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Background Marital Status: Single. Known Relatives: Poseidon (father), the nymph Thoosa (mother). Group Affiliation: Cyclops. Base Of Operations: Originally a cave near the Etna volcano. Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Powers and Abilities...

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An ash-crawler has the strength of ten men. Its awful tentacles can snare almost anyone – especially as it usually attack by surprise, dropping from a height after silently climbing there. Ash-crawlers are also very resilient. However a determined, knowledgeable and very strong...

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Powers & Abilities — Pacifier Pacifiers are huge humanoid combat robots – apparently one of the high-end Apokolipsian fighting machines. They are strong enough to batter Superman around, extraordinarily fast, and their right arm ends with an atomic flame thrower. They are...

(aka "Oriental Giants")
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The giants are incredibly strong, able to hold most persons in one hand. And they were at last as fast as the wartime Bucky (James Barnes). A pack of them can rout an army. Captain America (Steve Rogers) could knock them off their feet if he used his full weight and strength, but he...

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Context These aliens appeared in a 1981 Superman spin-off Limited Series, about the history of his native planet of Krypton. It’s all pre-Crisis, and thus out of most subsequent continuities. Powers and Abilities The Vrangs are physically slightly superior to Kryptonians, at least on...

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History The Cat People are house cats that a sorcerer, Ebrok, turned into sapient  humanoids some years or decades after the Year 1,000. The experience may have taken place in the Crimean area, though there is very little data to support that guess. Ebrok was once described as...

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Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Overview The Viltrumites originate from a lush and beautiful world which they named Viltrum. Hundreds of thousands of years ago, before they set off to conquer the stars, a growing portion of their society reached the...

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Context These guys appear in a Jack Kirby’s Sandman storyline for DC Comics, during the mid-1970s. Reading the character profile for the Sandman (Dr. Garett Sanford) first would be a good idea to understand the context. But it’s not indispensable. They aren’t quite...

(The green, talking ones)
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Context Several versions of the harpies of Ancient Greek myth were seen in the Marvel Universe. These one are seen in a 1975 issue of The Champions. It wasn’t the greatest book, even by 1970s standards, but these harpies work fine. Background Known Relatives: They might be literal...

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Context I wasn’t going to write that gnarth up. I mean, who wakes up one morning and says “hey, let’s write a gnarth up !”. But it’s a convenient stock monster and having stats for those is handy. The gnarth appeared in Wonder Woman comics during the...