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"Much to Do About Nothing": The Teleportation Experiment mentioned in Issue 1 took place in Leningrad; in Place of the Lost Soil of Russia and East Europe there is an empty Void which Gilgamesh enters to unravel the Secrets of Life and Death, in it he finds Professor Ivan Poppenov, the Man in ch


Quote1 I can't believe you Pea-Brains refuse to go along with my Proposal to do declare In-a-Gadda-da-Vida the Corporate Anthem. Quote2
-- Sunflower Bonner



Appearing in "Much to Do About Nothing"

Featured Characters:

  • Gilgamesh Bonner


Supporting Characters:

  • Sunflower Bonner (Dies)
  • General Dynamic


Villains:

  • Corporate Board of Directors
    • Mark Downs
    • Fred Stop
  • Bambi


Other Characters:

  • Ivan Poppenov (Single appearance)


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Synopsis for "Much to Do About Nothing"

The Teleportation Experiment mentioned in Issue 1 took place in Leningrad; in Place of the Lost Soil of Russia and East Europe there is an empty Void which Gilgamesh enters to unravel the Secrets of Life and Death, in it he finds Professor Ivan Poppenov, the Man in charge of the Teleportation Experiment; he shows Gilgamesh, that he can create all kinds of stuff with the Specks of Light that fly around in the Void; Gilgamesh thinks, that he can resurrect Otto with those Lights and leaves; Poppenov, who told Gilgamesh, that he is in the Void for about twenty years, decides to find another Place because he is only in the Void ten minutes longer than Gilgamesh and doesn't want to be around, when he finds out the Truth about Time running different inside the Void. Gilgamesh returns to Earth 2000 Years after the Human Race eradicated itself by means of a Nuclear War; Aliens colonized the World and Gil returns to the Void to find Peace there.

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Trivia

  • "In-a-Gadda-da-Vida" is a Song and Album of Rockband Iron Butterfly which lasts about 17 Minutes; it's actual Title should have been "In the Garden of Eden" but at one Point the Singer Doug Ingle got intoxicated and started singing "In-a-Gadda-da-Vida" which stuck as the Song's Title
  • Dichotomy, Life, Death and Resurrection are recurring Motives in Starlin's Work
  • Otto Preminger was a Director for Movies and Theater; he died in 1986



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