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In this issue, the origin and recent events of Moondragon are detailed, but are radically inconsistent with later retellings: Mentor implied that Emlot killed Heather Douglas' parents in one of their "missionary expeditions". While on Titan, Heather encountered Thanos and his two brothers as children. In later retellings, an adult Thanos is the killer of Heather's parents.
The story was recounted in some aspects in Moondragon's entry in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z #7, in order to fit to the modern version of this story.
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