The Marvels isn’t the only movie or piece of content that features Marvel’s cosmic heroes. In the early 1960s, Marvel Comics stood out from DC by introducing grounded and realistic characters like Spider-Man, Iron Man, Hulk, and the Fantastic Four. Unlike Superman, Wonder Woman, and Green Lantern, Marvel’s heroes weren’t godlike or infallible. They were simply human. But it didn’t take too long before Marvel introduced some powerhouse cosmic heroes of their own.
Related In the centuries that followed, Castle went crazy from the solitude of being the last person alive on Earth. When Galactus showed up looking for help against Thanos, all he found was a broken Ghost Rider who agreed to become his new herald with enhanced powers and abilities. That’s how Castle became Cosmic Ghost Rider. But in a cruel twist, Thanos easily defeated Galactus and made Cosmic Ghost Rider his servant.
Despite cheating death multiple times, Marvel has seemingly moved on from Wendell’s version of Quasar. One of Wendell’s successors was Phyla-Vell, the daughter of the original Captain Marvel. And we have to admit, her Quasar costume (below) is cooler than Wendell’s. 4. Nova Superhero code names tend to get recycled a lot in the Marvel Universe. This is why there are multiple Ghost Riders, Quasars, and Captain Marvels. Novas are no exception. But in this case, we are not talking about the teenage Nova, Sam Alexander, or the former herald of Galactus, Frankie Raye (who became a different kind of Nova).
3. Captain Marvel (Mar-Vell) Within the Marvel Universe, the original Captain Marvel, Mar-Vell, has been dead for over 40 years. So why does he rank higher on this list than his successor, Carol Danvers? Because Mar-Vell wasn’t just a typical hero. He was an outcast from his people, the Kree, who worked tirelessly to save everyone in the universe regardless of who and what they were. Mar-Vell was Marvel’s first true cosmic superhero who had adventures far beyond the confines of Earth.
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