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Galactus Character Review

Galactus Character Review

Galactus Character Review

Galactus is a fictional Character, a cosmic entity that appears in comic books and other publications published by Marvel Comics. After debuting in the Silver Age of Comic Books, Galactus has appeared in over four decades of Marvel continuity, as well as starring in a one-shot publication Super-Villain Classics: Galactus the Origin (May 1983), and the limited series Galactus the Devourer (September 1999 - March 2000). The character has been featured in other Marvel-endorsed products and merchandise such as arcade games, video games, animated television series, action figures, trading cards, and a 2007 film Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer.

In 2009, Galactus was ranked as number five on the pop culture site's list of "Top 100 Comic Book Villains." (More about Galactus Character Review...keep reading !!)

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Powers and Abilities (Galactus)

Galactus was created during the union between the "Sentience of the [previous] Universe" and Galan of Taa, and a herald described him as "the physical, metamorphosed embodiment of a cosmos." Galactus considers himself a higher being than all non-abstracts, maintaining his existence by devouring planets that have the potential for supporting life. This has resulted in the elimination of entire extraterrestrial civilizations on numerous worlds.

Galactus wields a type of cosmic energy known as the Power Cosmic, and has appointed a number of beings to act as his Heralds, bestowing each of them with a small fraction of the Power Cosmic. The Power Cosmic replaces the "auras" (or souls) of the characters imbued with its properties, causing each wielder's physical form to uniquely adapt in order to store and manipulate it according to how they desire. Galactus is able to strip the Power Cosmic away from the person to whom he has given it.

Galactus can use the Power Cosmic to produce nearly any effect he desires, including size-alteration, the transmutation of matter, the teleportation of objects (including entire galaxies) across space, the creation of force fields, the creation of interdimensional portals, telepathy, telekinesis, cosmic awareness on a universal scale, creating sentient life, resurrecting the dead, manipulating mortal souls, manipulating the memories and emotions of others, recreating dead worlds (including their populations) in every detail, energy projection, the creation of black holes and other cosmic bodies, the ability to enter and control the Astral Plane, and creating pocket dimensions.

Galactus Character Review - Destroyed

Although not an abstract, non-corporeal being, Galactus is a living force of nature set to correct the imbalances between the conceptual entities Eternity and Death, and as such his true form cannot be perceived by most beings; each species perceives Galactus in a form they can associate with or comprehend, either in a form similar to that of their own race or as a deity of their own religion. Galactus has also appeared as a humanoid star when addressing fellow members of the cosmic hierarchy. As Galactus continuously feeds to sustain himself, the character must wear armor to help regulate his internal energies. Due to this inherent hunger, Earth's heroes have been able to achieve various degrees of success in repelling or defeating a weakened Galactus. In this state Galactus has shown susceptibility to the Images of Ikonn spell, which forces him to recall all of the beings he has destroyed as a result of his feeding.

The first and oldest living entity in the universe, Galactus employs advanced science capable of creating the Ultimate Nullifier, an object of tremendous power capable of destroying and remaking the multiverse, and the immense ship Taa II. Reed Richards speculated that Taa II — the Möbius strip-shaped, solar system-sized home of Galactus — could be the greatest source of energy in the universe. Galactus also retains the Punisher cyborgs in his service...

In Other Media (Film/Movie)

Galactus appears in the 2007 film Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer, the story of which was based upon the character's debut and his Ultimate incarnation. The official novelization of the film names the character as "the Gah Lak Tus". 20th Century Fox's rationale for having the character as a cloud was to keep him discreet. Visual effects studio Weta Digital convinced Fox to add physical hints of the comic book incarnation, such as a shadow and the fiery mass within the cloud resembling Galactus' signature helmet

Galactus Character Review - Face

Director Tim Story has said he made Galactus a cloud so that the future Silver Surfer spin-off film would have a chance to be unique and introduce the character as he normally appears. J. Michael Straczynski, the spinoff's writer, confirmed Galactus is in his script, saying, "You don't want to sort of blow out something that big and massive for one quick shot in the first movie."

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Title: Galactus Character Review; Written by GTS Baskoro; Rating: 5 dari 5

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