Quote1 I am Coyote-Old-Man. My power is great. Quote2
-- Coyote-Old-Man

Appearing in "Fourth Tremor"Edit

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:


Other Characters:

  • Joni (Single appearance)[1]
  • Zoe Zinger (Single appearance)[1]




Synopsis for "Fourth Tremor"Edit

Father Craft (Coyote-Old-Man) is placed inside of a cell where he is reunited with White-Buffalo-Woman (also known as Brown Mary and Hump-Cow). He is enraged to find that she is just a drug-addled shell of a person who no longer has the spirit.

Meanwhile, Brother Christopher and Zoe Zinger have escaped from the Mammonite facility. They shore up at an apartment belonging to some of Zoe's hippie friends. Christopher gives Zoe a sample of the Ghostdancing liquid and the two make love.

Elsewhere, the director of the Mammonite society has a sample of the Ghostdancing and has it analyzed. He knows that if enough people partake of the narcotic, it could shift the psychic consciousness of the entire country. The Mammonites are committed to exerting their control over this Fifth World reality, should it ever occur. He knows now that Brother Christopher is the son of White-Buffalo-Woman and may serve as some sort of metaphysical messiah for the Fifth World cause.


  • Ghostdancing is a six-issue limited series published under DC's Vertigo imprint.
  • This issue contains profanity and nudity and is designated with the "Suggested for Mature Readers" warning on the front cover.
  • It is intimated in this issue, that the Mammonite society may have ties to Freemasonry. The Mammonite logo, as seen on the wall of the director’s office, bears a striking resemblance to the miter/square symbol, which is characteristic of the Freemasons.


  • Snake meets with a hippie friend of his named, Joni, in this issue. Joni is likely named after Joni Mitchell, a famous folk singer of the 1960s.

See Also

  1. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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