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(Pre-Crisis Earth-3 version) (Crime Syndicate of America)
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Context Before reading this profile, be sure to peruse : First, the Ages of DC Comics article. Unless you’re well familiar with all the Crisis and alternate Earths stuff. Second, our “base camp” profile for the pre-Crisis Earth-3 Crime Syndicate of America. It...

(Earth-3) (Pre-Crisis on Infinite Earths)
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Context The Crime Syndicate is an evil version of DC Comics’ Justice League of America, coming from a parallel Earth. They first appeared in 1964. There have been multiple versions of the Crime Syndicate over the various eras of DC Comics. This profile is about the 1964, pre-Crisis...

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Powers and Abilities A Great White Ape is a gorilla-like primate with white fur, and standing about 15 or 18 metres tall. It presumably weighs in the 220-to-280 tonnes range. Such an ape is a skilled hand-to-hand fighter. Its immense reach, strength and mass allow him to take on giant...

(Post-Crisis version) (Profile #1 - pre-Skartaris) (part #1)
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We strongly suggest that you first read our Suicide Squad (Mission X version) profile for context. And keep in mind that all these entries are loaded with S P O I L E R S. Since this profile covers a lot of ground, it is presented in two parts. The second part is there. Advertisement ...

(Post-Crisis version) (Profile #1 - pre-Skartaris) (part #2)
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History, part 3 Dogs of war, part 1 The nation of Qurac had painstakingly built team of super-terrorists for hire, the Jihad. Qurac’s President Marlo saw this as an income source. Parties with a axe to grind against the USA were the most likely customers. The field leader of the...

(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...

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We don’t have so many Black Canary entries that a disambiguation page is necessary. But : I’d like to add more. Readers who do not realise that the character dates back to the the 1940s might be confused. Therefore, here are the Black Canary profiles on writeups.org and...

(Wu/Fletcher take)
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Background Real Name: Dinah Drake-Lance. Other Aliases: “D.D.”, “Dangerous Diva”, “Siu Jerk Jai” (“little bird”). Marital Status: Widowed. Known Relatives: Kurt Lance (husband), Dinah Drake Sr. (mother, deceased). Group Affiliation: Former Team...

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Batman #180 is the first comic book Mark Waid read, and it made him a lifelong fan of the genre. Since over the decades Waid has produced a lot of fan-favourite material in all sorts of super-hero comics, I thought I’d salute his work with a Death-Man entry. Was Death-Man that cool and...

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Context Lysandra appeared in two consecutive back-of-the-book features in 1983 issues of Green Lantern. These were part of the “Tales of the Green Lanterns” short stories. It was a typical 1970s sci-fi short story. Think old Star Trek episodes. Background Real Name:...