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Kid Eternity (DC)(Post Crisis)

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2012-05-24 15:49:51 aaronmoish Alias Kid Eternity (DC) (02) Kid Eternity (DC)(Post Crisis)
2012-05-24 15:49:51 aaronmoish Bio Re-imagined version of the character, created by Ann Nocenti and Sean Phillips. Not the Morrison version, and not the "brother of Captain Marvel, Jr." version originally envisioned by DC. The DC version closest to the Quality original.

Was killed by Mordru in JSA (1999) #1, but then clearly came back to life in 2006's Teen Titans #31, thanks to Brother Blood mucking about with the line between death and life.

Was killed by Mordru in JSA (1999) #1, but then clearly came back to life in 2006's Teen Titans #31, thanks to Brother Blood mucking about with the line between death and life.
2012-05-24 15:49:51 aaronmoish Notes As he appeared principally in his own Vertigo series, he's not really a part of the mainstream DCU. However, he has briefly, and fairly inexplicably, appeared in the DCU at moments of what might be called "cosmic stress". Although Grant Morrison and Ann Nocenti interpreted this character differently, he is clearly intended to be the same post-Crisis character, as evidenced by the supporting cast from Morrison's series (Jerry Sullivan and Val Hoffman) appearing in Nocenti's.
2007-03-10 11:27:00 IndieRockLance Alias Kid Eternity (VERTIGO) Kid Eternity (DC) (02)
2007-03-10 11:27:00 IndieRockLance Bio Re-imagined version of the character, created by Ann Nocenti and Sean Phillips. Not the Morrison version, and not the "brother of Captain Marvel, Jr." version originally envisioned by DC. The DC version closest to the Quality original.

Was killed by Mordru in JSA (1999) #1, but then clearly came back to life in 2006's Teen Titans #31, thanks to Brother Blood mucking about with the line between death and life.

Re-imagined version of the character, created by Ann Nocenti and Sean Phillips. Not the Morrison version, and not the "brother of Captain Marvel, Jr." version originally envisioned by DC. The DC version closest to the Quality original.

Was killed by Mordru in JSA (1999) #1, but then clearly came back to life in 2006's Teen Titans #31, thanks to Brother Blood mucking about with the line between death and life.

2007-03-10 11:27:00 IndieRockLance Notes As he appeared principally in his own Vertigo series, he's not really a part of the mainstream DCU. However, he has briefly, and fairly inexplicably, appeared in the DCU at moments of what might be called "cosmic stress". As he appeared principally in his own Vertigo series, he's not really a part of the mainstream DCU. However, he has briefly, and fairly inexplicably, appeared in the DCU at moments of what might be called "cosmic stress".
2006-09-03 09:26:25 ferroboy Alias Kid Eternity (VERTIGO 03) Kid Eternity (VERTIGO)
2006-09-01 15:35:45 DarthSkeptical Notes As he appeared principally in his own Vertigo series, he's not really a part of the mainstream DCU. However, he has briefly appeared alongside mainstream DCU characters in moments of what might be called "cosmic stress". As he appeared principally in his own Vertigo series, he's not really a part of the mainstream DCU. However, he has briefly, and fairly inexplicably, appeared in the DCU at moments of what might be called "cosmic stress".
2006-09-01 15:29:53 DarthSkeptical Bio Re-imagined version of the character, created by Ann Nocenti and Sean Phillips. Not the Morrison version, and not the "brother of Captain Marvel, Jr." version originally envisioned by DC. Perhaps the DC version closest to the Quality original.

Was killed by Mordru in JSA (1999) #1, but then clearly came back to life in 2006's Teen Titans #31, thanks to Brother Blood mucking about with the line between death and life.

Re-imagined version of the character, created by Ann Nocenti and Sean Phillips. Not the Morrison version, and not the "brother of Captain Marvel, Jr." version originally envisioned by DC. The DC version closest to the Quality original.

Was killed by Mordru in JSA (1999) #1, but then clearly came back to life in 2006's Teen Titans #31, thanks to Brother Blood mucking about with the line between death and life.

2006-09-01 15:29:53 DarthSkeptical Notes As of 2006, the most recent version of the character. As he appeared principally in his own Vertigo series, he's not really a part of the mainstream DCU. However, he has briefly appeared alongside mainstream DCU characters in moments of what might be called "cosmic stress".
2006-09-01 15:24:39 DarthSkeptical Alias Kid Eternity of post-Crisis (DC 03) Kid Eternity (VERTIGO 03)
2006-09-01 15:12:40 DarthSkeptical Alias Kid Eternity (DC 03) Kid Eternity of post-Crisis (DC 03)
2006-03-07 13:21:58 DarthSkeptical First Name Kit
2006-03-07 13:21:58 DarthSkeptical Last Name Freeman
2006-03-07 13:21:58 DarthSkeptical Alias Kid Eternity Kid Eternity (DC 03)
2006-03-07 13:21:58 DarthSkeptical Bio Re-imagined version of the character, created by Ann Nocenti and Sean Phillips. Not the Morrison version, and not the "brother of Captain Marvel, Jr." version originally envisioned by DC. Perhaps the DC version closest to the Quality original.

Was killed by Mordru in JSA (1999) #1, but then clearly came back to life in 2006's Teen Titans #31, thanks to Brother Blood mucking about with the line between death and life.

2006-03-07 13:21:58 DarthSkeptical Notes As of 2006, the most recent version of the character.


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