Quote:I think the whole reason she hooked up with the Guardians of the Galaxy is because of her past with the Starjammers. That Guardians crew were nothing but Starjammers plagiarized to me.
You're right, they are (in essence).
Maybe the third Guardians of the Galaxy film could feature Captain Marvel.
Quote:But yes, she was with the Starjammers from the day Rogue joined the X-Men (1983) until the Avengers restarted after Heroes Return (1998)... and she became an alcoholic.
So for 15 years if we saw Binary we saw the Starjammers too?
What year did Rogue absorb Carol's powers? Let me see if Wikipedia gives me a clue.
Claremont effectively "undid" the Marcus story in Avengers Annual #10 (1981). In that story, Danvers is revealed to have returned to Earth—courtesy of Immortus's technology after Marcus continued to age and die of old age—but is attacked by the mutant Rogue, who permanently absorbs the character's abilities and memories. Danvers' memories are restored by Professor X, and an angry confrontation with the Avengers concerning their failure to realize Marcus had brainwashed her follows. Claremont continued to develop the character in the title Uncanny X-Men. Danvers enters the Pentagon and, while wiping the government's files on the X-Men, also deletes all records of herself in a symbolic break with her life as Ms. Marvel. During an adventure in space with the X-Men, Danvers is changed by courtesy of experimentation by the alien race, the Brood, into a newly-empowered character called "Binary". Drawing on the power of a cosmic phenomenon called a white hole, Danvers becomes capable of generating the power of a star. As Binary, the character has a number of encounters with the X-Men, New Mutants, and the British team Excalibur, as well as a solo adventure.
OK. So first Rogue did the absorption thing, and then, a little later, Carol had her encounter with the Brood and the white hole.
Now I have to see if I can find that solo adventure.