ByDarian Sablon, writer at Creators.co

RED SKULL IS THANOS. Yep, believe or not Red Skull will turn out to be Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War. Now I know what you're saying, it's ridiculous, how could Red Skull be Thanos? Now let me explain, if you remember in Captain America: The First Avenger, Red Skull was sucked into the vacuum of space

SOOOO, SPACE THE FINAL FRONTIER
SOOOO, SPACE THE FINAL FRONTIER

Well if you look closely, that area of space looks a lot like the background in The Avengers where Thanos smiles evilly. So I mean it HAS to mean something

WAIT, GAME OF THRONES IS ON!!! YESSS!!!!!!!!!
WAIT, GAME OF THRONES IS ON!!! YESSS!!!!!!!!!

And not only that, but think for a moment. Red Skull is red and the tesseract is blue and red mixed blue is (GASP!!) purple (well technically magenta but who cares right?!). And he has blue eyes, obviously from the tesseract and him being sent in space

Now on to Batman vs Superman, believe it or not, Ben Affleck Batman isn't Bruce Wayne Batman but actually SLADE WILSON BATMAN. Yep and Alfred isn't Alfred at all, he's actually Slade Wilson's butler, called Billy Wintergreen.

BECAUSE I'M SLADE WILSON!!!
BECAUSE I'M SLADE WILSON!!!

Yep and not only that but remember John Blake from Dark Knight Rises, well he's actually in the DCU, as... THE JOKER. Believe it man, this is going to be REAL.

I mean, there are so many crazy fan theories out there that why can't my theory be true cause there is so much evidence supporting it right, RIGHT?!

Well not necessarily, and this is something that a lot of people don't understand. It's okay to have fan theories, it's basically our job description as fans. But we should not be pulling at straws and making longggg articles in order to just gain support from other people. When you are seeing things that aren't really there, (like saying that the v between Batman v. Superman, isn't actually a versus sign but the roman numeral five, when it's freaking lowercase and not uppercase V) you need to know that you are trying to hard to prove your fan theory right. I mean seriously, you're killing me. Not to say that I don't like to listen to fan theories. They show the imagination and creativity of fans and their dedication to the source material. And they are meant to be crazy (had this theory once that Han Solo was the actual Skywalker and that Luke was just a clone). But I reiterate, you should not be so into your theory that you are just pulling at straws in order to be right, and be so serious if people call you out on it. So please, cool it with the fan theories. Please, I am BEGGING you. And if you are right in your fan theory, you have permission kick me. Anyways, as Nick Mason always says Grab dat gem.

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