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New Universe analyses: The Draft & various crossovers

Post by Creelman » Tue Oct 05, 2010 8:20 pm

The Draft
DRAFT
Published: [July] 1988
Written by Mark Gruenwald & Fabian Nicieza; Drawn by Herb Trimpe (penciler), Kyle Baker (inker), Mike Gustovich (inker), Klaus Janson (inker), Lee Weeks (inker) & Keith Williams (inker)
Appearances: Lieutenant Keith Remsen [Nightmask]; Sergeant Haldeman (introduction); Private Chris Barrett (introduction); Tracey Barrett (introduction); Mrs. Barrett (introduction); Mr. Barrett (introduction); Private Garth Mengeling (introduction); Virginia Mengeling (introduction); Judy Mengeling (introduction); Private Harlan Mook (introduction, villain); Private Dave Landers (cameo); Bazooka (cameo); Pit Bull [Private Picaro]; Major Zentner; Private Jeff Walters; Private Randy O’Brien (cameo); President Reagan
Brief synopsis: Believing the Pitt to have been the work of foreign paranormal terrorists, President Reagan re-institutes the draft. Keith Remsen, his powers known to the U.S. government, is 20 years old at the time and is among the early draftees. He is made a lieutenant and placed in charge of performing psychiatric evaluations on draftees. He is responsible for determining their mental stability and evaluating their combat potential. Various paranormals are brought to Fort Benning for basic training as part of the Army’s paranormal fighting force. Keith Remsen evaluates Private Harlan Mook, who has the power to teleport causing a devastating explosion at the point of teleportation. Remsen feels Mook might be unstable, but also thinks that the Nightmask persona’s erratic behavior might have just unnerved him. He decides to pass Mook through. Mook is teased by Pit Bull until he fights back and uses his teleportation power. Sergeant Haldeman, the paranormals’ drill instructor, puts Mook in solitary confinement for using his power. In the box, Mook loses his mind and decides to assassinate President Reagan as he gives a televised speech in Atlanta. Mook teleports behind Reagan, then teleports out. In the aftermath of the explosion in Atlanta, it is revealed, on national television, that President Reagan is a paranormal with the ability to regenerate physical damage.
References: Pages 2 through 6:2 take place in Sgt. Haldeman’s dreams. Pages 6:3 through 6:6 take place immediately after page 6:2. As noted on page 7:1, pages 7:1 through 11 take place on March 3, 1988. As noted on page 12:1, pages 12:1 through 16 take place on March 18, 1988. As noted on page 17:1, pages 17:1 through 20 take place on March 21, 1988. As noted on page 21:1, pages 21:1 through 24 take place on March 31, 1988. As noted on page 25:1, pages 25:1 through 25:8 take place on April 4, 1988. As noted on page 26:1, pages 26:1 through 33 take place on April 11, 1988. As noted on page 34:1, pages 34:1 through 37:5 take place the next day [April 12, 1988]. Pages 38:1 through 39:4 take place in Harlan Mook’s dreams immediately after page 37:5. Pages 39:5 through 39:7 take place immediately after page 39:4. As noted on page 40:1, pages 40:1 through 45 take place “two days later” [April 14, 1988].
- As noted on page 1, the President reinstated the Selective Service Act on January 28, 1988.
- As noted on page 11, Congress passes the President’s mandatory draft resolution on March 3, 1988.

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PF 22
Published: August 1988

First story
Written by Fabian Nicieza; Drawn by Ron Lim (penciler) & Christopher Ivy (inker)
Appearances: Pvt. Thomas Boyd; Lt. Keith Remsen [Nightmask]
Brief synopsis: Thomas Boyd, now a private in the Army, is brought to Fort Benning where he is psychoanalyzed by Lt. Keith Remsen. With the Nightmask persona analyzing his dreams, Boyd’s prior family problems come to light. Boyd ultimately comes to terms with his fear of failure and the seeming deaths of Stasi and Kathy.
References: Pages 1 through 4:7 take place in Thomas Boyd’s dreams. Pages 5:1 through 8:4 take place immediately after page 4:7. Pages 8:5 through 20 take place in Boyd’s dreams immediately after page 8:4. Pages 21:1 through 22 take place immediately after page 20.
Note: The following characters appear in Boyd’s dreams: Thomas Boyd; Nightmask; Henry Boyd; Jane Boyd; Trip Boyd; Alyssa Boyd; Irene; Potiphar; Kathy Ling; Rodstvow; Wayne Tucker; Tyrone Jessup; Stasi Inyushin; Lindsey Falmon; Skybreaker; Troublemaker; Backfire; Michael Crawley; Imprint; Donner Kopf; Babel; Andrew Chaser; Colby Shaw; the Skipper; Toocheetsch; Relampago; Gatto di Sangue; Emilio Licciardo; Eugene Proudhawk; Spitfire [Jake Travest]; Serge Vladimiroff.

Second story
Written by Howard Mackie; Drawn by Don Heck (art)
Appearances: Mutator [George]; Martin (introduction); Harold (introduction, villain); Brady (introduction, villain)
Brief synopsis: In New York City, Mutator, now in a tiger-like body, encounters a gang preying upon homeless people. He drives the gang off and is taken in by the homeless people. But, when his body transforms into silver, they turn on him, planning to cut him up and sell him. Only one, a paranormal named Martin with toxic breath, stands up for him. Mutator transforms into a squid-like creature and the pair departs together. References:

Flashback (3:5)
Appearances: Mutator
Brief synopsis: Mutator escapes from the military.
References: Takes place after DP7 21.

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DP7 22
Published: August 1988
Written by Mark Gruenwald; Drawn by Paul Ryan (penciler) & Danny Bulanadi (inker)
Appearance: Pvt. Jeff Walters; Pvt. Dave Landers; Pvt. Randy O’Brien; Pit Bull [Pvt. Picaro]; Lt. Keith Remsen; Captain Jack Magniconte; Pvt. Harlan Mook; Pvt. Chris Barrett; Pvt. Garth Mengeling; Bazooka [Pvt. Dwight Frye]; Sgt. Haldeman; Maj. Zentner
Brief synopsis: Lt. Keith Remsen, in his Nightmask persona, analyzes Jeff Walters and passes him for duty. Captain Jack Magniconte inducts Walters, Dave Landers and Pit Bull into his paranormal force and sends them to Ft. Benning for basic training.
References: Pages 1 through 4:1 take place in Jeff Walters’ dreams. Pages 4:2 through 7:5 take place immediately after page 4:1. As noted on page 7:6, pages 7:6 through 15 take place “two days later”. Pages 16:1 through 19:1 take place the next day. Pages 19:2 through 22 take place “days later”. As noted on page 23:1, pages 23 through 25 take place “another night”.
Note: The following characters appear in Walters’ dreams: Jeff Walters; Mrs. Walters; Dennis Walters; Michele Walters; Nightmask
- As noted on page 5:4, Remsen’s analysis Thomas Boyd’s dreams in Psi-Force #22 takes place some time before this issue.
- Pages 7:6 through 22:3 take place at the same time as The Draft pages 26:1 through 42:5
- April 11, 1988
- DP7 8:1 = Draft 26:1
- DP7 9:1-9:2 = Draft 26:2
- DP7 9:3-10:3 = Draft 26:3-27:5
- DP7 12:1 = Draft 28:1
- DP7 13:4-13:5 = Draft 28:4-28:5
- DP7 13:6 = Draft 29:3
- DP7 14:1-15:6 = Draft 29:5-31:3
- April 12, 1988
- DP7 16:1-16:3 = Draft 34:3
- DP7 16:4-16:6 = Draft 35:3-35:6
- DP7 17:1-17:3 = Draft 35:7-35:8
- DP7 17:4 = Draft 36:3
- April 14, 1988
- DP7 19:3 = Draft 40:4
- DP7 19:5-19:6 = Draft 40:6-40:7
- DP7 20:5-22:2 = Draft 41:1-42:3
- DP7 22:3 = Draft 42:5

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DP7 23
Published: September 1988
Written by Mark Gruenwald; Drawn by Paul Ryan (penciler) & Danny Bulanadi (inker)
Appearances: Pvt. Dave Landers; Pvt. Randy O’Brien; Pvt. Jeff Walters; Psi-Force [Pvt. Thomas Boyd; Tyrone Jessup; Wayne Tucker; Lindsey Falmon]; Pit Bull [Pvt. Picaro]; Pvt. Dwight Frye [Bazooka] (cameo); Sgt. Haldeman; Lt. Keith Remsen [Nightmask]; Pvt. Garth Mengeling (cameo); Maj. Edward Zentner; Agent Charlotte “Charly” Beck; Agent Lenore Fenzl; Agent Merriam Sorensen; Agent Dobish (introduction); Agent Mathe (introduction); Jenny Swensen; DDTeens [“Scuzz” Cuzinski; Joel “Mothball” Larsen; Evan Huebner; Michael Crawley; Heather Hanneman; Annie Stevenson; Squirm]; Stephanie Harrington; Chuck Harrington; Ben Harrington
Brief synopsis: Wayne Tucker, Tyrone Jessup and Lindsey Falmon sneak into Ft. Benning and help Thomas Boyd escape from the facility. Stephanie’s husband, Chuck, can’t stand having the DDTeens under his roof and demands that they leave. Stephanie takes them to a bus station. At the station she is confronted by Dave and Major Zentner who wants to recruit her into the military’s paranormal force. Dave turns on Zentner to give the Harringtons a chance to run away and he tells the DDTeens to look after them. Instead of going on the run, Scuzz decides to take the teens back to live in the soon-to-be-empty house. While Stephanie and Chuck begin to get their family on the road, Lenore shows up to offer Stephanie a proposition.
References: As noted on page 1, pages 1 through 9 take place on April 21, 1988. As noted on page 10:1, page 10 takes place “three days later” [April 24, 1988]. As noted on page 13:5, pages 11 through 16 take place “over four months” after the events in DP7 21 [April or May 1988]. As noted on page 21:6, pages 19 through 28 take place a short time after the events on pages 10 and 16.

Flashback (13:5-14:3)
Appearances: Charlotte Beck; Lenore Fenzl; Merriam Sorensen; Agent Dobish
Brief synopsis: Charly and Lenore are captured at the Pitt and interrogated by the military for weeks. Instead of being forced to join the military, they volunteer for the CIA’s paranormal recruitment program and begin intensive training with Merriam who has also joined.
References: Page 13:5 takes place during Charlotte and Lenore’s capture during DP7 21. Pages 13:6 through 14:3 take place soon after page 13:5.

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PF 23
Published: September 1988
Written by Fabian Nicieza; Drawn by Graham Nolan (penciler) & Mike Witherby (inker)
Appearances: Pvt. Thomas Boyd; Tyrone Jessup; Wayne Tucker; Lindsey Falmon; Pit Bull [Pvt. Gaylord Picaro]; Sgt. Gerard Haldeman; Pvt. Dave Landers; Pvt. Jeff Walters; Pvt. Chris Barrett; Pvt. Garth Mengeling; Corporal Richie Anderson (introduction); Pvt. Dwight Frye [Bazooka] (cameo); Gennadi Shepalev; Serge Vladimiroff; Anya Zotov; Crasniye Solleetsi [Coojeechiscue (introduction, cameo); Sillatochca (introduction, cameo); Shivowtnoeh (introduction, cameo); Dehman (introduction, cameo); Rodstvow (villain)] (introduction)
Brief synopsis: Wayne Tucker, Tyrone Jessup and Lindsey Falmon sneak into Ft. Benning and help Thomas Boyd escape from the facility.
References: As noted on page 1, pages 1 through 22 take place on [April 4, 1988, but since this issue takes place simultaneously with DP7 #23 and the specific dating of that issue (and issues of The Draft and DP7 #22) directly contradict that date, the April 4 date should be ignored and replaced with a date of] April 21, 1988.
Notes:
- Pages 1 through 3:5 take place immediately after DP7 23 page 3:7
- Pages 11:5 through 15:5 take place at the same time as DP7 23 pages 7:1 through 9:5
- PF 23 11:5 = DP7 23 7:1
- PF 23 11:8-12:1 = DP7 23 7:1-7:4
- PF 23 12:4-13:2 = DP7 23 7:5-8:2
- PF 23 13:3 = DP7 23 8:6
- PF 23 13:4-13:7 = DP7 23 8:3-8:5, 9:1-9:2
- PF 23 14:1 = DP7 23 8:6
- PF 23 15:1-15:5 = DP7 23 9:3-9:5

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JUSTICE 23
Published: September 1988

First story
Written by Peter David; Drawn by Lee Weeks (penciler) & Mike Gustovich (inker)
Appearances: Justice [John Tensen]; N.S.C. [Terrance Updike; Victor “Kleenex” Pasko; Miriam “Playback” Morse; Mr. Chauncy]; Angela Tensen; Creeping Crud (introduction, cameo); Captain Chafin; Justice Brigade [Eisenstein (introduction, dies); Galt (dies); Doug (introduction, dies)] (villains)
Brief synopsis: Regaining his senses, Tensen agrees to work with the N.S.C. His first mission is to put a stop to the fanatic Justice Brigade. Justice finds one of their agents and follows them back to their base. He demand that the Justice Brigade cease to exist. But, not realizing they would take him literally, the group blows themselves up after Justice leaves. The deaths of all the people shake his belief in his mission.
References: The story likely takes place a few days after the previous issue.

Second story
Written by Fabian Nicieza; Drawn by Javier Saltares (pencils), Jeff Albrecht (inks) & Mark McKenna (inks)
Appearances: Katherine “Kathy” Ling; Anastasia “Stasi” Inyushin; Dr. Lucian Ballad; Mr. Pippin (introduction)
Brief synopsis: At Bethesda Naval Hospital outside Washington D.C., Kathy and Anastasia are treated by Dr. Lucian Ballad. When a paranormal named Pippin runs wild, Kathy blasts him with her powers. Over Kathy’s objections, Ballad has Stasi help treat his injuries.
References: As noted on page 1:1, pages 1 through 6 take place on March 8, 1988.

Flashback (4:1-4:6)
Appearances: Kathy Ling; Stasi Inyushin; Potiphar (villain)
Brief synopsis: After Kathy is shot by Potiphar, Stasi heals her injuries in the ambulance.
References: Flashback takes place immediately after Kathy is shot in PF 19.

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SBRAND 15
Published: September 1988

First story
Written by John Byrne; Drawn by John Byrne (breakdowns), Chris Ivy (finishes) & Tom Morgan (finishes)
Appearances: the Star Child; Colonel Browning; Roger Price; Jacob Burnley (introduction); Billy Burnley (introduction, cameo); Ken Connell; Myron Feldman (as ghost)
Brief synopsis: The Star Child destroys the massive Pitt creature after it begins growing out of the Pitt, but regrets having to kill a unique lifeform. While riding his motorcycle, Ken Connell laughs over his choice to give up the Star Brand and determines to get it back. However, Myron’s spirit appears and causes him to drive off the side of a cliff.
References: Pages 1 through 22 take place some time after previous issue.

Second story
Written by Eric Siry; Drawn by Rod Ramos (penciler) & Donald Hudson (inker)
Appearances: Leland Sharp [Shrapnel] (villain); Rory Ramos (introduction); Lt. Hudson (introduction); Ivy (introduction)
Brief synopsis: Leland “Shrapnel” Sharp attempts to cross the border into Canada to avoid the draft. Soldier Rory Ramos stops him from escaping using his paranormal power and decides to join the military’s paranormal forces.
References: Pages 1 through 6 take place some time after the Draft.

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Chronology entries:
Anderson, Cpl. Richie
{PF 23 (1:1-3:5)}
PF 23 (9:1-15:5)
PF 23 (17:5-21:5)
[…]

Ballad, Dr. Lucian
NMASK 12
*JUSTICE 23/2
[…]

Barrett, Chris
{DRAFT (7:1-11:5)}
DRAFT (21:1-25:8)
DRAFT (26:1-42:5)~DP7 22 (8:1-22:3)
DRAFT (42:6-44:5)
*PF 23 (1:1-3:5)
*DP7 23 (7:1-9:5)-BTS~*PF 23 (11:4-15:5)
[…]

Bazooka/Frye, Dwight
DP7 21
*DRAFT (26:1)~*DP7 22 (8:1)
*DP7 22 (12:1-13:2)
*DRAFT (29:5-31:3)~*DP7 22 (14:1-15:6)
*DP7 23 (1:1-3:7)
*PF 23 (1:1-3:5)
*DP7 23 (7:1-9:5)~*PF 23 (11:4-15:5)
*PF 23 (21:5)
[…]

Beck, Charlotte/Friction
DP7 21 (3:2-3:3)-FB
DP7 21
*DP7 23 (13:6-14:3)-FB
*DP7 23 (11:1-18:4)
[…]

Boyd, Thomas
PF 19
*PF 22
*DP7 23 (1:1-3:7)
*PF 23 (1:1-3:5)
*PF 23 (9:1-11:4)
*DP7 23 (7:1-9:6)~*PF 23 (11:5-15:5)
*PF 23 (16:1-22:4)
[…]

Browning, Colonel MacIntyre
JUSTICE 22
*SBRAND 15
[…]

Burnley, Billy
{SBRAND 15}
[…]

Burnley, Jacob
{SBRAND 15}
[…]

Chafin, Captain
{JUSTICE 21}
JUSTICE 22
JUSTICE 23
[…]

Chauncy, Agent
{JUSTICE 19}
*JUSTICE 23
[…]

Connell, Ken
SBRAND 14
*SBRAND 15
[…]

Coojeeshiscue
*{PF 23 (6:1-7:6)}
[…]

Crawley, Michael
DP7 21
*DP7 23 (19:1-27:5)
[…]

Creeping Crud
{JUSTICE 23}
[…]

Cuzinski, Dennis “Scuzz”/Scorcher
DP7 21
*DP7 23 (19:1-27:5)
[…]

Dehman
*{PF 23 (6:1-7:6)}
[…]

Dobish, C.I.A. Agent
*DP7 23 (13:6-14:3)-FB
*{DP7 23 (11:1-17:5)}
[…]

Falmon, Lindsey
PF 21
*PF 23 (4:1-5:6)
*PF 23 (10:1-11:4)
*DP7 23 (7:1-9:6)~*PF 23 (11:5-15:5)
*PF 23 (16:1-22:4)
[…]

Feldman, Myron
SBRAND 13 (4:5-7:6)-FB
*SBRAND 15
[…]

Fenzl, Lenore/Twilight
DP7 21 (3:2-3:3)-FB
DP7 21
*DP7 23 (13:6-14:3)-FB
*DP7 23 (11:1-18:4)
*DP7 23 (28:2-28:4)
[…]

Galt
{JUSTICE 21}
JUSTICE 23
[…]

Haldeman, Sgt. Gerard
{DRAFT (2:1-6:6)}
DRAFT (26:1-36:3)~DP7 22 (7:6-17:4)
DRAFT (36:4-36:7)
DRAFT (42:6-43:4)
DP7 23 (1:1-3:7)
PF 23 (1:1-3:5)
[…]

Hanneman, Heather
DP7 21
*DP7 23 (19:1-27:5)
[…]

Harrington, Ben
DP7 21
*DP7 23 (20:2-20:4)
[…]

Harrington, Chuck
DP7 21
*DP7 23 (19:1-28:4)
[…]

Harrington, Stephanie
DP7 21
*DP7 23 (21:2-28:4)
[…]

Huebner, Evan
DP7 21
*DP7 23 (19:1-27:5)
[…]

Inyushin, Anastasia “Stasi”
PF 19
*JUSTICE 23/2 (4:1-4:6)-FB
*JUSTICE 23/2
[…]

Jessup, Tyrone
PF 21
*PF 23 (4:1-5:6)
*PF 23 (10:1-11:4)
*DP7 23 (7:1-9:6)~*PF 23 (11:5-15:5)
*PF 23 (16:1-22:4)
[…]

Justice/Tensen, John
JUSTICE 22
*JUSTICE 23
[…]

Landers, David/Mastodon
DP7 21
*DP7 22 (6:2-7:6)
*DRAFT (26:1-40:7)~*DP7 22 (8:1-19:6)
*DP7 23 (1:1-3:7)
*PF 23 (1:1-3:5)
*DP7 23 (4:1-6:8)
*PF 23 (9:1-11:4)
*DP7 23 (7:1-9:5)~*PF 23 (11:5-15:5)
*DP7 23 (15:6)
*PF 23 (20:2-21:5)
*DP7 23 (10:1-10:6)
*DP7 23 (24:6-27:6)
[…]

Ling, Kathy
PF 19
*JUSTICE 23/2 (4:1-4:6)-FB
*JUSTICE 23/2
[…]

Magniconte, Captain Jack/the All-American
DP7 21/2 (3:4-4:6)-FB
DP7 21/2
DP7 21
*DP7 22 (5:4-7:5)
[…]

Martin
{PF 22/2}
[…]

Mathe, C.I.A. Agent
{DP7 23 (11:1-13:4)}
[…]

Mengeling, Garth
{DRAFT (12:1-16:8)}
DRAFT (26:1-42:5)~DP7 22 (8:1-22:3)
DP7 22 (22:4-22:5)
DRAFT (42:6-44:5)
*DP7 23 (1:1-3:7)-BTS
*PF 23 (1:1-3:5)
*DP7 23 (7:1-9:5)~*PF 23 (11:4-15:5)
[…]

Mook, Harlan
{DRAFT (17:1-20:6)}
DRAFT (26:1-42:5)~DP7 22 (8:1-22:3)
DRAFT (42:6-46:1)
[…]

Morse, Miriam/Playback
JUSTICE 22
*JUSTICE 23
[…]

Mothball/Larsen, Joel
DP7 21
*DP7 23 (19:1-27:5)
[…]

Mutator/Mullaney, George
DP7 21 (3:2-3:3)-FB
DP7 21
*PF 22/2 (3:5)-FB
*PF 22/2
[…]

O’Brien, Randy/Antibody
DP7 21
*DRAFT (26:1-40:7)~*DP7 22 (8:1-19:6)
*DP7 23 (4:1-4:6)
[…]

Pasko, Victor/Kleenex
JUSTICE 22
*JUSTICE 23
[…]

Pippin
*{JUSTICE 23/2}
[…]

Pit Bull/Picaro, Gaylord
DP7 21
*DP7 22 (6:2-7:6)
*DRAFT (26:1-42:5)~*DP7 22 (8:1-22:3)
*DP7 22 (22:4-22:5)
*DP7 23 (1:1-3:7)
*PF 23 (1:1-3:5)
*DP7 (4:4)
*DP7 23 (7:1-9:5)~*PF 23 (11:4-15:5)
*PF 23 (21:5)
[…]

Potiphar
PF 19
*JUSTICE 23/2 (4:1-4:6)-FB
[…]

Price, Roger
SBRAND 14
*SBRAND 15
[…]

Ramos, Rory
{SBRAND 15/2}
[…]

Reagan, Ronald
DP7 21
*DRAFT (44:4-45:5)
[…]

Remsen, Keith/Nightmask
JUSTICE 15
*DRAFT (1:1-6:6)
*PF 22
*DP7 22 (1:1-5:5)
*DP7 22 (17:5-19:1)
*DRAFT (37:1-39:7)
*DP7 23 (5:1-6:8)
*DP7 23 (10:1-10:6)
[…]

Rodstvow
PF 20 (11:1-13:2)-FB
PF 20
*PF 23 (8:1-8:12)
[…]

Shepalev, Gennadi
{PF 17}
*PF 23 (6:1-7:6)
[…]

Shivowtnoeh
*{PF 23 (6:1-7:6)}
[…]

Shrapnel/Leland Sharp
DP7 6-FB
{DP7 2}
DP7 3
*SBRAND 15/2
[…]

Sillatochca
*{PF 23 (6:1-7:6)}
[…]

Sponge/Sorensen, Merriam
DP7 20
*DP7 23 (11:1-18:4)
[…]

Squirm
DP7 21
*DP7 23 (19:1-27:5)
[…]

Star Child
{SBRAND 13}~SBRAND 14 (11:1-11:4)-FB
SBRAND 14
*SBRAND 15
[…]

Stevenson, Annie
DP7 21
*DP7 23 (19:1-27:5)
[…]

Swensen, Jenny
PF 20/2 (3:6)-FB
*DP7 23 (15:2-17:5)
[…]

Tensen, Angela
JUSTICE 22
*JUSTICE 23
[…]

Tucker, Wayne
PF 21
*PF 23 (4:1-5:6)
*PF 23 (10:1-11:4)
*DP7 23 (7:1-9:6)~*PF 23 (11:5-15:5)
*PF 23 (16:1-22:4)
[…]

Updike, Terrance
JUSTICE 22
*JUSTICE 23
[…]

Vladimiroff, Serge
PF 17
*PF 23 (6:1-7:6)
[…]

Walters, Jeffrey/Blur
DP7 21
*DP7 22 (1:1-7:6)
*DRAFT (26:1-42:5)~*DP7 22 (8:1-22:3)
*DP7 22 (22:4-22:5)
*DRAFT (42:6-44:3)
*DP7 22 (23:1-25:3)
*DP7 23 (1:1-3:7)
*PF 23 (1:1-3:5)
*DP7 23 (7:1-9:5)~*PF 23 (11:4-15:5)
*DP7 23 (9:6)
*PF 23 (18:6-19:2)
[…]

Zentner, Lieutenant Edward
DP7 21
Zentner, Major Edward
*DRAFT (26:3-27:5)~*DP7 22 (8:1-10:3)
*DP7 22 (10:4-10:7)
*DP7 23 (10:1-10:6)
*DP7 23 (22:5-27:6)
[…]

Zotov, Anya
{PF 17}
*PF 23 (6:1-7:6)
[…]
-Dan

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