Cull Obsidian was a member of the Black Order. he and the others members assisted Thanos in his goal to gather the six Infinity Stones with the objective to kill half the population of the universe as a means to bring balance. After Thanos obtained the Space Stone from Loki, they were sent to Earth aboard Q-Ships.
He and Ebony Maw went after the Time Stone in Manhattan and confronted its guardian, Doctor Strange, as well as Wong, Iron Man and Spider-Man. Cull Obsidian was immobilized after Wong teleported him to one of the Earth's Poles, severing off his arm in the process.
After the Avengers took Vision to Wakanda, Obsidian and Proxima Midnight led an army of Outriders in an assault against the small nation before Corvus Glaive joined the siege. Cull Obsidian confronted and fought Bruce Banner, who was wearing the Hulkbuster Armor. In the middle of the fight, Banner fastened one of the jet-propelled gauntlets of the armor into Cull's missing arm and sent him rocketing into the air. He quickly reached the injurious energy dome surrounding Wakanda, causing him to scrape across the barrier until he exploded.
- Terry Notary portrays Cull Obsidian in Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame.
- Cull Obsidian's head was designed by Ryan Meinerding, his body by Jerad S. Marantz, and his costume by Wesley Burt.
- In the comics, Cull Obsidian is named Black Dwarf, whereas "Cull Obsidian" is simply another name of the Black Order.
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- ↑ Avengers: Infinity War
- ↑ Meinderding, Ryan (5 December 2018). Ryan Meinerding on Instagram: “There were lots of fun collaborations working on the Black Order characters for Infinity War. Cull Obsidian is my head and @jsmarantz body,…”. Instagram. Retrieved on 5 December 2018.
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