Plunderer (01 - Edgar Plunder)
Real Name: Edgar Parnival Plunder
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Parnival Plunder was the younger brother of Kevin Plunder. When their father Robert discovered the Savage Land, word leaked out and he sent Kevin to live there and Parnival to live as a sailor to keep them safe. Believing Kevin had been killed, Parnival established himself as the lord of Castle Plunder as a front for his criminal activities as the Plunderer. Upon learning that his step-brother had survived in the Savage Land as Ka-Zar, the two clashed on several occasions, mostly over Parnival's obsession with Antarctic vibranium.
The Plunderer came into conflict with the Fantastic Four at one point, when he tried to steal Reed's lab equipment while the team had temporarily disbanded.
Parnival later allied with Thanos in a scheme to steal the equipment that maintains the Savage Land's idyllic environment. The Plunderer hires a man named Gregor to arm one Savage Land tribe with laser rifles to attack Ka-Zar, and kidnap Ka-Zar's son Matthew while Ka-Zar is occupied. Ka-Zar and his wife Shanna rescue the baby and discover that Parnival employed Gregor, so Ka-Zar travels to New York City to find out why his brother wanted him killed. While there, the Rhino attacks Ka-Zar on Parnival's behalf, though Ka-Zar turns the Rhino into a weapon against his brother. Shanna, who had followed Ka-Zar to New York, is then attacked by the Plunderer's men. Parnival is then able to smuggle the Savage Land's terraforming machinery into New York City, which has devastating effects on the Savage Land.
After apparently dying during the hero's "Civil War," Plunderer resurfaced and revealed his "American representative," not him, had been killed.
First Appearance: Daredevil (1964) #12
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Astonishing Tales (1970)
#11 Civil War: Battle Damage Report (2007)
- 'A Day of Tigers'#17
- 'Target: Ka-Zar'#18
- 'Gog Cometh'#19
- 'And Men Shall Name Him Victorius'#20
- 'The Final Battle'
#12 Daredevil, l`Homme sans peur! (1979)
- 'Sightless In A Savage Land!'#13
- 'The Secret Of Ka-Zar's Origin!'#14
- 'If This Be Justice ...!'#24
- 'The Mystery Of The Midnight Stalker!'
#15/16 Dark Reign Files (2009)
- 'Le secret des origines de Ka-Zar'
Fantastic Four (1961)
'97 Annual#-1 Ka-Zar the Savage (1981)
- 'Life Lessons & Lies'#1#2
- 'Law of the Jungle'#3
- 'The Concrete Jungle'#5
- 'Life in the Big City'#6
- 'Hide and Seek'#7
- 'The Savage Land'#8
- 'Urban Jungle, Chapter One'#9
- 'It's a Jungle Out There'#10
#31 Marvel Comics Presents (2007)
- 'But I Don't Want to Go back to the Savage Land!'#32
- 'He Ain't Heavy'#33
- 'Brother, Can You Spare A Mine'
Marvel Super-Heroes (1967)
#19 Marvelklubben (1984)
- 'My Father, My Enemy!'#51
- 'Battle Beyond the Stars'#52#53
- 'The Puppet and the Power'
Mighty Avengers (2013)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A To Z Update (2010)
#1 ROM Spaceknight (1979)
- 'Marlene Alraune to Zuri'
#13 Savage Tales (1971)
- 'Peril, Thy Name Is Plunderer!'
Annual 01 Tales to Astonish (1959)
- 'A Day Of Tigers'#6
- 'The Damnation Plague'
The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe (1983)
- 'N-P: From Namorita to Pyro'
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