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Stargate Atlantis / Stargate Universe Anthology #1 is the first issue of American Mythology Productions' Stargate Atlantis / Stargate Universe Anthology comic series.

Publisher's SummaryEdit

Celebrate Stargate comics with an awesome flip book annual issue featuring stories from both Stargate Universe and Stargate Atlantis with two brand new covers - one on each side! Series writers Mark L. Haynes and J.C. Vaughn team up with series artists Greg LaRocque and Eliseu Gouveia to deliver two brand new stories! First, it takes a village in "The Other Guys", when the Stargate Atlantis crew discovers technology that could obliterate the city. And then we delve deep into one of SGU's fan favorite characters during the final hours before the series finale in "Camile".

Chronological PlacementEdit

The events depicted in "The Other Guys" storyline takes place two and a half months after season five of Stargate Atlantis, and two weeks prior to Stargate Atlantis: Back to Pegasus 1.

StoryEdit

After SG-16 finds some Ki'ai power cells that seems to be compatible with ZPMs, a cell is sent over to Atlantis to see if it they can use it. However, once the power cell is activated, strange readings are detected. People around the city begin to act oddly. There's fighting and people start babbling about random things. This stops after Dr. McKay shuts down the cell. Woolsey then has the power cell sent back to Dr. Lee. Afterwards, Colonel Sheppard gives a message to the Atlantis expedition and the SGC personnel, stating that everyone is counting on them to fix the city and if they get back to Pegasus, it's because of people like them, who work behind the scenes.

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Appearances for Stargate Atlantis / Stargate Universe Anthology #1

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NotesEdit

There are two SGA/SGU Anthology comics that bear the imprint of #1, the first of which being Stargate Atlantis / Stargate Universe Anthology 1. This title was originally conceived as a once yearly event. However, American Mythology later relaunched the anthology series in December 2018 as “Anthology Ongoing,” with a new Issue #1.

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