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Please source this trivia[edit]

Please source this trivia and re-add to the article. Thanks, Chaz Beckett 17:00, 11 October 2007 (UTC)

  • "Underlord" is a play on the word "underdog."
  • The story takes place in New York City. In the first issue, a reporter refers to the city by its nickname, Gotham, a reference to the famous Batman city.
  • Vincent shops for his villain technology at a website named "AEbay," a play on both "ArchEnemies" and Ebay. At this site it's possible to buy such things as "Space-Based Deathrays" and "Laser-guided Penguins."
  • Much like the Black Canary, a blond wig is part of Star Fighter's costume.
  • Ethan's personality was chosen because of the desire to break the Peter Parker mold of superheroes and instead have one who was less of a friendly, good guy.

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