um, it looks like from 'Plot' on down, the descriptions are mixed up - just fyi :-)
Name That Nightmare (4 comments)
Name That Nightmare
Friday, November 13, 2009 - 12:00 AM
Marvel Comics baddie, Nightmare, pulled double duty last week, appearing in two unrelated titles concurrently, vying for two different goals.
He was paired with Arcade in Deadpool Team-Up (a nightmare in itself), battling Herc and the Merc.
Meanwhile, in Dr. Voodoo, he was using the neophyte doc to gain entrance into our poor, defenseless dimension.
Not only were his motives different in each book, but his overall look and voice were polar opposites. In Deadpool he appeared as a ghostly apparition (left), materializing behind Arcade for a little expository goodness and then disappearing for the duration of the tale.
In Voodoo, he (right) was closer to his traditional characterization, the seething, plotting, otherworldly demon.
It's enough to make a fanboy dizzy. That is, unless he has a handy scorecard...
posted Friday, November 13, 2009 - 12:27 AM (#50064)
In Response to ZapDevil (#50063):
Thanks for the heads-up! All fixed!
Also, I've been informed that Nightmare is also appearing in "Avengers: The Initiative." Of course, since Marvel just killed a slew of villains in "House of M: Masters of Evil," I would expect a lot of villains to pull multiple shifts. :)
From: Scotland, near Glasgow
posted Friday, November 13, 2009 - 06:59 AM (#50069)
In Response to Guigar (#50064):
There's a third recent appearance of Nightmare. In Avengers: The Initiative, Nightmare has just broken into earth as well by possessing his son Trauma.
I really think the marvel writers aren't talking to each other.
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