MARVEL DAY

In 'Annihilation' (2006) #2, Galactus and Silver Surfer are imprisoned on "The Skrull Reach", Thanos' starship.
In ‘Annihilation’ (2006) #2, Galactus and Silver Surfer are imprisoned on “The Skrull Reach”, Thanos’ starship. Photo/Marvel Comics

IN MULTIVERSE

The Annihilation Wave

The Annihilation Wave progresses on its march, leaving behind a path of destruction that threatens the multiverse.

Annihilus, a monster from the Negative Zone felt that the expansion of the multiverse to the Negative Zone warranted his conquest. Now, he wants to destroy everything!

In 'Annihilation' (2006) #1, Annihilus invades the multiverse.
In ‘Annihilation’ (2006) #1, Annihilus invades the multiverse. Photo/Marvel Comics

Annihilus’ Master Plan

When the universe was young, Galactus imprisoned the Proemial gods Tenebrous and Aegis. During the destruction of Kyln, they were freed and sought vengeance. Using Thanos’ help, Tenebrous and Aegis found Galactus and Silver Surfer.

The Proemial Gods defeated Galactus and Silver Surfer, then turned them over to Annihilus’ Annihilation Wave. Annihilus’ master plan was to turn Galactus into a weapon that would devastate the multiverse.

In 'Annihilation' (2006) #3, Galactus is turned into a weapon by Thanos and the Annihilation Wave to destroy the multiverse.
In ‘Annihilation’ (2006) #3, Galactus is turned into a weapon by Thanos and the Annihilation Wave to destroy the multiverse. Photo/Marvel Comics

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The United Front

Nova formed forces to combat the Annihilation Wave. This group of warriors included Nova, Drax, Moondragon, Starlord, Phyla-Vell and Cammi.

The United Front faced enormous casualties after the destruction of Daedalus 5 at the hand of the Annihilation Wave. Eventually, Drax faced Thanos on his starship and killed him, fulfilling his destiny.

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SOURCES

Annihilation in Marvel Database.
United Front in Marvel Database.

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