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Member of a band of space pirates lead by Nebula. Geatar was also her lover. Geatar was originally thought to have been killed when he attacked Thanos. Later the Silver Surfer killed a being he thought was Thanos, although it was actually a surgically altered Geatar. Thanos used Geatar's death to trick the Silver Surfer and his family and other enemies into thinking Thanos was dead.[1]

After discovering the truth, Mentor revived Geatar using Titan technology. He initially appeared to be a docile servant of Nebula, who had been reduced to catatonia by her brief possession of the Infinity Gauntlet. Instead, Geatar helped his former captain escape captivity on Titan.[2]

He took her to Doctor Manibus who turned her into a cyborg. Geatar and Nebula continued to commit crimes together.[3]

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Power Grid[4]
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Powers

Geatar possesses his race's natural strength (he can lift 10 tons) and superior durability. He wasn't invincible, however, and could be injured by a sharp object or have bullets puncture his skin. Cybernetic upgrades were put into his original physique. Geatar's bone structure increased his strength to unfathomable levels. scales (lifting over 100 tons). As a result of a relic of evolution, Geatar, like other members of his species, can change the color of his skin by adjusting his melanin levels. Inside his pigment cells, he has a particle count. He is well-versed in armed combat. It uses advanced energy weaponry and engages in both armed and unarmed combat blades.

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