So...is this Vicki Starr? If so, wouldn't her first appearance be Venus #1? Even if not the appearances for the Venus series that are listed under Vicki Starr (Earth-616) should be changed.. --Johnnybravo44 (talk) 05:52, September 3, 2011 (UTC)
- Per the Women of Marvel: Celebrating Seven Decades Handbook #1, while Vicki Starr IS an alias of this Venus, her first appearance is Agents of Atlas #1. Apparently THIS Venus took up the identity after the other Venus had stopped using it (essentially, after the Venus Vol 1 series ended).
- --GrnMarvl14 15:00, September 3, 2011 (UTC)
"Could they just be reffering to her modern age first appearance?" No. Lokiofmidgaard 16:30, September 3, 2011 (UTC)
- Actually, the Vicki Starr page should link to the Venus disambig, since both the goddess and the siren used the alias (though the goddess is the one who originally appeared in the pages of Venus Vol 1 using the alias).
- --GrnMarvl14 16:33, September 3, 2011 (UTC)
Added a move tag so that she can be distinguished from Aphrodite Ourania (Earth-616).
Removed 1940s Venus Picture
Someone sure got the the two Venus' mixed up. As per the Marvel Handbook A-Z, the Venus who appeared in Venus Vol 1 was the Greek goddess Aphrodite. The most recent profile (A-Z #12) clearly states that the Venus who was active between 1948 and 1952 was Aphrodite. The Siren who posed as Venus only appeared after the Greek Goddess left Earth.