There are still many details of the story of the Mad Titan that are unknown, such as the family he comes from, but it seems that we will have that information soon. There is a film from phase 4 that could explain the fate of the ancestors of this villain, starting with his father, the Thanos’ father could be introduced in ‘Eternals’ since it has a strong bond with these characters.

In fact, the idea of ​​presenting the family of tanos is not new, in a book where the unused art of ‘Avengers: Endgame’ was published, they showed us a baby Thanos with his family, but if you start to investigate in the Comics you realize that there are many interesting details about this creature, because it did not appear out of nowhere.

In order to understand why Thanos’ father could be introduced in ‘Eternals’ we need to know more about him, his name is A’lars and he was mentioned in’ Infinity War ‘when the Titan and Gamora went to Vormir for one of the gems and when he meets Red Skull he recognizes it as Thanos son of A’lars. Also known as Mentar, his story was introduced in ‘Iron Man # 55’ in 1973.

Since then we know that he has a brother named Starfox and that his father realized very early that his son had very radical ideas, he tried to prevent him from becoming a monster with the help of his father, Kronos, thanks to this they created Drax. But we also know that it has a connection with Captain Marvel, so it could not only appear in the movie of these ancient creatures, also in ‘Captain Marvel 2’ And till ‘Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 3′.

But it is more likely to appear in ‘Eternals’ since the A’lars family comes from these creatures, only that they are a different branch, while the Eternals we will meet live on Earth, they went to Titan, one of the 53 Saturn’s moons. Furthermore, the separation of A’lars and his brother Zuras is an important moment in the history of the Eternals, so a flashback telling where they had been all these years would be the perfect time to present it, only you have to look very carefully, since it looks a lot like humans.

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