Marvel Comics presents Captain Marvel, Vol. 1 Issue 14, titled "When a Galaxy Beckons." This Silver Age comic was originally published in June 1969 and was written by Gary Friedrich with cover art by Frank Springer, Vince Colletta, and John Romita. The story picks up from a cliffhanger in Issue 13, where after defeating the villain Man-Slayer at Cape Canaveral, Captain Marvel is held at gunpoint by the military, who suspect him of treason. While Captain Marvel is held, Carol Danvers tries to convince him to surrender, and Mar-Vell begins to realize he has feelings for Carol. Meanwhile, a villain called the Puppet Master has taken control of Tony Stark’s mind. While Stark is on a flight to Miami, the controls kick in, and Tony feels an uncontrollable urge to change into his Iron Man suit and jump out of the plane to find and kill Captain Marvel. Mar-Vell, however, puts up a good fight, and Puppet Master, able to watch from afar, gets frustrated that Iron Man can’t easily defeat Captain Marvel and breaks the puppet that controls Stark, freeing him from the spell. Captain Marvel manages to teleport to another dimension in the scuffle, freeing him from the military situation as well. When he enters deep space, he hears a voice in his mind. Mar-Vell is contacted by Zo, a rebel Kree who claims that he gave Mar-Vell his powers in exchange for Mar-Vell dealing with Yon-Rogg, a powerful Kree commander. Zarek commands Captain Marvel to teleport back to the Kree galaxy to await further commands, and the issue ends. The name Captain Marvel has belonged to different characters throughout comics history, and that history has shaped the character as created by Marvel. The first Captain Marvel appeared in a comic published by Fawcett Comics in 1940. In 1953 DC Comics sued Fawcett, claiming the character was too similar to Superman, and DC won the suit. In the late 1960s Marvel gained the trademark "Captain Marvel" and created Mar-Vell, a Kree alien who shunned Thanos and the other Kree to fight for Earth and protect it from all enemies. Another incarnation of Captain Marvel was created by Marvel in 2012, when Carol Danvers, then known as Ms. Marvel, assumed the title. Many of the recent issues in the series were written by Kelly Sue DeConnick and featured art by Joe Quinones and Scott Hepburn, including a five-part saga titled "The Enemy Within," which sees Danvers fight alongside the Avengers to save humanity no matter what it takes. Captain Marvel has been a significant piece of comics history for more than 70 years, and this issue, published under the editorial direction of Marvel legend Stan Lee, is a collector’s item.