History Comicbook / ElCazador

16th Sep '14 12:19:30 PM Koveras
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No relation to ''ElCazadorDeLaBruja'' or ''ComicBook/{{Cazador}}''

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No relation to ''ElCazadorDeLaBruja'' ''Anime/ElCazadorDeLaBruja'' or ''ComicBook/{{Cazador}}''
24th Jan '14 6:24:57 AM LadyMomus
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''El Cazador'' began in 2003 and ran for six issues before Creator/CrossGen's bankruptcy brought the series to a halt. The company also published a prequel one-shot, ''El Cazador: The Bloody Ballad of Blackjack Tom'', which revealed the history of the title's [[BigBad main villain]]. ''El Cazador'' was one of the few pirate-themed comic book series in the Modern Age of comic books, and perhaps the only recent ongoing series of the genre to feature a female lead. ''El Cazador'' was written by ChuckDixon and pencilled by Steve Epting.

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''El Cazador'' began in 2003 and ran for six issues before Creator/CrossGen's bankruptcy brought the series to a halt. The company also published a prequel one-shot, ''El Cazador: The Bloody Ballad of Blackjack Tom'', which revealed the history of the title's [[BigBad main villain]]. ''El Cazador'' was one of the few pirate-themed comic book series in the Modern Age of comic books, and perhaps the only recent ongoing series of the genre to feature a female lead. ''El Cazador'' was written by ChuckDixon Creator/ChuckDixon and pencilled penciled by Steve Epting.
19th Dec '13 9:56:07 PM nombretomado
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''El Cazador'' was a {{CrossGen}} comic book title set in the Sigilverse, {{CrossGen}}'s shared universe. However, whereas most Sigilverse titles were set in the far future, El Cazador took place on Earth during the Golden Age of Piracy of the 17th century. It contains none of the magical, science-fiction, or fantastical elements of the other Sigilverse titles.

''El Cazador'' began in 2003 and ran for six issues before {{CrossGen}}'s bankruptcy brought the series to a halt. The company also published a prequel one-shot, ''El Cazador: The Bloody Ballad of Blackjack Tom'', which revealed the history of the title's [[BigBad main villain]]. ''El Cazador'' was one of the few pirate-themed comic book series in the Modern Age of comic books, and perhaps the only recent ongoing series of the genre to feature a female lead. ''El Cazador'' was written by ChuckDixon and pencilled by Steve Epting.

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''El Cazador'' was a {{CrossGen}} Creator/CrossGen comic book title set in the Sigilverse, {{CrossGen}}'s Creator/CrossGen's shared universe. However, whereas most Sigilverse titles were set in the far future, El Cazador took place on Earth during the Golden Age of Piracy of the 17th century. It contains none of the magical, science-fiction, or fantastical elements of the other Sigilverse titles.

''El Cazador'' began in 2003 and ran for six issues before {{CrossGen}}'s Creator/CrossGen's bankruptcy brought the series to a halt. The company also published a prequel one-shot, ''El Cazador: The Bloody Ballad of Blackjack Tom'', which revealed the history of the title's [[BigBad main villain]]. ''El Cazador'' was one of the few pirate-themed comic book series in the Modern Age of comic books, and perhaps the only recent ongoing series of the genre to feature a female lead. ''El Cazador'' was written by ChuckDixon and pencilled by Steve Epting.
21st Jun '13 11:01:10 AM PancticeSquadCutterback
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4th Nov '12 2:26:14 PM GrigorII
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No relation to ''ElCazadorDeLaBruja''.

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No relation to ''ElCazadorDeLaBruja''.
''ElCazadorDeLaBruja'' or ''ComicBook/{{Cazador}}''
15th Jun '12 4:07:04 AM foxley
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14th Jun '12 8:56:24 PM foxley
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The series contains examples of:

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* WoodenShipsAndIronMen

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16th Jun '11 6:15:19 AM RubberLotus
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''El Cazador'' began in 2003 and ran for six issues before {{CrossGen}}'s bankruptcy brought the series to a halt. The company also published a prequel one-shot, ''El Cazador: The Bloody Ballad of Blackjack Tom'', which revealed the history of the title's [[BigBad main villain]]. ''El Cazador'' was one of the few pirate-themed comic book series in the Modern Age of comic books, and perhaps the only recent ongoing series of the genre to feature a female lead. ''El Cazador'' was written by Chuck Dixon and pencilled by Steve Epting.

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''El Cazador'' began in 2003 and ran for six issues before {{CrossGen}}'s bankruptcy brought the series to a halt. The company also published a prequel one-shot, ''El Cazador: The Bloody Ballad of Blackjack Tom'', which revealed the history of the title's [[BigBad main villain]]. ''El Cazador'' was one of the few pirate-themed comic book series in the Modern Age of comic books, and perhaps the only recent ongoing series of the genre to feature a female lead. ''El Cazador'' was written by Chuck Dixon ChuckDixon and pencilled by Steve Epting.
15th May '11 12:19:48 AM foxley
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* ContinuityNod: The significance isn't clear yet, but the Marvel relaunch of [[Sigil]] involves a ship called El Cazador, in about the right time period.

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* ContinuityNod: The significance isn't clear yet, but the Marvel relaunch of [[Sigil]] ''{{Sigil}}'' involves a ship called El Cazador, in about the right time period.
25th Apr '11 6:33:20 PM Sheliak
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* Privateer: Redhand Harry.

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* Privateer: {{Privateer}}: Redhand Harry.
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