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History He appeared in “A Passion for Gold”, which was in Avengers #192, among other places. On a city street, Mr. Fantastic confronts Goldigger, who shoots him with his pistol. Reed’s stretching powers allow him to absorb the momentum of the bullets, and send them...

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Description White hair, moustache, beard. Purple robe with stars and moons. He also wears a gold medallion which may or may not be his Philosopher’s Stone. Personality His only reason for committing a crime was his belief that “That ought to make the race more...

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Description He compensates for his baldness by wearing a hot pink hat. He also wears a pink shirt, pink pants, pink boots, a white jacket, and dark sunglasses. Personality He’s one of them criminal masterminds, fer shure. Game Stats — DC Heroes RPG Print Friendly Tell me more about...

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Description A suave, debonair sort, he wears a chocolate-brown suit with a matching opera cape. He has a moustache and goatee. His hair is, of course, brown. His henchmen are dressed in brown shirts and pants, with brown motorcycle helmets. ... Personality He wants chocolate. All...

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Powers and Abilities All the members of the Ding-a-Ling Family appear to be able to survive unprotected in space. In addition, Cousins Bee and Bye have a special “cousin-power” which makes them both unusually resistant to harm, unless they lose their concentration. History They...

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History He appeared in “The Flash meets the Bureauc-Rat”, which was printed in Superfriends #41 as well as many other comics. The Bureauc-Rat was once a city traffic official, but budget cuts left him without a job. Thus, he decided to “slow things down so much that...

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Powers and Abilities All the members of the Ding-a-Ling Family appear to be able to survive unprotected in space. History They appeared in “The Ding-a-Ling Family”, which was in Avengers #167 among other places. “By some mysterious quirk of space and time warp, the...

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History He appeared in “Wonder Woman in ’The Borrower‘”, an ad which appeared in World’s Finest #262, among other places. He “borrows” Diana Prince’s purse, then borrows $250 million from a bank. He proceeds to borrow a 20-diamond...

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They toss some Twinkies at Big Dome, who can’t help but eat them ; Superman is thereby released, and he quickly ties up Big Dome. “Twinkies Cakes have a power all their own,” comments Big Dome on his way to jail. Description He is bald on top, with black hair on the...

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Powers and Abilities All the members of the Ding-a-Ling Family appear to be able to survive unprotected in space. In addition, Cousins Bee and Bye have a special “cousin-power” which makes them both unusually resistant to harm, unless they lose their concentration. History They...