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Quote1 Look, if I'm not crazy, then... man, the world's in trouble. It keeps whispering about the end coming soon! It even screamed a few times... Quote2
-- Geoff McHenry


The Man Who Killed the WorldEdit

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  • Bev McHenry (First appearance)
  • Dennis McHenry (First appearance)
  • Erica Pierce's deceased baby (Mentioned only)
  • Greg Buls (psiot with the ability to predict future events and trends) (Mentioned only)
  • Kenneth Kloczak (psiot with the ability to memorize printed matter) (Mentioned only)
  • Matt (homeless man)
  • Millie (homeless woman)
  • Miss DeBolt (voice only)
  • Mister Corcoran (Single appearance)
  • O.D. (homeless man)
  • Renegades (Mentioned only)
  • Worm (homeless man)

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  • Gilad's glove

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SynopsisEdit

Young Geoff McHenry is taught the secrets of the Geomancers by his uncle Buck. Able to hear the voices of objects and the Earth, Geoff senses the threat to all Creation posed by a "Sun-demon" whom he believes to be Solar. So, with the help of the Eternal Warrior and the Harbinger Foundation's Eggbreakers, a plan is made to trap Solar beneath a force field and finally rid the world of the menace he presents![1]

Alpha and Omega, Part 10Edit

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NotesEdit

  • "Alpha and Omega, Part 10" concludes the origin story of how Phil Seleski becomes Solar, Man of the Atom and prologue to this series, respectively. The story entitled "No Place Like Home" which appeared in issue #1 begins shortly after the events of "Alpha and Omega." The final panel of "Alpha and Omega" has been published in ten sections, one in each of the ten chapters. It is dubbed the "Omega Panel" – the largest comics panel ever created. The cover of this issue is the symbolic bridge between the two stories – the utter blackness experienced by Solar as he destroys his own world and enters a new one. Ours.
  • A second printing of this issue was released about six month after the first printing. The Second Printing Cover has the Roman numerals "II" printed below the logo.

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Quote1 Look, if I'm not crazy, then... man, the world's in trouble. It keeps whispering about the end coming soon! It even screamed a few times... Quote2
-- Geoff McHenry


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ReferencesEdit

This section is for footnotes and citations.
  1. The Valiant Era: A Trading Card History

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