The fierce warrior Nebula is the adopted daughter of Thanos and the “sister” of Gamora. As the Mad Titan raised his “daughters,” he trained the two in combat, often forcing them to face off against each other. Read more
Nebula is a former Luphomoid assassin, an adopted daughter of the intergalactic warlord Thanos and adopted sister of Gamora. As the right-hand woman of Ronan the Accuser during his and Thanos' quest to retrieve the Orb, she helped him fight the Guardians of the Galaxy during the Battle of Xandar.
But Thanos, being the mad Titan that he is, isn't exactly a loving father, and he only came to be a parent to Nebula and Gamora because he kidnapped them and raised them as a part of his intergalactic team of mercenaries. ... Thanos then puts her in a torture chamber and holds onto her as a part of his master plan.
Nebula was born to the Luphomoids, a race of humanoid aliens with blue and purple skin. Some time ago, Thanos killed her family and adopted her as a daughter, raising her to be a galactic warrior on his behalf.
The fierce warrior Nebula is the adopted daughter of Thanos and the “sister” of Gamora. As the Mad Titan raised his “daughters,” he trained the two in combat, often forcing them to face off against each other.
In the timeline we know, Thanos sacrifices Gamora — quite possibly the only thing he loves — and is one step closer to omnipotent power. However, in this universe, we see that Gamora is still alive after Thanos already has the Soul Stone.
Acquired by Thanos
Forcing her to divulge the Soul Stone's location by torturing Nebula, the pair traveled to Vormir. There, they were approached by Red Skull who explained that Thanos had to sacrifice someone he loved in order to gain the Stone.
As Heimdall was Thor's best friend, the Asgardian King took his death the hardest out of the deaths of the Asgardians, surpassed only by the grief he felt for Loki, who died soon after Heimdall.
Having become a confidant of Adolf Hitler during World War II, Schmidt gained ambitions to become the superior man, leading him to test the version of Abraham Erskine's Super Soldier Serum on himself, resulting with him becoming hideously disfigured as well as gaining the name of Red Skull.
Originally Answered: Why did Red Skull call Gamora the daughter of Thanos on Vormir? Because Thanos adopted her after brutally murdering half of her planet's population, which would have obviously included her biological parents. So, after this… She is in all meaning of the word, a 'daughter' of Thanos.
The Guardians and the Avengers in a stand-off Unaware of Gamora's death, the remaining Guardians, acting on a tip from the escaped Nebula, landed on Titan with the aim to ambush Thanos there.
They were subsequently greeted by Thanos' future self, who sported the same clothes Frank used as the Punisher. He brought both of them to his future, showing Frank the authoritarian world he had built on his example, including a past version of himself living with his wife Maria.
Nebula considers GOG as her family after GOG2. In the second installment of GOG2, it is shown that Mantis, can alter the minds of anyone (EGO,Drax). Thus Nebula asking Mantis to arrive on Titan means that she could use her power to change the course of ship towards Titan.
The Soul Stone knew the Red Skull was not able to obtain itself, so the Stone cursed the Red Skull to be the Stonekeeper and know everyone who arrives on the planet. So it seems there was no one guarding the Soul Stone prior.
Stormbreaker is an enchanted axe of Dwarvian manufacture, forged from Uru on Nidavellir with the ability to summon the Bifrost. After Mjølnir's destruction, the weapon was used by Thor.
She gets her powers from the mind stone which is embedded in the Sceptre Loki used in the first Avengers film. The actual way that it happens is from experimentation that Hydra performs on many people but the only two that survive are Quicksilver and Scarlett Witch.
He became the Keeper as punishment for his hubris. The Infinity Stones have an slive of sapience, thus when he so carelessly misused the Space Stone to make simple weapons, he caused resentment in the Stone. The moment he mishandled the Tesseract, he was cast away to Vormir to serve as Keeper.
Gamora knows the location of the Soul Stone because she found a map, which is explained in the hologram Nebula displays during her interrogation. Thanos uses said hologram to call her bluff when she says she doesn't know where it is, so it's a hard scene to miss.
The Big Bang sent six elemental crystals hurtling across the virgin universe. These Infinity Stones each control an essential aspect of existence." The Infinity Stones were six immensely powerful gem-like objects tied to different aspects of the universe, created by the Big Bang from six singularities.
Nebula is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Created by Roger Stern and John Buscema, the character first appeared in The Avengers #257 (July 1985). Originally depicted as a supervillain, Nebula was later depicted as an antihero and member of the Guardians of the Galaxy.
Gamora was just better than Nebula, and Thanos rewarded that with negative reinforcement against Nebula, hoping it would make her better. In the end, it just made her betray him.
Nebula's motivation. Nebula is a major character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. She served as the secondary antagonist of Guardians of the Galaxy, as the anti-heroic tritagonist of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and as one of the tritagonists of Avengers: Infinity War.