A clip from the 90's Fantastic Four animated series of the team battling Galactus himself.. Galactus has a solar scale of limitless strength and can battle anyone for undefinite amounts of time. Because we had to wait 10 years to see … Galactus is not evil, and there have been many stories of him having regrets, and saddened at the loss of life, through his actions. Galactus is the main antagonist of the 2007 Marvel film Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer. However, if our big evil in the new phase of the MCU will be Galactus, we will probably not see it in the short term. Galactus' origins and true name are unknown; it is known that it feeds on planets (whether this is for fun or for survival is unknown). We all know about the “cosmic balance” that Galactus has a part in, but there’s one important function that Galactus serves, that is rarely covered, or talked about.

Marvel, who has recently given a great weight to female characters, may want to continue this line with Galactus. GALACTUS: Good, evil or just a force of nature? On a side note, Galactus also is not technically good or evil.

Sole survivor of the universe existing before the Big Bang, Galactus is perhaps the most feared being in the cosmos. Galactus seems perfectly willing to eat empty planets, he just isn't particular about it either way. Recently, the Surfer returned to Galactus' service as his herald during the Annihilation event, but apparently he now has a terminal illness. If you want to judge him from a human standpoint, I guess he is amoral rather than evil. ". The Heralds of Galactus are responsible for finding suitable planets for the Devourer to consume, eliminating the planet's defenses, and protecting Galactus while he feeds. It is a massive eldritch entity that feeds on worlds. In his first appearance, Galactus swatted the Fantastic Four off him like annoying flies; no matter what they hit him with and no matter the amount of times they fought him. Possessing a portion of the Power Cosmic, giving him or her powers on par with a Physical God , the Heralds are some of the most powerful characters in the Marvel Universe . GALACTUS: Good, evil or just a force of nature? Galactus is essentially an intelligent force of nature, who fulfills a role in the Marvel Universe. Sole survivor of the universe existing before the Big Bang, Galactus is perhaps the most feared being in the cosmos. This version of Galactus is agurably more evil than the one in the comics, considering that the one in the comics was eating planets to survive. For Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds on the PlayStation 3, a GameFAQs message board topic titled "is galactus evil or neutral? During the "Secret Wars" event, The Beyonder teleports the most powerful characters of Earth (as well as Galactus) to Battleworld, where he intends to pit them against one another in a battle between good and evil. Galactus is a power-hungry, nihilistic, and immensely cruel deity obsessed with making a perfect universe freed from flaws. Evil and cruel, Terrax the Tamer could use his immense power to move entire planets, but his arrogance and disregard for Galactus ended with him being stripped of his cosmic gifts after Terrax tried to get the Fantastic Four to help him kill the devourer by threatening them with the destruction of Manhattan. This version of Galactus just did it for power. The first line of dialouge that Galactus says in the MCU is a refrence to one of his most famous lines in the comics.