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Appearing in "-- From Beyond This Planet Earth!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Fantastic Four #65.

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Synopsis for "-- From Beyond This Planet Earth!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Fantastic Four #65.

After the destruction of Sentry 459, the Kree Supreme Intelligence has become interested in the planet Earth. The Intelligence probes the minds of the Fantastic Four as they sleep, warning them that their guilt or innocence in the matter will be determined by his agent, Ronan the Accuser. The Fantastic Four all awaken, surprised to learn that they all experienced the same exact dream, leaving them to ponder what it could really mean.

While out in deep space, Ronan the Accuser is in his ship en route. Arriving above Earth orbit, Ronan then uses his Matter Transmitter to teleport himself to the surface of the Earth. Materializing in the middle of New York City, Ronan then erects a Aura of Negativism in order to conduct his trial uninterrupted by outsiders.

Meanwhile, unaware of the dangers, the Fantastic Four begin going about their day. While Reed and Sue are out on a dinner date they suddenly vanish in the middle of their meal. Johnny is teleported away while out on a joy ride in his new hot rod with Crystal. Lastly the Thing is teleported away as he is on his way out to meet Alicia. They find themselves trapped within the Aura of Negativity with Ronan. When the Thing tries to attack the Accuser he is instantly felled by a blast form Ronan's Universal Weapon. He quickly downs Ben, Johnny and Reed. After this show of power, Ronan uses his Universal Weapon to change Reed, Sue and Johnny's street clothes into their Fantastic Four uniforms. He then tells them to prepare for sentencing while the Thing struggles to get to his feet, just as Ronan finds them guilty of crimes against the Kree Empire.

At that same time, Alicia waits for Ben to arrive, but becomes worried because he has never been so late before. Suddenly she is greeted by a stranger in her room who convinces her that to trust him as she is needed elsewhere. This stranger then leads Alicia out of the room as the two somehow manage to pass through the wall of her apartment. Back at the Aura of Negativity, the authorities have gathered and are trying to use high tech weapons to breach the barrier, but find that they are no use against it. Inside the cone, the Fantastic Four rush at Ronan, ready to fight for their lives. Both Johnny and Reed are knocked out in the initial fight, but Ben manages to grab hold of Ronan and pin him to the ground just as his Universal Weapon is being fired. The resulting blast causes Ronan and the Aura to disappear. As the Fantastic Four try to make sense of this encounter, Reed suspects that the Kree will be returning to their world very soon. As he is saying this, the Kree ship carrying Ronan the Accuser returns to its home galaxy.

Appearing in "This Woman, This Warrior!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Ms. Marvel #1.

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Synopsis for "This Woman, This Warrior!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Ms. Marvel #1.

A new super-hero has appeared in New York City, Ms. Marvel, who has been seen breaking up a crime in progress being conducted by the Scorpion. Carol Danvers, former NASA chief of security has also come to New York and has been plagued with a series of black-outs, and unknown to her, she is really Ms. Marvel. She has taken up a new job as editor of the Daily Bugle's Woman Magazine, a magazine which publisher J. Jonah Jameson doesn't care for overly much.

On the job she meets with Peter Parker and his girlfriend Mary Jane, whom she invites over before having another fainting spell. Changing into Ms. Marvel she arrives back at the Bugle just after Jonah was kidnapped by the Scorpion who has come to get revenge against the publisher for his role in the creation of the Scorpion.

Ms. Marvel arrives and easily defeats the Scorpion and rescues Jameson from sudden doom. The next day, as she reports to work as Carol Danvers, Carol finds that Jonah hasn't been enriched by his experience of being rescued from a female super-hero. Retiring to her office, Carol begins to wonder which is more of an enigma -- Carol Danvers with her blackouts and headaches, or Ms. Marvel the new super-hero she's been charged with writing reports about for Woman Magazine.

Appearing in "The Coming of Captain Marvel!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Super-Heroes #12.

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Synopsis for "The Coming of Captain Marvel!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Marvel Super-Heroes #12.

A Kree crew, along with Captain Marvel (Mar-Vell) lands on earth. Under Yon-Rogg's command, who plots for Una to be his instead of Mar-Vell's, the crew leaves Captain Marvel on earth while the Kree crew watch from space.

Appearing in "Captain Marvel -- Wanted!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Captain Marvel #52.

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  • Minerva's Spaceship (Destroyed)

Synopsis for "Captain Marvel -- Wanted!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Captain Marvel #52.



Appearing in "Kree for All"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Quasar #10.

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  • Kree Starcruiser

Synopsis for "Kree for All"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Quasar #10.



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 "Live, Kree or Die, Part II: Stuck in the Middle"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Captain America Vol 3 #8.

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Synopsis for "Live, Kree or Die, Part II: Stuck in the Middle"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Captain America Vol 3 #8.



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.

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  1. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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