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I've been trying to wrap my head around the use of the word "mutant" (not the X-Men characters/franchise/etc., which clearly is licensed to Fox). There seems to be a boatload of speculation and, in my honest opinion, misinformation floating around. Marvel representatives often dodge the issue without directly addressing it - and example can be found here . Note that,
Misconception 1: Fox owns the rights to the X-Men. This is false. They have licensed the intellectual property from Marvel. Marvel owns it, and the conditions of its use are confidential.
Misconception 2: Fox owns the term mutant. This is actually a little more ridiculous. There might be a secret deal between Marvel and Fox that restricts the use of the term in reference to Marve…Read more >
Thus far, there have been four objects identified as Infinity Stones , with two giving specific reference to a given stone. Presuming that the Stones line up with the Infinity Gems from the comics (which may not be the case), and that the colors do not (which has already been demonstrated to be true in the case of the Space and Power stones), I figured I'd start speculating on what may happen with the stones next.
(from Comics) Likely Object
Space Tesseract Confirmed
Power Orb Confirmed
Mind Scepter Likely, based on powers exibited
Reality or Soul Aether Unlikely to be Time gem, given its use, more likely Reality
Soul or Reality
n/a - this is whichever the Aether is not
n/a - this is what's left
The Orb and the Scep…
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