Real Name: Doctor Henry Edward Clerk
Identity/Class: Extradimensional/Alternate Reality (Earth-88194 / Shadowline) human mad scientist
Occupation: Nuclear Physicist;
formerly employed by Department of Defense;
former assistant night manager of Stop n' Stuff
Group Membership: None;
former member of the Merchants
Affiliations: Employed Frederick
Gramon (the Grey Man) and a group of loyal agents;
former ally of General Franklin Retler, Dirk Ravenscore
Enemies: Dr. Burnich, Dr. Zero, Gordon Castle, Michael Devlin, Donald Gaffney, Gregor Gerasimov, MERCHANTS, Murray, John Nighthunter, Order of St. George, Powerline, Dirk Ravenscore, Franklin Retler, Snowball, el Vattivo, Ripley Weaver, Sheila Willis
Known Relatives: Unidentified father
Aliases: "Hank" (while at Stop n' Stuff)
Base of Operations: Formerly the Toy Factory, and Arctic Weapons Research Facility; Earth-Shadowline
First Appearance: Dr. Zero#2 (June, 1988)
Powers/Abilities: No superhuman powers. However, Clerk is extremely intelligent, able to develop and complete theories and operations in nuclear physics significantly in advance of any other mind on Earth. His demented mind, combined with an obsessive thirst for knowledge, makes his knowledge an extremely dangerous weapon. He is willing to sacrifice or destroy all life on Earth to test his theories.
In addition, he is able to analyze the abilities of powerful superhumans, deduce their underlying nature/power structure, and thus neutralize their abilities. His scheming mind allows him to dupe his opponents and stay a few steps ahead of and beyond them.
His mind was further destabilized by being reduced to near idiocy by Zero, and then having his intellect restored by an agent of Dirk Ravenscore.
He also really, really, really, really, really likes chili.
(Dr. Zero#3 (fb)) - As a child, Henry Clerk demonstrated an incredible aptitude for science, but he also demonstrated destructive behavior and a total lack of regard for life of any kind. He launched his family pet, a cat named Snowball, up in a miniature rocket, which he then blew up, just to see if it would happen as he thought it would. This was also his payback for Snowball having scratched him on the leg.
(Critical Mass#5 Forward (fb)) - As a young student, Henry attended Catholic School, where he did not fit in because he questioned, and even ridiculed, religious faith due to its lack of hard evidence. In mid-rant, he mentioned that his dad was a scientist and could explain everything. However, it was later shown that his father was actually a delivery man.
(Critical Mass#5 Interlude (fb)) - As a student at an
unidentified university, Clerk got himself into trouble with a
jock, who shoved him to the ground and belittled him when he
asked him to keep the noise down at his party. Clerk quickly
conceived revenge, and used some material, presumably, magnesium,
to blind the jock while he was taking a leak outside. Clerk then
used a nerve pinch he had learned (that good 'ol comic book nerve
pinch) to temporarily paralyze the jock. Finally, Clerk used a
crude catapult he had fashioned from a board and a car, and
launched the jock through a window at that same party. Point
However, he found the noise from the police sirens (or ambulance) equally annoying.
(Dr. Zero#3 (fb)) - Clerk was fired from research at an unidentified University for his unethical experimentation.
Zero#5 (fb) - BTS) - The Military Response and Covert Techniques
Squadron were allegedly one of the groups established by the Department
of Defense right after "Desert One" (the staging base used in the
failed 1980 Operation Eagle Claw, an aborted mission intended to rescue
US hostages from Iran).
(Doctor Zero#5 (fb) - BTS) - Dr. Henry Clerk was one of the founders of the MRCTS.
(Critical Mass#4/interlude (fb) - BTS) - Retler and Clerk co-wrote the Merchants charter, with the key goal being "to protect the United States of America from any threat, by any means."
(Dr. Zero#2) - Henry Clerk spoke out on the advantages and potentials of nuclear energy. Later, stationed at an Arctic Weapons Research Facility, Clerk began his plan:
Forty-four years ago, they detonated the
world's first atomic device at the trinity site...The scientists
held a pool then, on whether or not the device would set off a
chain reaction which would ignite the atmosphere and burn the
planet to a cinder...
The fact that we are here today attests to the fact that that did not happen. Needless to say, I've improved on their designs...and corrected their mistakes. Would anyone care to place their bets for this time around?"
The Shadow known as Dr. Zero learned of Clerk's plans to try to destroy the planet and tracked him down. However, having anticipated Zero's interference and had time to analyze some of his previous victims, Clerk correctly determined that Zero's powers were based on a combination of electrical and chemical properties. Deducing the precise nature of these energies, Clerk set a trap for Zero. Using a chemical fire and a taser-like weapon, Clerk neutralized the superhuman abilities of the most powerful Shadow on the planet, and incapacitated him in the process. Clerk examined Zero for pulse, heartbeat, and respiration, and having found none, and having noticed a rapid decrease in Zero's body temperature, pronounced him dead. He dumped his body into the frigid waters below the outside ice.
However, Zero didn't play by the rules, and wasn't quite dead yet.
(Dr. Zero#3) - Clerk had Dr. Burnich, who had led the decision to terminate his research ten years before, abducted and tied to a missile, which he then launched and detonated. He was well aware of, and even amused by, the parallels between this and his treatment of Snowball.
Clerk continued with his mission, fully hoping to destroy all life on Earth to prove his theorem, that his bomb would ignite the nitrogen in the atmosphere. Zero, however, recovered and returned to the Toy Factory again. Clerk managed to ambush him with a lead pipe. Zero quickly retaliated, battering Clerk mercilessly, but not before the madman could activate the timer on his bomb. Clerk had made the timer so that any attempt to destroy it would instantly detonate the device. However, Clerk underestimated the power of Zero, who allowed the bomb to detonate, but surrounded it with a vacuum, so it had no atmosphere to work on. He then channeled the massive energies in a unidirectional fashion into space, which, although it nearly killed Zero, saved the world from the bomb.
Zero thought of taking Clerk in and letting him relive his failure over and over again, or of killing him and ending his threat forever, but then thought better of it. He used his powers on Clerk's mind, stripping away his memories and almost all of his intellect, and sent him to work as a waiter at a truck stop, specializing in chili.
(Dr. Zero#4 - BTS) - A popular publication reported Clerk's sudden and unexpected disappearance (the world never learned what he had been up to).
The Stop n' Stuff Employee Newsletter announced the their employee of the month, Assistant Night Manager at Store#23, who had let his store to outstrip all other branches in the sale of various types of chili, especially the Atomic-Chile-Dogs™. Way to go, Hank!
(St. George#6) - Patty Richardson stopped into Stop n' Stuff to use the phone, and Hank tried to sell her a chili dog. While he failed in that endeavor, he was able to look on the bright side: 'Valuation: No chilee for lady--therefoo, all chilee for me!
(Critical Mass#1) - Seeking someone with the ability to stop his foes, the Powerline, Dirk Ravenscore took the advice of his aid, the Orb, in recruiting the man who had once stopped the most powerful Shadow on the planet. Ravenscore found Clerk and used his power to amplify the abilities of others to restore Clerk's intellect, and possibly even push it beyond its own previous level. Clerk was most gracious and was happy to assist Ravenscore by any means he could, although he did retain an unnatural taste for chili.
Clerk's first mission sent him to punish el Vattivo, one of his drug dealers who had not been paying him. Clerk poisoned el Vattivo with Caesium-127 in his (or her? this was a weird one) chili, and offered a solution from the slow death that the radiation would cause. El Vattivo paid Clerk everything that was owed and more, and Clerk offered the solution: You could shoot yourself dead right now. one-two!
Clerk shared with Ravenscore his revised plan for mankind: What's the point of an experiment that leaves nothing left to study? His new plan would involve the meltdown of all of the nuclear plants on Earth and leave humanity to die and mutate slowly, over a period he could study.
(Critical Mass#1/2) - When Powerline stormed Ravenscores manor, Dirk and Clerk parted company as the monstrous Ravenscore fled from his enemies. Clerk was thankful the opportunity to leave his service and fully pursue his own agenda.
(Critical Mass#2) - Clerk returned to his former laboratory in Washington, D.C., which had been kept sealed as it was accessible only via his fingerprints. He contacted General Retler, his former ally in the MERCHANTS, to inform him that he was still alive.
(Critical Mass#2/2) - Clerk met with Retler and
other US officials and discussed his plans to link all of the
United States nuclear power sites via a grid that would enable
the achievement of a safe, inexpensive, and virtually unlimited
power source. In reality, the grid was to be a system of
interlocking detonators waiting to be triggered by a massive
discharge of radiation.
He explained his encounter with Zero and his resultant absence, although he arranged the details to make himself appear the loyal and innocent victim. He then met with his most loyal agent, Sergeant Gramon, and inducted him into his secret plan. Gramon assured his own loyalty and secrecy by cutting off his own tongue and sewing his lips together. Gramon began the process of murdering the other most intelligent nuclear physicists on the planet, who might discover Clerk's true plans.
(Critical Mass#3) - Clerk called an emergency meeting of the MERCHANTS at a "Celebration of Chili" festival. He used his previous lies regarding Zero to convince the group that Zero was the greatest threat on the face of the planet. He convinced them to distract and otherwise occupy Zero to prevent Zero from discovering his recovery.
(Critical Mass#3 - BTS) - To save his life, Dirk Ravenscore told the Powerline shadow partners (Lenore Castle & Victor Guillermos) and their ally, fellow shadow Ripley Weaver, of Henry Clerk's plans.
(Critical Mass#4) - Clerk initiated the process of secretly disabling the sensors that would otherwise alert the staff of the elevating levels of radiation leakage he would need to institute his plan.
(Critical Mass#4) - After approving information from a marketing company to put commercial nuclear power in a favorable light (including their kid-friendly "mascot," Freddy Fission), Clerk monitored an apparent arms deal involving Gramon and at least a pair of Middle Eastern men. Gramon also showed him information on Sheila Willis, whom he intended to use to distract Zero. Gramon informed him (via a written note) that they would be landing soon.
Soon after, Clerk investigated and perhaps adjusted a nuclear power facility that was supervised by Director Buccellato. Pleased to see that the workers were using sub-standard testing procedures that might disable the facility's safety measures/monitors, Clerk encouraged Buccellato to keep up the good work.
(Critical Mass#4/interlude (fb) - BTS) - Alongside a Merchants crew (perhaps including Gramon), Clerk visited "Nixon's Pyramid" -- a billion dollar anti-ballistic missile facility designed to detect and take out Soviet nuclear missiles, which President Nixon had negotiated to deactivate -- and took most of the sensors, allegedly including some of the ones that didn't work. Clerk told the base's commanding officer (?) they were to going to repair the sensors.
(Critical Mass#4/interlude) - Retler and Gaffney investigated Nixon's pyramid; upon learning of Clerk's actions, Retler dismissed the facility's C.O.(?) and instructed Gaffney to have the dimwit confined so that he couldn't tell anyone else what Clerk had done, noting that he didn't think being cut off from society would be much of a stretch for the man. Retler then admitted that he didn't know what was going on, though Clerk had never given him reason to question him before. Gaffney questioned what Clerk's energy program would need with such sensitive equipment (which could, per Retler, "pick up the proverbial mouse fart"). Though he had cut Clerk a lot of slack because of their past, Clerk's sudden reappearance and this plan to revamp the nuclear industry worried him; he told Gaffney he wanted to know what Clerk was really up to. When Gaffney asked what would happen if he found something more than should be there, Retler assured him that Clerk knew of their mission statement to protect the USA from any threat, by any means.
(Critical Mass#4/2 - BTS) - Ripley Weaver and Victor Guillermos, via a meeting arranged by Ripley's civil servant (and fellow shadow) Murray, told General Johnny Getzer what they had learned about Clerk. After thanking them for bringing the matter to his attention, the general -- as he escorted them out -- assured them on behalf of SAC (Strategic Air Command?) that they would get to the bottom of this; Weaver and Guillermos didn't believe him for a second.
(Critical Mass#4/2) - General Getzer then contacted Retler aboard his ship. After engaging their scrambler, a secure Merchants comm-link was activated, and Getzer, who was on a first name basis with Retler, informed him of this encounter, figuring he should know about the people looking into Clerk. Thanking Johnny, Retler then instructed a lieutenant to get him all of the information they had on "these Powerline brats."
Wishing to clean his own house, Retler considered that the power and prestige of Castle and Guillermos might be of use in taking down Doctor Zero.
(Critical Mass#4/2) - Intercepting the transmission between Generals Getzer and Retler, Clerk considered that as long as he remained ignorant of the true nature of his experiment, Retler remained a useful source of information. Impressed with "this Powerline contingent" as an unwanted tangent in their flowchart, Clerk instructed Gramon to "delete them from the equation."
(Critical Mass#4/2) - Gramon and a number of Merchants ambushed Victor Guillermos, Ripley Weaver, and Murray in a Manhattan subway just after they got on at 42nd street; one of them made the introduction, distracting Weaver by asking him if he wasn't "Ripper? The wrestler?" after whcih Gramon put a gun to Weaver's back. Another Merchant then slew subway engineer/driver/motorman Jerry and took control of the train (re-routing it) before reporting that they were a go.
Weaver knocked away Gramon's gun hand and pushed him back, after which Guillermos created a force field to block their attackers' bullets. Guillermos' field weakened without being linked with Castle's power, it subsequently shorted out the electrical systems, causing a blackout. When Murray projected light to help Guillermos and Weaver escape, one of the Merchants grabbed Murray, but Murray increased his light's intensity to blind his attacker, then sent Guillermos and Weaver into the next car, after which he used lasers to sever the connection between cars.
Ignoring "the fat one" (Murray) as the other two were the primary targets, a trio of Merchants jumped between the separating cars to follow them, although O'Neill didn't make the jump and fell painfully (and perhaps fatally). The two other Merchants tackled the fleeing Guillermos and Weaver, but they fought off the Merchants and then took them out with an electrified chain and one of the Merchants' guns, respectively.
Gramon and at least another pair of Merchants pursued Weaver and Guillermos, whose field buckled under the continued gunfire. When the Merchant who had slain the driver confronted them at gunpoint, Weaver and Guillermos kicked out and dove out a window, with Guillermos' field proving strong enough to protect them from the impact of landing in water far below the bridge to which they had been re-routed.
Appreciating the connections and influence of their foes, Weaver convinced Guillermos they needed to ally with Doctor Zero to stop Clerk.
(Critical Mass#5 Forward) - At an unspecified nuclear power plant, one of the employees/supervisors noted that he had never seen equipment like that and that he "didn't know about these sort of improvements," but Clerk told him he would be sure to take his concerns under advisement just as soon as this enterprise became a democracy.
The plant's supervisor(?) then arrived to personally thank Clerk for everything he was doing for the plant and the entire industry; when Clerk finished his sentence that his work was "genius," the supervisor agreed and told Clerk that he had inspired most of the control room operators to work on getting college degrees. Clerk advised him not to pressure them on his account.
When the supervisor explained a group of touring schoolchildren as an extension of Clerk's Public Relations program to make them see nuclear power as their friend, with the potential to reshape the country, Clerk lit up, assuring him of this potential and asking to speak the children. Clerk told the children he saw them as the inheritors of tomorrow's America, which he hoped to give to them through the magic of science, which could greatly enrich their lives if they had faith in it.
(Critical Mass#5 Interlude) - Clerk spoke at a meeting of America' nuclear industry leaders, assuring them that -- despite fears over recent disasters (Three Mile Island and Chernobyl) -- nuclear power would be beacon's lighting the way to the future; he then met with the leaders, accepting their praise.
(Critical Mass#5/2 (fb) - BTS) - Clerk chose the Idaho Falls SL-1 reactor facility, which had already had a number of minor leakages and failures as the site from which to initiate his plan.
Clerk had Gramon brainwash one of the night staff, trainee Richard Delming (convincing him that army specialist John Hoff had been sleeping with his wife; although Delming had never been married), and led him to slay his co-workers and pull the control rods from the reactor (and impale Hoff with them), leading to a nuclear explosion.
(Critical Mass#5/2) - Clerk subsequently investigated the Idaho Falls facility alongside Gramon and a number of other Merchants agents (apparently including Professor Denham): They identified the corpses of Delming, Navy electrician's mate Richard Anzovin, and Hoff. Impressed with the sight of Hoff's impaled corpse, Clerk had Gramon get him some pictures, for research purposes, of course.
Clerk, Gramon, and Denham subsequently investigated Canonsberg, Pennsylvania, where nuclear waste sites had spread deposits into the ground water, producing vividly colored puddles after a rain. Although Jeff and his unidentified wife were mortified at the government officials wearing radiation suits and carrying guns showing up by their campsite, their daughter Cindy showed off the glowing water, and Clerk agreed with her that it was beautiful. Clerk played with Cindy, letting her push his gloved hand into the water, after whih he splashed the water onto her face; all the while, he considered that the children born following his radiation experiment would make the children born following the Bikini Atoll nuclear testing look beautiful.
Later still, Clark and Gramon -- arriving via a helicopter with a stealth engine -- ambushed Sheila Willis, the girlfriend of Dr. Zero, on her ship, presumably planning to kidnap her to prevent Zero's interference. She recognized Clerk and fled from him when he confronted and spoke to her, but Gramon stopped her at the door, allowing Clerk to shove her back into some oxygen tanks. As he donned a pair of rubber gloves, he told her, "I'd promise you that this won't hurt...but being a scientist dealing in facts, I'm afraid that to say as much would be tantamount lying." Sheila fought back, smashing Clerk in the head with one of the tanks, leading him to beat her to death.
(Critical Mass#5/2 - BTS) - Zero found Clerk's Stop n' Stuff button beside Sheila's dead body; maddened by this, Zero located his ancient Dragon armor and take vengeance on all who had opposed him, starting with the Order of Saint George, before proceeding to Clerk.
(Critical Mass#6: Epilogue One) - At Colorado's Ft. Vrean nuclear plant, Clerk spoke with and distracted security officer Fodor, who greatly appreciated what Clerk had done for the industry, and Gramon sneaked up behind Fodor and broke his neck.
Knowing the monitors were limited and spread out over more areas than the three licensed operators -- Harwin, Jack, and Wally -- could monitor and manage, Clerk drained the reactor's coolant, ultimately causing a meltdown. As Wally telephoned to report a class nine emergency, one of the Merchants cut the phone line, after which another trio of Merchants confronted and fatally shot Harwin, Jack, and Wally.
Clerk then instructed Gramon to take the Merchants and secure the town to ensure no outside interference while he supervised the remainder of the experiment (and enjoyed some atomic chili).
(Critical Mass#6/2) <1345 hours> - Clerk, Gramon, and his other agents performed a complete takeover of Colorado's Ft. Vrean nuclear plant, which they then pushed aggressively towards meltdown.
(Critical Mass#6: Epilogue Two) - As Retler scrambled Merchant troops, Gaffney reported that they had pulled every available satellite off their normal stations and put them on the reactor sites. Gaffney then explained how Clerk had pulled a reactor out of the power grid and that Clerk's Merchant troops were active in the town. As Retler became outraged at Clerk's actions, especially his use of Retler's men, Gaffney further reported that the reactor was getting hotter.
Via apparent presidential order, Retler usurped control of General Johnny Getzer (confirmed as Johnny, at least)'s military base, telling him they were going to war.
(Critical Mass#7 (fb)) <1422 hours> - Retler's Merchant troops entered Ft. St. Vrean with the objective of retaking the town and the reactor; they blacked out media coverage.
Mass#7) - As Gaffney reported the activities in Ft. St. Vrean, Retler
advised that they refer to it only as a war zone. Retler further
advised everyone present that they were not only responsible for their
sections but also for keeping a watch out for Dr. Zero and preventing
his interference. As the others headed out, Gaffney questioned whether
they could really stop Zero if he wanted to be involved. Retler noted
that, with their increased understanding of Zero, they should be able
to keep him out of the way long enough to finish business with Clerk,
although a confrontation with Zero would be disastrous.
However, Retler did not realize until too late that Zero had replaced one of his soldiers until Zero locked the door, trapping Retler and Gaffney in with him. Retler pulled his gun, but Zero swiftly disrmed him and knocked him back with an energy blast while mocking Retler for not being able to keep him out of the way. Gaffney went for an alarm, but Zero blasted Gaffney away before he could sound it, criticizing him as ungrateful.
When Zero told Gaffney he had come to collect his debt and demanded all the information he had on Clerk, Retler angrily asked Gaffney what Zero was talking about, but Zero, noting he had not given Retler permission to speak, gagged him with an energy field. Although Gaffney argued that he didn't ask for Zero to spare him or save his leg, Zero noted that he owed him nonetheless. When Zero demanded the information, Gaffney apologized to Retler before telling Zero the limited information they had.
(Critical Mass#7 (fb) - BTS) - Gaffney told Clerk how a single reactor's containment breach would lead to 6 million square miles contaminated, with 133,000 dead from exposure, and an additional 181,000 experiencing increased probability of cancers in 10 years, with property damage at 17 billion; and Clerk wanted to see this happen at upwards of 72 reactors, one after another.
Mass#7) - In
Ft. St. Vrean, Clerk was pleased as the reactor's alarm signaled the
loss of coolant, and he thanked Sgt. Gramon for the report. As Gramon
handed Clerk an automatic rifle, Clerk noted that he would stay there
to continue to oversee the experiment, and he instructed Gramon and his
troops to see to it that no one reached the reactor before his theories
were tested, "and, of course, proven correct." Mockingly providing
instructions to the dead technicans not to disturb the equipment, after
which he laid his rifle on the dead technician's lap and then tore out
some wiring from the control equipment and used it to tie the
technicians into the positions he wished them to be in.
Clerk then reviewed his theory that the core structure would melt down under the heat, regrouping into a new mass at the bottom of the core, which would reassemble into a supercritical configuration and destructive nuclear excursion. Though releasing less than a kiloton of force, it would be sufficent to breach the containment structure and release the radioactive fission material; this radiation would be sufficient to trigger the sensors installed at all the US commercial reactors, and these sensors would activate similar excursions along the network.
He further considered that when the great minds of science were counted, he would be chief among them, remembered for working for knowledge; it was his duty to explore the limits of the possible, and his destiny to see what lied beyond.
(Critical Mass#7 (fb) - BTS) - Gordon & Lenore Castle, Michael Devlin, Doctor Zero, Gregor Gerasimov, Victor Guillermos, Nighthunter, and Ripley Weaver joined forces and flew a helicopter into Ft. St. Vrean.
(Critical Mass#7 - BTS) - As Clerk's Merchants patrolled the city, firing on any citizens they encountered and having firefights with Retler's Merchants, Zero flew into the city, obliterating the hostile soldiers he encountered before flying into the reactor.
dead technicans suspensed on wires, Clerk caused Zero to expend his
energies destroying them. Clerk then confronted Zero, taunting him for
spending his energies, and then pretended to commit suicide via taking
cyanide. When the vengeful Zero was distraught to have missed out on
his chance, Clerk grabbed the weapon he had stashed and fired repeated
into Zero's abdomen.
Clerk then stood over the fallen Zero, noting that he thought Oppenheimer was smiling after detonating the first atomic bomb. Clerk's triumphant smile faded when Zero got back on his feet and noted that his tighter muscles had slowed the bullets, maybe not enough to save him, but it would give him enough time to finish Clerk.
Clerk tried to bargain for his life, noting that only he could stop things, but Zero knew there was no failsafe and that he only wanted Clerk anyway. Desperate to prevent Zero from somehow calming the nuclear material, Clerk reactivated and overloaded the steam turbines, generating sufficient torque to cause a turbine to tear loose and impact and shatter the containment structure. Despite the events happening around them, the nearly powerless Zero battled Clerk furiously, until Michael Devlin took both men out and hauled them out of the reactor and into the helicopter.
As the reactor released its radiation, however, the recovered Zero tackled Clerk out of the helicopter and threw him back into the reactor; Clerk was apparently consumed in the explosion, although Gordon Castle -- whose powers were amplified by Dirk Ravenscore via energies channeled by Lenore and Victor -- transported the reactor and surrounding land into space, preventing the other reactors from sensing the radiation and following Clerk's plan.
Comments: Created by Archie Goodwin, D. G. Chichester, Margaret Clark, and Denys Cowan.
Clerk is a brilliant character--he and Shreck are the highpoints of the Shadowline. His theories and monologues are interesting to read, and they make you glad it's just a comic book. His discussion of the effects of a nuclear explosion (or a series of them) are real attention getters. I'm not going to make much of an effort to describe his mind, as you have to read the stories to truly appreciate them.
I bet if you found the right shop, you could probably obtain all 31 Shadowline comics for $20 or less.
Doctor Zero#2 (June, 1988) - D. G. Chichester & Margaret Clark (writers), Denys Cowan (pencils), Bill Sienkiewicz (inks), Steve Buccellato (associate editor), Archie Goodwin (editor-in-chief)
Doctor Zero#3-4 (August-October, 1988) - D. G. Chichester & Margaret Clark (writers), Denys Cowan (pencils), Bill Sienkiewicz (inks), Steve Buccellato (associate editor), Archie Goodwin (editor-in-chief)
St. George#6 (April, 1989) - D. G. Chichester & Margaret Clark (writers), Klaus Janson (artist), Steve Buccellato (associate editor), Archie Goodwin (editor-in-chief)
Critical Mass#1-7 (January-July, 1990)
First Posted: 02/19/2003
Last updated: 02/19/2003
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