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Comic Book: Warlock (1972 series)

What This Book is About:
Warlock's 1st series, starting as Power of Warlock #1-8 in 1972-73 and then continuing as just Warlock #9-15 in 1975-76.

Data Sheet:
Dates
Aug 1972 to Nov 1976
1972
N/A

Characters most frequently found in this comic book:
In order of appearances.

Drax
Drax

(Drax the Destroyer)
Plus: Pip the Troll, Magus, Matriarch, In-Betweener.
Warlock #9
Warlock #9

(Oct 1975)

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Warlock #9
4 stars

Warlock #9

October 1975
"The infinity effect"
Script: Jim Starlin
In Strange Tales #178 Adam Warlock met a woman fleeing from Grand Inquisitors of the Universal Church of Truth. He failed to stop them killing her but used his Soul Gem to get her soul to tell him what's going on. [...]
Warlock #10
4 stars

Warlock #10

December 1975
"How strange my destiny Part 1"
Script: Jim Starlin
This issue is split into 3 chapters.Chapter 1: The priceAdam Warlock and his new pal Pip the Troll along with Thanos and his agent Gamora are on the Homeworld of Magus' Universal Church of Truth. [...]
Warlock #11
4.5 stars

Warlock #11

February 1976
"How strange my destiny Part 2"
Script: Jim Starlin
This issue is again split into chapters. And because the issue is labelled as part 2 of last issue's story then the chapters start at 4.Chapter 4: Escape into the inner prisonWe're in a big time loop. [...]
Warlock #15
4 stars

Warlock #15

November 1976
"Just a series of events"
Script: Jim Starlin
At the end of last issue Adam Warlock returned to the Solar System to find that he had grown larger than the whole system. The explanation given was that he had been in a part of the universe (the Herculean Galaxy) that was expanding at a much greater rate than the Milky Way. [...]