History ComicBook / Marvel1602

15th Jan '17 9:40:15 AM nombretomado
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* SeriesContinuityError: Shakespeare first becomes interested in a certain character as a writing partner when she uses the "damned be he who first cries 'hold enow'" line which would end up in {{Macbeth}}, which starts him looking for a pen, even though that line is ''the first one he says in the series''.

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* SeriesContinuityError: Shakespeare first becomes interested in a certain character as a writing partner when she uses the "damned be he who first cries 'hold enow'" line which would end up in {{Macbeth}}, ''Theatre/{{Macbeth}}'', which starts him looking for a pen, even though that line is ''the first one he says in the series''.
15th Dec '16 9:38:01 PM Doug86
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** It's also possibly implied that [[spoiler:history eventually corrected itself to the point that WorldWarII starts off as normal. Meaning that ''everything'' Rojhaz has done to prevent his world from coming to be was all for nothing]].

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** It's also possibly implied that [[spoiler:history eventually corrected itself to the point that WorldWarII UsefulNotes/WorldWarII starts off as normal. Meaning that ''everything'' Rojhaz has done to prevent his world from coming to be was all for nothing]].
7th Dec '16 7:03:45 PM DustSnitch
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* ApocalypticLog: [[spoiler: Doctor Strange]], once he's sentenced to death.

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* ApocalypticLog: [[spoiler: Doctor [[spoiler:Doctor Strange]], once he's sentenced to death.



* {{Badass}}: Sir Nicholas Fury and Matthew Murdock "The Bard".
3rd Dec '16 2:05:38 PM BiffJr
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* AlienSpaceBats: The universe was normal until superheroes started appearing in it four hundred years too early. Yes, the dinosaurs are "normal". Dinos and prehistoric beasts really DID roam the lands a little before the colonists arrived in official Earth-616 canon. In fact, the Savage Land still has dinosaurs.

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* AlienSpaceBats: The universe was normal until superheroes started appearing in it four hundred years too early. Yes, the dinosaurs are "normal". Dinos and prehistoric beasts really DID roam the lands a little before the colonists arrived in official Earth-616 canon. [[note]] In fact, the Savage Land still has dinosaurs.dinosaurs. [[/note]]
2nd Nov '16 10:14:15 PM DustSnitch
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* BiggerBad: [[spoiler: The Purple Man is responsible for the dimensional rip that endangers the multiverse, but caused it by accident and never affects the story directly.]]



* {{Elseworld}}

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* FantasyAmericana

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* GreaterScopeVillain: [[spoiler: The Purple Man is responsible for the dimensional rip that endangers the multiverse, but caused it by accident and never affects the story directly.]]
26th Oct '16 8:52:49 PM PaulA
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* RunningGag: Matthew Murdoch being offered money to ''stop'' singing, [[Franchise/SpiderMan Peter Parquah]] messing around with spiders.

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Matthew Murdoch being offered money to ''stop'' singing, singing.
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[[Franchise/SpiderMan Peter Parquah]] messing around with spiders.
26th Oct '16 8:50:31 PM PaulA
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The original mini-series has had several follow-ups by other writers, focusing on particular (sets of) characters. ''1602: A New World'' by Greg Pak, which introduces [[ComicBook/IronMan Lord Iron]], ''[[ComicBook/FantasticFour Fantastick Four]] 1602'' by PeterDavid, and ''Spider-Man 1602'' by Jeff Parker. There was also a ''Comicbook/{{Hulk}} 1602 ''story in ''Hulk: Broken Worlds'', a two-issue anthology book about alternate Hulks.

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The original mini-series has had several follow-ups by other writers, focusing on particular (sets of) characters. ''1602: A New World'' by Greg Pak, which introduces [[ComicBook/IronMan Lord Iron]], ''[[ComicBook/FantasticFour Fantastick Four]] 1602'' by PeterDavid, Creator/PeterDavid, and ''Spider-Man 1602'' by Jeff Parker. There was also a ''Comicbook/{{Hulk}} 1602 ''story in ''Hulk: Broken Worlds'', a two-issue anthology book about alternate Hulks.
21st Oct '16 7:53:39 AM VoxAquila
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* CutShort: Gaiman had larger plans for the title than the miniseries format allowed him to realize; thus the final issue is rather abrupt and open-ended.
31st Jul '16 10:58:29 PM MikeW
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* SamusIsAGirl: When Angel asks about "John Grey," Cyclops yells to just drop the act as everyone knows it's "Jean" Grey. When Angel stumbles on the name, a stunned Cyclops realizes Angel honestly couldn't tell "James" was Jean in men's clothing and a cap.
31st Jul '16 12:32:04 PM nombretomado
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** Also, instead of being able to turn into sand, the Sandman in this continuity is an albino with power over dreams, much like another [[ComicBook/TheSandman Sandman]] from a [[DCComics Different Company]]. It's a bit of an in-joke, considering [[Creator/NeilGaiman who wrote the original series]].

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** Also, instead of being able to turn into sand, the Sandman in this continuity is an albino with power over dreams, much like another [[ComicBook/TheSandman Sandman]] from a [[DCComics [[Creator/DCComics Different Company]]. It's a bit of an in-joke, considering [[Creator/NeilGaiman who wrote the original series]].
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