Deathbird convinces Vulcan to finish the healing process that the Shi'ar members of the secret order had begun on D'Ken, who remained in a coma since the M'Kraan Crystal incident. There is a power dynamic that isn’t balanced in the least bit; one that Deathbird uses to manipulate Vulcan into delaying his plan for vengeance and actually restoring Emperor D’Ken from his injuries. 4) #20. He used his powers to heal the mad emperor D’Ken, and in return D’Ken offered his sister to be Vulcan’s bride. Conspiring with the Secret Order and Deathbird, Vulcan awakens his enemy, marries into his family, takes his revenge, and claims the mantle of Emperor. When D'Ken discerns Vulcan's feelings for Deathbird, he invokes an ancient Shi'ar custom and invites Vulcan to marry Deathbird and become part of Shi'ar royalty. Her pregnancy was revealed in X-Men (vol. During the War of Kings storyline, Deathbird went into a coma and Vulcan was killed. The official Marvel page for Vulcan (Gabriel Summers). However, in the middle of the battle, his ship, the Hammer, was destroyed by the Scy'ar Tal (translating as "Death to the Shi'ar"). Vulcan was discouraged by this, but Deathbird convinced him that they would come to accept him. Deathbird was taken by the Providan Order, but awoke and escaped. Learn all about Vulcan both on screen and in comics! Learn all about Vulcan both on screen and in comics! Afterwards, a grateful D'Ken asks Vulcan to marry Deathbird. She was rejected from the first because her appearance (wings, claws) is a throwback to a more primitive time in Shi’ar evolution. The unborn child of Deathbird and Vulcan (Gabriel Summers). The official Marvel page for Vulcan (Gabriel Summers). Because of being infused with Kree lineage while Deathbird was held captive, it had Shi'ar, Mutant and Kree DNA. Deathbird was born Cal'syee Neramani to the ruling house of the Shi'ar Imperium on the Aerie (now known as Chandilar), native world of the Shi'ar. Meanwhile, the Inhumans attack Hala, the homeworld of the Kree. He was horrified by what he had to do but accepted it as a necessary concession for the greater plan. The pair escaped together, killing and destroying their way across the galaxy, falling in love as they did so. Deathbird asked Vulcan to halt his plan of vengeance to help the order move forward with the next stage of its plan. After X-Men: Rise and Fall of the Shi'ar Empire, Half the X-Men and Starjammers, join Lilandra's Rebel Army to fight against Vulcan, who now has the throne thanks to Deathbird, and has the Imperial Guard at his command. This statement with the context of Vulcan’s affair with Deathbird gives a distinctly predatorial vibe to the entire relationship. Vulcan then uses his powers to heal D'Ken's injuries. Warned in advance of a rebel raid on Feather's Edge, Vulcan and his fleet ambushed the Starjammers. After his wedding, Vulcan throws Professor Xavier into the M'Kraan Crystal, kills D'Ken, and names himself Emperor of the Shi'ar. Darwin leaps into the … A new race of aliens whose name means 'Death to shi'ar' complicate matters. Vulcan Materials Company is the nation’s largest producer of construction aggregates—primarily crushed stone, sand and gravel—and a major producer of aggregates-based construction materials, including asphalt and ready-mixed concrete. Yet when he arrives in Shi’Ar space, D’Ken is comatose and his sister Lilandra is the ruler. Vulcan (Gabriel Summers) Deathbird (Cal'syee Neramani) After battling the Imperial Guard, Vulcan was arrested and locked in a Shi’ar prison, where he met Deathbird, who was also a prisoner. I never cared much for inner turmoil drama.