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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 The Brood are one of the main evil alien species in the Marvel Universe. They have primarily clashed with the X-Men. They are loosely reminiscent of xenomorphs  such as Aliens, Genestealers or Zergs. So here’s a big big article about the “sleazoids”. ...

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History The Cat People are house cats that a sorcerer, Ebrok, turned into sapient  humanoids some years or decades after the Year 1,000. The experience may have taken place in the Crimean area, though there is very little data to support that guess. Ebrok was once described as...

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Context Calvin & Hobbes was a 1985-95 comic strip by Bill Watterson. Its protagonist Calvin is a little American boy with a particularly active imagination and a tiger plushie/imaginary friend called Hobbes. One of the “adventures” therein was imagining that snowmen were...

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Powers and Abilities The Dykkors are powerful and disciplined superhuman fighters. They also have a significant knowledge of the occult. They are smart and crafty, and have high morale in battle. When fighting super-strong opponents, they will consider (in DC Heroes terms) Team Attacking...

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Context Atlas Comics was the successor company 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 Somebody is bound to need such strange creatures for a game. And thus here they are – Fantomah wills it ! Flaming Claws are enemies of Fantomah. Fantomah probably was the first super-powered comic book heroine, and was one of the features of Jungle Comics during the...

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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...

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Powers and Abilities The gargoyles are seemingly quadrupedal beings, made of stone. They seem to be able to speak and to fly at relatively high speed, zooming in and out with excellent manoeuvrability. They can easily fly indoors at full speed. It is unclear whether they can move their...