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Context Atlas Comics was the successor brand of Timely Comics, and the predecessor of Marvel Comics. It was active during the 1950s, back when super-hero comics were in a slump. It was the interregnum era, between the Golden Age  and the Silver Age . Astonishing was one of...

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Background Real Name: Emmanuelle Chekhov. Marital Status: Presumably single. Known Relatives: None. Group Affiliation: Romanov military. Base of Operations: XXVIIth century Earth. Height: 5’5″ Weight: 125 lbs Eyes: Brown (occasionally red). Hair: Champagne blonde. Other...

(Late 1950s)
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It’s a sports comics, about racing motorcars. So it goes “vroom” a lot. I think there was an obscure English translation once, but otherwise everything’s in French or Dutch. I’m not going to cover the whole of the material, obvs. Instead, this profile...

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Context This profile is 100.4% intended to be read right after our Luc Orient character profile, wherein everything gets explained. Powers & Abilities Miss Lora Lora Jordan is a lab technician and a nurse. She’s also in excellent shape and health. Though she’s perpetually...

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Thus, when people wanted to tell such stories again, they drew from Anglophone material. Of particular influence were strips such as Flash Gordon  (Alex Raymond’s strip, published in the US from 1934 onward) or his contemporary Brick Bradford . Bande dessinĂ©e (comics) became...

(Global Frequency)
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Context Ms. Patel appears in one Global Frequency story, “The Run”. That was issue #6 but, heh, just get the TPB. Global Frequency was brilliant. This entry has S P O I L E R S about this story. For more context, see our Miranda Zero character profile. Advertisement ...

(Hostess adverts)
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Context During the 1970s, confectioner and cakes maker Hostess advertised in major comic books. The advertisements were full-page comics starring Marvel and DC Comics characters (and Hostess products). These comics were nonsensical and a parody of the most absurd aspects of Silver Age ...

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Context Cybersix is a voluminous Argentine B&W comic book saga. It is written by Carlos Trillo, illustrated by Carlos Meglia, and started in Carlos 1992. It was originally published as a fumetti (Italian comics), but soon saw a translation in its native Spanish, then in French. IIRC...

(Part #1)
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Dancy is a juvenile vagrant and a killer. She’s adamant that she’s is doing the Lord’s work, can see angels, and that her victims were monsters in disguise. She seems at least partially right. This profile discusses the setting as well as Dancy herself. There are big S P...

(Part #2)
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Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); History (continued) Let that fever make the water rise (part 2) Left with nothing but her angel, the young woman set fire to the cabin and left. Inspecting the wreckage, the police concluded that Julia had...