Thanos is properly making his way into the Marvel Cinematic Universe next month in Infinity War. It's pretty clear that Earth's mightiest heroes, even with the help of the Guardians of the Galaxy, are going to have their hands full in trying to prevent the Mad Titan from erasing half of all life in the universe. So, how does one stop Thanos from getting his hands on all of the Infinity Stones? That's easy. Get John Wick pissed off enough to deal with Thanos himself. That exact scenario has been brought to life in a new, hilarious fan comic that inserts Keanu Reeves' legendary hitman into Infinity War.

This comic page was shared on Twitter by user Obon Amasi, who looks to have created the comic, but he may have just been sharing it. In any case, we see Thanos asking Doctor Strange where the Soul Stone is located. Currently, its location within the confines of the MCU is a mystery. The Sorcerer Supreme directs Thanos to a dog and says the Soul Stone is inside the poor pooch. The big, purple bad guy proceeds to rip the dog open looking for the stone, which is nowhere to be found. Thanos, confused by this plan, asks Doctor Strange if there was any more to it. Then, John Wick enters and asks, "Has anyone seen my new dog?" Thanos, a being scared of next to nothing, looks absolutely terrified. Tony Stark and Doctor Strange high-five, as the problem is set to sort itself out.

Keanu Reeves killed a whole lot of well-trained men in the first John Wick when they killed his dog. Luckily, his new dog made it out of John Wick: Chapter 2 just fine, but we know what he's willing to do when someone messes with his beloved pet. Sure, Thanos is allegedly the most powerful being in the galaxy, but he's never come across a pissed off John Wick. And based on the look in his eyes, he's not looking forward to it.

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This comic is based on a meme that has been floating around online recently. The meme imagines the same scenario, but as mostly dialogue, which concludes with an image of Jordan Peele profusely sweating from Key and Peele, which is meant to be Thanos once he realizes he's killed John Wick's dog. The comic just brings the whole thing to life in a satisfying way. Well, at the expensive of an innocent dog. Doctor Strange makes a dick move, but one that probably saved billions of lives. He's looking at the big picture.

Granted, the practicalities of this are far too great to see it ever actually happen. Not only could John Wick (probably) not defeat Thanos, but that franchise belongs to Lionsgate. Marvel, on the other hand, is under the Disney umbrella. But who knows? Maybe we could be lucky enough to get a full John Wick/Infinity War crossover comic someday? If only. For now, you can check out the comic, courtesy of Obong Amasi's Twitter, as well as the original meme, for yourself below.

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