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Appearing in "It Came From Outer Space"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Captain America #398.

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Synopsis for "It Came From Outer Space"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Captain America #398.

Rick Jones wakes from a dream where the Kree are destroyed and Captain America turns into the Supreme Intelligence. After talking with the Pantheon's precog Delphi, he decides to warn Cap. Cap and John leave to meet with Rick, but John is antagonistic during the flight to Cap's surprise. During the meeting, Warstar of the Imperial Guard attacks Rick. While Cap battles Warstar, Rick escapes, only to be captured by two other Imperial Guard members; they plan to use him against the Supreme Intelligence. Meanwhile, Supreme Intelligence creates Supremor. a robotic surrogate for himself. He plans to form the Kree Starforce to further his plans for the Kree Empire.

Appearing in "Twenty Million Light Years from Earth"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Captain America #399.

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Synopsis for "Twenty Million Light Years from Earth"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Captain America #399.

On Hala, Shatterax hands the captive Avengers over to Ronan the Accuser. Following Captain America's cue, Sersi disguises the Avengers as Kree Accusers in a flash of light and claim the Avengers escaped. The Avengers retreat to a rest room and Iron Man demands to be returned to his original state. Without explaining that his armor is also his life support, he breaks from the group to fly reconnaissance solo, but Goliath insists on going with him. Meanwhile, Supremor meets with Shatterax. Korath and Ultimus with a plan to restore the Supreme Intelligence as leader of the Kree. Iron Man tells the Avengers to meet him at the government building, so they commandeer a flying billboard to get there. Korath spots them and attacks, but Cap quickly defeats him.

Appearing in "Turn of the Sentry"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers West Coast Vol 2 #80.

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Synopsis for "Turn of the Sentry"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers West Coast Vol 2 #80.

Rick Jones is mesmerized by Oracle to lead the Imperial Guard to the hidden Kree outpost where he originally acquired the Nega Bands. Meanwhile, Captain America has contacted the Avengers West Coast for help. They track the identicard Cap gave to Rick to the Kree outpost in time to save him from crossfire between the Imperial Guard and the Kree Sentry activated by their arrival. The Avengers get caught up fighting both sides of the Kree-Shi'ar conflict, eventually destroying the Sentry with the help of a laser cannon found in the armory. The Sentry's defeat triggers the outpost's self-destruct measures, and the Imperial Guard take the opportunity to escape with their target, a key component of a Psyche-Magnetron. Not about to let them get away clean, the Avengers contact Quasar to pursue the Shi'ar cruiser. Quasar doesn't quite catch them before the go to warp, and a mysterious black solar flare captures his more immediate attention.

Appearing in "They Also Serve..."

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers West Coast Vol 2 #81.

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Synopsis for "They Also Serve..."

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers West Coast Vol 2 #81.

The Avengers' Earthside defense force is tasked with watching over the captured Kree and Shi'ar warriors at Project PEGASUS. It doesn't take long for members of the Shi'ar Imperial Guard to attack and liberate Warstar and their fellow soldiers. In the process, they see an opportunity to break out Captain Atlas and trick him into following Hobgoblin, disguised as Doctor Minerva, into a trap aboard their ship so they can claim his Nega-Bands. Left behind, the real Minerva agrees to help the Avengers find the escaped Shi'ar. With her help, the Avengers direct Quasar (accompanied by Her) to pursue the fleeing Imperial Guard cruiser, but before they can stop the ship from warping out, they're intercepted by Starbolt and Neutron.

Appearing in "The Tomb of Mar-Vell"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Quasar #32.

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Synopsis for "The Tomb of Mar-Vell"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Quasar #32.

Quasar checks in with the Starcore station about the odd and potentially dangerous solar activity they've been monitoring. They decline his offer of evacuation, but he makes sure they contact him immediately if things get worse. His next Avenger alert directs him to Mar-Vell's tomb, which has detected a break-in. He meets up with Starfox, also looking into the intrusion, and together they find and confront the Kree agents Doctor Minerva and Captain Atlas. The Kree are easily subdued, but then they're suddenly surrounded by what appears to be the entire She-ar Imperial Guard. In the ensuing battle, it's eventually revealed that most of the Shi'ar forces were illusions cast by Magique and the three that were actually there are defeated, but the fracas gives Minerva and Atlas the opportunity to find what they came for, Mar-Vell's Nega Bands. Captain Atlas dons the bands and clashes them together in hopes of harnessing their power, but only succeeds in swapping places with Rick Jones, who had been otherwise safe inside the Avengers West Coast compound.

Elsewhere, the Kree scientist Korath laments that the current government declined to fund his "Pursuer" cyber-genetic engineering project. Swearing to shake the Empire to its foundations, he subjects himself to the process to be reborn as Korath the Pursuer.

Appearing in "Spatial Deliveries"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Quasar #33.

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Synopsis for "Spatial Deliveries"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Quasar #33.

After taking care of Neutron and Starbolt in Earth's system, Quasar has Her stay behind to watch the stargate while he heads through it to persue the rest of the Imperial Guard. He invades their ship and convinces them to hand over the prisoner Captain Atlas so as not to risk further damage to their vessel. Quasar also demands the Nega-Bands, but they've already been transported to the Shi'ar star system. With Epoch's help, Quasar tracks the Nega-Bands' location with Atlas in tow. Just as he's entering the Shi'ar system, he's stopped by Binary, who cryptically warns him not to interfere, lest it cost the Empire countless lives. Binary is soon joined by more members of the Imperial Guard, who attack and eject Quasar from their space while the Shi'ar on the world below prepare for launch. Separated from Quasar, Captain Atlas is taken prisoner again by the Shi'ar, but he doesn't spend long in his cell before being rescued by the sudden arrival of Shatterax.

Meanwhile on Chandilar, the Avengers' Shi'ar delegation meets with Prime Minister Araki. Captain Marvel delivers their demands to keep Earth out of their conflict with the Kree. With extra threats from the short-fused Thor, Araki agrees to take their message to the Empress.

Appearing in "Shared Space"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Wonder Man #7.

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Synopsis for "Shared Space"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Wonder Man #7.

Captain Atlas has stolen Captain Marvel's Nega Bands in hopes of claiming their power, but the only thing he can manage to do with them is swap places with Rick Jones as Mar-Vell once did. As Rick was in Avengers West Coast compound at the time, this leads to Atlas bouncing between fighting Wonder Man there and Quasar at Captain Mar-Vell's tomb, with Rick helplessly stuck along for the ride. The heroes are confounded and frustrated by being forced to switch between fighting Captain Atlas and protecting Rick Jones at a moment's notice, but Wonder Man eventually figures out his opponent's timing and succeeds in punching Atlas out the instant he zaps in. Later, the Avengers have both Captain Atlas and Doctor Minerva in custody and prepare to go on the offensive before the Earth can get further caught up in the Kree-Shi'ar war.

Elsewhere, the revived Supreme Intelligence psychically contacts the exiled Demon Druid to recruit him to his cause. The Intelligence dubs his new agent with a new, slightly less ridiculous name, Ultimus.

Appearing in "Death Adrift"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Wonder Man #8.

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Synopsis for "Death Adrift"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Wonder Man #8.

The Avengers' Shi'ar delegation is taken to the launch site of the device that the Nega-Bands, Psyche-Magnetron, and Omni-Wave Projector were stolen to complete. Empress Lilandra oversees the deployment of the massive vessel they're calling the "Nega-Portal" that will somehow bring a swift end to the war with the Kree. The Starjammers are commissioned to tow it to its destination, but Corsair refuses to be a part of it over the risk the route poses to Earth. The remaining Starjammers proceed with their mission over the protests of Wonder Man, who refuses to abide the use of the gigantic weapon. Dragging Vision along, Simon abandons the delegation to infiltrate the Nega-Portal. They're forced to fight the Starjammers until they're all convinced that the Nega-Portal is really a Nega-Bomb that threatens to wipe out an entire galaxy. They're especially reluctant to take it through the stargate since some of the circuitry was damaged in their fight. Wonder Man persuades the Starjammers to return to their ship and disengage while he and Vision stay aboard the Nega-Bomb in an effort to repair the damage before it accidentally goes off.

Appearing in "Storm Gatherings"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers #345.

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Synopsis for "Storm Gatherings"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers #345.

The East coast Avengers rescue the crew of Starcore from a solar flare and run into a hostile Shi'ar fleet. They return to the Avengers' meeting where they are brought up to speed on the situation: an intergalactic war is erupting between the Kree and Shi'ar. Cap splits the Avengers into three groups: one group will try to reason with the Kree empire, one will try to reason with the Shi'ar and the third will stay behind as a rearguard to protect the Earth.

Appearing in "Assassination"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers #346.

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Synopsis for "Assassination"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Avengers #346.

The Avengers have managed to get into the heart of the Kree empire, Kree-Lar. The Supreme Intelligence watches as Ronan is commanded to watch over the safety of the Kree. The Supreme Intelligence then thinks to himself of how he has made these events so. He also senses that Deathbird has snuck into the capitol, Hala. Therefore, he summons a team of Kree he names "Starforce" to deal with the invaders, the Avengers. He believes that the Avengers are tied in with the Shi'ar and are going to help Deathbird carry out an assassination attempt on the Kree leaders.

The Avengers, meanwhile, are suddenly attacked by Starforce and they fight back. They take each Kree out until they get access into the capitol citadel where the Supreme Intelligence waits. The leaders Ael-Dann and Dar-Benn cannot believe that the Avengers have come to the citadel and have made it so deep into the empire. As the Avengers enter the great hall they are surrounded by Starforce members and Ael-Dann and Dar-Benn announce that they do not recognize the Starforce members and fear them as trespassers as well. They order Captain Atlas to be killed and the Supreme Intelligence's last doing reveals itself. Deathbird leaps out of the shadows and slays the Kree leaders in the name of the Shi'ar. She then flies off. Their deaths allow Supreme Intelligence to regain his power over the Kree and he announces that the real war has begun and demands the death of the Shi'ar's Majestrix Lilandra. He also says the Avengers who have come here must die as well since they are accomplices to the assassination. The Kree empire wants revenge and shouts "Death to the Shi'ar!"

Appearing in "Decisions in a Vacuum"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Iron Man #278.

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Synopsis for "Decisions in a Vacuum"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Iron Man #278.

A designated group of Avengers (including Iron Man) enter a Kree space station in an attempt to negotiate peace with the Kree and the Shi'ar. The Avengers run into some Shi'ar commandos in which they battle, and Iron Man ends up battling a Kree soldier named Shatterax (who was sent by the Supreme Intelligence) outside the station. Iron Man ends up deciding to surrender the Avenger team over to the Kree in hopes of survival.

Appearing in "The War and the Warrior!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Thor #445.

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Synopsis for "The War and the Warrior!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Thor #445.

Thor and the Avengers meet up with the Shi'ar called Gladiator, but he proves too powerful and the only way to neutralize him is to send him through one of the Stargates and implode it behind him, trapping him there. Unfortunately, it also traps the Avengers in Shi'ar space, and they are now surrounded by an armada.

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Footnotes

  1. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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