Universe Marvel
Debut Iron Man #55(Feb 1973)
Appears in Smash Bros. Super Lawl
Harmony of Lolz
Friends Broly
Enemies Goku

The Darkness



Lawl Team Team Super Lawl

Special Attacks

Neutral B - Death Sphere

Thanos throws a bubble that travels forwards at his opponent trapping them. There are three types of spheres, each has 33,33% chance of appearing:

  • Blue (Holds for four seconds)
  • Green (Holds for two seconds and restores 12% of Thanos' heath)
  • Red (Holds for two seconds and reverse the CPU's controls for 1 second if the it breaks free.

Side B - Titan Crush

Thanos dashes towards his opponent(s) from his forhead and attempts to ram them. If it is hited, the opponent will be knocked in air

Up B - Titan Impact

Thanos jumps and peforms a shoulder tackle diagonally downwards towards the stage. It creates a shockwave when he lands.

Down B - Magnitude Shockwave

Thanos stomps on the ground and creates a shockwave of energy that travels on the ground really fast.

Final Smash - Gautlet Infinity

Thanos jumps into the background and holds one of his Infinity Gems. Like Bill Nye, the player can choose 4 Gems:

  • Gauntlet Space (A): Using the Infinity Gem of Space, Thanos creates a wormhole and debris fly into it, then another wormhole opens up where the opponent is and the debris falls on them.
  • Gauntlet Reality (B): Using the Infinity Gem of Reality, Thanos creates two walls and smashes them together.
  • Gauntlet Soul (X): Using the Infinity Gem of Soul, Thanos hits the opponent with a lightning bolt and drains them of health. The damage done is equal to the health healed.
  • Gauntlet Power (Y): Using the Infinity Gem of Power, Thanos throws an orb of fire at the opponent.

After on his attacks, he will taunt and returns to his normal stance.





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Victory Options+Failure/Clap

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Victory 2:

Victory 3:


Character Description

Thanos is a fictional character appearing in comic books and other media published by Marvel Comics. The character first appeared in Iron Man #55 (Feb. 1973) and was created by writer-artist Jim Starlin. Debuting in the Bronze Age of Comic Books, the character has been featured in over three decades of Marvel continuity and a self-titled series. The character's name is a derivation of Thanatos, the personification of death and mortality in Greek mythology. Thanos has appeared in other Marvel-endorsed products, including animated television series, arcade and video games, film, toys, and trading cards. Thanos was ranked number 47 on IGN's top 100 comic book villains of all time.

Thanos was born on Titan, a moon of the planet Saturn to Mentor and Sui-San. Due to a genetic quirk Thanos is born with the Deviant gene and as such resembles the Deviants - the Eternals' cousin race - more than his own people. Although treated fairly by his race, Thanos is mindful of his appearance and becomes distant, only keeping company with his brother Eros. Thanos matures to adulthood, and via the use of bionics and mysticism augments his abilities to easily become the most powerful of the Titanian-born Eternals. Bitter at being an outsider, Thanos is driven insane and becomes fascinated with nihilism, embarking on his quest to "please" death, and begins by conducting a nuclear bombardment of Titan that kills millions of his race. Many years later, Thanos begins his plan to conquer the galaxy by building a base on Earth and constructing a space vessel in the solar system. It is at this time that Mistress Death - drawn by the level of Thanos' obsession and his now considerable power - manifests itself before Thanos, being an abstract entity and the personification of the universal concept of death. Thanos becomes determined to prove his "love" to Death for this sign of affection by destroying all life in the universe.

After obtaining the Soul Gem from Adam Warlock, Thanos develops a weapon with the other Infinity Gems powerful enough to destroy stars. Thanos is once again defeated and turned into stone. Years later, the Silver Surfer witnesses the resurrection of Thanos by Mistress Death, who feels that Death needs a champion once again. A revived Thanos decides to collect the Infinity Gems, which he takes from the In-Betweener and the Elders of the Universe. Thanos then combines the gems on his left glove to create the Infinity Gauntlet, which allows him to exceed the power he once possessed with the Cosmic Cube. Thanos honors Death by erasing half the population of the universe, and then goes on to defeat the entire cosmic hierarchy (e.g., Galactus, the Celestials, Eternity) as Death watches. A group of Earth's superheroes almost defeat an overconfident Thanos, who then loses the Gauntlet to the space pirate Nebula, who claims to be his granddaughter. Nebula then undoes all of Thanos' changes, only to then lose the Gauntlet shortly after to Adam Warlock.



Other Attacks

Ground Attacks

Basic Attacks

  • AAA Combo- ???
  • Dash Attack- ???

Tilt Attacks

  • Side- ???
  • Up- ???
  • Down- ???


  • Side- ???
  • Up- ???
  • Down- ???


  • N-Air - ???
  • F-Air - ???
  • B-Air - ???
  • U-Air - ???
  • D-Air - ???

Grabs, Throws

  • Grab- ???
  • Pummel- ???
  • Forward- ???
  • Back- ???
  • Up- ???
  • Down- ???


  • Ledge attack: ???
  • 100% ledge attack: ???
  • Ground attack: ???
  • Trip attack: ???


The Marvel Icon

Victory Music


Kirby Hat

Thanos' appearance

Wiimote Sound


Classic Mode



Rival 1: ???




Rival 2: ???






Snake Codec


Role In SSE



Colors & Costumes


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