I know... you could go further beyond what I said...
We know Thor's Hammer is stronger than Adamantium.
For one, it dented a cylinder of pure adamantium with no damage to the hammer itself.
A cylinder that was thicker than the Hammer BTW.
That was retcon'd to be only secondary Adamantium (like the statue).
And no, Thor's Hammer isn't stronger than Adamantium. Adamantium is far more durable than his hammer w/o mystic powerups. After all, Classic Thor with his basic hammer (the one Hulk broke) can't affect Adamantium if it hits it. Adamantium is too durable. It is only when the hammer is charged with Odinforce/Thorforce that it can affect Primary Adamantium.
I've already posted the quote where it says Thor's hammer is capable of collapsing mountains with a single blow, but Primary Adamantium withstands it and is too durable for it.
Again, the Gems have no power outside of Marvel 616. That's one thing they got right in the Avengers/JLA crossover, the Gauntlet didn't work in the DC universe because it doesn't control those aspects of that universe.
Well, yeah, that's because it's not in the same Multiverse. DC/Marvel are COMPLETELY different things altogether. Two different companys, so it makes sense that certain powers don't cross over. (Just like the Anti-Life Equation is worthless to Thanos)
But I'm saying under the Marvel Banner, can't the character wearing the I.G. in Earth-616 reality pull beings from other realities, such as Cyttorak, into Earth-616 reality (as long as they are under the Marvel Comics banner)?
Example: Thanos wears the Infinity Gauntlet in 616 reality holds out his hand and says "Cyttorak, wherever you are, I will
you to stand before me." then Cyttorak appears? It makes sense, especially with the Reality Gem being backed by the Power Gem (as well as all the other gems).
Also, to be honest, I've never seen anything
that says the Infinity Gauntlet only
works in Earth-616 reality. The only place I've seen it fail was the DC universe, and, well...duh! Totally different company. But otherwise, the I.G. should span all
of the Marvel Omniverse. (Marvel Omniverse = all
(Marvel) Multiverses within = Everything under the Marvel company name) Or, at the very least, it should work in most
of the Marvel Omniverse. But to have such a powerful item limited to a single reality seems kind of.... anti-climactic.