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Collects Infinity Gauntlet (1991) #1-6; this graphic novel has a rating of 4.6 out of 5 stars overall based on over 600 reviews. -StrawMan86

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Just to help those who are mostly Marvel fans through the movies and not the comics...

This collection (Infinity Gauntlet) contains most of the inspiration for the MCU movie "Infinity War." Just saying that because there is another series/graphic novel collection that is titled "Infinity War," but that is not (mostly) the inspiration/source for the MCU's Infinity War movie.

If you are wanting to get the comic collection / graphic novel that is the closest to the MCU's Infinity War / Endgame, this (Infinity Gauntlet) is the correct one. (It is about Thanos collecting the Infinity Gems aka Stones and then enacting his plan, and then the heroes having to solve the ensuing problem.) But be aware the story has extreme differences.
Classic indeed! As good as MCU Thanos is, there is something about the shamelessly maniacal Thanos of the comics and his unrequited love for Death that always brings a smile to my face. I highly recommend the prologue to this, Thanos Quest, though not currently on sale.

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I pulled VF copies of these from quarter boxes 20 years ago. Not really a great story.
A bit overrated to be sure. It is a classic arc though.
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Just to help those who are mostly Marvel fans through the movies and not the comics...

This collection (Infinity Gauntlet) contains most of the inspiration for the MCU movie "Infinity War." Just saying that because there is another series/graphic novel collection that is titled "Infinity War," but that is not (mostly) the inspiration/source for the MCU's Infinity War movie.

If you are wanting to get the comic collection / graphic novel that is the closest to the MCU's Infinity War / Endgame, this (Infinity Gauntlet) is the correct one. (It is about Thanos collecting the Infinity Gems aka Stones and then enacting his plan, and then the heroes having to solve the ensuing problem.) But be aware the story has extreme differences.
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A bit overrated to be sure. It is a classic arc though.
It reminds me of Death in the Family, classic arc, but not a great read
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It reminds me of Death in the Family, classic arc, but not a great read
Too boring?
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Biggest issue is comic has influenced by Adam Warlock. Not a known character in mcu (yet), but critical in any thanos storyline.
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Does this one have safespace & snowflake?(best super heroes)
Don't forget B-Negative, Trailblazer & Screentime 😉
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Wow, I have a comic book that has this same cover (Infinity Gauntlet #1) that I bought when I was a teenager 30 years ago. It was weird seeing the picture pop up on slick deals. I had to go dig it out of my closet and found a bunch of other comics I bought around the same time. Good times!
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Classic indeed! As good as MCU Thanos is, there is something about the shamelessly maniacal Thanos of the comics and his unrequited love for Death that always brings a smile to my face. I highly recommend the prologue to this, Thanos Quest, though not currently on sale.
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A bit overrated to be sure. It is a classic arc though.
Like the Phoenix saga
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Like the Phoenix saga
Also true. Some of the "greatest" Marvel stories and arcs are surprisingly mediocre in retrospect.

Of course there are a lot of competitors in that regard. As great as Crisis on Infinite Earths was for DC and to me as a child, it doesn't hold up terrifically well now.

Much of Gaiman and Moores stuff fares much better, IMHO.
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