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That pin, featuring George Perez art, was released in ’91 to coincide with, as you might have already guessed, the Infinity Gauntlet mini-series. This is a pretty good-sized button, 2 1/2 inches wide by 3 1/2 inches tall, and the back featured not only a pin, but perforated “stands” that could pop out of the cardboard backing and allow you to display the item on a flat surface.

More Thanos linkage:

Just who is this Thanos chap, anyway?

“The Best Thanos Source on The Web” it says, and who am I to deny it?

Custom Thanos action figure, complete with a cloth outfit. Those little yellow booties are just darling.

Here’s the official Marvel Select Thanos figure, and here’s a previous figure that was part of the 1995 Fantastic Four line.

This Portuguese-language page features some foreign editions of Infinity Gauntlet, along with the greatest Thanos animations ever. (Unrelated to Thanos, the hyperactive Cyclops GIF on the main page will take you to a page of animated GIF comic strips starring said mutant.)

A Thanos skin for use in the Freedom Force computer game.

Here’s a close-up view of the Thanos Marvel Masterpieces trading card.

The Thanos Heroclix figure.

Thanos versus Darkseid – this battle may be over, but the debate rages on.

Thanos Quest card for Magic: The Gathering.

No picture, unfortunately, but this bootleg-toy site looks at a couple Silver Surfer bootlegs, and notes that there was a Thanos bootleg as well.

Ron Lim head sketch of Thanos.

Oh, for the luvva…Thanos Legos…with a surprise guest.

“Dead Men Tell No Tales” – Thanos fan fiction.

The official site of Thanos’ creator, Jim Starlin.

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