This is the second part of our Weapons Locker article about the video game Warframe.
This one presents the warframes themselves, as a “base camp” article before individual profiles.
Writeups.org is an encyclopaedia of characters in genre fiction — super-hero comic books, video games, action movies, etc. It offers illustrated, researched profiles. These also include technical data for role-players. If you need a robust understanding of a character’s abilities, personality, history, etc. this is *the* place to be.
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 !
A scary, weird expert in a comic book version of biofeedback. Superhuman violence monster, but he’s on the Frequency so he’s okay.
This is the last of our Warren Ellis et al’s Global Frequency character profiles, as we’ve covered every writeup-able bit. It was a cool ride.
A vampire commando who hunts vampires, in the Russian Resurgence future depicted in Nikolai Dante comics published in 2000AD.
She’s so vein, she prolly thinks this writeup is about her.
As of March of 2019, this profile has had its ichor reinvigorated, and received befanged M&M stats.
A Cajun mercenary veteran turned private detective. From the excellent Cinder & Ashe DC Comics limited series.
As of March of 2019, this profile was overhauled and received M&M game stats. So, even if only in this respect, les zaricos sont salés.
The second part of our series of character profiles for Marvel Comics’ Dr. Barbara “Bobbi” Morse, aka Huntress and Mockingbird.
This covers an interim area where she has acquired heroic-level martial and athletic skills. She appears as a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent, then as maverick counter-intelligence operative the Huntress, then debuts her Mockingbird identity.
Sharp and classy private detective in 1980s New Orleans. Works as the partner to ex-mercenary Ashe. From an excellent DC Comics miniseries.
As of March of 2019, this entry has been improved and received M&M stats that wear a raspberry beret. The kind you find in a second-hand store.
An obscure enemy of the early X-Men, then of Ka-Zar and Mockingbird, back in the days.
He was never quite developed but he has ties to Latin American mobs, the Mayan gods, the Savage Land, oil cartels and other uncommon story elements. So there’s potential here.
An older porn photographer who is also a 1980s guns-toting urban wasteland vigilante caught in an odd situation. You know.
As of February of 2019, this profile got its texts, illustrations and stats polished. It also received photogenic M&M stats.
This is the second half of our Man-Ape (M’Baku) character profile, with a link to the first half.
As of February of 2019 this profile was overhauled. It was also cleft, since the explanations about all the Wakanda stuff made it a bit long.