Big tough killer crime lord type. Fought Robin, Nightwing, Catwoman.
As of August, 2017 this profile was overhauled and received muscular M&M stats with pointy teeth.
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Shockwave the evil Transformer bad guy, and then-new leader of the Decepticons.
As for the rest of Bryan’s current writeups arc, this is for the version that appeared in Marvel Comics of the 1980s.
ALL THE THINGS about this unfairly obscure inheritor to the Captain American mantle, seen in Christopher Priest’s The Crew.
As of August of 2017, this profile was overhauled and received hardcore M&M stats.
One of the earliest enemies of Luke Cage was a ghost, though it may not have been his enemy and it may not have been a ghost and it may not have been an “a”.
Profile overhauled and enriched with glow-in-the-dark M&M stats as of August, 2017.
A key super-hero in the Ultraverse setting. This is the first chapter of our chronological coverage so yeah, start here.
As of August, 2017 this profile now has rock-hard M&M stats. The texts were also rewritten at… some point in late 2016 or early 2017, I forget.
A big, heavily illustrated article about handguns in fiction. So that’s useful to have. This is part #1, which presents the common types of handguns in stories.
As of August of 2017, this article was dusted up to have better photos, more examples, clearer texts, etc.
The most powerful human telekinetic in Mass Effect. The main problem with “Jack”, a.k.a. Subject Zero is that she’s a crazy, bloodthirsty, uncontrollable street punk… or maybe things are more complicated than they seem.
As of July 2017, our Jack profile was cleft in two since it was slightly too long.
This is the fourth part of our main Valérian and Laureline characters profile, with links to previous parts.
Here we cover alien critters whose distinctive abilities have made them living equipment for the Space-Time Agents.
The young microwaves-flinger associated with the Hellions, then the X-Men, then the New Warriors, then the Avengers as she hesitantly grew up.
This covers Angelica’s bio through the 1980s and 1990s.
DO NOT INSERT METAL INTO THIS WRITEUP.
This profile has been overhauled in July, 2017 to become the start of a chronological series about this C-list Batman villain.
Part one covers the version (well, two versions really but let’s not overdo it for once) of Cluemaster seen before the Crisis on Infinite Earths.
One of the earliest foes of Iron Fist. He’s rather dangerous, actually.
As of July, 2017 this character profile was overhauled and received a series of rigid M&M stats linked by short lengths of steel chain.
A sample character from the Torchlight II video game, using a magical glaive throwing weapon and other strange techniques.
As of July, 2017 this profile has been overhauled and received tail-wagging M&M stats that love to play fetch. Though it’s another example of an entry where large chunks of the overhaul took place months ago but heh, now it’s finalised.
An adventuress and/or criminal from Zambia, relying on speed, agility and martial skills. From the Mark Gruenwald era.
As of July 2017, profile overhauled and armed with slim, toned M&M stats.
An old Iron Man enemy who appeared about once, but has a sliver of cool to him. Super-strength, radioactivity.
This entry was overhauled as of July, 2017, and received M&M stats with the fake voodoo drumbeat option. Well actually it has been stealth-overhauled a while back and then I forgot about it. But yeah, now it’s a wrap.
Elite ex-DEA agent gone movie-style vigilante. Was one of the teachers of Robin (Tim Drake) early on, during the 1990s.
As of July of 2017, this profile was overhauled and received pump-action M&M stats.