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Quote1.png They think it is about the kill. They are wrong. A soldier distances themselves from their enemy. The aim is desensitization. Hate. Whatever it takes to pull the trigger. The hunter does the opposite. The hunter tries to understand their prey. They want to know how it thinks, what it loves, what it fears. It is why the best hunters are empathic. A good hunt is an act of respect. It requires sacrifice. It requires planning. It requires timing. A good hunt is poetry. It is art. A good hunt is about planning for the unexpected. And in the end... ...the best part is not the kill. It is the shared understanding between you and your prey. That it was a fight well fought-- --and fairly won. Quote2.png
"Kraven the Hunter"

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Appearing in 2nd story

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  • Oracle (Kvasir)

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  • Oracle Adventures
  • People of Perdita

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  • Unnamed spaceship

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Solicit Synopsis

THE MYSTERY OF THE NEWEST VALKYRIE UNFOLDS!

The biggest new addition to the Marvel Universe finally fulfills a promise years in the making! On the planet of Perdita lives an ancient power — imprisoned. Leashed. Valkyrie goes to free it — and herself. And she must work quickly, for back on Midgard, Jane Foster has fallen into the sights of Kraven the Hunter! The killer stalks a beast from another plane, one whom Loki claims threatens the lives of every mortal. But there is more to this creature than meets the eye. Can the gaze of a Valkyrie reveal the secrets behind the wolf and his unearthly origin?

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  1. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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