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Appearing in "Prologue"Edit

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Supporting Characters:

  • an old friend
  • Abdul Muhammed

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Synopsis for "Prologue"Edit

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in "Behold the Man"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Karl Glogauer

Supporting Characters:

  • Mr. Matson
  • John the Baptist
  • Monica
  • Roman soldiers
  • Joseph
  • Mary
  • Jesus
  • Sir James Headington
  • Judas Iscariot
  • Pilate
  • Caiaphas

Villains:

  • Mervyn
  • Williams

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Synopsis for "Behold the Man"Edit

adaptated from a story by Michael Moorcock
Unknown Worlds of Science Fiction Vol 1 6 007


Appearing in "Old Soldier"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Scott

Supporting Characters:

  • Jill
  • Larry
  • government official
  • Mr. Hardley

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Synopsis for "Old Soldier"Edit

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in "Mind Games"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • Norm Johnson

Supporting Characters:

  • Sgt. McKee
  • soldiers
  • God
  • Death

Villains:

  • demons

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Synopsis for "Mind Games"Edit

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in "Visitation"Edit

Featured Characters:

  • "Alien"

Supporting Characters:

  • Sarah
  • Jodian
  • Aliens

Villains:

  • mob
  • Karl

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Synopsis for "Visitation"Edit

  • Synopsis not yet written.



I think doing such a toned-down adaptation of Behold the Man showed how concerned they were about possible negative feedback. They completely left out the aspects of Jesus being an idiot, Mary being a whore and the priest molestation that made Moorcock's story so memorable.


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