Due to the Skrulls' nature as a warrior race, it's hard for them to grasp almost any kind of representational art.
Despite being a race that can take on almost any form imaginable, Skrulls apparently don't offer much choice in the way of food. Some examples of Skrull food include:
- T'Manja Berries - A type of berry which, according to Crusader, taste "almost the same" as strawberries mixed with pickles.
The Skrulls possess an honor code (ignored by some and considered twisted by others):
- It forbid Skrulls to kill any who saved them.
- It was speculated that they respected one-on-one fights, as only two of them attacked MI13 agents when there were hundred warriors at their disposal.
While the average Skrull will fearlessly and loyally execute any duties, he will also try to find ways to better his own position. A Skrull will betray another Skrull if it is to his own advantage.
The Skrulls speak different languages and dialects, among them; Skrullos, the Irdu Dialect of the Skrull Thort Language, the Tligi Dialect of the Skrull Language. Skrullian and the Frti dialect.
Some Skrulls like to take vacations on one of the planets of the Kral System, a series of ten worlds that emulate life at different points in Earth's history. Kral IV, whose theme is 1930's America, is particularly popular. The Kral system was viewed alternatively as a carefree vacation spot, an alternative lifestyle choice or an abomination against the "true Skrull way of life". Interestingly, the Skrulls don't have public holidays such as Christmas on Earth.
The most well known and influential Skrull religion is the Dard'van Sect and their "True Faith." The Dard'van primarily worship Kly'bn and Sl'gur't, presented as emperor and empress of their pantheon. The central text of the Dard'van Sect is the Book of Worlds, written an unspecified time ago by Sl'gur't and Kly'bn.
It is unknown if other gods are part of this pantheon (such as Zorr'Kiri), but to at least some the Dard'van, Kly'bn and Sl'gur't are the only true Gods, and considered Odin, Uatu and Galactus as mere "demigods".
Adherents believed that the Skrull Empire was divinely inspired, that it is their "Holy Cause," their sacred duty to colonize Earth in the name of Sl'gur't and Kly'bn, and that the planet is theirs by right. The gods and pantheons of conquered planets were enslaved.
They also associated purity with Skrull DNA, considering blended Skrull/human DNA impure but "still more blessed than human DNA untouched by [their purity]."
A few gods are known among the Skrulls:
- The Skrull pantheon:
- Zorr'Kiri was the Skrull Goddess of Love. Her relation to the pantheon is currently unknown.
Slavery was a relatively recent addition to the Skrull culture, and the selling of the 'earther' "Machine-Gun" Martin to Skrulls on Kral IV led to his culture to "infect" the planet. One slave ring posed as a carnival.
- ↑ U.S.Avengers #12
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Avengers: The Initiative #14
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 Uncanny X-Men #478
- ↑ Captain Britain and MI-13 #1
- ↑ Runaways Vol 2 #8
- ↑ 6.0 6.1 New Avengers #40
- ↑ What If...? World War Hulk #1
- ↑ Mighty Avengers #12
- ↑ Fantastic Four Annual #18
- ↑ 10.0 10.1 Incredible Hercules #120
- ↑ Blackwulf #10
- ↑ Skrulls! #1; Kralians of Kral IV's entry
- ↑ Marvel Holiday Special #2007
- ↑ Secret Invasion Who Do You Trust? #1
- ↑ 15.0 15.1 Skrulls! #1; Hulkling's entry
- ↑ Incredible Hercules #117
- ↑ 17.0 17.1 Skrulls! #1; Sl'gur't and Kly'bn's entry
- ↑ Skrulls! #1; Ethan Edwards' entry
- ↑ Skrulls! #1; Karant Kiar's entry
- ↑ Skrulls! #1; Fantastic Four Imposters' entry
- ↑ Skrulls! #1; Dire Wraiths' entry
- ↑ Incredible Hercules #118
- ↑ Skrulls! #1; King's Crossing's entry
- ↑ Thor: God of Thunder #3
- ↑ Marvel Mangaverse #3
- ↑ Deadpool vs. Thanos #3
- ↑ Skrulls! #1; Skrull Slavers' entry