Appearing in "Scorpion Tango"Edit
- El Gaucho
- Súper Malón
- Victory Vs (First appearance) (Appears in flashback and main story)
- Oroboro (Behind the scenes)
- Argentine Federal Police
- Inspector Bruno (Single appearance)
- Club of Heroes (Mentioned)
- Espartaco Extrano (Mentioned)
- John Mayhew (Mentioned)
- Jorge Luis Borges (Mentioned)
- Metaleks (Appears in flashback and main story)
- Spyral (First appearance) (Behind the scenes)
- Buenos Aires
- Gaucho Headquarters
- La Boca
- Casa D'oro
- Buenos Aires
- Falkland Islands (Appears in flashback and main story)
Synopsis for "Scorpion Tango"Edit
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- Captain Carnation's uncommon style, advanced gun, and mention of "Alter-England" reveal a character with many similarities to Luther Arkwright, a trans-dimensional secret agent from British comics in the 80s.
- The Iron Lady's name is a reference to the nickname of Margaret Thatcher, the British Prime Minister during the 80s.
- Regarding Fadar - yes, people used to actually dress like that. God help us all.
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