Sunday, July 24, 2011

Idle-Head of Diabolu, Vol. III

The good news is that I have coverage and scans for issues #4, 5, and 8 of the 2006 Martian Manhunter mini-series ready to publish, so that will resume next week. Doom Patrol #4 and Sword of Aquaman #44 are also set, but since the latter ends in a two-parter, I'd hate to create a two week wait. Wonder Woman #4 is not formatted correctly, and I'm missing scans for Breach #4. All this is to say, given I have a major school project this week, none of those will publish until next week. However, I've got a Miss Martian post for tomorrow, Malefic art for Tuesday, and the last chapter of The Tenth Circle on Weekday, so today is my only lapse point.

How about this... an old draft of my long in gestation "Martian Detectionary" table of contents, the "Martian Manhunter Encyclopedia?"

Abel Carmody was the 19th Century U.S. Calvalry soldier and industrialist who built Carmody’s Folly and was an ancestor to Kishana Lewis.
Arnold Hugo: see "Professor Arnold Hugo."

B'enn B'urnzz is a Martian Desert Dweller criminal from the year 2062 who escaped to the present before being captured by Martian Manhunter and Futureman.
The Blue Flame of Mars was an energy source that, when unleashed by Commander Blanx, wiped out and rendered uninhabitable most of the surface of the planet Mars.
B'rett is a yellow Martian convict who escaped captivity to Earth before being recaptured by Martian Manhunter.
B'urnzz, B'enn: see "B'enn B'urnzz."
Baltaz is an underground city located on New Mars/Mars II with a deadly atmosphere.
Baltaz's Council is the ruling authority of the buried city of Baltaz on Mars II/New Mars.
Bel Juz is a Martian Desert Dweller who secretly betrayed her people to the Thythens. She became lover and confident to the Marshal of the Red Brotherhood during his military coup against Martian Manhunter.

Capsule Master: see "Vulkor, the Capsule Master."
Carmody, Abel: see Abel Carmody
Carmody’s Folly was a fortress built by Abel Carmody to fend off the Scary Monsters that have threatened possess all life on both ancient Mars and Earth.

Carré, Pierre: see Pierre Carré
Carré Company: see Pierre Carré

The Conjurer is a fantastic human magician who used slight-of-hand for daring thefts in Middletown before being captured by Detective John Jones.
Crystal Mountain resides near the city of Baltaz on the planet New Mars/Mars II.

Dalbert, Wiley: see "Wiley Dalbert."
Director Ergon was an alien scientist on the planet Sirkus who kidnapped Superman and tried to create a false Justice League of America to fend off the advances of Despero.
Doctor Trap is a human serial killer who blames superhumans for the death of his wife, and sets elaborate traps to execute them in retaliation. Martian Manhunter is among his foes.
Dr. Trap: see "Doctor Trap."

Eel-Creatures are semi-humanoid beings that live on the planet Sirkus and were once employed by Despero.

Fouchere, Marie: see Marie Fouchere.
Flamebirds are winged humanoid beings with psychopyrrhic powers that live on the planet Sirkus and were once employed by Despero.

The Getaway King: see "Monty Moran."
The Getaway Mastermind: see "Monty Moran."
Governor Kwim presided over the planet Sirkus at a time when it was conquered by Despero.

Hugo, Arnold: see "Professor Arnold Hugo."
The Hyperclan are ancient White/Pale Martians who were released from the Still Zone in modern times. They pretended to be super-heroes before launching two separate invasion attempts against Earth.

Inflict is a member of the extraterrestrial battle lords Conquerer Rex who was defeated in battle by Martian Manhunter.

Juz, Bel: see "Bel Juz."

The Krill are a nearly extinct alien race who once forced Despero and the Justice League of America to fight for their entertainment.

Larry Trapp: see "Doctor Trap."
The Lizard Men are a saurian alien race who briefly conquered much of Earth in the late 1950s before being defeated by Martian Manhunter.

Marie Fouchere is a French double agent who had a history with Marco Xavier, and helped the Martian Manhunter defeat VULTURE's Abba Sulkar.
The Marshal (of the Red Brotherhood) is a Martian Desert Dweller military leader associated with Bel Juz who staged a successful coup on New Mars/Mars II. He launched a failed invasion of Earth, which was routed by Martian Manhunter and the Justice League of America, ending his career in shame.
Martian Meteorites tend to be green in color, and when heated or gaseous can have an unpredictable effect on the powers of an exposed Martian.
Martin Smith was the identity of a U.N. investigator assumed by J'Onn J'Onzz whilst following up on the shooting death of an alien life form.
The Master Gardener of Mars is a Natural Martian horticulturalist and survivor of H'ronmeer's Plague who masqueraded as the Father-God of the Lizard Men, with whom he briefly conquered much of Earth in the late 1950s. He was defeated by Martian Manhunter and is believed dead.
Mendez, Senor Mendez: see Senor Mendez
Mr. Steele was part of a special secret department that first alerted the Martian Manhunter to the threat of VULTURE.
Monty Moran is a master inventor, crime boss and thief who specialized in escape vehicles. He has fought Martian Manhunter and the Justice League of America, leading to his repeated incarceration. Sometimes called the "Getaway King" or "Getaway Mastermind."
Moran, Monty: see "Monty Moran."

The Old One is the guardian of the underground city of Baltaz.
The Osprey is a flying super-villain who has a grudge against Martian Manhunter and the Justice League Task Force.

Pierre Carré was a friend of Marco Xavier whose Carré Company developed an "ultimate weapon" stolen by a disguised Martian Manhunter.
Professor Arnold Hugo is a human scientist who artificially expanded the size and capacity of his head and brain. He then began a crime spree in Gotham City before expanding to Middletown and beyond. This brought him into repeated conflict with and incarceration by Martian Manhunter, as well as a case involving Batman & Robin.
The Prophet is an exceptionally powerful alien religious zealot who came into conflict with the Martian Manhunter.
The Pyre is a fiery entity destined to become one of Martian Manhunter's greatest enemies.

Savage, Vandal: see "Vandal Savage"
Section T2 was the a lackluster division of VULTURE captured by the Martian Manhunter.
Senor Mendez was a member of VULTURE's Section T2
Smith, Martin: see Martin Smith
Sirkus is a planet that was once conquered by Despero.
Steele, Mr.: see Mr. Steele

The Tablet of Tal is a sacred artifact of the underground city of Baltaz on Mars II/New Mars.
Tal: see "Tablet of Tal."
The Thythen are warmongers who drove off much of the native population of the planet Vonn, then briefly enslaved exiled Martian to power their Robo-Chargers. They were defeated by Superman, Martian Manhunter, and the latter's fellows.
Trapp, Larry: see "Doctor Trap."
Triumph is a superhuman with electromagnetic abilities. One of the first heroes of the modern age, but due to temporal anomalies and constant misfortune he has been largely forgotten. His relationship with Martian Manhunter was violently antagonistic before Triumph was turned to outright villainy and apparantly killed.

Vandal Savage is an immortal despot who has plagued many heroes over the centuries, including Martian Manhunter and the Justice League Task Force.
Vulkor, the Capsule Master is a Martian Desert Dweller criminal who employed a high tech vehicle to collect weaponry for use against Mars and beyond. He was arrested on Earth and extradited by Martian Manhunter and Green Arrow.

Wiley Dalbert is a 27th century human physicist who decided to travel backward through time in spurts before settling in the early 20th Century. Dalbert paid his way through theft, drawing him into conflict with Detective John Jones, Batman and others.


LissBirds said...

Holy cow.

How long did it take to put this together?

I like the cross-references, by the way.

Diabolu Frank said...

I don't remember. Based on the links redirecting rather than popping up in a new tab/window, I figure I last edited this a couple of years ago. Another of the many laborious, abandoned projects in my queue...