Unofficial Chronology RESURRECTION MAN [Mitchell Shelley]
 Created by Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning and Jackson Guice

Resurrection Man

Character Chronology Index

Below is the definitive list of appearances of Resurrection Man in chronological order. Flashback sequences or story entries will be followed by a [Flashback] note. Stories that for some reason are no longer part of current continuity will have a comment saying this in a note following the entry.

Follow the links for a complete index of the issue, including story and creator info as well as full character chronology and in some cases story synopses.

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Resurrection Man Chronology

Resurrection Man #13 (May 1998): "Cold Blood" [Flashback]
Resurrection Man #1 (May 1997): "Resurrection Man"
Resurrection Man #2 (June 1997): "Bystanders"
Resurrection Man #3 (July 1997): "Scorpion Memories, Part 1"
Resurrection Man #4 (August 1997): "Scorpion Memories, Part 2"
Resurrection Man #5 (September 1997): "Scorpion Memories, Part 3"
Resurrection Man #6 (October 1997): "Double Take"
Resurrection Man #7 (November 1997): "Gotham D.O.A."
Resurrection Man #8 (December 1997): "Tricks or Treats"
Resurrection Man #9 (January 1998): "Dead Reckoning"
Resurrection Man #10 (February 1998): "Mano A Mano"
Resurrection Man #11 (March 1998): "Origin of Species, Part 1"
Resurrection Man #12 (April 1998): "Origin of Species, Part 2: The Shadow of Death"
Resurrection Man #14 (June 1998): "Unnatural Causes"
Resurrection Man #15 (July 1998): "Riding Into Viceroy"
Resurrection Man #16 (August 1998): "Avenging Angels, Part 1: Deathwatch"
Supergirl Vol. 4 #24 (August 1998): "Avenging Angels, Part 2: Die and Let Live"
Resurrection Man #17 (September 1998): "Avenging Angels, Part 3: Body and Soul"
Resurrection Man #18 (October 1998): "Secrets & Lies"
Resurrection Man #19 (December 1998): "Cape Fear, Episode 1: Tights Make the Man"
Resurrection Man #20 (January 1999): "Cape Fear, Episode 2: Truth or Dare"
Resurrection Man #21 (February 1999): "Cape Fear, Episode 3: Major League"
Resurrection Man #22 (March 1999): "Executive Toys"
Resurrection Man #23 (April 1999): "The Female of the Species"
Resurrection Man #24 (May 1999): "Forgotten But Not Gone"
Resurrection Man #25 (June 1999): "Millennium Then"
Resurrection Man #26 (July 1999): "Millennium Now!"
Resurrection Man #27 (August 1999): "The End of the Earth"
Resurrection Man #1,000,000 (November 1998): "A Handful of Dust"



   The flashbacks shown in the early issues of Resurrection Man (issues #1-10) are more or less just jumbled memories with no sense of order. Some panels are shown again in later issues as part of a longer sequence. As chronological information of these shorter shards of memory would be too complicated only the longer sequences have been put into order and divided into three periods: Mitch Shelly, the Childhood Years; Mitch Shelley, the Lawyer Years; The Lab

Mitch Shelley, the Childhood Years:

    Resurrection Man #7, page 6,9: Mitch and Conchita Alverez play baseball
    Resurrection Man #3, page 13: Mitch falls from treehouse; brought to the hospital by Conchita
    Resurrection Man #7, page 14: Preston Shelley, Mitch's father, fires Conchita; Mitch watches her leave
Mitch Shelley, the Lawyer Years:
    Resurrection Man #3, page 11: Mitch has a discussion with his father about ethics
    Resurrection Man #3, page 8: Mitch and Richard Bessley
    Resurrection Man #5, page 2, panel 6: Mitch decides to get out of his involvement with the mob
    Resurrection Man #3, page 7: Mitch and his secretary; Offices blown up
The Lab:
    Resurrection Man #10, page 14-16: Following explosion. Mitch abducted by The Lab; Mr. Fancy and Hooker
    Resurrection Man #6, page 17: Mitch and Mr. Fancy
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