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Published August 1983 by Marvel
Tundra!
John Byrne
John Byrne
John Byrne (signed)
Alpha Flight [Vindicator [James MacDonald Hudson]; Shaman; Snowbird; Aurora; Northstar; Puck (introduction); Marrina (introduction); Sasquatch]; Heather Hudson; Tundra (introduction); Wolverine (flashback); Nightcrawler (flashback); Beta Flight [Box [Roger Bochs]; flashback] (cameo); Gamma Flight [Madison Jeffries; Smart Alec; Diamond Lil; Wildchild] (cameo); Prime Minister Trudeau (flashback); Gary Cody; Sister Anne; Dan Smallwood; Francois; Georges
"Tundra!" Canada's elite government superhero team is reunited to fight an ancient demigod that draws its power from the land itself.
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Published August 1983 by Marvel

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Story Title
Tundra!
Writer
John Byrne
Interior Art
John Byrne
Cover Art
John Byrne (signed)
Character Appearances
Alpha Flight [Vindicator [James MacDonald Hudson]; Shaman; Snowbird; Aurora; Northstar; Puck (introduction); Marrina (introduction); Sasquatch]; Heather Hudson; Tundra (introduction); Wolverine (flashback); Nightcrawler (flashback); Beta Flight [Box [Roger Bochs]; flashback] (cameo); Gamma Flight [Madison Jeffries; Smart Alec; Diamond Lil; Wildchild] (cameo); Prime Minister Trudeau (flashback); Gary Cody; Sister Anne; Dan Smallwood; Francois; Georges
Storyline
"Tundra!" Canada's elite government superhero team is reunited to fight an ancient demigod that draws its power from the land itself.
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Published September 1983 by Marvel
Shadows of the Past
John Byrne
John Byrne
John Byrne (signed)
Alpha Flight [Guardian [James MacDonald Hudson; also as Vindicator]; Shaman; Snowbird; Aurora; Northstar; Puck; Marrina (Partial Origin); Sasquatch]; Chief Inspector Hamilton; Thompson; Cody; Angus (flashback); Tom Smallwood (flashback); Glad Smallwood (flashback); Dan Smallwood (flashback); Master of the World (Cameo)
"Shadows of the Past" Vindicator decides to rename himself Guardian. During a training session, Marrina goes feral and eviscerates Puck.
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Published September 1983 by Marvel

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Story Title
Shadows of the Past
Writer
John Byrne
Interior Art
John Byrne
Cover Art
John Byrne (signed)
Character Appearances
Alpha Flight [Guardian [James MacDonald Hudson; also as Vindicator]; Shaman; Snowbird; Aurora; Northstar; Puck; Marrina (Partial Origin); Sasquatch]; Chief Inspector Hamilton; Thompson; Cody; Angus (flashback); Tom Smallwood (flashback); Glad Smallwood (flashback); Dan Smallwood (flashback); Master of the World (Cameo)
Storyline
"Shadows of the Past" Vindicator decides to rename himself Guardian. During a training session, Marrina goes feral and eviscerates Puck.

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In The Beginning...
Script
John Byrne
Pencils
John Byrne
Story Line
Distraught with his technology being sold to the US Army, James decides to use the suit and take back the helmet, which was developed before joining Am-Can.
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Published October 1983 by Marvel
Yesterday Man
John Byrne
John Byrne
John Byrne (signed)
Alpha Flight [Guardian [James MacDonald Hudson]; Shaman; Snowbird; Aurora; Northstar; Marrina (partial origin); Sasquatch]; Master of the World (origin); Namor the Sub-Mariner (cameo); Invisible Girl
"Yesterday Man" The Master of the World has captured Marrina and Alpha Flight invades his fortress to mount a rescue, without much success, since the Master's base seems alive. Master relates Marrina his origin. Invisible Woman and Namor join the party.
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Published October 1983 by Marvel

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Story Title
Yesterday Man
Writer
John Byrne
Interior Art
John Byrne
Cover Art
John Byrne (signed)
Character Appearances
Alpha Flight [Guardian [James MacDonald Hudson]; Shaman; Snowbird; Aurora; Northstar; Marrina (partial origin); Sasquatch]; Master of the World (origin); Namor the Sub-Mariner (cameo); Invisible Girl
Storyline
"Yesterday Man" The Master of the World has captured Marrina and Alpha Flight invades his fortress to mount a rescue, without much success, since the Master's base seems alive. Master relates Marrina his origin. Invisible Woman and Namor join the party.

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Story Title
Purpose
Script
John Byrne
Pencils
John Byrne
Story Line
James, encouraged by Heather, takes his discovery to the Canadian government where he is asked to help create Department H.
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Published November 1983 by Marvel
Resolutions!
John Byrne
John Byrne
John Byrne (signed)
Alpha Flight [Guardian [James MacDonald Hudson]; Shaman; Snowbird; Aurora; Northstar; Marrina (partial origin); Sasquatch]; Invisible Girl; Namor the Sub-Mariner; Master of the World; Gladys Smallwood (flashback); Dan Smallwood
"Resolutions!" The Master of the World explains Marrina's alien origins to her. Alpha Flight rescues her and destroys the Master's base. Marrina meets Namor and decides to live with the Atlanteans for a while.
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Published November 1983 by Marvel

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Story Title
Resolutions!
Writer
John Byrne
Interior Art
John Byrne
Cover Art
John Byrne (signed)
Character Appearances
Alpha Flight [Guardian [James MacDonald Hudson]; Shaman; Snowbird; Aurora; Northstar; Marrina (partial origin); Sasquatch]; Invisible Girl; Namor the Sub-Mariner; Master of the World; Gladys Smallwood (flashback); Dan Smallwood
Storyline
"Resolutions!" The Master of the World explains Marrina's alien origins to her. Alpha Flight rescues her and destroys the Master's base. Marrina meets Namor and decides to live with the Atlanteans for a while.
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Published December 1983 by Marvel
What Fools These Mortals Be...
John Byrne
John Byrne
John Byrne (signed)
Shaman [Michael Towyoungmen]; Puck; Nurse Margaret Cambridge; Doctor Craigborne; Sergeant McNamara
"What Fools These Mortals Be..." Puck is recovering in the hospital from his injury delivered by Marrina when he finds himself involved in a mystery.
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Published December 1983 by Marvel

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Story Title
What Fools These Mortals Be...
Writer
John Byrne
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John Byrne
Cover Art
John Byrne (signed)
Character Appearances
Shaman [Michael Towyoungmen]; Puck; Nurse Margaret Cambridge; Doctor Craigborne; Sergeant McNamara
Storyline
"What Fools These Mortals Be..." Puck is recovering in the hospital from his injury delivered by Marrina when he finds himself involved in a mystery.

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Story Title
Deathwatch
Script
John Byrne
Pencils
John Byrne
Story Line
Talented doctor Michael Twoyoungmen turns away from the ways of his people, despite the requests from his shaman grandfather. Then he learns that his wife is dying. He devotes all his time to finding a cure, to no avail.
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Published January 1984 by Marvel
Snowblind
John Byrne
John Byrne
John Byrne (signed)
Alpha Flight [Guardian [James MacDonald Hudson]; Snowbird]; VILLAIN: Kolomaq
"Snowblind" Snowbird battles the great beast Kolomaq in a snowstorm.
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Published January 1984 by Marvel

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Story Title
Snowblind
Writer
John Byrne
Interior Art
John Byrne
Cover Art
John Byrne (signed)
Character Appearances
Alpha Flight [Guardian [James MacDonald Hudson]; Snowbird]; VILLAIN: Kolomaq
Storyline
"Snowblind" Snowbird battles the great beast Kolomaq in a snowstorm.

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Story Title
The Old Ways
Script
John Byrne
Pencils
John Byrne
Story Line
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Published February 1984 by Marvel
The Importance of Being Deadly
John Byrne
John Byrne
John Byrne (signed)
Alpha Flight [Aurora; Northstar]; Dr. Bosson; Raymonde Belmonde (Death); Danielle Belmonde; Deadly Ernest [Ernest St. Ives] (Introduction); Alex Thorne; Delphine Courtney (Introduction)
"The Importance of Being Deadly" Northstar takes Aurora to a psychologist to see what can be done about her having two separate personas. He then takes her to see a good friend of his, Raymonde Belmonde, a restaurant owner. (It is hinted at that Belmonde is more than a friend to Northstar.) There they find out that the restaurant is being blackmailed by local crime lord Deadly Ernest. When Ernest's thugs barge in, Ernest kills Belmonde with a touch and kidnaps Aurora. Northstar does not dare reveal his powers before Belmonde's daughter Danielle, but swears revenge. Meanwhile, Delphine Courtney invites Alec Thorne to join her and her employer in a new project.
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Published February 1984 by Marvel

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Story Title
The Importance of Being Deadly
Writer
John Byrne
Interior Art
John Byrne
Cover Art
John Byrne (signed)
Character Appearances
Alpha Flight [Aurora; Northstar]; Dr. Bosson; Raymonde Belmonde (Death); Danielle Belmonde; Deadly Ernest [Ernest St. Ives] (Introduction); Alex Thorne; Delphine Courtney (Introduction)
Storyline
"The Importance of Being Deadly" Northstar takes Aurora to a psychologist to see what can be done about her having two separate personas. He then takes her to see a good friend of his, Raymonde Belmonde, a restaurant owner. (It is hinted at that Belmonde is more than a friend to Northstar.) There they find out that the restaurant is being blackmailed by local crime lord Deadly Ernest. When Ernest's thugs barge in, Ernest kills Belmonde with a touch and kidnaps Aurora. Northstar does not dare reveal his powers before Belmonde's daughter Danielle, but swears revenge. Meanwhile, Delphine Courtney invites Alec Thorne to join her and her employer in a new project.

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Story Title
Let A Child Be Born
Script
John Byrne
Pencils
John Byrne
Story Line
At an archeological dig in the Arctic Circle, an ancient headband is discovered. At night, it beckons to its finder and puts him in contact with two gods, who ask him to give up his "seed of humanity". Accepting, the man finds himself returned to earth fifteen years later. A year later, Shaman feels himself summoned to the site, where the goddess Nelvanna reveals herself to him, pregnant. Shaman performs the role of midwife to the goddess and a young infant is entrusted to his care.
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Published March 1984 by Marvel
Cold Hands Cold Heart
John Byrne
John Byrne
John Byrne
Alpha Flight [Aurora; Northstar]; Raymonde Belmonde (flashback); Nemesis [Danielle Belmonde] (Introduction); Deadly Ernest (Origin, Death)
"Cold Hands Cold Heart" Northstar tracks down Aurora and Deadly Ernest but is beaten to the punch in taking him down by the mysterious Nemesis.
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Published March 1984 by Marvel

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Story Title
Cold Hands Cold Heart
Writer
John Byrne
Interior Art
John Byrne
Cover Art
John Byrne
Character Appearances
Alpha Flight [Aurora; Northstar]; Raymonde Belmonde (flashback); Nemesis [Danielle Belmonde] (Introduction); Deadly Ernest (Origin, Death)
Storyline
"Cold Hands Cold Heart" Northstar tracks down Aurora and Deadly Ernest but is beaten to the punch in taking him down by the mysterious Nemesis.

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Story Title
Genesis
Script
John Byrne
Pencils
John Byrne
Story Line
Shaman is contacted by James and Heather. They want him and Snowbird to come work for Department H.
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Published April 1984 by Marvel
Things Aren't Always What They Seem
John Byrne
John Byrne
John Byrne (signed)
Sasquatch [Walter Langkowski]; Kortgaard (Death); Colonel McMurdo (Death); Megan Masterson (Death); Greene (Death); Doctor Duncan (Death); Super-Skrull [also as The Thing]
"Things Aren't Always What They Seem" In an isolated research station, Dr. Langkowski is invited to study an odd cosmic radioactivity phenomenon. When the scientist locks in, the Fantastic Four's the Thing is "beamed in", forcing Langkowski to reveal his secret identity to the others. Then the other scientists are killed off and the strange visitor turns out to be someone else altogether.
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Published April 1984 by Marvel

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Story Title
Things Aren't Always What They Seem
Writer
John Byrne
Interior Art
John Byrne
Cover Art
John Byrne (signed)
Character Appearances
Sasquatch [Walter Langkowski]; Kortgaard (Death); Colonel McMurdo (Death); Megan Masterson (Death); Greene (Death); Doctor Duncan (Death); Super-Skrull [also as The Thing]
Storyline
"Things Aren't Always What They Seem" In an isolated research station, Dr. Langkowski is invited to study an odd cosmic radioactivity phenomenon. When the scientist locks in, the Fantastic Four's the Thing is "beamed in", forcing Langkowski to reveal his secret identity to the others. Then the other scientists are killed off and the strange visitor turns out to be someone else altogether.

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Story Title
A Stranger In My Mirror
Script
John Byrne
Pencils
John Byrne
Story Line
The young Jeanne-Marie Beaubier grows up in an orphanage and develops her powers and her dual personality. When she runs across some thugs, she deals with them easily, much to the amusement of the passing Wolverine, who suggests she contact James MacDonald Hudson.
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Published May 1984 by Marvel
Blood Battle!
John Byrne
John Byrne
John Byrne
Alpha Flight [Guardian [James MacDonald Hudson]; Aurora; Sasquatch]; Steve Rogers [Captain America]; Bernie Rosenthal; Super Skrull; Colonel McMurdo (flashback); Megan Masterson (flashback); Doctor Duncan (flashback); Spider-Man [Peter Parker] (flashback); Ms. Marvel [Carol Danvers] (flashback); Galactus (flashback)
"Blood Battle!" After nearly defeating him in hand-to-hand combat, Sasquatch manages to use his brains to defeat the Super Skrull. Meanwhile, Guardian has relocated to New York City.
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Published May 1984 by Marvel

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Story Title
Blood Battle!
Writer
John Byrne
Interior Art
John Byrne
Cover Art
John Byrne
Character Appearances
Alpha Flight [Guardian [James MacDonald Hudson]; Aurora; Sasquatch]; Steve Rogers [Captain America]; Bernie Rosenthal; Super Skrull; Colonel McMurdo (flashback); Megan Masterson (flashback); Doctor Duncan (flashback); Spider-Man [Peter Parker] (flashback); Ms. Marvel [Carol Danvers] (flashback); Galactus (flashback)
Storyline
"Blood Battle!" After nearly defeating him in hand-to-hand combat, Sasquatch manages to use his brains to defeat the Super Skrull. Meanwhile, Guardian has relocated to New York City.

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Story Title
Family Ties
Script
John Byrne
Pencils
John Byrne
Story Line
Northstar and Aurora meet for the first time at Department H.
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Published June 1984 by Marvel
Set-Up
John Byrne
John Byrne
John Byrne
Alpha Flight [Guardian [James MacDonald Hudson]; Heather Hudson]; Mr. LaPierre; Delphine Courtney; Jerome Jaxon (Introduction); Omega Flight [Box [Roger Bochs]; Diamond Lil; Flashback; Smart Alec; Wildchild] (Introduction)
"Set-Up" After moving to New York City and a new job, James finds out it was all a trap set out by his old enemy, Jerome Jaxon. Jaxon, through Delphine Courtney, has been recruiting mutants. They now form Omega Flight.
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Published June 1984 by Marvel

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Story Title
Set-Up
Writer
John Byrne
Interior Art
John Byrne
Cover Art
John Byrne
Character Appearances
Alpha Flight [Guardian [James MacDonald Hudson]; Heather Hudson]; Mr. LaPierre; Delphine Courtney; Jerome Jaxon (Introduction); Omega Flight [Box [Roger Bochs]; Diamond Lil; Flashback; Smart Alec; Wildchild] (Introduction)
Storyline
"Set-Up" After moving to New York City and a new job, James finds out it was all a trap set out by his old enemy, Jerome Jaxon. Jaxon, through Delphine Courtney, has been recruiting mutants. They now form Omega Flight.

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Story Title
Unleash the Beast!
Script
John Byrne
Pencils
John Byrne
Story Line
While performing gamma radiation experiments, Langkowski is turned into Sasquatch for the first time. Hudson wastes no time to recruit him for Department H.
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Published July 1984 by Marvel
...And One Shall Surely Die
John Byrne
John Byrne
John Byrne (signed)
Alpha Flight [Guardian [James MacDonald Hudson] (Death); Shaman; Snowbird; Aurora; Northstar; Puck; Marrina; Sasquatch]; Heather Hudson; Delphine Courtney; Jerome Jaxon [also as Box] (Origin); Omega Flight [Diamond Lil; Smart Alec; Flashback; Wildchild]; Sub-Mariner [Namor]; Roxxon Oil (flashback); August D'Angelo (flashback); Box [Roger Bochs]
"...And One Shall Surely Die" Alpha Flight joins Guardian in battling Omega Flight. Mac's suit is damaged during the conflict and, with only seconds left to disable it, Heather accidentally distracts him and the Guardian suit blows up, reducing Mac to ashes.
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Published July 1984 by Marvel

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Story Title
...And One Shall Surely Die
Writer
John Byrne
Interior Art
John Byrne
Cover Art
John Byrne (signed)
Character Appearances
Alpha Flight [Guardian [James MacDonald Hudson] (Death); Shaman; Snowbird; Aurora; Northstar; Puck; Marrina; Sasquatch]; Heather Hudson; Delphine Courtney; Jerome Jaxon [also as Box] (Origin); Omega Flight [Diamond Lil; Smart Alec; Flashback; Wildchild]; Sub-Mariner [Namor]; Roxxon Oil (flashback); August D'Angelo (flashback); Box [Roger Bochs]
Storyline
"...And One Shall Surely Die" Alpha Flight joins Guardian in battling Omega Flight. Mac's suit is damaged during the conflict and, with only seconds left to disable it, Heather accidentally distracts him and the Guardian suit blows up, reducing Mac to ashes.
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Published August 1984 by Marvel
Nightmare!
John Byrne
John Byrne
John Byrne (signed)
Alpha Flight [Shaman; Snowbird; Aurora; Northstar; Puck; Sasquatch]; Wolverine (Dream); Heather Hudson; Guardian [James MacDonald Hudson] (flashback); Delphine Courtney (flashback); Jerome Jaxon (flashback); Omega Flight [Box [Roger Bochs]; Smart Alec [Alec Thorne]; Flashback; Diamond Lil; Wild Child] (flashback); Gary Cody
"Nightmare!" Heather has nightmares about Mac's death. The team tries to figure out how to move on with their leader dead.
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Published August 1984 by Marvel

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Nightmare!
Writer
John Byrne
Interior Art
John Byrne
Cover Art
John Byrne (signed)
Character Appearances
Alpha Flight [Shaman; Snowbird; Aurora; Northstar; Puck; Sasquatch]; Wolverine (Dream); Heather Hudson; Guardian [James MacDonald Hudson] (flashback); Delphine Courtney (flashback); Jerome Jaxon (flashback); Omega Flight [Box [Roger Bochs]; Smart Alec [Alec Thorne]; Flashback; Diamond Lil; Wild Child] (flashback); Gary Cody
Storyline
"Nightmare!" Heather has nightmares about Mac's death. The team tries to figure out how to move on with their leader dead.
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Published September 1984 by Marvel
Biology Class
John Byrne
John Byrne
John Byrne (signed)
Alpha Flight [Shaman; Snowbird; Aurora; Puck; Marrina]; Heather McNeil Hudson; Namor the Sub-Mariner; Elizabeth Twoyoungmen; Ramin
"Biology Class" The members of Alpha Flight break up and do their own thing with no leader to guide them. Heather tries to rescue a woman who has fallen into Lake Ontario but is attacked by a tentacle. Puck meets up with Marrina and and informs her that he thinks the attacker was one of her alien race.
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Published September 1984 by Marvel

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Story Title
Biology Class
Writer
John Byrne
Interior Art
John Byrne
Cover Art
John Byrne (signed)
Character Appearances
Alpha Flight [Shaman; Snowbird; Aurora; Puck; Marrina]; Heather McNeil Hudson; Namor the Sub-Mariner; Elizabeth Twoyoungmen; Ramin
Storyline
"Biology Class" The members of Alpha Flight break up and do their own thing with no leader to guide them. Heather tries to rescue a woman who has fallen into Lake Ontario but is attacked by a tentacle. Puck meets up with Marrina and and informs her that he thinks the attacker was one of her alien race.
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Published November 1984 by Marvel
...And Foresaking All Others...
John Byrne
John Byrne
John Byrne
Alpha Flight [Puck; Marrina (Origin)]; Heather McNeil Hudson; Wolverine [Logan]; Namor, the Sub-Mariner; Madison Jeffries (1st full); Roger Bochs; Master of the World; Guardian [James MacDonald Hudson] (Cameo flashback); Aurora (Cameo flashback); Northstar (Cameo flashback); Sasquatch (Cameo flashback); Snowbird (Cameo flashback); Gladys Smallwood (Flashback); Tom Smallwood (Flashback)
"...And Foresaking All Others..." Roger Bochs meets up with Madison Jeffries in hopes of recreating the Box armor. Wolvie visits Heather in the hospital. The Master of the World has captured Puck and Namor and explains Marrina's origins as he tries to have her mate with one of her alien people. The heroes escape and take the Master down but, disgusted by her own monstrous heritage, Marrina leaves.
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Published November 1984 by Marvel

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Story Title
...And Foresaking All Others...
Writer
John Byrne
Interior Art
John Byrne
Cover Art
John Byrne
Character Appearances
Alpha Flight [Puck; Marrina (Origin)]; Heather McNeil Hudson; Wolverine [Logan]; Namor, the Sub-Mariner; Madison Jeffries (1st full); Roger Bochs; Master of the World; Guardian [James MacDonald Hudson] (Cameo flashback); Aurora (Cameo flashback); Northstar (Cameo flashback); Sasquatch (Cameo flashback); Snowbird (Cameo flashback); Gladys Smallwood (Flashback); Tom Smallwood (Flashback)
Storyline
"...And Foresaking All Others..." Roger Bochs meets up with Madison Jeffries in hopes of recreating the Box armor. Wolvie visits Heather in the hospital. The Master of the World has captured Puck and Namor and explains Marrina's origins as he tries to have her mate with one of her alien people. The heroes escape and take the Master down but, disgusted by her own monstrous heritage, Marrina leaves.
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Published March 1985 by Marvel
Gold And Love Affairs!
John Byrne
John Byrne
John Byrne (signed)
Alpha Flight [Heather Hudson; Puck; Shaman; Snowbird; Aurora; Sasquatch; Talisman]; Calvelli; Gilded Lily
"Gold And Love Affairs!" Elizabeth tries to take off her mystic coronet and discovers she is fated to be Talisman forever as she cannot remove it. Aurora and Walter head to one of his old haunts to discover if it will be a good home base for Alpha Flight only to find it is already inhabited by the mysterious Gilded Lily whose touch turns men to gold.
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Published March 1985 by Marvel

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Gold And Love Affairs!
Writer
John Byrne
Interior Art
John Byrne
Cover Art
John Byrne (signed)
Character Appearances
Alpha Flight [Heather Hudson; Puck; Shaman; Snowbird; Aurora; Sasquatch; Talisman]; Calvelli; Gilded Lily
Storyline
"Gold And Love Affairs!" Elizabeth tries to take off her mystic coronet and discovers she is fated to be Talisman forever as she cannot remove it. Aurora and Walter head to one of his old haunts to discover if it will be a good home base for Alpha Flight only to find it is already inhabited by the mysterious Gilded Lily whose touch turns men to gold.
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Published April 1985 by Marvel
Love Wrought New Alchemy...
John Byrne
John Byrne
John Byrne
Alpha Flight [Sasquatch; Aurora; Snowbird]; Gilded Lily; Diablo (Flashback)
"Love Wrought New Alchemy..." Sasquatch and Aurora battle the Gilded Lily, a disciple of Diablo whose touch turns men to gold.
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Published April 1985 by Marvel

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Story Title
Love Wrought New Alchemy...
Writer
John Byrne
Interior Art
John Byrne
Cover Art
John Byrne
Character Appearances
Alpha Flight [Sasquatch; Aurora; Snowbird]; Gilded Lily; Diablo (Flashback)
Storyline
"Love Wrought New Alchemy..." Sasquatch and Aurora battle the Gilded Lily, a disciple of Diablo whose touch turns men to gold.
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Published October 1985 by Marvel
Betrayal
John Byrne
John Byrne
John Byrne (signed)
Alpha Flight [Heather Hudson; Shaman; Snowbird; Puck; Aurora; Northstar; Talisman; Box [Walter Langkowski]; Roger Bochs]; Douglas Thompson; Omega Flight [Guardian [Delphine Courtney]; Wildchild; Diamond Lil; Flashback]; Hulk [Bruce Banner] (Cameo)
"Betrayal" Most of Alpha Flight captured by Omega Flight at the Edmonton Mall, Shaman, Aurora & Box ride in to the rescue. Snowbird also leaves Doug to help her friends. The remainder of Alpha Flight learns too late that Guardian is really an evil robot as the villain snatches Shaman's medicine pouch & roots around inside for Smart Alec. Things get worse when Guardian turns the medicine pouch inside out which unleashes magical forces which threaten to destroy the world. Talisman is able to use her abilities to contain the madness but Shaman fails to rescue her & she is pulled into the pouch.
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Published October 1985 by Marvel

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Story Title
Betrayal
Writer
John Byrne
Interior Art
John Byrne
Cover Art
John Byrne (signed)
Character Appearances
Alpha Flight [Heather Hudson; Shaman; Snowbird; Puck; Aurora; Northstar; Talisman; Box [Walter Langkowski]; Roger Bochs]; Douglas Thompson; Omega Flight [Guardian [Delphine Courtney]; Wildchild; Diamond Lil; Flashback]; Hulk [Bruce Banner] (Cameo)
Storyline
"Betrayal" Most of Alpha Flight captured by Omega Flight at the Edmonton Mall, Shaman, Aurora & Box ride in to the rescue. Snowbird also leaves Doug to help her friends. The remainder of Alpha Flight learns too late that Guardian is really an evil robot as the villain snatches Shaman's medicine pouch & roots around inside for Smart Alec. Things get worse when Guardian turns the medicine pouch inside out which unleashes magical forces which threaten to destroy the world. Talisman is able to use her abilities to contain the madness but Shaman fails to rescue her & she is pulled into the pouch.
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Published November 1985 by Marvel
Cross-Over
John Byrne
John Byrne
John Byrne (signed)
Alpha Flight [Heather McNeil Hudson; Shaman; Snowbird; Puck; Aurora; Northstar; Talisman; Box [Walter Langkowski]; Roger Bochs]; Madison Jeffries; Omega Flight [Guardian [Delphine Courtney]; Wildchild; Diamond Lil; Flashback]; Beyonder; Hulk [Bruce Banner]
"Cross-Over" Omega Flight tries to escape from their encounter with Alpha Flight but run into Madison Jeffries in the parking lot of the mall and he dispatches them singlehandedly. The Beyonder has rescued Talisman from Shaman's medicine pouch (in Secret Wars II #4), but Elizabeth is really angry with her father and magically sends the team back to their base without her. Roger Bochs "hooks" what looks to be a more suitable body for Walter than the Box robot but, unfortunately, the body already belongs to the incredible Hulk.
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Published November 1985 by Marvel

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Story Title
Cross-Over
Writer
John Byrne
Interior Art
John Byrne
Cover Art
John Byrne (signed)
Character Appearances
Alpha Flight [Heather McNeil Hudson; Shaman; Snowbird; Puck; Aurora; Northstar; Talisman; Box [Walter Langkowski]; Roger Bochs]; Madison Jeffries; Omega Flight [Guardian [Delphine Courtney]; Wildchild; Diamond Lil; Flashback]; Beyonder; Hulk [Bruce Banner]
Storyline
"Cross-Over" Omega Flight tries to escape from their encounter with Alpha Flight but run into Madison Jeffries in the parking lot of the mall and he dispatches them singlehandedly. The Beyonder has rescued Talisman from Shaman's medicine pouch (in Secret Wars II #4), but Elizabeth is really angry with her father and magically sends the team back to their base without her. Roger Bochs "hooks" what looks to be a more suitable body for Walter than the Box robot but, unfortunately, the body already belongs to the incredible Hulk.
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Published December 1985 by Marvel
Cut Bait & Run!
Bill Mantlo
Mike Mignola
Mike Mignola (signed)
Alpha Flight [Heather Hudson; Shaman; Snowbird; Puck; Aurora; Northstar; Box [Roger Bochs]; Madison Jeffries]; GUESTS: Hulk [Bruce Banner]; Gary Cody; CAMEO FLASHBACK: Talisman
"Cut Bait & Run!" Alpha Flight has tried to obtain a more suitable body than Box for Walter but, not only do they lose Walter, but they also hook the Hulk. With the Hulk rampaging through Canada, the Alphans have to overcome their individual fears and weaknesses to take down the jade giant. Alpha Flight becomes the official super hero team of Canada.
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Published December 1985 by Marvel

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Story Title
Cut Bait & Run!
Writer
Bill Mantlo
Interior Art
Mike Mignola
Cover Art
Mike Mignola (signed)
Character Appearances
Alpha Flight [Heather Hudson; Shaman; Snowbird; Puck; Aurora; Northstar; Box [Roger Bochs]; Madison Jeffries]; GUESTS: Hulk [Bruce Banner]; Gary Cody; CAMEO FLASHBACK: Talisman
Storyline
"Cut Bait & Run!" Alpha Flight has tried to obtain a more suitable body than Box for Walter but, not only do they lose Walter, but they also hook the Hulk. With the Hulk rampaging through Canada, the Alphans have to overcome their individual fears and weaknesses to take down the jade giant. Alpha Flight becomes the official super hero team of Canada.
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