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Quote1 Hi, Dad. Hey, Eve. Just wanted to let you know, the Surfer and I are heading back to Earth. So I'll be home soon! Yay! Quote2
Dawn Greenwood

Appearing in "Homecoming"

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Synopsis for "Homecoming"

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Solicit Synopsis

"Fantastic Planet"

The Surfer has taken Dawn Greenwood to the end of the universe, and now he's going to show her the most fantastic planet of them all: Earth! It's your homeworld like you've never seen it before: with monsters, magic and...a secret that will change everything! The perfect jumping-on point for the book everyone's talking about!


  • Madman, a creation of this series' artist Mike Allred appears as one of the works of art being absorbed by the Hordax.
  • When the Hordax are empowered by the protagonists of different works of fiction, they also aquire their wardrobe, some of these protagonists are:
    • The Fourth Doctor from the Doctor Who TV series.
    • Harry Potter from the Harry Potter book series.
    • Beatrix Kiddo from the Kill Bill two-part movie.
    • Alex from the A Clockwork Orange movie.
    • T-800 from the Terminator movie franchise.
    • Marty McFly from the Back to the Future movie trilogy.
    • Tintin from the The Adventures of Tintin comic album series.
    • Willy Wonka from the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory movie adaptation.
    • Leeloo from the Fifth Element movie.
    • The Cowardly Lion, Scarecrow, and the Tin Man from the Wizard of Oz movie.
    • The Zorro from the The Curse of Capistrano magazine serial.
    • Robin Hood from English folklore.
    • Sherlock Holmes from Arthur Conan Doyle's series of novels.
    • Ariel from the The Little Mermaid animated movie adaptation.

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