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(Darrell Washington)
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Background Real Name: Darrell Washington. Marital Status: Married. Known Relatives: GlowBug (wife), unnamed son. Group Affiliation: The Vicious Circle. Base Of Operations: Chicago. Height: 6’ Weight: Unrevealed. Eyes: Brown Hair: Black Powers and Abilities Cutthroat has...

(Tommy Arashikage)
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Context G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero was a comic book and cartoon series based off of Hasbro’s 1980’s military action figure toyline. While both series covered the same characters and concepts, they had vastly different continuities. The cartoon’s stories were far...

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Kwinn was a part of the fantastic early portion of the Joe books. He was a honourable mercenary who hampered the efforts of the Joes as much as he helped them. Background Real Name: Unrevealed. Note: We’d assume “Kwinn” is an alias, based on Bob Dylan song The Mighty...

(Atlas/Seaboard caveman)
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Background Real Name: N.A.. Marital Status: N.A.. Known Relatives: A female companion and their child (both deceased). Group Affiliation: None. Base Of Operations: Mobile near Hargrave, Minnesota. Height: 6’10” Weight: 270 lbs. Eyes: Red Hair: Black Powers & Abilities...

(1980s Marvel Comics version)
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In this version, the Transformers found themselves trapped on the Earth in the Marvel Universe. The series had brief cameos from Spider-Man, G.I. Joe and even visited the Savage Land. Megatron is one of the iconic villains of the 80’s. He had a world-class visual design (which was...

(1980s Transformers comics)
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Gears had a handful of appearances in the Marvel Comics series. His only major appearance had him teaming up with Spider-man to face Megatron, leader of the Decepticons. Background Real Name: Gears. Marital Status: N/A. Known Relatives: N/A. Group Affiliation: The Autobots. Base of...

(Transformers) (1980s Marvel Comics version)
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In its decades long existence, the franchise has had many adaptions in comic books, television shows, video games and movies. Our write-ups specifically cover the first twelve issues of the “Generation 1” comics series, which was produced by Marvel Comics between the years 1984 and...

(Transformers) (Marvel Comics G1 version)
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Our write-ups specifically cover the first 50 issues of the “Generation 1” comics series, which was produced by Marvel Comics between 1984 and 1993. In this version, the Transformers found themselves marooned on Earth in the Marvel Universe. The series had brief cameos from...

(Part #4)
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Valérian, space-time agent – start there. Laureline, space-time agent. Valérian and Laureline, space-time agents. Addendum – helpful alien animals. This fourth entry presents alien animals whose helpful abilities are used by Laureline and Valérian as an alternative to conventional...

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Species data Schniarfers — so named because they can schniarf — come from the dismal, extremely dangerous planet Bromn. They are homonculi with Human-like hands and a rattlesnake-like tail. As an evolutionary adaptation, their shabunal gland release a compound in their...