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Okie dokie so I just watch Guardians of the Galaxy again today and it got me thinking about crossover possibilities and stuff.
Theory Number 1:
So at the end of Thor: Dark World they bring the aether to the collector dude, right? And they say that the tessaract is in Asgard, but it’s “not wise to have TWO INFINITY STONES in one place.”
The tessaract AND the aether are both infinity stones.
This is confirmed in Thor when they lay out the aether’s backstory. The aether is described as one of several “relics,” and though the aether is an ever-changing fluid, the other relics “appear as STONES.”
Okay so that’s three infinity stones (tessaract, aether, and the one from gotg), but in gotg the collector says that there were six infinity stones, so there are three that are (as of yet) unidentified. That means that there could be up to three more movies based around the finding and protecting of these stones.
Theory Number 2:
In GotG, we never get to meet Peter Quill’s father, but he is described both as something ancient and as an “angel composed of pure light” by Nova Core and Quill’s dying mother, respectively. I don’t know about you guys, but that sounds an awful lot like an Asgardian to me.
We could have an Avengers/GotG crossover in which Thor and Quill are half brothers.
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