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(Earth-3) (Pre-Crisis on Infinite Earths)
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Context The Crime Syndicate is an evil version of DC Comics’ Justice League of America, coming from a parallel Earth. They first appeared in 1964. There have been multiple versions of the Crime Syndicate over the various eras of DC Comics. This profile is about the 1964, pre-Crisis...

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The series (by Kate Leth (writage)  and Brittney Williams (drawage) ) was cute, funny, fresh, several shades of queer, and heartfelt. *And* it held for 17 issues. Which these days isn’t bad if you ask me, which you didn’t. Background Real Name: Ian Soo. Other...

(Part #2)
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History (continued) New Thunderbolts, part 1 Having trouble getting financial backing for the team, Jenkins was forced to accept money from Baron Strucker. Jenkins justified this as a means to an end, having no intention of allowing Strucker to get away with anything. Jenkins set his new team...

(Part #1)
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The late 1940s and the 1950s could be considered a golden age. But unlike with US comics it never winded down. Bande dessinée remains a thriving medium. Though as always the creators’ income can be meagre. Gil Jourdan Gil Jourdan wasn’t an A-list creation like Tintin,...

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If you’re not familiar with these painted comics, you should first check our “base camp” Nocturnals article. It explains the things. Background Real Name: N.A.. Other Aliases: “Bandit”. Raccoon uses “Procyon Cleanhands” as his...

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Context Julie Wood was the lead character in a series of French graphic novels, set in 1970s California. Its creators, the Graton family , are primarily known for their huge series of Michel Vaillant auto racing graphic novels. Unlike Michel Vaillant, teenage motorbike racer Julie Wood...

(Classic Alpha Flight) (part #2)
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Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); History (continued) Over the second half of the 1970s, Department H developed rapidly. It reached its full manpower with a full team (Alpha Flight), a training team (Beta Flight) and a set of recent recruits (Gamma...

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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 ...

(Disambiguation page)
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There are multiple characters named “Batgirl”, 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. Betty Kane The 1960s Bat-Girl. Note the...

(Richard Rider) (New Warriors+ era)
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He then got recycled in the New Warriors (see New Warriors (year one) team profile. At the peak of The New Warriors series’ popularity, Nova got his own series back. But it was canceled after 18 issues. By the turn of the century, Marvel revived The New Warriors, including Nova,...