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The protagonist, Clevenger, is a hulking force of nature as well as a gifted abnormal psych profiler. He is in prison for multiple murders and being a corrupt cop, but allowed to work under the authority of Special Agent Bell of the FBI – a sharp lady who can keep Clevenger on a leash. ...

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Background Real Name: Saffron Bell Marital Status: Single Known Relatives: Kelly (sister), mother (name unrevealed), father (name and status unrevealed) Group Affiliation: FBI ; partner of Travis Clevenger Base Of Operations: Sheffield Place Apartments, Buckhead, Georgia Height:...

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Barb Wire is sometimes assumed to be just one of the “bad girls” characters that were popular during that time, and often judged by her looks (especially with the P. Anderson association). Actually reading the books reveals a more interesting character, though. This profile covers...

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Origin The origin and status of the Pit Bulls is mostly unrevealed. They appear to be four youths (aged maybe 16) who have been conditioned to fight since birth. Furthermore, they have been imprinted with dog-like behaviour, instincts and reflexes. The origin of this monstrous...

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Powers & Abilities Gamble is a cinematically-skilled hitman with superb combat skills, superior athleticism and extraordinary intelligence. He enjoys taking chances, and this fascination with risk makes him essentially fearless. Furthermore, he is incredibly lucky. Gamble is also an...

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When the vigilante X became a major problem for many factions within Arcadia, Anderson sent Gault’s team after him. They located him when X assassinated a Congress candidate, but did couldn’t intercept him and had to chase him in the sewers. X led them to the current lair of...

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Context X was one of the more notable characters of Dark Horse’s super-heroes line. This imprint originally launched in 1993 as Comics’ Greatest World, but was later rebranded to a more modest and descriptive Dark Horse Heroes badge. Though the full line no longer exists,...

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Context During the 1990s, publisher Dark Horse Comics launched a super-hero universe called Dark Horse Heroes. The city of Steel Harbor is one of the 4 fictional areas where most of the action took place. It was the home of characters such as Barb Wire, the Machine or Motorhead. Quick...

Douglas Winslow
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Powers & Abilities One-Shot is a skilled marksman with handguns, who once shot a Predator’s throwing blade out of the air. He seems to be as accurate when Headhunter isn’t there, which presumably means that he’s the one member of the Headhunter entourage who isn’t...

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Powers and Abilities Killerwatt can emit large quantities of lethal electricity from his hands, allowing him to electrocute his foes with a touch. He built upon this by having special weapons made (or perhaps he built those himself ?). Much like a TASER weapon, these shoot...