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Misty as she appeared during the 1970s, back when she was an Iron Fist supporting character.

As of July of 2018, this profile was entirely redone.

As of Juneteenth of 2020, added tough Mutants & Masterminds game stats and further improved readability.

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The baby of Marvel’s Power Pack, with surprisingly powerful energy powers.

This entry covers the classic Simonson/Brigman era.

As of June (Brigman) of 2020, this profile was revised and modernised.

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Ms. Marvel (Kamala Khan) – profile #2.

Still during her early career (“Year One”), but has already considerably improved because she’s good at this stuff.

As of June of 2020, this profile received a check for text quality, and was embiggened by the addition of M&M stats.

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The oldest member of Power Pack — everything is relative — during the 1980s.

Gravity powers.

As of June of 2020, this profile was revised as our contributor Bryan went over his Power Pack material.

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One of the older enemies of Daredevil (Matt Murdock).

He’s one of those baddies who actually have plenty of range and potential if you pay a bit of attention.

As of June of 2020, this profile was entirely redone.

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Ms. Marvel (Kamala Khan) at the very beginning of her career. Body-morphing powers and heroic spirit.

As of May of 2020, this profile received a review for style and clarity, plus M&M stats that do make their five dailies.

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The classic version of Mass Master from Marvel Comics’ kid team the Power Pack. Body density manipulation powers.

As of May of 2020, this profile was forced to clean its room and stop being mean toward its kid sister.

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A Black Lightning villain during the late 1970s.

Expert manhunter with special weapons and probable mind control powers.

As of May of 2020, this entry has been overhauled, and received M&M stats.

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Lightspeed of Marvel’s Power Pack during the classic Weezie Simonson years.

As of May of 2020, this article received an overhaul. We also ensured that her costume is at least 5% pinker than before.

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Silver Age themed Marvel minor villain wot got killed by the Bronze Age.

He was a convenient 1960s/1970s jobber.

As of May of 2020, we’ve slipped in a complete, electrifying overhaul of this profile.

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This titanic crab appeared in a 1959 proto-Marvel Comics story, in Tales to Astonish. Giant monsters were hip in the 1950s, daddy-o.

There’s also notes about the BODY score of giant monsters, somehow.

As of May of 2020, we’ve added Mutants & Masterminds stats to this profile. Having two sets of stats is important, as it allows for a pincer movement strategy.

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This covers the Viper (Ophelia Sarkissian)’s early life and her original career as Madame Hydra, during the early 1970s.

That’s the Jim Steranko era. So hang on to your fez, true believers !

As of May of 2020, this profile was entirely redone. We cut it once, and two shall take its place. More, actually.

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A compact review of Marvel Comics’ various Serpent Squad teams of villains, with a roster for each version.

These were all low-ish-powered villain team with a handy snake motif. Well, except for those versions with the Eel as a member.

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A fully fleshed-out sample heroic/dark fantasy character, based on a weird Path of Exile build.

A burning intelligent sword that kills her wielders, darting acrobatics based on a magical proximity sense, a feral huntress with a pet canary, these sorts of things.

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