Captain Marvel: Your guide to everything Skrulls

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Galactus in The Ultimates (2016). Photo Credit: Marvel Comics.

Want to learn more about Skrulls?

The shapeshifters have been around Marvel Comics history for decades and have accrued hundreds of cameos because of it, so we can’t really summarize every important detail about the Skrulls (especially since we’d like to think every detail about those green aliens is important).

Seeing as experiencing Skrull history in all of their comic book glory is better than any list or synopsis, we have some comic book suggestions for you apart from the aforementioned comic issues:

  • Fantastic Four (1961) #2, 32, 37, 48, and 89-91
  • Captain Marvel (1999) #8-10
  • Captain America (1998) #5-7
  • Skrull Kill Krew
  • New Avengers (2004) #43-49
  • Secret Invasion (2008)
  • Secret Invasion Prologue
  • Secret Invasion: Front Line
  • Secret Invasion: Fantastic Four
  • Secret Invasion: Who Do You Trust?
  • Secret Invasion: Captain Marvel
  • Secret Invasion: Inhumans
  • Secret Invasion: Amazing Spider-Man
  • Ms. Marvel: Secret Invasion
  • Secret Invasion: Rise of the Skrulls
  • Mighty Avengers (2007) #17
  • Nova (2007) #16-20
  • Annihilation: Super-Skrull
  • Skrulls!
  • Annihilation 
  • Annihilation: Conquest

Regardless of whether the MCU continues the Kree-Skrull War beyond the Captain Marvel film or if the cinematic universe brings in one of the many Secret Invasion arcs, Skrulls are a critical threat throughout the galaxy, and none is more dangerous than the hyper-powerful Super-Skrull, Galactus.

Though Super-Skrulls are super powerful, Galactus has destroyed their home planet by eating it. Granted, their planet has been destroyed multiple times over. At this point, we’re just waiting for the MCU to give this super-powered threat the extended villainous arc it deserves.

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While Captain Marvel opens opportunities for recurring Skrull encounters and Skrull-related enemies (i.e. Galactus), we’re just ready to brush up on our Carol Danvers and Skrull reading material before we officially see her go “higher, further, faster” in March.

Do you have a favorite Skrull? Or do you have any Skrull related questions? Let us know in the comments sections!