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(Profile #1 - 1940s, part 1)
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Context Catwoman appeared in Batman Vol. 1 #1, in 1940. This writeup covers all of her 1940s appearances. However, profiling the Golden Age  Catwoman in the writeups.org style presents difficulties. Careless whiskers At this point, comic books are cheap throwaway stuff for...

(Profile #1 - 1940s, part 2)
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Context This is the second half of our 1940s Catwoman character profile. Since discussing the entire decade in one go ended up being slightly above our article length cut-off point. Obvs, it is meant to be read after the first half. History Since the story have loose-ish continuity,...

(Part #1 - Son of the Rebel Queen)
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This profiles series has S P O I L E R S for these novels, for DA:O, *and* for the Silent Grove/Those Who Speak/Until We Sleep comic books arc. Sequencing This profile is split into parts : Maric Theirin – part 1 – son of the Rebel Queen. Maric Theirin – part 2 – the...

(Dean Helm)
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But he’s a street-level assassin with a working gimmick, and you need a lot of those in many super-hero tabletop role-playing game campaigns. Background Real Name: Dean Helm. Marital Status: Unrevealed. Known Relatives: None. Group Affiliation: Former employee of Crossfire. Base Of...

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If nothing else he gets cool points for being a retired pro wrestler that successfully ran for mayor then personally took to the streets and rescue his daughter personally from the gang that had kidnapped her to blackmail him. Background Real Name: Michael “Mike” Haggar. Other Aliases: Mike...

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Context Atlas Comics was the successor brand of Timely Comics, and the predecessor of Marvel Comics. It was active during the 1950s, back when super-hero comics were in a slump. It was the interregnum era, between the Golden Age  and the Silver Age . Astonishing was one of...

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Context Lester Carlisle was Bill Maxwell’s boss on The Greatest American Hero, a 1981-83 TV series. For more context, you can read our Greatest American Hero (Ralph Hinkley) character profile first. Background Marital Status: Unrevealed. Known Relatives: None. Group Affiliations:...

(Earliest (1989-1993), part #2)
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History (continued) Madripoor by night The resourceful Jubilee pitched in whenever Wolverine was out of it. She procured food, cash and medicine. Somehow, they got a junk and sailed it all the way to Madripoor. With the X-Men gone, Wolverine needed help from his contacts there. The...

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Background Real Name: Stanley Finchcomb. Marital Status: Unrevealed. Known Relatives: “Dad” (first name unrevealed, deceased) and piratical ancestors including Black Ned, One-Eyed Tom, Jolly Jack and Cut Throat Dick. Group Affiliation: Leader of his own piratical party, arrr. ...

(Earliest (1989-1993), part #1)
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Context Jubilee is mostly known as a minor member of the X-Men during the 1990s. She appeared in 1989. Back then : Uncanny X-Men was selling like gangbusters. Chris Claremont  had been writing the book for 137 years (give or take). Marc Silvestri  was in the middle...