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- My life has been a failure. I welcome its end!
- -- Adam Warlock
Appearing in "The Final Threat"Edit
- Gamora (Appears in flashback and main story)
- Pip the Troll
- Drax the Destroyer (Only in flashback)
- Peter Corbeau
- Autolycus (Cameo)
- Kray-Tor (Cameo)
- Black Knights (Cameo)
- Stranger (Only in flashback)
- Xiambor (Only in flashback)
- Soul Gems
- Warlock's Green Gem (Appears in flashback and main story)
- Stranger's Yellow Gem (Only in flashback)
- Gem from Prison Satellite (Only in flashback) (First appearance)
- Orange Gem from Deneb IV (Only in flashback)
- Xiambor's Gem (Only in flashback) (First appearance)
- Gardener's Red Gem (Only in flashback)
- Giant Synthetic Soul Gem (Only Appearance) (Destroyed)
- Captain America's Shield
- Captain America's Uniform
- Iron Man Armor MK IV
- Moondragon's space-cruiser
Synopsis for "The Final Threat"Edit
Captain Marvel and Moondragon arrive at Avengers Mansion, closely followed by Adam Warlock, who reveals that Thanos has returned, gathered the energies of the six Soul Gems in a giant synthetic jewel, and plans to snuff out the stars themselves. The heroes rocket into space to stop Thanos's approaching armada. Even as they combat a horde of aliens foes, Warlock finds his companion, Pip the Troll, murdered, and absorbs his spirit into his Soul Gem, as he had done earlier on finding the dying Gamora. Warlock and Captain Marvel then locate Thanos, and Mar-Veil is knocked unconscious as he smashes the villain's energy-projector. Then Warlock and Thanos clash, and the golden-skinned hero falls. At once. Thor arrives to engage Thanos, while Iron Man destroys his artificial soul gem. Foiled, the Titan vanishes. Nearby, an astonished Captain Marvel watches as a second Warlock appears from the past and absorbs the spirit of his dying present self. Warlock awakens to find himself reunited with his friends in a world of peace and happiness within the Soul Gem itself.
- Reprinted in Marvel Masterworks: Warlock # 2
- Warlock's Death was shown first in Warlock #11
- Thanos and Warlock appear next in Marvel Two-In-One Annual #2
- No trivia.
Links and ReferencesEdit
- The Grand Comics Database: Avengers Annual #7 
- ↑ First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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