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Appearing in "Moritat"

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  • unnamed dancer (Only appearance)[1]

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  • unnamed murderer (Only appearance)[1]

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Synopsis for "Moritat"

Nightcrawler rescues a stage dancer during an evening at a German pub.

Appearing in "2nd story"

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Synopsis for "2nd story"

It's the year 1969. Venus makes a bet with Zeus about her powers being as strong as Hercules' strength. She then attempts to return to her old job as editor of Beauty Magazine, but is instead about to be thrown out when she meets Arnold Reese, the current magazine editor. He gives her the lowly job of junior assistant copy girl. Despite the hard work, Venus submits some fashion sketches only to be rudely turned down by Arnold.

One day she is told to assist supermodel Fatima, whom Venus senses is secretly sad, with her costume changes. She
Aphrodite Ourania (Earth-616) from Girl Comics Vol 2 1 001
catches Fatima with her lover Omar and they explain their difficult situation. Fatima is the daughter of the president of Bahraquistan and Omar the head of the Opposition, the perfect job for the Goddess of Love. But Fatima is kidnapped during the shooting and Venus turns into her goddess form in order to locate her. Venus takes Omar with her to Fatima's location where they take out the kidnappers, who are revealed to be satyrs.

Knowing who is responsible for the kidnapping, Venus leaves the reunited lovers and teleports into Arnold Reese's office. She reveals him as Ares (given away by his initials, A.Reese) and tells him that she foiled his plan of war between America and Bahraquistan. Ares disappears as Whitney Hammond III walks in looking for him. He notices Venus's sketches and offers her the now available job of magazine editor. Venus accepts.

A month later, Mercury shows up at Venus's condo with the message about Zeus finally agreeing to Venus's win and asks her when she'll come home. Venus tells him to tell Zeus that she's decided to stay a while.

Appearing in "A Brief Rendezvous"

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Synopsis for "A Brief Rendezvous"

Frank Castle sets up a meeting with child molester (jesterNtime) by posing to be his victim.

Appearing in "Shop Doc"

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Synopsis for "Shop Doc"

A teenage Otto Octavius goes past a line of Spider-Man Fruit Snax to pick up a box of Fatty O's. A girl with an octupus tattoo asks him where he got it, as she uses them to make sushi. He scurries away to another aisle where a shop assistant asks him to try a free sample. When he tells Otto that it's Calamari Curry, Otto blows up and dumps the assistant in a nearby fish tank. The next scene shows him calmly eating Fatty O's at home.

Appearing in "Clockwork Nightmare"

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Synopsis for "Clockwork Nightmare"

Franklin and Valeria Richards are tinkering with an oak tree clock in their father's lab. Valeria uses a key to open a door in the tree, out of which a boy and girl who look exactly like Valeria and Franklin walk out accompanied by little bats. The copies throw Valeria and Franklin through the door, who slide round and round in the mechanical tree. When they finally come out through the other side, they are thrown into a slightly different version of the Hansel and Gretel story, with one of the differences being Valeria doing open heart surgery to the witch's mechanical cat. Using his dream powers, Franklin steals a key from the witch and escapes with Valeria through the clock in the witch's bedroom. Mr Fantastic, who was looking for them, pulls them through the door in the oak tree. The kids walk away from the tree holding hands with their father and the Thing.

Appearing in "Head Space"

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Jean and Scott are in a quiet room when Logan crashes in through the window while being attacked by masked men. Jean is suprised to see him there and starts to ask Scott something when she sees him defending Logan. She helps Scott clear the room then asks him what was that all about. Scott starts to reply when Logan crashes in again, covered in arrows. He is helped by Jean while Scott fends off a swarm of the Hand. Scott seems to be hurt by Jean helping Logan instead of him, then Jean telekinetically blasts the Hand assassins off him. She comes to Scott and tells him that there is nothing to worry about Logan and her when Logan bursts in through the roof this time, followed by a Sentinel. Jean starts calling Scott's name telepathically as the room falls apart, and it's revealed that they were both in Scott's mind. She reassures him that she has eyes only for him. Scott says shakily that perhaps it (Jean and Logan) was all in his head. Jean casts a look to Logan, who is standing behind them, then replies "Exactly.".

Solicit Synopsis

With the most controversial question in the Marvel Universe finally answered right on the cover, Marvel is proud to bring you a celebration of amazing women in comics with the first of a three issue anthology entirely created by the most talented and exciting women working in comics today, including Ann Nocenti (DAREDEVIL), Amanda Conner (Power Girl), Laura Martin (SECRET INVASION), G. Willow Wilson (Air), Devin Grayson (Nightwing), Stephanie Buscema (WEB OF SPIDER-MAN), and more! With stories featuring your favorite Marvel characters, from the Punisher to Mary Jane, don’t miss what will be the one of the most talked about series of the year! (Please note: She-Hulk would totally win).

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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