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“Guardians of the Galaxy Annual” #1 turns out to be a perfect ending for Drax. Born Arthur Douglas, he became Drax the Destroyer after being taken from Earth by Thanos’ grandfather and father, Kronos and Mentor, who transformed him into a weapon literally designed to defeat the Mad Titan. Now, the hero has shed his past title and become something very different.

With Empress Victoria trying to destroy Grootfall, still unaware of the truth regarding its process of rebirth, Drax and Rocket Raccoon take matters into their own hands. Rocket warns Drax to be careful as an exploding spaceship is about to ignite a new sun, which will allow Grootfall to flourish. However, the threat of being turned into space ash is ignored by Drax. He refuses to let Rocket sacrifice himself as the one guiding the power of the explosion. He grabs Rocket, sends him away against his wishes, and prepares for his own death.

In a heartbreaking scene, Drax embraces his end. As the “Destroyer,” he lived in silence. But now he hears the music he used to love as Arthur Douglas. Guided by the chords of Douglas’ soul, Drax plays the saxophone like he did in his prior life on Earth. He dedicates the song to his daughter, Moondragon, while wishing he could have seen her one last time. He continues to play as the ship detonates and a new sun is born. Mantis and Gamora look on amid the chaos, with the latter dubbing Drax “The Creator,” flipping the script on his “Destroyer” moniker once and for all.



“Guardians of the Galaxy Annual” #1 turns out to be a perfect ending for Drax. Born Arthur Douglas, he became Drax the Destroyer after being taken from Earth by Thanos’ grandfather and father, Kronos and Mentor, who transformed him into a weapon literally designed to defeat the Mad Titan. Now, the hero has shed his past title and become something very different.

With Empress Victoria trying to destroy Grootfall, still unaware of the truth regarding its process of rebirth, Drax and Rocket Raccoon take matters into their own hands. Rocket warns Drax to be careful as an exploding spaceship is about to ignite a new sun, which will allow Grootfall to flourish. However, the threat of being turned into space ash is ignored by Drax. He refuses to let Rocket sacrifice himself as the one guiding the power of the explosion. He grabs Rocket, sends him away against his wishes, and prepares for his own death.

In a heartbreaking scene, Drax embraces his end. As the “Destroyer,” he lived in silence. But now he hears the music he used to love as Arthur Douglas. Guided by the chords of Douglas’ soul, Drax plays the saxophone like he did in his prior life on Earth. He dedicates the song to his daughter, Moondragon, while wishing he could have seen her one last time. He continues to play as the ship detonates and a new sun is born. Mantis and Gamora look on amid the chaos, with the latter dubbing Drax “The Creator,” flipping the script on his “Destroyer” moniker once and for all.

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