Jim Starlin, the comic book writer/artist who created such fan-favorite Marvel characters as Thanos and his brother Eros has mentioned the latter’s destiny within the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Starfox is sort of sexual predators
Played via Harry Styles, Eros (aka Starfox) turned into delivered to the MCU thru the post-credit score scenes of Eternals. In an interview with Inverse, the character’s creator commented on Starfox and the way he suits into the MCU. “He’s an interesting one,” Starlin stated, “I have no idea what they’re going to do with him. I sort of left him as a sociopath, and he is sort of a sexual predator. So I’ll be curious to see how the MCU Eros fares up against the other one. Especially in this day and age, so it is constantly a tricky one.”
Starfox getting into the MCU wasn’t precisely a wonder to Starlin. However, his different individual Pip, who regarded in Eternals along Eros, wasn’t expected. The author discovered that he did not pay attention anything from Marvel Studios leader Kevin Feige notwithstanding bringing up Pip frequently in their conversations. Speaking about Pip’s destiny in the MCU, Starlin explained that the individual “might be the comic relief,” and that as a teleporter, he “brings in all sorts of possibilities.”
With the broader degree of the multiverse, Starlin believes that there is probably the “opportunity of bringing back Thanos” to the MCU. According to the author, he has heard that Marvel is probably interested in using “a few different characters” he has created as well.
Elsewhere in the same interview, Starlin discovered that the foundation for Thanos and Eros to start with got here from a psychology magnificence he took in college. “We had a visitor lecturer who turned into talking about the Freudian principles of Eros and Thanos. That’s wherein they each got here from,” he stated. “Thanos to begin with because the dark aspect always appears to me more than the light side, and after that, Eros.”
Starlin admitted that he “did not understand what to do” with Starfox for “the longest time,” only that he was “a brother.” Speaking about the character tendencies of the comic and MCU Starfox, the author stated that “the sort of Playboy Eros” came from the name, but the more “sexual predator” trait was evolved greater independently by Marvel. Starlin commented that after he returned to the individual some years ago, he supposed to take Starfox right into a greater sociopathic route than being a sexual predator. “I figured if it comes from the same strain as Thanos, there may be got to be something wrong,” he blunted.