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  Morlock - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Morlocks are said to have descended from humans, although they have evolved to become a completely different species by the 8028th century.
When he first encounters a Morlock, the Time Traveller begins to piece together a new image of the future world of 802,701 A.D. The Morlocks and the Eloi have something of a symbiotic relationship: the Eloi are clothed and fed by the Morlocks, and in return, the Morlocks eat the Eloi.
The Morlocks of the movie originated from the humans that sought shelter underground after an attempt at destroying a lunar colony sent the moon crashing to Earth.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Morlocks   (3126 words)

 Morlocks (comics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Against her wishes, the Morlocks later kidnapped the child superheroes Power Pack so that they could be raised by the Morlock Annalee, who had lost her own children.
With the Morlocks presumed dead by the floods caused by Mikhail Rasputin, some of the remaining Morlocks were relocated to Selima Oasis in North Africa.
It is represented as a faction of Morlocks.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Morlocks_(comics)   (2288 words)

 Storm (comics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Storm (Ororo Munroe) is a Marvel Comics superhero, a prominent member of the X-Men.
Storm was influenced in this by a lover of Wolverine's, Yukio, who became one of her dearest friends; some fans believe the two were lovers, though given Marvel's policies of the time, this possibility was never more than implied.
She also fought Callisto for leadership of the Morlocks and won by stabbing Callisto in the heart.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Storm_(comics)   (3149 words)

 Marrow (comics) -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
As a child, Sarah was one of the underground-dwelling Morlocks.
During the Mutant Massacre that devastated the Morlock community, she witnessed the mauling of Angel by the Marauders.
The former Morlock leader Callisto cared for Marrow during this period and displayed a maternal attitude towards the young mutant, although the two are not known to be biologically related.
psychcentral.com /psypsych/Marrow_(comics)   (1127 words)

 World Famous Comics: The Time Machine (Tor Classics)
After the Morlocks steal his machine he may be trapped there...and at their mercy.
The Morlocks hide the Time Machine,kills the protagonist's Eloi friend Weena and keep their counterparts in utter and constant fear.
While most visions of the future are of some post-apocalyptic world or of some suppressive, totalitarian government, this vision is one of a Garden of Eden, where the child-like Eloi sing and dance their days away in a carefree existence.
www.worldfamouscomics.com /shopping/item-0812505042.shtml   (2262 words)

 Marvel Comics Reviews   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
I'm a relatively newcomer to the Marvel universe, having always held comics (indie x's, graphic novels, or otherwise) at arm's length because I have a lot of distaste for the choppy, uber soap opera nature of the pulp form.
It used to be that when a comic book character went through a significant change that usually meant they changed their costume, suddenly developed new powers, or if someone they cared for died tragically.
Illustrating styles in comic books may have changed since it was published, but the fundamentals are the same, and there's no one better to teach them than Buscema.
www.e-book-store.com /Graphic_Novel/Marvel_Comics   (11165 words)

 Metagame.com - Take Your Game to the Next Level
In the comics, the Morlocks have been persecuted, abused, and ostracized by society for being hideous-looking mutants.
Lots of comic book readers will already be familiar with Marrow and her underground-dwelling teammates, but here’s a quick primer for those of you who don’t know.
Marrow’s history is tied up with the Morlocks and the Gene Nation villain team, which rose from the ashes of the original group after the Morlock Massacre.
www.metagame.com /vs.aspx?tabid=46&ArticleId=4698   (675 words)

 Berzerker (comics) -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Berzerker is a fictional character from Marvel Comics.
Berzerker was a member and the leader of the Tunnelers, an offshoot group of Morlocks who hate another offshoot group, the Drain Dwellers.
Initially a group of ten, six of the Tunnelers were killed when the Marauders were sent to kill the Morlocks.
psychcentral.com /psypsych/Berzerker_(comics)   (523 words)

 Comics Continuum
Marvel Comics on Friday released several pages of artwork from Morlocks #1, which arrives in stores on Wednesday.
Morlocks #1 will be 32 pages and will cost $2.50.
That said, Hemecker reiterated that the comics remain an influence on the TV show.
www.comicscontinuum.com /stories/0203/30   (541 words)

 Electric Eve (Chicago Morlocks)
After the Morlocks took out Ricky's guards, Eve confronted him alone, let out all of her rage at his cruelty, then powered up and stepped into his hot tub, blowing out all the lights in the building, frying Ricky and nearly frying herself as well.
After accompanying the Morlocks on Postman's wish to see his comatose wife, Eve went with the others to fulfill Angel's last wish, to see her parents again.
Berzerker (?)- Morlock, leader of the Tunnelers tribe, able to generate electricity and manipulate the electromagnetic spectrum, killed by Cyclops' carelessness.
www.marvunapp.com /Appendix2/electriceve.htm   (1320 words)

 Comic Book Resources - CBR News - Features
The thing about the Morlocks is that not every mutant is lucky enough to meet Chuck and live in the mansion.
We're focusing on a group of Morlocks in the sewers of Chicago.
I mean, the average comic book fans don't understand, and it's good that they don't understand.
www.comicbookresources.com /news/printthis.cgi?id=659   (2152 words)

I could've sworn that this is almost the same premise as Geoff John's "Morlocks" mini from last year.
Not only is it similar to Geoff Johns Morlocks mini series, it's also similar to te Mutie mini series and (to a certain extent) the canceled Brotherhood series.
The general public already thinks comics are just for kids as it is. To mix together images of kids with erotica on a mainstream book is a recipe for disaster...and a train-wreck just waiting to happen.
www.comicon.com /cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic&f=36&t=001187   (1901 words)

 Welcome to Silver Bullet Comics! // THE source, nuff said! // Comics, Subscriptions, News, Previews, Reviews, Events, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
On a lead, Sally falls on the door step of the Morlocks, and interviews their leader Marrow.
I loved the fact that Jenkins took a look into the world of the Morlocks, yet I wish he spent more time on it.
It would be nice if they had a whole book on the Morlocks, but at this point in the Decimation it is pretty late in the game to add a new line.
www.silverbulletcomics.com /news/story.php?a=1259   (478 words)

 .: Welcome to UncannyXmen.Net - For The Fans, By The Fans :.
Despising the humans for their beauty, the Morlocks preferred ugliness; they wore rags and were proud to have their faces changed into ugly ones by Masque in defiance of the human society that had rejected them.
The Morlocks kidnap Kitty in the middle of a crisis, namely while she is trying to steal a special device from the Fantastic Four’s Baxter Building.
As the Morlocks were unable to find a cure, the Morlock scientist, Soteira, put her into a cryogenic chamber.
www.uncannyxmen.net /db/pov/showquestion.asp?faq=6&fldAuto=53   (9719 words)

 : RevolutionSF - The April 4th, 2002 Comics Reviewlution : Review
Morlocks #1 (Marvel Comics, $2.50) It's not JSA, but Geoff Johns does a fine job with this newest X-book mini-series.
There's no appearance by any well-known mutants, but the titular characters retain their focus well -- the mutants who are forced underground literally, not because of hideous mutations (like Claremont wrote), but because of Sentinels and the threat of death.
Deadline #1 (Marvel Comics, $2.99) Bill Rosemann is the PR guy for Marvel, but it so happens that he can write, too.
www.revolutionsf.com /article.html?id=1060.html   (901 words)

 The Ultimate Skids (comics) - American History Information Guide and Reference
Skids is a fictional character, a mutant superhero from Marvel Comics.
She first became a member of the Morlocks, then a member of X-Factor's teenage trainee team, the X-Terminators.
She has also been a member of the New Mutants and, after being brainwashed, the Mutant Liberation Front and later Magneto's Acolytes.
www.historymania.com /american_history/Skids_(comics)   (141 words)

 Superhero Encyclopedia: Callisto
Callisto lead the Morlocks until Storm bested her in one-on-one combat.
Sinister deemed the Morlocks genetic trash and sent his assassins the Maurauders to attack.
In revenge for leading them astray, the Morlock Masque made Callisto into a beautiful woman and exiled her from the Morlock tunnels.
members.tripod.com /rikmertens/marvel/callisto.html   (203 words)

 Comics Continuum
As the Chicago Police invade their home, one of the Morlocks reveals their ultimate sin while another finds salvation in the most unlikely of places.
When the high-flying Angel is kidnapped by the underground-dwelling Morlocks, it's up to Storm to zoom into the sewers, overcome her claustrophobia, and fight for his freedom.
Presented here are the untold stories behind such moves as The House's decision to drop the Comics Code, the creation of its adult imprint, the truth behind Spider-Girl, its hotly debated "no-reprint" policy and the decision to reveal Wolverine's origin.
www.comicscontinuum.com /stories/0203/27/marvel.htm   (4856 words)

 IGN: Wells Changes History with His Time Machine
She hangs around him kind of like a puppy for a while, the Morlocks show up and steel her away, he basically goes, 'Oh, that's sad' and moves on with his life.
When we were developing the script, we came up with the idea of stratifying Morlock society, like bee colonies or ant colonies.
That the leaders of the Morlocks would consciously carry a sort of eugenics program on their own people to breed them to different morphologies to follow different tasks, it's kind of an offshoot of the 19th century eugenics philosophies that ultimately led to the breeding programs of the Nazis.'"
filmforce.ign.com /articles/354/354494p1.html   (1718 words)

 The New Mutants and Morlocks - The Superhero Hype! Boards
This would be a good excuse to bring in some of the original new mutants (Cannonball, Moonstar, Sunspot, Magik, and Magma) or the Morlocks.
Morlocks would seem more realistic..but they would never be hiding in the institute...They'd stay in the sewers..
The Morlocks being massacred would ruin the movie franchise- especially if you try to sneak it in as subplot to the whole Phoenix thing.
www.superherohype.com /forums/showthread.php?t=81080   (736 words)

 PopImage   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
And the characters are all new, stripping away any and all continuity boundaries and giving Johns all the room to play that he wants.
MORLOCKS is about a group of mutants living under Chicago in an impossibly labyrinthine sewer system hiding out from the humans that call them cannibals and basically try to kill them.
This was a pretty basic, paint by the numbers first issue as we're clumsily introduced to characters with unnecessary 'codenames' and costumes and hints to a larger story are dropped.
www.popimage.com /content/viewnews.cgi?newsid1020267434,2330,   (1595 words)

 Fantastic Four 10   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
When this issue was reprinted in Marvel's Greatest Comics, Stan had the figure of Jack changed to be Stan standing further away so that he got all the credit.
I found this to be a very strange comic what with the creators appearing within, the FF bickering amongst themselves, the eerie mind transfer that Doom effected.
The Morlocks of the X-Men comics should be the main focus because the discription of the Morlocks discribe them as something very different in physical features to humans.
monsterblog.oneroom.org /fantastic_four_10.html   (724 words)

(comics, cartoons, and Movies) But I will be the first to admit I don’t know nearly as much about them as I do the Transformers.
Oh well, no movie is perfect and I'll gladly accept a comic book movie in which the only downside is one or two questionable casting choices.
Juggernaut in the comics stood almost as tall as a tanker truck cab, and had fists the size of a mans head.
www.applegeeks.com /sm/index.php?topic=5812.15   (1878 words)

 Age of Apocalypse #2 Review - Silver Bullet Comics
These Morlocks seem to include Leech, Marrow and Mirage, and are wary as always.
You’d think the principle interest would be Magneto and his family, but we see too little of them.
The art is making me flash back to Bachalo’s stint on New X-men, when the boys went searching for the Weapon X satellite, where we were supposed to sort of see an ersatz JLA of super-soldiers designed by AIM to take down mutants.
www.silverbulletcomicbooks.com /reviews/111083573983334.htm   (348 words)

 The Comics Reporter   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The first comic book I ever bought was a Charlton issue of Hanna Barbera's Speed Buggy.
There was an issue of a Charlton hod-rodder comic called "World of Wheels" that was in the bathroom of my Grandparents house every time I visited for years, that I never bothered to read.
Not strictly a comic book, but one day I will watch the movie "Orca" with Richard Harris and Charlotte Rampling that was advertised to death on the back cover of Marvel Comics in 1977.
www.comicsreporter.com /index.php/briefings/commentary/1602   (920 words)

 The Unoffcial Marvel Comics Reference HQ
When the X-Men first clashed with the community of mutant outcasts called the Morlocks, Storm fought a personal combat with the Morlock's leader, Callisto.
In defeating Callisto, Storm became the new leader of the Morlocks, although she remained with the X-Men and allowed Callisto to rule in her absence.
At one point, Storm was forced to confront her inattention of the Morlocks, who, after her assumption of leadership, had undergone a so-called "Mutant Massacre." Some of the remaining Morlocks, calling themselves Gene Nation and led by the mutant Marrow, began a series of attacks on New York City.
underworld.fortunecity.com /blood/201/marvel/storm.html   (1853 words)

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