Appearing in "Timebreakers" Part Two of FourEdit
- Dead heroes in Flashback:
- In the Stasis Gallery:
- The Timebroker (Flashback)
- Cameo from realities:
- The Timebroker's Headquarters, Somewhere outside Time and Space
- Giant Blonde Dudes Reality (On Viewscreen)
- (Marvel Super Hero Squad Reality) (On Viewscreen)
- Earth-4400 (Flashback)
- Earth-14845 (Flashback, On Viewscreen)
- Tan Skrulls Reality (Flashback, On Viewscreen)
- Blue Blast Reality (Flashback, On Viewscreen)
- Female Punisher Reality (Flashback, On Viewscreen)
- Ultimate Universe (Flashback, On Viewscreen)
- Earth-616 (Flashback, On Viewscreen)
- Earth-295 (Flashback, On Viewscreen)
- Earth-27 (Flashback, On Viewscreen)
- Earth-12 (Flashback, On Viewscreen)
- Earth-2182 (Flashback, On Viewscreen)
- Earth-1100 (Flashback, On Viewscreen)
- Earth-1081 (Flashback, On Viewscreen)
- Earth-TRN080 (Flashback, On Viewscreen)
It all starts here! The story where all your questions will be answered! Why is the Timebroker so evil all of a sudden?! Who are the Timebreakers?! Who’s been pulling the strings all along?! And when the heck is Beak going to make himself useful?! You won’t want to miss this one, folks! This is the big one!
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- In Exiles #62, the figure to Sunfire's right in the Stasis Gallery is Hulk (Jen Walters), in #63, the figure to her right has tan skin, not green. Furthermore, in Exiles #64, Sunfire's legs are shown to the left of The Vision. Apparently her body moves around within the Stasis Gallery.
- As Hyperion recounts his death on Earth-4400, a tan-skinned, dead Namor is shown hanging from The Spider's webs in Times Square, however, in Exiles #44, Namor was shown to be green-skinned and working with the British team, The Invaders, who were specifically never called in to deal with the Hyperion threat. The discrepancy between the two Namors is never resolved.
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