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(Baroness Ariane de Troil)
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History (continued) This section starts right where the previous one ended. Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Germain Grandpin Ms. de Troïl strong-armed the contrite Germain Grandpin into becoming her servant, lest she had him executed for his...

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G.I. Joe’s story focused on the ongoing struggle between the G.I Joe Team (a group made up of soldiers hand-picked from the four main branches of the U.S. Armed Forces) and the sinister Cobra organization (who were dedicated to world conquest). Despite the fact that he was introduced as...

(Edgar Bowman)
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Context “The Man Who was Death” appeared as the second story in The Crypt of Terror #17. It was the first all-horror book in a series that had been called Crime Patrol for the first 16 issues. It would later come to be renamed Tales from the Crypt. The first episode of the Tales from the...

(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 all-time favourites. This writeup should be read after the Miranda Zero character profile (wot explains the Global Frequency). Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle ||...

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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...

(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...

(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,...

(Wandering Star)
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Context The 1980s and most of the 1990s still had what I call “auteur comics”. It’s not micro-scale underground stuff (like, say, Cool Jerk and Homo Gal). Webcomics (like Digger or Finder) weren’t a thing yet, and Crumb -style comix had receded. It usually...

(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...