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THE MAN WHO MADE THE TITAN

WITH AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR, JIM STARLIN, WHO DREAMED UP THE MCU’S ULTIMATE BIG BAD IN THE ’70S, SEES HIS CREATION COME TO LIFE.

THE APPEARANCE OF UNIVERSE-CRUSHING Thanos in The Avengers was a pleasant surprise for comic-book fans. And it was almost a surprise for legendary writer-artist Jim Starlin, the man who conceived the most famous stories about the Mad Titan. “I wasn’t working with Marvel at the time,” Starlin tells EW today. “I just happened to hear

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