I did not read the article, but is there any information about how he survived the "Big Bang"? marvels 12:40, 15 April 2006 (EDT)
In the first two paragraphs.--Viper 16:45, 15 April 2006 (EDT)
Is it just me, or is that the Death Star in the backround? Venom-Hulk
No its part of Kyln. Alien prison/powerstation that was among the first things destoyed by Annihilation Wave. --Wezqu 11:36, 14 August 2007 (EDT) They should change his picture,it doesn't show him completely.
Galactus should not be confined to the fantastic four even though he orginated in this series since he has fought others.
Galactus isn't a god, he is a cosmic being just like Eternity, Death, Ego, Eon, Living Tribunal and many others. --DragynWulf 19:54, 28 April 2006 (EDT)
In the Secret Wars I series, it says he is a force of nature, like a hurricane. sononsj 23:46, 28 April 2006 (EDT)
The bio says Galan's eye color is brown, though in Fantastic Four #522, it's blue, and in Fantastic Four #523, it's purple. sononsj 22:05, 26 May 2006 (EDT)
must be a mistake onslaunt
I've looked for enough eye colors in comics to realize that reflections and artists whims can change things quite drastically. I would guess brown or blue, purple is obviously an artistic touch. Interestingly enough, Reed Richards' eye color was originally blue, quite obviously. PseudoSherlock 09:39, 25 August 2006 (EDT)
I do not believe Galactus should be considered a villian... Yes, he not a hero but he not a villian either. As we know he is very much part of the existance of the Marvel Universe, a force that must exist just as much as Eternity and other cosmic entities. His role is to keep the universe in balance in a way beyond human understanding. It might put him in the wrong side as viewed from a human perspective but it does not mean he is a villian. Galactus must eat planets to exist.If he doesn't exist,the universe doesn't.So just think of it as a few planets in tribute for the universe.
There should be a link for Tyrant added under companionship. This would also prove my point that Tyrant was never a Herald. In the Tyrant profile he is listed as a former herald of Galactus. I submitted a corrected profile a while back. --ohitsme 09:49, 14 August 2007 (CDT)
Galactus played a major part in the Annihilation storyline and there was a major part of his history revealed in Annihilation Heralds of Galactus #2. He revealed that he himself killed the Proemial Gods that sought battle with him. It is known that three of those Gods were spared death and imprisoned in the Kyln. --ohitsme 10:57, 14 August 2007 (CDT)