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Mockingbird (DC)

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2009-12-18 23:51:46 Cononach First Name various people various people
2007-03-10 12:13:42 IndieRockLance Alias Mockingbird (DC) Mockingbird (DC)
2005-12-20 14:20:47 DarthSkeptical First Name various people
2005-12-20 14:18:46 DarthSkeptical First Name Lex
2005-12-20 14:18:46 DarthSkeptical Last Name Luthor
2005-12-20 14:18:46 DarthSkeptical Alias Mockingbird (III - Villains United) Mockingbird (DC)
2005-12-20 14:18:46 DarthSkeptical Bio "Mockingbird" is not a person in the DCU, but a code word, a title. It indicates who is the leader of the Secret Six. As of 2005, there have been three distinct Secret Six teams, but each one has been led by a person using the code word, "Mockingbird". In each series, Secret Six (1968), the one that was introduced in Action Comics #601, and the one formed for Villains United (2005), the use of the code word is a device to create confusion among heroes trying to pursue the group, and it's a literary device to preserve some mystery for the reader.


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