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Context Lysandra appeared in two consecutive back-of-the-book features in 1983 issues of Green Lantern. These were part of the “Tales of the Green Lanterns” short stories. It was a typical 1970s sci-fi short story. Think old Star Trek episodes. Background Real Name:...

(Global Frequency)
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Global Frequency (written by Warren Ellis) only ran 12 issues from 2002-2004. But it remains one of my favourites. Essentially, it’s X-Files done as short, high-tempo action thrillers depicting last-resort, high-competence efforts to deal with strange threats. Though we don’t...

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Context This character appears in one of the stories in Batman Vol. 1 #39 (1947). It references Dumas , but it’s an entirely separate story. Powers & Abilities This solid iron mask covers the entire head and neck, plus parts of the shoulders. In this story, a key use is to...

(Atlas Comics)
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Context Atlas Comics was the successor company 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...

(Pre-Crisis Earth-3)
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Context Before reading this profile, be sure to peruse : First, the Ages of DC Comics article. Unless you’re well familiar with all the Crisis and alternate Earths stuff. Second, our “base camp” profile for the pre-Crisis Earth-3 Crime Syndicate of America. It...

(G.I. Joe)
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Context G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero was a comic book and cartoon series based off of Hasbro’s 1980’s military action figure toyline. While both series covered the same characters and concepts, they had vastly different continuities. The cartoon’s stories were far...

(Jason Rogers)
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Context The Monster faced the Justice Society of America in 1944. In many ways he was just a Jekyll/Hyde variant, but he had a memorable je ne sais quoi. Plus, it’s not like there were that many JSA villains during the war. All-Star Comics was quarterly for much of its existence,...

(Team profile #2 - Year One, part #2)
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Sequencing To avoid a demon-bear-sized text, this article is presented in episodes. These go : The New Mutants – Year one, part #1. The New Mutants – Year one, part #2. The New Mutants – The rest of the 1980s. History (continued) This starts *right* where the...

(Global Frequency)
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Context Lana Kennedy was the main character in the third issue of Global Frequency, “Invasive”. It was published in 2003. This entry has S P O I L E R S about it. Global Frequency (written by Warren Ellis) only ran 12 issues from 2002-2004. But it remains one of my...

(Stephanie Brown) (Part 2)
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Description Stephanie is exceptionally fit, and her lean build leaves room for very little body fat. But her occasional grumbles about not having enough of a chest can only make sense in a world of super-heroines with amazing busts. The Batgirl suit includes a lavender body stocking worn...