History

Chandilar is the throneworld of the Shi'ar Empire.[3]

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Footnotes

  1. New Mutants Vol 4 #2
  2. Mighty Thor Vol 2 #16
  3. Uncanny X-Men #275
  4. Editor's Note:This is one of those things which screws up Marvel's sliding time-scale, because it lets us peg down the possible dates pretty easily. Voyager 2 will not reach Uranus until January 1986, and was near Saturn in August 1981, definitively placing the story somewhere during 1982-1985. Further, Corsair left earth "20 years ago", which could be as early as 1962. This demonstrates a little advancing of the timescale (Cyclops was approximately 8 when his father left him, vs a presumed 17 in UXM 1), meaning Marvel time has compressed a mere ~10 years at that point. (Not especially surprising for X-Men considering there weren't any new stories published from approximately 1970-1975!) Note that this timescale is also compatible with the date on Jean Grey's tombstone from X-Men #138. And in the case of Voyager 2, it took advantage of a once in a 176 year event, so there is no similar probe by which to peg a more recent date (and mission name) to the probe passed by the Starjammer.
  5. Carol Danvers lost her Ms. Marvel powers in Avengers Annual #10.
  6. Part of Cyclops background from when he was young. Related information was previously revealed in X-Men #107 and Uncanny X-Men #144.
  7. Storm became aware that Corsair was Cyclops' father in X-Men #107, but promised Corsair she would never tell Scott.
  8. Editor's Note:This is one of those things which screws up Marvel's sliding time-scale, because it lets us peg down the possible dates pretty easily. Voyager 2 will not reach Uranus until January 1986, and was near Saturn in August 1981, definitively placing the story somewhere during 1982-1985. Further, Corsair left earth "20 years ago", which could be as early as 1962. This demonstrates a little advancing of the timescale (Cyclops was approximately 8 when his father left him, vs a presumed 17 in UXM 1), meaning Marvel time has compressed a mere ~10 years at that point. (Not especially surprising for X-Men considering there weren't any new stories published from approximately 1970-1975!) Note that this timescale is also compatible with the date on Jean Grey's tombstone from {c§X-Men #138}. And in the case of Voyager 2, it took advantage of a once in a 176 year event, so there is no similar probe by which to peg a more recent date (and mission name) to the probe passed by the Starjammer.
  9. Carol Danvers lost her Ms. Marvel powers in {c§Avengers Annual #10}.
  10. Part of Cyclops background from when he was young. Related information was previously revealed in {c§X-Men #107} and {c§Uncanny X-Men #144}.
  11. Storm became aware that Corsair was Cyclops' father in {c§X-Men #107}, but promised Corsair she would never tell Scott.
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