- ... I have not yet begun to wage total combat against my foe!
Appearing in "Traitors or Heroes?"
- United States Army
- Walter Lawson (Referenced) (Deceased)
- Zo (Referenced)
- F.B.I. (Mentioned)
- Doctor Strange (Mentioned)
- Kree Empire
- Lord (Yahweh) (Invoked)
Races and Species:
- Solar System (Main story and recap)
- Kree Militia Uniforms
- Lasonic Disinegrator
- Moon Rocket
Synopsis for "Traitors or Heroes?"
Continued from last issue... Mar-Vell has returned to his apartment to try and establish a new civilian guise, however when the Man-Slayer reactivates under it's own power, Mar-Vell returns to fight off the confused android. However, the robots proves too strong, and decides to escape with his teleportation powers.
Teleporting into space, Mar-Vell sees the Kree ship being restocked by a supply ship, and uses the opportunity that the Kree ships shields are down to board the ship and confront Yon-Rogg. Mar-Vell manages to injure Yon-Rogg but is forced to return to Earth when he realizes that the Man-Slayer is threatening Carol's life.
With a Kree weapon taken from Yon-Rogg's ship, Mar-Vell is able to severely damage the Man-Slayer and save Carol. However after doing so he is surrounded by soldiers seeking to take him in on charges of treason.
This story is continued next issue...
- Cover art: Captain Marvel figure by Romita.
- This cover is a example of a rare wordless cover of the Silver Age of Marvel Comics.
- This issue contains a letters page, Mail it to Mar-Vell. Letters are published from Alton Christensen, Steven Smith, Randy Dean, Brian Hoard, Bruce Burke, and Jimmy Aldridge.
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