It was established as a device created by A. The Cube was also a plot device in a story that introduced the character of the Super-Adaptoid in Tales of Suspense 82—84 Oct. The Cube was also featured in a one-off story in the Avengers 40 being found and briefly wielded by Namor. The creation of a second Cube was shown in Super-Villain Team-Up 16—17 May , June but this Cube was initially powerless and did not gain any reality-altering ability until years after its creation.
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The Cosmic Cube is an item that can control matter and energy, answering to the will of the sentient beings that use them. They require practice to be used properly, but a skillful user can alter all reality to answer to its thoughts, granting anything they desire. Most Cosmic Cubes are cube-shaped matrixes. However, similar objects with different shapes are known as Cosmic Containment Units. Sentient beings wanting to create a Cosmic Cube must first generate a force field to open a rift to another dimension inhabited by the Beyonders , allowing the extra-dimensional energy to filter through the rift. When entering the Earth's dimension, the energies can be held in a matrix, and the force itself would shape the matrix into a perfect cube.
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Aarkus was once the Golden Age villain-turned-hero called The Vision, whose people came to our reality to serve as midwives to beings born from Cosmic Cubes. Growing tired of his mechanic job, Abe Jenkins created a suit of armor and became the Beetle. Originally a criminal, he changed his ways as a member of the Thunderbolts, becoming a mainstay of the group and achieving legitimacy as a superhero. An extremely violent boxer turned criminal, Loki bestowed his powers upon him, and he was transformed into the Absorbing Man, granting him powers to absorb any material and take on its properties. He is the on-again-off-again husband of Titania, and an enemy of Thor and Hulk.
There was a cover for one of the issues in For Tomorrow where Wonder Woman appeared to have beaten Superman, and yet what actually happened was him backhanding her when she charged at him. There were a bunch of teasers for Shadowland that pitted characters against each other, none of those actually happened. So until then, is there any thing to refute a statement that says anyone who can beat a slightly amped regular Iron Fist wins this fight? CitizenBane: If you read the synopsis of this issue, it states that Iron Fist discovers that he has a connection with the Phoenix Force, so I highly doubt that it's just for shock value. Quentin Quire has a connection to the Phoenix Force too.