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Subj: Re: Nomad (Rikki Barnes) and UK 90s...
Posted: Sat Mar 30, 2013 at 02:05:44 pm EDT (Viewed 234 times)
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Posted: Fri Mar 29, 2013 at 10:01:42 pm EDT (Viewed 221 times)

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      I still have a fondness for the young female character who is now called Nomad.



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    I read her mini series, but isnt she dead now? I believe that there was some convoluted storyline involving onslaught or something...


I didn't know she died in that. Does anybody know for sure?


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    Not Blackwulf, but I did collect Deaths Head.



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    I'm based in the UK and Deaths Head was a massive star over here, he was a featured character in the UK based Transformers title and had a few solo series and min series published by Marvel UK, along with other UK creations such as Motormouth, Killpower and the Super Soldiers.


I had no idea Death's Head was so big in the UK. I also never heard of Motormouth, Killpower or the Super Soldiers, I guess because I don't live in the UK. Do any of these still appear in comics over there?



I heard that Nomad sacrificed herself in the Onslaught Unleashed mini-series. I dont know the details.

Deaths Head made his debut in a one page story called 'High Noon Tex' in the pages of Transformers (he was created by Transformers writer Simon Furman). He then went on to become a regular guest star in some really popular Transformers stories. After that he guest appeared in a number of UK titles such as Dr Who and Dragons Claws, before getting a solo title of his own whilst continuing to guest elsewhere. He most recently appeared in the S.W.O.R.D mini and in the current Ironman arc.

Motormouth and Killpower briefly appeared in Captain Britain and MI13. Hauer - the leader of the UK Super Soldiers - was show to be present when the UK signed the SHRA during Civil War.


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