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Quote1 Then use your martial arts -- do your best and your worst -- but do not call me your father! Art Douglas was your father and he is dead -- I am only the Destroyer! So destroy me if you can -- or suffer destruction yourself! Quote2
-- Drax the Destroyer

Appearing in "Acts of Destruction"Edit

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Synopsis for "Acts of Destruction"Edit

Don Blake is brooding over having no career again, when he gets a call from Shawna. She asks him to come to Chicago to attend a medical seminar. Moondragon is in space, dwelling on her uncertain future as well, and decides to look in on her father Drax. Drax is in space and encounters a group of creatures and begins to attack them in the hopes of being destroyed himself. Thor goes to Avengers Mansion in the hopes of company, but finds only Jarvis. Just then, Moondragon arrives with Drax with one of the alien creatures attached to his head. Drax comes to and begins attacking everything. Thor uses lightning to remove the creature who then bets them to kill it. It's despair at a lack of purpose rings familiar to all three of them. Drax and Moondragon decide to return the creature to it's home.

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Synopsis for "Judgment--and Lament!"Edit

Odin confronts Hela and she attempts to combat him, but Odin's ight far outstrips hers. Hela recalls how Sif's love for Thor awakened feelings in her[1] that she could not consummate, forcing her to adhere to her ordained mission. However, Odin's false-Ragnarok[2] made a mockery of that mission. She conquered Valhalla to make Odin suffer as she suffered. Odin pities Hela and imparts some of his wisdom to her, which makes her withdraw from Valhalla in peace, restoring the slain Valkyrior to life.

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