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Appearing in "Holocaust!"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Adversaries:

  • Previous Appearance of El Tigre / Kukulcán El Tigre / Kukulcán Next Appearance of El Tigre / Kukulcán
  • Previous Appearance of Ramon Ramon - (Last appearance)
  • Previous Appearance of Toloc Toloc - (Last appearance)
  • Manuel(First appearance) and other policemen under Kukulcán's power
  • Indians
  • Other jungle animals

Other Characters:

  • Unnamed museum guard
  • Albert(First appearance) & * Barney(First appearance) (fishermen)
  • Juan(First appearance), Pedro(First appearance) and various unnamed San Ricans
  • Unnamed Metro College students
  • Hawkeye (Mentioned)
  • Quicksilver (Mentioned)

Locations:

  • Unknown city museum (possibly Metropolitan Museum of Art)
  • Metro College
  • Pyramid of Kukulcán - (Destroyed in this issue)

Items:

Vehicles:

  • Professor X's private plane

Synopsis for "Holocaust!"

  • Synopsis not yet written.


Notes

  • This issue is reprinted in many other comics and books, see references for more info.[1]
    • credits:
    • Special Location: On Cerebro
    • Editing..Stan Lee
    • Script..Roy Thomas
    • Art...Werner Roth
    • Inks..Dick Ayers
    • Lettering...Sam Rosen
    • Mayan Headdresses...Irving Forbush
  • references: X-Men #19 and Thor #134

Trivia

  • The San Ricans speak Mayathan, which Stan Lee graciously states is an ancient Mayan language.
  • Cyclops refers to the humans as Homo sapientes. This seems to be a misspelling.
  • This is the first issue where someone actually states out-loud how Scott Summers has feelings for Jean Grey.

Flashback / Origin

  • Kukulcán's pendant of power is revealed to be cursed. Centuries ago misuses of the pendant caused upheaval and purportedly caused a volcanic eruption that rained lava down on the Mayans.

See Also


Recommended Reading

  • This completes a two-part story-arc that began last issue.

Footnotes

  1. Reprinted in the following comics/TPB's:


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References

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