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Tabur


An obscure cat-man with ties to Tigra. Would-be mastermind conqueror type. As of July of 2021, this entry received minor polishing plus sinister M&M stats.

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Codename: Assassin


A psionic, gadgets-happy non-lethal 1970s vigilante crimebuster. As of July of 2021, added polish (chiefly to the illustrations) and added revenge-craving Mutants & Masterminds stats.

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Cougar

(Curt Ranklin)

Cat People power-mad scientist with advanced technology. As of July of 2021, this profile had its fur brushed and received M&M stats.

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Thundra’s Femizonia


Thundra is a classic, energic Fantastic Four character. And there's a lot to say about her, due to her long career as a time traveller. So let's start with explanations about her mutable, odd, 23rd century possible future -- Femizonia. As of May of 2021, this once-enormous profile is being rewritten and reorganised as much more readable chapters.

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Eliminator


A powerful New Salem enforcer construct who fought the Fantastic Four in '77. As of May of 2021, redid the peekchurs and added Mutants and Masterminds game stats.

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Pyro

(The 1980s)

Fire-controlling mutant, and one of the classic enemies of the X-Men. For now it covers the 1980s, since the main focus was on modelling his powers.

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Massha


A voluminous student of magik, and expert in minor magikal artefacts. She appears in the early Myth Adventures novels by R. Asprin. As of April of 2021, added a made-up portrait (though the app can't do bright orange hair right now, alas).

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Hotshot


An alleged enemy of Spider-Man, seen in 1970s Hostess Cakes adverts in comic books.

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Viper

(Jordan Dixon)

The 1970s, Marvel Comics one who fought the Falcon and Captain America. Venomous weapons, and the power of marketing.

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Leila Taylor


A former girlfriend of the Falcon (Sam Wilson), mostly during the 1970s. Harlem community activist, and later on wildcat journalist.

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Stoneface


Obscure 1970s Harlem mobster. Clashed with the Falcon, Captain America, Spider-Man and others.

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Sonny Sumo


"The most incredible man on Earth !", according to Jack "the King" Kirby during the 1970s. Japanese super-hero and minor part of the Fourth World mythology. As of February of 2021, this profile had its texts and illustrations refreshed, and received M&M game stats.

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Captain Nazi

(1970s version)

Captain Marvel's enemy Captain Nazi as he appeared in the 1970s stories on DC's Earth-S. As of January of 2021, this profile received goose-stepping M&M TTRPG stats.

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Samurai City


A strange secret town of immortal underground samurai. Samurai City appeared during Jack Kirby's run on Black Panther.

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Mister Abner Little


A strange ally of the Black Panther, dating back from the early days with Jack Kirby at the helm. Collector of the strange, eccentric billionaire, ruthless mastermind.

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Spider-Woman

(Proto-Jessica Drew) (Profile #1 - Goodwin version)

The very first take on Spider-Woman (not yet called Jessica Drew), by Goodwin. It's rather different from what she later become, as the retcons start by her very next appearance. As of December of 2020, this profile has received polishing. Plus icky crawly too many legs Mutants & Masterminds TTRPG stats.

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Form


Minor enemy of Shade the Changing Man during the 1977/78 Ditko run. Gaseous form and mind probes. As of December of 2020, this profile has received nebulous M&M stats.

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Claw the Unconquered

(Valcan of Pytharia) (Part 1)

A rather big and muscled profile for a barbarian warrior of the same ilk, who's appeared in his own series and beyond over the decades. This is one of our DC Implosion writeups. As of December of 2020, this enormous entry was split into manageable parts. And received a round of rewriting, since it was rather old.

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Ogar


A sort of golem that once fought the Black Panther in King Solomon's tomb. It was pretty tough.

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Vanguard

(Nicolai Krylenko) (Part 1)

One of the main Russian (and formerly Soviet) Marvel Comics superhumans. Reflective force-field, beefiness, hammer and sickle. As of November of 2020, this profile is being entirely redone as a two-parter.

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Davy Tenzer

(King David)

DC Comics' Davy Tenzer is the Biblical King David, but as a 1970s immortal anti-terror international singing super-spy. Sometimes, he fights snake aliens.

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Metalloid


An obscure opponent of the Fantastic Four (well, the Thing and Tigra). Big tough robot. As of November of 2020, this profile received heated Mutants & Masterminds stats.

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Dharlu


An enigmatic and powerful alien seen in a few 1970s Justice League of America stories.

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Darkstar

(Layna Petrovna) (Part #1)

One of the major Russian super-heroes. Darkforce powers. As of October of 2020, this profile is being entirely redone as a comprehensive two-parter. Что отличный.

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Nekron

(The alien one)

A somewhat obscure, powerful 1970s enemy of the Justice League of America. Otherdimensional alien feeding off fear. Mmm, this image is very tall. I prolly should add some text here so it doesn't feel weirdly empty, especially for people not familiar with the site. So how are y'all doing. I'm doing good. I have some delicious flan left to eat, and...

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Joshua and the Family


An obscure 1970s DC villain. But he appeared in a major/classic story arc of those days. A Charles-Manson-like with hypnotic powers.

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Starfire

(DC Implosion) (part #1 - Setting)

This profile is about the sword-and-sciencery (new word !) heroine Starfire, back in 1976. Only a young woman’s sword and her courage will challenge the inhuman hordes who would enslave her people ! As of September of 2020, this profile was split in two for more comfortable reading. And went through extensive edits for style, being almost 10-year old.

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