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Quote1 There is a much closer relationship between imagination and the nature of reality... than we imagine. Quote2
-- Phil Seleski

GodchildEdit

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  • Henning (Phil's co-worker)
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  • Max Blackwell (Mentioned only)
  • Ted (bartender)

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Returning to the Edgewater facility, Phil finds Erica Pierce suffering from strange seizures. It turns out that she, too, gained energy powers from the same incident that empowered Phil. But Erica has an unborn child within her that leaves her body, developing at an incredible rate! Solar tries to control the dangerously powerful "God-child," but cannot prevent it dissipating. Now, Pierce blames Solar for the death of her child.[1]

Alpha and Omega, Part 9Edit

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Quote1 There is a much closer relationship between imagination and the nature of reality... than we imagine. Quote2
-- Phil Seleski
Quote1 Location is a null concept here, you might say we're just outside everything. From here you can see that everything is energy. Spacetime is energy, organized into patterns. See the weave? -- There is a much closer relationship between imagination and the nature of reality...than we imagine. Quote2
-- Phil Seleski

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  1. The Valiant Era: A Trading Card History

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