The Infinity Gauntlet is an all-powerful relic that gives its wearer mastery over time, space, mind, soul, reality and power, just not, apparently, a pan of hot pizza rolls. Or a plate of nachos. Or an Easy-Bake Oven mini cake. You get the idea. This Infinity Gauntlet can’t take the heat, so get it the hell out of your kitchen.
Yes, the “nerd stuff in a box” service Loot Crate gave subscribers an Infinity Gauntlet oven mitt this month, and nerds the nation over put down the Doritos and staggered into their kitchens for the first time to try out their new toy. It didn’t go well. Apparently Thanos’ plaything doesn’t work as advertised. Like, at all. Comics blogger Nick Borelli tried to use the oven mitt on a pan of pizza rolls, and his Infinity Gauntlet immediately became an Infinity Crisis.
Nick Borelli (@NicksComics) May 25, 2016
Loot Crate has issued a very serious, ALL-CAPS warning and promised to replace the defective mitt with “a product of equal or greater value” or a refund.
We believe it’s possible some of the oven mitts sent in your Loot Crates will not withstand the high temperatures stated in the Loot Crate magazine and may pose a safety hazard, including a risk of burns. Please IMMEDIATELY STOP USING THIS PRODUCT AND CAREFULLY SECURE IT FROM USE BY OTHERS.
I’ll go secure my Infinity Gauntlet oven mitt from use in my Cosmic Cube safe! [Tries to enter the combination and the door falls off]. Hmmmm.
So anyways, really looking forward to Avengers: Infinity War when Iron Man defeats Thanos by shouting “Heads up!” and throwing him a Hot Pocket.
via Comics Alliance