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11th May '15 12:08:16 PM StFan
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* In the mini-series ''ComicBook/{{Marvel 1602}}'', [[Film/SpiderMan Peter Parker's]] counterpart is given the unwieldy name of Peter Parquagh, despite the fact that the name "Parker" was fairly common. In a follow-up series centering around Spider-Man, it's revealed that "Parquagh" was in fact an alias and that his real name was in fact Parker. Peter Parker was of Scottish descent (Parker is a Scottish name), so Lord [[ComicBook/NickFury Nicholas Fury]] advised him to change the spelling of his name while they were in the service of Queen Elizabeth, due to the Queen's dislike of the Scots (after that whole [[UsefulNotes/MaryOfScotland Mary Queen of Scots]] debacle).

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* In the mini-series ''ComicBook/{{Marvel 1602}}'', [[Film/SpiderMan [[Franchise/SpiderMan Peter Parker's]] counterpart is given the unwieldy name of Peter Parquagh, despite the fact that the name "Parker" was fairly common. In a follow-up series centering around Spider-Man, it's revealed that "Parquagh" was in fact an alias and that his real name was in fact Parker. Peter Parker was of Scottish descent (Parker is a Scottish name), so Lord [[ComicBook/NickFury Nicholas Fury]] advised him to change the spelling of his name while they were in the service of Queen Elizabeth, due to the Queen's dislike of the Scots (after that whole [[UsefulNotes/MaryOfScotland Mary Queen of Scots]] debacle).debacle).

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29th Dec '14 4:45:54 PM MarchVee
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* In the mini-series ''[[{{Marvel1602}} 1602]]'', [[Film/SpiderMan Peter Parker's]] counterpart is given the unwieldy name of Peter Parquagh, despite the fact that the name "Parker" was fairly common. In a follow-up series centering around Spider-Man, it's revealed that "Parquagh" was in fact an alias and that his real name was in fact Parker. Peter Parker was of Scottish descent (Parker is a Scottish name), so Lord [[ComicBook/NickFury Nicholas Fury]] advised him to change the spelling of his name while they were in the service of Queen Elizabeth, due to the Queen's dislike of the Scots (after that whole [[UsefulNotes/MaryOfScotland Mary Queen of Scots]] debacle).

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* In the mini-series ''[[{{Marvel1602}} 1602]]'', ''ComicBook/{{Marvel 1602}}'', [[Film/SpiderMan Peter Parker's]] counterpart is given the unwieldy name of Peter Parquagh, despite the fact that the name "Parker" was fairly common. In a follow-up series centering around Spider-Man, it's revealed that "Parquagh" was in fact an alias and that his real name was in fact Parker. Peter Parker was of Scottish descent (Parker is a Scottish name), so Lord [[ComicBook/NickFury Nicholas Fury]] advised him to change the spelling of his name while they were in the service of Queen Elizabeth, due to the Queen's dislike of the Scots (after that whole [[UsefulNotes/MaryOfScotland Mary Queen of Scots]] debacle).
18th Nov '14 2:59:39 AM Patachou
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* In the mini-series ''[[{{Marvel1602}} 1602]]'', [[SpiderMan Peter Parker's]] counterpart is given the unwieldy name of Peter Parquagh, despite the fact that the name "Parker" was fairly common. In a follow-up series centering around Spider-Man, it's revealed that "Parquagh" was in fact an alias and that his real name was in fact Parker. Peter Parker was of Scottish descent (Parker is a Scottish name), so Lord [[NickFury Nicholas Fury]] advised him to change the spelling of his name while they were in the service of Queen Elizabeth, due to the Queen's dislike of the Scots (after that whole [[MaryOfScotland Mary Queen of Scots]] debacle).

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* In the mini-series ''[[{{Marvel1602}} 1602]]'', [[SpiderMan [[Film/SpiderMan Peter Parker's]] counterpart is given the unwieldy name of Peter Parquagh, despite the fact that the name "Parker" was fairly common. In a follow-up series centering around Spider-Man, it's revealed that "Parquagh" was in fact an alias and that his real name was in fact Parker. Peter Parker was of Scottish descent (Parker is a Scottish name), so Lord [[NickFury [[ComicBook/NickFury Nicholas Fury]] advised him to change the spelling of his name while they were in the service of Queen Elizabeth, due to the Queen's dislike of the Scots (after that whole [[MaryOfScotland [[UsefulNotes/MaryOfScotland Mary Queen of Scots]] debacle).
30th May '14 10:09:09 AM DannWoolf
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* In the mini-series ''[[{{Marvel1602}} 1602]]'', [[SpiderMan Peter Parker's]] counterpart is given the unwieldy name of Peter Parquagh, despite the fact that the name "Parker" was fairly common. In a follow-up series centering around Spider-Man, it's revealed that "Parquagh" was in fact an alias and that his real name was in fact Parker. Peter Parker was of Scottish descent(Parker is a Scottish name), so Lord [[NickFury Nicholas Fury]] advised him to change the spelling of his name while they were in the service of Queen Elizabeth, due to the Queen's dislike of the Scots(after that whole [[MaryOfScotland Mary Queen of Scots]] debacle).

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* In the mini-series ''[[{{Marvel1602}} 1602]]'', [[SpiderMan Peter Parker's]] counterpart is given the unwieldy name of Peter Parquagh, despite the fact that the name "Parker" was fairly common. In a follow-up series centering around Spider-Man, it's revealed that "Parquagh" was in fact an alias and that his real name was in fact Parker. Peter Parker was of Scottish descent(Parker descent (Parker is a Scottish name), so Lord [[NickFury Nicholas Fury]] advised him to change the spelling of his name while they were in the service of Queen Elizabeth, due to the Queen's dislike of the Scots(after Scots (after that whole [[MaryOfScotland Mary Queen of Scots]] debacle).
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