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Warrior (UK) 1-A
Comic Book by Quality Communications, Mar 01 1982
Warrior (UK) 1-A by Quality Communications
MAR 01 1982
No Story Arcs
Editorial by Dez Skinn about the launch of Warrior magazine.
"...A Dream of Flying"
Mike Moran's past is a foggy haze. One thing that is lucid is the recurring nightmare he relives most nights for the past years. Dreams of brightly-colored flying men and atomic explosions will have to take a back seat today.
Today's assignment is to cover the opening of a nuclear plant, somewhere up north in the Lake District. On the way, Mike frantically tries to remember a word from that same dream. At journey's end, Moran meets up with his colleague, Paul Duncan, whose occupation is to snap pictures and crack wise. Mike's not in the mood and also has a killer migraine.
Things get worse, as armed terrorists seek to hijack nuclear material from the facility. Moran collapses with his head pounding as if Gareth Edwards were kicking it for fun. Just as one of the balaclava-wearing criminals drags Mike down a hallway, the elusive missing word appears to him through kismet; "Kimota!"
With a fantastic phantasmagorical flash of phosphorescence, a legend is reborn.
"Marvelman Mightiest Man in the Universe"
Dez Skinn details the publication history of UK hero, Marvelman from the 1950's.
The Spiral Path:
Losing a years-long war, King Galbrain and his remaining loyal troops are assailed by sorcerous means, forcing them to take shelter in the hills of uncharted territory. However, their enemies are massing in the thousands in the valleys below.
"A True Story?"
Two page sci-fi story.
"The Legend of Prester John"
A dying Knight passes tales of the legendary warrior-king on to the next generation.
V for Vendetta:
"Chapter One, The Villain"
Poor little London waif, Evey Hammond tries to sell her body with awkward and perilous consequences. As a squad of corrupt policemen close in around her, a sinister, caped, Vaudevillian-masked mannequin quoting Shakespeare disrupts the proceedings.
Leaving chaos in his wake is only the entrée of this laughing Cavalier; planted explosives tear through the Houses of Parliament. Fireworks light up the metropolitan sky in the shape of the letter, "V". V for Victory? Valediction? Vindication? Vigilantism? Only time will tell.
Father Shandor ...Demon Stalker:
"Spawn from Hell's Pit!"
Reprinted from House of Hammer (UK) #8
Joseph Shandor defies the hierarchy of his monastery by dabbling in the occult to greater protect civilization from demons absconding from the underworld.
Laser Eraser and Pressbutton:
Ruthless assassin Mysta Mystralis doesn't lets news of a botched hit-job get in the way of a good hot shower.
Profiles of all the creators involved in issue #1.
First appearances of Liz Moran, Caed, V, Evey Hammond, Mysta Mystralis and Zirk.
Steve J. Parkhouse
Alan Moore (aka Curt Vile)
Steve Moore (aka Pedro Henry)
Steve J. Parkhouse
Elizabeth "Liz" Moran / Elizabeth "Liz" Sullivan
Eve "Evey" Hammond
Jonathan "Johnny" Bates
Kid Marvelman / Kid Miracleman
Legion of Lost Souls
Marvelman / Miracleman
Marvelman Family / Miracleman Family
Michael "Mike" Joseph Moran / Micky Moran
Richard "Dicky" William Dauntless
Steven "Steve" Cambridge
Young Marvelman / Young Miracleman
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