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(Doyle Christie)
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Thus, this profile is thus chiefly intended as a seed, for those needing a completely unused character who’s solidly planted in the DC Universe and has a published appearance. As you can imagine the game stats are almost entirely speculative. And the numbers for the equipment are simply...

(Joar Makent part #1])
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Notes Recent decades have featured stories that contradict prior Icicle tales. But we can’t tell whether those are continuity mistakes, retcons , Hypertime , Zero Hour  or a wombat. We’ve thus stuck with the original version. Discrepancies — and proposed...

(Joar Makent part #2)
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Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); History – the Silver Age In 1961, Silver Age  super-hero the Flash (Barry Allen) discovered the existence of a parallel Earth. All the 1940s DC Comics heroes and villains were still active and thriving...

(Bruno Horgan)
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Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Background Real Name: Bruno Horgan. Other Aliases: The Mysterious Melter. Marital Status: Divorced. Known Relatives: None. Group Affiliation: Former member of the Death Squad, and the first and second versions of the...

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Context Ivan Karlovitch is an obscure Marvel character. He appeared once in the 1967 annual Fantastic Four issue and that’s it. He’s part of a trio of randos who were issued advanced-but-not-that-powerful weapons to work security. You can use these guys in pretty much any...

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Context The brain globes — a popular motif in older science-fiction, comics and pulps — clashed with DC Comics’ Legion of Super-Heroes but once. That was during the Silver Age , early in the Legion’s career, and the story is very very 1962. The Legion of Super-Heroes...

(Baby pterosaur)
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Context Dino the giant pterosaur is from “War That Time Forgot” tales published during the 1960s. If you want *all* the context, see our Suicide Squadron profile. Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Powers and Abilities “Dino” is a...

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Context This character appeared in 1971, as part of a strange proto-cross-over. It is best to first read the Mister Kline the Assassin character profile for context. The villains in this story arc, such as Slasher, have an odd quality that makes them both weird and generic. They are thus...

(Marvel Universe version)
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Context Uri Geller is an Israeli entertainer and self-proclaimed psychic. He was primarily famous during the 1970s. Perhaps because of his Stan Lee-esque sense of self-promotion, a fictional version of Geller made a… strange appearance in Daredevil, back in 1976. Background Real...

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Powers and Abilities A Great White Ape is a gorilla-like primate with white fur, and standing about 15 or 18 metres tall. It presumably weighs in the 220-to-280 tonnes range. Such an ape is a skilled hand-to-hand fighter. Its immense reach, strength and mass allow him to take on giant...