Miku is the heroine of Submerged, a post-apocalyptic exploration indie video game.
Young but determined survivor, and resourceful free climber.
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From Dan Brereton’s painted Nocturnals comics. Lone samurai, ex-detective, ex-drifter fugitive, pyrokinetic synthesoid, trenchcoat-and-katana enthusiast.
As of May of 2019, this oldbad entry was burned to the ground and redone.
Frankie as she appeared during the “Batgirl of Burnside” era. From supporting cast to (fleetingly) inheritor of the Oracle mantle and back to supporting cast again.
Talented computer security expert with an interest in super-heroics.
Ariane de Troïl aka Damasque/Masquerouge is the heroine of a classic series of French swashbuckling graphic novels, halfway between the Three Musketeers, the Count of Monte Cristo and Zorro.
As of May of 2019, this profile was cleft in twain. It didn’t feel that long to read, but with so many folks perusing this site on smartphones smaller pages are better.
This Kree hardliner and senior officer clashed with the Avengers during the 1990s.
He’s not the most memorable Avengers enemy, but if your stories make use of the Kree (or Marvel space stuff in general) he’s useful.
Stephanie Brown as Batgirl during her excellent 2009-2011 run. Unsinkable, endearing and getting pretty damn competent at this stage.
As of April of 2019, this profile was ensmoothened then split so it’s easier to read, especially on smartphones. As we slowly do with our longer writeups.
The second half of the writeup for Batgirl (Stephanie Brown), with a link to part #1.
This half has an extensive discussion of her characterisation, mucho quotes, stats for her and her gear in both DCH and DCA, stuff like that.
This is the second half of this character profile. With a link to the first half of course.
I suppose you could consider it an appendix of sorts. It has all the stats stuff and discussion thereo’.
This is the 2010s version of DC’s Velvet Tiger. So, the one mostly seen during the Burnside softboots for Batgirl (Barbara Gordon).
Sociopathic rich lass with both a high-tech angle and a big cats angle. She works fairly well as a street-level villainess.
This is He-Man/Prince Adam as he appeared in Masters of the Universe, a major children’s cartoon during the 1980s.
This profile brought to you thanks to the sponsorship of the power of Grayskull.
This is Marvel Boy (Bob Grayson) as published by Timely Comics during the early 1950s – the Golden Age version of the character. Includes a full description of his adventures and how to make them explicitly in continuity.
As of April of 2019, this profile was overhauled. It also received M&M stats which you can read for free, which sounds like a Communist plot to me.
For days, every media-related website has been plastered with Game of Thrones clicks-catching #content.
We don’t have anything GoT-related. So our site is starting to look like an ugly duckling, a misfit, an anomaly, a mutant sworn to defend a world that hates and fears them.
Therefore, I put a Game of Thrones picture on the homepage. This is purely in order to look normal. There’s no article.
An article presenting the basics and places of Eternia, the world in the 1980s Masters of the Universe cartoon series.
This “base camp” article is where our contributor Ethan’s big series about He-Man and She-Ra stuff starts. Oh boy !