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(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...

(Profile #2 - 1950s)
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Context This profile is part of a chronological series about DC Comics’ Catwoman. As such it is meant to be read after the first two articles, which cover her appearances during the 1940s. This profile focuses on her 1950s material. Though it includes comparisons to her 1940s...

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Context This character appears in one of the stories in Batman Vol. 1 #39 (1947). It references Dumas , but it’s an entirely separate story. Powers & Abilities This solid iron mask covers the entire head and neck, plus parts of the shoulders. In this story, a key use is to...

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There are multiple characters named “Batgirl”, and I guess it can be confusing to people who aren’t experts. So here’s an orientation (Wikipedia would say “disambiguation”) page for your convenience. Betty Kane The 1960s Bat-Girl. Note the...

(Stephanie Brown) (Part 2)
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Description Stephanie is exceptionally fit, and her lean build leaves room for very little body fat. But her occasional grumbles about not having enough of a chest can only make sense in a world of super-heroines with amazing busts. The Batgirl suit includes a lavender body stocking worn...

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Context This bloke is a giant henchman type. Writeups.org loves giant henchman types ! In fact I considered making “giant henchman type” my own career, but I’m only 5’11”. Yet another dream dashed upon the harsh, dusty rocks of indifferent fate. ...

(Vinton Burwell)
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His abilities would be difficult to use in a RPG, though. In a comic book or movie you can get around the abstract nature of these using inner dialogue/thought balloons. Plus surreal visuals (à la Inception) to represent warpings of personal reality. And Batgirl benefited from...

(Batgirl enemy)
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There’s precious little data about her. And she’s the sort of character that DC tends to forget about rather than return to and develop. But on the other hand, that makes her useful for Gamemasters looking for a low-to-mid-level super-bruiser for their own stories. Background ...

(Jason Rogers)
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Context The Monster faced the Justice Society of America in 1944. In many ways he was just a Jekyll/Hyde variant, but he had a memorable je ne sais quoi. Plus, it’s not like there were that many JSA villains during the war. All-Star Comics was quarterly for much of its existence,...

(a.k.a. the King of Cats)
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If you want a whole lotta context, you can first read our series of chronological Catwoman character profiles. Or ask your cat. Background Real Name: Karl Kyle. Other Aliases: The story freely alternates between “King of the Cats” and “Cat King” as his nom de...