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Marvel Atlas Entry Listings

Historical text from Comixfan

Eric J. Moreels

Nov 30, 2007, 12:37 am

For those curious to know, here's a complete rundown of the contents of each issue of the Marvel Atlas mini-series.

This thread will be updated upon the release of both issues so you can see at a glance which character's are in what issues, who wrote them, and how much space they got!

Marvel Atlas #1
November 2007
Writers: Michael Hoskin, Anthony Flamini, Stuart Vandal & Eric J. Moreels
Cover: Staz Johnson

World Map (2)
Austria (1)
Belgium (1)
Belgriun (1)
Carnelia (1)
Carpasia (1)
France (2)
Germany (3)
Greece (2)
Hungary (1)
Ireland (1)
Italy (1)
Latveria (3)
Morvania (1)
Norway (1)
Poland (1)
Romania (1)
Rumekistan (1)
Slorenia (2)
Spain (1)
Sweden (1)
Switzerland (1)
Symkaria (2)
Transia (2)
Turkey (1)
United Kingdom (4)
Vorozheika (1)
Afghanistan (1)
Cambodia (1)
China (2)
India (1)
Japan (3)
Korea (1)
Madripoor (2)
Russia (3)
Sin-Cong (1)
Singapore (1)
Vietnam (1)
Australia (1)
New Zealand (1)
Lemuria (1)
Lemuria (Deviant) (2)
Providence (1)

Marvel Atlas #2
March 2008
Writers: Michael Hoskin, Anthony Flamini, Stuart Vandal & Eric J. Moreels
Cover: Staz Johnson

Canada (3)
Mexico (1)
United States of America (6)
Boca Caliente (1)
Cuba (1)
Haiti (1)
Costa Salvador (1)
Costa Verde (1)
Delvadia (1)
Santo Rico (1)
Terra Verde (1)
Argentina (1)
Bastrona (1)
Bolivia (1)
Bosqueverde (1)
Brazil (2)
Estrella (1)
Medisuela (1)
Peru (1)
San Diablo (1)
San Gusto (1)
Santo Marco (1)
Tierra Verde (1)
Venezuela (1)
Algeria (1)
Azania (1)
Burunda (1)
Canaan (1)
Congo (1)
Egypt (1)
Genosha (2)
Halwan (1)
Imaya (1)
Kenya (1)
Mbangawi (1)
Narobia (1)
Rudyarda (1)
South Africa (1)
Tanzania (1)
Wakanda (3)
Aqiria (1)
Iraq (1)
Israel (1)
Mazikhandar (1)
Saudi Arabia (1)
Trans-Sabal (1)
The Aerie (Sky Island) (1)
Atlantis (3)
Savage Land (3)




Thor2000

Dec 13, 2007, 08:51 am


I'm not sure what this is about. Is it an Atlas with maps, an encyclopedia with histories or a combination of both.




Eduardo M.

Dec 13, 2007, 02:54 pm

Thor2000 wrote:

I'm not sure what this is about. Is it an Atlas with maps, an encyclopedia with histories or a combination of both.

Both.




Soundwave

Dec 19, 2007, 04:41 am


The Marvel Atlas said:

"The mutant Sage (Tessa) served in the Mujahedeen until an encounter with Charles Xavier led to her becoming one of his X-Men."

There is not one correct fact in this statement.

First of all, Sage didn't serve in the Mujahedeen, it was made clear in X-Treme X-Men #44 –-

"WINTER hadn't arrived yet, but it was CLOSE.

Last chance for RAIDS -- by insurgents, by bandits -- before SNOW shut down the highlands 'til spring.

Last chance for the government of KABUL to catch them in the OPEN.

Nothing to do with ME."

Second, Sage was never one of Xavier's X-Men -- she was one of Storm's X-Men. [X-Men v2 #109, X-Treme X-Men.]
After Tessa saved Xavier in Afghanistan she didn't go with him to America, they were separated, and years later she arrived to his school where he trained her to be a spy, not an X-Men. She was never one of his X-Men.

Will this be fixed in later editions?

Btw, her creator, Chris Claremont, said numerous times that Sage is in fact Greek, but he hasn't put that in an issue, yet.




zonzorp

Mar 24, 2008, 07:49 pm


Is anyone looking into correcting the above mentioned error?




Stuart V

Mar 25, 2008, 03:20 am

  zonzorp wrote:

Is anyone looking into correcting the above mentioned error?

It has been brought to the attention of the profile's writer, and we are reviewing it.




Eric J. Moreels

Mar 27, 2008, 02:26 am


The above list has been updated with Atlas #2's entries!




zonzorp

Apr 30, 2008, 03:45 am

  Stuart V wrote:

It has been brought to the attention of the profile's writer, and we are reviewing it.

How's that review coming along?




zonzorp

May 31, 2008, 06:41 am


:Sigh:
"Overlooked" again.




Stuart V

May 31, 2008, 08:10 am

  zonzorp wrote:

:Sigh:
"Overlooked" again.

The profile's writer hasn't come on here to mention it, but it hasn't been overlooked. The text has been modified for the Atlas TPB, and no longer states Sage was with the Mujahedeen. As for the rest of the sentence, while it doesn't elaborate on the point (there's limited space and the entry is for the country, not Sage), it's not inaccurate. The encounter with Xavier led, albeit indirectly and not immediately, to her working for him and eventually becoming an X-Man.
 


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