Defenders

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List Of Marvel Comics Characters: C - Cloud
... She first appeared in Defenders #123-124 (September–October 1983), and was created by J ... She appeared as a regular member of the Defenders from that point on, in issues #127-152 (January 1984-February 1986) of the title ... Cloud was an adventurer for a while with the Defenders ...
List Of Di-Gata Defenders Episodes - Season 1 (The Megalith Saga) - Episode 17 Den of Thieves
... Eluding bounty hunters, Adam charms his way into the Defenders’ encampment only to steal away in the night with their pure stones ... His trail leads the Defenders to a den of thieves where an arms auction is being held with the main attraction the prized pure stone ... After tricking their way into the camp, Mel is captured, and the Defenders are in disarray until Adam steps up to the plate ...
List Of Marvel Comics Characters: I - Interloper
... Don Perlin, the character first appeared in Defenders #147 (September 1985) ... The character subsequently appeared in Defenders #149 (November 1985), #151-152 (January–February 1986), Strange Tales vol ... Within the context of the stories, the Interloper helps the Defenders battle Moondragon ...
List Of Alamo Defenders - Defenders
... New Orleans Greys killed in battle Andrews is not listed on most lists of Alamo defenders ... Ricks Lindley states that Bowman's name did appear on the first monument to Alamo defenders (which was destroyed in 1881), but no other records have been ... Brother-in-law of defender James George ...
Linyi Campaign - Campaign
... In, 1945, the communists decided to take Linyi by force after the local defenders consisted of former nationalists turned Japanese puppet regime force who rejoined the nationalists after ... at Linyi retreated to Zaozhuang, but the nationalists defenders decided to stay and fight ... city wall on August 20 and August 22 were both beaten back by the defenders ...

Famous quotes containing the word defenders:

    The nation which forgets its defenders will be itself forgotten.
    Calvin Coolidge (1872–1933)