A curious alternate version of Supergirl (without powers) seen in 1995 in a joint DC/Dark Horse comic, Superman vs. Aliens. She was cool.
Profile entirely redone in December of 2016.
Writeups.org is an encyclopaedia of characters in genre fiction — comic books, video games, action movies, etc. It offers illustrated, researched profiles. These also include technical data for role-players. If you need a robust understanding of a character’s abilities, personality, history, etc. this is *the* place to be.
One of the iconic super-ninjae in the GI Joe universe, this one working for the good guys. Or at least the alleged good guys. Does the government truly serves your interests ? This message brought to you by Cobra.
Profile fully rewritten in December of 2016.
A melancholy giantess who’s a great warrior, a great sculptor and a great strategist. This presents Eir during the Edge of Destiny novel and the early bits of the Guild Wars 2 video game. Giant wolf included, and also now comes with M&M stats.
Explanations about the ways to contribute to writeups.org, from the most casual to the most hardcore. We’re a tiny team of volunteers, so help would be cool. This is the first draft, I’m sure I’ll think about other things later on. 🙂
A fairly important Marvel super-hero with cosmic activities. Quasar has Green Lantern-like powers, a slight Silver Age Superman vibe, and an interesting career. This profile covers all the early stuff and the run of his solo series.
A team of five identical, supernatural killers with enhanced strength, poisonous elbow spikes, etc. These guys appeared in the classic Mage: The Hero Discovered comics series, back in the halcyon days of a while ago.
Fairly generic zombies from a fairly generic zombie survival game, so that’s useful if you need zombie stats. This is a video game, so there are various variant zombies with “powers”. And zombie emus (I think). And that dang zombie deer everybody hates. So many zombies.
Marvel Comics’ Modred the Mystic, a time-tossed Arthurian magician. This is the first chapter of his profile and covers his early appearances, back when he was meant to be an occult super-hero.
An example, fleshed-out zombie apocalypse survivor from minor video game How to Survive. She believes in do-it-yourself industrial chainsaws and dual-jerrycan flamethrowers and, well, it’s hard to argue that point.
From time to time we do a short video game strategy article, because we so like to help our fellow non-cannibalistic living human person. How to survive is a PC-and-most-consoles 2013 zombie survival video game. All this and braaaaiiinnnssss too.
An old-school Marvel Comics character, ruler of the underground realm of Netherworld ! Comes with explanations about Netherworld’s history, equipment to use during the Winter Olympics of Peril, stuff like that.
An obscure 1970s comics character, published as the first NYPD female patrol officers hit the streets. Mostly of historical interest (the profile includes a historical primer) and maybe for retro campaigns, though she returned decades later as a police chief in Ivy Town. Now with improved texts, improved art, M&M game stats.
One of those video game strategy guides we very occasionally do because heh, I have to take breaks sometimes. Dungeon of the Endless is a neat, well-reviewed roguelike/tower defence hybrid from a major studio.
Fourth part of our big Moonstone profile, our karlastravaganza. This profile covers her time with the Thunderbolts when she was powered by two Moongems rather than just one. This changed her power level, obvs.