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(Laslo Pevely)
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Context The Terror is a relatively obscure Golden Age , who appeared in 1941-42. He was in Mystic Comics by Timely Publication, the predecessor of Marvel Comics. The Terror made a comeback in The Sensational She-Hulk in 1990, but it didn’t quite fit in… anything. So this...

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Which itself is meant to be read after our primer to Thedas (the Dragon Age setting), which explains all sorts of useful things in a compact manner. There has S P O I L E R S therein for Dragon Age: Inquisition and Dragon Age: Magekiller. Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle ||...

(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...

(Part #1)
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Sequencing This be a long article, so to facilitate reading it now comes into three parts: Xena warrior princess part #1 – Basics and early adventures. Xena warrior princess part #2 – The story continues. Xena warrior princess part #3 – Notes and stats and more notes. ...

(Part #2)
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Context This long article is now presented in three parts, so it’s easier to read if you lack time. Obvs it should be read in order, namely: Xena warrior princess part #1 – Basics and early adventures. Xena warrior princess part #2 – The story continues. Xena warrior...

(Part #3)
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The subtext that became main text After the fact, I tried to go back and work this into the main history but it was difficult to give it the justice it deserved as an addition to chronicling the adventures. I chose an episodic or linear approach to the “History” and that may or...

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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...