Dass er nun als Vater von Peter Quill in das Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) eingeführt wird, muss dem nicht zwangsläufig widersprechen. In. In dem Film Guardians of the Galaxy wird Starlord kurz nach dem Tod seiner Im Fall von Peter Quill wurde er von Quills außerirdischem Vater angeheuert, um. Neun Monate später wurde Peter Jason Quill geboren. Jahre später traf Peter zum ersten mal auf seinen leiblichen Vater J´Son von Spartax.
"Guardians of the Galaxy 2": Das große Geheimnis um den Vater von Star-Lord wurde enthüllt!Als er auch noch Peters Walkman zerstört, beginnt Star-Lord gegen seinen eigenen Vater zu kämpfen. Das Wachstum der Ableger wird gestoppt und Peter. Ist Captain America der Vater von Star-Lord? "White Lines"-Star Laura Haddock ist das Zentrum einer Marvel-Theorie! Von Christoph Petersen —. In dem Film Guardians of the Galaxy wird Starlord kurz nach dem Tod seiner Im Fall von Peter Quill wurde er von Quills außerirdischem Vater angeheuert, um.
Vater Peter Quill Character from Marvel Universe VideoGuardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 Ego Tells Peter The Truth His Mom's Death Movie Clip Peter Jason Quills Mutter starb an Krebs. Eigentlich sollte er zu seinem Großvater kommen, allerdings rennt er aus dem Krankenhaus und wird kurz darauf. Als er auch noch Peters Walkman zerstört, beginnt Star-Lord gegen seinen eigenen Vater zu kämpfen. Das Wachstum der Ableger wird gestoppt und Peter. Ego war ein Celestial und der Vater von Peter Quill aka Star-Lord. Anders als es anfänglich den Anschein machte, war Ego jedoch ein rücksichtsloses. Dass er nun als Vater von Peter Quill in das Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) eingeführt wird, muss dem nicht zwangsläufig widersprechen. In.
Drax: You are an honorable man, Quill. I will fight beside you. And in the end, I will see my wife and daughter again. Rocket: Oh, what the hell.
I don't got that long a lifespan, anyway. Peter Quill: I look around at us. You know what I see? I mean, like, folks who have lost stuff. And we have.
Man, we have. All of us. Our homes, our families, normal lives. And, usually, life takes more than it gives. But not today. Today, it's given us something.
It has given us a chance. Peter Quill: We've already established that you destroying the ship that I'm on is not saving me. Rocket: I can't believe you had that in your purse!
Rocket: When all this is over I'm not gonna kill every last one of you jerks. Peter Quill: See? That's exactly why none of you have any friends!
Five seconds after you meet somebody, you're already trying to kill them! Rocket: He thinks I'm some stupid thing!
He does! Well, I didn't ask to get made! I didn't ask to be torn apart, and put back together, over and over and turned into some Some little monster!
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Peter Quill Star-Lord Quotes. Something bad? A bit of both? Me and you. The character played prominent roles in the comic book storylines " Annihilation " and " Annihilation: Conquest " , " War of Kings " , and The Thanos Imperative He became the leader of the space -based superhero team Guardians of the Galaxy in the relaunch of the comic of the same name.
He has been featured in a variety of associated Marvel merchandise, including animated television series , toys and trading cards. Chris Pratt portrays the character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe films Guardians of the Galaxy , Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.
Wyatt Oleff portrays a young Peter Quill in the first two Guardians of the Galaxy films. Pratt will return to play the character in Thor: Love and Thunder , The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special , and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.
The character first appeared in the black-and-white magazine publication Marvel Preview 4 Jan Creator Steve Englehart had plans for the character that went unrealized.
He later reflected on his website:. I conceived something very large. My hero would go from being an unpleasant, introverted jerk to the most cosmic being in the universe, and I would tie it into my then-new interest in astrology.
After his earthbound beginning, his mind would be opened step by step, with a fast-action story on Mercury, a love story on Venus, a war story on Mars, and so on out to the edge of the solar system, and then beyond.
But—after his earthbound beginning, where I established him as an unpleasant, introverted jerk, I left Marvel, so no one ever saw what he was to become.
Star-Lord continued to appear in Marvel Preview , with writer Chris Claremont revamping the character and using science fiction adventure stories like the Heinlein juveniles for inspiration.
Heinlein", leading to the issue being pulled and reprinted. Star-Lord made sporadic appearances over the next few years in the titles Marvel Super Special ,  Marvel Spotlight ,   and Marvel Premiere.
The character returned in Thanos 8—12 May—Sept. Spinning out of "Annihilation: Conquest", a second volume of Guardians of the Galaxy featured a team of characters from the crossover who were led by Star-Lord for the duration of the title's issue run.
Plot lines from that series were concluded in The Thanos Imperative mini-series. Because of revisions to the character's origin, his early appearances have been officially designated as occurring in an alternate reality.
Star-Lord returned, along with other members of the Guardians, in Avengers Assemble June—Oct. He stars in Guardians of the Galaxy vol.
In July , Star-Lord received his own ongoing series, Legendary Star-Lord. The character was also given a new costume, matching that seen in the Marvel Studios film Guardians of the Galaxy .
His solo series and Guardians of the Galaxy vol. During publication of "Secret Wars", Marvel premiered a new ongoing Star-Lord series, written by Sam Humphries , as part of the All-New, All-Different Marvel initiative, which focused on the character's revamped origins.
In April of Peter Quill was given a 12 issue miniseries set in the Old Man Logan Universe called Old Man Quill , which was written by Ethan Sacks and drawn by Robert Gill.
When J'son 's ship crash lands in Colorado, he is taken in by Meredith Quill. The two form a relationship while J'son makes repairs to his ship.
Eventually, J'son is forced to leave to return home and fight in a war. He leaves, not knowing Meredith is pregnant with Peter Quill. Ten years later, Meredith is killed when she is attacked by two Badoon soldiers who have come to kill Peter and end J'son's blood line.
Peter finds his father's gun by accident, kills them with a shotgun, and escapes his home before it is destroyed by the Badoon ship. The Badoon presume Peter has been killed and leave.
Peter is placed in an orphanage and eventually joins NASA. Later, when his ship malfunctions and he is stranded in space, Peter is found by the Ravagers, a group of space pirates led by Yondu.
After the Ravagers save Peter, he tries to steal their ship. He outsmarts the Ravagers and even knocks out Yondu before capturing him.
After Yondu awakens, he frees himself and attacks Peter, letting Peter choose to be released to space without more trouble or be killed.
Peter instead asks Yondu if he could join Yondu's crew. Yondu eventually learns that the two share something in common: growing up as "kids without homes".
Yondu lets Peter stay in the ship with the Ravagers as their cleaning boy. Peter decides to stay and try to learn everything he can while among the Ravagers.
Peter encounters the Fallen One , a former Herald of Galactus , and is almost killed defeating the entity. In addition, his vessel, Ship , is destroyed in the conflict.
Peter and the Fallen One are subsequently imprisoned in the intergalactic prison called the Kyln. When the Kree homeworld of Hala is conquered by the Phalanx , Star-Lord leads a band of rebels against the invaders until the war is over.
They are "proactive" and try to end emerging galactic threats early,  but are unsuccessful at preventing a war between the Kree and Shi'ar.
During a war with an invading universe , Star-Lord and Nova are prepared to sacrifice themselves to defeat Thanos  but only Nova dies and Thanos escapes.
Peter decides to remain inactive for a time until he discovers his father was planning to pass a law that forbade any interaction of extraterrestrial or space origin with Earth.
Knowing this would be an open invitation for invasion, Peter decides to reform the Guardians with six members: Gamora , Rocket Raccoon , Groot , Drax the Destroyer , and Bug , along with himself, and start protecting Earth from any attack.
Soon they aid the Avengers against the returned Thanos. He is soon captured by the army of Spartax but he escapes imprisonment and broadcasts a video showing the unfairness of his father's reign.
During this mission Peter meets Kitty Pryde , and the two eventually have a romantic relationship. Peter is sent to Spartax where he confronts his father again and escapes after exposing once again his father's tyrannical reign.
A riot forms in the Empire and J'son is deposed as a consequence. Peter keeps a low profile and remains dedicated to his long distance relationship with Kitty.
Soon he discovers he is elected by the Spartax people to be their new emperor. Knife who had put a bounty on his head. After being captured by Knife, he realizes Knife is J'son, his father.
He escapes thanks to Kitty, and they spend some time together. Peter convinces Kitty to stay in space with him. He decides to steal an important artifact from J'son as payback.
Peter and Kitty were successful in stealing the artifact called The Black Vortex , but found themselves outnumbered by J'son's killing squad so they decided to call the X-Men and the remaining Guardians for help.
Knowing the artifact could give them the needed power to defeat J'son, Peter wanted everyone to submit to the Vortex to gain cosmic powers.
Kitty stood against the idea but some of their friends submitted anyway. After failing to stop them, the submitted cosmic warriors attacked Hala and Peter went with a team to help the Kree in the battle.
After some failed negotiations for the Vortex his team had to escape, but J'son found them and destroyed Hala in retaliation. Peter escaped on time.
After finding Spartax had been completely covered in amber by Thane, including Kitty, Peter lamented not having heard her since the beginning and apologize to her.
Kitty escaped thanks to her phasing powers and both had a reunion. Seeing no other way to defeat J'son and his cosmic empowered team, Peter tried to submit to the Vortex but after seeing the power would eventually make him push Kitty away, he refused.
Kitty ended up submitting and saving Spartax. After the war ended, Peter had a romantic talk with Kitty where he proposes to Kitty Pryde, a proposal which she accepts.
When the universe is facing its imminent end, Star-Lord and the rest of the Guardians of the Galaxy come to the world's final battle against the Children of Tomorrow.
During the battle, Groot and Rocket Raccoon are killed, and Star-Lord is teleported away by Reed Richards to his ship. In the end, he is one of the few survivors of the apocalypse aboard the Fantastic Four 's "life raft".
The life raft that Star-Lord was on remained in cryostasis for the next eight years, until they are awakened by Doctor Strange , a new Thor, and Miles Morales.
Knowing they are the only hope of reviving the old universe, Strange casts a spell to spread the survivors across the world using the wind, with Doom vowing to find them.
Star-Lord ends up in the domain of Manhattan , where he gets a job singing in the popular club, "the Quiet Room", singing Disney songs, as Disney films never existed in Battleworld , using the alias of Steve Rogers to hide from Doom.
It is here that he runs into an alternate universe version of Kitty Pryde from the Age of Apocalypse universe , who is hunting down artifacts from before Battleworld's creation.
Gambit leaves, but Kitty uses a scanner to discover that Star-Lord is from before Battleworld's creation, and she plans to take him to Doom.
However, they are ambushed by a group of robots connected to Gambit. The two decide to steal an artifact that Gambit has, but it is a trap, and the two are captured.
Right before Gambit can kill them, a version of Drax appears. Drax originally hired Peter to work in the Quiet Room. Drax knocks out Gambit. The three leave with the artifact secured.
When they are safe the next morning, Kitty shows it to the two, only to find out its Rocket Raccoon's tail.
Star-Lord laments the death of his friend, and Kitty decides to allow him to keep it, as it is the one thing left of his old universe. Star-Lord thanks Kitty, who kisses him before heading back to her home of Doomguard.
Realizing the two are out of a job for abandoning the Quiet Room in the middle of a show, Star-Lord and Drax decide to go back into Star-Lord's old career as a thief.
He asks Drax if he knows a good geneticist, as he plans on using Rocket's tail to make a clone of his friend, possibly an army of them.
During the final stand against God Doom, Peter not only piloted a ship to take the two Reed Richards' to the heart of Castle Doom , but also managed to keep Black Swan occupied by using the last twig of Groot, kept in his pocket ever since the Incursions to be planted at the crucial moment.
Following the restoration of reality, Peter ascends to the throne of Spartax, with Rocket taking over leadership of the Guardians while Kitty under the alias Star-Lady and the Thing following the disbanding of the Fantastic Four while the Richards' family worked to restore the multiverse joins the team.
During the Civil War II storyline, Star-Lord and the Guardians of the Galaxy assist Captain Marvel as her surprise weapon in the fight against Iron Man.
During the battle, the Guardians ship is destroyed which leaves them stranded on Earth. After Iron Man's faction leaves, Gamora overhears a conversation between Peter and Kitty in which she learns that Peter knew without telling the rest of the team that Thanos was on Earth the entire time they were there.
After stopping Gamora from storming into the Triskelion and killing Thanos, Gamora and the other Guardians leave Peter due to the secrecy.
Peter and Kitty then break off their engagement. Living alone in an apartment given to him by Abigail Brand , Peter calls Howard the Duck to try and have drinks with him, and Howard furiously hangs up.
He then finds Kitty and Old Man Logan in an art gallery, where Kitty shouts at him for carrying his guns into an art gallery with children.
Frustrated, Peter leaves. Logan then catches up to him and has drinks with him in a bar, where they fight hitmen, which attracts the attention of the police.
Logan flees the scene and Peter is captured. Peter is prosecuted by Matt Murdock , who argues that unlike other superheroes, Star-Lord was reckless and endangered civilians while causing substantial property damage.
The trial is interrupted by Brand, who gets the judge to reduce Peter's sentence to community service, to which Peter agrees.
Brand and Alpha Flight then give him a new skin-tight costume, and he is assigned to senior citizen Edmund Allen, a retired super-criminal named Silver Bandit.
After a day of bonding, Star-Lord is hired as a bartender at a bar for supervillains owned by Edmund's son.
When another threat to the universe arose, Star-Lord joined Rocket, Nova, and other members of the Guardians to fight it. Star-Lord appeared to die in a bomb blast,  but was actually transported to another reality where he befriended two people.
Star-Lord spent the equivalent of years in that reality before returning to his original universe. Star-Lord is a master strategist and problem solver who is an expert in close-quarter combat, various human and alien firearms, and battle techniques.
He has extensive knowledge of various alien customs, societies, and cultures, and considerable knowledge about cosmic abstracts, such as Oblivion.
As Star-Lord, Peter Quill wears a suit that grants augmented strength and durability and the ability to travel through space.
The character uses an "Element Gun", a special meta-pistol capable of projecting one of the four elements air, earth, fire and water. Star-Lord shares a psychic link with his sentient space vessel, Ship.
Ship is a sentient energy form. She most often exists in the form of a starship but can alter her structure at will. She can travel through air, space and water.
She possesses many of the conventional starship accessories, including shields, energy blasters, advanced sensors, replicators able to form any kind of food, drink, etc.
She has proven capable of creating a human form, which she can then animate and use as a host. Even if completely destroyed, she is capable of restoring herself, since her true form is her consciousness.
In addition, she takes on a number of feminine characteristics, such as a mothering instinct for those she is partnered with.
She has felt deeper attachments, including love for her partners. Ship can create Widgets—small, mobile droids able to scout out situations, gather information, and then return to her.
The full extent of Ship's abilities are unknown. During Star-Lord's battle with The Fallen One, his element gun, suit and Ship were destroyed. Due to severe injury, he was grafted with cybernetic implants by doctors on the Kyln, where he was sentenced.
On the Kree world of Aladon Prime, Star-Lord's cybernetic implants were removed. Star-Lord was outfitted with a Kree-issued heat-dampening espionage battle-suit, which became the hallmark look for the Guardians of the Galaxy, a battle helmet, and a universal translator, all of which he still uses.
His battle helmet can analyze strategy data, improve vision, and regulate oxygen in space. Star-Lord's chosen weapons are two Kree sub-machine guns with various types of ammunition, including explosives.
A three-issue limited series, Starlord , features a man Sinjin Quarrel who adopts the identity 12 years after the disappearance of the original Star-Lord Peter Jason Quill.
It was written by Timothy Zahn , with art by Dan Lawlis. Star-Lord's adventures in Marvel Preview 4 and 11 have been officially designated as occurring in an alternate past.
In these issues, Peter Quill is born during an unusual astronomical phenomenon when many of the planets align. Seeing no resemblance, the man who believed he was Quill's father accuses his wife Meredith of infidelity and attempts to kill the infant, but dies of a sudden heart attack.
Peter is raised by his single mother until she is killed by Ariguans when he is eleven. An alien entity called the Master of the Sun later visits the space station that Quill and other astronauts are inhabiting and offers the mantle of Star-Lord an interplanetary policeman to a worthy candidate.