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There are multiple characters named “Batgirl”, and I guess it can be confusing to people who aren’t experts. So here’s an orientation (Wikipedia would say “disambiguation”) page for your convenience. Betty Kane The 1960s Bat-Girl. Note the...

(Global Frequency)
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Context Ms. Jill Cabot and Constable Daniel Gulpilil appear in the fourth issue of Global Frequency, “Hundred”. This entry has S P O I L E R S about it. Global Frequency (written by Warren Ellis) only ran 12 issues from 2002-2004. But it remains one of my...

(Global Frequency)
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Context Lana Kennedy was the main character in the third issue of Global Frequency, “Invasive”. It was published in 2003. This entry has S P O I L E R S about it. Global Frequency (written by Warren Ellis) only ran 12 issues from 2002-2004. But it remains one of my...

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The series (by Kate Leth (writage)  and Brittney Williams (drawage) ) was cute, funny, fresh, several shades of queer, and heartfelt. *And* it held for 17 issues. Which these days isn’t bad if you ask me, which you didn’t. Background Real Name: Ian Soo. Other...

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We don’t have so many Black Canary entries that a disambiguation page is necessary. But : I’d like to add more. Readers who do not realise that the character dates back to the the 1940s might be confused. Therefore, here are the Black Canary profiles on writeups.org and...

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Global Frequency (written by Warren Ellis) only ran 12 issues from 2002-2004. But it remains one of my all-time favourites. Essentially, it’s X-Files done as short, high-tempo action thrillers depicting last-resort, high-competence efforts to deal with strange...

(Profile #2 - 1950s)
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Context This profile is part of a chronological series about DC Comics’ Catwoman. As such it is meant to be read after the first two articles, which cover her appearances during the 1940s. This profile focuses on her 1950s material. Though it includes comparisons to her 1940s...

(Vinton Burwell)
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His abilities would be difficult to use in a RPG, though. In a comic book or movie you can get around the abstract nature of these using inner dialogue/thought balloons. Plus surreal visuals (à la Inception) to represent warpings of personal reality. And Batgirl benefited from...

(Part #1 - The Stolen Throne)
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Second things next. Loghain primarily features in two of the prequel novels — The Stolen Throne and The Calling — and in DA:O. In certain scenarios, he also appears in DA:I. This first profile only includes material from The Stolen Throne. It has S P O I L E R S for this...

(Atlas Comics)
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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...