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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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