Even though he speaks in stereotypical Cold-War Communist fashion, Red Scare is actually neither Russian nor a Communist. His favorite villain identity was the time in Ontario when he was “The Whirlish Scottish Dervish.”
His first appearance as the Red Scare was in The City, where he was hired to fight the Running Guy, but wound up fighting the Tick instead.
The Red Scare is immense. Gary, a normal human, needs a stepladder to work on his helmet. His costume is red, naturally, with a yellow hammer-and-sickle design (like the flag of the former Soviet Union) on his chest.
In addition to the weapons noted above, his costume also includes a flowing red cape and spiky wrist and ankle bands.
DC Universe History
Mort, Gary and Red could easily be plying their trade in those areas of the DC Universe which are not crawling with supervillains.
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Game Stats — DC Heroes RPG Print Friendly
|Dex: 07||Str: 12||Bod: 12||Motivation: Mercenary|
|Int: 02||Wil: 06||Min: 06||Occupation: Supervillain|
|Inf: 04||Aur: 05||Spi: 05||Resources: 04|
|Init: 013||HP: 010|
Bonuses and Limitations:
Growth is Always On and Already Factored into STR
Artist (Actor)*: 04, Weaponry (Exotic Weapons, Melee Weapons)*: 07
Buddy (Morton Spivey), Iron Nerves
Villains, Inc. (High)
Secret Identity (Unknown)
- Hammer [BODY 06, EV 06], Sickle [BODY 06, EV 06]
The Red Scare has a large hammer and sickle chained to either wrist (they aren’t CAPITALIZED because the Tick took them away quite easily).
- Shoulder Pads [BODY 04, EV 08]
The Red Scare wears spiked shoulder pads (actually made from Volkswagen fenders). (These, too, are not CAPITALIZED because the Tick yanked one off and beaned Red with it.)
Source of Character: The Tick #6 (New England Comics)
Custom action figure shot from : http://rocinante.colorado.edu/~mnowak/TICK/tick.html (defunct)