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Pre-order your own Guardians of the Galaxy Thanos 6-Inch Pop! Vinyl Bobble Head Figure for the low, low price of $15.

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This Special Edition Thanos Magazine & 4in. Figure can by yours for the low, low price of $20.

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Sideshow Collectibles had crafted some seriously cool statues and figures over the years but this Thanos and Mistress Death Polystone Diorama set is downright amazing. Thanos’ base includes Captain America’s shield, Thor’s hammer, Iron Man’s helmet, and the Silver Surfer’s board and you get a switchable head for Mistress Death as well. And the Infinity Gauntlet on the villain’s right hand lights up! The limited edition run is long sold out, so you’re likely going to have to search to find it and likely pay far more than the $350 original price tag.

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I was justifiably concerned when Marvel Comics announced their plans for a mini-series looking in-depth at the life and childhood of Thanos. I can’t say Thanos Rising #1 is worse than I expected, but the misadventures of a teenage outcast on the moons of Saturn is exactly as insipid as I dreaded it would be from a company that learned nothing of George Lucas‘ (flawed, but still vastly superior) attempt at similar themes in the Star Wars prequels.

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Because who wants to live in a world where you can’t have a 15in. Thanos Faux Bronze Statue or a 14in. Thanos Museum Statue on you shelf? You can grab the statues, made by Bowen Designs, for the low, low price of $325 and $234 respectively.

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In deep space the Avengers and the Guardians of the Galaxy come across Thanos who has control of a Cosmic Cube (okay, it’s not a real Cosmic Cube). Turns out the power in Thanos’ hands was made by the United States Government and could very well mean the end of everything as the Mad Titan expels Thor and the rest of the two teams into the Cancerverse before making his way to Earth.

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Ironhead Studios, the special effects shop specializing in costume and creature design in a variety of movies including Hellboy II: The Golden Army, Tron: Legacy, Thor, Batman Returns, and X-Men: The Last Stand, also crafted the armor and helmet for Thanos seen at the end of The Avengers. Check out more of their design on The Avengers here.

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Honestly, I wasn’t looking to get into another Avengers title (especially after being discouraged by the recent AvX tie-ins in the other comics), and, even after reading it, I’m a little unsure in what version of the Marvel Universe the title actually takes place. But if you throw in Thanos and the Guardians of the Galaxy I’m going to give it a shot.

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No one we want to know! Take a gander at this Thanos Museum statue by Bowen Designs.

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Following the events of The Thanos Imperative the Guardians of the Galaxy are no more. Phaya-Vell and Gamora were killed, Star Lord and Nova sacrificed themselves to stop Thanos, and Adam Warlock and Drax are both dead (again).

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