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POWERNAUT DOOM BEAR 1989!

Doom Quest!

Greeting

Hello, Readers!

Marvel Comics used to have Super Villain Team Up. DC Comics used to have Secret Society of Super Villains. Who'd like to see a villain comic again? ... Here's one, with a villain on a quest!

(signed) Scott Eiler, Publisher for Powernaut Comics, 1989.

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Bonus Section: 2005 Reprint Commentary from Wyatt Ferguson! Well, Yeah, the Doom Bear

Well, crap. The early 1990s turned out to be a power struggle among the U.S. Gov, Ellipsis, and the Doom Bear. I'm pretty amazed that Powernaut Comics claims to have the origins of *any* of this. But I can't say they're wrong.

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Author's Notes:

I would have guessed either Psychovant or Pizza Fu would have taken over Powernaut Comics first. But the Doom Bear is the senior character of those three, so he has more chances. And at least it still took a funny animal to do it.

I'd like for this Doom Bear series to have been in 1990, so as to slavishly follow Marvel Comics which was bringing back villain comics then. The occasion was Thanos overflowing from a Silver Surfer plotline into his own villainous quest, which would eventually be the basis of the world's highest-grossing movie (or two) up to 2019. The Doom Bear has likewise overflowed Powernaut Comics. But he's on a timeline, so he has stuff to do later in 1990 - when Ellipsis shows up. And Christine Lassiter needs some time to get there too. Hence, Doom Bear 1989.

This series has a bunch of other things to explain. For instance, presumably the Doom Bear (and the other Doom Creatures) had predecessors. Also, he took over the Happy Bear Land somehow. Also, he's awfully fixated on fire and ice. Well, here's where we get answers.

(to be continued)

(signed) Scott Eiler, probably October 2019.


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Credits:

Characters Creator
Crusher Joe Corrigan Joe Fucile
Megaphone Bernie Lisewski
Leo Ray Conrad
Doctor Lithium Doug Robinson
Mother Time Jeanne Morningstar; Rob Rogers
Primordial Essence of Life Darryl Hughes and Monique MacNaughton
Chaos Theory Drew Perron
Lydia Devin (The Goddess) Andrew Foltz
Other Characters Scott Eiler

The story and all artwork in this fiction are copyright © 2019 by Eiler Technical Enterprises.