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I wish Galactus would've cleared up my eczema when he gave me the Power Cosmic.

Morg was a fictional villain in the Marvel Comics universe. He debuted in Silver Surfer Volume 3, #70 (August, 1992). Morg is currently deceased, dissected by the minions of Annihilus, in a failed attempt to extract the Power Cosmic from his body.

Morg, "The Berserker", was a bloodthirsty and remorseless executioner on the primitive world of Caraner. However, that career came to an abrupt end on the fateful day that Galactus, the devourer of worlds, arrived to consume the planet. Fortunately for Morg, having recently dismissed Nova, Galactus was in need of a new servant to fill the role of Herald. Weary of the attacks of conscience that made his former thralls waver when it came to directing him to inhabited planets, Galactus decided that it was high time that he employed someone less scrupulous for the job, and Morg was just what he was looking for. Indeed, Morg was the polar opposite of his predecessors, for, whenever possible, the sadistic executioner ignored barren planets and instead guided his ravenous Master to worlds teeming with life, a practice that soon brought him into conflict with the Silver Surfer and many of Galactus' other former Heralds.

Imbued with the Power Cosmic by Galactus, Morg could fly, possessed superhuman strength and resistance to injury, had the ability to manipulate and project cosmic energy, and was able to survive in the vacuum of space indefinitely, with no need of sleep, food, water, or air. Some time after becoming Galactus' servant, while investigating the planet of Bastion, Morg discovered the Well of Life. After bathing in its mystical waters, his already considerable power was augmented even further, surpassing that of any previous Herald.

Newsprint, wire twist ties, white glue, sand, dog hair (the animal was not harmed in acquiring it), acrylic paint, super glue, and plastic (transparent stand only).

3.2 cm/1.3 in. x 2.6 cm/1.0 in. (widest point x highest point)

Two days: June 3 and 4, 2012

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Morg Minimate toy.


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