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Sept (Seven) volume 4, "Sept missionnaires" ("Seven Missionaries") by Alain Ayroles and Luigi Critone, published in 2008? It's part of a French "conceptual" series of seven unrelated comics, written and drawn by seven different teams (as part of a challenge launched by a comics writer), telling the missions of seven unrelated groups of people, in various ...


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According to this previous unrelated Stack Exchange answer, this appears to be a panel from House of M #2, a series set in an alternate reality where mutants are the privileged class instead of discriminated against, and features Wonder Man (Simon Williams, a non-mutant) being interviewed by Dazzler (Alison Blaire). A larger version of the panel confirms ...


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There are essentially two The Batman Who Laughs first issues The first is a "tie-in" comic to Dark Knights: Metal, The Batman Who Laughs. It starts with the Batman who Laughs and tells his history. The second is the first of seven issues in the Dark Knights: Metal storyline, The Batman Who Laughs, where the regular Batman is introduced to the Batman who ...


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I can't find the specific image you're looking for, but I have a pretty good feeling you're remembering the French series XXe ciel.com (1997-2001) by Yslaire. Translated from Babelio: Brussels, Marche 1st, 1998. Eva Stern lets herself be carried away by a strange dream. She dreams of an angel with a wounded forehead, looking down from the clouds over a ...


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I think you're referring to the Bloodlines crossover event. "Bloodlines" was a 1993 comic book story arc published by DC Comics. It was an intracompany crossover that ran through DC's superhero annuals and concluded with a two-issue Bloodbath miniseries written by Dan Raspler. The antagonists were a race of monstrous xenomorph-like aliens who killed ...


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Zero doubt here: you're thinking of the English cover of "Gearing Up", the third volume of Wake, originally published in France in 2000 and translated in English in 2002. I found it because I read this series (it's absolutely excellent by the way). In some volumes, Nävis (the protagonist) has to wear a panda-like disguise, which your description reminded me ...


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In short, no. In long, they are both. Frenemies or "The enemy of my enemy is my friend" by Sun Tzu explains their relationship quite well. It has been a complicated relationship between the two, over the years. Adam is Life's Champion and Thanos is the Death's champion (Vol. 1, No. 11, 1976, Comic 02153 - Warlock - The Strange Death of Adam Warlock) . ...


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