Avengers: Infinity War

Thanos pulls the final infinity stone from Vision's head, seemingly killing him. He completes the gauntlet - Thor throws his new axe Stormbreaker at Thanos' chest, seriously wounding him but not enough to stop him snapping his fingers. Half the universe is wiped from existence, with various Avengers fading to nothing, including Black Panther, Bucky, Drax, Groot, Mantis, Scarlet Witch, Spider-Man, Peter Quill, and Dr. Strange. Before he fades, Strange is asked by Tony Stark why he'd give away the time stone, and he says "it was the only way", presumably referring to the one in many millions of outcomes he'd foreseen where they eventually win, regardless of current losses. Thanos teleports to a peaceful planet and seems happy with a job well done. The post-credits scene shows Nick Fury and Maria Hill were both also disintegrated, with Fury managing to send one last message to Captain Marvel before he disappears, uttering "motherf..."

Jon Sandys

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