The Titans lived peacefuly on the paradise-like planet Titan. However, the people soon began suffering from overpopulation causing a scarcity of natural resources and there wasn't enough food to feed everyone. Thanos suggested to kill half of the population so the other half could live, but a random dispassionate form, fair to both rich and poor alike. He was deemed a mad man and was exiled from his people. However, Thanos was sonewhat right, and the entire race soon died, leaving Thanos the only Titan alive.
It is unknown if the race has any connection with the Eternals of the same universe, or are an entire sepearate race.
Powers and Abilities
- Sui-San being a third generation Titanian Eternal, the Titans are all fourth or later generation.
- "Titan" refers both to the subgroup of Eternals of Titan and to residents or people raised there like Moondragon.
- All Titans were initially shown being purple-skinned like Thanos in Iron Man #55. The idea of Thanos being different-looking from the rest of his people wasn't established until later on.
- 120 representatives of Titans (Eternals)
- 21 representatives of Titans (Eternals)
- Appearances of Titans (Eternals)
- Minor Appearances of Titans (Eternals)
- Media Titans (Eternals) was Mentioned in
- Race Gallery: Titans (Eternals)
- Images of Titans (Eternals)
Links and References
- Captain Marvel #27
- Silver Surfer Vol 3 #49
- Captain Marvel Vol 5 #15
- Annihilation: The Nova Corps Files #1
- Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #10; Starfox's entry
- Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 2 #13; Titan's entry
- All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z #4; Eternals' entry
- Universe X #X
- Avengers: Infinity War
- Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #11; Titan' entry
- Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 2 #13
- Avengers Vol 3 #35
- Cronin, Brian (30 April 2018). Comic Legends: Was Thanos Always a Mutant?. CBR.com.