- There's a small difference between a realist and a traitor – and you just stepped over that line! You are now an honorary member of the Judas Iscariot Marching Society!
Appearing in "Die, Traitor!"Edit
Synopsis for "Die, Traitor!"Edit
After being thanked by Carol Danvers with another kiss when he saved her life from Cyberex and the Aakon, Mar-Vell returns to his ship where he gets the cold shoulder from Una. Ronan the Accuser calls in and orders Mar-Vell to try and forge an alliance with the Organization, as the Kree empire sees the Organization as potential allies in a future conquest of Earth.
Returning to Earth and adopting his guise of "Lawson", Mar-Vell is driving with Carol when they are attacked by the Organization. Allowing Carol to be knocked out, Mar-Vell changes into Captain Marvel to seek out the Organization, however he is unaware that they capture Carol. When Mar-Vell approaches Number-One of the Organization with the idea of a truce, he learns that Carol is their prisoner. Mar-Vell decides to free Carol, and turns on the Organization.
However, when they use an aging ray on Mar-Vell, in spite of his advanced age, Mar-Vell gets a hold of the weapon, reverses his own advanced aging and uses the weapon to destroy the Organization, and flees with Carol as their base is destroyed.
When Mar-Vell returns to the Kree ship, Ronan is so enraged by Mar-Vell's betrayal he orders Yon-Rogg to have Mar-Vell executed. When Una travels to Earth to try and prevent them from assassinating Mar-Vell she is stunned. When she revives, she manages to get to Mar-Vell just before the Kree soldiers are about to assassinate Mar-Vell.
This story is continued next issue...
- This issue contains a letters page, "Mail it to Mar-Vell". Letters are pubished from: Jeanette Toliver, Glen Quasny, Martin Stern, Achille DiBacco, Tom Crawford, Sheldon Wiebe, and Owen Mahon.
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