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Dr Who

Up to date as of January 31, 2010

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Fallen Angel
Series: Virgin Decalogs
Doctor: Second Doctor
Companions: Jamie McCrimmon, Zoe Heriot
Setting: London, 1933
Author: Andy Lane
Published In: Decalog
Previous Story: Playback (introduction)
Following Story: The Duke of Dominoes

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  • The Whoniverse - The Discontinuity Guide to: Fallen Angel
  • Doctor Who Reference Guide - Detailed Synopsis - Fallen Angel

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DC Comics

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Fallen Angel Vol 1: (2003-2005)

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Fallen Angel (Volume 1)

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20

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  • Fallen Angel #1
  • Fallen Angel #2
  • Fallen Angel #3
  • Fallen Angel #4
  • Fallen Angel #5
  • Fallen Angel #6
  • Fallen Angel #7
  • Fallen Angel #8
  • Fallen Angel #9
  • Fallen Angel #10
  • Fallen Angel #11
  • Fallen Angel #12
  • Fallen Angel #13
  • Fallen Angel #14
  • Fallen Angel #15
  • Fallen Angel #16
  • Fallen Angel #17
  • Fallen Angel #18
  • Fallen Angel #19
  • Fallen Angel #20





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  • Comics from Fallen Angel Vol 1
  • Cover Gallery: Fallen Angel
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Marvel Database

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Former director of SHIELD

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The original S.H.I.E.L.D. director, code-named Fallen Angel, was believed to have been killed by agents of HYDRA. In fact, he was abandoned by S.H.I.E.L.D. after HYDRA kidnapped him.

Nicholas Fury set about tracking the Fallen Angel, but as the situation was politically volatile, Fury diverted attention from his investigation by staging his own death. His search led him to the "Backslide," a supposedly abandoned S.H.I.E.L.D. project which created a portal from a fabricated Cosmic Cube. Ultimately, the Fallen Angel hoped Fury might use the portal to go back in time, prevent S.H.I.E.L.D. from being formed, and thus gain revenge for his abandonment. Fury disagreed and he and the Fallen Angel struggled. They both ended up traveling through the portal, which did not lead back into time, it merely created a reality based on the memories of war from the two soldiers. Fallen Angel took his own life and Fury was left, trapped, fighting a stalemate war for months.

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Shake and serve with ice.

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Transformers

Up to date as of February 05, 2010

From Teletraan I: The Transformers Wiki

Galvatron returns to the present.

Generation One (Marvel UK) > Issue # 101 - 102
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Marvel UK issues #101 - 102

Writer: Simon Furman
Art: Geoff Senior, Jeff Anderson
Lettering: Annie Halfacree
Colours: Steve White
Editor: Rimmer

Synopsis

The Autobots recently freed by Circuit Breaker head toward the Ark led by Skids, who is the only one among them with knowledge of Earth. Suddenly, Skids cries out and vanishes. Meanwhile, Centurion investigates something that crashed to the ground, only to be assaulted and blown apart by Galvatron. Galvatron recollects how he met defeat at the hands of Rodimus Prime during the battle with Unicron. Hurtling through space, he activated his time jump device again and returned to present-day Earth.

While Blaster, Perceptor and the other Autobots try to figure out what happened to Skids, they spot Galvatron approaching and a battle ensues. Shockwave, who currently commands the Decepticons, hears the explosions from the battle and believes it may be Megatron. Galvatron is making quick work of the Autobots until the Dinobots arrive, determined to get revenge for the fallen Centurion.

Galvatron clashes with the Dinobots and Blaster, having incapacitated the rest of the Autobots. Shockwave and the Decepticons watch the battle from nearby, and Soundwave tells Shockwave what he knows of Galvatron. Shockwave admits that, as Galvatron is a bigger threat, the Decepticons may need to aid the Dinobots.

Galvatron blasts Swoop and, nearly unconscious, Swoop hears Professor Morris asking to occupy Swoop's body again. Swoop consents, and Morris distracts Galvatron long enough for the Decepticons to attack. Galvatron retreats, not wanting to fight the Decepticons he hopes to soon command. Shockwave concludes it would be illogical to attack the Dinobots at this point, and the parties go their separate ways.

Errors

  • Pages four and five of part one had the colours printed in reverse in the original printing. This was corrected for reprints.

Items of note

  • This episode directly follows the events of The Transformers: The Movie. The movie, but not the animated television series, is considered to be part of the UK comic continuity.

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