History Comicbook / DeathsHead

10th Nov '16 10:37:35 AM Morgenthaler
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31st Jul '16 10:13:21 AM nombretomado
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-->'''Geoff Senior:''' "He really was the ultimate intergalactic, time and space hopping, hitch-hiker of the Marvel Universe playing a role kind of similar, in some respects, to Lobo in DCComics."

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-->'''Geoff Senior:''' "He really was the ultimate intergalactic, time and space hopping, hitch-hiker of the Marvel Universe playing a role kind of similar, in some respects, to Lobo in DCComics.Creator/DCComics."
31st Dec '15 12:46:36 AM Anddrix
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-->'''Geoff Senior:''' "He really was the ultimate intergalactic, time and space hopping, hitch-hiker of the Marvel Universe playing a role kind of similar, in some respects, to {{Lobo}} in DCComics."

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-->'''Geoff Senior:''' "He really was the ultimate intergalactic, time and space hopping, hitch-hiker of the Marvel Universe playing a role kind of similar, in some respects, to {{Lobo}} Lobo in DCComics."
19th Dec '15 5:28:04 PM nombretomado
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His appearances have included crossovers with the [[Franchise/TransformersGeneration1 G1 Transformers]] (in ''Comicbook/TheTransformers''), ''Series/DoctorWho'' (in the ''Magazine/DoctorWhoMagazine'' comic strips), the ComicBook/FantasticFour, SheHulk, and ComicBook/IronMan 2020. He starred in a ten-issue comic book series in 1988, along with a graphic novel (''Death's Head: The Body In Question''), assorted stories in ''Strip'' magazine, and several reprint compilations.

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His appearances have included crossovers with the [[Franchise/TransformersGeneration1 G1 Transformers]] (in ''Comicbook/TheTransformers''), ''Series/DoctorWho'' (in the ''Magazine/DoctorWhoMagazine'' comic strips), the ComicBook/FantasticFour, SheHulk, ComicBook/SheHulk, and ComicBook/IronMan 2020. He starred in a ten-issue comic book series in 1988, along with a graphic novel (''Death's Head: The Body In Question''), assorted stories in ''Strip'' magazine, and several reprint compilations.
14th Nov '15 3:53:11 PM nombretomado
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* FollowTheLeader: Death's Head II's design is clearly meant to invoke the RobLiefeld style popularized during UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks.

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* FollowTheLeader: Death's Head II's design is clearly meant to invoke the RobLiefeld Creator/RobLiefeld style popularized during UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks.
3rd Nov '15 7:25:40 PM Drancron
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** It's not just a fan theory in S.W.O.R.D. - not only is it set before Death's Head was shrunk to human size, but it's even set before his Transformers appearances - Beast suggests that instead of 'Bounty Hunter' or 'Personal Recovery Specialist', Death's Head should call himself a 'Freelance Peacekeeping Agent'. Death's Head likes the term.
3rd Nov '15 4:06:11 PM Drancron
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Death's Head's first published appearance was in ''Transformers UK'' #113 (May, 1987)[[note]]He first appeared in the one-page story "High Noon Tex" to ensure the character rights remained with Marvel, but the story was not published until after his ''Transformers'' debut.[[/note]] when he was contracted by various Transformers to assassinate members of the opposing faction. During a battle between the Transformers and Unicron, Death's Head fell into a time portal and crashed into [[Series/DoctorWho the Doctor]]'s TARDIS. In defense, the Doctor (then in [[Creator/{{Sylvester McCoy}} his seventh incarnation]]) shrank him to human size and sent him off through time, leading to a confrontation with the Dragon's Claws, a futuristic militia group. Though nearly destroyed in battle, Death's Head was recovered and rebuilt by a [[MrFixit tinkerer]] named Spratt. After settling his score with the Dragon's Claws, Death's Head (with Spratt in tow) left to resume business as a [[BountyHunter Freelance Peacekeeping Agent]].

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Death's Head's first published appearance was in ''Transformers UK'' #113 (May, 1987)[[note]]He first appeared in the one-page story "High Noon Tex" to ensure the character rights remained with Marvel, but the story was not published until after his ''Transformers'' debut.[[/note]] 1987) when he was contracted by various Transformers to assassinate members of the opposing faction. During a battle between the Transformers and Unicron, Death's Head fell into a time portal and crashed into [[Series/DoctorWho the Doctor]]'s TARDIS. In defense, the Doctor (then in [[Creator/{{Sylvester McCoy}} his seventh incarnation]]) shrank him to human size and sent him off through time, leading to a confrontation with the Dragon's Claws, a futuristic militia group. Though nearly destroyed in battle, Death's Head was recovered and rebuilt by a [[MrFixit tinkerer]] named Spratt. After settling his score with the Dragon's Claws, Death's Head (with Spratt in tow) left to resume business as a [[BountyHunter Freelance Peacekeeping Agent]].
Agent]]. In September of 1988, Death's Head appeared in the one-page story "High Noon Tex" to ensure the character rights remained with Marvel before his ongoing series.
3rd Nov '15 1:13:17 PM rjung
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Death's Head's first published appearance was in ''Transformers UK'' #113 (May, 1987) when he was contracted by various Transformers to assassinate members of the opposing faction. During a battle between the Transformers and Unicron, Death's Head fell into a time portal and crashed into [[Series/DoctorWho the Doctor]]'s TARDIS. In defense, the Doctor (then in [[Creator/{{Sylvester McCoy}} his seventh incarnation]]) shrank him to human size and sent him off through time, leading to a confrontation with the Dragon's Claws, a futuristic militia group. Though nearly destroyed in battle, Death's Head was recovered and rebuilt by a [[MrFixit tinkerer]] named Spratt. After settling his score with the Dragon's Claws, Death's Head (with Spratt in tow) left to resume business as a [[BountyHunter Freelance Peacekeeping Agent]].

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Death's Head's first published appearance was in ''Transformers UK'' #113 (May, 1987) 1987)[[note]]He first appeared in the one-page story "High Noon Tex" to ensure the character rights remained with Marvel, but the story was not published until after his ''Transformers'' debut.[[/note]] when he was contracted by various Transformers to assassinate members of the opposing faction. During a battle between the Transformers and Unicron, Death's Head fell into a time portal and crashed into [[Series/DoctorWho the Doctor]]'s TARDIS. In defense, the Doctor (then in [[Creator/{{Sylvester McCoy}} his seventh incarnation]]) shrank him to human size and sent him off through time, leading to a confrontation with the Dragon's Claws, a futuristic militia group. Though nearly destroyed in battle, Death's Head was recovered and rebuilt by a [[MrFixit tinkerer]] named Spratt. After settling his score with the Dragon's Claws, Death's Head (with Spratt in tow) left to resume business as a [[BountyHunter Freelance Peacekeeping Agent]].
2nd Nov '15 11:26:58 PM Drancron
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To ensure the character rights would remain with Marvel instead of Creator/{{Hasbro}}, Death's Head's first published appearance was in ''Transformers UK'' #113 (May, 1987) when he was contracted by various Transformers to assassinate members of the opposing faction. During a battle between the Transformers and Unicron, Death's Head fell into a time portal and crashed into [[Series/DoctorWho the Doctor]]'s TARDIS. In defense, the Doctor (then in [[Creator/{{Sylvester McCoy}} his seventh incarnation]]) shrank him to human size and sent him off through time, leading to a confrontation with the Dragon's Claws, a futuristic militia group. Though nearly destroyed in battle, Death's Head was recovered and rebuilt by a [[MrFixit tinkerer]] named Spratt. After settling his score with the Dragon's Claws, Death's Head (with Spratt in tow) left to resume business as a [[BountyHunter Freelance Peacekeeping Agent]].

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To ensure the character rights would remain with Marvel instead of Creator/{{Hasbro}}, Death's Head's first published appearance was in ''Transformers UK'' #113 (May, 1987) when he was contracted by various Transformers to assassinate members of the opposing faction. During a battle between the Transformers and Unicron, Death's Head fell into a time portal and crashed into [[Series/DoctorWho the Doctor]]'s TARDIS. In defense, the Doctor (then in [[Creator/{{Sylvester McCoy}} his seventh incarnation]]) shrank him to human size and sent him off through time, leading to a confrontation with the Dragon's Claws, a futuristic militia group. Though nearly destroyed in battle, Death's Head was recovered and rebuilt by a [[MrFixit tinkerer]] named Spratt. After settling his score with the Dragon's Claws, Death's Head (with Spratt in tow) left to resume business as a [[BountyHunter Freelance Peacekeeping Agent]].
2nd Nov '15 8:18:52 PM Drancron
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To ensure the character rights would remain with Marvel instead of Creator/{{Hasbro}}, Death's Head's first published appearance was in the short backup story, "High Noon Tex" (1987). Death's Head first appeared canonically in ''Transformers UK'' #113 (May, 1987) when he was contracted by various Transformers to assassinate members of the opposing faction. During a battle between the Transformers and Unicron, Death's Head fell into a time portal and crashed into [[Series/DoctorWho the Doctor]]'s TARDIS. In defense, the Doctor (then in [[Creator/{{Sylvester McCoy}} his seventh incarnation]]) shrank him to human size and sent him off through time, leading to a confrontation with the Dragon's Claws, a futuristic militia group. Though nearly destroyed in battle, Death's Head was recovered and rebuilt by a [[MrFixit tinkerer]] named Spratt. After settling his score with the Dragon's Claws, Death's Head (with Spratt in tow) left to resume business as a [[BountyHunter Freelance Peacekeeping Agent]].

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To ensure the character rights would remain with Marvel instead of Creator/{{Hasbro}}, Death's Head's first published appearance was in the short backup story, "High Noon Tex" (1987). Death's Head first appeared canonically in ''Transformers UK'' #113 (May, 1987) when he was contracted by various Transformers to assassinate members of the opposing faction. During a battle between the Transformers and Unicron, Death's Head fell into a time portal and crashed into [[Series/DoctorWho the Doctor]]'s TARDIS. In defense, the Doctor (then in [[Creator/{{Sylvester McCoy}} his seventh incarnation]]) shrank him to human size and sent him off through time, leading to a confrontation with the Dragon's Claws, a futuristic militia group. Though nearly destroyed in battle, Death's Head was recovered and rebuilt by a [[MrFixit tinkerer]] named Spratt. After settling his score with the Dragon's Claws, Death's Head (with Spratt in tow) left to resume business as a [[BountyHunter Freelance Peacekeeping Agent]].
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