As you may know by now, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. You can see a rundown of all of them here. The majority are light and breezy inside jokes, but two hint at the future of both the ragtag Guardians and the more traditionally heroic Avengers. For some help with what you just saw and a little background from the comics , check out the full story below the spoiler jump. Here we go. But the main person they offend is Ayesha Elizabeth Debicki , the gold-plated leader of the Sovereign. Comic-book experts knew exactly who she meant. In fact, director James Gunn has made no secret about the fact that he originally intended to include Adam—full name Adam Warlock—in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.
Warlock was created by the group of researchers who called themselves the " Beehive. Fortunately for the denizens of Earth, the new being was a creature beyond the control of his creators. The creature whom they had created, then known only as "Him," emerged--and immediately sensed, upon his emergence, that his creators sought to use him for evil ends.
From the very beginning, Adam Warlock has been one of the most powerful characters in the entire Marvel Universe. And then he got a hold of the Soul Gem. This is the guy who took the fight to Thanos after the Mad Titan snapped half of the universe in the comic book version of Infinity War. As Stan Lee used to say, 'Nuff said.
Adam Warlock , originally known as Him or Adam , is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character's earliest appearances were in Fantastic Four 66—67 cover-dates Sept. Debuting in the Silver Age of comic books , the character has appeared in over four decades of Marvel publications, and starred in the titles Marvel Premiere and Strange Tales as well as five eponymous volumes and several related limited series. Adam Warlock has been associated with Marvel merchandise including animated television series , and video games. The character's origin was shown in Fantastic Four 66 Sept in a story written by Stan Lee and pencilled and co-plotted by Jack Kirby. Because his role in the Fantastic Four story was minor, sources disagree on which issue is the character's true first appearance. In , Thomas explained he had been a fan of the soundtrack to the musical Jesus Christ Superstar and sought to bring the story to comic books in a superhero context: "Yes, I had some trepidation about the Christ parallels, but I hoped there would be little outcry if I handled it tastefully, since I was not really making any serious statement on religion