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Quote1 I don't think that was Sadism! I think it was boasting! Like when he showed us how he had imprisoned Kronos, the Supreme Titan! Why, instead of killing us when we escaped, did he merely disable us, so that we had to witness his Transformation! Thanos wanted an Audience, someone to feed his Ego, someone to see him change into and gain control of the entire Universe and everything in it! What Fun is there in becoming God if there is no one to watch? Quote2
-- Captain Marvel

Appearing in "Thanos the Insane God!"

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Synopsis for "Thanos the Insane God!"

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Notes

  • Writing assist by Friedrich.
  • In this issue, the origin of the Drax the Destroyer and Moondragon is told. In Daredevil #105, a different version of Moondragon's origin is told, wherein the Titan Emlot is said to have killed Heather's parents while on a missionary expedition to Earth. During this flashback, Heather encounters Eros and Thanos as children, though Thanos here is shown as an adult.
  • Black Panther mentions the alien fleet was detected by the orbiting station Starcore, who alerted the Avengers.
  • This issue contains two seperate letters page, both entitled Mail it to Mar-Vell. The letters page on page 14 has letters from Joshua Orzeck, David Burica, and Daniel Parker. This page also contain a Series "A" Marvel Value Stamp #19 (Balder, Fandral, and Hogun) as well as a reprinting of the 1/2 page feature, All You Ever Wanted to Know About Titan! But Were Afraid to Ask! from Captain Marvel #27.
  • Page 31 also contains another letters page, Mail it to Mar-Vell. Letters are published on this page from Joe Garner, Jana C. Hollingsworth and Hank Heeft.

See Also

Links and References

  • Grand Comics Database: Captain Marvel #32 [1]
  • The Marvel Value Stamp Site [2]

Footnotes

  1. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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