In the comics Drax has a daughter, the superhero known as Moondragon. A bald psychic bi-sexual (those are seriously the three largest aspects of her persona) who has been an Avenger and a member of the super team Infinity Watch (a group that uses and protects the Infinity Stones, the things the Marvel movie universe has been about since Thanos showed up trying to get the blue cube in “Avengers”).
|We might also want to aim for a more dignified costume.|
But when you take all of the elements together, first meeting Star Lord’s father, then having Thanos be the villain (as he is Gamora’s father), and then having Drax meet his daughter whom he thought lost… that would be several strong parallels. Then you have Groot say, "I am Groot" to break up this Maury Povich drama.
Sub-header: "Cause everyone saw the first one."
The Infinity war involves the retrieval and use of the 6 Infinity Gems, each containing power over an abstract concept: Space, Time, Reality, Power, Mind, and Soul. When assembled they create the Infinity Gauntlet, allowing for the wearer to control all of existence, Thanos manages this feat in the comic and kills half the universe, only being stopped by luck and stupidity. There is a scene in which he kills all of the Avengers by hand.
|A story in which Thor is turned to glass, Iron Man is decapitated, and Cyclopes is suffocated.|
|Side note: STOP KILLING OFF ALL THE BAD GUYS. There are lots of stories that can be told with them and you are shutting the doors too quickly. Too many Iron Man villains are gone for good and it is a waste.|"Okay, just so we are clear... Next step is to cross this over with Star Wars because money isn't going to print itself."