- &#$% your Prophet.
- -- Skaar's first words
Appearing in "The Princess and the Beast"Edit
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Synopsis for "The Princess and the Beast"Edit
Princess Omaka is face to face with Skaar, the Son of Hulk. He is just about to attack the woman when Old Sam stands between the two of them and convinces Skaar to stand down. Old Sam explains that the brute still needs to learn some social graces. He tells them that he has been watching over the boy, and that he needs to get him to Prophet Rock so that he can claim his destiny, the Old Power, which will make him even stronger than before. Suddenly, the Fillians begin launching massive fireballs at the refugees with their catapults. As Princess Omaka's warriors help usher them to safety, the Princess herself takes this as an opportunity to strike Skaar from behind. Meanwhile, Axeman Bone collapses from his injuries, prompting some of his soldiers to try and kill him to take over leadership of the Fillians.
Not far away, Queen Omaka continues to attacking Skaar, telling Old Sam that they time for prophecy is over, saying Caiera the Oldstrong was weak and should have killed the Hulk. While the battle rages there, Axeman Bone fights his own minions for supremacy. After slaying the mutineers, he tells lieutenant to call the priest. Meanwhile, Skaar manages to rip off one of Omaka's blades. Suddenly, they are attacked by a horde of Wildebots. However, neither Omaka or Skaar refuse to retreat. When the Queen asks for the prophet to forgive and protect them. Skaar surprises them when he says "!@#$ your prophet.", he then leaps into battle. Sometime later, Axeman Bone and his Shadow Priest assess the battlefield, seeing how Skaar and his allies destroyed the Wildebots. The priest warns that when they reach Prophet Rock, they will find out what Skaar really is.
Appearing in "Shadow Tales, Part Two"Edit
Synopsis for "Shadow Tales, Part Two"Edit
Axeman Bone is recovering from his injuries sustained in battle. As some of his subordinates boast about how great Axeman was in the Imperial arena's they are secretly attempting to stab him with a knife soaked in cutfrog venom. However, Bone reveals that he knows their plan and that they are not the only one to come to kill him that night. Suddenly, some rebels storm into the tent and slay the betraying guards while Axeman Bone uses the distraction to escape.
The slave known as Hiro-Kala follows after him with the poisoned dagger. Spotting the boy, and is amused that the youth would try to kill him. He reminds the child that things get much worse when he isn't around. He recounts how he was one of the greatest warriors in the general's armies and that he managed to unite six kingdoms together. However, this led the Red King to believe that Axeman Bone couldn't be defeated. Instead, he sent Bone to battle the barbarians in Fillia hoping he would get destroyed. Meanwhile, the Red King sent his Death's Head Guard to eliminate every other royal on Skaar to secure his position as the supreme ruler of the planet. However, despite his best efforts, the Red King failed to kill Princess Okama. Although her arms were lost in battle, she became a fierce warrior after the destruction of Crown City, slaying those who are loyal to Axeman Bone.
Concluding his tale, Axeman Bone points out that he is the only one who knows how to end the violence. Suddenly, the rebels catch up, and before they can kill Axeman Bone, their leader is stabbed by Hiro-Kala. They then quickly dispatch the other dissidents. Hiro-Kala tells Bone to end it. However, when his lieutenant comes and asks what the slave wanted, Axeman Bone doesn't care because the boy is just a slave.
A flashback in this story affects the chronology of the following characters:
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