Numbers of Characters in the Infinity War: Only 69 Characters, No Big Deal

As the Russo brothers said, the film would feature a whopping 69 named characters. Sixty. Nine. Too enough to make all Marvel fans expect the coming Avengers: Infinity War, which might be the biggest events in Marvel history even the comic history. Whatever the number may be, let’s read on to find out who have been confirmed!


Thor has always been a certainty for Infinity War. Intriguingly, we’ve seen images of the Odinson in Marvel’s teaser video for the film – and he doesn’t appear to be wielding Mjolnir, one of the most favored and powerful weapons that Marvel fans will keep an eye on all the time.

2. Iron Man

Tony Stark was always guaranteed to appear in Infinity War, as he’s been front-and-center of the MCU since its inauguration. Iron Man is likely to be one of the central characters and will have a number of intriguing character arcs. Iron Man’s helmet and armour will be redesigned and upgraded every time and we are all looking forward how powerful the latest suit will be.

3. Spider-Man

According to Tom Holland, Marvel had to renegotiate a little to get Spider-Man into the film – but the outcome was never really in doubt! Fans love to see this young Spider-Man become a more and more important character in the Avengers and how he helps the team by his unique special power.

It’s also excited to scream out all our old friends’ names, Ant-Man, Black Panther, Black Widow, Falcon, Hawkeye, Hulk, Loki, Scarlet Witch, Captain America, Vision, War Machine, Winter Soldier, Pepper Potts, The Guardians Of The Galaxy, Doctor Strange and so on, they will all be back. More new characters like The Black Order, The Collector and Happy Hogan will also meet us in the theatre next year.

Among all these countless characters, who’s the most powerful one? I guess we can only wait for the movies to find out. However, it’s pretty sure to name the most popular characters Thor, Iron Man and Spider-Man because they all have their own Ecubee spinners which are making a big splash among Marvel Ecubers.

1. Iron Man Spinner

A well-made spinner that every Iron Man fan should have when expecting the coming new episode which is not only a fun toy just as same as the Iron Man metal helmet but also a useful tool for relieving stress, quitting smoking, improving obsessive-compulsive disorder, ADHD, insomnia and other mental diseases.

2. Spider-Man Spinner

This spinner can spin 2-4 minutes in average which is quite helpful for increasing concentration and also effective for deep thought and relaxing. Every Marvel fan, I guess, might have a superhero dream burying deep inside their heart. By playing with this hot red Spider-Man theme Marvel Spinner, you can totally imagine yourself the Ecubee Superhero with super spinner power.

3. Thor Hammer Spinner

This Ecubee Thor Hammer Spinner is designed as the Thor Hammer and made by Gold / Silver / Copper Aluminum Alloy in mini size, which is convenient and easy to take it wherever you go in your pocket having fun anytime anywhere. It can also be a cool hang decoration that can catch every Marvel fan’s attention.

Except for the Ecubee Marvel Fidget Spinner, make sure to have a look at MORE VARIOUS SPINNERS in special discount, let alone the “buy 1 get 1″ crazy sale.

How To Improve the Effectiveness of Your Presentations

Whether you’re up in front of a client, a networking group, or a conference audience, the success of your presentation depends on who you are as you present. It’s what’s in you that matters as much as what you do and say.

Your energy. Your enthusiasm. And I’m just going to come out and say it: your love.

I’ve upped my game in the past year when it comes to presentations. The outcomes have been striking. More visibility. More conversations with prospective customers. More word-of-mouth. More clients.

For this improvement, I have many presentation masters to thank, but two stand out: Nancy Duarte and Gail Larsen. Having these two as mentors through their books, videos, and coaching has made a huge difference.

So I want to share with you what I’ve learned that has made such a big difference in the responses I’ve been getting. They can do the same for you and your business!

1. Focus less on the head and more on the heart.

The heart rules. If you can touch people on an emotional level, you’ll be most of the way there. Those of us who’ve worked in a corporate setting in particular wrestle with this one. We’ve had it drummed in that it’s the information that matters most. I was a scientist, so I had a double dose of that medicine! Speak to the heart and you can’t go wrong.

2. Keep your visuals oh so simple.

I spent years as a consultant developing slides for my clients. One thing I always tried to teach them was the merit in keeping slide content as limited as possible. Those big tables with multiple rows and columns? Terrible for your audience! They’ll immediately tune out and you’ve lost momentum. You’ll have to work to regain their attention. It’s a lost opportunity!

Though I was always an advocate for simple slides, the benefits of what I used to do don’t compare to the audience response to the pared down approach I use now. Keep your slides limited to one image, or up to 5 words. That’s it. So so powerful. Your most important point will be made. You’ll make a much bigger impact.

3. Be aware you’re weaving a story.

People will always remember how you made them feel. When you tell a story, you bring them into an experience, one they will not readily forget. Whether the aim of your talk is to share data or a heartfelt experience, you’re weaving a story whether you realize it or not. The way our brains work, we fill in the gaps and apply our own knowledge and experiences.

When you realize how that works, it’s an opportunity for you to offer a different perspective, to expand their worlds a little bit (or a lot!). Share your own stories. They are a gift to others. Study movies for examples of stories. Listen to great speeches to learn their rhythms.

4. Cherish the vehicle for your presentation – you!

When you present, you have the opportunity to bring your whole being to it. Being attentive to that being will make you even more effective. Most people feel fear before they present. “Fear is excitement without the breath,” psychotherapist Fritz Perls reminded us. So remember to breathe.

Care for your precious, worthy self before a talk. Rest. Plan ahead so you arrive with a cushion of time rather than being rushed and stressed.

Decide how you want to show up in your presentation. Who do you want to be? Prepare your energy by meditating, affirmations, or a practice that resonates with you. I have a pre-presentation process that I do each time so that I’m present and at my best. You can create one too: include words, visualizations, and movement that prepare you.

5. Make your goal not information, but transformation.

Speaking to an audience, regardless of its size, is an opportunity for you to facilitate their transformation. Whether it’s a product or an idea that is the apparent subject of your presentation, you can bring the subject into a larger context, for yourself and your audience. What role can you play in raising people’s awareness? In shifting their view to healing and growing? You don’t need to change the whole world. Just change your own world for the better. Stay passionate about what calls you.

Your presentations, whether to one person or a whole crowd, can materially affect your business. The more memorable you are, the better the outcome. You can have more income and more impact as you develop your effectiveness as a presenter.