A new Marvel Studios What if …? fan art brings to life the iconic Thanus theory that once triggered the creation of many memes across social media.
With the release of Disney + What if…? series, fans have begun creating fan art that highlights new Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) timelines and brings iconic theories to life. The latest piece, which hit social media, contains a popular theory that really shook fans when it never reached the big screen.
Twitter user Nikolay Mochkin created one What if…? image that brings to life one of Playoffs‘s classic theories theory that Ant-Man would stop Thanos by climbing up the crazy Titans’ butt.
The Ant-Man / Thanos theory, also known as “The Thanus theory”, began circulating back in 2018, following the release of Avengers: Infinity War. After seeing the words “Thanos Returns” at the end of the film, fans began to theorize how Mad Titan could be stopped. They went to Reddit to share these ideas, and one of the most popular theories suggested that Ant-Man would shrink to ant-size, crawl into Thanos through his backside, and expand in size, thus killing MCU’s biggest villain. .
The funny theory recycled across social media after Mochkin’s latest fan art. The artwork is also perfectly timed as Josh Brolin returned to tune in to Thanos What if…?‘s latest section. In this episode, Marvel revealed a world where Yondu takes T’Challa in as a Ravager, rather than Peter Quill. T’Challa then recruits Thanos as a Ravager after convincing him to drop his genocide plans.
New episodes of Marvel Studios’ What if…? debut Wednesdays at Disney +.
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