A masked K’un Lun kung fu robot ! Who shoots knives ! What’s not to love ?
As of June of 2017, Sh-Hu the Lightning can now break stacks of bricks with one chop from its M&M stats.
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An extensive profile for Dr. Liara T’Soni as she appears during Mass Effect 2, which also covers the interim events between the two games. Also comes with a huge amount of material about Asari physiology.
As of June of 2017, this article was cleft in two because it was just too big. This one is thus the first part of Liara’s ME2 profile.
Liara is one of the key characters from the Mass Effect sci-fi video game saga, and one of the most developed. This here profile is part #3 of our coverage.
This profile describes the rest of Mass Effect 2. We used to have a single article for Liara in ME2, but there are too many different things we needed to discuss so it was too long.
This is Siryn (Theresa Cassidy) from the beginning up to Feral’s attack. So the bulk is X-Force appearances, I reckon.
We advice caution as THIS PROFILE CONTAINS ROB LIEFELD ART. People with allergies should thus be careful.
This is early, vintage Luke Cage back during the initial run of Hero for Hire in the 1970s. Rather extensive profile with lotsa information.
On 2017’s Juneteenth, this profile was overhauled and received steel-hard M&M stats.
More laid back than a broken recliner, “Ralph” from the planet Glapum’t has a brain with more processing power than cyberpunk-future-Google. He plays an important role in Laureline & Valérian graphic novels.
This is a short illustrated guide to the various ages and Earths of DC Comics’ super-hero stories.
It focuses on what you need to understand to read our profiles. It is chiefly intended for writeups.org readers who aren’t super-hero comic books experts.
As of the 19th of June, 2017, added a primer about the comic book characters that were bought to join the DCU.
A Batman enemy working for Maxie Zeus. Low-street-level but decent skills and gear, and nice style.
As of June 2017 this profile was revised, and received steel-feathered, feast-spoiling M&M stats.
A very Silver Age bad guy who fought Green Lantern. But you’ll have to read to learn what is his weapon of choice !
As of June, 2017, this profile has been revised. It also now has an arsenal of M&M stats it can throw pretty far.
A few bits of DC Heroes RPG new rules and clarification material that didn’t fit among our more specialised pages on the subject. Recent additions :
— Useful material from the old FAQ that existed on the previous version of the site.
— Weight classes for Character creation
— “Substitutive” vs. “additive”
Part #3 of our Valérian & Laureline series of profiles, about these seminal graphic novels. Here we finish summarising the stories, and explain the timeline shenanigans in a compact and, dare I say, timely manner.
The profiles should be read in order, or you may trigger a time paradox that erases the Earth. Just saying.
Continuing Bryan’s arc through the 1980s Marvel Transformers comics, with Bumblebee. As you could prolly tell from the illustration, if you’re an older gentleman. Back then BB still turned into a VW Beetle.
An obscure Captain America mostly-enemy. A cop who became a dauntless killer vigilante. An enhanced private police force. These are his stories.
Fully revised and updated in May, 2017. And now with a M&M stats badge.
Minor Black Widow and Captain America foe. Handy organised crime enforcer and manager type.
As of May of 2017, this profile was redone, and received a new knotted loincloth made of M&M stats.
A very minor Captain America enemy. I think she’s easy to use as a criminal operator in various thriller scenarios.
As of May of 2017, this entry was revised, its images improved, and it received crafty and well-groomed M&M stats.
Part one of a big article (presented in easily digestible smaller bits, as usual) about a rather important series of graphic novels.
It’ll explain all the things. Yes, even *that* thing you thought nobody’d ever explain. That one’s in part #3 in the article, but still do read it all in order ‘kay thanks.
From the rather important Valerian graphic novels. This profile directly continues our Valérian profile.
She’s sharp, she’s resourceful, she’s really hot, she’s a space-time agent, she’s opinionated, she has a grumpy transmuter from Bluxte and a blaster and a smile !