Appearing in "Dark Eyes"Edit
- HERBIE (Fantasy version)
- Invisible Woman (Fantasy version) (Single appearance)
- Mister Fantastic (Fantasy version) (Single appearance)
- Duckworld citizens (Final appearance)
- Dark Hunter (Final appearance)
Synopsis for "Dark Eyes"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
- Daydreamers is a three-issue limited series. Final issue
- This is the final appearance of the primary characters gathered together as the Daydreamers. The team name is an out-of-universe term, and at no point during their time together do they ever refer to themselves as the Daydreamers.
- This issue comes with a fold out front cover with a "Guide to the Marvel Universe" and brief biography summaries of the main characters.
- The Nevernever-Narnobzian versions of the Scarlet Witch and the Thing (from issue #1) make a cameo flashback appearance in this issue.
- In the parallel dimensional setting of Duckworld, Howard's parents are named June and Ward, after the characters of June and Ward Cleaver from the 1958 television sitcom, Leave It to Beaver.
- This issue features a robotic duck taxicab driver named Herbie. This character is modeled after HERBIE, a robot nanny created by Mister Fantastic.
- Fantastic Four (Volume 1)
- Generation X
- Howard the Duck (Volume 1)
- Howard the Duck (Volume 2)
- Man-Thing (Volume 1)
- Man-Thing (Volume 2)
- Uncanny X-Men
- Artie Maddicks appearances list
- Franklin Richards appearances list
- Generation X
- Howard the Duck appearances list
- Invisible Woman
- Leech appearances list
- Man-Thing appearances list
- Mister Fantastic
- Tana Nile appearances list
Links and ReferencesEdit
- Daydreamers series index at the Grand Comics Database
- Artie Maddicks biography page at Wikipedia
- Artie Maddicks biography page at the Marvel Directory
- Franklin Richards biography page at Wikipedia
- Franklin Richards biography page at the Marvel Directory
- Howard the Duck biography page at Wikipedia
- Howard the Duck biography page at the Marvel Directory
- Leech biography page at Wikipedia
- Leech biography page at the Marvel Directory
- Man-Thing biography page at Wikipedia
- Man-Thing biography page at the Marvel Directory
- First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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