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Context These critters were seen in The Maxx, an early (1993) and distinctive Image Comics series by Sam Kieth. In some ways, The Maxx prefigured what Image would become later, as a high-end publisher for different sorts of stories. The isz are nothing special, but struck me as being useful...

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Context During the 1970s, confectioner and cakes maker Hostess advertised in major comic books. The advertisements were full-page comics starring Marvel and DC Comics characters (and Hostess products). These comics were nonsensical and a parody of the most absurd aspects of Silver Age ...

(Lydia O'Rourke)
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Background Real Name: Lydia O’Rourke. Marital Status: Single. Known Relatives: William (Father, Deceased), Jim (Lover, deceased). Group Affiliation: Cyberdata’s SHOCs, Gamorra Corporation. Base Of Operations: Cyberdata, Gamorra’s Isle of the Deads, Mobile depending on the period. Height: 5’10”...

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Powers and Abilities He’s smart. He held Superman motionless with his kryptonite ray, which is part of a console at which Big Dome sits. Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); History He appeared in Superman in “An Unbeatable Power”...

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Powers and Abilities He can make people give him stuff, even Wonder Woman. The only catch is that he has to give an IOU in return. Also, Diana mentions that he “just disappears into the crowds.” Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); History...

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Context During the 1970s, confectioner and cakes maker Hostess advertised in major comic books. The advertisements were full-page comics starring Marvel and DC Comics characters (and Hostess products). These comics were nonsensical and a parody of the most absurd aspects of Silver Age ...

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These comics were nonsensical and a parody of the most absurd aspects of Silver Age  comics. They’re still fondly remembered for their goofiness. Powers and Abilities He’s got this gun, see, and… well, basically, he can ensnare an entire city in a short amount of time,...

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Context During the 1970s, confectioner and cakes maker Hostess advertised in major comic books. The advertisements were full-page comics starring Marvel and DC Comics characters (and Hostess products). These comics were nonsensical and a parody of the most absurd aspects of Silver Age ...

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Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); History He appeared in “Wonder Woman and the Baron”, published in DC Comics Presents #28. He has his own (chocolaty brown) castle on his own private island. He is “a crook whose love of chocolaty...

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Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); History He appeared in “Batman in ’Lights…Camera…Crime !‘,” published in Action Comics #524. He was pretending to direct a movie involving a bulldozer plowing through the city...