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in: Comics, 1994, 1994, June Modern-Age, Blackwulf Vol 1, Tom DeFalco/Editor-in-Chief, Angel Medina/Cover Artist, Glenn Herdling/Writer, Angel Medina/Penciler, Bill Anderson/Inker, Ray Murtaugh/Colourist, John Morelli/Letterer, Ralph Macchio/Editor, Blackwulf (Lucian) (Earth-616)/Appearances, Pelops (Earth-616)/Appearances, Caitlin Maddox (Earth-616)/Appearances, Underground Legion (Earth-616)/Appearances, William Amos (Earth-616)/Appearances, H.R. O'Damia (Earth-616)/Appearances, Toxin (Underground Legion) (Earth-616)/Appearances, Wildwind (Earth-616)/Appearances, Touchstone (Earth-616)/Appearances, Oliver Broadhurst (Earth-616)/Mentions, Deviants (Homo descendus)/Appearances, Tantalus (Deviant) (Earth-616)/Appearances, Peacekeepers (Earth-616)/Appearances, William Amos (Earth-TRN271)/Appearances, Bristle (Earth-616)/Appearances, Schizo (Earth-616)/Appearances, Khult (Earth-616)/Appearances, Homo sapiens/Appearances, Sun Tzu (Earth-616)/Mentions, New York City/Appearances, Brooklyn/Appearances, Prospect Park Subway Station/Appearances, William Amos' Mansion/Appearances, Lyonesse/Appearances, Shadowlance/Appearances

Blackwulf Vol 1 1

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Appearing in "Where Monsters Dwell"Edit

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  • Early Human (Appears on a Computer Screen, TV or Hologram Only)
  • Sun Tzu (Mentioned)
  • US Government (Mentioned)

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  • Subway Train

Synopsis for "Where Monsters Dwell"Edit

Lord Tantalus orders one of his sons to kidnap a geneticist, and the other son disguises himself to stop the kidnapping. Unfortunately, Pelops pays the ultimate price for betraying his father.

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