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Context These aliens appeared in a 1981 Superman spin-off Limited Series, about the history of his native planet of Krypton. It’s all pre-Crisis, and thus out of most subsequent continuities. Powers and Abilities The Vrangs are physically slightly superior to Kryptonians, at least on...

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Context These guys appear in a Jack Kirby’s Sandman storyline for DC Comics, during the mid-1970s. Reading the character profile for the Sandman (Dr. Garett Sanford) first would be a good idea to understand the context. But it’s not indispensable. They aren’t quite...

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Context These monstrous troopers were encountered by Wonder Woman (Diana of Themyscira) once, during a 1969 storyline. That was during the span where Diana had renounced her powers, which we call the “mod karate era”. For more context, see our Wonder Woman (Diana Prince –...

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Context Parademons constitute the bulk of the troops commanded by DC Comics arch-villain Darkseid on the world of Apokolips. This article is a primer with useful stats, but the bulk of the data needed for in-depth use is in Mayfair’s Apokolips sourcebook. Overview Parademons are a cross...

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Powers and Abilities Those non-human troops are highly disciplined and persistent. However, the rank and file in flying light armour is not that much better than normal goons. On the other hand, the elite specimen piloting air-superiority interceptors have superhuman toughness. And if...

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Powers and Abilities Futurians are, according to their own rants, a subtype of humanity, a race of future masters gifted with ESP. Their reality is apparently “enriched”. They can hear music, taste food, drink drinks which do not exist for normal persons. The most likely...