This batch follows a drought since I took a break from publishing in order to unwind and play some games. Hopefully the next batch will not follow a similar delay. Roll call:
- Very minor additions to the Gargoyle III entry to better align with the Boodstone rewrite (and add the previously forgotten HQ Advantage).
- The rich Arnim Zola entry has been pruned of typos and unnecessary adjectives, unclear sentences, etc. now that I can re-read it with a clear head.
- Hancock now has additional illustrations, selected by the profiler.
- Ditto for Heroes‘s Claire Bennet. Also, several banner illustrations for the Amazonistas have been detoured to be more illustrative (and camp).
- The esteemed Jean-Marc Lofficier told us we had missed an appearance of DCU villain Catalyst, which highlights unprecedented abilities. This’ll get fixed as soon as I can muster the necessary courage.
- Various small fixes of minor glitches and typos in entries I, Ethan and others came across.
- Both the Gargoyle III and the Abomination got a new piece of B&W art from old Hulk magazines. The Killer Rabbit got an extra banner shot, because we hare a lot.
- Attack of the 50 ft. woman is a classic of C-list fantastic cinema, and the titular character now has an entry thanks to Ethan.
- Peter continues to cover Stargate : Atlantis material, this time with the hybrid, Michael Kenmore.
- A very minor excerpt from our work on early Luke Cage foes – the rogue Latverian robots. And they could actually be useful in Marvel campaigns, too.
- From the Galaxy Rangers main cast, by Mike and Pur_see_i8 — Doc Hartford. Some people call him a space cowboy, some call him the gangster of love.
- Tom’s classic beat ‘em up video game entry for this batch is his take on Street Fighter’s Cammy.
- Straddling the space between our Luke Cage work and our Ms. Marvel work, a strange villain from the 1970s, the Faceless One.
- Another entry by Adam from the tales of Zsa Zsa Saturnah with her foe Queen Femina, leader of the Amazonistas.
- Another chapter in our Brood writeups arc – the Brood Mutants who fought the X-Men in Denver in the 90s.
- Perhaps the main character for this batch – Selene, the Black Queen of the Hellfire Club, another longtime X-Men foe. Chris’s entry covers the classic Selene.
This brings us to 4257 entries. Hurray !