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Christopher Columbus and Queen Isabella I

Post by vanhornluke » Fri Aug 25, 2017 1:48 pm

MYSTERY TALES #35 (Nov 1955)

1st Story:
By ?

APPEARANCES:
Dan Foresby, Jim Bradbury, Ed, movers, cops, 609 Hollow Grove

SYNOPSIS:
A new highway is going to be built, so private property is seized through eminent domain and condemned. Dan Foresby doesn’t want his house, 609 Hollow Grove, destroyed, so he hires movers to transport it to another property. The next morning, Dan wakes up and sees that somehow the house has moved during the night to yet another location. This continues for several nights, each morning finding the house somewhere else. Eventually the house moves back to its original location. Not wanting to deal with it, the highway is built around the house rather than demolishing it.

2nd Story:
By ?

APPEARANCES:
Fred Healy, Betty Healy, Pop

SYNOPSIS:
Fred and Betty Healy move into an apartment, along with Betty’s dad, Pop, who can’t live alone anymore. They notice a battered old, dirty rug left by the previous tenants. Betty wants to get rid of the rug, but Pop insists on keeping it for himself. He volunteers to take it to the roof and beat the dirt out of it. After a while, Fred and Betty are concerned that Pop hasn’t returned, but he eventually calls them from another town, informing them that the rug is magic and he flew it. They don’t believe him, even when he returns, but when the telephone operator calls and explains that they’ll have to take a long distance charge for their last phone call, they realize Pop was telling the truth.

3rd Story:
By Tom Sawyer

APPEARANCES:
Partygoers, Mr. Drexel, Jarvis, Ken

SYNOPSIS:
An alien attends a costume party, but he’s unable to create an original costume, so he copies someone else’s. Unfortunately, the party has a rule that every costume must be unique. He keeps duplicating other costumes, but always raises suspicion when looking exactly like everyone else. When a guest’s diamond necklace goes missing, he is suspected, since the guests don’t know him. He refuses to be searched and leaves (and the guest finds the necklace simply fell into her dress). Reporting back to his ship, he explains that humans don’t like to be copied, so aliens should simply approach them in their natural appearance.

NOTE:
The butler at the party is named Jarvis.

4th Story:
By ?

APPEARANCES:
Joseph Harlin, Prof. Norton, Hendrick, crowds, Christopher Columbus, Queen Isabella I

SYNOPSIS:
Prof. Norton is informed by his doctor that he is sick and has only about three months to live. He decides that instead of dying as an obscure history professor that he would like to somehow make a mark in history. When his colleague, Hendrick, tells him that he has completed work on a time machine, but that he doesn’t want to announce his success until an upcoming conference, Norton decides to use the machine to travel back in time and accomplish an historic feat before the famous historical figure was able to do so. He decides he will discover the Americas before Columbus, so he travels back in time to Portugal in 1490. Unfortunately, he is unable to convince anyone to finance the expedition. Eventually, ranting to a crowd about undiscovered wealthy lands in the west, he dies. However, in the crowd was Christopher Columbus. He is intrigued by the old man’s claims and decides to take up his cause, eventually meeting Queen Isabella I.

NOTE:
Hendrick’s time machine worked, so I wonder what happened to it.

5th Story:
By Carl Wessler

APPEARANCES:
Larry Watts, Lewis Franklin, Mr. Howard, Everett Franklin

SYNOPSIS:
Larry Watts hears that Lewis Franklin, an old man, is dying. He decides he will impersonate Franklin’s only son, Everett, who is the sole heir to the $10,000,000 fortune. He sneaks into Franklin’s house and steals a picture so that he knows what Everett looks like. He then goes to a plastic surgeon and pays to have himself surgically altered to resemble the photo. The photo is of a very ugly man, but Watts reasons that with all that money he won’t care if he’s ugly. After the procedure he goes to Franklin’s estate, but Franklin’s lawyer immediately can tell that he’s a conman. The photo he stole wasn’t of Everett Franklin, but rather of Lewis when he was a younger man. Everett enters the room and Watts sees that Everett is a near-duplicate of Watts before the plastic surgery!

6th Story:
By ?

APPEARANCES:
Mr. Manning, Lewis, Dr. Lawrence

SYNOPSIS:
Lewis mans the radar in an air-traffic control tower. On foggy nights a strange, ghostly plane keeps showing up on radar, but it can’t be contacted. The number on the tail, XL-2 should identify it, but when Lewis tracks down who owns that plane, the owner says it’s still in the hangar. One foggy night, a pilot risks flying in the fog to deliver rare blood packets a baby in town needs to survive. He has trouble and almost crashes into a hangar, but then safely lands. At the same time, a plane crashes elsewhere at the airport. Investigating, they see that the plane has the same number, XL-2, as the one the pilot just flew in on. Lewis realizes that the phantom plane had been waiting on foggy nights for this flight so that it could take the place of the pilot who was supposed to crash in order to save the blood, and thereby the baby.

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Re: Christopher Columbus and Queen Isabella I

Post by vanhornluke » Fri Aug 25, 2017 1:49 pm

ASTONISHING #47 (Mar 1956)

1st Story:
By ?

APPEARANCES:
Alfie, Luml, Xrytl, reporter, Rover

SYNOPSIS:
A reporter gets his car stuck in the mud during a rainstorm, so he walks to a nearby farmhouse and asks for some help. The farmers agree to help when the rain stops, and in the meantime offer to show him the alien spaceship that’s in their barn. The reporter humors them, thinking it’s all a gag, until he sees the ship and meets the aliens, Luml and Xrytl. They came to study some farm animals and quickly fly off in their ship. The reporter wishes he had some sort of proof that aliens landed, and the farmers offer to give him the bones from some strange animals the aliens offered as food. The reporter is thrilled, but when they re-enter the farmhouse they see Rover had climbed on the table and eaten the bones.

2nd Story:
By ?

APPEARANCES:
Bill Benson, J.B. White, sailors

SYNOPSIS:
Bill Benson hates his job at the foundry, but he likes to spend his free time at the docks just watching the waves. One day, he notices a bottle with a note inside. The writer of the note says he’s been captured and being held against his will on one of the docks. Bill decides to investigate and the finds the dock abandoned, but there are signs of a struggle. Inside a pillowcase he finds another note saying that the prisoner is being taken out to a private yacht. Bill grabs a rowboat and goes out to the yacht, but he’s quickly overpowered and captured. The owner of the yacht explains that he is the owner of a large shipping business and he’s looking for a new dock manager. He’d noticed Bill many times, so he know Bill liked the water. He wanted to test Bill’s ingenuity and sense of fairness, so he concocted the whole kidnapping scheme and had the bottle sent to Bill. He offers bill a job, and Bill quickly agrees.

3rd Story:
By ?

APPEARANCES:
Al Benton, Greek soldiers, Richard the Lionheart, English knights, Christopher Columbus, Norman Hale

FLASHBACKS:
Norman Hale was with the Greeks when they stormed the Labyrinth at Gnossos, in Rome when it burned, marched with Richard the Lionheart in the Crusades, and sailed across the Atlantic with Columbus.
SYNOPSIS:
Reporter Al Benton is tasked with getting the life story of the author Norman Hale, a phenomenal new writer of historical fiction. His readers are amazed at his details, almost as if he’d been at the events he describes. Hale is somewhat of a recluse, but Benton eventually tracks him down in the mountains at a hunting cabin. Hale tells his story, explaining that he’s lived over two-thousand years and participated in many historical events. Knowing no one will believe Benton if he reports on what he’s learned, Hale walks away to adopt yet another new identity.

NOTE:
This story is already listed in the chronologies for Hale and Richard the Lionheart, but not any of the other characters.

4th Story:
By ?

APPEARANCES:
Restaurant patrons, Bob Hawks, pedestrians, Fat Man

SYNOPSIS:
Reporter Bob Hawks sees a fat man gorging himself at a restaurant. When he’s done eating, the man weighs himself and when he sees that he’s 250 pounds, he breathes a sigh of relief and says he’s “safe.” Curious, Hawks follows the man around, noticing that the man takes notes in an unfamiliar language on the behaviors of people he sees. He also frequently enters restaurants and stuffs his face with fattening foods. Eventually, Hawks wants answers and so he prevents several restaurants from feeding the man by pretending to be the man’s doctor. The man finally gives in and explains that he’s from Saturn and that he needs to keep his weight up because he’s used to a heavier gravitational pull. Hawks doesn’t believe him until he notices that the man has started to float off the ground because he’s lost weight while talking to him.

NOTE:
The text in the story doesn’t name the alien, but the title of the story calls him “The Fat Man,” so that’s what I’ll use to label him in the chronologies below.

5th Story:
By ?

APPEARANCES:
Emily, Emily’s mother

SYNOPSIS:
Emily keeps getting in trouble, and her mother has finally had it. She says Emily won’t be able to go out on Halloween, but Emily cries, saying she’s been looking forward to it since it’s the only day they go riding. Emily’s mother relents, and on Halloween they ride their broomsticks into the night sky.

6th Story:
By Carl Wessler

APPEARANCES:
Prof. Dubois, Battling Botts/Irwin Botts, Mickey Davis, Pete Jordan, Kid Rogan

SYNOPSIS:
Irwin Botts is tired of being so timid, so he hires Prof. Dubois to hypnotize him into becoming confident. A side-effect of this is that Botts discovers he’s an excellent boxer. Dubois becomes Botts’s manager and hypnotizes him before each match to be fearless. Botts wins every match until he becomes middle-weight champion. Dubois decides to cash in and bets everything against Botts at his next match, refusing to hypnotize him before it begins. Botts wins anyway and Dubois is bankrupt. He doesn’t need to be hypnotized anymore, since he’s found his inner courage.

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Re: Christopher Columbus and Queen Isabella I

Post by vanhornluke » Fri Aug 25, 2017 1:51 pm

BOB MARLEY, TALE OF THE TUFF GONG, BOOK ONE: IRON (Aug 1994)

1st Story:
By Charles E. Hall

APPEARANCES:
Omeriah Malcolm, Cedella Marley/Cedella Booker, Robert (Bob) Nesta Marley, Nimble (donkey), revelers, Bunny Livingston, chicken, Miss Grey, crowds, Desmond Dekker, Peter McIntosh, Junior Braithwaite, Alvin “Seeco” Patterson, Jimmy Chambers/Jimmy Cliff, Leslie Kong, Wailers, Coxsone Dodd, Rita Anderson, Lash LaRue, Georgie, Tata, Joe Higgs, Emperor Haile Selassie I, Selassie’s entourage, dog, Jamaican Labor Party, Peoples National Party, rioters, Mortimo Planno, Sharon, Cedella Marley, Alan “Skill” Cole

SYNOPSIS:
A depiction of Bob Marley’s life from when he was born to when he became a young father and new celebrity.

NOTE:
MCP has included this series on its list of non-616 stories, but for no good reason as far as I can tell, since it fits in just fine with 616 continuity.

2nd Story:
By Charles E. Hall

APPEARANCES:
Emperor Haile Selassie I, Arawak people, Christopher Columbus, British pirates, British soldiers, Spanish soldiers, slaves, Maroons, plantation owners, George Liele, churchgoers, Samuel Sharpe, George William Gordon, Paul Bogle, horses, Marcus Mosiah Garvey, Universal Negro Improvement Association, lions, Leonard Howell, Rastafarians, cops

SYNOPSIS:
A history of Jamaica and Rastafarianism.


BOB MARLEY, TALE OF THE TUFF GONG, BOOK TWO: LION (Mar 1995)
By Charles E. Hall

APPEARANCES:
Bob Marley, pedestrians, Peter Tosh, Rita Marley, Mortimo Planno, Rastas, Johnny Nash, Danny Sims, Bunny Livingston, Leslie Kong, Toots Hibbert, Joe Higgs, Aston Barrett, David Nesta “Ziggy” Marley, Carlton Barrett, Upsetters, Lee “Scratch” Perry, Rabbit Bundrick, Chris Blackwell, Marcia Griffiths, Tyrone Downie, Seeco Patterson, cops, Michael Manley, Sly and the Family Stone, Sly Stone, Lee Jaffee, Don Taylor, Al Anderson, Judy Mowatt, Earl “Chinna” Smith, Don Kinsey, Neville Garrick, Cat Goore, Cedella Booker

SYNOPSIS:
Continuing the life of Bob Marley.

NOTE:
One of Marley’s daughters appears in a panel, but we’re never told which one it is, so I can’t include that appearance in the chronologies below. Also, a third issue in this series was announced, but apparently it was never released, since I can’t seem to find much info about it.

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Re: Christopher Columbus and Queen Isabella I

Post by vanhornluke » Fri Aug 25, 2017 1:55 pm

COMEDY COMICS VOL. 2 #10 (Jun 1942)

1st Story:
By Art Helfant

APPEARANCES:
Otto, Pop, Ma, cigar shop proprietor

SYNOPSIS:
Otto requests money from his dad for a date, and then the dad goes to a cigar shop. While there he decides to play a pin-ball machine and does so well he wins the machine and takes it home.

2nd Story:
By Art Helfant

APPEARANCES:
Otto, Ma, violin teacher

SYNOPSIS:
Otto takes his first violin lesson, but he gets in an argument with the teacher over baseball players, so they go to a game to settle the dispute.

3rd Story:
By Art Helfant

APPEARANCES:
Otto, violin teacher, Pop

SYNOPSIS:
Otto practices violin, but he’s terrible, and the noise annoys both his dad and a neighbor.

4th Story:
By Art Helfant

APPEARANCES:
Otto, Pop, gym patrons

SYNOPSIS:
Otto has joined a gym. After his workout he finds that his street clothes have been taken, so he wears a sandwich board home.

5th Story:
By Art Helfant

APPEARANCES:
Otto, Pop

SYNOPSIS:
Otto gets into an argument with his dad over smoking cigars.

6th Story:
By ?

APPEARANCES:
Daffy, Duffy, Dr. Slognotti, Prof. Pilfer, asylum patients, Pilfer’s daughter

SYNOPSIS:
Daffy and Duffy, private investigators, are hired by a woman to clear her father of theft charges. Unfortunately, he really is a kleptomaniac.

7th Story:
By ?

APPEARANCES:
Daffy, Duffy, Slippery Sam

SYNOPSIS:
Daffy and Duffy track down Slippery Sam, but they’re too dumb to realize that his story of abuse as a child is just a distraction so he can tie them up and escape.

8th Story:
By ?

APPEARANCES:
Daffy, Duffy, Hugo Snatchem, Mrs. Hugo Snatchem

SYNOPSIS:
Daffy and Duffy are hired to find Mrs. Hugo Snatchem’s missing black pearls. Daffy thinks he finds them, but he’s too dumb to know that he’s looking at caviar instead of pearls.

9th Story:
By ?

APPEARANCES:
Daffy, Duffy, townspeople, young lovers, spies

SYNOPSIS:
Daffy and Duffy read in the paper that two spies, a man and a woman, are loose in the city. They try to keep their eyes out for them, but the spies could be anywhere, even right under their noses.

10th Story:
By ?

APPEARANCES:
Daffy, Duffy, man and wife

SYNOPSIS:
Daffy and Duffy offer to help a man catch the Monster of Scraggly Moors, which he says is loose. Duffy thinks he’s caught the monster, but it’s just the man’s wife.

11th Story:
By ?

APPEARANCES:
Archie the Gruesome, Big Joe, firefighters, concertgoers, mayor, governor

SYNOPSIS:
Archie is a street sweeper with a fondness for heroes, especially Captain America. Big Joe is also a street sweeper, but he’s envious of Archie’s route, since Archie’s streets always have less trash to clean up than Joe’s. He tries to forcibly make Archie switch streets with him, but Archie’s fisticuff skills stun Big Joe. Seeking revenge, Joe sends in a false fire alarm on one of Archie’s streets, hoping to get Archie in trouble. However, by sheer coincidence there is a fire on that street and Archie saves a woman, becoming a public hero. Joe keeps trying various schemes to get back at Archie, but they all backfire. He takes some consolation, though, when Archie has to clean up all the confetti after a parade for the governor.

12th Story:
By ?

APPEARANCES:
Nazis, Fourth Musketeer, horse, bank robbers, bank customers, cops, Paul Krantz, anti-Nazi meeting attendees, Anti-Nazi League

SYNOPSIS:
The ghost of the Fourth Musketeer rises from the grave and resumes a life of flesh in order to defend democracy and liberty from the scourge of the Nazis. Traveling to the U.S., he takes out a Nazi cell attempting to change American public opinion about the Nazis.

NOTE:
According to the official index entry for Avengers #200: D’Artagnan (musketeer, last in MClas #12, ’76, possibly chr next as Fourth Musketeer in Comedy #10, ’42).” This makes sense and seems to have been the intention of whoever the author was (else why call the character specifically the “fourth” rather than something like “The Musketeer”?), so that’s what I’m going to go with, but, of course, MCP is free to disagree.

13th Story:
By ?

APPEARANCES:
Monstro the Mighty, U.S. Army, Hook, Maj. Crash, Little Poison, Roman soldiers, French soldiers, Napoleon Bonaparte, Mars, Nazi agents

FLASHBACKS:
Monstro learns war serving in Caesar’s Gallic Wars, then with El Cid, Joan of Arc, and Napoleon, before he tires of war. His father, Mars, is infuriated and hits him over the head so hard that he travels through time to the 20th century.
SYNOPSIS:
Monstro causes destruction and panic on the east coast of the U.S. until Maj. Crash is able to talk with him. Monstro is tired of war and doesn’t want to hurt anyone. Little Poison, a Nazi agent, escapes Crash’s custody with a top secret coding device, so Monstro helps Crash track down and capture her.

NOTE:
No explanation is provided for why Monstro is a giant in the 20th century, since he clearly isn’t one in the past. I missed this story when I broke down all of Napoleon’s appearances. Also, I don’t know enough about Mars’ (Ares) history to be able to place this flashback appearance of him. Hopefully someone else can do so for me. It would be listed as COMEDYC2 10/13 (4:9)-FB.

14th Story:
By ?

APPEARANCES:
Sandy Skinose

SYNOPSIS:
Sandy Skinose, private eye, has a dream about being hired by an eccentric rich man to find his ivory bean shooter.

NOTE:
Sandy apparently has an assistant named Tubby Watts, but he only appears in Sandy’s dream, so that’s not a real appearance.

15th Story:
By ?

APPEARANCES:
Nazis, Maxie Stein, Victor, Gus Weber, Warren Zumwald, Hans Brauer, Kurt Erzberger, Corp. Braemer, Victory Boys

SYNOPSIS:
Victor meets the Victory Boys, a group of orphans hiding from the Nazis. They volunteer to help Victor rescue his father from a Nazi camp before his execution the next morning. The sneak into the camp, beat up a bunch of Nazis, and succeed in escaping with Victor’s dad. The dad says he has to return to the fight, but Victor decides to stay with the Victory Boys and fight the Nazis their own way.

NOTE:
Yikes! Maxie is one vicious, messed-up little kid. The Victory Boys have another appearance in USA Comics #5. Hopefully someone will break down that issue soon.

16th Story:
By?

APPEARANCES:
Kid Columbus, pedestrian, Spanish townspeople, Queen Isabella I, King Ferdinand II, courtiers, Alfonso Amigez, minions

SYNOPSIS:
A man in Brooklyn reads a magic book that includes a formula for time travel. He decides to try it out and finds himself transported back in time to Spain, 1492. Since he’s so odd to the people of the time, he’s brought to King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella. He adopts the moniker “Kid Columbus” and explains that he is from the future, introducing various futuristic items like cigarette lighters and harmonicas to them. They are impressed and ask him to introduce more stuff from the future, and so Spain soon has newspapers, taxis, pin-ball machines, and baseball. This makes him an enemy of the court magician, Alfonso Amigez, so Amigez has the Kid knocked out and pressganged into the crew of an exploration vessel, the Venturo. The Kid remembers from his history that the Venturo was lost, so he’s concerned about what he may face soon.

NOTE:
This is a funky one. It’s kinda hard to believe that all those futuristic inventions Kid Columbus introduces would be forgotten, but I suppose that’s not too hard to swallow (much stranger things have happened in 616 stories). The Kid refers to Captain America as a real person, so that should dispel doubts that this is a 616 story. To my knowledge, this was the only Kid Columbus story, so we never found out what happened to the Venturo.

17th Story:
By Reney

APPEARANCES:
U.S. Army, Wheezy, Pvt. Breezy

SYNOPSIS:
Wheezy is a dog who lives at a U.S. Army camp with Private Breezy. He’s not allowed in the mess hall, but Breezy and the Sarge both sneak food for him.

18th Story:
By Reney

APPEARANCES:
U.S. Army, Wheezy, captain’s dog, Pvt. Breezy

SYNOPSIS:
Wheezy gets in a fight with the captain’s dog, and when the dog tries to run away, Wheezy fights the captain, too. Of course, he gets in trouble.

NOTE:
Wheezy and the captain’s dog are apparently both able to think and speak in English. This isn’t unprecedented, though, since Top Dog and Heathcliff are two other 616 animal characters that can speak English (or maybe I should say that Wheezy and the captain’s dog are the precedents for Top Dog and Heathcliff!).

19th Story:
By Reney

APPEARANCES:
Wheezy, U.S. Army, Pvt. Breezy

SYNOPSIS:
The sarge tells some grunts, including Pvt. Breezy, to fill up a truck with sand and bring it back. Wheezy goes along and tries to help, since he can dig, but he just gets in the way. On the way back Wheezy distracts Breezy and he accidentally runs over the Sarge’s foot and dumps some sand on him, resorting in a punishment of having to peal potatoes.

20th Story:
By Reney

APPEARANCES:
Wheezy, U.S. Army, squirrel, Pvt. Breezy

SYNOPSIS:
Wheezy chases a squirrel out on the shooting range. Pvt. Breezy and the Sarge rush out on the range to try to grab Wheezy away from the danger, but they crash into each other. Wheezy is put in a cage to keep in out of trouble.

21st Story:
By Reney

APPEARANCES:
Pvt. Breezy, U.S. Army, Wheezy

SYNOPSIS:
Wheezy gets everyone in trouble by interrupting their handshakes.

22nd Story:
By Art Gates

APPEARANCES:
Squirrels (baseball team), Donkeys (baseball team), Cannonball Brown, fans, shark, Buggsy Boodle, Freddie, Boris Bombovitch

SYNOPSIS:
Cannonball brown is the best baseball player ever. The outfielders have to stand miles away in order to have any chance of catching one of his hits. Buggsy Boodle was the hot player until Cannonball showed up, so he contrives to have Boris Bombovitch added to an opposing team as a pitcher. When Cannonball’s turn to bat comes up, Bombovitch is substituted in and he throws a bomb for the first pitch. It explodes, blowing up the stadium and cooking a ham Cannonball had in his pocket.

NOTE:
This is fairly absurd and requires too much suspension of disbelief to be classified as 616. It seems to fit better with the stories in Crazy or Not Brand Echh than 616, so I’m going to say it’s an alternate reality story.

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Re: Christopher Columbus and Queen Isabella I

Post by vanhornluke » Fri Aug 25, 2017 1:56 pm

I don’t understand why Columbus wasn’t listed when Indestructible Hulk #14 was added to MCP. I’ve rectified that below.

Chronologies:

609 HOLLOW GROVE
MYSTT 35

ALFIE
ASTON 47

AMIGEZ, ALFONSO
COMEDYC2 10/16

ANDERSON, AL
BOBMARTTG2L

ARCHIE THE GRUESOME (rename to this from just “Archie”)
*[COMEDYC 10/3] (delete)
*COMEDYC2 10/11 (add)
ALLWS:BH 3-FB
ALLWS:BH 4-FB
ALLWS:BH 5-FB

ARES
See note above for Comedy Comics vol. 2 #10, story 13.

BARRETT, ASTON
BOBMARTTG2L

BARRETT, CARLTON
BOBMARTTG2L

BATTLING BOTTS/IRWIN BOTTS
ASTON 47/6

BENSON, BILL
ASTON 47/2

BENTON, AL
ASTON 47/3

BIG JOE
COMEDYC2 10/11

BLACKWELL, CHRIS
BOBMARTTG2L (17:2-17:4)-FB
BOBMARTTG2L

BOGLE, PAUL
BOBMARTTG1I/2

BONAPARTE, NAPOLEON
MANCOM 22/2 (2:2)-FB
MANCOM 22/2 (2:3)-FB
MANCOM 22/2 (2:4)-FB
MANCOM 22/2 (2:5-2:6)-FB
MANCOM 22/2 (2:7-3:3)-FB
MANCOM 22/2 (3:4-3:6)-FB
MANCOM 22/2 (3:7-7:3)-FB
MANCOM 22/2
MANCOM 23/2 (1-4:1)
AHA 3/2
MANCOM 23/2 (4:2-6)
TTA 13/4
*COMEDYC2 10/13 (4:7)-FB (add)
M/TALES 139/3
BATTLE 44/4
MANCOM 24/3 (1-3)
MANCOM 24/3 (4-6) ~ CK 33/3 ~BATTLEGR 12/4
{RRAVENC 1/6}

BOOKER, CEDELLA MALCOLM
BOBMARTTG1I
BOBMARTTG2L

BRADBURY, JIM
MYSTT 35

BRAEMER
COMEDYC2 10/15

BRAITHWAITE, JUNIOR
BOBMARTTG1I

BRAUER, HANS
COMEDYC2 10/15

BREEZY
COMEDYC2 10/17
COMEDYC2 10/18
COMEDYC2 10/19
COMEDYC2 10/20
COMEDYC2 10/21

BUNDRICK, RABBIT
BOBMARTTG2L

CLIFF, JIMMY/JIMMY CHAMBERS
BOBMARTTG1I

COLE, ALAN “SKILL”
BOBMARTTG1I

COLUMBUS, CHRISTOPHER
MYSTT 35/4
INDH 14
ASTON 47/3 (5:4)-FB
BOBMARTTG1I/2

CRASH
COMEDYC2 10/13

D’ARTAGNAN
A 200-FB
*COMEDYC2 10/12 (add)

DAFFY
COMEDYC2 10/6
COMEDYC2 10/7
COMEDYC2 10/8
COMEDYC2 10/9
COMEDYC2 10/10

DAVIS, MICKEY
ASTON 47/6

DEKKER, DESMOND
BOBMARTTG1I

DODD, COXSONE
BOBMARTTG1I

DOWNIE, TYRONE
BOBMARTTG2L

DREXEL
MYSTT 35/3

DUBOIS
ASTON 47/6

DUFFY
COMEDYC2 10/6
COMEDYC2 10/7
COMEDYC2 10/8
COMEDYC2 10/9
COMEDYC2 10/10

ED
MYSTT 35

EMILY
ASTON 47/5

EMPEROR HAILE SELASSIE I
BOBMARTTG1I/2 (6:2)-FB
BOBMARTTG1I/2 (6)
BOBMARTTG1I ~ BOBMARTTG1I/2 (8)

ERZBERGER, KURT
COMEDYC2 10/15

FAT MAN
ASTON 47/4

FORESBY, DAN
MYSTT 35

FRANKLIN, EVERETT
MYSTT 35/5

FRANKLIN, LEWIS
MYSTT 35/5

GARRICK, NEVILLE
BOBMARTTG2L

GARVEY, MARCUS MOSIAH
BOBMARTTG1I/2

GEORGIE
BOBMARTTG1I

GOORE, CAT
BOBMARTTG2L

GORDON, GEORGE WILLIAM
BOBMARTTG1I/2

GREY
BOBMARTTG1I

GRIFFITHS, MARCIA
BOBMARTTG2L

HARLIN, JOSEPH
MYSTT 35/4

HAWKS, BOB
ASTON 47/4

HEALY, BETTY
MYSTT 35/2

HEALY, FRED
MYSTT 35/2

HENDRICK
MYSTT 35/4

HIBBERT, TOOTS
BOBMARTTG2L

HIGGS, JOE
BOBMARTTG1I
BOBMARTTG2L

HOOK
COMEDYC2 10/13

HOWARD
MYSTT 35/5

HOWELL, LEONARD
BOBMARTTG1I/2

JAFFEE, LEE
BOBMARTTG2L

JARVIS
MYSTT 35/3

JORDAN, PETE
ASTON 47/6

KEN
MYSTT 35/3

KID COLUMBUS
COMEDYC2 10/16

KID ROGAN
ASTON 47/6

KING FERDINAND II
COMEDYC2 10/16

KINSEY, DON
BOBMARTTG2L

KONG, LESLIE
BOBMARTTG1I
BOBMARTTG2L

KRANTZ, PAUL
COMEDYC2 10/12

LARUE, LASH
BOBMARTTG1I

LAWRENCE
MYSTT 35/6

LEWIS
MYSTT 35/6

LIELE, GEORGE
BOBMARTTG1I/2

LITTLE POISON
COMEDYC2 10/13

LIVINGSTON, BUNNY
BOBMARTTG1I
BOBMARTTG2L

LUML
ASTON 47

MALCOLM, OMERIAH
BOBMARTTG1I

MANLEY, MICHAEL
BOBMARTTG2L

MANNING
MYSTT 35/6

MARLEY, ALPHARITA ANDERSON
BOBMARTTG1I
BOBMARTTG2L

MARLEY, CEDELLA
BOBMARTTG1I

MARLEY, DAVID NESTA “ZIGGY”
BOBMARTTG2L

MARLEY, ROBERT “BOB” NESTA
BOBMARTTG1I
BOBMARTTG2L

MCINTOSH, PETER
BOBMARTTG1I
BOBMARTTG2L

MONSTRO THE MIGHTY
COMEDYC2 10/13 (4:3-4:10)-FB
COMEDYC2 10/13

MOWATT, JUDY
BOBMARTTG2L

NASH, JOHNNY
BOBMARTTG2L

NIMBLE
BOBMARTTG1I

NORTON
MYSTT 35/4

OTTO
COMEDYC2 10
COMEDYC2 10/2
COMEDYC2 10/3
COMEDYC2 10/4
COMEDYC2 10/5

PATTERSON, ALVIN “SEECO”
BOBMARTTG1I
BOBMARTTG2L

PERRY, LEE “SCRATCH”
BOBMARTTG2L

PILFER
COMEDYC2 10/6

PLANNO, MORTIMO
BOBMARTTG1I
BOBMARTTG2L

PRENDERGAST, SHARON MARLEY
BOBMARTTG1I

QUEEN ISABELLA I
MYSTT 35/4
{COMEDYC2 10/16}

ROVER
ASTON 47

SHARPE, SAMUEL
BOBMARTTG1I/2

SIMS, DANNY
BOBMARTTG2L

SKINOSE, SANDY
COMEDYC2 10/14

SLIPPERY SAM
COMEDYC2 10/7

SLOGNOTTI
COMEDYC2 10/6

SMITH, EARL “CHINNA”
BOBMARTTG2L

SNATCHEM, HUGO
COMEDYC2 10/8

SNATCHEM, MRS. HUGO
COMEDYC2 10/8

STEIN, MAXIE
COMEDYC2 10/15

STONE, SLY
BOBMARTTG2L

TATA
BOBMARTTG1I

TAYLOR, DON
BOBMARTTG2L

VICTOR
COMEDYC2 10/15

WATTS, LARRY
MYSTT 35/5

WEBER, GUS
COMEDYC2 10/15

WHEEZY
COMEDYC2 10/17
COMEDYC2 10/18
COMEDYC2 10/19
COMEDYC2 10/20
COMEDYC2 10/21

WHITE, J.B.
ASTON 47/2

XRYTL
ASTON 47

ZUMWALD, WARREN
COMEDYC2 10/15


UNNUMBERED ALTERNATE EARTH:

BOMBOVITCH, BORIS
COMEDYC2 10/22

BOODLE, BUGGSY
COMEDYC2 10/22

BROWN, CANNONBALL
COMEDYC2 10/22

FREDDIE
COMEDYC2 10/22
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Re: Christopher Columbus and Queen Isabella I

Post by Russ Chappell » Fri Aug 25, 2017 2:45 pm

vanhornluke wrote:
Fri Aug 25, 2017 1:56 pm
I don’t understand why Columbus wasn’t listed when Indestructible Hulk #14 was added to MCP.
Indestructible Hulk #14 hasn't been added to the MCP.

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Re: Christopher Columbus and Queen Isabella I

Post by vanhornluke » Fri Aug 25, 2017 4:24 pm

Really? I thought I saw it listed in the Hulk's chronology.

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Re: Christopher Columbus and Queen Isabella I

Post by Russ Chappell » Fri Aug 25, 2017 7:59 pm

You probably did, but it's enclosed in square brackets.

From the Key:
Key wrote:An appearance in brackets indicates that the story has not been fully analyzed, and only this appearance is noted.

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Re: Christopher Columbus and Queen Isabella I

Post by vanhornluke » Sat Aug 26, 2017 12:01 pm

Ah, I'd somehow missed that. Thanks.

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