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(Part 1 - the 1980s)
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Beyond being a major supporting character created by a big name (John Byrne ), she’s one of the earliest lesbian characters at DC Comics. However, during the 1980s it couldn’t be plainly stated. So a fabulous flurry of fancy footwork was used to convey this personal...

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This profile assumes a passing familiarity with the Dragon Age fantasy setting, and the Inquisition. If that’s not your case, we have a handy, short primer to the Dragon Age world. You lucky devil. This profile has S P O I L E R S for both Dragon Age: Inquisition and Dragon Age:...

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Which is itself intended to be read after our primer to the Dragon Age milieu, unless you’re already an expert. Reading the first Alamen Tabris character profile can also help, this time with material about Elves in the DA setting. This has S P O I L E R S therein for Dragon Age: Knight...

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If you’re not familiar with the world of Dragon Age, you can first read our primer to Thedas, the Dragon Age setting. This character profile has S P O I L E R S for Dragon Age: Origins, Dragon Age II and Dragon Age: Knight Errant. Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle ||...

(Part #1)
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Our narration of the storyline stops as issue #2 ends, for brevity and to limit S P O I L E R S. However, the description of her abilities and of the milieu spans the entire run. So there are numerous S P O I L E R S on that front. The profile also includes some notes Christy Marx sent...

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Context This obscure Deadman character appeared in two storylines written by Mike Baron, in 1988 and 1992. Both were mostly illustrated by Kelley Jones. She’s a minor, benign occultist  in New Orleans. Background Real Name: Mabel Molly Grace Waxahachie. Note: A continuity error...

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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...

(Comic book version) (part #1)
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Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Barb Wire is sometimes assumed to be just one of the “bad girls” characters that were popular during that time, and often judged by her looks (especially with the P. Anderson association). Actually reading...

(Comic book version) (part #2)
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Context This article is part #2, wot *directly* follows part #1. Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); History (continued) Thanks to a lasting truce between the gangs, Steel Harbor became more peaceful. Barb seized this swell of cautious optimism, and...

(Part #1)
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Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Yoko and her world Of particular note is the heroine. Not only were female or non-White protagonists vanishingly rare in Franco-Belgian adventure comics of that time, Yoko is a pulpishly  super-competent adventurer...