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The very first take on Spider-Woman (not yet called Jessica Drew), by Goodwin. It’s rather different from what she later become, as the retcons start by her very next appearance.

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A key member of the Strike Force team, from the landmark Champions RPG supplement Strike Force. This book was where many of us learned to run proper super-hero campaigns. Enhanced martial artist and intrusion expert.

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A C-list enemy of the Avengers, handy to use. This is our first profile for this guy, covering 1966 to the Spring of 1977 (at which point he acquires actual powers). Surprisingly enough, he’s armed with lasers.

This profile was updated with M&M stats.

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The main villainous (though he’s not always a villain) speedster in the Marvel Universe. He’s no Flash, but he can still be a problem.

This entry has now been updated with M&M game stats.

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From a Kurt Busiek stand-alone graphic novel, a super-hero whose power depends upon his fame and fans. These are best managed through massive marketing campaigns and merchandising.

Profile updated with M&M game stats.

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We’re now upgrading our Iron Man (Tony Stark) character profiles. This is the first in a chronological series, and will cover the 1960s. Right now it covers 1963-64 due to time constraints.

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A 1964 character – a gifted police detective who was apparently intended to become a romantic interest for Batman. She only appeared twice, though. Chiefly interesting for being a female police detective that early.

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A thorough exploration of the second Iron Man power armour suit. It was built upon returning to the US, and soon painted in a golden hue. We refer to it as the Model 1 Mark 2 “Golden Armour” Iron Man suit.

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Second profile for Gregor Shapanka – this time as Blizzard, one of Justin Hammer’s super-thugs. Nice costume with ice/cold powers, can be used practically anywhere.

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