
Another refugee to arrive from Earth-616 at this time was Sersi, whose powers and connection to its home reality made her sensitive to the call from the Ego Gem. She flew to Chicago to retrieve the pod from the river where it had fallen, cracking it open to reveal the Gem inside. It came to rest on her forehead, and without the other personas absorbed by the pod, it recalled its original goal for the first time. Sersi retained enough of her own will to convince the Ego Gem to allow her to seek out her companion, Black Knight before finding and reuniting with the other Infinity Gems.  Finding him alongside members of UltraForce and learning that the other Gems had been assembled by Loki, she attempted to use the team as pawns to retrieve the Gems. Loki’s newfound power made him completely unapproachable, however, and he only toyed with the members of UltraForce while leading them to believe they were fighting for the Gems.  She then came across Grandmaster, who had come to the Ultraverse looking for his lost Mind Gem, and devised another plan. Grandmaster was able to approach Loki with a challenge to a game with knowledge of the seventh Infinity Gem as his prize. His rapport with the Mind Gem made him immune to Loki’s telepathy. Loki agreed to participate and won the game, but his «prize» came in the form of Sersi, who only wanted a chance to get close to Loki so the Ego Gem could merge with the other six. The Infinity Gems incarnated into a being called Nemesis, who attempted to use her creative forces to remake the two universes.  Even the seven Gems together did not make a cohesive whole, however, and the Ego Gem’s consciousness found itself at odds with some of the voices of the other Gems. This weakness allowed heroes of the two universes to fight back against her, and ultimately Black Knight struck a decisive blow on her crown where the Gems were stored, destroying the Ego Gem and scattering the other six in an explosion of creative force that would send everyone back where they belonged while restructuring the Ultraverse from the ground up. 
The remains of the Ego Gem’s essence was split among the Power, Soul, Mind, and Space Gems, allowing them each to take on autonomous living forms that shared Nemesis’ malicious intents. The Time and Reality Gems, whose individual consciousnesses rebelled against the others in the interest of preserving the fabric of existence, remained in their original forms and found other hosts in the reforming Ultraverse to mitigate the chaos in Nemesis’ wake. 
The Ego Gem’s consciousness was able to partially possess beings that came into contact with it. Though they retained much of their free will, hosts were compelled to act in the Gem’s interests. When joined with the other Infinity Gems, it formed the core consciousness of a cosmic being formed from their union.
- 5 appearance(s) of Ego Gem
- 3 image(s) of Ego Gem
Links and References
- ↑ 1.01.1UltraForce #10
- ↑Eliminator #1
- ↑Eliminator #3
- ↑UltraForce/Avengers: Prelude #11
- ↑Avengers/UltraForce #1
- ↑UltraForce/Avengers #1
- ↑Black September #∞