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Subj: Re: Villains pulling villains from time or from the past or using undead revenants of past villains
Posted: Mon Jun 30, 2008 at 03:06:06 am CDT (Viewed 64 times)
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Posted: Sun Jun 29, 2008 at 09:20:23 pm CDT (Viewed 1 times)
Eternals Annual #1 - The Deviant Zakka pulled Tutinax, Jack the Ripper, and other creatures through time to fight the Eternals as his "Time-Killers."
Black Talon's "X-Humed" from John Byrne's She-Hulk #34-5
Suicide Squad v.1 #50 - Koschei the Deathless technologically reanimates the corpses of virtually every character who died during the previous issues to attack the Squad.
In current issues of X-Force, Bastion has used Phalanx material to reanimate a number of dead anti-mutant bigots, including Bolivar Trask, Graydon Creed, and William Stryker.
Isbisa pulled numerous Marvel villains from time to attack the She-Hulk and the Blonde Phantom in Sensational She-Hulk #29-30.
The Headmen used Orrgo the Conqueror to do the same in Defenders v.2 #9, though I don't recall any outright dead folks turning up in that instance.
Yorgon Tykkio used the brain-dead (and possibly physically deceased) body of MODOK as a remote controlled weapon in Iron Man a few issues after #200.
Zoom (Hunter Zolomon) used the Cosmic Treadmill to pull the Reverse-Flash/Professor Zoom (Eobard Thawne) through time to help him torment Wally West. It all happened in Flash v.2 #224-5.
Many undead villains turned up at various points during DC's JLA-based "Ghosts" Annual crossover of 1998.
During the period when the Flash's Rogues Gallery (Captain Cold, Captain Boomerang, Heat Wave, Mirror Master (McCullough), Weather Wizard) were actually dead, Neron sent their unliving and supernaturally-enhanced bodies to destroy Keystone City as part of a complex gambit. In an unusual twist, this ended with the Rogues being fully resurrected. It all happened in Flash v.2 #122-9.
Nope; no villains were pulled through time in this one, though after bargaining for time-travel powers, Chronos (Clinton) did some traveling of his own to the 30th century.
Though these, like at least to Legions of the Unliving, were merely simulacra and not the genuine articles in some form or another.
If simulacra count, Deadpool #0 with Arnim Zola's "proto-husks" of virtually every dead minor villain in Marvel history should count.
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