Difference between revisions of "Bo Bylan"

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Folk singer and songwriter whose song is used by a different band, evil rock duo [[Mr. Mod and his Bird]], who put in subliminal messages to control the minds of their youth audience at a live concert and send it to attack a "peace ministers' meeting."  
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Unseen folk singer and songwriter whose song is used by a different band, the evil rock duo [[Mr. Mod and his Bird]], who add subliminal messages to it to control the minds of their youth audience at a live concert and send the crowd to attack a "peace ministers' meeting."  
  
 
From Dell Comics' short-lived series, [https://www.comics.org/issue/21079/ ''Superheroes'' #4] (May 1967), and an obvious reference to Bob Dylan.
 
From Dell Comics' short-lived series, [https://www.comics.org/issue/21079/ ''Superheroes'' #4] (May 1967), and an obvious reference to Bob Dylan.
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[[Category:1967|Bylan, Bo]]
 
[[Category:1967|Bylan, Bo]]
[[Category:Comic books|Bylan, Bo]]
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[[Category:Dell Comics|Bylan, Bo]]
 
[[Category:Folk music|Bylan, Bo]]
 
[[Category:Folk music|Bylan, Bo]]
 
[[Category:Bob Dylan|Bylan, Bo]]
 
[[Category:Bob Dylan|Bylan, Bo]]
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[[Category:Fictional singers|Bylan, Bo]]

Latest revision as of 10:58, 14 October 2020

Unseen folk singer and songwriter whose song is used by a different band, the evil rock duo Mr. Mod and his Bird, who add subliminal messages to it to control the minds of their youth audience at a live concert and send the crowd to attack a "peace ministers' meeting."

From Dell Comics' short-lived series, Superheroes #4 (May 1967), and an obvious reference to Bob Dylan.

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