Thane (Marvel)

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Thane is a male comic supervillain that features in Marvel Comics.



Thane was a male Inhuman who was the son of the Mad Titan Thanos and an unnamed Inhuman woman. He was born when his mother's tribe went into space where they were attacked by Thanos's forces. During this time, he came to make the woman pregnant and she fled him where she returned to Earth with her giving birth to her son. (New Avengers v3 #10)

Thanos later came to Earth as part of his plan of scouring all his children from across the universe. This saw the detonation of the Terrigen Bomb at Attilan that spread the mists as a large cloud around the world with this eventually reaching the hidden city of Orollan. Exposure to it caused Thane's transformation into his active Inhuman state which killed all those around him. (Infinity v1 #4)


Personality and attributes

He was noted to had always feared what was inside him and that he could not escape the view that his linage was his true legacy. (Infinity v1 #4)

Powers and abilities


  • Thane was created by Jonathan Hickman and Mike Deodato Jr. where he made his first appearance in New Avengers v3 #10 (November, 2013).

Alternate Versions

In other media

Video games

  • In Avengers Alliance, Thane appeared in the Facebook video game where he teamed up with the players agent in a Mini-Boss battle in Special Ops Mission 3 - The Search for Thane. The backstory in the mission stated that Thanos was looking for him with the superheroes looking to him Thane out of his hands.
  • In Marvel: War for Heroes, Thane appeared as a playable card in the mobile video game.
  • n Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order, Thane appeared as a supporting character in the setting of the video game where he was voiced by actor Robbie Daymond. He was the son of Thanos and an unnamed Inhuman woman where he was raised in the colony of Orollan until it was destroyed by the Black Order. As the sole survivor, he fled and took sanctuary in the Inhuman city of Attilan.


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  • Infinity v1:
  • Legendary Star-Lord v1:
  • Thanos v2:

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