There are no limits to imagination in Marvel Comics, and as such, fans have been able to see dozens of planets scattered across different galaxies and dimensions over the years. Most of the inhabitants of these planets are known to be genetically superior as well, making them either a threat or useful allies to earthlings.
Unfortunately, some interesting planets aren’t shown as often as franchise loyalists would like. This is understandable, given the large number of ongoing storylines that need to be completed. However, fans are hoping the fantastic planets won’t be forgotten entirely, as they appear in Avengers, X-Men, or Fantastic Four comics that take readers across the Marvel Universe.
10/10 Sakaar has potential for more Hulk storylines
Little has been heard of Saqr since Scar’s banishment and Hulk left after helping the Do’abi rebuild their civilization. This is unfortunate because the planet where fans not only got to see some of Marvel’s most entertaining fights (thanks to the Red King’s gladiator games) but also got to see Hulk’s leadership skills.
Hulk’s time on Sakaar is particularly memorable as he becomes more than just an Avenger and scientist crush. During the “Planet Hulk” storyline, he showed better fighting skills and changed the fate of the fourth planet in the Tayo Solar System, which was in a state of collapse. For now, all hope for more storylines lies solely in the comics since the MCU’s brief coverage of Sakaar in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law It was considered unsatisfactory by many.
9/10 The living planet ego is one of the unique parts of the universe
The planet to see, eat, and breathe is truly alien, but the possibilities are always endless in Marvel Comics. Well, the existence of Ego the Living Planet is the result of the world known as Egros merging with Ego and to keep itself alive it absorbs stars, moons, planets and spaceships.
Given what Ego can do, making him a threat to Earth would make for another great Avengers story. After all, Thor and the Guardians of the Galaxy have had a hard time dealing with the threat posed by the living planet. Plus, more Ego stories mean fans get to see more of Galactus since he’s the one who tends to take an interest in the planet’s affairs.
8/10 Duckworld gives animals a chance to shine
Most Marvel stories involve humans, mutants, aliens, and monsters, but there are some amazing animals that often miss out on the glory. On Duckworld on Earth-791021, the inhabitants are anthropomorphic poultry known as Duckworldians.
Howard the Duck happens to be the most famous inhabitant of the planet, but in the recent past, readers have also been treated to the adventures of Deadpool the Duck, who looks a lot like his human counterpart. Considering how exciting these two are in the storylines they’ve appeared in, more Duckworldians need to be pushed into the spotlight.
7/10 Thanos still makes Saturn important
Saturn is devoid of life, but remains important in the comics because of its moon, Titan, which is home to one of Marvel’s greatest villains, Thanos. In the MCU, the planet lacks significance because Titan changed from one of Saturn’s moons to an outer planet.
Since Thanos’ chapter isn’t as closed in the comics as it is in the MCU, Saturn still has a purpose in his current cano. Fanciful explanations can also be offered as to why the planet lacks a surface and is only filled with gases, and it wouldn’t be a huge surprise if it were revealed that Thanos, or the villain before him, had something to do with it. .
6/10 Xandar is still essential to achieving intergalactic peace
While the Avengers always do a great job of taking down bad guys, their responsibility rests mostly with Earth. Fortunately, there is no law enforcement vacuum in the galaxy, thanks to Planet Xandar’s Nova Corps. The group is known for keeping the peace, which makes them a target for all kinds of bad guys.
Throughout its history, Xandar has been attacked by Zorr, Nebulla, and Skrulls but the Xandarians always find a way to rebuild. The resilience of the natives has led to great stories and for this reason, Xandar should continue to appear regularly in the pages of Marvel Comics.
5/10 Earth remains the most famous site
In various issues of Marvel Comics, fans have been taken on a tour around different sections of the galaxy, making them fall in love with new places. However, Earth remains the most important location, not only because it’s more relatable but also because it’s home to some of Marvel’s coolest superheroes.
Although Marvel tends to favor real-life cities, there are enough fictional locations to keep the imagination alive. These locations are spread all over the world, from technologically advanced Wakanda to wizard-filled Kamar-Taj. Moreover, there are enough superhumans to make Earth more interesting than it is in real life.
4/10 Battleworld is Doctor Doom’s playground
Among the many interesting things about Battleworld is its creation process. The planet, which is essentially a jumble, came into existence after Doctor Doom collected the remains of other planets after the collapse of the multiverse.
Aside from being used to highlight Doctor Doom’s ingenious mind, Battleworld has influenced the life trajectory of some heroes. On this planet, for example, Spider-Man first came into contact with the Venom symbiote during the “Secret Wars” storyline. It is also while on Battleworld that one of the most powerful members of the Fantastic Four, The Thing, is able to transform into human form.
3/10 Strontia could be like kryptonian
The majority of the Strontian race was wiped out by T’Korr’s father and among the few remaining is Kallark the Gladiator. It is known that the Chief of the Shi’ar Imperial Guard is as powerful as Superman, and shares his abilities with other members of the Strontian race.
Strontian’s powerful nature means that the planet has a lot of untapped potential. By creating a new continuity, two of the planet’s inhabitants can be built as villains and heroes, as is the case with Krypton in DC media. This, in turn, would create more allies and enemies for the Avengers.
2/10 Mojoworld residents love movies and TV shows
Mojoworld is one of Marvel’s strangest planets, which exists in the pocket dimensions of the Mojoverse. Its population is weak, so they rely on genetically engineered slaves to carry out missions for them. They have a passion for televised entertainment as well, which compels the leaders to produce thousands of movies and TV shows to keep them entertained.
While Mojoworld is interesting, it rarely sparks the curiosity of its more famous heroes and villains. Thus, there remains an opportunity for the bows of the allies and the enemy. Moreover, the planet is ripe for storytelling where real-life celebrities (especially Hollywood stars) are included in the comics. After all, Marvel has had two of those over the years.
1/10 Skrullos’ origins still need to be explored
Thanks to their appearance in the MCU, Skrulls have become quite popular. Unfortunately, they are still homeless because their home planet, Skrullos, was destroyed during the Kree-Skrull War. However, this should not be the end of the planet.
Given how powerful the Skrull race is, a bird’s eye view of their early days would make for great entertainment. For now, fans are hoping he’ll be next Secret invasion The series – which is about Skrulls infiltrating all sections of human society – gives a proper origin story.
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