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(Pre-Crisis Earth-2 version)
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The first Crime Doctor is an obscure Batman villain. He first appeared in 1943, on what would be retroactively considered the pre-Crisis Earth-2. This character is something of a near-miss when it comes to classic Bob Kane-era villains. He doesn’t quite work, but there’s...

(Pre-Crisis Earth-1 version) (Bradford Thorne)
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Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Background Real Name: Dr. Bradford Thorne. Marital Status: Single. Known Relatives: None. Group Affiliation: None. Base Of Operations: His brownstone house in Gotham City. Height: 5’10” Weight: 168 lbs.

(Pre-Crisis version)
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Context Doctor Cyber is a Bronze Age  DC comics villainess who clashed with Wonder Woman. She appeared in spurts from 1968 to 1984 (“Bronze Age” gets complicated in Wonder Woman’s case). There were further appearances, but this profile only covers the pre-Crisis...

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Context Dr. Blaine was a very, very minor Batman ally. On the other hand, he appeared in a classic, early Ra’s al Ghul storyline in 1972. Ra’s al Ghul is a major Batman villain. He’s an immortal mastermind trying to save the world via terrorism, and a match for Batman...

(Dr. Charles McNider)
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Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Powers and Abilities Doctor Mid-Nite’s power was the ability to see in total darkness. In addition, Mid-Nite used a combination of athletic training and equipment designed to compensate for his principal liability, a lack...

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Having launched not long after Star Wars became a phenomenon, Star Hunters drew from a similar space opera genre with strong pulps  revival elements. This charming, old-fashioned and enjoyable sci-fi-hero adventure also shares DNA with the likes of Flash Gordon, Star Trek and Adam...

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Context These peculiar fellows were in a 1970s kungfusploitation DC Comics, Richard Dragon Kung Fu Fighter. It made more sense back then but… not that much really. They have a profile mostly because of the “wait, what ?” factor. I can’t think of a RPG campaign...

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Background Marital Status: Unrevealed. Known Relatives: None. Group Affiliation: Villainy, Inc. Base Of Operations: Mobile, formerly Saturn. Height: 6’1” Weight: 156 lbs. Eyes: Blue Hair: Blonde Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Why I...

(a.k.a. GI Robot)
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In the writeups.org G.I. Robot profiles we’ll attribute a Mark to the successive robots (Mk1, Mk2, etc.). These numbers were not actually used in-universe – they are writeups.org labelling so readers can easily tell in which order the robots were deployed. Advertisement ...

(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...