Appearing in "A Man Without a Past"Edit
- Eliot(First appearance), a survivalist
- Hester(First appearance), a young mother
- Hester's baby
- Lovestruck shop assistant
- Old lady, Cops and other bystanders
- Quark (Unnamed), (First appearance)
- Gog (referred to as "Pup") (First appearance)
- An alternate dimension
- Upstate New York
- Eliot's survival shelter
- Indian Graveyard
Synopsis for "A Man Without a Past"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
- No special notes.
- First mainstream art of penciler Arthur Adams
- Williams is an assistant inker.
- Eliot’s remark about Hester and the scarlet letter refer to Nathaniel Hawthorne’s famous novel, “The Scarlet Letter, about a young woman named Hester Prynne, who in a Puritan society has a child out of wedlock and was branded with the scarlet letter ‘A’ for adultery as a result.
- Elliot is evidently a conspiracy theorist. He mentions “trilaterals,” referring to the Trilateral Commission, a private organization formed in 1973 to promote closer ties between North America, Europe and Japan. Because of the powerful people involved and the group’s privacy, some theorists have postulated that they are secretly running the world.
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