MUR-G'NN

Real Name: Mur-G'nn

Identity/Class: Extraterrestrial (Kree/Skrull hybrid) magic user

Occupation: Court magician, general;
    former knight

Group Membership: Knights of the Infinite (K'kyy, Lan-Zarr, Varra)

Affiliations: Alloy (Ramone Watts), Antalya, Avengers (Black Panther/T'Challa, Captain America/Steve Rogers, Captain Marvel/Carol Danvers, Ghost Rider/Robbie Reyes, She-Hulk/Jennifer Walters, Thor/Thor Odinson), Black Bunny Solutions (Blackjack O'Hare, Prince of Power/Otherone), Eli Bradley, Brainstorm (Valeria Richards), Dr. Max Brashear, Cannonball (Sam Guthrie), Captain Glory (Gla-Ree), America Chavez, Jim Cheung, Deathbird (Cal'syee Neramani), Fantastic Four (Human Torch/Johnny Storm, Invisible Woman/Susan Richards, Mister Fantastic/Reed Richards, Thing/Ben Grimm), Fuse (Johnny Watts), Alicia Grimm, Guardians of the Galaxy (Drax/Arthur Douglas clone, Gamora of Reality-7528, Groot, Hercules/Heracles, Mantis/Brandt, Marvel Boy/Noh-Varr of Reality-200080, Nova/Richard Rider, Phylla-Vell of Reality-18897, Quasar/Wendell Vaughn, Rocket Raccoon, Star-Lord/Peter Quill), Hawkeye (Clint Barton), Hawkeye (Kate Bishop), Allan Heinberg, Dr. Toni Ho, Hulkling (Dorrek VIII), Gen. J'Bahzz, Jo-Venn, Col. Kal-Torr, Jeff Kaplan, Rebbecca Kaplan, Lauri-Ell, Rabbi Lowenthal, M'Baku, N'Kalla, Paibok the Power-Skrull, Pod (Aikku Jokinen), Power Man (Victor Alvarez), Powerhouse (Franklin Richards), Prodigy (David Alleyne), Scarlet Witch (Wanda Maximoff), Smasher (Izzy Kane), Songbird (Melissa Gold), Speed (Tommy Shephard), Spider-Man (Peter Parker), Squirrel Girl (Doreen Green), Tony Stark, Stinger (Cassie Lang), Storm (Ororo Munroe), Sunspot (Roberto DaCosta), Super-Skrull (Kl'rt), S.W.O.R.D. (Commander Abigail Brand, Frenzy/Joanna Cargill, Manifold/Eden Fesi, Ruckus/Clement Wilson, Thumbelina/Kristina Suggs, Zorn/Shen Xorn), Vision ("Victor Shade"), White Tiger (Angela Del Toro), White Tiger (Ava Ayala), Wiccan (Billy Kaplan), Wolverine (Logan/James Howlett)

Enemies: The Brood, the Cotati, Dormammu, Mindless Ones, Moridun, R'klll;
    formerly A.I.M. (Roberto DaCosta, Dr. Toni Ho, others),
New Avengers (Hawkeye/Clint Barton, Hulkling/Dorrek VIII, Pod/Aikku Jokinen, Power Man/Victor Alvarez, Songbird/Melissa Gold, Squirrel Girl/Doreen Green, Tippy-Toe, Wiccan/Billy Kaplan, White Tiger/Ava Ayala)

Known Relatives: M'yrn (father, deceased)

Aliases: Mur-G'nn the Mystic

Base of Operations: Hulkling's flagship, mobile throughout space;
    formerly Castle Tarnala in the Forbidden Asteroids at the far edge of the Andromeda Galaxy

First Appearance: New Avengers IV#3 (January, 2016)

Powers/Abilities: Mur-G'nn is a well-trained sorceress with extensive knowledge of ancient Kree and Skrull magic. She seems to be especially skilled in the use of teleportation spells, but she has also been known to cast binding spells, illusion spells, spells to magically keep an opponent from concentrating enough to use their own powers and spells to boost the power levels of energy transfers.

She also has limited shapeshifting abilities, which she has only been seen using to grow wings capable of flight.

Height: Unrevealed (approximately 5'4")
Weight: Unrevealed (approximately 135 lbs.)
Eyes: Gray (no visible irises while spellcasting, occasionally glowing various colors depending on the spell being cast)
Hair: Dark red

History:
(New Avengers IV#3 (fb) - BTS) - Mur-G'nn was taught the old ways of magic from birth by her father, the Knight of the Infinite called M'yrn the Magus.

(New Avengers IV#4 (fb) - BTS) - Residing in Castle Tarnala in the Forbidden Asteroids area on the far edge of the Andromeda Galaxy, Mur-G'nn and her friends and family were hunted by the Kree and the Skrull empires due to their hybrid nature.

(New Avengers IV#3) - After M'yrn the Magus was devoured and replaced by the ancient sorcerer Moridun, the unknowing Mur-G'nn was sent with the Knights of the Infinite to Earth, where they were tasked with bringing the half-Kree, half-Skrull hero Hulkling back to the Knights' Castle Tarnala home to fulfill his destiny of becoming a king to unite the Kree and Skrull empires. When Hulkling's misunderstanding New Avengers teammates fired on the Knights' ship, the Knight Lan-Zarr reluctantly agreed to turn a peaceful mission into a kidnapping in order to bring Hulkling to Tarnala and he asked Mur-G'nn if she could manage a teleportation spell. Reminding Lan-Zarr that she had been trained in the old ways since birth and they hadn't been sent to Earth to fail, Mur-G'nn cast a spell that bound Hulkling by shared blood and teleported him aboard the Knights' ship. As Hulkling was being teleported away by Mur-G'nn's spell, his boyfriend Wiccan cast a spell to bring him with Hulkling.

    The two Earth heroes were then taken to the Forbidden Asteroids on the far edge of the Andromeda Galaxy, where Lan-Zarr explained to Hulkling his destiny and assured him that Mur-G'nn and the other Knights would take Hulkling home if they were wrong about their belief that he was their reincarnated king. As they all departed the Knights' ship, the Knight K'kyy noticed that Wiccan continually mumbled words and asked Mur-G'nn what Wiccan was doing. Mur-G'nn explained that Wiccan was trying to focus his magic powers to cast a spell but that Mur-G'nn was blocking Wiccan from using his powers. Mur-G'nn went into an explanation of Wiccan's powers, noting that he had never served the "Sacred Fire" and that his powers were not exactly magic, more like reality-warping. Lan-Zarr then interrupted the discussion to announce that it was time to test Hulkling by having him venture into the Light of Truth. When Hulkling did as instructed and pulled out the mystic Excelsior sword, Mur-G'nn and the Knights of the Infinite immediately bowed before Hulkling, proclaiming him their liege.

(New Avengers IV#4) - Mur-G'nn then accompanied the Knights in taking Hulkling and Wiccan to their headquarters at Castle Tarnala and as they exited their ship, Wiccan asked how many lived in Castle Tarnala, to which Mur-G'nn replied "seven." When Wiccan appeared surprised at the small amount of people living there, Mur-G'nn reminded him that the Knights were being hunted as genetic dissidents by two different interstellar empires and remarked on how short life was. When the Knights went to introduce Hulkling and Wiccan to M'yrn the Magus, they found him devouring the souls some of the Castle residents including the Knight Varra and Mur-G'nn was shocked to see her father in the midst of such an act. 

    M'yrn was soon revealed as a corpse being possessed by the sorcerer Moridun and the Knights teamed up with Hulkling and Wiccan to attack Moridun. Moridun eventually grew to gigantic size, destroying Castle Tarnala and forcing Mur-G'nn to rescue her teammate Lan-Zarr inside a floating mystic shield as the Knights, Hulkling and Wiccan escaped the collapsing Castle. The New Avengers soon arrived on the scene hoping to rescue their teammates and they joined in the battle against Moridun as well, with Mur-G'nn using her mystic shields to protect others from Moridun's fireballs. Noting to Lan-Zarr that she could easily defend against fireballs, Mur-G'nn remarked that something about the entire battle was wrong.

    Once Moridun had been defeated by Hulkling using the Excelsior sword, Mur-G'nn and the Knights held a funeral for those lost in the battle, where Mur-G'nn expressed hope that the souls found peace.

(Lords of Empyre: Emperor Hulkling#1 (fb)) - After Hulkling reluctantly agreed to assume as leader of the new Kree/Skrull Alliance, "Tanalth the Pursuer" (secretly disguised Skrull R'klll) introduced Hulkling to his Royal Guard, Kree liegeman Captain Glory and Knight of the Infinite Mur-G'nn. Mur-G'nn immediately proclaimed Hulkling to be the Kree/Skrull leader Dorrek Supreme reborn and, recognizing Mur-G'nn from his previous encounter with the Knights of the Infinite, Hulkling happily greeted Mur-G'nn before he was interrupted by "Tanalth" introducing her Skrull counterpart, the Super-Skrull. As Mur-G'nn and Captain Glory stood silently, Hulkling punched Super-Skrull as retribution for the Super-Skrull's prior killing of Hulkling's adopted mother. Later, after a rogue Kree faction attacked Hulkling and he allowed them to go free rather than kill them, Mur-G'nn watched as Super-Skrull grabbed the arm of Hulkling's protesting boyfriend Wiccan in an effort to stress how the rogue Kree were getting away, and Hulkling threatened Super-Skrull's life for laying a hand on Wiccan. 

    Not long after, "Tanalth," Super-Skrull, Mur-G'nn and Captain Glory confronted Hulkling about his love of Wiccan interfering with his rule over the Kree/Skrull Alliance. While "Tanalth" considered Hulkling's allegiance to Wiccan childish, Captain Glory explained how the Kree would never tolerate Hulkling having a human consort. Super-Skrull reminded Hulkling that he had sided with Wiccan over his own people, and Mur-G'nn apologetically commented that Wiccan was a chaos-bringer who threatened destiny itself. Mur-G'nn and the others at Hulkling's side then watched silently as Hulkling renounced his ties to Wiccan, unaware that Hulkling was secretly only feigning cutting his ties to Wiccan.

(Empyre#1) - Mur-G'nn stood by Hulkling's side as the Fantastic Four approached invisibly, curious as to what could have united the Kree and Skrull Empires seemingly against Earth. The Kree/Skrull Alliance's armada subsequently approached Earth's moon, drawing the Avengers into the situation. Both the Fantastic Four and Avengers soon began to suspect that Hulkling was being manipulated by Super-Skrull and "Tanalth" into attacking Earth and when the Fantastic Four attempted to keep Super-Skrull and the Kree Captain Glory from entering the battlefield to hold off the Avengers, Mur-G'nn cast an illusion spell to make it appear that Super-Skrull and Captain Glory were still present as they secretly departed for the moon. 

    Invisible Woman quickly attempted to stop the Super-Skrull and Captain Glory from leaving by encasing "them" in an invisible force field, only to see them dissipate into nothingness, at which point Mur-G'nn revealed the spell she had cast and commented on how Super-Skrull and Captain Glory had already left. A battle then began inside Hulkling's command ship with Hulkling and Mur-G'nn battling the Fantastic Four while the rest of the Kree/Skrull Alliance battled the arriving Avengers outside the ship. Eventually, Thor hurled his hammer and it pierced the outside of Hulkling's command ship, surprising Mur-G'nn, who announced the breaching of the atmospheric seal. Invisible Woman quickly sealed the breach with a force field, and Mur-G'nn turned her attention towards Hulkling, who blocked Thor's hammer with his Excelsior sword.

(Empyre#2) - After the alien Cotati, the Kree/Skrull Alliance's true target on Earth, attacked the Kree/Skrull command ship, Mur-G'nn used her magic in an attempt to fight the Cotati's invading plants and vines. Once the Cotati's plants were driven back and Mr. Fantastic had theorized on how to utilize Hulkling's Excelsior sword against the Cotati, Mur-G'nn accompanied the Fantastic Four, the newly-arrived Captain Marvel and Hulkling into one of the Invisible Woman's force fields to discuss the matter further and regroup with Super-Skrull and Captain Glory. She then remained by Hulkling's side as he allowed Captain Marvel to absorb the power of the Excelsior sword and the Kree/Skrull Alliance proposed a plan for Hulkling's retribution for the Cotati attack.

(Captain Marvel X#18) - Mur-G'nn was standing next to Hulkling's throne when Captain Marvel returned from a rescue of an Alliance ship that had been attacked by the Cotati. She remained by Hulkling's side when Hulkling subsequently summoned Captain Marvel to act as Kree Accuser at the ruins of a former Alliance sanctuary city.

(Empyre#3) - Mur-G'nn was by Hulkling's side as the rest of his Royal Guard discussed with Captain Marvel their impending mission to destroy the Cotati garden on the Blue Area of Earth's Moon. When the discussion moved to again empowering Captain Marvel with the Excelsior's sword energies, Mur-G'nn informed the others that she could use her magic to boost the amount of power Captain Marvel absorbed from Excelsior, which Captain Marvel would then carry to the Cotati garden to release, destroying the garden in a suicide run. Hulkling instead sent Excelsior to the Black Panther rather than risk Captain Marvel's life.

(Empyre#4) - Mur-G'nn was present when the Super-Skrull reported to Captain Marvel that Captain America had had difficulty getting the Earth forces to pull together against the Cotati. When "Hulkling" (secretly the Skrull Empress R'klll posing as Hulkling) emerged from "his" sleep, "he" surprisingly announced plans to deploy the Pyre maneuver, which involved destroying the sun, and when a fight erupted with Human Torch and Captain Marvel vs. Captain Glory and Super-Skrull, "Hulkling" ordered Mur-G'nn to stop the fight immediately with her magic. 

    Reluctant, Mur-G'nn shakily reminded "Hulkling" that they were their allies but "Hulkling" proclaimed they were allies no longer and commanded Mur-G'nn to mystically remove Captain Marvel and the Human Torch from the ship. Mur-G'nn did as commanded and teleported the two Earth heroes away as Captain Marvel pleaded with Mur-G'nn to reconsider. Claiming she only had a teleportation spell prepared in case they had to evacuate, Mur-G'nn was told by Captain Glory that she should have executed the two heroes. Captain Glory then became angry that Captain Marvel had been allowed to keep her Accuser weapon but a grimly smiling "Hulkling" suggested they could always retrieve the weapon later, off Captain Marvel's corpse if necessary, before asking Mur-G'nn where she had sent the heroes. Arriving in Wiccan's New York apartment, Captain Marvel explained to the Human Torch how magic tended to act on the caster's intent and suggested that perhaps they wound up in New York because Mur-G'nn also had doubts about Hulkling.

(Empyre#5) - As Captain Glory reported a gateway opening in the heart of Wakanda on Earth, Mur-G'nn drew "Hulkling"'s attention to a teleportational portal growing on the ground. Wiccan soon emerged from the portal, and "Hulkling," calling Wiccan by his full first name of William, told Wiccan that Earthers were no longer welcome aboard the ship and suggested Wiccan leave or be escorted by Mur-G'nn, his court magician. Mur-G'nn powered up a spell, but Wiccan quickly revealed that the true Hulkling was being captive and an impostor sat on the throne. Super-Skrull questioned if he had failed the true emperor but Captain Glory insisted Wiccan was lying as Mur-G'nn watched in shock. Captain Marvel then accused "Hulkling" of crimes, and "Hulkling" opted to face "his" accusers in battle, leaping into battle against the heroes with his Royal Guard at "his" side.

(Empyre#6) - When an Omni-Wave Projector from Earth projected hate throughout the cosmos, Mur-G'nn doubled over in pain and exclaimed that she felt as if she were being torn in two. "Hulkling" ordered Mur-G'nn to control herself and when "he" called Mur-G'nn a half-breed, Captain Glory revealed knowledge that "Hulkling" was really a Skrull and accused "Hulkling" of being an impostor as well. Affected by the carrier wave from the Omni-Wave Project, the Kree and Skrulls aboard the flagship soon erupted into a massive fight as Mur-G'nn fell to the ground, frozen by the effects of the carrier wave herself. The Omni-Wave Project was eventually destroyed, and Mur-G'nn and the others affected got to their feet, unsure of what had just happened. 

    The now-clearheaded Mur-G'nn suggested they all stop fighting and Captain Glory further revealed that the impostor Hulkling was Skrull Empress R'klll. Thanking Captain Glory for his honesty despite his betrayal, Hulkling ordered Mur-G'nn to teleport Super-Skrull and Captain Glory to Wiccan and the Earth heroes, who needed help containing R'kll's activated Pyre maneuver. Mur-G'nn did as ordered but asked about leaving Hulkling alone with R'klll, prompting Hulkling to remark that he was able to have a little conversation about power and responsibility. Mur-G'nn emerged at Wiccan's side shortly after, and Super-Skrull added his own flame control abilities to the Human Torch's and together they cooled the sun down to its normal heat, preventing the Pyre's completion. The Cotati were soon after defeated as well, and Mur-G'nn remained by Hulkling's side as he claimed victory to his subjects.

(Empyre Aftermath: Avengers#1 (fb)) - Mur-G'nn attended the outer space wedding of Hulkling and Wiccan alongside many other heroic allies of Hulkling, where she mingled with her Knights of the Infinite teammates.

(King in Black: Wiccan & Hulkling#1) - While Hulkling and Wiccan were on a honeymoon on Little Chandilar as a wedding gift from the Shi'ar, Mur-G'nn contacted Hulkling to report that the ancient entity Knull was cleaving a path through space using symbiote dragons. Questioning whether Knull's rampage was part of a Shi'ar trap, Mur-G'nn asked if she should deploy an attack fleet against the Shi'ar, but Hulkling immediately declined, not wishing to start another war. Hulkling then informed Mur-G'nn that Wiccan and his bodyguard, Lauri-Ell, would evacuate the planet with the rest of the aliens on Little Chandilar. In an effort to help Little Chandilar evacuate, Hulkling ordered Mur-G'nn to send an escort fleet to coordinates he sent her, warning her not to have the escort fleet proceed past the coordinates or risk attack from Knull's dragons. Admitting that Hulkling's evacuation was bold, Mur-G'nn agreed to accomplish her orders but expressed hope that she would not have to follow the escort ships with gunships.

    Twelve hours later, Mur-G'nn met up with Hulkling and noted that the escort fleet had reported that all evacuees had made it home safely. Admitting that the Alliance military leadership had been unconvinced of Hulkling's evacuation plan, a smiling Mur-G'nn remarked that Hulkling's caution had reaped rewards, as the Shi'ar were grateful their resort had not become deadly. Explaining that Earth was still in peril from Knull, Mur-G'nn then suggested they check in with their allies and commented that never before in the history of the Kree and Skrulls had the synergy between a monarch and his court wizard resulted in such a display of power and saving lives. She further stated that Hulkling and Wiccan had made history with the strength of their union before Lauri-Ell interrupted to insist Mur-G'nn leave the court so Hulkling could take care of his kingly duties.

(The Last Annihilation: Hulkling & Wiccan#1) - Mur-G'nn and the other Knights of the Infinite accompanied Wiccan to the planet Skrullos in an effort to help repel invading Mindless Ones under the thrall of the Dark Dimension sorcerer Dormammu. When the S.W.O.R.D. arrived to help turn the tide, S.W.O.R.D. commander Abigail Brand presented Wiccan with the shattered Excelsior sword, prompting Mur-G'nn to fear Hulkling's death. Wiccan calmed Mur-G'nn, explaining that he would know if Hulkling had died, and announced that Excelsior must be repaired. After learning that the mystic monastery lake of Ny'ni-Ahn was nearby, Wiccan decided to work on repairing Excelsior there, and Mur-G'nn accompanied him to the lake. Upon arrival, Mur-G'nn noted the legends about Ny'ni-Ahn as heresay and when Wiccan questioned whether Mur-G'nn believed the legends, Mur-G'nn explained that she had stopped believing "pretty fairy tales" after her father was eaten inside out by a monster that afterwards wore Wiccan's face as well. Admitting that she knew it was not really Wiccan's actions at that time, Mur-G'nn commented that she tried to never forget that power corrupts and ruins beautiful things. When Commander Brand returned to report S.W.O.R.D. in position, Wiccan expressed a desire for more time to repair the sword, and Mur-G'nn agreed to hold off some of the Mindless Ones to buy Wiccan more time.

(Guardians of the Galaxy VI#18) - Following the defeat of Dormammu, Mur-G'nn joined many of the heroes who fought against Dormammu at the Gosnell's on Dolo Mayan for victory drinks.

(Marvel's Voices Infinity Comic#5) - Mur-G'nn stood by Hulkling's side as Lauri-Ell reported the entire sector they were in was infested with Brood aliens. Noticing Mur-G'nn seemed off, Hulkling asked if she was okay, and Mur-G'nn weakly replied that she could feel so much pain. Hulkling informed her that the pain she felt was likely from the alien Acanti, who were hostages to the Brood. As Hulkling promised Mur-G'nn he would not fire on the Acanti, Wiccan interrupted to say that he too sensed something else in the sector, to which Lauri-Ell responded that there was a crystal emitting large tachyon surges.

(Marvel's Voices Infinity Comic#6) - When a ship traveled by Hulkling's flagship requesting not to be fired upon, as she had the infant son of Captain Mar-Vell aboard, Hulkling immediately recognized the voice as that of his adopted mother, and Mur-G'nn ran to Hulkling's side. She then accompanied Hulkling, Wiccan and Lauri-Ell to the docking bay, where a time-displaced Skrull Antalya and infant Hulkling emerged from the docked ship. A stowaway Brood, having been hiding on the bottom of Antalya's ship, soon emerged as well and it immediately grasped Mur-G'nn. Antalya blasted the Brood, killing it, and Hulkling checked on Mur-G'nn, who revealed that she was fine aside for the smell of Brood and asked that Hulkling not associate her with the smell. Hulkling promised to forget the smell, and Mur-G'nn proclaimed him to be a gracious king. 

    She was later seen by Hulkling's side as Lauri-Ell reported Antalya's ship's successful journey back to its proper time period thanks to a fragment of the M'Kraan Crystal. After Hulkling departed for some alone time following his encounter with his time-displaced adopted mother, Mur-G'nn noticed Wiccan seemed upset and asked about him. Wiccan admitted that he was a bit concerned after hearing the M'Kraan Crystal speak the word "Demiurge."

Comments: Created by Al Ewing and Gerardo Sandoval.

    Mur-G'nn's name and the names of most of the Knights of the Infinite-related characters are pastiches on names of King Arthur and his Knights of Camelot. For example, Mur-G'nn=Morgan (le Fay), the Knights of the Infinite=the Knights of the Round Table, M'yrn=Merlin, K'kyy=(Sir) Kay, Lan-Zarr=(Sir) Lancelot and the sword Excelsior=the sword Excalibur.

    Mur-G'nn's coloring appears to be off in New Avengers IV#4. In #3, she had a teal or blue-green skin color with extremely dark hair with a red tint but in #4, her skin appears more green than blue and her hair is straight-up black. Black hair in Empyre#1 too.

    Mur-G'nn strangely was drawn without her facial markings in one panel of Marvel's Voices Infinity Comic#5.

Profile by Proto-Man.

CLARIFICATIONS:
Mur-G'nn
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images: (without ads)
Marvel's Voices Infinity Comic#6, p6, splash page (Mur-G'nn running, main image)
Guardians of the Galaxy VI#18, p20, splash page (Mur-G'nn, headshot)
New Avengers IV#3, p14, pan4 (Mur-G'nn inside Knights of the Infinite ship)
Lords of Empyre: Emperor Hulkling#1, p16, pan3 (Mur-G'nn, waist up)
Captain Marvel X#18, p5, pan2 (Mur-G'nn standing near Hulkling's throne)
Empyre#4, p6, pan2 (Mur-G'nn using magic)
King in Black: Hulkling & Wiccan#1, p29, pan1 (Mur-G'nn standing alongside Alliance soldiers)
The Last Annihilation: Hulkling & Wiccan#1, p10, pan1 (Mur-G'nn standing in temple)


Appearances:
New Avengers IV#3 (
January, 2016) - Al Ewing (writer), Gerardo Sandoval (art), Tom Brevoort, Wil Moss (editors)
New Avengers IV#4 (February, 2016) - Al Ewing (writer), Gerardo Sandoval (art), Tom Brevoort, Wil Moss (editors)
Empyre#1 (September, 2020) - Al Ewing (story, script), Dan Slott (story), Valerio Schiti (art), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Empyre#2 (September, 2020) - Al Ewing (story, script), Dan Slott (story), Valerio Schiti (art), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Lords of Empyre: Emperor Hulkling#1 (September, 2020) - Chip Zdarsky, Anthony Olivera (writers), Manuel Garcia (pencils), Cam Smith (inks), Wil Moss (editor)
Captain Marvel X#18 (September, 2020) - Kelly Thompson (writer), Cory Smith (pencils), Adriano di Benedetto (inks), Sarah Brunstad (editor)
Empyre#3 (September, 2020) - Al Ewing (story, script), Dan Slott (story), Valerio Schiti (art), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Empyre#4 (October, 2020) - Al Ewing (story, script), Dan Slott (story), Valerio Schiti (art), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Empyre#5 (October, 2020) - Al Ewing (story, script), Dan Slott (story), Valerio Schiti (art), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Empyre#6 (November, 2020) - Al Ewing (story, script), Dan Slott (story), Valerio Schiti (art), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Empyre Aftermath: Avengers#1 (November, 2020) - Al Ewing (writer), Valerie Schiti (art), Tom Brevoort (editor)
King in Black: Wiccan & Hulkling#1 (May, 2021) - Tini Howard (writer), Luciano Vecchio (art), Wil Moss, Sarah Brunstad (editors)
Last Annihilation: Hulkling & Wiccan#1 (November, 2021) - Anthony Olivera (writer), Jan Bazaldua (art), Darren Shan (editor)
Guardians of the Galaxy VI#18 (November, 2021) - Al Ewing (writer), Juan Frigeri (art), Darren Shan (editor)
Marvel's Voices Infinity Comic#5 (June, 2022) - Anthony Olivera (writer), Jethro Morales (art), Sarah Brunstad (editor)
Marvel's Voices Infinity Comic#6 (July, 2022) - Anthony Olivera (writer), Jethro Morales (art), Sarah Brunstad (editor)


First posted03/04/2023
Last updated: 03/02/2023

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