It's ironic that two of Adam Warlock's supporting characters, Drax and Gamora, were major parts of the "Guardians" film, yet Warlock himself was nowhere to be seen. We saw his cocoon in "Thor: The Dark World," and again in the Collector's gallery in "Guardians," so one has to assume that his introduction is at least being considered. And if that's the case, could his evil clone be far behind? Warlock is the galaxy's savior, a cosmic messiah that will go to any length to protect the universe. Magus is just the opposite, a being made of pure ego who wants to remake everything in his own image. A would-be god, the threat Magus could bring to the next "Guardians" film could rival that of Thanos himself. In the pages of the comics, Magus was the being responsible for the Infinity War and is one of the galaxy's greatest cosmic menaces. Add to that the fact that he's a perfect back door to introducing Warlock and you have some very intriguing story potential for James Gunn and company.