@tommythehitman: Genuine, but really minor. They could plausibly be explained away with minor additions to the story. When Doom checks on the Doombot's fate, he mentions that the man should have thrown himself from the battlements as he was told. Thanos sees the tower blasting off, but thinking Doom dead, chooses to let it go- an amusement for another day. That kind of thing. ;)
@tommythehitman: How did I miss this?! Nice! Minor quibbles: a) who was the body in the Doombot, that there was blood and whatnot to be devoured by the Outriders? b) Thanos didn't take notice of part of a castle escaping the country, and pursue it? Or just bring it back?
"Kneel." He said, grinning the whole time as he felt the man's armor begin to give way. Unafraid, yet in terrible pain, Doom didn't falter, even when he started to struggle to speak.
"Doom... does not... kneel."
The smile on Thanos' face wavered, and in response he raised captive into the air and began to crush his chest like he was gouging the man's eyes out, pressing down with his thumbs with enough force to crush through stone.