History ComicBook / Shadowpact

13th Oct '16 1:45:55 PM Tron80
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* SuddenSequelHeelSyndrome: Linda Danvers, who became Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} for a while and retired from superheroics after ''Many Happy Returns'', returns transformed into a vengeful "Fallen Angel".

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* SuddenSequelHeelSyndrome: Linda Danvers, who became Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} for a while and retired from superheroics after ''Many Happy Returns'', ''Comicbook/ManyHappyReturns'', returns transformed into a vengeful "Fallen Angel".
9th Oct '16 12:44:15 PM Tron80
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* SuddenSequelHeelSyndrome: Linda Danvers, who retired from superheroics after ''Many Happy Returns'', returns transformed into a vengeful "Fallen Angel".

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* SuddenSequelHeelSyndrome: Linda Danvers, who became Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} for a while and retired from superheroics after ''Many Happy Returns'', returns transformed into a vengeful "Fallen Angel".



* WolverinePublicity: {{Superman}} appears in the first issue. Unfortunately, he's supposed to be depowered at the time it's set.

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* WolverinePublicity: {{Superman}} Franchise/{{Superman}} appears in the first issue. Unfortunately, he's supposed to be depowered at the time it's set.
3rd Oct '16 7:54:47 AM XSpectreGreyX
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** Given what happened to her at the end of her series, it's not that hard to imagine she'd be a little pissed off. And besides, ''Reign in Hell'' opened with the Shadowpact attacking her with no provocation other than she was deemed too dangerous to be left to her own devices.
17th Feb '14 4:57:31 PM FirebirdMaximus
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* RhymesOnADime: Occurs when Blue Devil is promoted to a Rhyming Class demon.
24th Jan '14 11:59:39 AM LadyMomus
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(Incidentally, ''Day of Judgement'', the 1999 CrisisCrossover by Creator/GeoffJohns that ''Day of Vengeance'' was a sequel to, introduced a team called Sentinels of Magic that included Enchantress, Blue Devil and Ragman, together with other magical characters such as ComicBook/{{Zatanna}}, MadameXanadu and the GoldenAge GreenLantern. This team made one subsequent appearance (''JLA: Black Baptism'') and was then never mentioned again.)

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(Incidentally, ''Day of Judgement'', the 1999 CrisisCrossover by Creator/GeoffJohns that ''Day of Vengeance'' was a sequel to, introduced a team called Sentinels of Magic that included Enchantress, Blue Devil and Ragman, together with other magical characters such as ComicBook/{{Zatanna}}, MadameXanadu ComicBook/MadameXanadu and the GoldenAge GreenLantern. This team made one subsequent appearance (''JLA: Black Baptism'') and was then never mentioned again.)
22nd Jan '14 11:42:59 AM LadyMomus
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The Shadowpact is a DCComics team that was introduced in the ''InfiniteCrisis'' miniseries ''Day of Vengeance'' as a hastily assembled group of supernatural heroes banding together to stop TheSpectre from destroying magic. Jim Rook coins the name Shadowpact, and a conversation between ThePhantomStranger and the wizard {{Shazam}} reveals that [[OrderReborn there have been many magical teams by that name]], and all have been failures.

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The Shadowpact is a DCComics Creator/DCComics team that was introduced in the ''InfiniteCrisis'' ''ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis'' miniseries ''Day of Vengeance'' as a hastily assembled group of supernatural heroes banding together to stop TheSpectre ComicBook/TheSpectre from destroying magic. Jim Rook coins the name Shadowpact, and a conversation between ThePhantomStranger ComicBook/ThePhantomStranger and the wizard {{Shazam}} ComicBook/{{Shazam}} reveals that [[OrderReborn there have been many magical teams by that name]], and all have been failures.



ThePhantomStranger, while not a member of the team, took an interest in them, and was shown as the comic's narrator.

(Incidentally, ''Day of Judgement'', the 1999 CrisisCrossover by Creator/GeoffJohns that ''Day of Vengeance'' was a sequel to, introduced a team called Sentinels of Magic that included Enchantress, Blue Devil and Ragman, together with other magical characters such as {{Zatanna}}, MadameXanadu and the GoldenAge GreenLantern. This team made one subsequent appearance (''JLA: Black Baptism'') and was then never mentioned again.)

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ThePhantomStranger, ComicBook/ThePhantomStranger, while not a member of the team, took an interest in them, and was shown as the comic's narrator.

(Incidentally, ''Day of Judgement'', the 1999 CrisisCrossover by Creator/GeoffJohns that ''Day of Vengeance'' was a sequel to, introduced a team called Sentinels of Magic that included Enchantress, Blue Devil and Ragman, together with other magical characters such as {{Zatanna}}, ComicBook/{{Zatanna}}, MadameXanadu and the GoldenAge GreenLantern. This team made one subsequent appearance (''JLA: Black Baptism'') and was then never mentioned again.)
15th Jan '14 7:22:33 AM LadyMomus
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* BlueDevil: Still using demonic powers to fight crime, and now worried that he was a walking FamilyUnfriendlyAesop.

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* BlueDevil: ComicBook/BlueDevil: Still using demonic powers to fight crime, and now worried that he was a walking FamilyUnfriendlyAesop.



* Zauriel: An angel, formerly a member of ''JusticeLeagueOfAmerica'', who is commanded to join the team while Blue Devil seeks repentence.

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* Zauriel: An angel, formerly a member of ''JusticeLeagueOfAmerica'', who is commanded to join the team while Blue Devil seeks repentence.
repentance.



(Incidentally, ''Day of Judgement'', the 1999 CrisisCrossover by GeoffJohns that ''Day of Vengeance'' was a sequel to, introduced a team called Sentinels of Magic that included Enchantress, Blue Devil and Ragman, together with other magical characters such as {{Zatanna}}, MadameXanadu and the GoldenAge GreenLantern. This team made one subsequent appearance (''JLA: Black Baptism'') and was then never mentioned again.)

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(Incidentally, ''Day of Judgement'', the 1999 CrisisCrossover by GeoffJohns Creator/GeoffJohns that ''Day of Vengeance'' was a sequel to, introduced a team called Sentinels of Magic that included Enchantress, Blue Devil and Ragman, together with other magical characters such as {{Zatanna}}, MadameXanadu and the GoldenAge GreenLantern. This team made one subsequent appearance (''JLA: Black Baptism'') and was then never mentioned again.)



* DarkIsNotEvil: Nightshade, Blue Devil, and Ragman

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* DarkIsNotEvil: Nightshade, Blue Devil, and RagmanRagman.



* LukeYouAreMyFather: [[spoiler: Jack of Fire turns out to be BlueDevil's brother.]]

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* LukeYouAreMyFather: [[spoiler: Jack of Fire turns out to be BlueDevil's ComicBook/BlueDevil's brother.]]
28th Jul '13 1:59:07 PM Willbyr
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[[caption-width-right:316:Clockwise from bottom Left: Enchantress, Blue Devil, Jim Rook, Nightshade, Ragman, Detective Chimp. ]]

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[[caption-width-right:316:Clockwise from bottom Left: Enchantress, Blue Devil, Jim Rook, Nightshade, Ragman, Detective Chimp. ]]]]



They went on to star in their own series, which ran for 25 issues, in which they faced a powerful wizard called Dr Gotham, who was summoning a being called the Sun King. Both ''Day of Vengeance'' and the subsequent series were written by Bill Willingham, best known for ''{{Fables}}''.

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They went on to star in their own series, which ran for 25 issues, in which they faced a powerful wizard called Dr Gotham, who was summoning a being called the Sun King. Both ''Day of Vengeance'' and the subsequent series were written by Bill Willingham, best known for ''{{Fables}}''.
''ComicBook/{{Fables}}''.






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7th Dec '12 6:29:00 AM Austin
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* Warlock's Daughter: the former apprentice of a magical villain from Willingham's run on ''[[{{Batman}} Rob]][[Characters/{{Batman}} in]]''.

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* Warlock's Daughter: the former apprentice of a magical villain from Willingham's run on ''[[{{Batman}} Rob]][[Characters/{{Batman}} in]]''.''[[ComicBook/RobinSeries Robin]]''.
4th Sep '12 4:03:07 PM mlsmithca
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* DidNotDoTheResearch: Ragman is jewish, and Jews don't believe in heaven, though there is a belief in an afterlife[[hottip:*:Although what exactly lies after life is unknown. All mentions of an afterlife in religious texts are incredibly vague, due to Judaism's focus on the Earthly plane. Also, some texts refer to reincarnation instead of an afterlife.]]
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