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(Leland Owlsley) (Profile #1 - 1964-1975)
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He’s useful as an early villain in street-level game, or as part of a New York City villains alliance against more seasoned heroes. He’s closer to an old James Bond villain with a small power, than to a hands-on super-villain. Sequencing The Owl’s profile is presented as a...

(Pre-Crisis Earth-3)
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Context Before reading this profile, be sure to peruse : First, the Ages of DC Comics article. Unless you’re well familiar with all the Crisis and alternate Earths stuff. Second, our “base camp” profile for the pre-Crisis Earth-3 Crime Syndicate of America. It...

(Dr. Raza Kattuah)
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Background Real Name: Dr. Raza Kattuah. Marital Status: Widower. Known Relatives: Njara Kattuah (Rustam II, son, deceased), Rustam III (father). Group Affiliation: Jihad. Base Of Operations: Jottunheim, Qurac. Height: 6’2” Weight: 210 lbs. Eyes: Brown Hair: Black ...

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Context This document lists all the DC Heroes character stats in books published by Mayfair Games. It’s meant to be used by running searches — CTRL+F and so on, assuming a Windows OS. It was assembled yonks ago as “whowhere.txt” by the DCH community. For years it was...

(Pre-Crisis Earth-3 version) (Crime Syndicate of America)
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Context Before reading this profile, be sure to peruse : First, the Ages of DC Comics article. Unless you’re well familiar with all the Crisis and alternate Earths stuff. Second, our “base camp” profile for the pre-Crisis Earth-3 Crime Syndicate of America. It...

(Catwoman/Batman enemy)
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Context This Mister X (there are many Mister Xs in the comics) appears in one 1950 issue. His appearance is only notable since this story is a foundational tale of Catwoman (Selina Kyle). This small profile is thus meant as a sample mob-boss-with-a-gimmick from this era. Mostly for those...

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Batman #180 is the first comic book Mark Waid read, and it made him a lifelong fan of the genre. Since over the decades Waid has produced a lot of fan-favourite material in all sorts of super-hero comics, I thought I’d salute his work with a Death-Man entry. Was Death-Man that cool and...

(Giant crab)
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“Titano is invading the city itself ! Now no place on Earth is safe !” Context Created in 1959, Tales to Astonish (and its sister mag Tales of Suspense) was Marvel Comics’ crucible. It started under the Atlas imprint, but as things ramped up and the...

(Part #3)
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Context This is the second part of our Doomsday Man character profile… except in those respects where it’s the third. It’s meant to be read after : The first part of the Doomsday Man character profile. The Destructor (Kerwin Korman) character profile. This here...

(Wendy Sherman)
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Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Powers and Abilities Stinger can generate bolts of lightning from her hands, “stinging” opponents by electrocuting them. She’s the only Alliance of Evil member to have a ranged attack, unless you count the occasional...