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(Team profile #2 - Year One, part #2)
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Sequencing To avoid a demon-bear-sized text, this article is presented in episodes. These go : The New Mutants – Year one, part #1. The New Mutants – Year one, part #2. The New Mutants – The rest of the 1980s. History (continued) This starts *right* where the...

(Global Frequency)
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Context Ms. Jill Cabot and Constable Daniel Gulpilil appear in the fourth issue of Global Frequency, “Hundred”. This entry has S P O I L E R S about it. Global Frequency (written by Warren Ellis) only ran 12 issues from 2002-2004. But it remains one of my...

(Global Frequency)
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Global Frequency (written by Warren Ellis) only ran 12 issues from 2002-2004. But it remains one of my favourites. Essentially, it’s X-Files done as short, high-tempo action thrillers depicting last-resort, high-competence efforts to deal with strange threats. Though we don’t...

(Catwoman/Batman enemy)
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Context This Mister X (there are many Mister Xs in the comics) appears in one 1950 issue. His appearance is only notable since this story is a foundational tale of Catwoman (Selina Kyle). This small profile is thus meant as a sample mob-boss-with-a-gimmick from this era. Mostly for those...

(Global Frequency)
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Context Lana Kennedy was the main character in the third issue of Global Frequency, “Invasive”. It was published in 2003. This entry has S P O I L E R S about it. Global Frequency (written by Warren Ellis) only ran 12 issues from 2002-2004. But it remains one of my...

(Stephanie Brown) (Part 2)
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Description Stephanie is exceptionally fit, and her lean build leaves room for very little body fat. But her occasional grumbles about not having enough of a chest can only make sense in a world of super-heroines with amazing busts. The Batgirl suit includes a lavender body stocking worn...

(Atlas Comics)
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Context Atlas Comics was the successor company of Timely Comics, and the predecessor of Marvel Comics. It was active during the 1950s, back when super-hero comics were in a slump. It was the interregnum era, between the Golden Age  and the Silver Age . Astonishing was one of...

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Context This bloke is a giant henchman type. Writeups.org loves giant henchman types ! In fact I considered making “giant henchman type” my own career, but I’m only 5’11”. Yet another dream dashed upon the harsh, dusty rocks of indifferent fate. ...

(Vinton Burwell)
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His abilities would be difficult to use in a RPG, though. In a comic book or movie you can get around the abstract nature of these using inner dialogue/thought balloons. Plus surreal visuals (à la Inception) to represent warpings of personal reality. And Batgirl benefited from...

(Global Frequency)
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Context Ms. April appeared in the eighth issue of Global Frequency, published in 2003. This entry has S P O I L E R S for it. Global Frequency (written by Warren Ellis) only ran 12 issues from 2002-2004. But it remains one of my all-time favourites. For context, this writeup should be...