In Vol 3 issue 12, the "cross-temporal duplicates" of Guardian, Heather Hudson, Snowbird, Northstar, Aurora, and Puck came forward from the past, past being roughly in Vol #1 issue 12 when they were in New York - of note Snowbird was not even in New York.
Vol #3 won't be wiped out as there are mentions of Yukon Jack in Omega Flight and Hercules (guest stars Snowbird in recent months).
The Alphans who die in New Avengers are Guardian, Vindicator, Puck, Major Maple Leaf and Puck 2 (the latter 2 from Vol #3), plus Sasquatch who lives.
No mention to date of (a) the plodex world bound Alphans returning or (b) the copies disappearing - so i'm going with the 4 temporals dying along with MML & Puck 2.
Given the timing of Northstar going to the Xmen (around 2001), and Vol #3 happening around 2004 (?) i believe they were not the duplicates.
: hey all -
: been away from the flight for a while but
: recently re-read the classic byne issues and
: the late lamented volume two, and i'm all
: fired up again... but i missed some stuff.
: could someone fill me in on this temporal
: duplicate thing that i've read about
: happening at the end of volume three? i get
: that a past version of alpha flight was
: pulled into the present, and one version
: went of into space with a bunch of plodex
: eggs; but i'm fuzzy on excatly which members
: of the team were temporally displaced, who
: stayed on earth and who left...
: are the northstar and aurora used not so
: long ago in x-men the originals or
: time-displaced dupes? same question
: regarding the flighters who maybesorta died
: at the hands of the collective in new
: avengers - do we have a headcount as to
: who's from now and who's from when?
: thanks in advance.
: take it easy,
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