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Michael Hoskin

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TJ Burns

Subj: Re: In What ways were the Original Handbooks Incorrect?
Posted: Wed Feb 27, 2008 at 11:43:28 am EST (Viewed 2 times)
Reply Subj: Re: In What ways were the Original Handbooks Incorrect?
Posted: Wed Feb 27, 2008 at 10:27:19 am EST (Viewed 2 times)

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> -Listing Dreadknight as a member of the Masters of Evil IV. This was apparently an interpretation of the shadowy figure who was almost recruited in Amazing Spider-Man #283. It was later revealed this was in fact a new character, Mongoose.

I don't recall Dreadknight actually making the Handbook entry. I wonder if that means I have a second printing...

> -Nightcrawler's teleportation was the only power mentioned, neglecting his agility, wall-crawling, shadow-hiding, and what not.

Which, interestingly, the art for the profile showed!

> -Turner D. Century's entry misreported the death of Morgan MacNeil Hardy.

I wouldn't call this an error. Morgan MacNeil Hardy died... his rebirth in a new body shouldn't invalidate that. \:\)


TJB

> > -Listing Dreadknight as a member of the Masters of Evil IV. This was apparently an interpretation of the shadowy figure who was almost recruited in Amazing Spider-Man #283. It was later revealed this was in fact a new character, Mongoose.
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> I don't recall Dreadknight actually making the Handbook entry. I wonder if that means I have a second printing...

The error wasn't in the Masters of Evil entry - it was in Dreadknight's own.

MH


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