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With the release of The Avengers: Age of Ultron in theaters this weekend, comic book movie fans everywhere are buzzing about the Infinity Stones. We know that these powerful ingots are going to play an incredibly important role in the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and slowly they are all coming to light. Now a new fan theory has entered the battlefield, however, suggesting that Marvel is layering some cute wordplay into their Infinity Stones reveal. Basically, the idea is that they are spelling out "THANOS."
This rather wild bit of speculation comes from ComicBook.com, and while it's a tad on the "stretch" side, let's investigate it anyway. According to the theory, each stone revealed so far can be linked with a corresponding letter based on where it was found/what it is. The rundown is as follows:
Truthfully, the only reason I'm willing to give this a second thought is because of the fact that Marvel really does love to stick in these kinds of fun Easter Eggs. You may remember just a few weeks ago when we reported that all of the movies in Phase Two of the Marvel Cinematic Universe have a character getting a hand/arm cut off as a tribute to Star Wars. They like to have fun, and this isn't necessarily something that would be outside of their alley.
Do you think there's any validity to this theory? Hit the comments with your thoughts.