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History A Metan assassin working for the crime chief Sude, Cloak was sent to kill Captain Majan, a corrupt security officer who’d become a liability. Infiltrating the security services headquarters, he found Majan fighting fugitive security agent Rac Shade. Taking advantage of the...

(Pre-Crisis version)
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Background Real Name: Unrevealed, possibly unknown. Marital Status: Single. Known Relatives: None. Group Affiliation: Nun at the Sanctuary. Base Of Operations: The Sanctuary ashram, near Star City ; later the Sounds Okay records shop in Star City. Height: 5’5” Weight: 110...

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Background Real Name: Bertram Larvan. Other Aliases: The Insect Bandit. Marital Status: Single. Known Relatives: None. Group Affiliation: None. Base Of Operations: Ivy Town. Height: 6’1” Weight: 187 lbs. Eyes: Blue Hair: Black Advertisement (adsbygoogle =...

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Powers and Abilities Smith is a top-notch Naval fighter pilot, a primitive Tarzan-like warrior and survivor, and has a very strong rapport with a specific species of pterosaurs on Dinosaurs Island. History Born circa 1922, Thomas Smith was the son of two pilots. His father died in a crash...

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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...

(aka "the malignant brain")
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The main character isn’t really named in the story. “Malignant brain” and “tyrannical Count” are the two most distinctive ways he’s called in the captions. So we used that as an arbitrary name – hence the quote marks. For what it’s worth,...

(aka Commander Video)
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Context General Electric was one of the main villains during the short run of Jack Kirby’s Sandman, in 1974-76. While he’s certainly dated and quite Silver Age  in tone, he’s interesting enough to be reworked and modernised. And he did return, though said return was...

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Powers and Abilities The Flying Boots appear to be special operations WWII American soldiers – probably US Army Rangers from the Sixth Battalion (see below). In any case they are extensively trained, can operate deep behind enemy line without support, and are well-armed shock troops...

(Mission X version)
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Context The Suicide Squad is a special-purpose unit that has existed in the DC Universe since the 1940s. It is based on minor, obscure stories that started in 1959 in The Brave and the Bold, with the concept having been revitalized by multiple writers. However there have been many versions of...

(Plus Dinosaur Island and War That Time Forgot notes)
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A very different version later emerged, with no personnel in common with its predecessor – the Mission X version of the Suicide Squad. The Suicide Squadron was a US military unit. Though it was very unconventional it still used military uniforms, tactics, weapons, vehicles, protocols,...