Are Star Trek and X Men related?
Star Trek: The Next Generation/X-Men: Second Contact (by Dan Abnett, Ian Edginton, Cary Nord and Scott Koblish) is a direct sequel to the film Star Trek: First Contact, and was published in 1998.
Is Star Trek in the Marvel Universe?
Star Trek was a comic book series published by Marvel Comics, running for eighteen issues from April 1980 until February 1982. The first three issues were an adaptation of Star Trek: The Motion Picture.
What is Alpha Groot?
Rather than be protected, he will be the protector. Conversely, Alpha Groot could very well be an alternate, monstrous version of the character. In his earliest form in the comics, Groot was actually a power-hungry creature who came to Earth seeking humans for experimentation (it’s pretty dark).
Was there a Marvel DC crossover?
First published in 2003, the book was the last time the Marvel and DC comics universes officially had a crossover.
What species is Drax?
|Drax the Destroyer|
|Alter ego||Arthur Sampson Douglas|
|Place of origin||Burbank, California|
|Team affiliations||Guardians of the Galaxy Infinity Watch Legion of the Unliving Phalanx Secret Defenders United Front Nova Corps|
What is Groots power?
Groot’s abilities are all-natural and stem from the dendronic wood that makes up his entire body. The extraterrestrial bark he was born with makes him invulnerable to most projectiles and even fire. He can control all plant life via psychokinesis, absorbing it into his body and making himself stronger.
What species is Thanos?
|Place of origin||Titan|
|Team affiliations||Infinity Watch Black Order|
|Notable aliases||The Mad Titan|
What planet is Rocket Raccoon from?
Rocket is captain of the starship Rack ‘n’ Ruin, and he and his first mate Wal Rus (a talking walrus) come from the planet Halfworld in the Keystone Quadrant, an abandoned colony for the mentally ill where the animal companions were genetically manipulated to grant them human level intelligence and bipedal body …
Is Star Wars Marvel or DC?
The Walt Disney Company acquired Marvel in 2009 and Lucasfilm in 2012, and the Star Wars comics license returned to Marvel in 2015. Several new series were launched, including Star Wars, Star Wars: Darth Vader, and Doctor Aphra.