Thanos deadliest family member is considered the Eternals’ version of Satan, as the ancient heroes refer to Uranos the Undying as their devil.
The Eternals just revealed how they see one of their most dangerous members, as Thanos’ deadly ancestor Uranos was just directly compared to Satan – and for good reason. In a new preview for A.X.E.: Death to the Mutants #1 by Marvel Comics, the Eternals plan how to take on Druig and his powerful army. When Ikaris suggests they’re standing up against injustice, Phastos says he’s downplaying things, referring to Uranos as Satan, and calling him a huge problem for the heroes.
Uranos the Undying is the Grand-Uncle of Thanos whose genocidal actions led him to be imprisoned in exclusion by his fellow Eternals for hundreds of thousands of years. However, with a faction of the Eternals breaking free from their own kind after learning the true cost of being eternal, Druig, the new Prime-Eternal, is unleashing his forces against the X-Men after learning they’re a product of excess deviation – the same as the Deviants. His prime weapon against the X-Men is Uranos, who wiped out Arakko in under an hour, killing thousands of mutants in what can only be described as a massacre. Now, the Eternals against Druig are trying to plan to stop Uranos, referring to the villain as their version of Satan.
In a new preview for A.X.E.: Death to the Mutants #1 by Kieron Gillen, Guiu Vilanova, Dijjo Lima, and VC’s Travis Lanham from Marvel Comics, the Eternals who escaped from Lemuria plan their next move as Druig declares death to all the mutants. Ikaris suggests the team continue to fight against injustice, but Phastos, whose actions led to the eventual freeing of Uranos, says they need to make sure they know what Thanos’ deadliest ancestor will do next, calling him Satan.