List of planets in Marvel Comics
- A-Chiltar III is a marshy planet (60% marsh, 40% prairie), and the atmosphere has a very high methane content. It is the home of the A-Chiltarians.
- Archernon is a planet that is the home of the Archernonians. Presently, the planet is at a pre-Industrial level of technology. Its government is dictatorial. Achernon is a rocky world, 70% covered in volcanic rock with an atmosphere possessing a high sulfur content.
- Aedi is a planet that is the home of the Aedians. A radioactive ore found on this planet can be used to cure the Hlavic Virus.
- Aerie is the alleged home world of the Shi'ar. It is unknown if this planet still exists.
- Alfheim is a planet and one of the Nine Realms in the Marvel universe and the home of the Light Elves.
- Alpha Centauri is a star system in the Centuarus constellation. Yondu is from this world.
- Annoval 14 is a prison planet that is the toughest penal colony in the universe.
- Arago-7 is the seventh planet from the star Arago. It is the home of the Pheragots. In the film Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, the planet is home to instead the Hurctarians.
- Archeopia is a planet that is the home of the Archeopians. Archeopia was destroyed when Galactus first awoke and devoured it.
- Armechadon is a planet that was originally known as Arqa.
- Asgard is one of the Nine Realms in the Marvel universe and the home of the Asgardians who are considered gods amongst humans. The most notable Asgardians who are from there are Thor, Loki, Odin, Heimdall and Sif. Asgard also features the Bifrost Bridge that lets the Asgardians travel through the Nine Realms to keep the peace. The realm was featured in the films Thor, Thor: The Dark World, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Thor: Ragnarok, and Avengers: Endgame.
- Asylum is a prison planet run by the Courga.
- Badoon Worlds is a world beyond the Nine Realms that is home to the primitive race the Badoon.
- Berhart is a planet that is the home of the Sagittarians. It was shown in the film Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 as a lush planet covered in forests.
- Beta is a world of Betans.
- Blackworld is an extra-dimensional world once populated by Rigellians and destroyed by a nuclear blast.
- Breakworld is a planet that is in constant war.
- Carmondy IV is a planet that is the home of Carmondians.
- Centurri-Six is the sixth planet of Centauri.
- Chronyca-2 was a planet featured in the television series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.. It was once the home of the Chronicoms until it was destroyed by a species called the Shrike. The planet revolved around one of the stars in the constellation Cygnus.
- Ciegrim-7 is the home of the Ciegrimites.
- Clarius is in the Clyph star system of the Milky Way Galaxy.
- Conjunction is a desert planet in the lesser regions of the galaxy. It is home to black markets selling stolen items and technology.
- Contraxia is a planet in the Elidra star system in the Milky Way galaxy and is the home of the Contraxians. It was shown in the film Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 as the home of Yondu and his Ravagers.
- Counter-Earth is now occupied by the second duplicate of Earth. The first was built by the High Evolutionary, moved away from the solar system by the Beyonders, and destroyed by the power of the Infinity Gauntlet. The second and current was built by Franklin Richards in the transition from Onslaught to Heroes Reborn.
- D'Rill was a planet featured in the television series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. that is home to the D'Rillians.
- Dakkam is a planet in the Beta Rigel star system in the Milky Way galaxy that is the home of the Dakkamites.
- Dervani is a planet full of tree-forms that reach to the sky.
- Drez-Lar is a planet located in the Large Magellanic Cloud that is part of the Kree Empire.
- Dyofor is a planet in the Palyn star system.
- Earth is the Marvel Comics version of the planet of the same name where most of Marvel Comics takes place.
- Easik is a planet and the home of the race of the same name. It was briefly shown in the film Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.
- Ego the Living Planet is a sentient planet. The sentient being was the main antagonist of the film Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 played by Kurt Russell and was Star-Lord’s father.
- Femizonia is the name given to the planet Earth in the 23rd century in multiple alternate realities. It is depicted as a largely global gynaecocratic culture where women have become physically imposing warriors who either rule over male slaves or fight them in a war of genocidal attrition. Thundra and her genetically engineered daughter Lyra, the Savage She-Hulk, are from this planet.
- Gunava is a planet that is the home of the Guna.
- Hala is the home planet of the Cotati and Kree. After a near complete genocide committed by the Kree, the Cotati were smuggled off of Hala to new planets. It was shown as the home of the Kree Empire in the film Captain Marvel.
- Halfworld is a small planet located within the Keystone Quadrant, divided into two environments, hence the name. It is also the home planet of Rocket Raccoon.
- Harokin is a world beyond the Nine Realms that is protected by the Asgardians.
- Hb'Btt is the fourth planet from the sun, in the Beta Lyrae star system of the Milky Way galaxy.
- Hiberlac is a planet in the Huynoc star system in the Zuccone star system.
- Horus IV is a humanoid planet with spy machines.
- Inaku is a planet that is home to the alien race of the same name. It was destroyed by an unknown event that led the "last children" of the planet to stumble blindly in the dark until they settled in Weirdworld.
- Jötunheim is a planet and one of the Nine Realms in the Marvel universe and the home of the Frost Giants. The God of Mischief Loki was rescued by Odin as a baby from Jötunheim. It was shown as the home of Laufey and the Frost Giants in the films Thor and Thor: The Dark World.
- Jupiter is a planet within the solar system. Charlie-27 was born on Jupiter in the 21st century.
- Kallu is the third planet in its system. It is 74% covered by water, mostly frozen, with an atmosphere composed of 47% nitrogen & 41% oxygen. Its gravity is comparable to Earth.
- Kitson is a planet featured in the television series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.. It features brothels, casinos, and sexual business that is ruled by Mister Kitson. The planet is named after Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. writer and assistant George Kitson.
- Korbin is the home of Beta Ray Bill and the Korbinites. The planet had originated in the Burning Galaxy speculated to be in Beta Centauri.
- Kosmos is a planet from which a criminal sludge-like alien escapes to hide on Earth where he kills Wasp's father and fights Ant-Man.
- Krelar is the second homeworld of the blue-skinned Kree Race. Home world of Captain Mar-Vell, "Colonel Yonn-Rog," "Captain Atlas," and "Una."
- Krylor is a planet that is the home of the Krylorians. It was mentioned in the television series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D..
- Klyntar is an artificial planet formed by symbiotes. This planet is also Knull's cage which in the symbiote's language cage translates to Klyntar.
- Lar is a planet that is the home of the Pegasusians.
- Leitner is one of the many planets featured in the television series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D..
- Lemista is a planet that is the home of the Lem.
- Maklu IV is a planet located in the Greater Magellanic Cloud (see also Kakaranathara). It is the home of the Makluans.
- Maarin is a planet where its inhabitants were killed by a virus.
- Majesdane is a planet of the Majesdanians that is located beneath the corona of a white dwarf star. The environment has a temperature around 50,000 Kelvin which is an atmosphere that is made of hydrogen-helium plasma, and a gravitational pull 300,000 times that of Earth. It was the home of the exiled Majesdanians Leslie and Frank Dean who have a daughter named Karolina Dean. In the television series Runaways, the Majesdanians are renamed the Gibborim and are pure light beings that can possess humans to survive the Earth’s atmosphere.
- Maveth is a planet featured in the television series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. It is a planet that is many light years from Earth, and it was home to an advanced civilization until an Inhuman named Hive was sent into exile from Earth. Eventually he destroyed the entire civilization.
- Mobius is a planet that is home to Xeron "the Star-Slayer"
- Moord is a planet that is the home of the Badoon race in the Lomora star system, speculated to be in Capella.
- Morag is a planet featured in the films Guardians of the Galaxy and Avengers: Endgame. It was the location of the Power Stone, and it was once an advanced technological civilization with an advanced humanoid population before it was mysteriously destroyed. In the comics Morag is a Kree leader of the planet Hala.
- Muspelheim is a planet and one of the Nine Realms in the Marvel universe and the home of the Fire Giant Surtur and his fire demons. In the film Thor: Ragnarok, Surtur prophesied he would cause Ragnarok and destroy Asgard.
- Naro-Atzia is a planet featured in the television series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. It is where the cryo-freeze chambers were built to maintain body integrity for long journeys in space.
- Nidavellir is one of the Nine Realms that is in the middle of the World Tree and houses numerous forges in its caverns. It is home to the dwarves most notably the king of the dwarves Eitri. In the film Avengers: Infinity War, the realm is a neutron star that is orbited by a multi-ringed megastructure. It was revealed to be the birthplace of Thor’s hammer Mjolnir and the Infinity Gauntlet. Thanos destroyed 299 dwarves except Eitri who helped Thor create a new weapon called Stormbreaker to take down Thanos.
- Niffleheim, normally spelled Niflheim is one of the Nine Realms. It is located at the lowest part of the universe that features a northern region of vast cold lands of icy mists, mountains, and darkness. Hel, which is known as the Realm of Death is part of this cold world, as is Nastrond which is known as the Shore of Corpses across the Gjoll. It was featured in the film Thor: Ragnarok as the former prison of Hela until she escapes after Odin dies. In the past the Valkyrie were able to prevent her from escaping, however they were all killed by Hela except one.
- Nix is one of the worlds outside the Nine Realms.
- Nornheim is one of the worlds outside the Nine Realms. It is home to the Three Norns, the Goddesses of Destiny, and Karnilla who is the greatest master of the arts and sorcery in the Asgardian dimension.
- O'erlanii is a planet that is the home of the A'askvarii. In the film Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 the planet’s named is changed to A'askavariia.
- Oorga is a planet that is the home of the Aakons. In the film Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 the planet’s named is changed to Aakon
- Paramatar is a planet that serves as a space port.
- Planet 0259-S is a planet that is also called the Garden, where there are many greenfields. Thanos builds a farm there after he completed his task of balancing the universe. It was featured in the films Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame.
- Power Planet 4 is a planet near the Rigel star in the Orion constellation.
- Praxius IX was a planet that supposedly hid the Orb which housed the Power Stone, which proved false. The planet is home to the Cloud Tombs of Praxius that float in the planet’s skies. The planet could either have a solid surface or be a Gas giant.
- Pyree is a planet with rusted moons. It was mentioned in the television series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D..
- Quon is a plant that is the home of the Quons.
- R'makl'z is a planet that is the home of the R'malk'i.
- Ria is a planet that is outside the Nine Realms that is home to the Stonemen of Saturn. It was briefly shown in the film Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. The Stonemen are renamed Kronans and Korg from Thor Ragnarok and Avengers: Endgame is from Ria.
- Sakaar is an alien war-like world with a monarchy that is the main setting of the Planet Hulk storyline. It is the home of the Sakaarans. Sakaar has appeared in media other than comic books including the television shows The Super Hero Squad Show and Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H., the films Planet Hulk and Thor: Ragnarok, and the video game Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2.
- Saturn is the home base of the Celestials, in particular the moon Titan. Saturn’s moon Titan was shown in the films Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame as the former home of Thanos which was destroyed by overpopulation.
- Sirius III-IV is a planet that has a dictatorial government.
- Skrullos is the origin planet of the Skrulls. It is located in Andromeda. Throneworld later moved to Tarnax IV. In the film Captain Marvel, the planet was destroyed by the Kree Empire and the Skrull had to go into hiding.
- Sovereign is a collective of planets and the homeworld of the Sovereign. It was shown in the film Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 as the home of High Priestess Ayesha and the rest of the Sovereign.
- Sszardil is a planet that is the home of a race of reptoids.
- Stent is a planet that is the home of the Stenth.
- Stonus I-V is a planet that is the home of the Stonians.
- Strontia is the homeworld of Gladiator and the Strontians. Speculated to be near the Centaurus or Sagittarius star system.
- Svartalfheim is a planet and one of the Nine Realms in the Marvel universe and the home of the Dark Elves. It was featured in the film Thor: The Dark World where the dark elf Malekith the Accursed, Kurse, and the dark elves used to live until it was decimated by a war centuries ago by their race and the Asgardians over the Aether which was actually the Reality Stone.
- Taa is the home planet of Galactus, once known as Galan the explorer from the previous universe.
- Tarnax IV is the throneworld of the Skrulls and eventually renamed Throneworld. It was recently devoured by Galactus.
- Titan the home planet of Thanos
and his chitauri army where his throne is located, it was shown on „ Avengers Infinity War ” and „ Avengers Endgame ”.
- Taur is a planet within the Taurus constellation that is the home of the Taurians. It was devoured by Galactus.
- Tayp is a planet from the Kormuk star system. It is the home of a reptilian race. Located within Hydra in astrology.
- Terma is one the many planets in the galaxy that is mentioned in the film Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 that can be reached through the Universal Neural Teleportation Network which is like going into hyperspace or going through a stargate. It also has three known satellites.
- The World is an empty and extremely remote planet. Other galaxies are so far away that they appear as individual star-like points of light. It is the homeworld of the M'Kraan Crystal, and reportedly the first planet to form. Whatever race lived there was long gone and the only structure that withstood the ravages of time was the M'Kraan Crystal. Since its discovery, the planet has remained under Shi'ar protection.
- Timor is a planet that is the home planet of Ch'od.
- Torfa is a planet that has a high-toxic atmosphere caused by Vibranium extractions. In the film Captain Marvel, the planet is located at the border of the Kree Empire. It was the site of a battle during the Kree-Skrull War where the Kree were trying to rescue one of their spies which proved to be a lie by the Skrull who were trying to acquire something.
- Trinawa is a planet with oceans of oxygen. It was mentioned in the television series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D..
- Tsorcherhi is a planet in the Ella star system of the Shiar.
- Tun is a planet in the S'vihn-Hoont star system orbiting the Ring Nebulae M-57 galaxy and is the home of the Axi-Tun.
- Vanaheim is a planet and one of the Nine Realms in the Marvel universe and the home of the Vanir known as the "Wise Gods of Old". In the film Thor: The Dark World, it was the home of Hogun and the other Vanir.
- Vega Superior is a planet that is home to agents of the Vegan Star system.
- Vormir is the home place of Vormirians. The planet appeared in the films Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame as the location of the Soul Stone, which is under the guard of Red Skull, who has been trapped on the planet since the events of Captain America: The First Avenger.
- Wraithworld is a planet that is the home of the Dire Wraiths. It is located under The Black Sun in the Dark Nebula.
- Wundagore II is a planet circling Sirius. The original Wundagore was a mountain in Transia (Eastern Europe).
- X is the homeworld of sentient arboroforms called flora colossus such as Groot. The planet is also called Taluhnia, but it is known more as Planet X.
- Xandar is a planet which is the home of the Xandarians and the headquarters of the Nova Corps. Xandar appeared in the 2014 film Guardians of the Galaxy and half of its population was massacred shortly before the events of the 2018 film Avengers: Infinity War.
- Xanth is a planet that is also known as Planet X and the home of the Xanthas. It was destroyed by a rogue asteroid.
- Zen-Whoberi is the planet of the Zehoberei species, a green light-skinned alien race. It was originally the home of a young Gamora before it was invaded by Thanos and his army who decimated half the population including her family in the 2018 film Avengers: Infinity War.
- Zenn-La is a planet that is the home of the Silver Surfer and the Zenn-Lavians.
- Tales to Astonish #46
- Thor Annual #6
- Silver Surfer Vol. 3 #32
- Fantastic Four #209
- Silver Surfer Vol. 3 #74
- Hercules #1
- Thor #160
- Fear #20
- Starjammers #1
- Fantastic Four Vol. 3 #19
- Sub-Mariner #7
- Marvel Comics Presents #49
- Blackwulf #6
- Incredible Hulk #6
- Avengers #219
- Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars #1
- Giant-Size Werewolf #5
- Fantastic Four #211
- Fantastic Four #10
- Astonishing X-Men Vol. 3 #4
- Amazing Spider-Man #103
- Silver Surfer Vol. 3 #72
- Rom Annual #4
- Captain Marvel Vol. 3 #4
- New Avengers Illuminati Vol. 2 #3
- Rom #71
- Jack of Hearts #2. Marvel Comics (New York).
- Marvel Premiere #1
- Machine Man #3
- Silver Surfer #6
- Fantastic Four #297
- Thor #261
- Fantastic Four #24
- Marvel Presents #5
- Rom #1
- Captain Marvel #1
- Avengers Annual #1
- Weapon H #8-9. Marvel Comics.
- Warlock #15
- Tales of Suspense #62
- Avengers #14
- Incredible Hulk #269
- Guardians of the Galaxy Planet Venom
- Venom #4
- Strange Tales #179
- Shogun Warriors #1
- Marvel Two-In-One Annual #3
- Marvel Feature #11
- Captain Marvel #8
- Fantastic Four #37
- Incredible Hulk Vol. 2 #92
- War of Kings: Warriors #1
- Fantastic Four #18
- Fantastic Four #91
- X-Men #107
- X-Men #108
- Uncanny X-Men #203
- X-Men: Emperor Vulcan #2
- Giant-Size Fantastic Four #3
- Avengers #123. Marvel Comics (New York).
- Thor #212
- Hercules #2
- Incredible Hulk #137
- Rom #27
- Nova #1
- Fantastic Four #7
- Silver Surfer #1
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