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Magog #2 (Dec. 2009):
“Miasma”
by Keith Giffen, Howard Porter, John Dell III

Magog #2

Title: “Miasma”

Medium: comic

Cover date: Dec. 2009

Publisher: DC
Written by: Keith Giffen
Art by: Howard Porter, John Dell III


25 characters in this story:

Character
(Click links for info about character
and his/her religious practice, affiliation, etc.)
Religious
Affiliation
Team(s)
[Notes]
Pub. #
app.
Magog Magog (David Reid)
(lead character)
villain hero
CBR Scale: M resurrected; religious
United States Marine Corps; The Justice Society of America DC 34
Flashpoint villain group
  [creator Keith Giffen said it is similar to Marvel's HYDRA] DC 1
unnamed arms dealer villain
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
Flashpoint DC 2
Miasma (Mark Sunderland) villain
  [stock broker] DC 1
homeless zombie horde villain group
CBR Scale: M followers of Miasma
[1st app: Magog #2 (Dec. 2009)] DC 1
The Flash The Flash (Jay Garrick)
(9-panel cameo, pg. 9-11)
hero
CBR Scale: S Christian (denomination
unknown)
The Justice Society of America DC 687
Hector Hammond Hector Hammond
(9-panel cameo, pg. 19-21)
villain
  Secret Society of Super Villains; The Royal Flush Gang DC 56
Chelsea
(8-panel cameo, pg. 7-8)
villain
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
Flashpoint DC 1
unnamed cleanshaven agent
(7-panel cameo, pg. 2-4)
villain
  Flashpoint
[worked with Tyro; killed by Miasma's homeless horde]
DC 1
Axel Baines
(6-panel cameo, pg. 5-6)
supporting character
  [Magog's assistant, technician] DC 1
Tyro
(6-panel cameo, pg. 2-4)
villain
  Flashpoint
[had worked 6 months for organization; had moustache]
DC 1
Cyclone Cyclone (Maxine Hunkel)
(5-panel cameo, pg. 9)
hero
  The Justice Society of America DC 59
unnamed female agent
(4-panel cameo, pg. 2-4)
villain
  Flashpoint
[worked with Tyro; killed by Miasma's homeless horde]
DC 1
Wildcat Wildcat (Ted Grant)
(3-panel cameo, pg. 11)
hero
  The Justice Society of America; All-Star Squadron DC 423
David Bannigan
(2-panel cameo, pg. 8, 10)
villain
  United States Marine Corps
[was Magog's fellow Marine; later a corrupt cop]
DC 1
Edgar Allan Poe Edgar Allan Poe
(name seen in illustration (or on screen), pg. 8, panel 6)
supporting character real/historical person
CBR Scale: S Episcopalian
[famous writer] DC 64
Lex Luthor Lex Luthor
(mentioned, pg. 6, panel 4)
villain scientist
CBR Scale: S Episcopalian (lapsed); Nietzschean atheist
Secret Society of Super Villains; The Legion of Doom...  DC 1,508
Checkmate Checkmate
(mentioned, pg. 6, panel 3)
supporting character group
  [major covert ops organization] DC 102
Mr. Terrific Mr. Terrific (Michael Holt)
(mentioned, pg. 6, panel 3)
hero
CBR Scale: M Atheist
Checkmate; The Justice Society of America... 
[Position in Checkmate: White King's Bishop; White King]
DC 289
Doctor Sivana Doctor Sivana
(mentioned, pg. 6, panel 4)
villain scientist
CBR Scale: I manifestly non-religious
Fearsome Five (leader) Fawcett DC 162
S.T.A.R. Labs S.T.A.R. Labs
(mentioned, pg. 5, panel 4)
supporting character group scientist
  [science lab] DC 98
Intergang Intergang
(mentioned, pg. 7, 12)
villain group
  [gang] DC 47
Mirage
(mentioned, pg. 12, panel 1)
supporting character
CBR Scale: I N.A.
[Axel Baines' super-advanced search engine system] DC 1
Joe Arpaio Joe Arpaio
(mentioned, pg. 19, panel 1) 
real/historical person
  U.S. Army
[famed tough sheriff of Maricopa County, AZ]
Swim or Die Productions 17
Japheth Japheth
(mentioned, pg. 19, panel 2) 
real/historical person
CBR Scale: D Judeo-Christian
[son of Noah (Bible)] DC 16