History Comicbook / PowerPack

1st Nov '17 4:50:43 PM Dr.XXX
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Power Pack would not receive their own comic until November 1, 2017, as a part of ComicBook/MarvelLegacy. Time will tell if this one-shot becomes an ongoing series.
22nd Aug '17 1:43:15 AM StardustSoldier
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There was a failed {{Pilot}} for a television series version, but it was never aired in the US, though it did appear on overseas channels and has circulated as a bootleg among fans for years. As of now, Marvel's new owner, WaltDisneyPictures, is wondering if this kid team would be an obvious property to develop for a film. Considering they made ''Disney/BigHero6'', another obscure Marvel superhero team, into a film, there's a high chance it could happen.

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There was a failed {{Pilot}} for a television series version, but it was never aired in the US, though it did appear on overseas channels and has circulated as a bootleg among fans for years. As of now, Marvel's new owner, WaltDisneyPictures, is wondering if this kid team would be an obvious property to develop for a film. Considering they made ''Disney/BigHero6'', another obscure Marvel superhero team, into a film, there's a high chance it could happen.
9th Aug '17 2:34:58 AM WolfThunder
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[[caption-width-right:300:They look pretty badass for a group of little kids.]]

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[[caption-width-right:300:They look pretty badass for a group of little kids. Clockwise from bottom; Alex Power/Zero-G, Julie Power/Lightspeed, Jack Power/Mass Master, and Katie Power/Energizer.]]



* Alex -- age 12 original version, age 14 all-ages version -- with the power of ''Gravity'', controlling an object/person's gravity by touch; he called himself '''Gee'''.

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* Alex -- age 12 original version, age 14 all-ages version -- with the power of ''Gravity'', controlling an object/person's gravity by touch; he called himself '''Gee'''.'''Zero-G'''.
9th Aug '17 2:27:57 AM WolfThunder
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7th Jun '17 7:06:45 PM WolfThunder
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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: The original run introduced the character of Numinus, reputed to be more powerful than Galactus and looking remarkably like Creator/WhoopiGoldberg. While her first appearance was a bit of a head-scratcher, she later showed up to help the Kymellians reform, moving out of their "flying shopping mall" and onto a new planet that "just happened" to become habitable. This significantly lowered the jerkass-quotient of the race.
30th May '17 10:10:30 PM nombretomado
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* WhoopiGoldberg: The original run introduced the character of Numinus, reputed to be more powerful than Galactus and looking remarkably like a certain up-and-coming African American actress. While her first appearance was a bit of a head-scratcher, she later showed up to help the Kymellians reform, moving out of their "flying shopping mall" and onto a new planet that "just happened" to become habitable. This significantly lowered the jerkass-quotient of the race.
6th Dec '16 7:12:11 PM Crossover-Enthusiast
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There was a failed {{Pilot}} for television series version, but it was never aired in the US, though it did appear on overseas channels and has circulated as a bootleg among fans for years. As of now, Marvel's new owner, WaltDisneyPictures, is wondering if this kid team would be an obvious property to develop for a film. Considering they made ''Disney/BigHero6'', another obscure Marvel superhero team, into a film, there's a high chance it could happen.

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There was a failed {{Pilot}} for a television series version, but it was never aired in the US, though it did appear on overseas channels and has circulated as a bootleg among fans for years. As of now, Marvel's new owner, WaltDisneyPictures, is wondering if this kid team would be an obvious property to develop for a film. Considering they made ''Disney/BigHero6'', another obscure Marvel superhero team, into a film, there's a high chance it could happen.
20th Nov '16 3:35:58 AM SeptimusHeap
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* InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja: in “Power Pack & wolverine” #4, when in Japan, the kids have an encounter with Marvel’s ninjateam The Hand.
13th Oct '16 7:29:19 AM SunriseWarrior
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* CoolOldLady: in an alternate future seen in "The New Mutants #49", Katie, the last remaining member of Power Pack, continues to be an active superhero that can hold her own in battles, despite being an old woman now. It helps that in this future she has all four powers at her disposal.

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* CoolOldLady: in In an alternate future seen in "The New Mutants #49", Katie, the last remaining member of Power Pack, continues to be an active superhero that can hold her own in battles, despite being an old woman now. It helps that in this future she has all four powers at her disposal.
13th Oct '16 6:55:50 AM SunriseWarrior
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* ArtShift: compare how the pack was drawn in the original series, back in the 1980's, to how they are drawn in more recent appearances (especially the all-ages series).

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* ArtShift: compare Compare how the pack was drawn in the original series, back in the 1980's, to how they are drawn in more recent appearances (especially the all-ages series).
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