Tired of his foolishness, Korath refused to listen and ordered his squad of Sakaarans to take Quill and the Orb back to Ronan for questioning onboard the Dark Aster. However, Quill managed to escape by shooting Korath in the chest with his Quad Blasters and killing his Sakaaran soldiers with a Plasma Sphere. Korath survived due to his own enhanced skin and body armor and attempted to kill his attacker by shooting back at him.
Korath attempts to shoot the Milano. Quill escaped through the hole in the wall and Korath gave chase across the surface of the planet. Quill was just able to get to his ship by using a Gravity Mine to incapacitate Korath's soldiers. While Quill attempted to start his ship, Korath ordered all of his men to build a cannon. By the time the cannon was ready, Quill used his ship to escape back to Xandar as Korath tried and failed to shoot him out of the sky, as he watched furiously as Quill flew away.
Korath reports directly to Ronan the Accuser. Korath returned to the Dark Aster and informed Ronan, Gamora and Nebula of events on Morag and of the outlaw Star-Lord, who his sources had informed him was planning to sell the Orb to Broker on Xandar. Ronan ordered Gamora to travel to Xandar and retrieve the Orb from Quill when he attempted to sell it to Broker, while Korath remained behind and continued to command Ronan's army, being deemed unworthy to find the Orb.
Having successfully retaken the Orb from the traitorous Gamora , Korath was present when Ronan the Accuser presented his prize to the Mad Titan, with Korath holding it up for Thanos to see. However, Ronan decided to betray Thanos and keep the Orb's power to himself, despite Korath warning that Thanos was too powerful to dare challenge. Korath witnesses Ronan betray Thanos. The Orb's power caused explosions on the Dark Aster as Ronan consumed the power into his Cosmi-Rod and told Thanos that after he had destroyed Xandar , he would kill the Mad Titan himself.
Korath was disturbed by this due to how extremely powerful Thanos is, and questioned his master's decision as he believed that Thanos was the most powerful being in the universe. However, Ronan reassured him that with the Orb's power, Thanos would not pose a threat.
Korath finding the Guardians of the Galaxy. During the Battle of Xandar in which Ronan the Accuser 's forces had attempted to finally exact their revenge against the Xandarians , the Dark Aster was then attacked by the combined forces of the Yondu Ravager Clan and the Nova Corps.
Korath led his unit of Sakaaran soldiers in defending the Dark Aster , as they matched through the ship, they encountered Star-Lord , Drax the Destroyer and Groot who had boarded the ship with the intention of killing Ronan and stopping his attack. Korath attempting to finally kill Star-Lord. A fight ensued between Korath's forces and the Guardians of the Galaxy , in which Korath personally fought Star-Lord , seeking revenge for their earlier battle.
Korath soon easily over-powered his human foe and mocked his attempts to kill Ronan and reclaim the Orb. As Quill was thrown across space, Korath stood over him and noted that he would ensure none of them would ever make it to Ronan's location as he and their men would kill them all first. Korath being killed by Drax the Destroyer.
Their fight was interrupted when Drax the Destroyer defended Quill and attacked Korath. Korath briefly gained the upper hand, but the tables were turned and Korath was pinned against a wall by the incredibly powerful Drax. He then proceeded to finally kill Korath, as he tore out a cybernetic part of his head while reciting his attempt at a metaphor while Korath's body spasmed from the electric shocks and he dropped to the ground dead.
Korath was a ruthless and unexpressive individual who would stop at nothing in obtaining his objective. He was loyal to Ronan the Accuser and Thanos , who he referred as "the most powerful being in the universe. Ronan, however, assured him that with the Stone in his possession, Thanos would no longer be a threat.
Korath retained his loyalty to Ronan and continued to follow his leader until their respective deaths in the Battle of Xandar. Korath fighting against Captain Marvel. Korath using his rifle. Marvel Cinematic Universe Wiki. Marvel Cinematic Universe Wiki Explore. Organizations S. Earth Asgard Jotunheim Knowhere more Robert Downey, Jr. TV Series. Marvel Heroes Agents of S.
Agent Carter Inhumans. Hawkeye Moon Knight Ms. Marvel She-Hulk. Shabook Nerdtastic Marvelus. Explore Wikis Community Central. Register Don't have an account? Korath the Pursuer. View source. History Talk 0. However, we recently learned that Korath and Ronan has not splintered from the Kree at the time of Captain Marvel , so perhaps he hasn't encountered Thanos at this point in the timeline.
To be honest, we imagine the Korath-Thanos relationship as implied in the prelude comic will be ignored if it contradicts the story Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck are telling in Captain Marvel. In the comics, Starforce was formed by the Kree's ruler — a giant, be-tentacled head called the Supreme Intelligence — during their war with another race, the Shi'ar.
The team members were some of the most powerful beings in Kree Empire. The real question here is: does Captain Marvel's membership of Starforce make her a villain at the beginning of the film? Or is Korath more heroic than his later, space-terrorist role would suggest? In the comics, Carol has a complicated relationship with the Kree.
The accident that gives her her powers technically transforms her into a human-Kree hybrid, and she was a close associate of Mar-Vell for a long time. However, the shady actions of the Supreme Intelligence tend to cast the aliens as villains nine times out of ten. Whether Korath will be portrayed as equally ambiguous remains to be seen. Maybe his association with Thanos will be revealed to his allies later in the movie.
With the film featuring the equally ruthless Kree and Skrull aliens, we're expecting a lot of shades of grey in Captain Marvel , and Carol is going to have her work cut out for her deciding the right course of action. Want up-to-the-minute entertainment news and features?
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Korath was a soldier of the Kree Empire. During the Kree-Skrull War, he served in the Starforce under the command of Yon-Rogg, and by , he was helping. Korath the Pursuer is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Korath was a geneticist, who founded and led the Pursuer Project. He also was a member of the Starforce. Korath, a powerful ally of the villainous Ronan, is a feared intergalactic hunter. Korath is a pursuer who is dedicated to the kill and focuses only on one.