Captain Glory was at some point mutated by Cosmic Radiation, giving him super powers.
During his missions, he participated in negotiations during the Kree-Skrull conflict, and was projected along with his teammates into theMacrospace after a clash with three Astro-Gods, exploring and passing through multiple realities.
On their way home, crossing ten billion realities, they were targeted by the Midas Foundation soldiers, and their ship crashed. While Captain Glory and Star Splendor were incinerated into cosmic dust by the trans-reality ship engines, Merree, Rogue Fantastic and the rest of the crew were killed and desiccated by Doctor Midas's scientists, except for Noh-Varr who declared war on Earth in retaliation for the murder of his friends.
Wiccan operated a spell to bring Mrs. Altman back, and unwillingly invoked the interdimensional parasite "Mother" who took the form of every deceased parent of anyone associated with Wiccan. Eventually, Noh-Varr rescued Wiccan and the Young Avengers, and a moment later, Star Splendor and Captain Glory were battling the young heroes. The spell was eventually dismissed separately from the main spell, as their death in the Multiverse made them present everywhere.
Powers and Abilities
Captain Glory was given his powers by exposure to cosmic radiation. He has displayed the following abilities:
- Energy blasts
- Force-field armor generation
The Marvel: A ship equipped with Kirby engines, allowing travel across the Multiverse.
- Captain Glory and Star Splendor were revealed to be Noh-Varr's parents in Young Avengers (Vol. 2) #4.
- His real name wasn't revealed, but according to the Kree naming conventions, his surname is most likely "Varr".
- Al Ewing has stated it's plausible that Glah-Ree could be the Marvel Universe counterpart of Captain Glory.
- 2 appearance(s) of Captain Glory (Earth-200080)
- 2 minor appearance(s) of Captain Glory (Earth-200080)
- 5 image(s) of Captain Glory (Earth-200080)