History ComicBook / CaptainMarVell

1st Sep '16 7:54:01 AM JamesAustin
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** Monica Rambeau and Phyla-Vell. Carol Danvers claimed the title for herself, as mentioned above, and it will be this version that will be used in the 2018 film.
** The openly-gay Teddy Altman is the new Captain Marvel in the BadFuture seen in ''[[YoungAvengers Children's Crusade]]''.

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** Monica Rambeau and Phyla-Vell. Carol Danvers claimed the title for herself, as mentioned above, and it will be this version that will be used in the 2018 2019 film.
** The openly-gay Teddy Altman is the new Captain Marvel in the BadFuture seen in ''[[YoungAvengers ''[[ComicBook/YoungAvengers Children's Crusade]]''.



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%% * CaptainSuperheroCaptainSuperhero: A superhero named Captain Mar-Vell. He actually did hold a Kree military rank equivalent to captain before being exiled to Earth.
1st Sep '16 7:49:35 AM JamesAustin
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[[caption-width-right:185:[[{{Shazam}} SHAZA]]--whoops, wrong hero.]]

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[[caption-width-right:185:[[{{Shazam}} [[caption-width-right:185:[[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} SHAZA]]--whoops, wrong hero.]]



During the [[TheSixties 1960s]], writer Creator/StanLee noticed that the name's trademark from [[{{ComicBook/Shazam}} the Fawcett Comics character]] was available again, and decided that Marvel should own it (Marvel Comics, Captain Marvel... makes sense, right?). So he created a new superhero named that, one quite different from the previous ones. The new character first appeared in ''"Marvel Super-Heroes''" #12 (December, 1967). Given the value of the name to DC and the utter obscurity of the Marvel version of the character, you'd think Marvel would cash in and make a mint selling the name back to DC at an enormous profit... except for the fact that he's called "Captain Marvel" and they're called "Marvel Comics" and you just can't let that kind of synchronicity slip away from you.

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During the [[TheSixties 1960s]], writer Creator/StanLee noticed that the name's trademark from [[{{ComicBook/Shazam}} [[ComicBook/{{Shazam}} the Fawcett Comics character]] was available again, and decided that Marvel should own it (Marvel Comics, Captain Marvel... makes sense, right?). So he created a new superhero named that, one quite different from the previous ones. The new character first appeared in ''"Marvel Super-Heroes''" #12 (December, 1967). Given the value of the name to DC and the utter obscurity of the Marvel version of the character, you'd think Marvel would cash in and make a mint selling the name back to DC at an enormous profit... except for the fact that he's called "Captain Marvel" and they're called "Marvel Comics" and you just can't let that kind of synchronicity slip away from you.



* ReedRichardsIsUseless: A variant: Rick Jones comes to Reed and the other superintelligent superheroes of the era and asks them to use their big showoffy brains to cure Mar-Vell's cancer. They come to the uncomfortable realization that they could have been doing that for everyone in the world ''the entire time''.
** And when their efforts fail to bear fruit in time to save Mar-Vell, they '''just stop trying'''! Nevermind that '''other''' people might be helped in the future, nope, it was "save Mar" or nothing.

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* ReedRichardsIsUseless: A variant: Rick Jones comes to Reed and the other superintelligent superheroes of the era and asks them to use their big showoffy brains great minds to cure Mar-Vell's cancer. They come to the uncomfortable realization that they could have been doing that for everyone in the world ''the entire time''.
** And
time''. However, when their efforts fail to bear fruit in time to save Mar-Vell, they '''just stop trying'''! trying'''. Nevermind that '''other''' people might be helped in the future, nope, it was "save Mar" or nothing.




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19th Jun '16 8:13:29 PM nombretomado
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Genis appared in ''"Captain Marvel''" vol. 3 (1995-1996), vol. 4 (1999-2002), and vol. 5 (2002-2004). For a total of 66 issues, most of them written by Peter David. He then appeared as a member of the {{Thunderbolts}}. He was killed in ''"Thunderbolts''" #100 (May, 2006).

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Genis appared in ''"Captain Marvel''" vol. 3 (1995-1996), vol. 4 (1999-2002), and vol. 5 (2002-2004). For a total of 66 issues, most of them written by Peter David. He then appeared as a member of the {{Thunderbolts}}.ComicBook/{{Thunderbolts}}. He was killed in ''"Thunderbolts''" #100 (May, 2006).
6th Jun '16 5:44:20 PM comicwriter
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* DeadPersonImpersonation: For a time, Mar-Vell posed as a deceased scientist named Walter Lawson.


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* ReTool: The original series underwent a few as it struggled to find its identity.
29th May '16 9:42:40 AM DarkPhoenix94
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Despite his death having occurred over thirty years ago and him unusually staying dead (save for a brief return during ''ComicBook/AvengersVsXMen''), he and his legacy still exert a powerful influence on the Marvel Universe today.
21st Dec '15 9:36:22 PM Doug86
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For a period of time, Marvel found himself accidentally "merged" with teenage singer Rick Jones (the same kid who was involved in the ComicBook/IncredibleHulk's origin) so that only one of them could exist in the universe, with the other one stuck in the [[AnotherDimension dimension]] called the [[AntiMatter Negative Zone]] until the one on Earth struck together his "nega-band" bracelets, causing them to switch places. (Writer RoyThomas has admitted that this was done as a nod to the original Captain Marvel, who was a child who could turn into an adult superhero.) It was later revealed that this was ThePlan of the Supreme Intelligence, who was really a MagnificentBastard whose ultimate goal was to jumpstart the evolutionary potential of the Kree race via Rick Jones's genes. Eventually, Marvel finds a way to bring back Rick from the Zone and they resume their lives.

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For a period of time, Marvel found himself accidentally "merged" with teenage singer Rick Jones (the same kid who was involved in the ComicBook/IncredibleHulk's origin) so that only one of them could exist in the universe, with the other one stuck in the [[AnotherDimension dimension]] called the [[AntiMatter Negative Zone]] until the one on Earth struck together his "nega-band" bracelets, causing them to switch places. (Writer RoyThomas Creator/RoyThomas has admitted that this was done as a nod to the original Captain Marvel, who was a child who could turn into an adult superhero.) It was later revealed that this was ThePlan of the Supreme Intelligence, who was really a MagnificentBastard whose ultimate goal was to jumpstart the evolutionary potential of the Kree race via Rick Jones's genes. Eventually, Marvel finds a way to bring back Rick from the Zone and they resume their lives.
28th Nov '15 4:02:37 PM nombretomado
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During the events of the ''ComicBook/CivilWar'' series, the original Mar-Vell reappeared, apparently having been accidentally transported from the past. He tried to fit in the present, knowing he would have to go back in time and die at some point... until it was revealed during the events of the SecretInvasion that he was actually a spy for the alien Skrull race -ironically the Kree's biggest enemies- named Khn'nr who had, like many other such sleeper agents, been brainwashed into ''thinking'' that he was the real Marvel. Still, he ends up embracing the Mar-Vell identity and becoming a true hero anyway. Before he died.

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During the events of the ''ComicBook/CivilWar'' series, the original Mar-Vell reappeared, apparently having been accidentally transported from the past. He tried to fit in the present, knowing he would have to go back in time and die at some point... until it was revealed during the events of the SecretInvasion ComicBook/SecretInvasion that he was actually a spy for the alien Skrull race -ironically the Kree's biggest enemies- named Khn'nr who had, like many other such sleeper agents, been brainwashed into ''thinking'' that he was the real Marvel. Still, he ends up embracing the Mar-Vell identity and becoming a true hero anyway. Before he died.
7th Sep '15 8:58:49 PM nombretomado
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Monica was regularly featured in ''"Avengers"'' vol. 1 #227-294 (January, 1983: August, 1988). With most of her appearances written by Roger Stern. She has had several subsequent appearances among their ranks, typically in storylines involving reserve members called back to action, not as one of the regulars. She also starred in two one-shot ''"Captain Marvel''" publications, one in 1989 and the second in 1994. She has not been forgotten though as she has since had appearances as a member of {{Nextwave}} and the Marvel Divas, and is currently featured as a major character in the 2013 ''Mighty Avengers'' relaunch. She changes her codename a few times (the first two changes were as a direct result of Genis-Vell), most recently taking the name Spectrum.

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Monica was regularly featured in ''"Avengers"'' vol. 1 #227-294 (January, 1983: August, 1988). With most of her appearances written by Roger Stern. She has had several subsequent appearances among their ranks, typically in storylines involving reserve members called back to action, not as one of the regulars. She also starred in two one-shot ''"Captain Marvel''" publications, one in 1989 and the second in 1994. She has not been forgotten though as she has since had appearances as a member of {{Nextwave}} ComicBook/{{Nextwave}} and the Marvel Divas, and is currently featured as a major character in the 2013 ''Mighty Avengers'' relaunch. She changes her codename a few times (the first two changes were as a direct result of Genis-Vell), most recently taking the name Spectrum.
28th Aug '15 12:26:25 AM Adept
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The betrayal from his own people (and the eventual death of Una) leads Mar-Vell to adopt Earth (and the name Captain Marvel) as his own. He had a brief relationship with Carol Danvers, a NASA security agent, who later becomes a superhero herself (MsMarvel). He gains new powers from an Earth scientist, and later, from The Supreme Intelligence, a supercomputer who is the Kree's true ruler. He also gained his more famous, red-and-blue costume from it.

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The betrayal from his own people (and the eventual death of Una) leads Mar-Vell to adopt Earth (and the name Captain Marvel) as his own. He had a brief relationship with Carol Danvers, a NASA security agent, who later becomes a superhero herself (MsMarvel).(ComicBook/MsMarvel). He gains new powers from an Earth scientist, and later, from The Supreme Intelligence, a supercomputer who is the Kree's true ruler. He also gained his more famous, red-and-blue costume from it.



In July 2012, a new ''Captain Marvel'' series was launched, with [[MsMarvel Carol Danvers]] taking on Mar-Vell's title, while [[Comicbook/MsMarvel2014 teenager Kamala Khan]] uses the Ms Marvel name. For the sake of simplicity her tropes are still listed under her original "Ms Marvel" identity.

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In July 2012, a new ''Captain Marvel'' series was launched, with [[MsMarvel Carol Danvers]] Danvers taking on Mar-Vell's title, while [[Comicbook/MsMarvel2014 teenager Kamala Khan]] uses the Ms Marvel name. For the sake of simplicity her tropes are still listed under her original "Ms Marvel" identity.



* DistaffCounterpart: The more popular [[MsMarvel Ms. Marvel]].

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* DistaffCounterpart: The more popular [[MsMarvel Ms. Marvel]].Marvel.
19th May '15 1:17:05 PM DragonRanger
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!!Genis-Vell

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!!Genis-Vell!!Genis-Vell and Phyla-Vell



!!Later versions
During the events of the ''ComicBook/CivilWar'' series, the original Mar-Vell reappeared, apparently having been accidentally transported from the past. He tried to fit in the present, knowing he would have to go back in time and die at some point... until it was revealed during the events of the SecretInvasion that he was actually a spy for the alien Skrull race -ironically the Kree's biggest enemies- named Khn'nr who had, like many other such sleeper agents, been brainwashed into ''thinking'' that he was the real Marvel. Still, he ends up embracing the Mar-Vell identity and becoming a true hero anyway. Before he dies.

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!!Later versions
!!Khn'nr
During the events of the ''ComicBook/CivilWar'' series, the original Mar-Vell reappeared, apparently having been accidentally transported from the past. He tried to fit in the present, knowing he would have to go back in time and die at some point... until it was revealed during the events of the SecretInvasion that he was actually a spy for the alien Skrull race -ironically the Kree's biggest enemies- named Khn'nr who had, like many other such sleeper agents, been brainwashed into ''thinking'' that he was the real Marvel. Still, he ends up embracing the Mar-Vell identity and becoming a true hero anyway. Before he dies.
died.

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