SAGITTARIANS

Classification: Extraterrestrial humanoids

Location/Base of Operations: Berhert (third planet from the sun), Rempit star system, Milky Way galaxy

Known Members: Empress (formerly Princess) Daydra, Danad, Hoora, Jalin, Kemis, Kusek, Slee, Warlord Supreme (Hermp)

Affiliations: Horror-Hunters/Hulk-Hunters, Amphibion, Dark-Crawler, Hulk (Bruce Banner), Torgo of Mekka

Enemies: Galaxy Master;
    formerly humanity and other races they subjugated for the Galaxy Master

Allies: God-Men from the Skies

First Appearance: (Behind-the-scenes) Incredible Hulk II#109 (November, 1968);
    (seen) Incredible Hulk II#110 (December, 1968);
    (identified as Sagittarians) Incredible Hulk II#269 (March, 1982)

Powers/Abilities: Sagittarians possess grey skin. Males may possess facial hair but are otherwise bald and possess an anterior-to-posterior directed fin atop their heads, as well as thin membranes covering their pinnae (external ear). Females have hair atop their head; though their ears presumably have the same structure as the males (we've only seen 2 females well, and their ears haven't been visible), their hair-styles would seem to indicate that they lack (or have much smaller) fin-structures. As the Swamp People described the placement of Umbu as being "from their legends," and since it looked like Daydra was present when the Sagittarians pledged their service to the Galaxy Master, it would seem likely that this would be a few generations ago (at least over 100 years ago) -- indicating the Sagittarians have extended lifespans.

    Berhert is a semi-arid, mountainous world that is 71% covered by water, has 1.1 times Earth's gravity, and possesses an atmosphere that is 74% nitrogen and 20% oxygen.

    When the Warlord Sentry led a landing party to Earth's Savage Land, they all wore atmospheric helmets. When Daydra's party beamed down to Earth, they did not wear such helmets. Either Sagittarians can breathe Earth's atmosphere normally (and the Warlord Supreme's group was uncertain/overly cautious, or they wished to use the helmets to inspire fear/reverence from the natives) or they are unable to (and Daydra's landing party used chemical or other means to survive their brief period on Earth. Their home planet's atmosphere, as noted above, would seem close enough to Earth's that no breathing apparatus would be needed.

Technology: The Sagittarians use advanced interstellar ships with warp-drive, tractor beams, thought-scanning technology (the Brain Beam), force fields, advanced medical technology such as the Resuscitator, and the Titan Time-Probe (at least the Warlord Supreme's ship had this particular item). They are also capable of interdimensional travel and communication. The ships could release Repulse-Spheres for activity outside the ship's confines.

    Umbu was an immense, approximately 50' tall robot. It possessed Class 100 strength, and self-repair circuits which enabled it to rebuild damaged portions of itself in seconds. It could fire powerful energy blasts from its staff capable of stunning the Hulk or incinerating an entire tree. It could release a potent knock-out gas from its mouth. Umbu was dependent on the Planet-Destroyer's Master Control Unit for activity. When it was deactivated, Umbu was as well.

    The Planet-Destroyer was powered by atomic energy. It was capable of slowly altering a planet's rotation, sufficient to eventually cause changes in the weather, followed by severe storms, hurricanes, tidal waves, and other forms of worldwide havoc and destruction. The device also contained its own safety trigger such that if any force was used against it, its actions would be accelerated, theoretically causing the planet to break apart.

    They also have atmospheric crafts (airships) and tank-like weapons.

Average height: 6'2"

Traits: Sagittarians have a monarchial semi-militaristic empire that governs all planets in the Rempit star system. They have a total population of 4.5 billion throughout the Sagittarian Empire. There has been rivalry in the past between the Supreme Warlord and the monarch. While most Sagittarians are freedom-loving and courageous, they were pressured by their Supreme Warlord into serving the Galaxy Master to save their lives.

History:
(Incredible Hulk II#112 (fb)) - The Galaxy Master enslaved the Sagittarian's galaxy, their planet, and their downtrodden people. The Galaxy Master had previously destroyed all worlds he had encountered, but the Sagittarians were spared when they offered to serve him in his mission of destroying all planetary life to prevent any other being from ever challenging him. Daydra was present when the decision was made to serve the Galaxy Master, and she turned away in shame.

(Incredible Hulk II#111 (fb)) - The Sagittarians had long ago pledged to serve the Galaxy Master to prevent him from destroying their own planet and race. To this end, they designed a machine known as the Planet-Destroyer capable of wreaking havoc across an entire planet. They would place this Planet-Destroyer on other planets to render them unable to resist the Galaxy Master, to enable it to more easily destroy them.

(Incredible Hulk II#110 (fb)) - An undisclosed time period ago (long enough for the story to be considered legend by the modern Swamp Men), the Sagittarians traveled to Earth by starship. They used a warp portal to summon and place an immense robot, Umbu, on a pedestal in the village of a tribe of Swamp Men. The Sagittairans then placed a Planet-Destroyer on Earth, hiding it in a cave in the Savage Land, warning them that if the Glowing Machine was tampered with, Umbu would come to life and destroy whoever was responsible.
    The Swamp Men grew to worship the inanimate form of Umbu, and made an effort to prevent others from approaching the cave containing the Glowing Machine. The Swamp Men also would periodically offer a human sacrifice to keep their god, Umbu, appeased.

(Incredible Hulk II#109) - The Hulk inadvertently entered the Savage Land after being carried to Antarctica by a Chinese missile. Upon reverting to the form of Banner, he was captured by the Swamp Men, who planned to offer him up as a sacrifice to Umbu. Banner was saved by Ka-Zar, who, after learning he was a scientist, brought him to the Glowing Machine to explain its origins and purpose. Banner quickly determined its true intent, and the fact that it had recently activated, but before he could deactivate it, the Swamp Men attacked. Banner transformed into the Hulk to battle the Swamp Men, leaving the cave.

(Incredible Hulk II#110) - Activity near the Planet-Destroyer activated Umbu, who ordered Ka-Zar (rendered unconscious by the rampaging Hulk) placed on the sacrificial altar. Umbu soon encountered the Hulk and blasted him with his energy staff. The Hulk hurled a rock through Umbu's chest5, but Umbu's repair circuits repaired the damage in seconds. When the Hulk hurled a tree at Umbu, it incinerated the tree with an energy blast then fired repeatedly at the Hulk who leapt atop a cliff and caused it to crumble on top of Umbu. Momentarily knocked to the ground and covered by the rockslide, Umbu rose again and then expelled a knock-out vapor from its mouth that rendered the Hulk unconscious. The Hulk reverted to Banner, whom Umbu failed to recognize as the same being. Banner quickly ran back to the cave and worked to decipher the circuits as Umbu attempted to stop him. Banner succeeded in removing the machine's Master Control Unit, which rendered Umbu inert as well, causing it to collapse.

(Incredible Hulk II#111) - The Sagittarian Warlord Supreme reported the Planet-Destroyer and Umbu's destruction on Earth. He further noted that they needed to capture the perpetrator and turn him over to the Galaxy Master or else their lives would be forfeit. He ordered the Titan Time Probe be brought forth to compute the identity of their target. The Probe located Bruce Banner in the Savage Land and brought him aboard the Sagittarian ship. With Banner near death (and seemingly powerless) from exposure to the Planet-Destroyer's energies, the Warlord Supreme had him placed in the Resuscitator so they could subsequently learn the nature of his power. Upon Banner's recovery, the Warlord Supreme had him subjected to the Brain Beam to learn his past and nature. Determining Banner to be only a brilliant scientist who happened upon and deactivated their weapon, the Warlord Supreme sentenced him to death (feeling the Galaxy Master would make the same order). When another Sagittarian officer questioned this, asking if they were no more than murderers killing a man seeking to save his world, the Warlord Supreme slapped him down. The Warlord Supreme reminded everyone of the fate of others who defied the Galaxy Master and that they had been commanded to erase all intelligent life so that none may ever oppose him. Hearing this, the Galaxy Master voiced his approval and commanded that Banner must perish. The Warlord Supreme ordered Banner to be sent to the Decompression Chamber, but the stress of the chamber turned Banner back into the Hulk. As the Hulk broke out of the chamber and attacked the ship, the Warlord Supreme ordered the soldiers to open fire on him. After the Hulk destroyed their port lasers and main detection scanner, the leader ordered the Interceptor Squad to man the Repulse Spheres. They did so, but the Hulk weathered their laser blasts and then hurled the scanner section at the "Attack Spheres," shattering them before entering the port rocket exhaust tube. The Warlord Supreme ordered the engine to be fired, hoping to incinerate the Hulk, but the Hulk continued to advance until he destroyed the port engine. Preparing for emergency landing on their own home planet, they attempted to land on and crush the Hulk, but he leapt out of the way at the last minute. As the Sagittarians evacuated their ship, the Galaxy Master confronted the Hulk directly.

(Incredible Hulk II#112) - A Sagittarian soldier informed Princess Daydra of the Warlord Supreme (her uncle) bringing the Hulk from Earth, and she turned on her viewing screen to observe the final battle.
    The Warlord Supreme announced that they could have slain the Hulk aboard their ship but had instead brought him to their world so that the Galaxy Master would have the pleasure for himself, but the Galaxy Master, having observed all that had transpired, knew the truth. After the Galaxy Master blasted the Hulk down, the Warlord exalted his praises, but when the Hulk rose again, he begged the GM to strike him down before he could harm the GM's faithful subjects. As the battle continued, other Sagittarian soldiers noted that the Hulk might be able to defeat their tyrannical master and thus free them, but the Warlord told him to speak not of treason, noting how the GM was toying with the Hulk and could destroy him at any time. The Warlord continued to insist the Galaxy Master would slay the Hulk, while Daydra prayed with all of her heart that the GM would fall.
    As the Hulk continued to fight against the Galaxy Master, the Sagittarians dared to hope for the first time since their enslavement. After hearing this from her herald, Daydra stated she would rather perish then continue to live in bondage, and then rushed off to lead her people to revolt against the Galaxy Master; the Warlord sent his sentry to warn the Galaxy Master. The GM finally subdued the Hulk with a gas attack, but when the sentry arrived to warn the GM, pledging his loyalty and confidence that the GM would protect him, the GM dismissed and then incinerated him with a single blast. Nonetheless forewarned, the Galaxy Master formed shields to block the revolting soldiers' (Princess Daydra's legions) attacks. As the Galaxy Master sent a barrage of white hot meteors to destroy the Sagittarian ships, the Warlord Supreme, seeking to become ruler as well as warlord, fired a destruct ray to destroy Daydra's ship. Escaping the ship, Daydra plunged towards the ground, but the Galaxy Master snared her in a tractor beam/force field and pulled her within its core. Recovering, the Hulk leapt into the tractor beam and was pulled inside the GM as well, after which he destroyed the GM's central computer-like brain, temporarily destroying the Galaxy Master.
    The Hulk saved Daydra from falling to her death, and she then denounced the Warlord Supreme as a traitor. Fleeing, he fell into a deep crevice to the planet's core (created by the GM in hopes of burying the Hulk) and presumably perished. Announcing her intent for the Sagittarians to atone for their past mistakes, Daydra had the Hulk sent back by rocket to Earth.

(Captain Marvel I#27) - A Sagittarian was among the Thanos-Thralls, a group of extraterrestrials serving the mad Titan Thanos. He assisted a Badoon member in forcing Rick Jones into Thanos' Mind-Cyclone.

(Incredible Hulk II#269 (fb) - BTS) - The Galaxy Master re-formed and began scourging galaxies anew.

(Incredible Hulk II#269 (fb) - BTS / Incredible Hulk II#270 (fb) - BTS) - With the Galaxy Master's power having increased tenfold, mighty space armadas were dispatched against him but failed to return. After the Galaxy Master recruited the Abomination as his agent to soften worlds to make them subservient to the Galaxy Master so they would provide him with the energy he needed, Daydra sent Amphibion, Dark-Crawler, and Torgo against the Galaxy Master, but the Abomination (his strength restored to its original level (which had long been cut in half)) subdued the trio.
    Daydra then dispatched Amphibion, Dark-Crawler, and Torgo, as the Hulk-Hunters, to locate the Hulk and recruit his aid.

(Incredible Hulk II#269) - As the Hulk savagely fought off the Hulk-Hunters, Daydra beamed down from her starship with a landing party. Apologizing for the confusion, she explained her agents had come to secure his aid against the revived Galaxy Master and his champion. When she stated that the unidentified champion had the the Hulk's pigment and strength, the Hulk replied that no one was as strong as him, and she easily convinced him to help prevent the Galaxy Master from wreaking havoc upon her realm. Daydra, her landing party, the Hulk-Hunters, and the Hulk all traveled to her ship via tractor beam.

(Incredible Hulk II#270) - A Sagittarian crewman futilely advised Amphibion not to antagonize the Hulk, and Daydra soon had to order a halt to the ensuing combat between the Hulk and his would-be allies. After Daydra reviewed their foes and goals, during which time the Hulk identified the Galaxy Master's ravager as the Abomination, the Sagittarian starship warped to the Galaxy Master's vicinity. Daydra then dispatched Amphibion, Dark-Crawler, and Torgo, renamed the Horror-Hunters, against the Galaxy Master, after which she had the Hulk sent via transporter to the nearby world the Ravager was assaulting. The Galaxy Master blasted their ship just as the transporter activated, sending a power surge through the ship and forcing them to divert all power to shields, leaving the battle to the Horror-Hunters and the Hulk. After some struggle, the Hulk overpowered the Abomination, who called to the Galaxy Master for aid. With the Galaxy Master no longer receiving power from his subjugated races, it summoned the Abomination before him to help fight off the Horror-Hunters, but his energy beam unwittingly brought along the Hulk, too, as detected by the Sagittarians. Despite the Galaxy Master withdrawing its power from the Abomination back into itself, the Hulk ultimately forced the Galaxy Master's gamma ray bombardment back into itself before leaping into its maw again. As a helmswoman noted the Galaxy Master had been mortally wounded, Daydra wondered how the Hulk was holding up against such punishment. As the Galaxy Master perished from the Hulk's gamma radiation's effects on its internal system, the Abomination, tied to his energies, fell as well.
    With all present unaware that the Hulk had been transported away to distant Halfworld, Daydra noted that he had given the cosmos the gift of life but feared he had died in the effort. Daydra beamed down to Amphibion, Dark-Crawler, and Torgo, making sure Amphibion was not badly injured.

(Maximum Security: Dangerous Planet) - A Sagittarian delegate was present at the Intergalactic Council meeting to discuss humanity's interference with universal affairs. After Charles Xavier harnessed the Council member's psychic strength in an assault against Ego the Living Planet, the Council voted that humanity must be stopped.

(Maximum Security#1 (fb) - BTS) - Per the Ruul's advice to the Council, intergalactic prisoners be sent to Earth to occupy humanity and prevent further interference.

(Maximum Security#3 - BTS) - Sagittarian delegates were presumably present when the Ruul were exposed as Kree, who then assaulted several of the Council's worlds.

Comments: Created by Stan Lee, Frank Giacoia, Herb Trimpe, John Severin

    Empress Daydra was first identified by name in Incredible Hulk II#269.

Profile by Snood.

CLARIFICATIONS:
The Sagittarians have no known connections to:


Danad

 

 

    (Incredible Hulk II#112) - After Daydra rushed off to lead her people to revolt against the Galaxy Master; the Warlord sent his sentry to warn the Galaxy Master. The GM subdued the Hulk with a gas attack, but when the sentry arrived to warn the GM, pledging his loyalty and confidence that the GM would protect him, the GM dismissed and then incinerated him with a single blast. Nonetheless forewarned, the Galaxy Master formed shields to block the revolting soldiers' (Princess Daydra's legions) attacks.

 

 

 

--Incredible Hulk II#112

 

 

 

 

 

 


Daydra

Empress (former princess) of the Sagittarian empire and niece of the former Warlord Supreme. During her time as princess, at least, she had a Kinsi.

(Incredible Hulk II#112 (fb)) - Daydra was present when the Sagittarians (under the guidance of the Warlord Supreme) elected to save their own lives by offering to serve the Galaxy Master in its mission of destroying all planetary life to prevent any other being from ever challenging him. Daydra turned away in shame.

(Incredible Hulk II#112) - A Sagittarian soldier informed Princess Daydra of the Warlord Supreme (her uncle) bringing the Hulk from Earth (after he had deactivated their Planet-Destroyer weapon on Earth), and she turned on her viewing screen to observe the final battle. The Warlord continued to insist the Galaxy Master would slay the Hulk, while Daydra prayed with all her heart the GM would fall.
    As the Hulk continued to fight against the Galaxy Master, the Sagittarians dared to hope for the first time since their enslavement. After hearing this from her herald, Daydra stated she would rather perish then continue to live in bondage, and then rushed off to lead her people to revolt against the Galaxy Master. The Warlord sent his sentry to warn the Galaxy Master, and,  forewarned, the Galaxy Master formed shields to block the revolting soldiers' (Princess Daydra's legions) attacks. As the Galaxy Master sent a barrage of white hot meteors to destroy the Sagittarian ships, the Warlord Supreme, seeking to become ruler as well as warlord, fired a destruct ray to destroy Daydra's ship. Escaping the ship, Daydra plunged towards the ground, but the Galaxy Master snared her in a tractor beam/force field and pulled her within its core. Recovering, the Hulk leapt into the tractor beam and was pulled inside the GM as well, after which he destroyed the GM's central computer-like brain, temporarily destroying the Galaxy Master.
    The Hulk saved Daydra from falling to her death, and she then denounced the Warlord Supreme as a traitor. Fleeing, he fell into a deep crevice to the planet's core (created by the GM in hopes of burying the Hulk) and presumably perished. Announcing her intent for the Sagittarians to atone for their past mistakes, Daydra had the Hulk sent back by rocket to Earth.

(Incredible Hulk II#269 (fb) - BTS / Incredible Hulk II#270 (fb) - BTS) - The Galaxy Master re-formed and began scourging galaxies anew, its power allegedly increased tenfold, mighty space armadas were dispatched against it but failed to return. Seeking a means to siphon planet’s energies without destroying them, GM subsequently located Earth’s Abomination (Emil Blonsky, lost in space after a battle with the Hulk) and restored his strength to its original level (which had long been cut in half). GM sent Abomination to subdue whole races, to make them provide the energy it needed. Daydra recruited warriors — Amphibion, Qnax of Xantares; Dark-Crawler/Nightcrawler, former ruler of a Dark Dimension; and Torgo of Mekka — against GM, but the Abomination overpowered the trio. Renaming the group the Hulk-Hunters, Daydra then transported the three warriors to Earth to recruit the Hulk’s aid.

(Incredible Hulk II#269) - As the Hulk savagely fought off the Hulk-Hunters (due to a mistaken interpretation of the word "hunters"), Daydra beamed down from her starship with a landing party. Apologizing for the confusion, she explained her agents had come to secure his aid against the revived Galaxy Master and his champion. When she stated that the unidentified champion had the the Hulk's pigment and strength, the Hulk replied that no one was as strong as him, and she easily convinced him to help prevent the Galaxy Master from wreaking havoc upon her realm. Daydra, her landing party, the Hulk-Hunters, and the Hulk all traveled to her ship via tractor beam.

(Incredible Hulk II#270) - After Amphibion antagonized the Hulk, Daydra soon had to order a halt to the ensuing combat between the Hulk and his would-be allies. After Daydra reviewed their foes and goals, during which time the Hulk identified the Galaxy Master's ravager as the Abomination, the Sagittarian starship warped to the Galaxy Master's vicinity. Daydra then dispatched Amphibion, Dark-Crawler, and Torgo, renamed the Horror-Hunters, against the Galaxy Master, after which she had the Hulk sent via transporter to the nearby world the Ravager was assaulting. The Galaxy Master blasted their ship just as the transporter activated, sending a power surge through the ship and forcing them to divert all power to shields, leaving the battle to the Horror-Hunters and the Hulk. Ultimately, the Hulk defeated the Abomination and forced the Galaxy Master's gamma ray bombardment back into itself. As a helmswoman noted the Galaxy Master had been mortally wounded, Daydra wondered how the Hulk was holding up against such punishment.
    With all present unaware that the Hulk had been transported away to distant Halfworld by the energy backlash, Daydra that he had given the cosmos the gift of life but feared he had died in the effort. Daydra beamed down to Amphibion, Dark-Crawler, and Torgo, making sure Amphibion was not badly injured.

--Incredible Hulk II#112 (112 (fb), 112, 269 (fb) - BTS / 270 (fb) - BTS, 269-270

 


 

Warlord Supreme (Hermp)

Former military leader and rival to the royal family for control of the Sagittarian Empire.

(Incredible Hulk II#112 (fb)) - He made the alliance with the Galaxy Master to save himself (and his people) from destruction, then led the efforts to destroy whole planetary populations to allow the Galaxy Master to consume planetary energies unopposed.

(Incredible Hulk II#110 (fb)) - He led the mission to bring the Planet-Destroyer and Umbu to Earth. They used a warp portal to summon and place an immense robot, Umbu, on a pedestal in the village of a tribe of Swamp Men. The Sagittarians then placed a Planet-Destroyer on Earth, hiding it in a cave in the Savage Land, warning them that if the Glowing Machine was tampered with, Umbu would come to life and destroy whoever was responsible.

(Incredible Hulk II#111) - He sent the Titan Time Probe to identify, locate, and recover whoever had deactivated the Planet-Destroyer, intending to deliver that being to the Galaxy Master (for fear the GM would destroy him or his people instead). Upon the delivery of the lifeless Banner, he had him revived with the Resuscitator and then probed with the Brain Beam to learn how he had accomplished what he had done. Determining Banner to be only a brilliant scientist who happened upon and deactivated their weapon, the leader sentenced him to death (feeling the Galaxy Master would make the same order). When another Sagittarian officer questioned this, asking if they were no more than murderers killing a man seeking to save his world, the Warlord Supreme slapped him down. He then reminded everyone of the fate of others who defied the Galaxy Master and that they had been commanded to erase all intelligent life so none may ever oppose him. Hearing this, the Galaxy Master voiced his approval and commanded that Banner must perish.
    The Warlord Supreme ordered Banner to be sent to the Decompression Chamber, but the stress of the chamber turned Banner back into the Hulk. As the Hulk broke out of the chamber and attacked the ship, the Warlord Supreme ordered the soldiers to open fire on him. After the Hulk destroyed their port lasers and main detection scanner, the Warlord Supreme ordered the Interceptor Squad to man the Repulse Spheres. They did so, but the Hulk weathered their laser blasts and then hurled the scanner section at the "Attack Spheres," shattering them before entering the port rocket exhaust tube. The Warlord Supreme ordered the engine to be fired, hoping to incinerate the Hulk, but the Hulk continued to advance until he destroyed the port engine. Preparing for emergency landing on their own home planet, Berhert, they attempted to land on and crush the Hulk, but he leapt out of the way at the last minute. As the Sagittarians evacuated their ship, the Galaxy Master confronted the Hulk directly.

(Incredible Hulk II#112) - The Warlord Supreme announced that they could have slain the Hulk aboard their ship but had instead brought him to their world so the Galaxy Master would have the pleasure for himself, but the Galaxy Master, having observed all that had transpired, knew the truth. After the Galaxy Master blasted the Hulk down, the Warlord exalted his praises, but when the Hulk rose again, he begged the GM to strike him down before he could harm the GM's faithful subjects. As the battle continued, other Sagittarian soldiers noted that the Hulk might be able to defeat their tyrannical master and thus free them, but the Warlord told him to speak not of treason, noting how the GM was toying with the Hulk and could destroy him at any time.
    After Daydra rushed off to lead her people to revolt against the Galaxy Master; the Warlord sent his sentry to warn the Galaxy Master. The GM finally subdued the Hulk with a gas attack, but when the sentry arrived to warn the GM, pledging his loyalty and confidence that the GM would protect him, the GM dismissed and then incinerated him with a single blast. Nonetheless forewarned, the Galaxy Master formed shields to block the revolting soldiers' (Princess Daydra's legions) attacks. As the Galaxy Master sent a barrage of white hot meteors to destroy the Sagittarian ships, the Warlord Supreme, seeking to become ruler as well as warlord, fired a destruct ray to destroy Daydra's ship. Escaping the ship, Daydra plunged towards the ground, but the Galaxy Master snared her in a tractor beam/force field and pulled her within its core.
    After the Hulk saved Daydra and destroyed the Galaxy Master, Daydra denounced the Warlord Supreme as a traitor. Fleeing, he fell into a deep crevice to the planet's core (created by the GM in hopes of burying the Hulk) and presumably perished.

 

--Incredible Hulk II#110 (112 (fb), 110 (fb), 111-112

 


Hoora

 

    As the Hulk forced the Galaxy Master's gamma ray bombardment back into itself. A helmswoman noted the Galaxy Master had been mortally wounded

 

--Incredible Hulk II#270

 

 

 


Jalin

 

    A Sagittarian was among the Thanos-Thralls, a group of extraterrestrials serving the mad Titan Thanos. He assisted a Badoon member in forcing Rick Jones into Thanos' Mind-Cyclone.

 

--Captain Marvel I#27

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Kemis

 

(Incredible Hulk II#112) - As the Hulk continued to fight against the Galaxy Master, the Sagittarians dared to hope for the first time since their enslavement. Daydra's herald reported this to her, and stated she would rather perish then continue to live in bondage, and then rushed off to lead her people to revolt against the Galaxy Master.

 

--Incredible Hulk II#112

 

 

 

 


Kusek

(Maximum Security: Dangerous Planet) - A Sagittarian delegate was present at the Intergalactic Council meeting to discuss humanity's interference with universal affairs. After Charles Xavier harnessed the Council member's psychic strength in an assault against Ego the Living Planet, the Council voted that humanity must be stopped.

(Maximum Security#1 (fb) - BTS) - Per the Ruul's advice to the Council, intergalactic prisoners be sent to Earth to occupy humanity and prevent further interference.

(Maximum Security#3 - BTS) - Sagittarian delegates were presumably present when the Ruul were exposed as Kree, who then assaulted several of the Council's worlds.

--Maximum Security: Dangerous Planet

 


Slee

 

(Incredible Hulk II#112) - He was part of the forces rallied by Daydra against the Galaxy Master. When the Galaxy Master captured her in its tractor beam, he reported that their princess was now a hostage.

 

--Incredible Hulk II#112

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Brain Beam

 

    It scan the superficial thoughts of a subject and summarize its existence/nature in written form.

 

(Incredible Hulk II#111) - After Bruce Banner deactivated the Sagittarians' Planet-Destroyer, the Warlord Supreme had him brought aboard his ship and revived. Upon Banner's recovery, the Warlord Supreme had him subjected to the Brain Beam to learn his past and nature. Determining Banner to be only a brilliant scientist who happened upon and deactivated their weapon, the leader sentenced him to death

 

--Incredible Hulk II#111

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Repulse Spheres

 

    Also known as Attack Spheres, they are transparent space-worthy spheres used as combat ships in the vicinity of one of their larger starships. They can fire energy blasts and navigate through space, but are relatively easily shattered (meaning if the Hulk threw a giant piece of machinery at them).
    The Horror-Hunters used a set of modified Repulse Spheres. Lacking any apparent machinery or weapons, these Spheres nonetheless allowed navigation and protection from space's cold vacuum, plus allowed the inhabitants to fire energy weapons through their surfaces without damaging the Spheres. They, too, however, could be shattered by sufficient force (by a single blow from the Class 100 strength Abomination)

 

(Incredible Hulk II#111) - After the Hulk was ejected from the ship and destroyed the Supreme Warlod port lasers and main detection scanner, the Warlord Supreme ordered the Interceptor Squad to man the Repulse Spheres. They did so, but the Hulk weathered their laser blasts and then hurled the scanner section at the Attack Spheres, shattering them before entering the port rocket exhaust tube.

(Incredible Hulk II#270) - Daydra then dispatched Amphibion, Dark-Crawler, and Torgo, renamed the Horror-Hunters, in modified Repulse Spheres against the Galaxy Master. Unable to defeat the Hulk, the Abomination shattered Amphibion's Repulse Sphere and incapacitated him.

 

--Incredible Hulk II#111 (270

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Resuscitator

 

    It could almost instantly revive injured individuals, even those who have died, as long as they are treated before tissue damage has begun.

 

(Incredible Hulk II#111) - After Bruce Banner deactivated the Planet-Destroyer (and Umbu), but apparently perished from the Planet-Destroyer's energies, the Warlord Supreme had him brought aboard their ship. With Banner near death (and seemingly powerless), the Warlord Supreme had him placed in the Resuscitator so they could subsequently learn the nature of his power. Upon his revival, they placed him in the Brain Beam.

 

--Incredible Hulk II#111

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Titan Time-Probe

 

    A large (20' tall), pincered probe that can compute the identity of beings having performed known actions, as well as retrieve said beings. One was sent to Earth to identify/locate/retrieve whoever had destroyed their Planet-Destroyer.

 

(Incredible Hulk II#111) - The Sagittarian Warlord Supreme reported the Planet-Destroyer and Umbu's destruction on Earth. He further noted that they needed to capture the perpetrator and turn him over to the Galaxy Master or else their lives would be forfeit. He ordered the Titan Time Probe be brought forth to compute the identity of their target. The Probe located Bruce Banner in the Savage Land and brought him aboard the Sagittarian ship.

 

 

--Incredible Hulk II#111

 

 


Warlord Supreme's starship

    It could warp from one distant solar system to another in minutes, fire energy blasts, project shields (Daydra's could, so I'd ASSume this one could, too), etc.

    Traveled to Earth orbit after Bruce Banner deactivated the Planet-Destroyer and Umbu. Contained the Titan Time-Probe, Resuscitator, and Brain Beam used to identify, locate, retrieve, revive, and analyze Banner. The Warlord Supreme then ordered Banner to be sent to the Decompression Chamber, but the stress of the chamber turned Banner back into the Hulk. As the Hulk broke out of the chamber and attacked the ship, the Warlord Supreme ordered the soldiers to open fire on him. After the Hulk destroyed their port lasers and main detection scanner, the leader ordered the Interceptor Squad to man the Repulse Spheres. They did so, but the Hulk weathered their laser blasts and then hurled the scanner section at the "Attack Spheres," shattering them before entering the port rocket exhaust tube. The Warlord Supreme ordered the engine to be fired, hoping to incinerate the Hulk, but the Hulk continued to advance until he destroyed the port engine. Preparing for emergency landing on their own home planet, they attempted to land on and crush the Hulk, but he leapt out of the way at the last minute. As the Sagittarians evacuated their ship, the Galaxy Master confronted the Hulk directly.

--Incredible Hulk II#111

 

 

 

 


airships

 

 

    Part of the forces rallied by Daydra against the Galaxy Master. Forewarned by the Warlord Supreme's sentry, the Galaxy Master easily shielded itself. As the Galaxy Master sent a barrage of white hot meteors to destroy the Sagittarian ships, the Warlord Supreme, seeking to become ruler as well as warlord, fired a destruct ray to destroy Daydra's ship. Escaping the ship, Daydra plunged towards the ground, but the Galaxy Master snared her in a tractor beam/force field and pulled her within its core. As the Galaxy Master sent a barrage of white hot meteors to destroy the Sagittarian ships, the Warlord Supreme, seeking to become ruler as well as warlord, fired a destruct ray to destroy Daydra's ship. Escaping the ship, Daydra plunged towards the ground, but the Galaxy Master snared her in a tractor beam/force field and pulled her within its core.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

--Incredible Hulk II#112


tanks

 

    Part of the forces rallied by Daydra against the Galaxy Master. Forewarned by the Warlord Supreme's sentry, the Galaxy Master easily shielded itself.

 

 

--Incredible Hulk II#112

 

 

 

 


Daydra's pet

 

Daydra, at least while she was a princess, had a pet: an unidentified creature presumably native to somewhere in the Sagittarian empire, possibly Berhert.

 

 

 

--Incredible Hulk II#112

 

 

 

 

 

 


images: (without ads)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Deluxe Edition#15: Appendix to Alien Races: Sagittarians entry (main image) – art by Kyle Baker
Incredible Hulk II#110, pg. 6, panel 3 (ship)
    #111, p1, panel 1 (cool uniformed image)
          p2, panel 3 (starship) – art by Herb Trimpe
                 panel 5 (Titan Time-Probe)
          p6, panel 3 (Resuscitator)
          p8, panel 2 (Brain Beam)
          pg. 14, panel 1 (Repulse Spheres)
    #112, p8, panel 4 (Daydra with pet – full body)
          p10, panel 3 (Daydra’s pet – close-up)
                panel 5 (Daydra’s herald)
          p14, panel 3-4 (Warlord’s sentry)
          p15, panel 1 (Sagittarian jet fighters)
                panel 5 (tanks)
          p17, panel 1 (high-ranking soldier)
Incredible Hulk II#270, p7, panel 1 (Daydra – full body)
        p11, panel 3 (Daydra - face)
        p20, panel 7 (Helmswoman)
Captain Marvel I#27, p1 (Thanos-Thrall)
Maximum Security: Dangerous Planet, p31, panel 3 (Intergalactic Council representative)


Appearances:
Incredible Hulk II#109 (November, 1968) - Stan Lee (writer/editor), Frank Giacoia (layouts), Herb Trimpe (penciler), John Severin (inker)
Incredible Hulk II#110 (December, 1968) - Stan Lee (writer/editor), Herb Trimpe (penciler), John Severin (inker)
Incredible Hulk II#111-112 (January-February, 1969) - Stan Lee (writer/editor), Herb Trimpe (penciler), Dan Adkins (inker)
Captain Marvel I#27 (July, 1973) - Mike Friedrich (script), Jim Starlin (plot/penciler), Pablo Marcos (inker), Roy Thomas (editor)
Incredible Hulk II#269-270 (March-April, 1982) - Bill Mantlo (writer), Sal Buscema (artist), Al Milgrom (editor)
Maximum Security: Dangerous Planet (October, 2001) - Kurt Busiek (writer), Jerry Ordway (penciler), Willy Blyberg, Paul Ryan (inkers), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Maximum Security#3 (January, 2001) - Kurt Busiek (writer), Jerry Ordway (penciler), Willy Blyberg, Mark McKenna, Paul Ryan (inkers), Marc Sumerak (assistant editor), Tom Brevoort (editor)


Last updated: 02/06/11

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