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New Universe Characters: Justice, Mastodon, Stephanie Harrington, Friction, Randy OBrien, Jenny Swensen, Scuzz, Philip Nolan Voigt, Mutator Source Wikipedia

New Universe Characters: Justice, Mastodon, Stephanie Harrington, Friction, Randy OBrien, Jenny Swensen, Scuzz, Philip Nolan Voigt, Mutator

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Published August 15th 2011
ISBN : 9781155753201
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28 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 26. Chapters: Justice, Mastodon, Stephanie Harrington, Friction, Randy OBrien, Jenny Swensen, Scuzz, Philip NolanMorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 26. Chapters: Justice, Mastodon, Stephanie Harrington, Friction, Randy OBrien, Jenny Swensen, Scuzz, Philip Nolan Voigt, Mutator, Nightmask, Witness, Blur, Twilight, Kenneth Connell, Mark Hazzard: Merc, Spitfire, Psi-Hawk. Excerpt: Justice (John Tensen) is a character from the New Universe imprint of Marvel Comics, the protagonist of a 32-issue comic book series of the same name published from 1986 to 1989. The title was notable for featuring the early work of Peter David and Lee Weeks as well as rare 1980s Marvel work from Keith Giffen. Despite uneven writing and a drastic change in concept mid-run, Justice was the only title in the failed New Universe imprint featuring a solo character to maintain a monthly release schedule until the fall of the franchise. Writer Peter David later reintroduced Justice as a supporting character in Spider-Man 2099, a series with a very different setting. This version of the character, also known as the Net Prophet, was older and had different powers. In 2007, the New Universe concepts were also revived, in a modified form, as a single-title ongoing series, newuniversal. A new version of John Tensen is one of the main characters featured in that series and two other characters with Justice powers have also appeared. Note that this is a different character than the identically named Justice of Marvels standard Marvel Universe continuity, belonging instead as per the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Alternate Universes 2005 to Earth-148611 (the New Universe). Initially, the comic was one of several New Universe concepts that didnt fit well with the central premise of the shared universe, which was that the New Universe had been The World Outside Your Window until the mysterious White Event occurred. Justice, as a visitor from another dimension, seemed to contradict the rule that ther...