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(Raymond Kane) (David Walker take)
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Context There’s a dozen comics characters named Nighthawk. Most of them are Marvel characters who are stand-ins for DC Comics’ Batman. Many of these Batman analogues operate with a team called the Squadron Supreme. Most Squadron members also are DC Comics characters...

(Mad Thinker) (Part #2)
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Context This is the second third of a series of small profile. Which should be read in order. The “most powerful android” form. Start there. The Negative Zone scavenger form. This here writeup. The Monster Android form. Advertisement (adsbygoogle =...

(Dr. Sam Ellis)
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Context Skorpio is a minor DC villain. He primarily appeared in late-1990s Steel stories, during the Priest/Cowan run. He’s an easy-to-use hitman, which we appreciate. He hasn’t really been used in 20+ years, so you could develop him a bit. And he can also appear in hospital...

(1970s version)
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Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Background Real Name: Albrecht Krieger. Other Aliases: The New Führer. Marital Status: Unrevealed. Known Relatives: Herr Doktor Siegmund Krieger (father, presumably deceased). Group Affiliation: Former agent of...

(Tom's profile) (Part #1]
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This take looks at Ryu and the entirety of his updated history and some of the alternate versions from some of the versus series. Two notes This profile features tabletop RPG mechanics about the video game’s gameplay. See our video games writeups FAQ for more. This profile is one...

(Tom's profile) (Part #2)
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Context This is the second half of the article, so everyone can read it comfortably. The first half is there. Advertisement (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); History (part 4) Street Fighter 4, part 1 Ryu once again entered the World Warrior tournament to test his...

(Julie Newmar version)
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Context In 1966-68, there was a Batman television serial on ABC. The first two seasons were a national craze. It thus shaped the mainstream understanding of super-heroes for at least a decade – and the 1978 Superman movie. The show was the epitome of goofy, playful camp . Over...

(Disambiguation page)
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Uh, I was *certain* that we had a disambiguation page for Catwoman profiles. We love Catwoman here ! But we don’t, so let’s fix that. Here are the Catwoman character profiles on and what they do. DC Universe comics Selina Kyle The “main”...

(Mad Thinker) (Part #1)
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Context This robot doesn’t have a name. Its creator, the Mad Thinker, simply states that it’s the most powerful android among his currently active series. (Though the Thing addressed it as “Charlie”, so I guess we could call it that…) It appeared in 1968, during...

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Context The Samurai City is one of the creations of Jack “the King” Kirby. It was seen in his 1977 run on Black Panther. I don’t think this obscure, hidden bit of Marvel’s Earth was ever seen again. This profile is meant to be read after our Mister Little character...