The internet EXPLODED this morning (RIP internet!) with the debut of the first trailer for Avengers: Infinity War, in which it was revealed that after 17 movies of build-up, the Avengers will finally fight their arch-enemy Grimace! Hold onto your milkshakes, because from the look of things, Grimace means business!

What else can we learn from this trailer? Let's take a look at these Marvel-ous clues!

• Tatooine!


• A big glove!


• Another big glove??


• Orcs


• Peter Parker's wiggling arm hair! Gross!


• A Spider-Man video game


• Marvel's most popular superhero, Snowpiercer!


• Groot! Looks like our beloved little tree-creature is becoming a teenager—meaning at least one of Infinity War's 23 subplots will focus on his audibly screaming hormones as he stops being a cute, sweet tree-creature and starts being a sullen, surly tree-creature who breaks into Star-Lord's liquor cabinet and never stops masturbating


Meanwhile, what do we know about Grimace and his nefarious plan to wear a glove? Let us turn, as always, to the McDonald's fan wiki:

Image added by "BigWalt71" to "the Grimace gallery"

[Grimace] is a large, purple anthropomorphic being of indeterminate species with short arms and legs. He is known for his slow-witted demeanor. His most common expression is the word "duh" before every sentence.

While characterized as a "well-meaning simpleton," Grimace initially had a more ominous origin (emphasis mine):

Originally, Grimace was the "Evil Grimace," with two pairs of arms with which to steal milkshakes.

No matter what the lamestream media tries to tell us, I'm not buying for a SECOND that it's a "coincidence" Black Panther punches an orc with two pairs of arms with which to steal milkshakes (emphasis mine):


For centuries, Marvel movies have been foreshadowing Grimace's cruel and debasing reign—even going so far as to hide an "Easter egg" for comic book fans in the very last place they'd look: sports!

Grimace was last seen at Dodger Stadium on July 18th, 2012 vs. the Philadephia Phillies, dancing to Ram Jam's 1977 classic, "Black Betty."

Wow! Sounds like we're finally going to find out what Grimace has been up to for the past five years! Hold onto your milkshakes!