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Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Powers and Abilities The Puzzler has no unusual powers, but is skilled at games and puzzles (oooohhh). His sign is a bent nail – half a common puzzle. Though not a great athlete, the Puzzler is quite strong and agile...

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Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Powers and Abilities “Charlie” is an unusually powerful gorilla. He also possesses impressive reflexes and agility – especially for a 600 lbs. animal. He’s highly adept at mimicking human...

(aka "the malignant brain")
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The main character isn’t really named in the story. “Malignant brain” and “tyrannical Count” are the two most distinctive ways he’s called in the captions. So we used that as an arbitrary name – hence the quote marks. For what it’s worth,...

(Queen Lucy)
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Context This character profile was part of John’s writeups arc about supergirls. Specifically, obscure characters from DC’s past who have used in some manner the Supergirl identity. Queen Lucy appeared in 1949, in an early issue of Superboy. Background Other aliases: Queen Lucy...

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Powers and Abilities Ranagor is a capable fighter and equestrian, and quite courageous. Although he’s not super-muscular, he’s very tall. His strength is impressive. History Ranagor lives in an unnamed dimension , in an area dominated by the medieval city of...

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Context This is the planet Krypton pre-Crisis on Infinite Earths. It was published as the colour feature in the back of Amazing World of Superman Metropolis Edition (1973). I thought it would be useful to have it here, since not only is it difficult to locate – but people would need to...

(aka Commander Video)
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Context General Electric was one of the main villains during the short run of Jack Kirby’s Sandman, in 1974-76. While he’s certainly dated and quite Silver Age  in tone, he’s interesting enough to be reworked and modernised. And he did return, though said return was...

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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...

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Background Real Name: Unrevealed. Marital Status: Unrevealed. Known Relatives: None. Group Affiliation: None, though he employs a pack of thugs. Base Of Operations: A huge, ghostly manor on a lonely part of the coast. Height: 6’ Weight: 195 lbs. Eyes: Grey Hair: None Powers and...

(Pre-Crisis Earth-2 version)
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The first Crime Doctor is an obscure Batman villain. He first appeared in 1943, on what would be retroactively considered the pre-Crisis Earth-2. This character is something of a near-miss when it comes to classic Bob Kane-era villains. He doesn’t quite work, but there’s...