History Comicbook / DemonKnights

8th Jan '17 4:56:54 PM nombretomado
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After a prologue establishing ComicBook/MadameXanadu's and ComicBook/{{Etrigan}}'s roles in the last days of KingArthur, the story skips forward a few centuries. Xanadu and Jason o' the Blood visit a small village in Europe, where they meet VandalSavage, [[ComicBook/SevenSoldiers the Shining Knight]], a Saracen inventor named Al Jabr and an Amazon warrior named Exoristos. They join forces when the Questing Queen and her [[TheHorde horde]] attacks the village on its way to sack the nearby city of Alba Sarum. In defending the village, they meet the Horsewoman, who has been protecting it, and afterwards embark on other quests together; some for the nobility of assisting those in need, some for profit, and some for reasons all their own.

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After a prologue establishing ComicBook/MadameXanadu's and ComicBook/{{Etrigan}}'s roles in the last days of KingArthur, the story skips forward a few centuries. Xanadu and Jason o' the Blood visit a small village in Europe, where they meet VandalSavage, ComicBook/VandalSavage, [[ComicBook/SevenSoldiers the Shining Knight]], a Saracen inventor named Al Jabr and an Amazon warrior named Exoristos. They join forces when the Questing Queen and her [[TheHorde horde]] attacks the village on its way to sack the nearby city of Alba Sarum. In defending the village, they meet the Horsewoman, who has been protecting it, and afterwards embark on other quests together; some for the nobility of assisting those in need, some for profit, and some for reasons all their own.
26th Dec '16 1:51:04 PM nombretomado
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* LargeHam: Vandal Savage. Cornell said that he wrote him as if he were played by {{BRIAN BLESSED}}.

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* LargeHam: Vandal Savage. Cornell said that he wrote him as if he were played by {{BRIAN BLESSED}}.Creator/BrianBlessed.
6th Aug '16 9:59:57 AM nombretomado
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''Demon Knights'' is an ongoing comicbook published by Creator/DCComics, initially written by Creator/PaulCornell and later by Robert Venditti. It was launched as part of the ComicBook/{{New 52}} and is set in TheDarkAges of the DCUniverse.

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''Demon Knights'' is an ongoing comicbook published by Creator/DCComics, initially written by Creator/PaulCornell and later by Robert Venditti. It was launched as part of the ComicBook/{{New 52}} and is set in TheDarkAges of the DCUniverse.Franchise/DCUniverse.
23rd Jan '16 8:19:53 PM nombretomado
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The series lasted 23 issues, and shows the origin of the AncientTradition of the rebooted ''{{Stormwatch}}'' (which Cornell began).

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The series lasted 23 issues, and shows the origin of the AncientTradition of the rebooted ''{{Stormwatch}}'' ''ComicBook/{{Stormwatch}}'' (which Cornell began).



** At the end of #14, King Arthur calls them his "Watchers of the Storm" and describes them as "eminences of blades, modern Apollos, doctors of magic, an engineer". All codenames from the current ''{{Stormwatch}}'' apart from "doctors of magic" (which may be {{foreshadowing}} the Doctor from ''ComicBook/TheAuthority'' being introduced to ''Stormwatch'').

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** At the end of #14, King Arthur calls them his "Watchers of the Storm" and describes them as "eminences of blades, modern Apollos, doctors of magic, an engineer". All codenames from the current ''{{Stormwatch}}'' ''ComicBook/{{Stormwatch}}'' apart from "doctors of magic" (which may be {{foreshadowing}} the Doctor from ''ComicBook/TheAuthority'' being introduced to ''Stormwatch'').
6th Dec '15 5:39:14 PM nombretomado
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* SpiritualSuccessor: To Creator/GrantMorrison's ''SevenSoldiers''.

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* SpiritualSuccessor: To Creator/GrantMorrison's ''SevenSoldiers''.''ComicBook/SevenSoldiers''.
6th Dec '15 5:39:01 PM nombretomado
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After a prologue establishing ComicBook/MadameXanadu's and ComicBook/{{Etrigan}}'s roles in the last days of KingArthur, the story skips forward a few centuries. Xanadu and Jason o' the Blood visit a small village in Europe, where they meet VandalSavage, [[SevenSoldiers the Shining Knight]], a Saracen inventor named Al Jabr and an Amazon warrior named Exoristos. They join forces when the Questing Queen and her [[TheHorde horde]] attacks the village on its way to sack the nearby city of Alba Sarum. In defending the village, they meet the Horsewoman, who has been protecting it, and afterwards embark on other quests together; some for the nobility of assisting those in need, some for profit, and some for reasons all their own.

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After a prologue establishing ComicBook/MadameXanadu's and ComicBook/{{Etrigan}}'s roles in the last days of KingArthur, the story skips forward a few centuries. Xanadu and Jason o' the Blood visit a small village in Europe, where they meet VandalSavage, [[SevenSoldiers [[ComicBook/SevenSoldiers the Shining Knight]], a Saracen inventor named Al Jabr and an Amazon warrior named Exoristos. They join forces when the Questing Queen and her [[TheHorde horde]] attacks the village on its way to sack the nearby city of Alba Sarum. In defending the village, they meet the Horsewoman, who has been protecting it, and afterwards embark on other quests together; some for the nobility of assisting those in need, some for profit, and some for reasons all their own.
19th Sep '15 4:18:04 PM nombretomado
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After a prologue establishing ComicBook/MadameXanadu's and {{Etrigan}}'s roles in the last days of KingArthur, the story skips forward a few centuries. Xanadu and Jason o' the Blood visit a small village in Europe, where they meet VandalSavage, [[SevenSoldiers the Shining Knight]], a Saracen inventor named Al Jabr and an Amazon warrior named Exoristos. They join forces when the Questing Queen and her [[TheHorde horde]] attacks the village on its way to sack the nearby city of Alba Sarum. In defending the village, they meet the Horsewoman, who has been protecting it, and afterwards embark on other quests together; some for the nobility of assisting those in need, some for profit, and some for reasons all their own.

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After a prologue establishing ComicBook/MadameXanadu's and {{Etrigan}}'s ComicBook/{{Etrigan}}'s roles in the last days of KingArthur, the story skips forward a few centuries. Xanadu and Jason o' the Blood visit a small village in Europe, where they meet VandalSavage, [[SevenSoldiers the Shining Knight]], a Saracen inventor named Al Jabr and an Amazon warrior named Exoristos. They join forces when the Questing Queen and her [[TheHorde horde]] attacks the village on its way to sack the nearby city of Alba Sarum. In defending the village, they meet the Horsewoman, who has been protecting it, and afterwards embark on other quests together; some for the nobility of assisting those in need, some for profit, and some for reasons all their own.
31st May '15 2:47:16 AM foxley
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* AgainstMyReligion: The Muslim scientist Al-Jabr is sent to Hell thanks to yet another of Etrigan's betrayals. His version of Hell is a vast desert with a blazing sun, and the only thing available to quench his thirst is a canteen full of alcohol... which is, of course, against his religion.
9th May '15 2:15:57 AM aoicor
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The series shows the origin of the AncientTradition of the rebooted ''{{Stormwatch}}'' (which Cornell began), its lasted 23 issues.

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The series lasted 23 issues, and shows the origin of the AncientTradition of the rebooted ''{{Stormwatch}}'' (which Cornell began), its lasted 23 issues.
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26th Jun '14 6:25:55 PM Scorntex
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* SeriousBusiness: In Hell, rhyming is ''very important''. Lucifer even chides Etrigan for flubbing a simple rhyme. It's also mentioned there are also prose demons, lyrical demons and "fell editors".
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