17 Facts About Cosmic Cube


Cosmic Cube is a fictional object appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.

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Cosmic Cube plays a central role in several films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, in which it is ultimately depicted as containing the Space Stone, one of the six Infinity Stones.

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Thanos discards the Cosmic Cube, believing it to be drained of power, and is then stripped of the power by the dying superhero named Mar-Vell, who shatters the Cosmic Cube and restores the universe.

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The Cosmic Cube is returned to Pegasus by Captain America and the Fantastic Four member the Thing, where it eventually transforms the alien Wundarr into the entity the Aquarian.

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Second Cosmic Cube was created on the Island of Exiles by a team of scientists working for the Red Skull and the Hate-Monger.

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However, the Bucky within the Cosmic Cube revealed what was really going on and Captain America was able to will himself out of the Cosmic Cube.

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Cosmic Cube was approached by the time-traveler Kang the Conqueror, who told him that the reason he had failed to completely control the Cube's power in the past was because his knowledge of the universe was incomplete.

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Cosmic Cube was one of the 12 items of power sought by superhero teams the Avengers and the Justice League of America when they competed against each other in a game organized by Krona and the Grandmaster.

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Quicksilver was finally able to gain the Cosmic Cube, bringing the game to a stalemate, but to make sure Krona lost, Captain America helped Batman to take it, because they were the only ones, aside from the Atom, who knew the true stakes of the game: Krona had forced the Grandmaster to take the Justice League as his representatives, so the League had to win in order to prevent Krona from destroying the Marvel Universe.

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Powerful entity D'Spayre attempted to enhance his power by using a Cosmic Cube to draw on the grief of the general public in the aftermath of Captain America's assassination, only for his use of the Cube to have an apparently unintended side-effect when it granted the 'wish' of those who wanted Captain America back by drawing the Invaders into the present.

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Cosmic Cube was defeated in a confrontation with the New Avengers when Echo proved immune to his powers due to her deafness, allowing her to take the Cube from him.

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The Cosmic Cube is then used by Paul Anslem, a World War II soldier who had traveled with the Invaders against his will.

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Cosmic Cube is given to Guardians of the Galaxy member Star-Lord by time-traveling villain Kang the Conqueror to use against Adam Warlock's evil alter ego, the Magus.

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Cosmic Cube is stopped by criminal mastermind Norman Osborn, who uses a magical sword to neutralize the Absorbing Man's abilities.

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New Cosmic Cube is later revealed to have been created by the U S government.

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Version of the Cosmic Cube is seen in Project Pegasus alongside the Watcher and Infinity Gauntlet.

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An adapted version of the Cosmic Cube, referred to as the Tesseract, appears in media set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe .

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