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Overview The Red Scare works for Villains, Inc., as a super-villain for hire. Villains, Inc., specializes in helping new superheroes get their start by providing them with a superhero “scenario” for a hefty fee. It costs $5,000 to fight and defeat the Red Scare, for example.

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Context Paul the Samurai appeared in The Tick comics from 1989 on. He even had his own comic book during the early 1990s. As can be surmised, he’s a parody of the interest of some 1980s super-hero comics writers in Japanese martial and feudal traditions. These here notes are very...

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What the Running Guy didn’t have was a villain to fight. He paid Mort Spivey of Villains, Inc., a cool five thousand bucks to stage a superfight with the Red Scare. The Running Guy, waiting for a TV news crew, was late to the fight and the Tick wound up fighting the Red Scare. The...

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Context Mister Peabody, the smarted person in the universe, appeared in 1959/1960. He had a segment on The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle, which back then was a very popular cartoon anthology show on TV. Yes, we had TVs back then. These here are short notes, mostly about his stats. He...

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Context The Herculoids are a vintage Hanna-Barbera cartoon. It’s one of those “Saturday morning cartoons” that old people used to watch on TV. There was one season in 1967, and a one-season revival in 1981. It’s vague sci-fi trappings evoke Johnny Quest or Space...

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Context Master Keaton ran as a manga  from 1988 to 1994, plus the sudden yet inevitable animĂ©  adaptation. These are robust detective/investigation stories, well-regarded and heavily documented. The original Japanese is aimed at adult readers, due to the broad kanji vocabulary used...

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Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Powers and Abilities B-ko’s main ability is her capacity to design, plan, and build powerful mecha  (and presumably other things) overnight. B-ko’s ultimate technological triumph is her Akagiyama-23...

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Background Real Name: Eiko Magami. Marital Status: None. Known Relatives: Her world’s anime versions of Superman and Wonder Woman (father and mother, respectively). Group Affiliation: Graviton High School. Base Of Operations: Graviton City. Height: 5’ 6” Weight: 110 lb. Oh...

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Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Background Real Name: Delia and Deidre Dennis. Marital Status: Presumed single. Known Relatives: Harley Quinn (grandmother), Joker (possibly their grandfather). Group Affiliation: The Jokerz. Base Of Operations:...

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Context Ghoul is one of the Jokerz, a colourful Gotham street gang. These guys appeared in Batman Beyond. This well-regarded 1999-2001 animated series took place in a possible future of the animated DC Universe. Plus, he’s a fat guy in a pink tutu. Do we really need more...