Here we go again, with plenty of cool stuff :
- MASS EFFECT. Three entries this time since I’m drowning in the material:
- Kaidan Alenko during the first two games
- Mandala Shepard during the prologue of Mass Effect 2
- Dr. Liara T’Soni during the first game
- Also added a note to the ME1 singularity that I kept forgetting, and continuing to take notes on ME2.
- Gareth has a big, detailed entry about Vixen. Because Vixen is cool, damnit ! Go, foxy lady !
- James Woo’s pre-Agents of Atlas entry was extensively rewritten for style, clarity and concision – then split in two so it’s an even quicker read and more illustrations could be fitted in. Part 1 is the Yellow Claw era, part 2 is scattered appearances from 1967 to 2005. Part 3 (Agents of Atlas) saw some cosmetic modernisation, but has not been updated yet.
- DISCWORLD. Yes, we’re that cool – or at least Gareth is : we do have a Granny Weatherwax entry now.
- It’s been a while since we’ve had a New Universe entry so Pufnstuff pitches in with an article about Mastodon.
- CADRE. More rewrites for style, and pictorial improvements, for these handy villains. Since the last batch:
- RUNAWAYS. Gareth’s Runaways entry for this batch is Klara Prast, a young chlorokinetic from 1907.
- THE RED STAR. The entry for Alexandra Goncharova has been thoroughly rewritten for style, clarity and accessibility.
- In our “hey, why not” department, Pur_See_i8 has an entry for Riot, from the intensely 80s Jem and the Holograms cartoon.
- Ethan wrote up the cartoon version of Spider-Man – specifically the 1981 Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends version (the one with Firestar and Iceman).
- NEW POWERS. The Shockwave Power for DC Heroes has been finalised and added to the document, since there are several characters using it on the site.
- ART. What remained from this OHOTMU series :
- SOUL CALIBUR. ¡Arrr! Tom throws in ye Cervantes de Leòn ! ¡Avast!
- It’s been a while since I used a Mitch Foust illustration for a super-heroine, so let’s add one to the Lady Blackhawk entry since Zinda is fitting for (not too cheesecakey !) pin-up illustration. Again, Mr. Foust’s gallery is here.
That’s a total of 4,862 entries, given the emphasis on improving existing entries (which, the reasoning goes, most people will probably be reading for the first time given the amount of material).