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6th Dec '16 5:17:10 PM lucy24
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* Bab ([[Creator/GilbertAndSullivan William Schwenck Gilbert]], when writing and illustrating humorous poetry later published as “The Bab Ballads”)
26th Nov '16 2:31:01 PM darkchiefy
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* Wolfman Jack (Bob Smith)

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* Wolfman Jack Creator/WolfmanJack (Bob Smith)
9th Nov '16 9:05:26 AM nombretomado
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* JackKirby (Jacob Kurtzberg)

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* JackKirby Creator/JackKirby (Jacob Kurtzberg)
3rd Oct '16 8:24:33 PM KYCubbie
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* Creator/JamesHerriot (James Alfred Wight)


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* Creator/{{Peyo}} (Pierre Culliford)


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* Sax Rohmer, creator of Franchise/FuManchu (Arthur Henry Ward)
15th Sep '16 1:02:27 AM PaulA
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* EndersGame: Peter and Valentine Wiggin use the pen names "Locke" and "Demosthenes" (respectively) to write blogs for political discourse. Ender later takes one of his own, "The Speaker for the Dead," to write biographies of his brother, the Hive Queen, and later for one of the pequeninos.

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* EndersGame: ''Literature/EndersGame'': Peter and Valentine Wiggin use the pen names "Locke" and "Demosthenes" (respectively) to write blogs for political discourse. Ender later takes one of his own, "The Speaker for the Dead," to write biographies of his brother, the Hive Queen, and later for one of the pequeninos.
24th Jul '16 2:37:11 PM nombretomado
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* BillBailey (Mark Bailey; he named himself after the wartime song "Won't You Come Home Bill Bailey")

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* BillBailey Music/BillBailey (Mark Bailey; he named himself after the wartime song "Won't You Come Home Bill Bailey")
23rd Jul '16 6:56:04 PM TitoMosquito
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* Martin Nodell - The co-creator of AlanScott (the first GreenLantern), went by "Mart Dellon" because according to him, "Comics were a forbidden literature, culturally unacceptable. It wasn't something you were proud of".

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* Martin Nodell - The co-creator of AlanScott Alan Scott (the first GreenLantern), Franchise/GreenLantern), went by "Mart Dellon" because according to him, "Comics were a forbidden literature, culturally unacceptable. It wasn't something you were proud of".
23rd Jul '16 6:55:04 PM TitoMosquito
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* B. Traven (not yet revealed, assumed to have been Ret Marut or Otto Feige(Who may be the same person)). Virtually every detail of Traven's life has been disputed and hotly debated.

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* B. Traven (not yet revealed, assumed to have been Ret Marut or Otto Feige(Who Feige (Who may be the same person)). Virtually every detail of Traven's life has been disputed and hotly debated.



* Claymore J. Flapdoodle (Creator/PhilFoglio on cards with his art in the MagicTheGathering joke set ''Unglued'')

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* Claymore J. Flapdoodle (Creator/PhilFoglio on cards with his art in the MagicTheGathering TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering joke set ''Unglued'')


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* Martin Nodell - The co-creator of AlanScott (the first GreenLantern), went by "Mart Dellon" because according to him, "Comics were a forbidden literature, culturally unacceptable. It wasn't something you were proud of".
3rd Jul '16 10:51:18 PM gemmabeta2
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* ''The Economist'' generally do not name the author of their articles, Columnists are instead assigned a relevant pseudonym according to the author's area of expertise, eg. Bunyan for the Asian Correspondent, and Lexington for the US Correspondent. Some of the more established pseudonyms have been carried on by multiple authors.
28th Jun '16 9:12:58 AM Prfnoff
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* P. Howard (Jenő Rejtő)
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