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UK G1 not-Marvel 161.5 page 2

By M3Gr1ml0ck
ISSUE 161.5


Lineart by Joe Teanby :iconjoeteanby:

Colors by Niki Neigebauer :iconafrolady114:

Story & lettering by Franco Villa :iconm3gr1ml0ck:


The style of the blue caption text is a tribute to the classic comic book prose of the 1980s. The "beyond his years" lines are a nod to John Byrne's work on Fantastic Four.

The huge flashback is based on events and characters from G1 Marvel UK #45-46, "The Icarus Theory", G1 Marvel UK #74-77, "In the National Interest" and G1 Marvel UK #125, "Ancient Relics (part 1)".
Professor Anthony Morris & Centurion: their saga was created by Simon Furman for the G1 Marvel UK comics, intertwining it with G1 Marvel US concepts such as Triple I and its director, Forsythe.

Actually, the scene of professor Morris' death was never seen in the comics. Simply, Centurion was turned by Furman into a sentinent mechanoid, without explicit explanations.
Our comics begins here to reveal some behind-the-scenes facts, shedding some light on that mystery.

Bonus: Original lineart.
Bonus 2: unlettered page.
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benracer's avatar
Does Richard Brandon make a appearance or no involvement.
M3Gr1ml0ck's avatar
I'm sorry but he won't be there: if you check out page 3, you'll see where the story is going and you may imagine why I was not able to include him in the plot.
ArwingPilot114's avatar
Ahhh! Yes! I'll have to upload the colored versions asap. These look awesome!!! :)
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Linked back, thanks!
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Lemniskate's avatar
So... much... exposition...
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You love exposition.
Lemniskate's avatar
Where do you get that idea from?
M3Gr1ml0ck's avatar
It's not an idea, it's an order. Love it or I'll have to stalk you until you do.
Lemniskate's avatar
Ah, okay. In that case...
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Now say the words!
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