2002 Comics Characters Debuts: Hood, Clayface, Dust, Bigby Wolf, Trickster, Hush, Snow White, Fantomex, Boy Blue, Quentin Quire, Agent X

 
9781155510941: 2002 Comics Characters Debuts: Hood, Clayface, Dust, Bigby Wolf, Trickster, Hush, Snow White, Fantomex, Boy Blue, Quentin Quire, Agent X
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 197. Not illustrated. Chapters: Hood, Clayface, Dust, Bigby Wolf, Trickster, Hush, Snow White, Fantomex, Boy Blue, Quentin Quire, Agent X, Ultimate Captain America, Flycatcher, Frau Totenkinder, Manitou Raven, Outlaw, Tarantula, Onomatopoeia, Peek-A-Boo, Alliance, Temugin, Batzarro, Pinocchio, Luke Carlyle, Jack Horner, Sandi Brandenberg, Cyborgirl, Witchfire, Washout, Rama Khan, Shathra, Mortician. Excerpt: The Hood (Parker Robbins) is a fictional character, a supervillain and crime boss in the Marvel Comics Universe. Created by writer Brian K. Vaughan and artists Kyle Hotz and Eric Powell, the character first appeared in The Hood #1 (July 2002). The Hood first appeared in his own self-titled MAX limited series in 2002 which featured his origin, as a character who had a cloak and boots stolen from a Nisanti demon, which granted him invisibility and limited levitation respectively. The Hood next appeared in the 2006 miniseries Beyond!, a miniseries set in outer space, which had the character shift towards a slightly more anti-heroic side as opposed to a villainous one. Brian Michael Bendis stated in a 2007 Newsarama interview that within the pages of New Avengers, Parker Robbins would be getting similar treatment to Vito Corleone in The Godfather Part II. Bendis says that "...like the Sentry and Echo the Hood is one of these excellent brand new creations that no one else was touching, and thats how they fall by the wayside." Confirming the statement and having Parker return to his villainous roots, a 2007 New Avengers storyline had Parker rise to becoming "the 'Godfather' of all supervillains", mostly due to the fact that Marvel's Civil War event prevented any heroes from stopping him. Although the New Avengers defeated the Hood's new gang of supercriminals, he broke them out, only to be defeated once more. Following 2008's Secre...

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