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The version of the Shining Knight seen in Grant Morisson’s fabulous Seven Soldiers of Victory meta-series. A mighty knight lass from a mystical age of man, wielding Excalibur. The profile also comes with rather interesting material about the ancient history of DC’s New Earth.

As of April, 2017 this profile has had an overhaul, and received a squire in the form of gleaming, mounted M&M game stats.

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Black Lightning in his early days. This one is based on the 2009 Year One retelling, which was excellent.

As of April, 2017 this profile got a good round of improvements and received crackling, buzzing M&M stats.

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Former supporting cast and paramour of the Phantom Stranger, turned dealer in magical items and artefacts. She’s one interesting young lady.

As of April 2017, this profile has been overhauled, the illustrations improved, and the game stats section haunted by the addition of M&M data.

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The quirky collection of mutant investigators, as written by Peter “PAD” David in the 2006 to 2013 run of Marvel’s X-Factor comic.

This is one of ’em “base camp” profiles where we explain all the material shared between characters so it doesn’t have to be presented in every single individual profile.

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This is Duke of the G.I. Joe outfit, as he appeared in ’em 1980s Marvel comic books. He was less central there than he was in the vintage cartoon or in the movies, though. Thus, no Channing Tatums were harmed in the making of this character profile.

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One of those colonial White Saviour types from the Golden Age. More specifically, White Rajah appeared a few times in Fawcett comic books, starting with Master Comics #1 in 1940. He has an elephant, but do not fret – the elephant is white too.

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Chapter #6 — the last one — for our sample Chosen One from Fallout 2. This one explains Mariposa, Navarro, San Francisco, the offshore platform, the Sniper perk and various other Fallout bits. Still lightly dramatized in order not to be boring.

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The version of Suicide Squad field leader Rick Flag that was published from 1986 to 2008. Covers both the Mission X version of the squad, and the Yale/Ostrander revival.

As of March 2017, this profile has been decorated with a silver medal of M&M game stats, for service above and beyond the call of duty.

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Chapter #5 of 6 of our sample Chosen One, because Fallout 2 (1998) was a big game with an awful lot of post-apocalyptic stuff in it. Still lightly dramatized for your reading comfort, too, so it doesn’t read as drily as a brahmin skeleton in the salt flats.

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A big, axe-grinding, sharp-eyed profile for the Executioner before the W. Simonson era on Thor. So at this point the Executioner is a typical Silver Age foe of Thor, the Avengers and the Defenders.

As of March 2017, this profile now comes with sharp, hefty M&M game stats.

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Chapter #4 for our sample Chosen One, the protagonist of the classic Fallout 2 post-apocalyptic video game. This one explains Broken Hills, Redding, New Reno and the great gangland war, and other stuff from the game.

Who’s a cute lil’ cuddly mutant ? Well, not her. Like, at all.

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