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"Exodus Noir Part One: My Father's Keeper": Catherine Shepard finds her father, Colin Shepard, burnt to a crisp in his own home. The police are useless, so she turns to Madame Xanadu for help. After a little investigation, Madame Xanadu is certain that Catherine's f

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Madame Xanadu

Madame Xanadu (Volume 2) #11 is an issue of the series Madame Xanadu (Volume 2) with a cover date of July, 2009.

Synopsis for "Exodus Noir Part One: My Father's Keeper"

Catherine Shepard finds her father, Colin Shepard, burnt to a crisp in his own home. The police are useless, so she turns to Madame Xanadu for help. After a little investigation, Madame Xanadu is certain that Catherine's father was the victim of a supernatural homicide.

Recalling back to 1493 when she lived in Spain, Madame Xanadu recalls something similar happening, and she recalls her lover Marisol.

Appearing in "Exodus Noir Part One: My Father's Keeper"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Catherine Shepard (First appearance)
  • Marisol Del Rios (First appearance) (Flashback only)

Antagonists:


Other Characters:

  • Colin Shepard (Only appearance; dies) (Flashback only)
  • Husam Al Nar (First appearance)(Flashback only)
  • Tomás de Torquemada (Flashback only)
  • Sandman

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Notes

This story takes place in 1940, and features flashbacks to 1493 Spain.

Trivia

Marisol's name is an anachronism: veneration of Our Lady (Mary) of Solitude only began in the 16th century.


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