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Appearing in "Tundra!"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Adversaries:

Other Characters:

Locations:

  • Corky's Tavern
  • Mansfield Airbase
  • Sarcee Reserve
  • Laval
  • Madame Dupont's School for Girls
  • Resolute

Items:

  • Marrina's Amulet

Vehicles:



Synopsis for "Tundra!"

  • Synopsis not yet written.


Notes

  • First appearance of Beta Flight and Gamma Flight. Although this issue is the first appearance of all team members, they appear only as cameo thought images. All of the members will make their full first appearances in future issues.
  • Pierre Trudeau appeared last in a flashback to events that took place in Uncanny X-Men #140. He makes a chronologically earlier appearance in the second story in Alpha Flight (Volume 1) #3.
  • Snowbird appeared last in Uncanny X-Men #140.
  • Vindicator appeared last in Uncanny X-Men #140.
  • First Appearances: Angelique (a student at Madame DuPont's School for Girls); Dan Smallwood (Marrina's foster brother); Diamond Lil (a member of Gamma Flight); Flashback (a member of Beta Flight); Francois (the Hudsons' landlord); Gary Cody (Alpha Flight's government liasion); Georges (the Hudsons' landlord); Jacqueline (a student at Madame DuPont's School for Girls); Madison Jeffries (a member of Gamma Flight); Marrina (a former member of Beta Flight); Mary (a waitress at Corky's Tavern); Puck (Eugene Judd; a former member of Beta Flight); Richard Easton (human host for Tundra); Sister Anne (headmistress at Madame DuPont's School for Girls); Smart Alec (a member of Gamma Flight); Thomas Crossman (an MP); Tundra (one of the Great Beasts); Wild Child (a member of Gamma Flight)
  • Final Appearances: Angelique: Francois; Georges; Jacqueline; Mary; Richard Easton (dies in this issue); Sister Anne ; Thomas Crossman

Trivia

  • The man who summons Tundra is named Richard Easton. His name and history will be revealed in greater detail in the second story in Alpha Flight Vol 1 7.
  • All members of Alpha Flight possess a cybernetic implant within the back of their skull, which allows their (former) superiors at Department H the ability to signal them in case of emergency. Marrina’s implant however, is contained inside of an amulet that she wears about her neck. No explanation is provided for this alteration of protocol.

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