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(Global Frequency)
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Context Ms. Lau was in the seventh issue of Global Frequency, “Detonation”. It was published in 2003. This entry has S P O I L E R S for everything in it. Global Frequency (written by Warren Ellis) only ran 12 issues from 2002-2004. But it remains one of my all-time...

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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 dessinée (comics) became...

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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 ...

(Global Frequency)
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Context John Stark was in the debut issue of Global Frequency, “Bombhead”. It was published in 2002. This entry has S P O I L E R S about both this, and #12. Global Frequency (written by Warren Ellis) only ran 12 issues from 2002-2004. But it remains one of my all-time...

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Context This profile is the continuation of the first Gil Jourdan character profile, and should be read after it. Having it all on a single page was unwieldy. This profile covers the basics about Gil’s companions. It then discusses Gil’s adventures collected in the third...

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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 ...

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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...

(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...