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MISTER JUSTICE

Real Name: Timothy "Tim" Carney

Identity/Class: Human, citizen of the USA (pre-modern era)

Occupation: Adventurer

Group Membership: First Line (Black Fox/Robert William Paine, Blackjack, Doctor Mime, Effigy, Eternal Brain/William Carmody, Firefall, Flatiron/Russell, Frank (see comments), Katyusha/Anya, Liberty Girl/Beverly, Major Mercury/Makkari, Morph, Nightingale, Oxbow, Pixie, Positron/Veronica, Rapunzel, Rebound, Reflex, Squire, Templar, Vulcan, Walkabout, Yankee Clipper/Patrick "Pat" Carney, Yeti)

Affiliations: Mary Carmody, Jim Fitzpatrick, Gadfly (T. Ruth MacRae), Hipster/Captain Hip (Fred MacRae), Princess Khadijah, Cassandra Locke, Mako, Namor the Sub-Mariner, president Richard Milhous Nixon, Riot-Act, Sunshine (Autumn MacRae), Thor Odinson, Venus

Enemies: Axis, Chimera (Zuhn), Howler (Luke Garrow), Jameel, Kang the Conqueror (Nathaniel Richards), Nocturne, Nocturne's Zombie Invaders & Red Skull, Red Front, Rumor, Scimitar, the Scythe, Skrull invasion forces, Typhoon, Fritz von Voltzmann (Karl von Horstbaden), Yellow Claw (Plan Chu), princess Zafina, Zankor
    formerly Blackjack, Positron, Venus

Known Relatives: Patrick "Pat" Carney (brother), unidentified parents (presumably deceased)

Aliases: Kid Justice;
    "Li'l cat" (nickname given by the Hipster), "Mr. J" (nickname used by Pixie);
    "Earth scum" (insult given by the Skrull who shot him)

Base of Operations: Unrevealed,
   
formerly Carmody Institute, Maine, USA;
    formerly First Line Headquarters, Colorado Rockies;

First Appearance: Marvel: The Lost Generation I#12 (March 2000)

Powers/Abilities: Mr. Justice possessed no known superhuman abilities. A superb athlete trained in several forms of martial arts by, among others, fellow First Liner the Black Fox, Mr. Justice was remarkably strong-willed and had a high resistance to pain. After the disappearance of his older brother, the Yankee Clipper, Tim dedicated himself completely to the crime fighting cause. He was certified to fly most conventional airplanes of the day and he even used a personalized jet fighter for transportation. In the mid-1980s, he also drove an armored motorcycle outfitted with miniature rockets. Mr. Justice spoke several languages, among them Arabic. As an unofficial CIA operative, he was privy to a variety of classified information. He was proficient in the use of handguns and carried one around in later years. A mainstay of the First Line in both its incarnations, Tim Carney changed over the decades from an optimistic, cocky and carefree teenager to a hardened vigilante who still had a tendency to be overconfident. Despite his lengthy track record, Justice never felt he was measuring up to the legacy of the Clipper.

Height: 6'1" (by approximation)
Weight: 220 lbs. (by approximation)
Eyes: Blue
Hair: Brown

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History:
(Marvel: The Lost Generation I#1 (fb) - BTS) - Timothy and his older brother, Pat, were born and raised in Scottsbluff, Nebraska. Some time after Pat's graduation, Tim and Pat lost both their parents. Before they died, they made Pat promise he'd always take care of Tim. Eventually Pat (and presumably Tim) left Nebraska when Pat got a job in the American south, working as an engineer at a government facility called Deep Freeze. 

(Marvel: The Lost Generation I#3 - BTS) - After learning that his older brother Patrick was secretly the superhero known as the Yankee Clipper, young teenager Timothy "Tim" Carney decided he wanted to follow in his big brother's footsteps. Around 1960, he assumed the costumed identity of Kid Justice and joined the First Line in their Colorado headquarters in a semi-official capacity. Among their enemies were the (presumably) communist group Red Front.

(Marvel: The Lost Generation I#3) - In the Spring of 1961, Kid Justice excitedly came into the First Line's training room, interrupting a training session between the Clipper, Nightingale and Liberty Girl to inform them president Kennedy had just announced an initiative to put a man on the Moon before the end of the decade. Justice was particularly excited by this prospect, considering becoming an astronaut instead of a superhero. He was unaware Kennedy's proposal didn't sit well with the Yankee Clipper who realized this meant the predictions made by Cassandra Locke back in 1955 were about to come true. Clipper took his kid brother aside and made him swear that should anything happen to him, Tim would make sure a specific package would be on board Apollo 11 bound for the Moon. Somewhat perplexed by this unusual request, Carney nevertheless promised to honor Pat's wishes.

(Marvel: The Lost Generation I#3 - BTS) - First Line member Black Fox was in San Francisco where he was investigating the latest scheme of the Yellow Claw and his lackey Fritz von Voltzmann. When some the Claw's men happened to run into the super-powered beatnik hero Hipster and Pixie the Eternal, the Fox was annoyed at having so many loose cannons involved and decided to call in the First Line for backup.

(Marvel: The Lost Generation I#3) - The First Line met the Black Fox in San Francisco's warehouse district where he led them to the lair of the Yellow Claw. As the team engaged the Claw's armored forces, the Clipper warned his brother they were dealing with dangerous enemies. The happy go lucky Kid Justice, however, teamed with the shapeshifter Effigy to knock his assailants over. During the fight, they were joined by the Hipster, who had discovered the Claw's hideout on his own.

(Marvel: The Lost Generation I#3 - BTS) - While the First Line fought on, Nightingale noticed one of the soldiers was holding back. Sensing something was wrong with him, the empath proceeded to heal the illness she felt within him. Unaware her patient was actually the amnesiac Namor the Sub-Mariner, who the Claw had pressed into his service, she undid the Claw's conditioning. Enraged at being used -- and unseen by the First Line except for Black Fox -- the Sub-Mariner attacked Yellow Claw directly. The master villain was forced to detonate a massive explosive hidden underneath his lair.

(Marvel: The Lost Generation I#3) - Kid Justice, Hipster and the others survived thanks to the sudden appearance of force field courtesy of the Yankee Clipper's power belt (inadvertently activated by the time traveling historian Cassandra Locke, who was present during the events and severely injured by the explosion as she continued to jump further into the past). In the aftermath, Kid Justice watched as Liberty Girl, who was impressed by the way Hipster handled himself, asked him to join the First Line. The beatnik hero declined, claiming clubs, lodges and cliques were too squaresville for him.

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(Marvel: The Lost Generation I#4 - BTS) - By 1963, Tim had earned full membership in the First Line. No longer content with his old look, he redesigned his costume to reflect him becoming a real superhero. Thinking himself particularly invulnerable during this period, he was almost defeated by the mercenary Blackjack. However, this did little to rein in his ego which led the Black Fox to believe young Carney would probably be the team's first fatality.

(Marvel: The Lost Generation I#4) - On the morning of November 21st, 1963 the overconfident Kid Justice was training inside the First Line's gym. Determined to teach the cocky teen a lesson, Black Fox adjusted the skill level of the team's training robot who easily slapped Justice around. Planning to get back at the cowled vigilante, Justice figured he could sneak up behind him, only to get effortlessly struck down by his far more experienced teammate. His ego bruised, Justice ran out of the gym, passing Liberty Girl and Nightingale who had come to discuss the empathic Nightingale's disturbing premonition of imminent danger and great loss. Gathering the team in the conference room, Nightingale revealed she felt something terrible was going to happen in the next 24 hours in Dallas, Texas.

(Marvel: The Lost Generation I#4 - BTS) - When wanted super-criminal Howler (Luke Garrow) accepted an offer from Texas industrialist Winget (secretly the Skrull Zuhn who also posed as the omnimorph Chimera) to come to Dallas for a mission, he was spotted by the FBI who immediately alerted the First Line. The team correctly figured Winget and Howler might target the local Stark Industries facility that held a new type of guidance system and planned an ambush there.

(Marvel: The Lost Generation I#4) - Howler fell for the ambush at the Stark Industries plant and was attacked by the First Line. After the Yankee Clipper managed to knock Zuhn out, Zuhn showed himself in his Chimera form. Shapeshifting to avoid the heroes, Chimera found Liberty Girl in his path who somewhat overconfidently figured she could handle him. Chimera brutally lashed out with a swipe of his giant claw, wounding her beyond Nightingale's healing abilities. Justice nevertheless tried to help Beverly by applying pressure to the fatal wound. Moments after Liberty Girl was officially declared deceased, the arrival of the time traveling Cassandra Locke caused the Yankee Clipper's power belt to flare out of control, sending him decades into his own future. Heartbroken and in shock, Justice joined the Black Fox and Effigy in dealing with their dead and wounded.

(Marvel: The Lost Generation I#5 - BTS) - After the disappearance of his brother, Tim Carney decided to take it on himself to carry on the heroic tradition of the Yankee Clipper. Changing his name from "Kid" to "Mister Justice" he dedicated his life to fighting crime, no longer treating it as a fun adventure.

(Marvel: The Lost Generation I#5 - BTS) - During the "summer of love" (1967), acting on a tip from Captain Hip and his partner Sunshine, Mr. Justice and the other members of the First Line decided to investigate a music festival hosted by Venus. Suspecting there might be mind control at work, Pixie and Effigy joined Hip and Sunshine on a fact finding mission to the festival. There, Sunshine fell prey to the mental persuasion of both Venus and Rumor who was secretly adding his power to hers. While Hip went off to rescue his wife, only to succumb to its insidious influences as well, Pixie learned of Rumor's involvement moments before running into the Asgardian thunder god Thor (who had been ordered to Earth by Odin to deal with the situation).

(Marvel: The Lost Generation I#5) - Mr. Justice was waiting around in the First Line's temporary headquarters for Pixie and the others to return. Black Fox, however, was less than patient and angrily lamented the fact Effigy had talked him into working with "those blasted hippies." Revealing he suspected his old enemy the Nazi Rumor might be involved the Fox was interrupted by a gigantic mind-controlled mob running through the streets led by Sunshine and Hip. Confused and uncertain of what to do, the First Line's childlike powerhouse Frank was calmed by Mr. Justice who in turn was surprised to see the Black Fox had disappeared to parts unknown. Taking charge, Justice led the First Line outside to help control the mob, with help from the newly returned Pixie and Thor.

    Justice, Thor and the First Line tried their best to contain the mob but found it hard not to injure the basically innocent mind controlled minors. When Rumor and Venus entered the fray, they soon turned both Thor and the crowd against  the team. Luckily, Effigy and the Black Fox were able to disable the Nazi's vocal cords, an act that immediately released everyone who had fallen prey to his persuasive powers. In the aftermath, Justice watched as Thor rather brusquely rejected Black Fox's invitation to join the First Line. He flew off, declaring he had carried out Odin's orders and now Asgard's mead houses awaited him.

(Marvel: The Lost Generation I#6 - BTS) - At some point in the late 60s, when NASA's plans to land on the Moon were close to becoming a reality, Mr. Justice honored his brother's wishes by arranging for the package he'd received from the Yankee Clipper to be hidden onboard Apollo 11's lunar module. Apart from Tim Carney himself, only two higher ups at NASA were aware of this arrangement.

(Marvel: The Lost Generation I#6) - On July 20th, 1969 at 4.58 in the morning, Mr. Justice and the other members of the First Line answered a summons from their leader Effigy (Velmax). After cursing out Black Fox for being incommunicado (he was enjoying a romantic interlude with the Russian defector Katyusha), Effigy explained that he had sufficient evidence the alien race that had built the ship the team had encountered back on Long Island in 1958 was planning to destroy Apollo 11, scheduled to land on the Moon. Justice and the others boarded the semi-restored ship to reach the Moon. En route, Mr. Justice couldn't help but find it ironic he had pulled so many strings to get the Clipper's memorial on the Lunar Lander while he was now going to the Moon himself. Arriving on the lunar surface, Justice kept himself apprised of the achievements of Armstrong, Aldrin and the other astronauts as they made their first steps on the Moon. The team didn't have much time to take in this monumental achievement when they ran into the super-villains Positron, Typhoon, Howler, Axis and the Scythe, who had been hired by three disguised Skrull agents to destroy the Apollo mission. The First Line proved ultimately victorious, though through unrevealed ways Mr. Justice received a minor injury to his left arm. In the aftermath, heading home on the Skrull saucer Nightingale healed him, which their teammate Firefall clearly didn't approve of (see comments).

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(Marvel: The Lost Generation I#7 (fb) - BTS) - Sometime in 1973, Mr. Justice and his fellow First Liner Oxbow were investigating a lead on the team's archenemy Nocturne. Tracking him to an abandoned warehouse in Cleveland, the two heroes were surprised to find the vampire seemingly had several unexpected allies: the Red Skull and the wartime heroes known as the Invaders. Unaware they were actually fighting zombies created by Nocturne, both Justice and Oxbow were quickly overpowered and captured. When they failed to report back in, Pixie (using her psychic connection to Oxbow) led the First Line to Nocturne's hideout.

(Marvel: The Lost Generation I#7) - After the First Line gained entry to Nocturne's base courtesy of Vulcan's fire powers, they spotted Mr. Justice and Oxbow tied together and hanging from the ceiling. While the team fought the Invaders, Justice tried to worm free even as Oxbow distracted the zombie Cap by kicking him in the head.  During the confrontation, Reflex realized the Invaders and the Skull were actually zombies created and controlled by Nocturne, prompting Templar to kill them all with a single blow of his enhanced broadsword. The team then briefly left Justice and Oxbow hanging while they searched the facility for Nocturne. Coming up empty, they were at least satisfied they'd freed their teammates and stopped the zombies. 

(Marvel: The Lost Generation I#9 (fb) ) - When Halwan's ruler, princess Zafina, ordered her troops to capture three American diplomats stationed in her country, Mr. Justice was sent to liberate the hostages. However, en route to Halwan, his experimental jet was shot down over the Strait of Hormuz.

(Marvel: The Lost Generation I#9 - BTS) - Mr. Justice survived the destruction of his craft and was taken to Halwan's royal palace outside the capital of Kamilabad. There, he was subjected to two days of intense torture by Zafina's inquisitor, Jameel. Meanwhile, Mr. Justice's disappearance caused undersecretary Scott (secretly Effigy/Velmax) to reassemble the First Line to mount a rescue mission.main image

(Marvel: The Lost Generation I#9) - After two days in Zafina's torture chambers, Mr. Justice's spirit remained unbroken. Impressed by the American's persistence, Jameel pleaded with Zafina that it would be dishonorable to treat a brave warrior like Carney so poorly. Zafina nonetheless ordered one last round of questioning before allowing Mr. Justice some rest while she considered other ways of making him talk. Carney welcomed this final session with a smile, inviting Jameel and his colleague to do their worst, after all he had nothing better to do. Surviving the encounter, Carney was brought to a suite in the palace where his wounds were tended to by the palace's physician, princess Khadijah. Impressed that he was the first man to survive her cousin Zafina's torture chambers, Khadijah went on to compliment him on his remarkable resistance to pain. Explaining he had the best teacher that ever lived, Justice then proceeded to charm the startled Khadijah, convincing her to help him escape.

 

(Marvel: The Lost Generation I#9 - BTS) - While the First Line broke into the Halwan royal palace looking for Mr. Justice (which ended in the death of Blackjack), Princess Khadijah had her patient transported to the nearest airport where they hijacked a plane bound for Israel. Their successful escape was monitored by the telepathic First Line member Professor Carmody. Upon landing in Tel Aviv, the critically injured Mr. Justice was brought to Ben-Gurion medical center where the other members of the First Line eventually joined them after escaping Halwan on their own. 

(Marvel: The Lost Generation I#9) - Despite Khadijah's diagnosis that he would never fully recover from some of his injuries, Mr. Justice made an almost instant, complete recovery thanks to the supreme efforts of Nightingale. Waking up hale and hearty, Carney thanked the team's resident healer, claiming he owed her his life two times now.

main image(Marvel: The Lost Generation I#1) - Sometime in the mid 1980s, Mr. Justice was in Manhattan chasing an armored battle wagon on his combat cycle. He launched two miniature rockets to disable the vehicle and then proceeded to pound on the gang members who opened fire on him as he approached their wrecked wagon. Unbeknownst to Carney, the fight was witnessed by his older brother who had just completed his accidental timejump from 1963. Pat was able to save his kid brother from getting shot in the back. Upon seeing the Yankee Clipper, a furious Mr. Justice initially figured someone was playing a cruel prank by dressing like him. When the Clipper unmasked to prove he really was Patrick Carney, he initially figured he was dealing with a Skrull. Pat, however, managed to convince Justice he was the genuine article by asking if he had carried out his orders from 1961 to hide a package on the Apollo 11 lander. Overjoyed to see his brother, Justice initially hugged the Clipper before flying into a violent rage and assaulting him. Calling Pat a miserable, low down deserter for leaving them all those years, Mr. Justice eventually was overcome by his own emotions and broke down crying. Sobbing, Tim told Pat he'd tried so hard to fill his shoes, to be like him, but that he was never good enough. Carney comforted his sibling, reminding him he'd always had the advantage of the power belt.

Shortly afterwards, Mr. Justice took the Clipper to see Robert Paine (the Black Fox) to discuss what had happened to them. Realizing the power belt also had the ability to transport people through time, Tim suggested the best thing to do was send Pat back to 1963. Pat, however, explained that would not be possible or desirable. For one, he didn't know how to operate the belt, nor could he predict how going back would alter history. Claiming that any change would be an improvement, Mr. Justice tried to convince his brother to go back. Paine interjected, reminding them of Nightingale's warning after he'd vanished: "There's no turning back... lest even more lives be lost." Carney then tried to get the Yankee Clipper to make a comeback, figuring it might bring the First Line back to its former glory (by then, the team had been mostly working underground after president Nixon broke them up in 1973). The Clipper dismissed that idea as well, claiming he was nowhere near ready to do that. Instead, he opted to go to their parents' old cabin in the woods to get a better handle on his new status quo. Mr. Justice watched his brother go off, convinced he was going to be the loneliest man alive. The Black Fox assured Tim that his brother wouldn't be alone (The Fox had contacted Pixie who took the Clipper to the Eternals to help him adapt)

(Marvel: The Lost Generation I#11) - While Nocturne was carrying out his latest scheme involving the self designed Alchem-Tech virus, Mr. Justice was away on a solo mission in the Caribbean. Only when his fellow First Liners Pixie and Firefall had been captured by Nocturne (and subsequently rescued by Walkabout) was he alerted to the crisis. He fired up his jet and arrived in New York seconds after Pixie had managed to destroy the sentient, self evolving virus by turning it into stone. As a side effect, its creator Nocturne ended up petrified as well. Delighted to see one of their oldest, most implacable foes defeated, Mr. Justice tried to break off the villain's petrified mask to see what the alleged vampire really looked like. However, the stone form was so brittle that Nocturne's entire body turned to rubble. After collecting all the pieces and storing it inside a sealed container, Mr. Justice repeatedly stressed he hadn't intended to kill the villain. His teammates assured him they were well aware of that and, besides, Nocturne had survived worse. 

(Marvel: The Lost Generation I#11 - BTS) - Upon returning from their New York mission, Mr. Justice and the other First Line members were surprised to find the captured alien shapeshifter Zankor chained up in their base at New England's Carmody Institute. After thorough interrogation, the First Line's leader Effigy managed to learn Zankor had been sent by the Skrull emperor Dorrek VII to verify if Earth was ripe for conquest.

 

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(Marvel: The Lost Generation I#12) - Mr. Justice reunited with most of the other First Line members and allies when the team learned the announced Skrull invasion was imminent. Justice went into space with the small army of Earth's defenders and boarded the lead Skrull vessel where a ferocious fight ensued. Right in the middle of the battle, he spotted Cassandra Locke who had popped up to observe the conflict firsthand. Recognizing the belt she was wearing as the one belonging to his brother, he grabbed the future historian and demanded to know where she got it. Locke explained she retrieved it from an archeological dig two hundred years in the future. This led Justice to the realization he was dealing with the woman from the future Pat had told him about back in 1961. The notion that time had come full circle caught the trained fighter off guard long enough for a Skrull soldier to sneak up and shoot him in the back, apparently killing him. Mr. Justice's body was later, presumably, vaporized when the entire Skrull armada was destroyed in Earth's orbit. 

(X-Men: The Hidden Years I#16 (fb) - BTS) - Several years after his apparent death, Mr. Justice was remembered by Pixie when she revealed the fate of the First Line to the X-men who had encountered wayward former First Liner Yeti on one of their adventures.

Comments: Created by Roger Stern (writer), John Byrne (pencils), Al Milgrom (inks).

    Every generation has its Captain America, even the lost ones. Unfortunately, the First Line got Mr. Justice, the somewhat ineffectual fighting American.

    While Mr. Justice was perhaps being a bit too harsh on himself when he told the Clipper he never measured up to his legend, he isn't that wrong. For one, he never proved instrumental during any of his recorded appearances with the team. And when he went solo, the First Line had to come to his rescue on no less than two separate occasions... Not the most stellar of track records. Then again, for a  regular human with little more than acrobatics and a handgun going for him, he fared better than most of the other non-powered Lost Generation characters. 

    Considering the dirty looks Firefall shot Nightingale when she touched Carney, one might conclude she was interested in him. Whether or not Justice ever reciprocated the fiery First Liner's apparent interest has not been revealed.

    Mr. Justice's place of birth (Scottsbluff, Nebraska) and the fact both his parents are deceased were revealed in the Yankee Clipper profile in The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z I#13 (2008).

    It's not clear whether Frank from the First Line is definitely the Frankenstein monster or not. The First Line and Frankenstein Monster profiles in the OHotMU are contradictory in this regard, with the former saying they are the same and the latter saying it is "unknown."
    As the head writer of the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe at that time, I can tell you, the official policy is:
Frank of the First Line is apparently either a Frankenstein monster – meaning a creature created in the manner of Victor Frankenstein’s first creation – or just a being with a similar appearance and abilities who adopted the name Frank due to the notable similarities. However, it as yet remains unrevealed whether Frank is actually the original creation of Victor Frankenstein, aka “the Frankenstein monster.” Previous entries referencing Frank as “Frankenstein monster” were unclear in specifying/clarifying this point.
--Snood.

    Further, the Rumor profile in Thor: Asgard's Avenger, erroneously notes the Venus who was involved with Rumor to have been the siren. The Venus/Aphrodite/goddess profile in her Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe entry confirms this to have been the goddess. The Rumor entry is in error.
--Snood.

Profile by Norvo.

CLARIFICATIONS:
Mister Justice should not be confused with


Mr. Justice's Jet

Mr. Justice flew a personalized, one-man fighter jet he used for his solo missions. The jet was equipped with advanced communications technology that allowed him to stay in touch with his fellow First Liners. Unlike most aircrafts of its era, the Justice jet could hover, allowing Carney to easily disembark and re-enter the plane via a self extending rope ladder. Justice's jet was fast enough to cover the distance between the Caribbean and New York City within an hour or two (most conventional flights take an average of around 4 hours). Mr. Justice flew an experimental version of his jet, presumably an early prototype, on a mission to Halwan. That craft, however, was shot down over the Strait of Hormuz and is presumed lost.


-- Marvel: The Lost Generation I#9, 11




Mr. Justice's Combat Cycle


As early as the mid 1980s, Mr. Justice used a personalized motorcycle to get around. Its maximum velocity was not revealed, but the bike was maneuverable enough to operate at high speeds in as crowded a place as downtown Manhattan. The cycle was armored and came equipped with a weapons array that, at least, included two mini-rocket launchers mounted on the front. While riding his bike, he wore a helmet in the shape and color of his own mask.


-- Marvel: The Lost Generation I#1










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Marvel The Lost Generation I#11, p16, pan2 (main image)
Marvel The Lost Generation I#3, p4, pan4 (Kid Justice)
Marvel The Lost Generation I#4, p6, pan3 (2nd costume)
Marvel The Lost Generation I#12, p15, pan4 (dies)
Marvel The Lost Generation I#11, p15, pan5 (jet)
Marvel The Lost Generation I#1, p16, pan3 (combat cycle)


Appearances:
Marvel: The Lost Generation I#12 (March 2000) - Roger Stern (writer), John Byrne (pencils), Al Milgrom (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Marvel: The Lost Generation I#11 (April 2000) - Roger Stern (writer), John Byrne (pencils), Al Milgrom (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Marvel: The Lost Generation I#9 (June 2000) - Roger Stern (writer), John Byrne (pencils), Al Milgrom (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Marvel: The Lost Generation I#7 (August 2000) - Roger Stern (writer), John Byrne (pencils), Al Milgrom (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Marvel: The Lost Generation I#6 (September 2000) - Roger Stern (writer), John Byrne (pencils), Al Milgrom (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Marvel: The Lost Generation I#5 (October 2000) - Roger Stern (writer), John Byrne (pencils), Al Milgrom (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Marvel: The Lost Generation I#4 (November 2000) - Roger Stern (writer), John Byrne (pencils), Al Milgrom (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Marvel: The Lost Generation I#3 (December 2000) - Roger Stern (writer), John Byrne (pencils), Al Milgrom (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Marvel: The Lost Generation I#1 (February 2001) - Roger Stern (writer), John Byrne (pencils), Al Milgrom (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
X-Men: The Hidden Years I#16 (March 2001) - John Byrne (writer, pencils), Tom Palmer (inks), Jason Leibig (editor)


Last updated: 05/11/14

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