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- ...You are beautiful - like an iridescent butterfly... ... Your aura...your potential. You don't need to appear as you do, Meggan. ... You were like soft clay, moulded by the fear and superstition of your people... They misunderstood your power, your instinct to protect yourself from the cold... ... Perhaps [you don't understand] now. But when you do, the caterpillar will become a butterfly!
Appearing in "Childhood's End"Edit
- Betsy Braddock
- Captain UK (Linda McQuillan)
- Meggan (Appears in flashback and main story)
- Alison Double
- William, Meggan's father (Only Appearance) (Only in flashback)
- Meggan's mother (Only in flashback)
- S.T.R.I.K.E. (Mentioned)
Synopsis for "Childhood's End"Edit
Meggan undergoes a staggering transformation.
Appearing in "Secret Identity"Edit
Synopsis for "Secret Identity"Edit
The mob sets a trap for Night Raven.
Appearing in "P.A.R.T.S vs Zarts, G.I.A, H.F, the Mob Etc..."Edit
Synopsis for "P.A.R.T.S vs Zarts, G.I.A, H.F, the Mob Etc..."Edit
The Space thieves go on the offensive.
Appearing in "Farewell to Draconia"Edit
Synopsis for "Farewell to Draconia"Edit
Daak and Prince Salander escape Draconia.
- First appearance of Meggan in her more traditional, human form.
- Abslom Daak is a reprint from Doctor Who Monthly, while Night Raven is reprinted from Hulk Comic (UK) Vol 1.
- 'The Eye Witness', a one-off text story, also appears in this issue.
- No trivia.
Links and ReferencesEdit
- ↑ First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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