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Do you like saving money by building your own bongs? Have you gotten tired of using cheap plastics and spare parts to make a working bong? If so, you might want to step up by making a glass water bong; the glass results in a sturdier container allowing for bigger and more even hits, and it will perform as well as an expensive, store-bought water pipe. CBR rounds up the absolute dankest Mad Titan Memes from around the internet! Thanos The Mad Titan is coming to the Marvel Cinematic Universe! Ok, he’s been coming for a while now, but it’s a really long way. If the latest trailer for Avengers: Infinity War is anything to go by, the Big Bad to end all Big Bads is going to land with a bang and change the MCU forever. The trailer is the first proper look at Thanos in action on the Big Screen. We’ve seen him cameo in the post-credits scenes of a few movies now, as well as a cameo in the first Guardians of the Galaxy; but here, we see him stroll onto Earth, punch Iron Man and steal the Infinity Stones for himself.

This is also an evolution, of sorts, of the look of Thanos. When he first appeared at the end of 2012’s Avengers, he was played -- albeit briefly -- by Damion Poitier instead of Josh Brolin, who has played him in every significant appearance since. It’s also fair to say that the CGI has improved in the last five years, as The Mad Titan looked better than ever. That’s not to say his appearance wasn’t entirely meme-worthy, however, which is why CBR is here to bring you the 15 Most Savage Thanos Memes! Perhaps the first thing people noticed in the Infinity War trailer is that Thanos is without his usual costume. The Mad Titan has appeared in countless comics since his first appearance in 1973, and he’s almost always wearing some form of headpiece, usually his crown like a cap that also sometimes serves as eyebrows? When he turned up on Earth in the trailer, however, he was hatless, which led to many fans taking to the meme stream in an effort to help solve this problem. Here, writer Chip Zdarsky has gone for a cute beret, which really brings out the Mad Titan’s softer side, but at the same time makes him look a little like Bruce Willis? There were many more choices of headwear that fans picked for Thanos, but they all just proved that the guy can pull off any look. By the time Thanos shows up in Infinity War , it will have been six years since his first appearance in the credits of 2012’s Avengers . It’s a long time, and his little smirk back at the camera was the start of a long road for the Mad Titan, as well as for the fans that have been looking forward to his inevitable massive throwdown. His cameo was also an indication of the direction that the Marvel Cinematic Universe would take, as Thanos showing up more than likely meant that the Avengers were heading toward what is commonly regarded as the greatest Marvel Event in the publisher's long history: The Infinity Gauntlet . Sure enough, since then almost every movie has introduced a new mystical object that somehow contains the essence of one of the all-powerful Infinity Stones, which Thanos can be seen collecting in the Infinity War trailer. Now you can make your very own Thanos action figure, and recreate the epic trailer for Avengers: Infinity War ! All you need is your thumb and a purple marker, and with a little artistic flair, you can carry around your very own mini-Mad Titan wherever you go. With a little more time and skill, you can probably put the rest of your fingers to use, and draw the rest of the Infinity War cast on those too, for the fully immersive experience. All that aside, there was more than just a passing resemblance between Thanos and a giant purple thumb. Despite that, he still managed to be scary and an imposing presence in the trailer, living up to the six years of hype the characters had leading up to this, his big moment. Without having access to any spoilers of any kind, we can still safely assume that by the end of the fourth Avengers movie, Thanos will have been defeated and the Earth will be saved. Just who will be sacrificed in the meantime, and just what price will be paid for that victory remains to be seen, and as with any superhero movie, we can’t wait to see just how they save the day. There’s no denying that Thanos is the greatest threat the Avengers have ever faced, which is probably why it will take the combined might of almost every MCU hero introduced to date to bring him down. That’s only fair, as Thanos is a cosmic-level threat in the comics too, and with all of the Infinity Stones at his disposal, he’s basically a God. With the rumors still circling about Disney’s acquisition of 21st Century Fox’s entertainment arm, fans have been driving themselves crazy at the prospect of the majority of the Marvel properties falling under the House of Mouse. With the potential purchase, Disney would own the rights to the X-Men and the Fantastic Four franchises, which means Wolverine and Deadpool could soon be Avengers. What the future holds for the movies is anyone’s guess, but pretty soon this meme may be more realistic than anyone dared dream. Ryan Reynolds has done such a good job of bringing an accurate portrayal of the Merc With a Mouth to the big screen that this would absolutely be the sort of thing he would do if he were faced with the mighty threat of Thanos. When it was announced that the actor playing Thanos would be Josh Brolin, people were excited.

The Goonies and Men in Black 3 actor has been in superhero movies before, playing the title character in Jonah Hex , but this would be his first role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Not long after, Deadpool himself announced in the post-credits scene of his movie that the sequel would star Cable, the time-traveling X-Man and regular partner of Wade Wilson. It made perfect sense that Cable would be in Deadpool 2 , but the only question then was who would play him? It would take someone with a grizzled, tough guy demeanor, someone like Josh Brolin actually. It’s a good job the man likes to be kept busy because he’s taken on both roles, meaning not only will he be Thanos in the Avengers movies, but Cable in Fox’s Deadpool franchise. With all of the hype around the Infinity War trailer, you could be forgiven for forgetting just how ingrained Thanos already is in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Not only will the movie be the character’s fourth big screen appearance, but his family has already played a pretty significant role in the larger universe. Gamora and Nebula were introduced in Guardians of the Galaxy , and it was soon made clear that these two characters were not only sisters but the daughters of Thanos.

The Mad Titan loomed over the proceedings in that first Guardians movie as the orchestrator behind the scenes, but seeing as he was the driving factor for Drax’s motivations as well as Ronan the Accuser, not to mention Gamora and Nebula, it’s safe to say he played a pretty important part. Thanos is nothing if not resourceful, and we wouldn’t be surprised if we saw this exchange play out between him and the God of Thunder in Avengers: Infinity War . Thor is unfortunately without his hammer thanks to Hela -- as seen in this year’s Thor: Ragnarok -- but we can’t see him being without a weapon for too long. No one, not even Thanos, would be able to lift Mjolnir, although who’s to say how powerful he will become once he wields the Infinity Gauntlet?


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