Avengers: Infinity War stars’ drawings of their characters, ranked by what we’d do for them

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Pom Klementieff’s drawing of Mantis. Image via CharityBuzz.

Pom Klementieff’s drawing of Mantis: A Party City gift card

No, I don’t know if Party City even makes gift cards. The point being, unless Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 or Avengers 4 get really weird, Mantis isn’t a mermaid. At least we’d pay something resembling currency for it, just because there’s a little heart under Pom Klementieff’s signature.

Mark Ruffalo’s drawing of the Hulk. Image via CharityBuzz.

Mark Ruffalo’s drawing of the Hulk: Babysitting a toddler (for under 10 minutes)

If you’ve seen Infinity War, then you know it’s basically a two-and-a-half hour tantrum for the Hulk.

A full-blown toddler tantrum, even if it lasts two minutes, can feel like two-and-a-half hours. Trust us on that one.

Danai Gurira’s drawing of Okoye. Image via CharityBuzz.

Danai Gurira’s drawing of Okoye: A Starbucks gift card

It seems like Danai Gurira didn’t have time to get to Okoye’s face, but it gives this piece a very minimalist aesthetic. Still, just for the reference to Starbucks that made it into Infinity War, we’d shell out a Starbucks gift card for this drawing.

(We know they actually make Starbucks gift cards, so there.)

Dave Bautista’s drawing of Drax. Image via CharityBuzz.

Dave Bautista’s drawing of Drax: A vintage pirate romance novel

Since Drax apparently knows what the child of an angel and a pirate look like, why wouldn’t we find a classic pirate romance novel — long hair flowing in the wind and open, yet ruffly shirt are both required of the dashing hero on the cover, and scars are worth extra — in order to obtain this image of Drax?

Chris Hemsworth’s drawing of Thor. Image via CharityBuzz.

Chris Hemsworth’s drawing of Thor: A Bowflex machine

Thor knows better than to skip arm day. Or leg day. Or pretty much any day.

Therefore, we too must not skip arm day, or at least pay for others to do so by giving them the machine in exchange for the drawing.