- “The Tesseract has awakened. It is on a little world, a human world. They would wield its power, but our ally knows its workings as they never will. He is ready to lead, and our force, our Chitauri, will follow. A world will be his, the universe yours. And the humans, what can they do but burn?”
- ―The Other[src]
The Other serves Thanos, who is helping Loki Laufeyson. When Loki has arrived on Earth, Thanos is contacted by him, and the Other threatens the God of Mischief, declaring that if he fails in defeating the Earthlings, Thanos will make him know a new kind of suffering.
When eventually Loki is defeated, the Other complains to Thanos that the Earth's inhabitants are not as weak as they were supposed to be, he declares that challenging the Earth's heroes would be to court Death. To this, Thanos simply smiles.
The Other still serves Thanos, who has enlisted the aid of Ronan, Korath and Nebula to find the Orb. Thanos promised Ronan that he will help Ronan destroy Xandar in exchange of his services. When Gamora is captured by the Nova Corps, The Other communicates with Ronan to inform him Thanos wants to have a meeting with him. Already in the Sanctuary of Thanos, Ronan blames Gamora for the loss but The Other disagrees and blames him, Ronan, tired of being bossed around by both Thanos and the Other, eventually snaps the Other's neck, killing him.
- In the comics, "The Other" was an alias of Chthon the Elder God. However, the Marvel Cinematic Universe portrays the Other as a separate character.
- The Other is one of few major antagonists in the Avengers universe not to be killed in their debut appearance, the others being Abomination, Loki, and Thanos.
- The first and last lines of The Avengers are both spoken by The Other.
Guardians of the Galaxy
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