History NamesTheSame / ComicBooks

11th Mar '17 4:13:35 PM nombretomado
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* There's the DC / [[MilestoneComics Milestone]] hero Comicbook/{{Static}}, and a far lesser known ComicBook/XMen character of the same name.

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* There's the DC / [[MilestoneComics [[Creator/MilestoneComics Milestone]] hero Comicbook/{{Static}}, and a far lesser known ComicBook/XMen character of the same name.
7th Mar '17 9:55:51 AM kyojikasshu
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** Now that we have the whole Captain Marvel/Photon/Marvel Boy/Quasar thing sorted out, let's turn to ComicBook/MsMarvel. Ms. Marvel, Carol Danvers, was the DistaffCounterpart to ComicBook/CaptainMarVell. The name was also taken up by another woman, Sharon Ventura, who briefly joined the ComicBook/FantasticFour during the period where the original Ms. Marvel was operating with the [[SpacePirates Starjammers]] under the name Binary. Ventura would later abandon her claim to the name and fully adopt the moniker She-Thing, while after returning to Earth and rejoining the Avengers, Danvers operated for a time under the name Warbird before returning to Ms. Marvel. During ComicBook/DarkReign, Moonstone, a member of the ComicBook/{{Thunderbolts}}, took the name Ms. Marvel as her identity in the ComicBook/DarkAvengers.

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** Now that we have the whole Captain Marvel/Photon/Marvel Boy/Quasar thing sorted out, let's turn to ComicBook/MsMarvel. Ms. Marvel, Carol Danvers, was the DistaffCounterpart to ComicBook/CaptainMarVell. The name was also taken up by another woman, Sharon Ventura, who briefly joined the ComicBook/FantasticFour during the period where the original Ms. Marvel was operating with the [[SpacePirates Starjammers]] under the name Binary. Ventura would later abandon her claim to the name and fully adopt the moniker She-Thing, while after returning to Earth and rejoining the Avengers, Danvers operated for a time under the name Warbird before returning to Ms. Marvel. During ComicBook/DarkReign, Moonstone, Moonstone (Karla Sofen), a member of the ComicBook/{{Thunderbolts}}, ComicBook/{{Thunderbolts}} and herself a DistaffCounterpart LegacyCharacter (Karla stole the identity from the original Moonstone, Lloyd Bloch), took the name Ms. Marvel as her identity in the ComicBook/DarkAvengers.
7th Mar '17 9:50:00 AM kyojikasshu
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** Morph from the 90's ''WesternAnimation/XMen'' animated series was supposed to be a modernized version of Changeling, since he technically was an X-Men member in the comics, even if it was only established through a {{retcon}}. He even had the same civilian identity of "Kevin Sidney", but the codename "Changeling" couldn't be used at the time since it now belonged to the Creator/DCComics character. Ironically, when the WesternAnimation/TeenTitans got their own animated series, Gar Logan went back to using his old Beast Boy handle.

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** Morph from the 90's ''WesternAnimation/XMen'' animated series was supposed to be a modernized version of Changeling, since he technically was an X-Men member in the comics, even if it was only established through a {{retcon}}. He even had the same civilian identity of "Kevin Sidney", but the codename "Changeling" couldn't be used at the time since it now belonged to the Creator/DCComics character. Ironically, when the WesternAnimation/TeenTitans got their own animated series, Gar Logan went back to using his old Beast Boy handle. By that time, the Morph name had pretty much stuck for the Marvel character, with his AlternateReality versions from ''ComicBook/AgeOfApocalypse'' and ''ComicBook/{{Exiles}}'' using that name.
7th Mar '17 9:32:38 AM kyojikasshu
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** Now that we have the whole Captain Marvel/Photon/Marvel Boy/Quasar thing sorted out, let's turn to ComicBook/MsMarvel. Ms. Marvel was the DistaffCounterpart to ComicBook/CaptainMarVell. The name was also taken up by another woman who briefly joined the ComicBook/FantasticFour. During ComicBook/DarkReign, Moonstone, a member of the ComicBook/{{Thunderbolts}}, took the name Ms. Marvel as her identity in the ComicBook/DarkAvengers.

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** Now that we have the whole Captain Marvel/Photon/Marvel Boy/Quasar thing sorted out, let's turn to ComicBook/MsMarvel. Ms. Marvel Marvel, Carol Danvers, was the DistaffCounterpart to ComicBook/CaptainMarVell. The name was also taken up by another woman woman, Sharon Ventura, who briefly joined the ComicBook/FantasticFour.ComicBook/FantasticFour during the period where the original Ms. Marvel was operating with the [[SpacePirates Starjammers]] under the name Binary. Ventura would later abandon her claim to the name and fully adopt the moniker She-Thing, while after returning to Earth and rejoining the Avengers, Danvers operated for a time under the name Warbird before returning to Ms. Marvel. During ComicBook/DarkReign, Moonstone, a member of the ComicBook/{{Thunderbolts}}, took the name Ms. Marvel as her identity in the ComicBook/DarkAvengers.



* An early ''ComicBook/IncredibleHulk'' one-time villain, Mongu, was a hulking "space barbarian" who turned out to be a Russian agent operating a MiniMecha designed to ''look'' like a space barbarian. Hulk trashed the armor and sent the agent, Boris Monguski, packing. Years later, ComicBook/ManThing encountered an ''actual'' barbarian named Mongu in a gladiatorial contest in Mongu's home dimension. The Maha Yogi would later bring Mongu to Earth to fight the Hulk and Doctor Druid.



* There seems to be no relation between Cain Marko (aka [[ComicBook/XMen The Juggernaut]]) and Flint Marko (aka [[SpiderMan The Sandman]]), apart from the fact that both have fought SpiderMan and were co-created by Creator/StanLee. Flint Marko's name has since been retconned.

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* There seems to be no relation between Cain Marko (aka [[ComicBook/XMen The Juggernaut]]) and Flint Marko (aka [[SpiderMan The Sandman]]), apart from the fact that both have fought SpiderMan and were co-created by Creator/StanLee. Flint Marko's name has since been retconned.retconned to be an alias.
5th Mar '17 5:52:33 PM nombretomado
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* We have ''ComicBook/{{Daredevil}}'', a {{Marvel}} superhero from the sixties who is blind, but has supersenses, wears a red devil-like costume, and fights with a billy club . We also have Daredevil, a Lev Gleason BadassNormal superhero from the forties who wears a red-and-blue costume (split down the middle) and is very good with a boomerang.

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* We have ''ComicBook/{{Daredevil}}'', a {{Marvel}} {{Creator/Marvel}} superhero from the sixties who is blind, but has supersenses, wears a red devil-like costume, and fights with a billy club . We also have Daredevil, a Lev Gleason BadassNormal superhero from the forties who wears a red-and-blue costume (split down the middle) and is very good with a boomerang.
4th Mar '17 12:14:46 PM nombretomado
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* In MarvelComics, Hamilton Slade is the real identity of the third Phantom Rider, a modern day descendant of Carter Slade. Hamilton Slade is also an 18th century vampire in the Marvel miniseries ''Apocalypse vs Dracula''.

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* In MarvelComics, Creator/MarvelComics, Hamilton Slade is the real identity of the third Phantom Rider, a modern day descendant of Carter Slade. Hamilton Slade is also an 18th century vampire in the Marvel miniseries ''Apocalypse vs Dracula''.
9th Jan '17 2:04:10 PM comicwriter
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** Only two? [[Comicbook/{{Shazam}} Billy Batson]], the Lieutenant Marvels (all three of whom happened to share the name "Billy Batson" with the original) Mary Batson, Freddy Freeman [[Comicbook/{{Shazam}} on one side]], and Mar-Vell, Genis-Vell, Phyla-Vell, Monica Rambeau, Khn'nr and more [[Comicbook/CaptainMarVell on the other]]... Granted, most of them have alternate names.

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** Only two? [[Comicbook/{{Shazam}} Billy Batson]], the Lieutenant Marvels (all three of whom happened to share the name "Billy Batson" with the original) Mary Batson, Freddy Freeman [[Comicbook/{{Shazam}} on one side]], and Mar-Vell, Genis-Vell, Phyla-Vell, Monica Rambeau, Comicbook/MonicaRambeau, Khn'nr and more [[Comicbook/CaptainMarVell on the other]]... Granted, most of them have alternate names.
9th Jan '17 1:59:23 PM comicwriter
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* Before Marvel created Doctor Doom as the ArchEnemy of the ''Comicbook/FantasticFour'', there was a Franchise/{{Batman}} villain by that name. He only lasted one issue before being KilledOffForReal.

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* Before Marvel created Doctor Doom DoctorDoom as the ArchEnemy of the ''Comicbook/FantasticFour'', there was a Franchise/{{Batman}} villain by that name. He only lasted one issue before being KilledOffForReal.
9th Jan '17 1:56:33 PM comicwriter
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* In the 1976, TeenTitans introduced a black female member named Bumblebee who could turn herself small, fly and sting bad guys. Years later in 1984, Marvel began publishing Transformers comics, and had been instrumental in developing the characters, hence why I can put them under comic books, and as we all know, there was an Autobot named Bumblebee who would turn into a Volkswagen.

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* Comicbook/{{Magneto}} is both an incredibly popular villain/AntiHero from Marvel and an extremely obscure Comicbook/{{Aquaman}} villain from DC.
* In the 1976, TeenTitans introduced a black female member named Bumblebee who could turn herself small, fly and sting bad guys. Years later in 1984, Marvel began publishing Transformers Franchise/{{Transformer}}s comics, and had been instrumental in developing the characters, hence why I can put them under comic books, and as we all know, there was an Autobot named Bumblebee who would turn into a Volkswagen.
6th Jan '17 5:11:49 PM nombretomado
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* There are two Comicbook/{{Superman}} {{Captain Ersatz}}es called Omniman, and Comicbook/{{Supreme}} fought both of them. The first, during Creator/AlanMoore's Awesome Comics run, was a fictional character come to life, and the second is the father of Comicbook/{{Invincible}}, who fought Supreme in Erik Larsen's ImageComics run.

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* There are two Comicbook/{{Superman}} {{Captain Ersatz}}es called Omniman, and Comicbook/{{Supreme}} fought both of them. The first, during Creator/AlanMoore's Awesome Comics run, was a fictional character come to life, and the second is the father of Comicbook/{{Invincible}}, who fought Supreme in Erik Larsen's ImageComics Creator/ImageComics run.
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