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|“||I am Ronan the Accuser. Wherever I set my foot, there Kree law holds sway.||„|
|~ Ronan introducing himself|
Ronan the Accuser is a villain turned anti-hero from Marvel Comics and the on & off antagonist of the Guardians of the Galaxy team as well as an enemy of various superheroes in the Marvel universe, including the Fantastic Four. He is the leader of the accuser corps, the elite military police of the Kree empire.
He was born into one of the leading Kree aristocratic families on Hala. After completing his education he was accepted into the ranks of the Accuser Corps, where he quickly rose through the ranks. Eventually he was promoted by the Supreme Intelligence to the rank of Supreme Public Accuser. One of Ronan's missions was to punish the Fantastic Four when they defeated a Sentry left on Earth. But when he traveled to Earth and faced the four heroes, he was soon forced to use his own weapon on himself, giving himself the same sentence that he intended to mete out upon them. Unable to seek revenge due to the Supremor's orders, Ronan joined with Imperial Minister Zarek to depose the Supremor but was defeated by the Avengers.
Later Ronan made another attack against the Four when he attempted to gain possession of a Universal Power Core from Uatu The Watcher's house. With the aid of a mind-controlled Invisible Woman he was able to breach the dome but was only able to obtain the plans to one of them.
After a failed attempt to absorb Ego into himself, Ronan returned to his post as the Supreme Public Accuser and is helping the Supremor evolve those Kree who were able to avoid being turned into Ruul.
When Ronan is falsely accused of treason by Tana Nile, he discovers he has been framed by a highly placed member of a Kree house. After defending the Kree Empire against the Annihilation Wave, Ronan clears his name and kills his betrayer, although not before he lobotomizes the Supreme Intelligence. In an act of mercy, Ronan kills the Supreme Intelligence and becomes ruler of the Kree Empire.
During the Phalanx conquest of the Kree, Ronan works with the Super-Skrull and Wraith to free his people.
When the Inhumans seek aid from the Kree against the Skrull's Secret Invasion, Ronan agrees on the condition that the Inhuman princess, Crystal, marries him.]n their wedding day, Ronan is severely beaten by the Shi'ar Imperial Guard and hospitalized.e does not fully recover until after the War of Kings is over.
Ronan is soon separated from his wife under the orders of Black Bolt, as part of a truce made between Black Bolt and the Supreme Intelligence to ensure peace between Inhumans and the Kree Empire. Crystal and Ronan are deeply saddened by this decision, as their arranged marriage had eventually become a stronger relationship.
During the Infinity storyline by Jonathan Hickman, Ronan, along with the other members of the Annihilators and their respective races, helped the Avengers fighting the Builders.
- In the comics, Ronan started out as somewhat of a straight villain. Since the events of Annihilation, the character is protrayed as a harsh but honorable anti-hero in a similar vein of Judge Dredd. He even became a member of a group of space heroes called the Annihilators.
- Ronan is often mispronounced as Ronin.
- The Accuser Corps has similarities with the Inquisition of the Imperium of Man
Marvel Cinematic Universe
- Main article: Ronan the Accuser (Marvel Cinematic Universe)
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Absorbing Man | Annihilus | Badoon | Blastaar | Mercurio | Moonstone | Nitro | Psycho-Man | Puppet Master | Quasimodo | Ronan | Sentry 459 | Skrulls | Stranger | Super-Adaptoid | Super-Skrull | Supreme Intelligence | Thanos | Yon-Rogg