Chaos War

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List Of Dead Comic Book Characters - List of Comic Book Characters That Have Returned From The Dead - Marvel Comics
... by the Hood using the power of Dormammu Black Bolt (Blackagar Boltagon) War of Kings #6 (August 2009) In spaceship which exploded in the last fights with Vulcan FF #6 (July ... Doctor William Barrett "Bill" Foster) Civil War #4 (September 2006) Killed by a clone of Thor a large portion of his upper torso was vaporized by a single blast from the clone Thor's. 1995) Killed by Hellstorm, the Son of Satan Chaos War Dead Avengers #1 (August 2010) Returned from the death realms by Amatsu-Mikaboshi's corruption Doctor Octopus (Otto Gunther Octavius) Spectacular ...
Amatsu-Mikaboshi (comics) - Fictional Character Biography - Chaos War
... "orbit, organization, and order" from a void of chaos and nothingness, extrapolated the coming of the Nil Star as the herald of the End Times eons ago ... The Chaos King begins to consume all reality into nothingness, though in reality he has been sealed into the continuity that Cho and Galactus planned to evacuate Earth into ...
Athena (Marvel Comics) - Fictional Character Biography - The Olympus Group
... power, released from captivity, just as the Chaos King Amatsu-Mikaboshi prepares to invade Earth, destroy every trace of life in the Marvel Universe, mortal and immortal, and annihilate all reality at ... During the Chaos War storyline, Sersi asked Hercules why wise Athena was not with him and Amadeus ... his void even if he did triumph, but the Chaos King enslaves her in turn ...
Douglas Niles - Novels - Series - Chaos War
... Seeds of Chaos (1998) Chaos Spawn (1999). ...

Famous quotes containing the words war and/or chaos:

    Your length in clay’s now competent,
    A long war disturbed your mind;
    John Webster (c. 1580–1638)

    As every season seems best to us in its turn, so the coming in of spring is like the creation of Cosmos out of Chaos and the realization of the Golden Age.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)