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Manhunter (1988) #7

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2011-02-15 17:16:24 swamptours Added Character Best, Lucius
2008-12-30 00:37:18 kyletheobald Added Character Doctor Alchemy (01 - Albert Desmond)
2008-09-24 12:31:59 dancreel Added Character Waller (DC), Amanda
2007-06-03 03:29:57 Josh Notes This issue's story apparently didn't have a title. The cover dating of Manunter gets a little wonky with this issue. It goes: Manhunter #6: December 1988 Manhunter #7: Winter 1988 Manhunter #8: Holiday 1988 Manhunter #9: January 1989 This was presumably to ensure that the title would be on schedule for its "Millennium" and "Flash" crossovers that occurred with issues #8 and #9. This issue's story apparently didn't have a title. The cover dating of Manunter gets a little wonky with this issue. It goes: Manhunter #6: December 1988 Manhunter #7: Winter 1988 Manhunter #8: Holiday 1988 Manhunter #9: January 1989 This was presumably to ensure that the title would be on schedule for its "Invasion!" and "Flash" crossovers that occurred with issues #8 and #9.
2007-06-03 03:28:38 Josh Notes This issue's story apparently didn't have a title. The dating of Manunter gets a little wonky with this issue. It goes: Manhunter #6: December 1988 Manhunter #7: Winter 1988 Manhunter #8: Holiday 1988 Manhunter #9: January 1989 This was presumably to ensure that the title would be on schedule for its "Millennium" and "Flash" crossovers that occurred with issues #8 and #9. This issue's story apparently didn't have a title. The cover dating of Manunter gets a little wonky with this issue. It goes: Manhunter #6: December 1988 Manhunter #7: Winter 1988 Manhunter #8: Holiday 1988 Manhunter #9: January 1989 This was presumably to ensure that the title would be on schedule for its "Millennium" and "Flash" crossovers that occurred with issues #8 and #9.
2007-06-03 03:28:05 Josh Notes This issue's story apparently didn't have a title. The dating of Manunter gets a little wonky with this issue. It goes: Manhunter #6: December 1988 Manhunter #7: Winter 1988 Manhunter #8: Holdiay 1988 Manhunter #9: January 1989. This was presumably to ensure that the title would be on schedule for its "Millennium" and "Flash" crossovers that occurred with issues #8 and #9. This issue's story apparently didn't have a title. The dating of Manunter gets a little wonky with this issue. It goes: Manhunter #6: December 1988 Manhunter #7: Winter 1988 Manhunter #8: Holiday 1988 Manhunter #9: January 1989 This was presumably to ensure that the title would be on schedule for its "Millennium" and "Flash" crossovers that occurred with issues #8 and #9.
2007-06-03 03:27:05 Josh Removed Creator Frank Springer
2007-06-03 03:27:05 Josh Added Creator Doug Rice
2007-06-03 03:27:05 Josh Name Prelude to Havoc
2007-06-03 03:27:05 Josh Synopsis After busting Dr. Alchemy, Manhunter seeks a new challenge... and ends up with his sights on Count Vertigo.
2007-06-03 03:27:05 Josh Notes This issue's story apparently didn't have a title. The dating of Manunter gets a little wonky with this issue. It goes: Manhunter #6: December 1988 Manhunter #7: Winter 1988 Manhunter #8: Holdiay 1988 Manhunter #9: January 1989. This was presumably to ensure that the title would be on schedule for its "Millennium" and "Flash" crossovers that occurred with issues #8 and #9.
2007-06-03 03:27:05 Josh Letter Column Hunter's Bounty
2006-11-06 16:08:30 Skyhawke Added Character Manhunter (03 - Mark Shaw)
2006-11-06 16:08:30 Skyhawke Added Character Count Vertigo (DC)
2006-11-06 16:08:09 Skyhawke Added Cover Added cover (thumbnail)
2006-11-06 16:08:09 Skyhawke Added Cover Added cover (large)
2006-11-06 16:07:35 Skyhawke Added Creator Julianna Ferriter
2006-11-06 16:07:35 Skyhawke Added Creator Albert Tobias De Guzman
2006-11-06 16:07:35 Skyhawke Added Creator Barbara Randall Kesel
2006-11-06 16:07:35 Skyhawke Added Creator Doug Rice
2006-11-06 16:07:35 Skyhawke Name Prelude to Havoc
2006-11-06 16:07:35 Skyhawke Cover Date (Month) January Winter
2006-11-06 16:07:35 Skyhawke Cover Date (Year) 1989 1988
2006-05-13 01:48:24 Dystocia Added Cover Added cover (thumbnail)

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