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'''''Back to the Future #2''''' was the sixth issue of the [[Back to the Future (Harvey Comics)|Back to the Future]] [[Back to the Future comics|comic series]] by [[Harvey Comics]].
 
'''''Back to the Future #2''''' was the sixth issue of the [[Back to the Future (Harvey Comics)|Back to the Future]] [[Back to the Future comics|comic series]] by [[Harvey Comics]].
   
Even though it was the sixth issue, it was labeled as #2, as Harvey reworked their formula with the final three issues of their ''Back to the Future'' comics.
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Even though it was the sixth issue, it was labeled as #2, as Harvey reworked their formula with the final three issues of their ''Back to the Future'' comics.
   
Three out of the first four issues were adaptations of episodes of ''[[Back to the Future: The Animated Series]]'', whereas the final three issues told an original story over three issues. This issue was the second part of the three part mini-series.
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Three out of the first four issues were adaptations of episodes of ''[[Back to the Future: The Animated Series]]'', whereas the final three issues told an original story over three issues. This issue was the second part of the three part mini-series.
   
 
==Publisher's Summary==
 
==Publisher's Summary==
 
The Future They Didn't Want!
 
The Future They Didn't Want!
   
Since [[Doc Brown]] invented his time machine, he and his family have travelled to strange lands throughout time and space... Their latest adventure has taken them to the savage world of the far future! But this adventure will be their last -- unless they can steal... [[The Jewel in the Tower]]!
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Since [[Doc Brown]] invented his time machine, he and his family have travelled to strange lands throughout time and space... Their latest adventure has taken them to the savage world of the far future! But this adventure will be their last -- unless they can steal... The [[Ruby Begonia|Jewel]] in the [[Enchanted Tower|Tower]]!
   
 
2nd of a 3-part mini-series!
 
2nd of a 3-part mini-series!
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==Behind the scenes==
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The year 2,991,299,129,912,991 is a reference to [[1992]], the year the issue was published, but reversed and repeated four times.
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==Dramatis Personae==
 
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*[[Emmett Brown]]
 
*[[Emmett Brown]]
 
*[[Tannen the Barbarian]]
 
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===Locations===
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*[[Apocrypha]]
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**[[Enchanted Tower]]
   
 
===Technology===
 
===Technology===
 
*[[Jules Verne Train]]
 
*[[Jules Verne Train]]
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===Miscellaneous===
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*[[Crochet]]
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*[[Ruby Begonia]]
 
[[Category:Comic stories]]
 
[[Category:Comic stories]]

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Comic6
Back to the Future #2
Part of: Back to the Future
Issue number(s): 6
Page count: 23
Writer: Dwayne McDuffie
Penciller: Nelson Dewey
Publisher: Harvey Comics
Publication date: November, 1992
Timeline: 2,991,299,129,912

Back to the Future #2 was the sixth issue of the Back to the Future comic series by Harvey Comics.

Even though it was the sixth issue, it was labeled as #2, as Harvey reworked their formula with the final three issues of their Back to the Future comics.

Three out of the first four issues were adaptations of episodes of Back to the Future: The Animated Series, whereas the final three issues told an original story over three issues. This issue was the second part of the three part mini-series.

Publisher's SummaryEdit

The Future They Didn't Want!

Since Doc Brown invented his time machine, he and his family have travelled to strange lands throughout time and space... Their latest adventure has taken them to the savage world of the far future! But this adventure will be their last -- unless they can steal... The Jewel in the Tower!

2nd of a 3-part mini-series!

Behind the scenesEdit

The year 2,991,299,129,912,991 is a reference to 1992, the year the issue was published, but reversed and repeated four times.

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What do you think?"

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MiscellaneousEdit

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