Earlier End of Eternity), Thanos had previously faced One-Above-All, but at the time was seeking help in bringing Thanos back to reality after Adam Warlock accidentally destroyed him. On this occasion, Thanos expressed his fear (perhaps for the first time in his life) that he wanted to avoid “revealing the most abstract aspects of my beingFor example, to the supreme being who fears that fundamental aspects of his nature can be changed, transforming him into the “Very Reasonable Titan Thanos.” However, in their second encounter, the power of the Astral Adjuster is too great for even the One Above All (who created the device to be indestructible) to resist, and is absorbed by Thanos, who becomes the embodiment of all. There is, has been, and always will be. It must be said that Marvel has always been deliberately vague as to the true “status” of One Above All. In this story, the Living Court even suggests that there may be a greater power, considering the One Above All’s inability to stop the current crisis.
While MCU viewers will likely never know One Above All, it remains an important part of the comics. The truth is that in Endless Ending Thanos He kills God and becomes the ultimate being of the Marvel Universe, which could be his greatest achievement or his darkest crime, depending on your point of view.
Thanos’ Darkest Crime is Killing Marvel’s Most Powerful Being Ever
Previously (in The Infinity Finale), Thanos had already come face to face with the One-Above-All, but at that time he was seeking help in restoring Thanos’ reality after Adam Warlock accidentally destroyed it. On that occasion, Thanos expressed fear (perhaps for the first time in his life), as he wanted to avoid “exposing the more abstract aspects of my existence” to the supreme being, afraid that the core aspects of his nature could be altered, turning him into “Thanos the Extremely-Reasonable Titan”, for example. In their second encounter, however, the power of the Astral Regulator is such that not even the One-Above-All (who created the device to be indestructible) can stand against it, and is absorbed by Thanos, who becomes the personification of all there is, there was, and ever will be. It must be said that Marvel is always purposefully vague about the true “status” of the One-Above-All. In this story, the Living Tribunal even hints that there could be a greater power, considering the One-Above-All inability to stop the current crisis.
Though MCU audiences will probably never meet the One Above All, it remains an important part of the comics. The fact remains that in Infinity Ending Thanos kills God and becomes the supreme being of the Marvel Universe, which could very well be his greatest achievement or his darkest crime, depending on the perspective.
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