History ComicBook / TheLegendOfTheChaosGod

4th Aug '16 12:22:02 PM MarkLungo
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An epic five-part comic story that ran in ''Magazine/DisneyAdventures'' in the later half of 1994, '''''The Legend of the Chaos God''''' (written by Bobbi J.G. Weiss and David Cody Weiss and illustrated by Cosme Quartieri) features a CrossThrough linking together [[TheDisneyAfternoon Disney Afternoon]] shows ''WesternAnimation/{{TaleSpin}}'', ''[[WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers]]'', ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop'', ''WesternAnimation/{{DuckTales}}'', and ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck''. The magazine started publishing the comic following Marv Wolfman's departure as the comics editor and at the start of Heidi [=MacDonald's=] run in that position. While Disney likely intended to build up to and commemorate the magazine's 50th issue, the comic ended one issue later than planned. Despite that little delay, numerous Disney Afternoon fans still think of this comic as the magazine's [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome magnum opus]].

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An epic five-part comic story that ran in ''Magazine/DisneyAdventures'' in the later half of 1994, '''''The Legend of the Chaos God''''' (written by Bobbi J.G. Weiss and David Cody Weiss and illustrated by Cosme Quartieri) features a CrossThrough linking together [[TheDisneyAfternoon Disney Afternoon]] ''WesternAnimation/TheDisneyAfternoon'' shows ''WesternAnimation/{{TaleSpin}}'', ''[[WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers]]'', ''WesternAnimation/TaleSpin'', ''WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers'', ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop'', ''WesternAnimation/{{DuckTales}}'', ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'', and ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck''. The magazine started publishing the comic following Marv Wolfman's departure as the comics editor and at the start of Heidi [=MacDonald's=] run in that position. While Disney likely intended to build up to and commemorate the magazine's 50th issue, the comic ended one issue later than planned. Despite that little delay, numerous Disney Afternoon fans still think of this comic as the magazine's [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome magnum opus]].
4th Aug '16 11:45:44 AM Morgenthaler
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An epic five-part comic story that ran in ''DisneyAdventures'' in the later half of 1994, '''''The Legend of the Chaos God''''' (written by Bobbi J.G. Weiss and David Cody Weiss and illustrated by Cosme Quartieri) features a CrossThrough linking together [[TheDisneyAfternoon Disney Afternoon]] shows ''WesternAnimation/{{TaleSpin}}'', ''[[WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers]]'', ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop'', ''WesternAnimation/{{DuckTales}}'', and ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck''. The magazine started publishing the comic following Marv Wolfman's departure as the comics editor and at the start of Heidi [=MacDonald's=] run in that position. While Disney likely intended to build up to and commemorate the magazine's 50th issue, the comic ended one issue later than planned. Despite that little delay, numerous Disney Afternoon fans still think of this comic as the magazine's [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome magnum opus]].

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An epic five-part comic story that ran in ''DisneyAdventures'' ''Magazine/DisneyAdventures'' in the later half of 1994, '''''The Legend of the Chaos God''''' (written by Bobbi J.G. Weiss and David Cody Weiss and illustrated by Cosme Quartieri) features a CrossThrough linking together [[TheDisneyAfternoon Disney Afternoon]] shows ''WesternAnimation/{{TaleSpin}}'', ''[[WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers]]'', ''WesternAnimation/GoofTroop'', ''WesternAnimation/{{DuckTales}}'', and ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck''. The magazine started publishing the comic following Marv Wolfman's departure as the comics editor and at the start of Heidi [=MacDonald's=] run in that position. While Disney likely intended to build up to and commemorate the magazine's 50th issue, the comic ended one issue later than planned. Despite that little delay, numerous Disney Afternoon fans still think of this comic as the magazine's [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome magnum opus]].



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18th Jun '15 7:02:47 PM TheMysteriousH
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Fifty years later, a lucky fisherman finds the crystal and brings it to the museum where the gold setting now resides (as it turns out, [[WesternAnimation/DuckTales Scrooge McDuck]] donated it after he found it during a diving expedition). Fat Cat and his cronies sneak into the museum later that evening to steal the crystal, and while foiling his plans, the [[WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers Rescue Rangers]] have a brush with Solego, who nearly manages to escape his 'prison' by possessing Dale and Fat Cat. A well-timed electric shock to Fat Cat keeps Solego's two halves apart, and the Rescue Rangers have a pair of crows carry the crystal and the gold setting in different directions to keep them separated.

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[[TimeSkip Fifty years later, later]], a lucky fisherman finds the crystal and brings it to the museum where the gold setting now resides (as it turns out, [[WesternAnimation/DuckTales Scrooge McDuck]] donated it after he found it during a diving expedition). Fat Cat and his cronies sneak into the museum later that evening to steal the crystal, and while foiling his plans, the [[WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers Rescue Rangers]] have a brush with Solego, who nearly manages to escape his 'prison' by possessing Dale and Fat Cat. A well-timed electric shock to Fat Cat keeps Solego's two halves apart, and the Rescue Rangers have a pair of crows carry the crystal and the gold setting in different directions to keep them separated.



* TimeSkip: ''WesternAnimation/TaleSpin'' (the setting for Chapter 1) takes place in the 1920's, whereas the rest of the story takes place in the modern day. As a result, the Potsherd who provides most of the exposition in Chapters 4 and 5 is the original's son.
18th Jun '15 7:01:48 PM TheMysteriousH
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* TimeSkip: ''WesternAnimation/TaleSpin'' (the setting for Chapter 1) takes place in the 1920's, whereas the rest of the story takes place in the modern day. As a result, the Potsherd who provides most of the exposition in Chapters 4 and 5 is the original's son.
1st Jun '15 5:49:08 PM DynamiteXI
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* CoversAlwaysLie: The title pages in the first four parts each feature a character with glowing eyes, indicating that Solego is possessing them in the story: Rebecca in Part 1, Dale in Part 2, Pete in Part 3, and Gizmoduck in Part 4. However, Pete is never possessed, and while Solego does take over the Gizmo suit Fenton quickly gets kicked out.

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* CoversAlwaysLie: The title pages in the first four parts each feature a character with glowing eyes, indicating that Solego is possessing them in the story: Rebecca in Part 1, Dale in Part 2, Pete in Part 3, and Gizmoduck in Part 4. However, Pete is never possessed, possessed; and while Solego does take over the Gizmo suit Gizmosuit, Fenton quickly gets kicked out.
31st May '15 10:52:46 AM MarkLungo
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Many centuries later, archaeologist and professor Simon Potsherd removes the two artifacts from the jade block and fixes a chain to the crystal for handling. He arranges to have both artifacts transported to [[WesternAnimation/{{TaleSpin}} Cape Suzette]], but the gold setting ends up lost in the ocean, and an ordeal at Higher For Hire arises when Solego’s spirit possesses Rebecca Cunningham via the crystal. After a minor tussle, Baloo and Kit drop the crystal deep into the ocean.

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Many centuries later, archaeologist and professor Simon Potsherd removes the two artifacts from the jade block and fixes a chain to the crystal for handling. He arranges to have both artifacts transported to [[WesternAnimation/{{TaleSpin}} Cape Suzette]], but the gold setting ends up lost in the ocean, and an ordeal at Higher For Hire arises when Solego’s spirit possesses Rebecca Cunningham via the crystal. After a minor tussle, Rebecca is freed, and Baloo and Kit drop the crystal deep into the ocean.
31st May '15 10:51:50 AM MarkLungo
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* CoversAlwaysLie: The title pages in the first four parts each feature a character with glowing eyes, indicating that Solego is possessing them in the story: Rebecca in Part 1, Dale in Part 2, Pete in Part 3, and Gizmoduck in Part 4. Pete however is never possessed, and while Solego does take over the Gizmo suit Fenton quickly gets kicked out.

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* CoversAlwaysLie: The title pages in the first four parts each feature a character with glowing eyes, indicating that Solego is possessing them in the story: Rebecca in Part 1, Dale in Part 2, Pete in Part 3, and Gizmoduck in Part 4. However, Pete however is never possessed, and while Solego does take over the Gizmo suit Fenton quickly gets kicked out.



*** Several other Rescue Rangers comics in the magazine that weren't part of the story arc also used anthropomorphic animals as well. Maybe that was just the case for the Disney Adventures version.
** Further muddying things up is the fact that Gadget later cameos in the 2010 ComicBook/DarkwingDuck comic book series.

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*** Several other Rescue Rangers ''Rescue Rangers'' comics in the magazine that weren't part of the story arc also used anthropomorphic animals as well. Maybe that was just the case for the Disney Adventures ''Disney Adventures'' version.
** Further muddying things up is the fact that Gadget later cameos in the 2010 ComicBook/DarkwingDuck ''ComicBook/DarkwingDuck'' comic book series.


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31st May '15 1:41:40 AM MisterCPC
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* CoversAlwaysLie: The title pages in the first four parts each feature a character with glowing eyes, indicating that Solego is possessing them in the story: Rebecca in Part 1, Dale in Part 2, Pete in Part 3, and Gizmoduck in Part 4. Pete however is never possessed, and while Solego does take over the Gizmo suit Fenton quickly gets kicked out.
18th Dec '14 3:29:51 PM Nerrin
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** Simon Potsherd, the archaeologist. "Potsherd" is an archaeological term for, well, shards of pottery. They tend to survive surprisingly long (especially in middens) and are some of the most common physical artifacts to come from many ancient sites.
21st Oct '14 6:51:59 PM CaptainTedium
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* LargeHam: Solego. See HannibalLecture above for but one example.

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* LargeHam: Solego. See HannibalLecture above for but one example.
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