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Subj: Re: Whatever happened to......?
Posted: Sun Jun 17, 2007 at 11:59:14 am EDT (Viewed 2 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Whatever happened to......?
Posted: Mon Jun 11, 2007 at 03:40:56 am EDT (Viewed 1 times)
> > > > Whatever happened to......?
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> > > > 1. The Harlequin (Marci Cooper)
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> > > After Solomon Grundry realized that Marcie had manipulated him, leading to the death of Skyman, he beat the holy hell out of her. She was later arrested, I believe. That was the last time she was seen, save for a cameo in a dream of Alan Scott's during Underworld Unleashed, where she appeared with a bunch of villains, including two other Harlequins.
> > She may or may NOT be the Harlequin that appeared in Green Lantern Corps Quarterly... the series was intentionally vague. I think she's due for a reappearance in Manhunter pretty soon. Not only does she have a preexisting relationship with a supporting cast member, but she was an agent of the Manhunters!
> I'd go with not...DC made an effort to show both Marcie and the mystery Harlequin side by side (along with Molly) in Underworld Unleashed. Although it was vague, I think it's safe to assume they are two different characters.
I wouldn't go with any of the visual references in Underworld Unleashed, as it's got other reference errors by Porter (especially in issue #1). For example, the post-Crisis Parasite turns up in his green body from his earliest appearances, when he'd been pre-Crisis purple for years by that point; Porter forgets to draw Abra Kadabra's with a scarred face, which he had both before and after UU; and so on. It's fairly clear that Porter was using outdated or inconsistejnt reference, which is understandable in a series with so many (often obscure) villains in the crowds.
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