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Quote1 I'm dead, aren't I? Quote2
-- Mar-Vell

Appearing in "The Return"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Return"Edit

With a massive breakout having occurred in the Wonderland maximum security prison in the Negative Zone, one of the soldiers guarding the base reports to the warden about what to do. The warden, turns out to be Captain Marvel. Mar-Vell decides to ponder over his actions, and recalls how he came to be the warden of this prison.

He recalls being drawn to a temporal anomaly that transported him to the early days of the Civil War. Appearing before the Sentry, Mar-Vell is brought to Iron Man and Mr. Fantastic. Coming to the conclusion that he's dead in this future time, Mar-Vell agrees to be the warden in the Negative Zone so that he doesn't see too much of the future.

However, caught between inaction, and doing what he believes to be right, Mar-Vell decides to once more don his quantum bands and charge into battle.

Appearing in "The Decision"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Decision"Edit

While deciding if he should register for the Superhuman Registration Act, the Sentry is attacked by the Absorbing Man. At first the Absorbing Man gains the upper hand in battle, due to absorbing the Sentry's power and the Sentry holding back. However, the Sentry decides to call Creel on his boasts, and allows the Absorbing Man to absorb the full force of Sentry's power, causing the Absorbing Man to disintegrate.

After the battle, the Sentry surveys the damage he's done battling the Absorbing Man, and makes a decision. He turns himself over to the authorities asking to register for the SHRA.

  • The creative teams, minus the colourists, are the same for both stories.
  • A past version of Captain Marvel (Mar-Vell) is revealed to have been thrust into the present during the construction of the Negative Zone prison, 42.


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