A Death in the Family

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A Death in the Family
A Death in the Family
An issue of the Marvel Comics series.
Issue No. 5
Writer(s) Roger McKenzie
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Penciller(s) Walter Simonson
Inker(s) Klaus Janson
Colorist(s) Glynis Wein
Letterer(s) Jim Novak
Editor(s) Allen Milgrom and Jim Shooter
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Cover Artist(s) Klaus Janson and Walter Simonson
Adaptation of Lost Planet of the Gods, Part II
Published July 1979
Collected in Saga of a Star World
Reprinted as
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Population 0 Survivors
Special The Lost Gods of Kobol (1 of 2)
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This comic is an adaptation of "Lost Planet of the Gods, Part II", as part of The Lost Gods of Kobol two-part Marvel Comics series.

Slightly different ending

This is the place where Marvel continuity breaks with the series. Instead of heading out of the void at the end of the episode, followed by Serina's deathbed sequence on the Galactica, issue #5 ends with Serina dying on the surface of Kobol. This is important, as the Fleet remains in the void for a large part of the Marvel series.