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SHADOWLINE SAGA!

Post by Col_Fury » Sat Mar 26, 2016 11:31 pm

The Shadowline Saga books were published by Marvel’s Epic imprint, starting with Doctor Zero, then Power Line a month later, then St. George a month after that. All were bi-monthly and lasted only eight issues, cancelled due to poor sales. A Shadowline Saga: Critical Mass (a seven issue prestige format mini, originally intended to be a crossover between the three books) took everything’s place on the schedule and wrapped it all up.

About two years later, Shreck popped up in the Marvel Universe as Terror, and even got his own book (remember Terror Inc.?). D.G. Chichester (Shreck’s co-creator and Terror Inc. writer) and the handbooks confirm this is the same character and not alternate versions of each other.

More recently, alternate versions of Doctor Zero and some St. George knights appeared in the Secret Wars mini Squadron Sinister. Neat!

I haven’t read any Shadowline stuff yet, but I’m looking forward to it!

Some random stuff first:

MARVEL AGE ANNUAL #4 (4ᵗʰ story) (1988)
By Margaret Clark, D.G. Chichester & Denys Cowan

APPEARANCES:
Doctor Zero, an assassin, a dictator, Victor & Lenore (Power Line), Michael Devlin (becomes a St. George knight)

SYNOPSIS:
Doctor Zero secretly arranges for a foreign dictator to be assassinated. Afterward, he calms people down and stops rioting; the news reports that free elections will hopefully begin soon. Elsewhere, Power Line helps people trapped by a rockslide. Elsewhere, Michael Devlin is introduced to the order of St. George and puts on some armor.

NOTE:
Published the same month as Doctor Zero #3, between Power Line #2-3 and the same month as St. George #2. Doctor Zero is already a known hero and Power Line doesn’t seem to have met him yet. This seems to be the first time Devlin is a St. George knight. We’ll see how all this lines up…

TERROR INC. #13 (July 1993)
By D.G. Chichester & Richard Pace

APPEARANCES:
Shreck (in fb), a monster (in fb), a lady (in fb), others (already in MCP)

FLASHBACK (pages 18&19, panels 5-6 (of 10)):
Centuries ago, Shreck battles a monster with spikes on his face. The monster somehow gave Shreck the ability to replace his body parts with others’ (whether they’re human or animal), and the spikes ended up on his face. At some point he began wearing armor to disguise his appearance, and met a lady who fought things alongside him.

Up next (soon-ish): Doctor Zero #1-8!
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Re: SHADOWLINE SAGA!

Post by Somebody » Sun Mar 27, 2016 1:03 am

Col_Fury wrote:About two years later, Shreck popped up in the Marvel Universe as Terror, and even got his own book (remember Terror Inc.?).
He's currently appearing in Deadpool (and related titles).

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Re: SHADOWLINE SAGA!

Post by Col_Fury » Tue Mar 29, 2016 3:42 am

Cool!

DOCTOR ZERO #1 (April 1988)
By D.G. Chichester, Margaret Clark, Denys Cowan & Bill Sienkiewicz

APPEARANCES:
Doctor Zero, Ronald Reagan, Nancy Reagan, Dan Rather (voice only), Muammar Gaddafi (bts), Adm. Richard Bassinger, Kara Janisery (a St. George knight), Sheila, Power Line (Lenore, Victor, Ripley)

SYNOPSIS:
The guy who will be Doctor Zero uses telepathy to suggest to Ronald Reagan that America attack Libya. After the attack, the guy who will be Doctor Zero uses telepathy to get a research firm to find out what will be fashionable (so he can use it for his costume), then makes them forget they did. Libyan terrorists attack New York City as a response to America’s attack on Libya. Doctor Zero makes a public appearance and stops them. Doctor Zero then engineers at missile attack on the US President, then publicly stops the attack. A St. George knight attacks Doctor Zero in South America, so he kills her then spies on Power Line.

NOTE:
There’s a Ken Wind political poster on the street in this issue. Ken Wind was the guy elected president in the Elektra: Assassin mini. Neat!

DOCTOR ZERO #2 (June 1988)
By D.G. Chichester, Margaret Clark, Denys Cowan & Bill Sienkiewicz

APPEARANCES:
Doctor Zero, Prof. Henry Clerk, Michael Crimpton (CIA agent, dies), Gregor Gerasimov (Doctor Zero’s friend), Adam Neushuk, Ben Welles (two reporters)

SYNOPSIS:
Doctor Zero saves some people from a fire (that he had set) in Chicago, then starts researching nuclear weapons expert Prof. Henry Clerk. Meanwhile, reporters ae tipped off that Doctor Zero may be up to no good. Prof. Clerk researches Doctor Zero, decides he could be seen as a threat Doctor Zero might want to eliminate and comes up with countermeasures. Doctor Zero confronts him, but Clerk defeats him and buries him in the arctic. Then, Clerk reveals him plan to ignite the atmosphere and kill everything on Earth.

NOTE:
Doctor Zero mentions the last time he started a fire in Chicago he used Mrs. O’Leary’s cow to do it.

Doctor Zero’s been publicly active for a few months by this point. This issue continues into the next, and things follow fairly quickly on after that until the last issue. It looks like M/AGE@ 4/4 happens between issues #1-2.

DOCTOR ZERO #3 (August 1988)
By D.G. Chichester, Margaret Clark, Denys Cowan & Bill Sienkiewicz

APPEARANCES:
Doctor Zero, Prof. Henry Clerk (also in fb) & his mom (in fb), Adam Neushuk (also in fb), Ben Welles, Kara Janisery (in fb), Sheila, Capt. Paul Obsitnik, Johnny Sheehan (named in Critical Mass #3)

FLASHBACKS:
Young Henry Clerk tries to send his cat Snowball into space but ends up killing him (decades ago). Adam Neushuk and Kara Janisery date (three years ago).
SYNOPSIS:
Doctor Zero is rescued by dolphins, then stops Clerk from igniting the atmosphere. Clerk suffers brain damage during Doctor Zero’s attack and ends up selling hot dogs at a convenience store. Meanwhile, two reporters look into Kara Janisery’s disappearance.

DOCTOR ZERO #4 (October 1988)
By D.G. Chichester, Margaret Clark, Denys Cowan & Bill Sienkiewicz

APPEARANCES:
Doctor Zero, Sheila, Cpl. Anubich, Col. Gregor Gerasimov, Adam Neushuk, Ben Welles, others (the only named ones die)

SYNOPSIS:
A Russian scientist works on biological weapons as an alternative to nuclear weapons. Doctor Zero hears about it, teams up with his pal Gregor and stops a virus. Meanwhile, the two reporters research the order of St. George while looking for Kara.

DOCTOR ZERO #5 (December 1988)
By D.G. Chichester, Margaret Clark, Brett Ewins & Steve Dillon

APPEARANCES:
Doctor Zero, Maj. Preecit, Donald Gaffney, Retler, Col. Thessder, Dr. Wozniak, Gen. John Edward Getzer, Ms. Decoser, Cpl. John Sakkerfes, Marid, Shreck (hey, it's him!)

SYNOPSIS:
The American military decide that Doctor Zero is a potential threat, so they assign the Military Response and Covert Techniques Squadron (the “Merchants”) to find a way to defeat him. Meanwhile, a computer virus is fudging up things for a missile launch; turns out it’s Marid, someone who has powers similar to Doctor Zero, trying to get off the planet. Meanwhile, Shreck tells Doctor Zero that St. George’s new knight (Kara’s replacement) is Michael Devlin. Doctor Zero and Shreck stop Marid, and slow down weapons research for the US as a bonus.

DOCTOR ZERO #6 (February 1989)
By D.G. Chichester, Margaret Clark & Dan Spiegle

APPEARANCES:
Maj. Preecit, Gen. Franklin Retler (also in fb), Father Abbot (in fb), Donald Gaffney, Doctor Zero, Sheila, Tony Milano

FLASHBACK:
Gen. Retler meets Father Abbot
SYNOPSIS:
The Merchants set a trap for Doctor Zero in a submarine. After chatting with Shiela about dolphins, Doctor Zero checks out the submarine. He tries to escape with the help of dolphins and whales, but is captured by the American military.

DOCTOR ZERO #7 (April 1989)
By D.G. Chichester, Margaret Clark & Dan Spiegle

APPEARANCES:
Adam Neushuk, Ben Welles, Atropos, Donald Gaffney, Marvins (dies), Gen. Retler, Maj. Preecit, Doctor Zero (also in fb)

FLASHBACK:
Billions of years ago when the Earth was new, the being that will be Doctor Zero is formed.
SYNOPSIS:
The Merchants runs tests on the captive Doctor Zero to see how he does what he does. When Maj. Preecit gets impatient she moves things along faster than is safe, and Doctor Zero takes the opportunity to re-charge himself and break free. Preecit tries to escape, but Doctor Zero kills her.

NOTE:
At least six weeks pass during this issue.

DOCTOR ZERO #8 (June 1989)
By Chuck Dixon, Gary Kwapisz & Don Hudson

APPEARANCES:
Bryn Hengist (“Brian,” also in fb), Doctor Zero (also in fb)

FLASHBACK:
When Whales was still called Wessex, Doctor Zero defeats Bryn Hengist and damages his mind, so that he won’t organize his people.
SYNOPSIS:
Brian reads some minds while working at the newsstand, but is bothered by strange memories. Doctor Zero recuperates and checks in on his business holdings, then runs into Brian on the street and recognizes him. Brian’s memory returns as do his powers, and he attacks Doctor Zero. Doctor Zero defeats him, drains his power and kills Brian.

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POWER LINE #1 (May 1988)
By D.G. Chichester, Margaret Clark, David Ross & Bob McLeod

APPEARANCES:
Victor Guillermos, Lenore Castle, Ripley “the Ripper” Weaver (all also in fb), Michael Guillermos, Christina Guillermos, Barbara Guillermos, Tyler Ravenscore, Doctor Zero, “Mangler” Mike, Elizabeth Castle, Eric Ravenscore, Gordon Castle (all in fb), Michael Devlin

FLASHBACK:
The Guillermos are attacked by the Ravenscores; everyone is killed except Victor, who escapes. He joins up with his famous wrestler uncle the Ripper (Ripley Weaver) and lives with him for two years. When Doctor Zero makes his public debut, Ripley knows he’s up to no good and wants another Shadow Dweller to be a counterpoint to Doctor Zero. They travel to the Ravenscores to find someone. Meanwhile, Lenore Castle is encouraged to date Eric Ravescore, son of Tyler Ravescore (the guy who murdered the Guillermos’). Everyone meets at a Ravenscore party, Ripley has no luck, Eric is pissed when Lenore shows interest in Victor and a fight breaks out. Ripley loses a hand.
SYNOPSIS:
Victor, Lenore and Ripley escape from the battle and slowly make their way into America. They stop in a soup kitchen and meet Michael Devlin before continuing their journey to California.

NOTE:
These characters appear in Doctor Zero #1, still in South America. They don’t get together until this issue, and leave South America during this issue, so Doctor Zero #1 has to happen during this issue.

M/AGE@ 4/4 has to happen at least after the present day portion of this issue because of Michael Devlin’s appearance (assuming he’s no longer a priest once he becomes a St. George knight).

POWER LINE #2 (July 1988)
By D.G. Chichester, Margaret Clark, David Ross & Al Williamson

APPEARANCES:
Tyler Ravenscore, Dirk Ravenscore, Gordon Castle, Victor Guillermos, Lenore Castle, Ripley Weaver, Elizabeth Castle, Bertha, Pat Sajak (voice only), Vanna White, Tanis Krimpsh (reporter)

SYNOPSIS:
Dirk Ravenscore kills Tyler Ravenscore and Lenore’s dad, then turns Lenore’s mom into a monster over the phone. Meanwhile, the trio make their way across America and meet up with Ripley’s friend Bertha, who makes the kid costumes. As they travel further across the country they help some people trapped by a washed-out bridge. When they get to California they find Lenore’s mom, who dies.

POWER LINE #3 (September 1988)
By D.G. Chichester, Margaret Clark, David Ross & Terry Austin

APPEARANCES:
Victor Guillermos, Lenore Castle (also in fb), Ripley Weaver, Yaisa, Doctor Zero (in fb), Gary “Long Green” Grant, Donald Hudson, Barnabbas, Father Abbot (bts)

FLASHBACK:
Lenore meets (the future) Doctor Zero in Germany.
SYNOPSIS:
Ripley takes the kids to a friend where Lenore recovers from the shock of seeing her mom die. Ripley then talks with a wrestling promoter to set up a press conference to introducer the kids as heroes to the world. They hear about a plane in trouble, so the kids go save it. Later, Ripley meets with Barnabbas of the order of St. George, who gives Ripley some information before leaving for an appointment.

NOTE:
Ripley reveals he used to be with the order of St. George.

POWER LINE #4 (November 1988)
By D.G. Chichester, Margaret Clark, David Ross, Al Gordon & Gray Morrow

APPEARANCES:
Victor Guillermos, Lenore Castle, Ripley Weaver, Gary “Long Green” Grant, Bertha (bts), Captain Lou Albano (bts), Donald Hudson, Mr. Skigger, Mr. Lenard, Mr. Nagas, Ballard, Bets, Petey, Toothface (a bunch of little monsters)

SYNOPSIS:
Power Line starts making public appearances and getting famous. They’re contacted by Donald Hudson, who thanks them for saving him when the pane he was in was crashing, offers to pay their bills, then reveals assassins are after him because he’s going to patent holograms. When the assassins attack, Ripley kills one of them, which upsets Victor. Elsewhere, little monsters kill a truck driver.

NOTE:
#2 continues directly into #3, then the kids’ costumes are damaged in #3. New costumes start getting made in #4, so it looks like M/AGE@ 4/4 happens during #2 (between pages 23-24 of 28).

POWER LINE #5 (January 1989)
By D.G. Chichester, Margaret Clark & Gray Morrow

APPEARANCES:
Ripley Weaver, Jesse Ventura (voice only), Vince McMahon (voice only), Victor Guillermos, Lenore Castle, Yaisa, Gordon Castle (in fb), Tyler Ravenscore (in fb), Carol Folly, Toothface (also in fb), Bertha (bts)

FLASHBACK:
Gordon Castle trains Tyler Ravenscore (recently). Toothface grows up in various foster homes (a while ago).
SYNOPSIS:
Power Line passes up appearing at a wresting event, but save some spectators from a mugging afterward. Victor is tired of being a hero and Lenore now likes it, a reversal of where they were before Ripley killed that guy last issue. Meanwhile, Toothface is still killing Shadows, so Power Line is called in to do something about it.

POWER LINE #6 (March 1989)
By D.G. Chichester, Margaret Clark & Gray Morrow

APPEARANCES:
Victor Guillermos, Lenore Castle, Ripley Weaver, Toothface (Buddy, also in fb), Yaisa

FLASHBACK:
Toothface’s parents are killed in a car accident.
SYNOPSIS:
Power Line finds Toothface and discovers he’s just a scared kid. They stop the townspeople from killing him, then decide to head back to South America and confront the Ravenscores.

POWER LINE #7 (May 1989)
By D.G. Chichester, Margaret Clark & Gray Morrow

APPEARANCES:
“Mangler” Mike, Victor Guillermos, Lenore Castle, Ripley Weaver, Gen. Retler (bts), Merchants agents (Banan & a Col.), a sea monster

SYNOPSIS:
Power Line gets on a boat to head back to Venezuela. Gen. Retler has sent some of his agents to look into Power Line, so they secretly get on the boat also, but they’re killed by a sea monster. Power Line defeats the sea monster and start a romance.

POWER LINE #8 (July 1989)
By Howard Mackie, Mike Manley & Al Williamson

APPEARANCES:
Victor Guillermos, Lenore Castle, Ripley Weaver, “Mangler” Mike

SYNOPSIS:
Power Line arrives at Venezuela, but the boat is attacked by pirates. Power Line eventually defeats the pirates and prepares to go after the Ravenscores.

Up next (soon-ish): St. George #1-8!
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ST. GEORGE #1 (June 1988)
By D.G. Chichester, Margaret Clark & Klaus Janson

APPEARANCES:
Knight (Father Michael Devlin, also in fb), Father Gerald J. Carew, Father Barnabbas, Brother Angus, Father Abbot, Tony Figaoro (bts), Contras (in fb), Merchants agents (in fb)

FLASHBACK:
Five years ago, priest Michael Devlin is in Nicaragua and is attacked by Contras; he has to kill to survive.
SYNOPSIS:
Priest Michael Devlin feels oppressed by the church’s bureaucracy, and struggles to deal with feelings of wanting to punish evildoers. He’s approached by Father Barnabbas, who offers him a chance to be the new knight of the order of St. George, and he accepts. He’s trained by Father Abbot in Greece, but when he overhears Abbot saying Devlin’s not the right choice, he steals the knight armor and leaves to rescue his friend Tony, who’s been captured by terrorists.

NOTE:
The recent fire in Chicago is mentioned here, so this is after Doctor Zero #2, so it’s looking like M/AGE@ 4/4 has to be during Doctor Zero #2 (during page 4 of 28, between panels 1-2), instead of before it.

Devlin is introduced to the order of St. George here and puts on the armor, so M/AGE@ 4/4 happens during this issue (between pages 21-22 of 28).

Barnabbas appears here for the appointment he said he had in Power Line #3, so this is after Power Line #3. And since M/AGE@ 4/4 happens during this issue after Barnabbas meets Devlin, then M/AGE@ 4/4 has to be after Power Line #3 as well. We’ll have to ignore the damaged suits thing, and just assume they’re working on new outfits.

ST. GEORGE #2 (August 1988)
By D.G. Chichester, Margaret Clark & Klaus Janson

APPEARANCES:
Knight (former Father Michael Devlin), Shreck (hey!), Dirk Ravenscore (bts), Tony Figaoro, Father Barnabbas, Doctor Zero (before he was Doctor Zero, in fb), a Knight (in fb)

FLASHBACK:
A knight of St. George battles (the future) Doctor Zero.
SYNOPSIS:
Devlin rescues Tony (a neighborhood kid) from terrorists, who turn out to be working for the Ravenscores. Shreck is sent to get Devlin, but he manages to escape. Shreck becomes angry: this is no longer business, now it’s personal! Meanwhile, Devlin has a crisis of faith.

NOTE:
Shreck uses Ripley’s severed hand here, so this is after Power Line #1 (where Ripley loses his hand).

ST. GEORGE #3 (October 1988)
By D.G. Chichester, Margaret Clark & Klaus Janson

APPEARANCES:
Brother Angus, Abbot, Barnabbas, Knight (Michael Patrick Devlin, also in fb), Patty Richardson, Mike Devlin (in fb), Mary Devlin (also in fb), Lorri Nimyeur, Mr. Lenard, Mr. Skigger

FLASHBACK:
Michael Devlin grows up in his home town.
SYNOPSIS:
Michael Devlin hitchhikes to his home town to visit his mother and meets a reporter, Patty Richardson on the way. He finds his home town has fallen on hard times and tries to convince a land developer to re-pen a factory instead of turning the place into a shopping mall. The developer has been influenced by Shadows, who send assassins after Michael. When he reveals he’s the new Knight of St. George, the Shadows are scared. After a fight the developer is killed.

ST. GEORGE #4 (December 1988)
By D.G. Chichester, Margaret Clark, Klaus Janson & John Beatty

APPEARANCES:
Shreck, Dirk Ravenscore, Knight (Michael Devlin), Mary Devlin, Patty Richardson (also in fb), Knight (Kara Janisery, in fb), townspeople, Wikka

FLASHBACK:
Patty and Kara research a story in Belfast, but tensions run too high and people start shooting each other. Kara reveals she’s the Knight of St. George and gets them out of there.
SYNOPSIS:
Shreck tells Dirk Ravenscore his business is on hold with the Ravenscores until he’s had a chance to settle things with the Knight of St. George. Michael and Patty go to another town that’s supposed to be dying, but they learnt he townspeople have made a deal with Wikka (a Shadow), where they sacrifice a family every so often to him for the town’s assured prosperity.

NOTE:
Tyler Ravenscore is already dead by the time this issue starts, so this is after Power Line #2.

ST. GEORGE #5 (February 1989)
By D.G. Chichester, Margaret Clark & Klaus Janson

APPEARANCES:
Knight (Michael Devlin), Wikka (also in fb), townspeople (also in fb), Patty Richardson, Abbot, Gen. Retler (bts)

FLASHBACK:
The townspeople agree to sacrifice a family once a year to Wikka.
SYNOPSIS:
The Knight eventually defeats and kills Wikka. Meanwhile, Abbot contacts Gen. Retler to tell him Doctor Zero is weak after his ordeal in the arctic. Micheal decides to meet with Barnabbas in South America to find out why he was made the new Knight.

NOTE:
Doctor Zero’s arctic adventure ended in Doctor Zero #3, and Gen. Retler started going after Doctor Zero in Doctor Zero #5. So, this is sometime between Doctor Zero #3-5.

ST. GEORGE #6 (April 1989)
By D.G. Chichester, Margaret Clark & Klaus Janson

APPEARANCES:
Shade, Mr. Lenard, Mr. Skigger, Fachan, Shreck, Patty Richardson, Henry Clark, Adam Neushuk, Ben Welles, Knight (Michael Devlin), Skinwalker (John Nighthunter), Sharkey, Nickels

SYNOPSIS:
Shreck asks Lenard and Skigger about their encounter with the Knight. Meanwhile, Patty learns from Neushuk that Kara was last seen in Venezuela; Devlin says that can’t be a coincidence, because he was supposed to meet Barnabbas there. They hire John Nighthunter to fly them there, but are delayed by gangsters that are after Nighthunter. They make it most of the way, then start the rest of the journey on foot.

NOTE:
Skigger & Lenard are looking for a replacement for Nagas here, this is after Power Line #4.

Henry Clark appears working at the convenience store here, so this is after Doctor Zero #3.

Neushuk & Welles appear here on their way to Greece, so this is before Doctor Zero #7.

ST. GEORGE #7 (June 1989)
By D.G. Chichester, Margaret Clark & Dan Spiegle

APPEARANCES:
Father Carew, Shreck, Knight (Devlin, also in fb), Patty Richardson, Skinwalker (John Nighthunter), Contras (also in fb), Merchants agents (in fb), Father Abbot, Sandinistas, Barnabbas

FLASHBACK:
Father Devlin does missionary work in Nicaragua until the village is attacked by Contras. Merchants agents try to get Devlin out of there (leads in to issue #1’s fb).
SYNOPSIS:
As the Knight and his pals make their way to Venezuela they come across a town that he used to do missionary work in. They’ve been overrun by Contras, so the Knight beats them all up. Sandinistas arrive and attack, so the Knight beats them all up, too. They take the Sandinistas’ helicopter and continue on to Venezuela. Meanwhile, Barnabbas hears that the Knight is coming.

ST. GEORGE #8 (August 1989)
By Dwayne McDuffie, Jim Lee & Don Hudson

APPEARANCES:
Knight (Jeong Lee), Doctor Zero (also in repeat scene), Father Abbot, Barnabbas, Egri, Merkin, Toomer, Knight (Kara Janisery, also in repeat scene), Power Line (in repeat scene)

SYNOPSIS:
After an encounter with (the future) Doctor Zero, Jeong Lee retires himself as the Knight of St. George. Two years later, Shadows confront Father Abbot about (the future) Doctor Zero, saying he’s only being so public because there’s no current active Knight. Abbot tries to get Jeong out of retirement, but he refuses. Abbot recruits Kara Janisery to be the new Knight. Jeong contacts Kara and tells her that if her faith wavers, so do her Knight powers. She thinks Jeong is working with Doctor Zero, so she kills him. Kara attacks Doctor Zero, Doctor Zero defeats her (repeat from Doctor Zero #1), then looks at her corpse. Elsewhere, Abbot decides to recruit Michael Devlin.

NOTE:
This issue takes place entirely in the past.

Let’s see how all of the current day portions of the three series line up:

ST. GEORGE #8 (7-17) [Janisery becomes the Knight]
ST. GEORGE #4-FB [Janisery is already the Knight]
POWER LINE #3-FB
ST. GEORGE #8 (18-22) [Janisery kills the previous, retired Knight]
POWER LINE #1-FB [Victor & Lenore meet, fight at Ravenscore party]
POWER LINE #1 (1-2) [Victor & Lenore leave Ravenscore party]
DOCTOR ZERO #1 [Knight attacks Doctor Zero, Victor & Lenore appear] (April)
ST. GEORGE #8 (28) [order of St. George decide to recruit Devlin]
POWER LINE #1 (3-28) [Victor & Lenore make their way to America, Devlin appears]
POWER LINE #2-3 [Barnabbas appears on his way to meet Devlin]
DOCTOR ZERO #2 (1-4:1) [Doctor Zero sets a fire in Chicago]
ST. GEORGE #1 (1-21) [Chicago fire mentioned, Barnabas meets Devlin]
M/AGE@ 4/4 [Doctor Zero kills a dictator, Power Line helps people, Devlin becomes the Knight]
ST. GEORGE #1 (22-24) [now the Knight, Devlin trains & leaves order of St. George]
ST. GEORGE #2 [Devlin saves his friend]
DOCTOR ZERO #2 (4:2-28)
DOCTOR ZERO #3 [Doctor Zero’s arctic adventure, Clerk starts at convenience store]
ST. GEORGE #3 [Devlin now in America, Lenard & Skigger appear]
DOCTOR ZERO #4 [reporters look for Kara]
ST. GEORGE #4-5 [Abbot tells Retler about Zero’s weakness] (Halloween)
DOCTOR ZERO #5 [Retler goes after Zero, Shreck tells Zero about Devlin]
POWER LINE #4 [Lenard & Skigger lose partner]
ST. GEORGE #6-7 [Lenard & Skigger after PL #4, reporters leaving for Greece, Clerk at store, Devlin starts traveling to Venezuela]
DOCTOR ZERO #6-8 [reporters already in Greece]
POWER LINE #5-8 [Power Line arrive in Venezuela]

Not bad!

Up next: A Shadowline Saga: Critical Mass #1-7!
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Re: SHADOWLINE SAGA!

Post by Col_Fury » Sun Apr 03, 2016 4:27 pm

This mini was originally intended to be regular issues of the three ongoing series, but they were altered at least a bit when they were published in this form; forward and interlude segments were added (and an epilogue in there somewhere) to bridge the issues to make them read more like one issue instead of a collection of two issues.

#1 – Doctor Zero #9 & Power Line #9
#2 – St. George #9 & Doctor Zero #10
#3 – Power Line #10 & St. George #10
#4 – Doctor Zero #11 & Power Line #11
#5 – St. George #11 & Doctor Zero #12
#6 – Power Line #12 & St. George #12
#7 – Doctor Zero #13, Power Line #13 & St. George #13

A SHADOWLINE SAGA: CRITICAL MASS #1 (January 1990)
By D.G. Chichester, Margaret Clark, Klaus Janson, Kevin O’Niell, Bill Sienkiewicz & Gray Morrow

APPEARANCES:
Donald Gaffney, Gen. Retler, George Bush, Dan Quayle, Dirk Ravenscore, Orb, Doctor Zero, Sheila Willis, Henry Clerk, Atropos, Father Abbot, Brother Nikos, Brother Lei-Kung, Adam Neushuk, Ben Welles, Lenard, Skigger, Skinwalker (John Nighthunter), Patty Richardson, Knight (Michael Devlin), Gordon Castle (also in fb), Lenore Castle (also in fb), Victor Guillermos (also in fb), Ripley Weaver (also in f), Shreck (in fb), Tyler Ravenscore (in fb), Eric Ravenscore (in fb), Father Barnabbas

FLASHBACK:
Gordon Castle meets with Tyler Ravenscore to talk about unifying their families, but Lenore thinks Eric is a disgusting jerk. Ripley Weaver arrives and makes a pitch for someone to be the counterbalance to Doctor Zero. A fight breaks out, Ripley loses a hand and Shreck picks it up.
SYNOPSIS:
The Merchants brief the US President and Vice President on Doctor Zero. Doctor Zero goes back to being a public hero. The Ravenscores, hearing that Henry Clerk beat Doctor Zero once, finds him at the convenience store and repairs his mind. The two reporters sneak into the order of St. George and steal some of their records. Clerk begins to work as an enforcer for the Ravenscores, replacing Shreck, but he secretly still wants to destroy the planet. In South America, Lenard and Skigger see Michael Devlin wandering around. In Venezuela, Lenore, Victor and Ripley meet with Barnabbas, then attack and slaughter the Ravenscores. They discover Lenore’s dad is still alive but Dirk Ravenscore escapes.

NOTE:
It’s been around a year since Power Line #1. Also, Gordon’s not dead, but he has spent a year nailed to the ceiling.

I only just now realized that Lenard & Skigger, when said out loud, sounds like “Lynyrd Skynyrd.”

A SHADOWLINE SAGA: CRITICAL MASS #2 (February 1990)
By D.G. Chichester, Margaret Clark, Kevin O’Niell, Kyle Baker, Mark Texiera & Mike Manley

APPEARANCES:
Henry Clerk, Shreck, Knight (Michael Devlin), Patty Richardon, Skinwalker (John Nighthunter), Ripley Weaver, Father Barnabbas, Victor Guillermos, Lenore Castle, Gordon Castle, Knight (Kara, corpse), Father Abbot, Sheila Willis, Doctor Zero (also in fb), Gen. Retler, Donald Gaffney, Sgt. Frederick Gramon, Col. Gregor Gerasimov, a Knight of St. George (in fb), Vlad Gerasimov (in fb), Adam Neushuk, Ben Welles, Brother Lei-Kung

FLASHBACK:
(the future) Doctor Zero fights the Knight of St. George in 1908. He defeats him, and meets the young Vlad Gerasimov (Gregor’s eventual dad).
SYNOPSIS:
Henry Clerk travels to Washington DC and starts setting up in a nuclear facility. In Nicaragua, Shreck scavenges for body parts while he looks for the Knight of St. George. In Venezuela, Michael Devlin and his pals find the destroyed Ravenscore home, and meet Ripley Weaver, Barnabbas and Power Line in the nearby village. Narnabbas reveals that Kara is dead, so Patty calls the reporters and leaves them a message so they know. Meanwhile, Abbot worries about Michael Devlin. Sheila is sad that she doesn’t spend as much time with Doctor Zero as she would like, then goes back to studying dolphins. Meanwhile, Doctor Zero chills out on a beach and thinks about Sheila. Clerk meets with Gen. Retler, revealing he’s still alive. He’s welcomed back into the Merchants and begins his plans to destroy the planet by enlisting Sgt. Frederick Gramon to kill various security personnel and make it look like suicide, which Doctor Zero investigates. The Russians are blamed for “suicides” in England, so Col. Gerasimov investigates. He and Doctor Zero team up and catch Gramon killing another person. Meanwhile, the reporters read the St. George records they stole, but they’re attacked by Brother Lei-Kung, who kills one of them, Ben.

A SHADOWLINE SAGA: CRITICAL MASS #3 (March 1990)
By D.G. Chichester, Margaret Clark, Ron Randall, Stan Drake, Grey Morrow, John Ridgway, Denys Cowan & Kent Williams

APPEARANCES:
Henry Edward Clerk, Donald Gaffney, Gen. Retler, Dirk Ravenscore, Victor Guillermos, Lenore Castle, Gordon Castle, Ripley Weaver, Sabnak, Sgt. Frederick Gramon, Johnny Sheehan, Father Abbot (also in fb), Brother Angus, Knight (Michael Devlin), Skinwalker (John Nighthunter), Patty Richardson, Adam Neushuk, Knight (Kara, corpse), Father Barnabbas, Shreck, Doctor Zero (in fb as the Old One & the Dragon, also Draghignazzo), Knight (the first one, George of Cappadocia, in fb),

FLASHBACK:
The Old One became too powerful, so George of Cappadocia became the first Knight and fought him.
SYNOPSIS:
Clerk continues his plan to destroy the planet under the guise of providing America with sustained nuclear energy. Meanwhile, Power Line tracks Dirk Ravenscore to Hong Kong and defeat an assassin he just hired. Dirk tells them about Clerk’s plan and they teleport Dirk to the arctic (Lenore’s dad can teleport). Sgt. Gramon finds out that Doctor Zero knows Sheila. In Greece, Father Abbot decides to fight Doctor Zero himself and puts on some armor. In Venezuela, John Nighthunter tries to help Michael take off the Knight armor, but they can’t; it’s stuck. Meanwhile, Patty meets with Adam and they help bury Kara’s body. Barnabbas refuses to tell Michael what the Kights are for, so Shreck, who finally tracked Michael down, tells the story. Shreck attacks Michael and eventually crucifies him to a tree.

A SHADOWLINE SAGA: CRITICAL MASS #4 (April 1990)
By D.G. Chichester, Margaret Clark, Jim Lee, Mike Manley, Dan Spiegle & Grey Morrow

APPEARANCES:
Adam Neushuk, Knight (Kara, bts), Patty Richardson, John Nighthunter, Barnabbas, Knight (Michael Devlin), Abbot, Angus, Gregor Gerasimov, Doctor Zero, Sheila Willis, Henry Clerk, Sgt. Gramon, Donald Gaffney, Gen. Retler, Victor Guillermos, Lenore Castle, Gordon Castle (also in fb), Ripley Weaver, Gary “Long Green” Grant (in fb), Tyler Ravenscore (in fb), Gen. John Getzer

FLASHBACK:
Gary Grant, Power Line’s manager, is interviewed on the news (yesterday). Gordon trains Tyler how to use his powers better (over a year ago).
SYNOPSIS:
Adam finishes burying Kara and Michael’s friends come back to the village, but Michael is still crucified to a tree. Meanwhile, Abbot prepares to battle Doctor Zero. In England, Doctor Zero breaks the captured Gerasimov out from military custody, then hangs out with Sheila. Clerk continues his plans for world destruction. Doctor Zero responds to an oil refinery fire, where Abbot attacks him. Doctor Zero defeats Abbot and leaves him for dead. Gordon teleports his pals back to his house in California; Ripley checks the news. Lenore decides to quit Power Line, but when Victor leaves with Ripley to confront Clerk, she has second thoughts. Ripley and Victor tell Gen. Getzer what they know about Clerk, who tells Gen. Retler. Clerk spies on the conversation and tells Gramon to take care of Power Line. Gramon tries to kill Ripley and Victor, but they escape. In California, Ripley shows Lenore the information Barnabbas gave him (almost a year ago) that proves her dad helped kill Victor’s family. Lenore decides to re-join Power Line, and they go to Greece to confront the order of St. George.

A SHADOWLINE SAGA: CRITICAL MASS #5 (May 1990)
By D.G. Chichester, Margaret Clark, Brett Blevins, Jorge Zaffino, John Ridgway & Mike Manley

APPEARANCES:
Henry Clerk (also in fb) & his dad (in fb), Shreck (also in fb), Knight (Michael Devlin), Patty Richardson, Skinwalker (John Nighthunter), Adam Neushuk, Barnabbas, Tony Figaoro (bts), Doctor Zero (also in fb), Sheila Willis, Knight (George of Cappadocia, in fb), Abbot (in fb), Gregor Gerasimov, Grey Man (Sgt. Gramon)

FLASHBACKS:
Henry Clerk goes to Catholic school, then public college (years ago). After (the future) Doctor Zero fought the Knight, he faked his death by having Shreck bury him in the woods. George became unhappy with how the monks were doing things and eventually left he order. The monks called on Anubis, which caused the Black Death in Europe (centuries ago).
SYNOPSIS:
Clerk continues his plot. Meanwhile, Michael Devlin pulls himself off the tree and fights Shreck. They eventually settle their differences. Michael goes back to New York with Patty. When a nuclear facility has an accident, Clerk is happy his plan is coming together. Later, Henry kills Sheila and Doctor Zero loses his $#!+ gets really angry.

NOTE:
Over the years, Doctor Zero has used the alias’ ZERO OF THE FERNS (40,000 BC), ERIK THE ZED (1365), SIR NAUGHT OF CHICHESTER (1533), (TSAR) ZEROD THE MANIPULATIVE (1647), CHIEF NOTHING SACRED (1870), KID NADA (1875), SNAKE EYE MALONE (1925), COUNT ZERO (1936) & DOCTOR ZERO (1989). I’m sure there were others.

A SHADOWLINE SAGA: CRITICAL MASS #6 (June 1990)
By D.G. Chichester, Margaret Clark, Grey Morrow, John Ridgway Jorge Zaffino, Dan Lawlis & Al Williamson

APPEARANCES:
Barnabbas, Gordon Castle, Ripley Weaver, Victor Guillermos, Lenore Castle, Father Abbot, Brother Angus, Brother Gustav, Brother Anacharsis, Brother Sacha, Skinwalker (John Nighthunter), Adam Neushuk, Knight (Michael Devlin), Patty Richardson, Doctor Zero, Brother Francis (corpse), Atropos, Henry Clerk, Grey Man, Gen. Retler, Donald Gaffney, Gen. John Getzer

SYNOPSIS:
Power Line and their pals confront the order of St. George, telling them about Clerk’s plans. They propose teaming up with Doctor Zero against Clerk. While the monks think about it, Power Line teleports to New York and gets Michael Devlin to being him to the monks. They all start to put a plan together, but Doctor Zero attacks. Michael is given Abbot’s armor and he fights Doctor Zero. When he eventually defeats Doctor Zero, instead of killing him he explains Clerk’s plans. Doctor Zero agrees to help. In America, Clerk begins to enact his plan. Elsewhere, the Merchants hear about it and prepare to do something about Clerk.

A SHADOWLINE SAGA: CRITICAL MASS #7 (July 1990)
By D.G. Chichester, Margaret Clark, Mike Manley, Grey Morrow & Jorge Zaffino

APPEARANCES:
Donald Gaffney, Gen. Retler, Doctor Zero, Henry Clerk, Grey Man (Sgt. Gramon), Col. Gerasimov, Skinwalker (John Nighthunter), Knight (Michael Devlin), Ripley Weaver, Victor Guillermos, Lenore Castle (also in fb), Gordon Castle (also in fb), Adam Neushuk, Sheila Willis (corpse), Elizabeth Castle (in fb), Dirk Ravenscore, Yaisa, Grey Man, Shreck, Patty Richardson

FLASHBACK:
Lenore Castle grows up.
SYNOPSIS:
Everyone attacks Henry Clerk and Doctor Zero finally kills him, but the nuclear chain reaction has already started. Meanwhile, Power Line goes back to the arctic to get Dirk Ravenscore, who boosts Gordon’s power. The Knight helps keep people calm. When the nuclear reactor goes critical, Gordon teleports the whole thing into space, averting disaster. He goes with the reactor, though. Later, Doctor Zero buries Sheila at sea. Power Line gets more famous but Lenore has selective amnesia (the part about her dad dying). The Knight decides to keep being the Knight.

NOTE:
Since this last issue was originally intended to be three separate issues, there’s a lot of back-and-forth flashback overlapping. I’ll just deal with that in the chronologies.

Up next: chronologies!
-Daron Jensen

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Re: SHADOWLINE SAGA!

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On the Alternate Universes page:

ABBOT, FR. | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
CMASS 3-FB
CMASS 5-FB
DZERO 6-FB
STGEORGE 8
PLINE 3-BTS
{STGEORGE 1}
STGEORGE 3
STGEORGE 5
STGEORGE 7
CMASS 1
CMASS 2
CMASS 3
CMASS 4
CMASS 6

ALBANO, LOU/”CAPTAIN LOU” | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
PLINE 4-BTS

ANACHARSIS, BR. | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
CMASS 6

ANGUS, BR. | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
STGEORGE 1
STGEORGE 3
CMASS 3
CMASS 4
CMASS 6

ANUBICH, CPL. | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
DZERO 4

ANUBIS | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
CMASS 5-FB-BTS
DZERO 4-BTS

ATROPOS | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
DZERO 7
CMASS 1
CMASS 6

BARNABBAS, FR. | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
STGEORGE 8
PLINE 3
{STGEORGE 1}
STGEORGE 2
STGEORGE 3
STGEORGE 7
CMASS 1
CMASS 2
CMASS 3
CMASS 4
CMASS 5
CMASS 6

BERTHA | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
PLINE 2
PLINE 4-BTS
PLINE 5-BTS

BUSH, GEORGE | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
CMASS 1

CAREW, FR. GERALD J. | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
STGEORGE 1
STGEORGE 7

CASTLE, ELIZABETH | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
CMASS 7-FB-FB
{PLINE 1-FB}
PLINE 2

CASTLE, GORDON | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
CMASS 7-FB-FB
PLINE 5-FB
CMASS 4-FB
{PLINE 1 (17 - 20:4)-FB}
CMASS 1-FB
PLINE 1 (20:5 - 27:2)-FB
PLINE 2
CMASS 1
CMASS 2
CMASS 3
CMASS 4
CMASS 6
CMASS 7
CMASS 7-FB

CASTLE, LENORE | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
CMASS 7-FB-FB
PLINE 3-FB
PLINE 1 (17 - 20:4)-FB
CMASS 1-FB
PLINE 1 (20:5 - 27:2)-FB
PLINE 1 (1 - 2)
{DZERO 1}
PLINE 1 (3 - 28)
PLINE 2
PLINE 3
M/AGE@ 4/4
PLINE 4
PLINE 5
PLINE 6
PLINE 7
PLINE 8
CMASS 1
CMASS 2
CMASS 3
CMASS 4
CMASS 6
CMASS 7 (1 - 12:5)
CMASS 7 (30 - 33:3)-FB
CMASS 7 (12:6 - 13:2)-FB
CMASS 7 (33:5 - 34:1)-FB
CMASS 7 (13:3 - 13:4)
CMASS 7 (34:3 - 34:4)-FB
CMASS 7 (13:5 - 13:6)
CMASS 7 (55:1 - 55:2)-FB
CMASS 7 (34:5 - 36)-FB
CMASS 7 (37:2 - 50)-FB
CMASS 7 (15:4 - 80)

CHIEF NOTHING SACRED | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
See Doctor Zero | Shadowline-verse

CLERK, MR. | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
CMASS 5-FB

CLERK, MRS. | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
DZERO 3-FB

CLERK, PROF. HENRY EDWARD | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
DZERO 3-FB
CMASS 5-FB
{DZERO 2}
DZERO 3
STGEORGE 6
CMASS 1
CMASS 2
CMASS 3
CMASS 4
CMASS 5
CMASS 6
CMASS 7

COUNT ZERO | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
See Doctor Zero | Shadowline-verse

DEVLIN, MARY | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
STGEORGE 3-FB
STGEORGE 3
STGEORGE 4

DEVLIN, MIKE | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
STGEORGE 3-FB

DOCTOR ZERO/DRAGHIGNAZZO/”DRAGON”/”OLD ONE” | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
DZERO 7-FB
CMASS 3-FB
STGEORGE 2-FB
CMASS 5-FB
DZERO 8-FB
CMASS 2-FB
PLINE 3-FB
{DZERO 1}
STGEORGE 8
DZERO 2 (1 - 4:1)
M/AGE@ 4/4
DZERO 2 (4:2 - 28)
DZERO 3
DZERO 4
DZERO 5
DZERO 6
DZERO 7
DZERO 8
CMASS 1
CMASS 2
CMASS 4
CMASS 5
CMASS 6
CMASS 7 (1 - 12:5)
CMASS 7 (53 - 54)-FB
CMASS 7 (30 - 33:3)-FB
CMASS 7 (12:6 - 13:2)-FB
CMASS 7 (33:5 - 34:1)-FB
CMASS 7 (13:3 - 13:4)
CMASS 7 (34:3 - 34:4)-FB
CMASS 7 (13:5 - 13:6)-OP
CMASS 7 (55:1 - 55:2)-FB
CMASS 7 (14)
CMASS 7 (55:5 - 56:2)-FB
CMASS 7 (56:4)-FB-OP
CMASS 7 (37:1)-FB-VO
CMASS 7 (15:1)-OP
CMASS 7 (56:5 - 57:1)-FB
CMASS 7 (15:2)
CMASS 7 (57:3 - 57:5)-FB
CMASS 7 (15:3)
CMASS 7 (15:4 - 80)

EGRI | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
STGEORGE 8

ERIK THE ZED | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
See Doctor Zero | Shadowline-verse

FACHAN | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
STGEORGE 6

FIGAORO, TONY | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
STGEORGE 1-BTS
STGEORGE 2
CMASS 5-BTS

FRANCIS, BR. | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
CMASS 6

GADDAFI, MUAMMAR | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
DZERO 1-BTS

GAFFNEY, DONALD | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
DZERO 5
DZERO 6
DZERO 7
CMASS 1
CMASS 2
CMASS 3
CMASS 4
CMASS 6
CMASS 7

GERASIMOV, COL. GREGOR | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
DZERO 2
DZERO 4
CMASS 2
CMASS 4
CMASS 5
CMASS 7 (1 - 12:5)
CMASS 7-FB
CMASS 7 (15:4 - 80)

GERASIMOV, VLAD | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
CMASS 2-FB

GETZER, GEN. JOHN EDWARD | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
DZERO 5
CMASS 4
CMASS 6

GRANT, GARY/”LONG GREEN” | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
PLINE 3
PLINE 4
CMASS 4-FB

GREY MAN/SGT. FRDERICK GRAMON | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
CMASS 2
CMASS 3
CMASS 4
CMASS 5
CMASS 6
CMASS 7
CMASS 7-FB

GUILLERMOS, BARBARA | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
PLINE 1-FB

GUILLERMOS, CHRISTINA | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
PLINE 1-FB

GUILLERMOS, MICHAEL | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
PLINE 1-FB

GUILLERMOS, VICTOR | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
PLINE 1-FB
PLINE 1 (1 - 2)
{DZERO 1}
PLINE 1 (3 - 28)
PLINE 2
PLINE 3
M/AGE@ 4/4
PLINE 4
PLINE 5
PLINE 6
PLINE 7
PLINE 8
CMASS 1
CMASS 2
CMASS 3
CMASS 4
CMASS 6
CMASS 7 (1 - 12:5)
CMASS 7 (53 - 54)-FB
CMASS 7 (30 - 33:3)-FB
CMASS 7 (34:3 - 34:4)-FB
CMASS 7 (13:5 - 13:6)
CMASS 7 (55:1 - 55:2)-FB
CMASS 7 (34:5 - 36)-FB
CMASS 7 (37:2 - 50)-FB
CMASS 7 (15:4 - 80)

GUSTAV, BR. | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
CMASS 6

HENGIST, BRYN “BRIAN” | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
DZERO 8-FB
DZERO 8

HUDSON, DONALD | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
PLINE 3
PLINE 4

KID NADA | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
See Doctor Zero | Shadowline-verse

KNIGHT/GEORGE OF CAPPADOCIA | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
CMASS 3-FB
STGEORGE 2-FB
CMASS 5-FB

KNIGHT II | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
CMASS 2-FB

KNIGHT III/JEONG LEE | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
STGEORGE 8

KNIGHT IV/KARA JANISERY | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
DZERO 3-FB
STGEORGE 8 (1 - 17)
STGEORGE 4-FB
STGEORGE 8 (18 - 22)
{DZERO 1}
STGEORGE 8 (28)
CMASS 2
CMASS 3
CMASS 4-BTS

KNIGHT V/FR. MICHAEL PATRICK DEVLIN | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
STGEORGE 3-FB
STGEORGE 7-FB
STGEORGE 1-FB
{PLINE 1}
STGEORGE 1 (1 - 21)
M/AGE@ 4/4
STGEORGE 1 (22 - 28)
STGEORGE 2
STGEORGE 3
STGEORGE 4
STGEORGE 5
STGEORGE 6
STGEORGE 7
CMASS 1
CMASS 2
CMASS 3
CMASS 4
CMASS 5
CMASS 6
CMASS 7 (1 - 12:5)
CMASS 7 (53 - 54)-FB
CMASS 7 (30 - 33:3)-FB
CMASS 7 (34:3 - 34:4)-FB
CMASS 7 (13:5 - 13:6)
CMASS 7 (55:1 - 55:2)-FB
CMASS 7 (14)
CMASS 7 (55:5 - 56:2)-FB
CMASS 7 (56:4)-FB
CMASS 7 (37:1)-FB-OP
CMASS 7 (15:1)
CMASS 7 (56:5 - 57:1)-FB
CMASS 7 (15:2)
CMASS 7 (57:3 - 57:5)-FB
CMASS 7 (58 - 76)-FB
CMASS 7 (15:4 - 80)

LEI-KUNG, BR. | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
CMASS 1
CMASS 2

LENARD | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
STGEORGE 3
PLINE 4
STGEORGE 6
CMASS 1

MARID | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
DZERO 5

MCMAHON, VINCE | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
PLINE 5-VO

MERKIN | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
STGEORGE 8

MIKE/”MANGLER” | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
PLINE 1-FB
PLINE 7
PLINE 8

NAGAS | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
PLINE 4

NEUSHUK, ADAM | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
DZERO 3-FB
{DZERO 2}
DZERO 3
DZERO 4
STGEORGE 6
DZERO 7
CMASS 1
CMASS 2
CMASS 3
CMASS 4
CMASS 5
CMASS 6
CMASS 7

NICKLES | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
STGEORGE 6

NIKOS, BR. | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
CMASS 1

NIMYEUR, LORRI | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
STGEORGE 3

ORB | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
CMASS 1

PREECIT, MAJ. | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
DZERO 5
DZERO 6
DZERO 7

QUAYLE, DAN | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
CMASS 1

RATHER, DAN | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
DZERO 1-VO

RAVENSCORE, DIRK | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
PLINE 2
STGEORGE 2-BTS
STGEORGE 4
CMASS 1
CMASS 3
CMASS 7-FB

RAVENSCORE, ERIC | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
PLINE 1 (17 - 20:4)-FB
CMASS 1-FB
PLINE 1 (20:5 - 27:2)-FB

RAVENSCORE, TYLER | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
PLINE 5-FB
CMASS 4-FB
{PLINE 1 (4 - 11:3)-FB}
PLINE 1 (17 - 20:4)-FB
CMASS 1-FB
PLINE 1 (20:5 - 27:2)-FB
PLINE 2

REAGAN, NANCY | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
DZERO 1

REAGAN, RONALD | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
DZERO 1

RETLER, GEN. FRANKLIN | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
DZERO 6-FB
STGEORGE 5-BTS
{DZERO 5}
DZERO 6
DZERO 7
PLINE 7-BTS
CMASS 1
CMASS 2
CMASS 3
CMASS 4
CMASS 6
CMASS 7

RICHARDSON, PATTY | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
STGEORGE 4-FB
{STGEORGE 3}
STGEORGE 4
STGEORGE 5
STGEORGE 6
STGEORGE 7
CMASS 1
CMASS 2
CMASS 3
CMASS 4
CMASS 5
CMASS 6
CMASS 7

SABNAK | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
CMASS 3

SACHA, BR. | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
CMASS 6

SAJAK, PAT | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
PLINE 2-VO

SHADE | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
STGEORGE 6

SHARKEY | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
STGEORGE 6

SHEEHAN, JOHNNY | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
DZERO 3
CMASS 3

SIR NAUGHT OF CHICHESTER | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
See Doctor Zero | Shadowline-verse

SKIGGER | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
STGEORGE 3
PLINE 4
STGEORGE 6
CMASS 1

SKINWALKER/JOHN NIGHTHUNTER | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
STGEORGE 6
STGEORGE 7
CMASS 1
CMASS 2
CMASS 3
CMASS 4
CMASS 5
CMASS 6
CMASS 7 (1 - 12:5)
CMASS 7-FB
CMASS 7 (15:4 - 80)

SNAKE EYE MALONE | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
See Doctor Zero | Shadowline-verse

TOOMER | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
STGEORGE 8

TOOTHFACE/BUDDY | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
PLINE 6-FB
PLINE 5-FB
{PLINE 4}
PLINE 5
PLINE 6

VENTURA, JESSE | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
PLINE 5-VO

WEAVER, RIPLEY/“THE RIPPER” | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
PLINE 1 (13 - 14:3)-FB
PLINE 1 (17 - 20:4)-FB
CMASS 1 (40:5 - 42)-FB
PLINE 1 (20:5 - 27:2)-FB
CMASS 1 (44:3)-FB
PLINE 1 (25:5 - 27:2)
PLINE 1 (1 - 2)
{DZERO 1}
PLINE 1 (3 - 28)
PLINE 2
PLINE 3
PLINE 4
PLINE 5
PLINE 6
PLINE 7
PLINE 8
CMASS 1
CMASS 2
CMASS 3
CMASS 4
CMASS 6
CMASS 7 (1 - 12:5)
CMASS 7 (53 - 54)-FB
CMASS 7 (30 - 33:3)-FB
CMASS 7 (55:1 - 55:2)-FB
CMASS 7 (34:5 - 36)-FB
CMASS 7 (56:4)-FB
CMASS 7 (37:1)-FB
CMASS 7 (15:1)
CMASS 7 (56:5 - 57:1)-FB
CMASS 7 (15:4 - 80)

WELLES, BEN | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
DZERO 2
DZERO 3
DZERO 4
STGEORGE 6
DZERO 7
CMASS 1
CMASS 2

WHITE, VANNA | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
PLINE 2

WIKKA | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
STGEORGE 5-FB
{STGEORGE 4}
STGEORGE 5

WILLIS, SHEILA | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
DZERO 1
DZERO 3
DZERO 4
DZERO 6
CMASS 1
CMASS 2
CMASS 4
CMASS 5
CMASS 7

YAISA | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
PLINE 3
PLINE 5
PLINE 6
CMASS 7

ZERO OF THE FERNS | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
See Doctor Zero | Shadowline-verse

ZEROD THE MANIPULATIVE | SHADOWLINE-VERSE
See Doctor Zero | Shadowline-verse

On the A-Z pages:

TERROR II/SHRECK (change name to TERROR II/SHRECK | SHADOWLINE-VERSE)
*TER 13 (18&19:5)-FB
*CMASS 5-FB
*TER 13 (18&19:6)-FB
*CMASS 1-FB
*{STGEORGE 2}
*STGEORGE 4
*DZERO 5
*STGEORGE 6
*STGEORGE 7
*CMASS 1
*CMASS 2
*CMASS 3
*CMASS 5
**[CRITICAL MASS 7] (delete)
*CMASS 7
P/CA:B&G 3


And there it is!
-Daron Jensen

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