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Inferno (Marvel) (02 - Joseph Conroy)

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2010-10-14 09:45:39 rwe1138 Notes Joseph Conroy sort of created by Stan "the Man" Lee and Jack "King" Kirby; fleshed out, named, and remade as Inferno by David Michelinie, Arvell Jones, Ricardo Villamonte, and maybe George Perez An interesting character created of some minor continuity, and then later reused after he became a piece of minor continuity. Williams Innovations was later revealed to fully be under Maggia control in Marvel Premiere#55, and it was still later revealed that the Nefaria family was responsible in Iron Man I#138. A Maggia-controlled Pittsburg construction company hired Blacklash/Whiplash to kill Vic Martellini in Iron Man I#146-147. All of these stories were written by David Michelinie. When you consider that Nefaria used ionic power on himself (like Simon Williams transformation into Wonder Man) and that his Maggia family was Whiplash's original employer, there's actually some heavy continuity under the surface of this story and those linked to it. I've got to wonder how Thor reacted when he heard about the Inferno case. Wonder if he or the other Asgardians might have been able to restore Conroy? Also, I can't help but think there's some other beings out there who've gotten their powers from Thor's hammer. Anyone spring to mind? First appeared unnamed in Journey into Mystery #120, and as Inferno in Avengers #192. Joseph Conroy sort of created by Stan "the Man" Lee and Jack "King" Kirby; fleshed out, named, and remade as Inferno by David Michelinie, Arvell Jones, Ricardo Villamonte, and maybe George Perez An interesting character created of some minor continuity, and then later reused after he became a piece of minor continuity. Williams Innovations was later revealed to fully be under Maggia control in Marvel Premiere#55, and it was still later revealed that the Nefaria family was responsible in Iron Man I#138. A Maggia-controlled Pittsburg construction company hired Blacklash/Whiplash to kill Vic Martellini in Iron Man I#146-147. All of these stories were written by David Michelinie. When you consider that Nefaria used ionic power on himself (like Simon Williams transformation into Wonder Man) and that his Maggia family was Whiplash's original employer, there's actually some heavy continuity under the surface of this story and those linked to it. I've got to wonder how Thor reacted when he heard about the Inferno case. Wonder if he or the other Asgardians might have been able to restore Conroy? Also, I can't help but think there's some other beings out there who've gotten their powers from Thor's hammer. Anyone spring to mind?
2007-01-09 12:43:33 Skyhawke Alias Inferno (Marvel) (II - Joseph Conroy) Inferno (Marvel) (02 - Joseph Conroy)
2006-07-02 17:41:59 jrx Notes Joseph Conroy sort of created by Stan "the Man" Lee and Jack "King" Kirby; fleshed out, named, and remade as Inferno by David Michelinie, Arvell Jones, Ricardo Villamonte, and maybe George Perez An interesting character created of some minor continuity, and then later reused after he became a piece of minor continuity. Williams Innovations was later revealed to fully be under Maggia control in Marvel Premiere#55, and it was still later revealed that the Nefaria family was responsible in Iron Man I#138. A Maggia-controlled Pittsburg construction company hired Blacklash/Whiplash to kill Vic Martellini in Iron Man I#146-147. All of these stories were written by David Michelinie. When you consider that Nefaria used ionic power on himself (like Simon Williams transformation into Wonder Man) and that his Maggia family was Whiplash's original employer, there's actually some heavy continuity under the surface of this story and those linked to it. I've got to wonder how Thor reacted when he heard about the Inferno case. Wonder if he or the other Asgardians might have been able to restore Conroy? Also, I can't help but think there's some other beings out there who've gotten their powers from Thor's hammer. Anyone spring to mind?
2006-07-02 17:38:35 jrx New Character


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