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Appearing in "The Hammer, the Cross and the Eye"

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Appearing in "The Ten Most Heinous Enemies of the Mighty Thor"

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Appearing in "Tales of Asgard: Looking for Trouble"

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Appearing in "Paradise Lost"

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Kang's recollections of a half dozen of his encounters with various heroes from 20th century Earth.

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  • This is part 2 of the Citizen Kang event, following Captain America Annual #11 and and continuing directly into Fantastic Four Annual #25.
  • Similarly, the fourth story is the second part of Kang's chronicle of his life, something that he was shown beginning to record in Chronopolis in that Captain America Annual. However, since it was later established that Kang had stopped recording that chronicle just before the events of the Citizen Kang storyline, the opening and closing scenes that show Kang kneeling near the preserved body of Ravonna must be something that occurred well before he started that recording and in his citadel on his conquered Earth.
  • Kang's account of how he defeated Merlin in Camelot[1] does not mention the fact that that "Merlin" was actually an evil mutant who was briefly impersonating the true Merlin, as revealed by the Terminatrix in Avengers Annual #22. So, either Kang was not aware of the impersonation or he was lying in his own chronicles.
  • Kang's suspicion that the Watcher who enlisted the Human Torch and the Thing to oppose his conquest of Camelot might have be an agent of Immortus was baseless since that action was one of Uatu's violations of the non-interference code of the Watchers that was mentioned in Captain Marvel #39.
  • In Avengers #269, Kang told some captive Avengers that the Infinity Vortex that Thor had used against his camouflaged time-sphere[2] had obliterated his vehicle and sent him into Limbo for the first time, an event that was substantiated by Kang's autobiography in Avengers: Forever #9. However, in this story Kang claims that he and his timeship were unaffected because they were already on their way back to his 41st century Earth. There would seem to be three ways by which this contradiction could be explained:
    • One of Kang's claims is a lie.
    • These accounts are actually from two different Kangs who had similar encounters with two different Thors that ended differently in two different timelines.
    • Thor's use of the Infinity Vortex against Kang's Time-ship actually caused the single Kang he had battled to undergo a divergence into two different Kangs, one who went to Limbo and another who just returned safely to his 41st century empire.
  • As revealed by Kang's autobiography tapes in Avengers: Forever #9, four different Kangs were responsible for the building of Chronopolis, the brief conquest of Camelot, the contest with the Grandmaster and the creation of the Council of Kangs. However, this Kang claims to have both conquered Camelot and played that game with the Grandmaster. This is presumably due to the fact that Immortus had previously tricked one Kang into unintentionally downloading the life memories of all other Kangs into his mind in Avengers #269.

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