Unlike their comic book counterparts, the Infinity Stones are only occasionally physical gems, occasionally taking the kind of strange gases or powerful cubes. A number of them have featured in the MCU while with their true nature revealed after the truth.
Yes! In Marvel Comics, the Stones are known as the Infinity Gems, and take the form of translucent oval stone in six of the standard colours of the rainbow .
The first Infinity Stone to appear in a Marvel film, this one's kind -as a glowing blue block about the size of a softball -was a neat red herring for another strong Marvel Comics artifact, the Cosmic Cube.
In the comics, the Infinity Gems were famously sought by Thanos, the Mad Titan. He desired them because he'd fallen in love with the Marvel Universe's notion of death, often embodied as a cloaked skeleton or sometimes a humanoid woman. In 1991's The Infinity Gauntlet, Thanos used the omnipotent power given by the Gauntlet to kill half the population of the universe as a tribute to his planned.
However, the most important set is 'Thanos: The Last Battle', a space-set final confrontation between the enormous bad as well as the assembled heroes. The description seems to imply that Iron Man attacks the Titan, a character takes the Glove of Infinity and the heroes win. That is hardly a shocking turn -the Avengers emerge victorious in an Avengers movie -but it would challenge the expectation by some that the movie will end with a cliffhanger with Thanos in control or perhaps even clicking his fingers a la Infinity Gauntlet ahead of a more out-there Avengers That said, a hero swiping the gauntlet would be still taking some inspiration from the comics -at the original arc Nebula wound up taking charge of the gems.
In actuality, not only are we sure that they'll have the ability to defeat him, but we also may know how they will go about saving the day. And that is because the full description for all the different Infinity War LEGO sets have surfaced now and while most of them tell us stuff we already knew, there are a few interesting nuggets of information hidden within.