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Quote1.png What are you offering me-- an empire? A throne? I left all that behind on Earth. Don't you see? I'm a seeker-- I don't know, after a cosmic Holy Grail. A... dream that's forever unattainable. Or maybe... I just need to see what's beyond the farthest star. I have the universe. I don't need to be shackled to a throne. I am Starlord. Quote2.png
Star-Lord

Appearing in "1. Windhölme / Cinnibar / 3: Sparta / 4: The Hollow Crown"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Jason of Sparta (First appearance) (Main story and flashback)
  • Kip Holm (First appearance) (Main story and flashback)
  • Sandy (First appearance)

Antagonists:

  • Dirac (First and only known appearance)
  • Kyras Shakati (First and only known appearance; dies) (Main story and flashback)
  • Arak (First and only known appearance; dies)
  • Arion (First and only known appearance; dies)
  • Tikos (First and only known appearance)
  • Prince Gareth (First and only known appearance; dies) (Main story and flashback)
  • Ariguans

Other Characters:

  • Scania (First appearance)
    • Gunnar Hölm (First and only known appearance; dies) (Only in flashback)
    • Marie Hölm (First and only known appearance; dies) (Only in flashback)
  • King Kraken (Illusion or holographic simulation)
  • Jason's father (Mentioned)
  • Meredith Quill (Only in flashback) (Death)

Races and Species:

  • Anubian

Locations:

Items:

  • Starlord's Elemental Gun
  • Melyan Constructs (First and only known appearance)
  • Telempathic Crystal (First and only known appearance; destruction)

Vehicles:

Synopsis for "1. Windhölme / Cinnibar / 3: Sparta / 4: The Hollow Crown"

Star-Lord discovers the secrets of his own origins on the world of Sparta.

Notes

  • Warner is editor, Macchio is associate editor, Slifer is consulting editor.
  • Watanabe (uncredited) lettered 2 pages.
  • This issue would later be reprinted in Star-Lord Special Edition #1.
  • This issue also contains a three-page article entitled "Our Alien Heritage or The Central-Casting Syndrome" by John L. Byrne in which the artist talks about why most of the aliens imagined by Man look so human.

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