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Harlequin

(Molly Maynne)

This is the Golden Age Harlequin, a criminal who chased Green Lantern (Alan Scott) to marry him. She's pretty interesting and had quite a career, actually.

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Gambler

(Steven Sharpe III)

A 1940s themed villain who chiefly clashed with Green Lantern. Skills, daring and luck.

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Flash

(Jay Garrick) (Classic)

A gisted profile for the Golden Age Flash (Jay Garrick), who marked the beginning of the Golden Age proper.

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Green Lantern Alan Scott

(Classic) (Gisted)

Gisted profile about Green Lantern Alan Scott as he generally appeared before he became Sentinel. Started as a game stats discussion, but a fair bit of general interest material was then added.

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Queen of Fables


A fascinating and immensely powerful, yet constrained, DC Comics character. The Queen of Fables is really cool, and our profile explains all the things.

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Ulysses Bloodstone


Our infamous and rather large Ulysses Bloodstone profile. An immortal monster hunter who lived and fought for 10,000 years, with a bazaar of 1970s weirdness suffusing his bizarre biography. And he's very useful in stories, too.

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Lion God

(Sekhmet)

A particularly powerful and arrogant divinity, who seems to be Sekhmet from Ancient Egypt. The Lion God could easily take on the assembled Avengers.

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Collector


One of the most recurrent Elders of the Universe, with simple hooks and endless arsenals of objects and creatures and people.

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Doctor Poison

(Princess Maru)

A Golden Age Imperial Japanese enemy of Wonder Woman, specialised in drugs and toxins.

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Queen Clea

(Post-Crisis version)

The post-Crisis version of this evil queen opposing Wonder Woman and leading Villainy, Incorporated.

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Doctor Nemesis

(Dr. James Bradley)

Now it is time for pure, empirical science as conducted by Dr. James Bradley of the X-Men's "X-Club" science team. For science.

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Icon

(Augustus Freeman IV)

Milestone Comics' flagship super-hero, a sort of Superman figure.

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Namora

(Modern version)

This is Namora the Sea Queen as she appears in Agents of Atlas Marvel Comics. Essentially, she's a "sub-mariner" like Namor.

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Venus

(Agents of Atlas) version

Venus as she appears in the successive Agents of Atlas Marvel Comics series. Because all you need is love.

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