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Reverend Meteor

Member Since: Sat May 17, 2008
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D. Strange

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Subj: Morg was a hard worker who gave 100% IMO.
Posted: Mon Jun 18, 2018 at 03:21:07 pm EDT (Viewed 891 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Infinity Countdown #4
Posted: Sat Jun 16, 2018 at 08:39:21 am EDT (Viewed 862 times)




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    I always find Galactus' relationship with his heralds interesting. He responds differently with each of them



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    He treats Silver Surfer like an old friend, who chose a path he didn't agree with. Often showing respect for him



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    Firelord - I actually don't remember much of Firelord AS Galacus herald, I would have to go back and check. Afterwards, it was as a betrayer.



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    Terrax - He was colder then in other times, and viewed him afterwards as an upstart.



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    Nova - There were times where he was almost like husband and wife with her. Not quite, but somewhat close.



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    Morgue - I don't think that even he liked Morgue. Iremember an annoyance, even contempt.


I don't remember it that way at all. He did like Morg at first. Morg was loyal. Morg didn't have morals like Norrin and wasn't ambitious like Terrax. Morg was like a really good herald and Galactus appreciated his efficency.

Morg was happy to be the lackey as long as he was allowed to kill. Galactus was miffed that Morg killed Nova (his favorite or 2nd favorite herald IMO). But Galactus brought Morg back to life very soon after Terrax killed him...so he apparently didn't hold a grudge for that long.

Morg is that employee you may not personally like but you know his work is going to be top notch. None of the heralds were as loyal or as committed to their job as Morg IMO.



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    I have a theory. The Power Cosmis is supposed to be this primal force in the universe right? Well, it also lifts beings up from their natural status as a species. Makes them more.



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    I think the combination of those two things kind of tap into the man who WAS Galan.



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    Because I was never trying to imply he NEVER served his own purpose, just that devouring planets was not a part of it.



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    I had actually forgotten about that... which makes me angry, because I love that run.



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    You are right. To save one of his heralds.



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    TYhereare actually parts from Stan Lee stories that reflect his connection wioth his heralds.



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    In Epic Illustrated #1,Galactus talks to the Surfer about the universe, and seems to want to guide him in learning.



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    In the Silver Surfer Grapic Novel, from the 70s, Galactus seems hurt that the Surfer rejected him.



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    Of course, the last one is out of continuity.



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    I would say that even the Surfer wanting to tell Galactus that he is free, is a sign of respect for his former mater.



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    That is one of teh things that bugged me about Slott's run. One of many. He stripped away the complex and interesting relationship between the two.



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    Because Galactus, when a writer takes the time, is complex. A being that powerful should be.



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    Sorry, I got off on a whole thing.



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    You are right, I should have specified more.








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