We here at Comicbook.com recently brought you the exclusive that Avengers: Infinity War will be transporting fans to many new worlds, as The Avengers and other heroes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe battle Thanos.
Now that we know we'll be taking a wild ride to many new (and probably mind-bending) places, we've pulled a list of some iconic locations from the Marvel Universe we'd like to visit.
Here are 5 Worlds We Want to Visit in Avengers: Infinity War!
Weirdworld is an obscure Marvel property that has since made a comeback in recent years. In its recent incarnation, it was floating island and a section of Battleworld that was comprised of the magic and strange sciences of many other realms.
If heroes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe are going to do battle with Thanos, Weirdworld would be a great setting to offer fans some truly epic set pieces. It's also a great quest destination if Doctor Strange needs to lead a faction of MCU heroes to obtain some magical MacGuffin.
Rocket Raccoon's home world is a strange place. Half of the planet is covered in toxic waste and inhabited by machines that never stop producing other machines; the other half has a mixed culture of humanoids and intelligent animals and creature life, like Rocket.
If Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 2 doesn't explore it deeper, then a pit stop on Halfworld during Avengers: Infinity War would be great. Can you imagine seeing Robert Downey Jr.'s Iron Man sitting down in a Halfworld bar for a drink and a chat with Bradley Cooper's Rocket? Yeah, we have goose bumps too...
Thanos' homeworld is a moon that housed a race of Eternals hiding from the Kree Empire beneath the lunar surface in a colony powered by artificial life systems.
As a place of peace and advanced science, Titan would be an awesome sight to behold - as well as a great juxtaposition to its infamous son, Thanos. As Easter eggs, getting to meet Eros, Mentor and the rest of the Eternals would be great.
Kree-Lar / Hala
The Kree homeworld's (Hala) greatest city (Kree-Lar) deserves some onscreen grandeur in Infinity War. After all, The Kree have been the most prominent alien race in the MCU Phases I - III, yet we've never seen their home, much of their culture, and even key iconic elements like The Supreme Intelligence (could that be Peter Dinklage's role?).
With Brie Larson's Captain Marvel making her debut in Infinity War, her possible ties to the Kree also make Kree-Lar a much-needed stop along the path to saving the universe.
The Soul Gem
After seeing how wonderfully trippy and spectacular things got in Doctor Strange, we have to see Infinity War adapt one of the most iconic and potentially best places for some abstract, psychedelic madness: The Soul Gem (or Soul Infinity Stone).
In Marvel Comics lore, The Soul Gem contains a whole sort of weird purgatory-like world inside of it, where your soul can reside. That bit of spirituality (or metaphysics) could offer great change of pace in Infinity War's proceedings, giving us a much different stylistic path to explore (if only briefly).
Plus, if we want to see that Adam Warlock guy show up, the Soul gem is almost a must.
Honorable Mention: Klyntar
With Sony still controlling all of the supporting characters in the Spider-Man universe, this one is wishful thinking more than anything. But still...
Klyntar is a planet of the alien race best known in the Marvel Universe as "symbiotes." As the basis for iconic Spider-Man enemies like Venom and Carnage, we thought that an Avengers: Infinity War quick stop on Klyntar could allow Spidey to come away upgraded with a mysterious new black suit...
And eventually, maybe that same alien "tech" leads Tony Stark to create some radical new armor...
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Doctor Strange is in theaters now, and next up for Marvel is Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 on May 5, 2017. Spider-Man: Homecoming lands on July 7, 2017, followed by Thor: Ragnarok on November 3, 2017. After that Black Panther debuts on February 16, 2018. Ant-Man and the Wasp is slated for July 6, 2018, followed by Captain Marvel on March 8, 2019.
Avengers: Infinity War is set to hit theaters May 4, 2018.