Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Índice de Vibe

Paco Ramone (1984-1987) was the first hero inducted into the Justice League of Latin American decent, co-founded the "new" Detroit-based incarnation of 1984, and has remained deceased longer than any other member. Vibe had vibratory powers, and was a former gang leader. He is survived as a super-hero legacy by his younger brother Armando, who served as a member of the Conglomerate under the titles Reverb and Hardline.

Who's Who Update '87 Vol.5: Vibe
Chuck Patton

Justice League of America Annual #2 (1984)
The New Teen Titans #4 (1/85)
Justice League of America #233, 234, 235, 236, 237, 238,239,
241, 242, 243
JLA Classified (2006) #22, 23, 24, 25
Ambush Bug Stocking Stuffer #1 (1986)

Crisis en las Tierras Infinitas
JLA: Incarnations #5 (11/2001): First Story, Third Story
Infinity Inc. #19 (10/85)
Justice League of America # 244 (11/85)
Justice League of America Annual #3 (1985)
Crisis On Infinite Earths #8-12 (11/85-3/86)

Nueva York a la ciudad de Gotham
Justice League of America #246, 247, 248, 249, 250, 251, 252, 253, 254, 255

Justice League of America #257
Legends #1, 2,
Justice League of America #258, #259, #260, #261
JLA: Incarnations #5 (Third Story, Nov. 2001)
Legends #3-6 (1-4/87)
Justice League #1 (May 1987)
Detroit League in JLA/Avengers (2003)

Vibe de la Muerto Viviente
JLA Annual #2 (1998)
Green Lantern #43 (Early September 2009)
Blackest Night #1 (September, 2009)
Blackest Night #3 (November, 2009)

Reverb/Hardline (Armando Ramone, Hermano de Paco)
1996 The All-New Conglomerate Pin-Up


Justice League Detroit in upcoming “Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths” DVD

Ficción del Aficionado

Actualizado: 24 de Diciembre de 2010


mathematicscore said...


I think they're talking about you!

Diabolu Frank said...

Yeah, I actually dropped the dime on that to Bleeding Cool a month back, and figured I'd been blown off. It felt like a bolt from the blue seeing that cartoon, and I'm extremely flattered that my goofy arrangement got those king of legs under it. It's quite nice looking though, isn't it? Now if I could only con someone into using the Vile Menagerie like Scipio did with his "Apex City" b.s.

Justin said...

Thanks for posting this! I was mostly a Marvel kid back in the day, so I never knew this. I thought Paco/Vibe was a character that had been created for the CW's Flash series. It's good to know the character has a richer backstory.