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The parody is not entirely affectionate, as the text pieces and fictional letter. The Watchers are a race of fictional extraterrestrials appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics whose purpose is to watch over the multiverses of the series. This policy of total non-interference came into existence due to a former, well-meant attempt by the Watchers to bestow advanced knowledge on the Prosilicans, who used the nuclear technology gained to create weapons and destroy themselves.

When the Watchers returned to Prosilicus, the s.

See also: in comics, in comics, s in comics and the list of years in comics Publications: January - February - March - April - May - June - July - August - September - October - November - December Publications This literature-related list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it. January January 1: Jaxon's God Nose makes its debut. It's one of the earliest underground comix. Johnson's Einstein makes its debut. It will run until 13 February Publications, Inc. It will run until 3 July January The final issue of Hans G. Kresse's Eric de Noorman is published. The Avengers are a fictional team of superheroes appearing in limited series comic books published by Marvel Comics.

The team made its debut in The Avengers 1 cover-dated Sept. Ant-Man had become Giant-Man by issue 2. The original Captain America was discovered trapped in ice in issue 4, and joined the group after they revived him. A rotating roster became a hallmark of the series, although one theme remained consistent: the Avengers fight "the foes no single superhero can withstand. Gilbert Bogle and Mrs. The Camden railway line closes. Publications This literature-related list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it. The Danger Room is a fictional training facility[1] appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.

The facility is depicted as built for the X-Men as part of the various incarnations of the X-Mansion. Its primary purpose is to train the X-Men, initially using traps, projectile firing devices, flamethrowers, and mechanical dangers such as presses and collapsing walls. These were replaced by holographics, when the Danger Room was rebuilt using Shi'ar technology.

I thought it was great because we could always open with an act. Elasti-Girl also known as Elasti-Woman is a fictional comic book superheroine appearing in books published by DC Comics, primarily as a member of the Doom Patrol. Elasti-Girl has appeared in numerous cartoon television shows and films.

She is also a main cast member on its sister series, Doom Patrol. She first appeared in My Greatest Adventure 80 June According to Drake, the issue's co-writer Bob Haney was not brought on to the project until after Elasti-Girl was created. When Farr reco. The Avengers are a series of fictional superhero teams that have starred in The Avengers and related comic book series published by Marvel Comics. Over the years, the teams have featured a rotating lineup composed of numerous characters. Characters listed in bold are the members of the team as of Cover art for Avengers vol.

Original organization — Founders All of these members helped form the team in The Avengers 1 September 11, Current member of the main Avengers team.

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Mera is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. Created by Jack Miller and Nick Cardy, the character first appeared in Aquaman 11 September as a queen of the sea. Originally portrayed as a supporting character to her husband, the superhero Aquaman, modern writers have traditionally emphasised Mera's own superhuman physical strength and magical power to control water, portraying her as a powerful superhero in her own right.

Mera's storylines have also portrayed mental breakdown faced with crippling loss and explored her attempts at coping with lasting anger and rage. Harold "Happy" Hogan is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character is depicted usually as a supporting character in stories featuring Iron Man and is also the father of Teen Abomination. Fictional character biography A former boxer with a history of losing his fights, Hogan is hired by Tony Stark as his chauffeur and personal assistant after Happy saves Tony's life in Tales of Suspense 45 September The script was written by Leo Dorfman, with art by Curt Swan.

In the story, Superman is compelled to finish a list of unaccomplished goals, including the enlargement of the Bottle City of Kandor and eliminating crime and evil from Earth. In order to accomplish these goals, Superman invents a machine, powered by various types of kryptonite, that will increase his intelligence.

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The machine works, increasing Superman's intelligence a hundredfold, but with the unexpected side effect of splitting Superman into twin beings, one outfitted in an all-red Superman costume and the other in an all-blue version. The twins name themselves Superman-Red and Superman-Blue. Supergirl is introduced to Superman-Red and Superman-Blue. This page indexes the individual year in comics pages. Each year is annotated with significant events as reference points. The X-Mansion is the common name for a fictional mansion appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.

The mansion is depicted as the private estate of Charles Francis Xavier, a character in X-Men comics. It serves as the base of operations and training site of the X-Men. It is also the location of an accredited private school for mutant children, teenagers, and sometimes older aged mutants, the Xavier Institute for Higher Learning, formerly the Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters.

In every incarnation, Magnus is a human who battles rogue robots in the year , though some aspects of the concept have varied with each publisher. Premise By the year , humanity has become dependent on robots. H8, the Pol-Rob [Robot Police] chief of the civic sector of North Am, a continent-spanning mega-city, is damaged in a radiation accident.

It seeks to promote the human dependency on robots and gradually impose totalitarian rule in the area under its control. Magnus was raised by a robot known as 1A, a name which implies that he is the very first robot of his type ever manufactured. In American comic books published by Marvel Comics, a mutant is a human being that possesses a genetic trait called the X-gene. It causes the mutant to develop superhuman powers that manifest at puberty. Human mutants are sometimes referred to as a human subspecies Homo sapiens superior, or simply Homo superior.

Mutants are the evolutionary progeny of Homo sapiens, and are generally assumed to be the next stage in human evolution. The accuracy of this is the subject of much debate in the Marvel Universe. Unlike Marvel's mutates, which are characters who develop their powers only after exposure to outside stimuli or energies such as the Hulk, Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four, and Absorbing Man , mutants have actual genetic mutations.

Background A March story in Amazing Detective Cases 11 called "The Weird Woman" tells of a woman describing herself as a mutant who seeks a similarly superhuman mate. Frigga is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character appears in particular in those featuring the superhero Thor, who is Frigga's stepson. Romance comics is a comics genre depicting strong and close romantic love and its attendant complications such as jealousy, marriage, divorce, betrayal, and heartache.

The term is generally associated with an American comic books genre published through the first three decades of the Cold War — Romance comics of the period typically featured dramatic scripts about the love lives of older high school teens and young adults, with accompanying artwork depicting an urban or rural America contemporaneous with publication. Influenced by the pulps, radio soap operas, newspaper comic strips such as Mary Worth, and adult confession magazines, Joe Simon and Jack Kirby created the flagship romance comic book Young Romance and launched it in to resounding success.

By the early s, dozens of romance titles from major comics publishers were on. In American comic books and other stories with a long history, first appearance refers to the first issue to feature a fictional character. These issues are often highly valued by collectors due to their rarity and iconic status. Reader interest in first appearances Collectors value first appearances for their rarity and historical value, while many regular readers are interested in viewing how their favorite characters were originally portrayed.

Reprints of first appearances are often published, both as single comic books and in trade paperbacks, usually with other early appearances of the character. Marvel Comics' "Essential" line has become popular by giving readers an affordable glimpse into characters' early history. Modern writers prefer to tell a character's origin across an entire story arc or keep a newly introduced character myste. Josie and the Pussycats initially published as She's Josie and Josie is a teen-humor comic book about a fictional rock band, created by Dan DeCarlo and published by Archie Comics.

It was published from until ; since then, one-shot issues have appeared on an irregular basis. A second series, set in the New Riverdale universe, launched in September The series was adapted into a Saturday morning cartoon by Hanna-Barbera Productions in and a live-action motion picture by Universal Studios and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in Two albums were recorded under the name Josie and the Pussycats: one as the soundtrack for the cartoon series, the other as the soundtrack for the film.

The band also appears in the drama series Riverdale on The CW. In ,. Jean Grey-Summers is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Jean is a member of a subspecies of humans known as mutants, who are born with superhuman abilities. She was born with telepathic and telekinetic powers. Her powers first manifested when she saw her childhood friend being hit by a car. She is a caring, nurturing figure, but she also has to deal with being an Omega-level mutant and the physical manifestation of the cosmic Phoenix Force.

She has faced death numerous times in the history of the series. This transformation led to her second death. The Cloak of Levitation is a fictional item appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The Cloak of Levitation is depicted as a potent mystical cloak worn by the superhero Doctor Strange. The item has been referred to as a "relic" in the live-action movie Doctor Strange The primary purpose of the cloak is to give its wearer the ability to levitate and fly.

The first appearance of the first blue cloak was in Strange Tales November The first appearance of the second red cloak was in Strange Tales December The original design of the red Cloak of Levitation has been modified slightly by different artists since its creation; this includes the 'horns' around the collar. Odin is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character is first mentioned in Journey into Mystery 85 Oct. He is the father of Thor and former king of Asgard.

Fictional character biography According to Norse mythology, Odin is the son of Bor father, one of the first Asgardians and Bestla mother, a frost giantess , and the full brother of Vili and Ve. With the aid of his brothers, a young Odin defeats the fire demon Surtur;[1] later. Zook is a fictional character that appeared in comic books published by National Periodical Publications now known as DC Comics in the s. Fictional character biography Zook was one of four beings from "a parallel world in another dimension" whose first recorded appearance on Earth was on Jade Island a fictional island.

They arrived on Earth via a spacewarp that was accidentally opened by a scientist from their world. Of the four alien beings, two were criminals names of both unrevealed , a third was R'ell, who chose to pursue the criminals, and the fourth, who snuck through the space warp after R'ell, was a Zook, a different type of being from the other three, whom R'ell called "a mischievous little animal". Upon their arrival on Jade Island, the two alien crimin. A British comic is a periodical published in the United Kingdom that contains comic strips.

It is generally referred to as a comic or a comic magazine, and historically as a comic paper. British comics are usually comics anthologies which are typically aimed at children, and are published weekly, although some are also published on a fortnightly or monthly schedule. By the weekly circulation of both reached two million. Uatu , often simply known as The Watcher, is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. He is a member of the Watchers, an extraterrestrial species who in the distant past stationed themselves across space to monitor the activities of other species.

Uatu is the Watcher assigned to observe Earth and its solar system. The character has been adapted into other media, such as video games, toys, and television. Publication history Uatu on the cover of Fantastic Four 48 March Art by Jack Kirby and Joe Sinnott. The character first appeared without a name in Fantastic Four 13 Apr , and periodically reappeared in that title.

He then starred in "Tales of the Watcher", a backup feature that ran in Tales of Suspense Jan The Avengers is the name of several comic book titles featuring the team the Avengers and published by Marvel Comics, beginning with the original The Avengers comic book series which debuted in Publication history In , DC Comics launched a comic book series featuring a team of superheroes called the Justice League.

Impressed by that book's strong sales, Martin Goodman, the owner of Marvel Comics predecessor Timely Comics, asked Stan Lee to create a title featuring a similar team of superheroes for Marvel. It was a book called The [sic] Justice League of America and it was composed of a team of superheroes. He rose through the ranks of a family-run business to become Marvel Comics' primary creative leader for two decades, leading its expansion from a small division of a publishing house to a multimedia corporation that dominated the comics industry.

In doing so, he pioneered a more naturalistic approach to writing superhero comics in the s, and in the s he challenged the restrictions of the Comics Code Authority, indirectly leading to changes in its policies. In the s he pursued development of Marvel properties in other media, with mixed results. The X-Men are a team of fictional superheroes appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Most of the X-Men are mutants, a subspecies of humans who are born with superhuman abilities activated by the "X-Gene".

The X-Men fight for peace and equality between normal humans and mutants in a world where anti-mutant bigotry is fierce and widespread. They are led by Charles Xavier, also known as Professor X, a powerful mutant telepath who can control and read minds. Their archenemy is Magneto, a powerful mutant with the ability to manipulate and control magnetic fields who leads the Brotherhood of Mutants. Both have opposing views and philosophies regarding the relationship between mutants and humans.

While the former works. The Chief Dr. According to Drake, the issue's co-writer Bob Haney was not brought on to the project until after the Chief was created. Niles Caulder is a paraplegic with a genius-level intellect. Caulder uses his scientific knowledge to develop numerous inventions and innovations that have made him wealthy.

Caulder founded and organized. During this time, modern comic books were first published and rapidly increased in popularity. The superhero archetype was created and many well-known characters were introduced, including Superman, Batman, Captain Marvel, Captain America, and Wonder Woman. Superman's popularity helped make comic books a major arm of publishing,[4] which led rival companies to create superheroes of their own to emulate Superman's success.

Cover art by C. For decades, the character rarely appeared in comic books, as Batman stories returned to darker themes. A modern revival of the character in the pages of Green Arrow many years later depicted a Catman down on his luck, clinging to past glories, overweight, and pathetic. In however, the character was rehabilitated by writer Gail Simone, depicting Blake as having picked himself up from the gutter, restoring his physical fitness and gaining a new sense of purpose and dignity while living with lions in Africa.

Stories since then have depicted him as an attractive and capable antihero, and the highly capable leader of the mercenary team Secret Six. Publication history Catman first appeared in Detective Comics Jan. DC Comics logo American comic book publishing company DC Comics has introduced many characters throughout its history, including numerous minor characters.

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