Squadron Supreme v4 #13

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Squadron Supreme v4 #13

Post by DonCampbell » Wed Sep 06, 2017 1:44 am

crew of a S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier – BTS (none named)
Blur (Jeff Walters)
S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Jim Hammond (a.k.a. the original Human Torch)
other S.H.I.E.L.D. agents (none named)
Nighthawk (Kyle Richmond)

the past (during Squadron Supreme v4 #1)
Namor the Sub-Mariner – his contemporary self (killed by Hyperion) – also his post-death “essence” self
Hyperion (Mark Milton) – both his contemporary self and his older and intangible self from the future
Doctor Spectrum (Nenet) – both her contemporary self and her older and intangible self from the future
Attuma – his contemporary self (killed by Zarda)
Warrior Woman (posing as “Power Princess”) – her contemporary self
Atlantean warriors (none named) - their contemporary selves
Blur – his contemporary self
Nighthawk – his contemporary self
Atlanteans living in Atlantis – BTS (none named)

Note: In the part of this story that is set in the past, the events depicted in issue #1 occur as before, unaffected by the invisible/intangible Doctor Spectrum and Hyperion from the not-too-distant future. So, every character that is contemporary with those events shouldn't have this issue added to their chronologies. The only exceptions are the time-travelers and Namor himself, once Hyperion has killed him and his "essence" self appears to the time-travelers, with all three being able to see and hear (but not touch) each other.

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