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Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Powers and Abilities Mr. Coffee Nerves is a ghost with the fearsome power of causing anyone who’s ingested coffee (or assumedly, *anything* with caffeine in it) to become extremely cranky. He also has a jetpack, for...

(Miami urban legend)
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Background Real Name: Unrevealed. Marital Status: Single. Known Relatives: A son. Group Affiliation: The Horde, Many different street gangs. Base Of Operations: Conquered heaven-like extradimensional realm. Height: 5’3 Weight: 114 pounds. Eyes: Red Hair: Black Advertisement ...

(Literary version)
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Context Vampire Hunter D is a loooong series of novels – 25+ books since 1983. These are written by Hideyuki Kikuchi and illustrated by Yoshitaka Amano. The stories take place in a kitchen-sink post-apocalyptic far future, where people are gradually getting rid of their decadent...

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Thus, wondering what stats this being would have in the DC Heroes RPG was a cosmic inevitability whose many impossible angles will shatter the mind of those who gaze at it for too long. As usual. Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Background Real...

(Vampire$)
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Overview Vampire$ is a 1990 horror novel. It also received a movie adaptation, but here we’re focusing on the novel. This article extensively details how the titular vampires function in this universe. Overview Though the Vatican has had teams of vampire hunters for four hundred years...

(1933 Reign of the Superman short story)
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Context In 1933, a nobody named Jerry Siegel wrote a short sci-fi story called The Reign of the Super-Man, with illustrations by some guy named Joe Shuster. It was published in a mimeographed fanzine they made themselves. They apparently liked the Nietzsche-inspired “Superman”...