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There is a physical cost in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, when someone wields the Infinity Gauntlet. The immense energy that passes through the being causes serious damage, even if the wearer, such as the Hulk or Thanos, is already extremely strong and durable. If a person is of normal strength and durability, like Tony Stark, he's more than likely to kill them.
But what if there was a way to wield the Gauntlet without hurting anyone? Well, it could be in the form of Life Model Decoys. The LMDs are robotic duplicates, designed to be exact copies down to every detail. So, let's go into the details of the origins and abilities of the LMDs in Marvel Comics and the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and then discuss whether or not they would be good substitutes for the power of the Infinity Gauntlet.
LMDs appeared for the first time in Strange Tales # 135 in 1965 in a story called "The Man For The Job!" "The Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. LMDs are used in this story as decoys of Nick Fury during a Hydra attack. They look exactly like the person they duplicate, with the same irises, fingerprints, speech patterns, body language, and even scent. In addition, not only do they have all the original memories, but they also imitate their thought patterns enough to fool telepathy. Being an android, they have increased speed, stamina, and durability. On top of that, their skin is made of Epidurium, a rarer metal than Vibranium and Adamantium.
In addition to Nick Fury, LMDs have been used to replace heroes and villains throughout the Marvel spectrum and have appeared in multiple alternate universes, including the Ultimate Universe. They also appeared in various other media, cartoons, books, and the 1998 TV movie, Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. But most importantly, LMDs already have a complicated history in the MCU. The first mention of LMDs in the MCU was Tony Stark's joke in The Avengers, where, after Agent Coulson arrived at Stark Tower to pick him up for the Avengers Initiative, Stark claims to be his own LMD. However, the LMDs would not have made their first actual appearance until the fourth season of Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
In the LMD arc, fans learn that Agents Billy and Sam Koenig (both played by Patton Oswalt) were involved in the original LMD program that failed to produce a working android. Today, however, the scientist Holden Radcliffe (John Hannah) has restarted the LMD program. After giving his digital assistant Aida (Artificially Intelligent Digital Assistant) a body and successfully turning it into a fully fledged LMD that could pass on to humans, Radcliffe was forced to use it to save several S.H.I.E.L.D. members stuck between dimensions, as the only way to save them was to read from the Darkhold, a book of cosmic information that would drive any human mad. As an android, theoretically, she could read from it and survive. Not only has she been able to do so, but she has been able to use the information she has acquired to create a perfect artificial brain, bringing the LMD program to fruition.
Once S.H.I.E.L.D. discovered the truth of the LMD program, it was decided that it would continue under the Agency. Unknown to them, however, all the time Radcliffe and Aida worked towards their own ends. Eventually, with the help of Ghost Rider, the evil duo was defeated by S.H.I.E.L.D. Later in the series, at the end of Season 6, LMDs returned when Agent Coulson was brought back as a much more advanced version of Chronicom technology after his death.
With all that in mind, it is fair to debate whether the LMDs could handle the power of the Infinity Gauntlet. On the one hand, Aida 's successful reading of the Darkhold would suggest that, given its nature, it could be another supremely powerful cosmic artifact. However, even if they could survive, it is not clear whether they could use it in the first place. It is not clear whether the Gauntlet is aware of the nature of its user, and whether the sentient, organic being must be the one to use it. If that were the case, then the LMDs would not be taken into consideration. However, if the only qualification to use the gloves is to be sentient, this scenario could be ideal.
It's possible that if Tony Stark had had the time to gain access to the LMD before the Avengers: Endgame events, he wouldn't have had to sacrifice himself by using the power of the Infinity Gauntlet. Hopefully, the next time Earth's Most Powerful Heroes find themselves in a situation similar to that at the end of the Endgame, they will use this more creative solution instead of having to say goodbye to one of their own.
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