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DC Comics What is now called DC Comics started out as National Allied Publications. It was founded by Malcolm Wheeler-Nicholson in 1934. The first “comic” published was New Fun: The Big Comic Magazine in 1935. The company was quickly known as DC Comics even though that...

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There are more entries about secondary characters – just click on the “Valerian” category above. You *did* see the category breadcrumbs at the beginning of every profile, right ? History, part 1 Brooklyn Line, terminus Cosmos Laureline’s investigation led her to...

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I of the tiger There are multiple Marvel Comics characters named “White Tiger”, and I guess it can be confusing to people who aren’t experts. So here’s an orientation (Wikipedia would say “disambiguation”) page for your convenience. Hector Ayala from the...

(a.k.a. the "Marvel tons")
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The basics The “class” system appeared during the 1980s as the invaluable Official Handbooks to the Marvel Universe  were being put together. The goal was to clearly express the strength level of superhuman characters. The basic concept is straightforward – “Class...

(Michelinie's aborted 1970s cosmology)
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Behold the realm of the fifteen worlds — seven of light and seven of darkness, and one world hanging precariously in the balance. The place where the real and the world of dream fuse and become the one — the world of Claw the Unconquered ! Context During the mid-1970s, DC...

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The stories are centred around Fabletown, one of the largest communities of fables folks. This profile serves as a “base camp” article, to prevent repetition of information throughout the individual character profiles for the Fables. It contains S P O I L E R S for the storylines.

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This is the planet Krypton pre-Crisis on Infinite Earths, published as the colour feature in the back of Amazing World of Superman Metropolis Edition (1973). The “Old World” hemisphere of Krypton. The “New World” hemisphere of Krypton. Published on the 7th of December,...

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Heights and weights in sourcebooks seem to all stem from the grand-daddy of super-heroes handbooks, the Official Handbook to the Marvel Universe (OHOTMU), back in 1982 – even when done by other publishers. They form a mostly coherent system, and our estimates are usually coherent within...

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In the 1950s and 1960s apparently the idea was to change nothing, so that a reader would always know what to expect. Lois Lane would always be trying to prove that Superman and Clark Kent were one and the same, for example. If Lois proved this in a given story, something would always happen to...

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Context The Sorcerer Supreme is a powerful magician protecting the Marvel Universe (or maybe just Earth-616 , it has not always been clear) against mystical threats. In modern times, the position has generally been filled by Doctor Strange. In 2007, a sourcebook called the Marvel Tarot...