Darkhawk #20

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Publisher Marvel
Brand Marvel Comics
Condition VF/NM
Series or Volume Number 1
Issue Number 20
Writer/Script Danny Fingeroth
Story Artist Mike Manley
Story Inks Mike Manley
Story Colors Joe Rosas
Story Letters Bill Oakley
Cover Colors N/A
Cover Inks Mike Manley (signed)
Cover Letters N/A
Cover Artist Mike Manley (signed)
Story Characters Darkhawk; Spider-Man [Peter Parker]; Portal; Sleepwalker; The Brotherhood of Evil Mutants [Sauron; Toad; Phantazia; Blob; Pyro]; Edgar Running Bear; former Darkhawk
Synopsis Sleepwalker attacks Portal, who creates a portal and travels to the headquarters of Thomas Fireheart where he sees his old friend Edgar Running Bear. Spider-Man, Darkhawk, and Sleepwalker arrive the next morning but Portal is gone and Edgar Running Bear has been kille by the Brotherhood. Sauron uses mind control on Portal and they fight the heroes. Spider-Man is sent to another dimension while Sleepwalker follows the Brotherhood to yet another dimension and Darkhawk stays in New York to save innocent lives. Meanwhile, some entity is travelling to Earth and the former Darkhawk is very nervous.
Dimensions Standard Modern Age U. S.
Print Date October 1992
Reprint? No
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