Appearing in "The Saga of Star-Lord"Edit
- Dirac (First appearance)
- Kyras Shakati (First appearance), (Death)
- Arak (First appearance), (Death)
- Arion (First appearance), (Death)
- Tikos (First appearance)
- Gareth (First appearance), (Death)
- Rruothk'ar (Death)
- Alain (First appearance)
- Rhys (First appearance)
- Robyn (First appearance)
- Meredith Quill (Appears in flashback and main story), (Death)
- Element gun
- Ship (Rora) (Starlord's Ship)
- Slave ship
Synopsis for "The Saga of Star-Lord"Edit
Star-Lord discovers the secrets of his own origins on the world of Sparta.
Appearing in "Doctor Who: Spider-God"Edit
- Commander Louis B Frederic
Synopsis for "Doctor Who: Spider-God"Edit
The Doctor sorts out a misunderstanding on an unnamed planet where an Earth survey vessel is destroying giant spiders, unaware that they are a vital part of the life cycle of the planet's native population.
- The majority of the issue was originally printed in Marvel Preview #14 in 1976 and done by Chris Claremont and John Byrne, but a few extra pages were added to this issue (written by Chris Claremont and penciled by Michael Golden).
- The inside cover tells the creative story of Starlord and how Chris Claremont and John Byrne came to work on a character created by Steve Englehart.
- The second story is a reprint from the British Doctor Who #52
- No trivia.
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