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(Liberty Legion member)
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Background Real Name: None Other Aliases: King of the cold, Lord of the storm, “the god in the ice” Marital Status: Unrevealed Known Relatives: None Group Affiliation: Former member of the Liberty Legion Base Of Operations: Originally the Arctic, then New York City, then back to the Arctic...

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This entry is best read after the Captain Nazi (1940s) character profile, since Nippon is but a variant over him. But with more racism. So much racism. Background Real Name: N.A.. Marital Status: Unrevealed. Known Relatives: None. Group Affiliation: Imperial Japan ;...

(1940s version)
 0   - has a full coverage of those versions from the 1940s to 2010s, namely: Captain Nazi (1940s version) Captain Nazi (1970s version) Captain Nazi (1980s version) Captain Nazi (1995-2010 version) The profiles are intended to be read in order, to follow the evolutions of the...

(Ross Palmer)
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Powers and Abilities Mr. Palmer was a multi-millionaire sportsman, apparently interested in — and competent with — a number of athletic disciplines. He was also very skilled with the Dane axe and the Viking broad axe, for some strange reason. Such axes are every bit as deadly...

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Powers and Abilities Tut-Ak-Mun was a pretty ordinary guy – though he seemed to be a good shape and was a decent equestrian and possibly spearman. His thing was a magic ring – which, when told a key phrase, reanimated several squads of undead soldiers serving him unquestioningly.

(Golden Age versions)
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Background Real Name: Namora Other Aliases: Aquaria Nautica Neptunia (birth name), Jack McGoon, The Sea Beauty, The Sea-Woman Marital Status: Single Known Relatives: Father (name unrevealed, deceased) Group Affiliation: Adventuring partner of Namor Base Of Operations: Formerly a...

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Powers and Abilities The Troubadour is quite athletic, and robust enough to take a punch from 1940s Namor. He could set his lute (which may have been a mandolin. Or maybe a guitar) to explode, and throw it at opponents to cover his retreat. Less theatrically, he also packed a pistol, had...

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Lost continent of Mu, the motherland of man Mu is one of the best-known representatives of the rich body of fictional lost continents, the most famous being Plato’s Atlantis. Though that was not the origin of the tale, much of what is known about Mu comes from Churchward’s work in...

(Spider Widow enemy)
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Context This obscure character has all of one appearance, in Feature Comics #66 (1943). He’s mstly of interest for being a very early character named “Spider Man” (no hyphen), and to a lesser extend for the… unique… visuals. Background Real Name: Unrevealed ...

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Here we’ll describe her early state, as a costumed heroine with signature gimmicks. In later stories the distinctive gimmicks disappear, and the material unconvincingly meanders into other genres. Romantic comedy, short weird tale with a twist, and “oh oh aren’t women...