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{{Move|Burstarr (Earth-616)}}
 
 
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| Image = Burstarr (Earth-616) from Captain Marvel Vol 5 13 0001.jpg
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| RealName = Burstarr
 
| RealName = Burstarr
 
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| Aliases = Burstaar
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| Identity = Secret
 
| Identity = Secret
| Alignment = Bad
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| Affiliation = Allied with [[Supreme Intelligence (Earth-616)|Supreme Intelligence]], [[Ronan (Earth-616)|Ronan]] and through them the [[Badoon]], former partner of his father [[Blastaar (Earth-616)|Blaastar]]
| Affiliation = Allied with [[Supreme Intelligence]] and Ronan, former partner of his father Blastaar
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| Relatives = [[Blastaar (Earth-616)|Blaastar]] (father), [[Nyglar (Earth-616)|Nyglar]] (mother)
| Relatives = [[Blastaar]] (father), [[Nyglar]] (mother)
 
 
| Universe = Earth-616
 
| Universe = Earth-616
 
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| Eyes = Red
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| Hair = Grey
 
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| Citizenship = Baluurian
 
| Citizenship = Baluurian
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| MaritalStatus = Single
 
| Occupation = Minion of the Supreme Intelligence, former guardian of a star in the Negative Zone
 
| Occupation = Minion of the Supreme Intelligence, former guardian of a star in the Negative Zone
 
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| Origin = [[Baluurians|Baluurian]]
 
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| Creators = Peter David; ChrisCross
| First = Captain Marvel 24
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| First = Captain Marvel Vol 4 #24
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| Death = Captain Marvel Vol 5 #13
   
| HistoryText = He was exiled from Baluur along with Blastarr, but Blastarr hid him in an undisclosed location during much of his life.
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| HistoryText = He was exiled from [[Baluur]] along with [[Blastaar (Earth-616)|Blastaar]], but Blastarr hid him in an undisclosed location during much of his life. He fought against [[Genis-Vell (Earth-616)|Captain Marvel]] and [[Una-Rogg (Earth-616)|Una-Rogg]] who stoked doubts in him about how much his father cared about him, when Blastaar was willing to let him die Burstarr decided to leave his father and ally himself with the [[Supreme Intelligence (Earth-616)|Supreme Intelligence]] and [[Ronan (Earth-616)Ronan]].{{r|Captain Marvel Vol 4 #24|25}}
 
[[Captain Marvel (Mar-Vell)]] and Una-Rogg had come to the Negative Zone to collect unique energy particles from a star for the Supreme Intelligence. Burstarr had been assigned to guard the star by his father and refused to let Captain Marvel collect the particles. Captain Marvel then attacked Burstarr and was having his way with him until Blastarr showed up and blindsided him.<ref>Captain Marvel V#24</ref>
 
 
While Marvel and Blastarr fought, Burstarr harassed Una-Rogg who was observing the battle from a meteor. Unknown to her, the meteor was drifting into the sun. Burstarr made her beg for his help and still refused to save her. Una then jumped onto Burstarr's back and put a blade to his throat. She told Blastarr to either let Captain Marvel take what he needed or she would kill Burstarr. Blastarr refused to surrender and sacrifice his pride, even to save his son. Enraged, Burstarr threw off Una-Rogg and savagely attacked his father. During the melee, Marvel took what he needed and left the Negative Zone. <ref>Captain Marvel V#25</ref>
 
 
Later, Burstarr was seen on Hala, plotting revenge with the aid of Ronan and the Supreme Intelligence.
 
 
As part of a secret alliance between the Kree and the Badoon, Burstaar was dispatched to the planet Illera, who had overthrown Badoon forces on the world Kahafan. Before Burstaar could slay the Illerans' magister, he was halted by Captain Marvel. Burstaar and Captain Marvel fought, but Burstaar was unprepared for Genis' newfound ruthlessness, and was killed when Genis snapped his neck.<ref>Captain Marvel VI#13</ref>
 
   
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He was killed by [[Genis-Vell (Earth-616)|Captain Marvel]] and then raised from the dead while working for the [[Kree]] and [[Badoon]] and was sent to punish a group of aliens who had disappointed Captain Marvel.{{r|Captain Marvel Vol 5 13}}
 
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* It was later revealed that his resurrection was not permanent, at this time Captain Marvel could empower corpses to bring them back to life but once he withdrew his energy they would return to death.{{r|Captain Marvel Vol 5 16}}
 
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| Links = * http://www.marvunapp.com/Appendix/burstarr.htm
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| Links = * [http://www.marvunapp.com/Appendix/burstarr.htm Burstarr at the Marvel Appendix]
 
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[[Category:Negative Zoner]]

Revision as of 12:33, March 13, 2019



He was exiled from Baluur along with Blastaar, but Blastarr hid him in an undisclosed location during much of his life. He fought against Captain Marvel and Una-Rogg who stoked doubts in him about how much his father cared about him, when Blastaar was willing to let him die Burstarr decided to leave his father and ally himself with the Supreme Intelligence and Ronan (Earth-616)Ronan.[1]

He was killed by Captain Marvel and then raised from the dead while working for the Kree and Badoon and was sent to punish a group of aliens who had disappointed Captain Marvel.[2]



  • It was later revealed that his resurrection was not permanent, at this time Captain Marvel could empower corpses to bring them back to life but once he withdrew his energy they would return to death.[3]

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