You may be cool. But you’re not Ric Flair wielding the Infinity Gauntlet cool! Woo! Do you like this shirt? Ric Flair infinity gauntlet. Sorry for the long rant but, see that Ric Flair/Infinity Gauntlet art piece? That’s done by a tremendously talented artist named Steve Bowman. There’s a couple companies ripping him off by stealing his design, in a lower quality mind you, and making shirts with it. If you should want that design on a shirt, the only place to rightfully buy it is the site Tashirts.com.
Ric Flair infinity gauntlet shirt
The Infinity Gauntlet is an American comic book published by Marvel Comics. The story, written by Jim Starlin and pencilled by George Pérez and Ron Lim, was first serialized as a six-issue limited series from July to December 1991. As the main piece of a crossover event, some plot elements were featured in tie-in issues of other Marvel publications. Since its initial publication, the series has been reprinted in various formats and editions.
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Toward the beginning of The Infinity Gauntlet, the outsider skeptic Thanos has gathered the six vastness jewels and joined them to his gauntlet. With their consolidated power, he winds up like a divine being and embarks to win the fondness of Mistress Death, the living encapsulation of death in the Marvel Universe. At the point when Thanos utilizes his forces to murder half of the living creatures in the universe, Adam Warlock drives Earth’s residual saints against him. At the point when the Infinity Gauntlet is stolen by Thanos’ granddaughter Nebula, he helps the rest of the saints in crushing her. Warlock at last gets the Infinity Gauntlet and utilizations its energy to fix the passing and decimation caused by Thanos.