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Equinox

(Terry Sorenson)

An obscure Marvel villain with fire and ice powers and a burning and frozen body. He's oddly cool, according to my at about age six. As of July of 2020, this profile was entirely redone -- and updated.

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Colleen Wing

(Part #1 - the 1970s)

Colleen Wing as she appeared in Iron Fist stories during the 1970s. P.I., martial artist, samurai. As of July of 2018, this profile was entirely redone at long, long last. As of June of 2020, added Mutants & Masterminds stats since her BFF just received her own.

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Brotherhood of Evil Mutants

(Fourth roster, Mystique-led)

A team profile for the fourth version of the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants. Which is the first one commanded by Mystique, during the early 1980s and the Days of future past X-Men story arc.

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Misty Knight

(Part #1 - the 1970s)

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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Syonide

(1978 Black Lightning villain)

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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Dragonfly

(Ani-Men) (Veronica Dultry)

The oddest member of Marvel Comics' Ani-Men, who's had a cryptic and inexplicable career. But heh, I'm sure this article will get some positive buzz.

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Bird-Man

(Achille DiBacco)

Originally one of those goofy, minor Ani-Men thugs from Marvel Comics. Later became an animalistic demonic undead no-goodnik, because it was a Tuesday.

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Serpent Squad


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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Dolores & Juan Muerto


Obscure 1970 enemies of the Batman. And among the oddly few Mexican characters in the DCU. Aristocratic Gothic Horror crime lords who are sort of immortal.

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Screaming Mimi

(Melissa Gold) (Profile #1)

This is the first profile for Melissa Gold. It covers her early career as Screaming Mimi before she became Songbird of the Thunderbolts. As of April of 2020, the text and pictures have been autotuned and we've remixed M&M stats in.

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Blue Streak

(Don Thomas)

An obscure late 1970s Captain America villain on roller skates. Disco fever ! As of April of 2020, this profile was entirely redone.

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Poundcakes


One of the Grapplers superhuman lady wrestlers, and perhaps the most inclined toward crime. As of March of 2020, this entry received Wrestlant and Wrestlerminds game stats, some copy editing, and illustrations upgrades.

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Enforcer

(Charles Delazny)

An interesting but incoherent enemy of the Ghost Rider and Spider-Woman. During the 1970s, he seemingly specialised in hunting down supernaturals. As of March of 2020, this profile was iced then entirely redone.

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Steeplejack

(Jack Mallard)

An obscure Luke Cage 1970s villain with a construction theme. Near-superhuman strength and themed weapons. As of March of 2020, we added brick-and-mortar Mutants & Masterminds stats. This profile has also received illustrations and texts overhaul at... some point in 2019.

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Giant One

(Hidden Temple)

He's a "giant henchman" type, possibly a bit superhuman. He's associated with a Vietnamese temple that's normally peaceful. But he mistakenly went into a fight with Spider-Man and the US government. As of February of 2020, this profile received gigantic Mutants & Masterminds stats.

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Captain Axis


An obscure and fleeting enemy of the Hulk. Projected Third Reich superhuman warrior with great strength. As of February of 2020, this profile had its hair done and received goosestepping M&M stats.

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Mister Fish


A grotesquely mutated mobster with enhanced strength. Vintage Luke Cage enemy. As of January of 2020, this profile was overhauled, updated and extended. You could say it scaled up.

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Cornell Cottonmouth

(Part #1 - the 1970s)

One of the old school Luke Cage villains, a heroin king with super-strength and a certain style. As of January of 2020, this profile is being entirely redone as a two-parter.

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Tigra the were-woman

(Greer Nelson profile #2)

Our second profile for Marvel Comics heroine Greer Nelson, depicting her early days as Tigra. During those she was a bit different than in later depictions. As of December of 2019 the illustrations were redone in HD. The text also had its fur brushed, though it was reading better than I remembered.

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Cat

(Greer Nelson profile #1)

The Cat was the first identity adopted by Greer Nelson, before she became Tigra. The Cat costume was later used by Hellcat. Our profile extensively discusses... well... everything. As of December of 2019, redid all the illustrations in HD and did an editing pass for clarity and concision.

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Mangler

(Shadrick Daniels)

A big hairy wrestler who clashed with Luke Cage in 1976. So yeah, he's pretty strong. As of December of 2019 this profile was reillustrated, rewritten and updated.

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Spear


A minor 1970s Cage enemy with a speargun. As of December of 2019 the illustrations were redone, the biography updated, and the text polished. I also wanted to add M&M stats but he already had those. Foiled again !

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Slasher


A strange and likely robotic saboteur and enforcer. An agent of... the Assassin ! As of October of 2019, added sharp-edged M&M stats.

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Mind-Wave


He fought Daredevil and Uri Geller in 1976. Yes, really. Telepathic powers, telepathic tank, telepathic henchmen. As of October of 2019, this profile was revised and updated.

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Uri Geller

(Marvel Universe version)

So yes, Uri Geller once appeared in Marvel Comics - a 1976 Daredevil issue. He was, of course a psionic hero. As of October of 2019, added spoon-bending M&M stats.

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Spitfire

(Profile #5 - 2008-2011)

Profile #5 (yeah, I know) in our chronological coverage of Marvel's Spitfire. This one covers her appearances during the late 2000s and early 2010s, when something about her nature has become much more apparent. As of September of 2019 this entry received clarifications courtesy of a Marvel researcher, plus an umpteenth editing pass and having the pictures redone in HD.

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Psylocke

(Profile #2 - Psychic ninja)

Second profile for Psylocke of the X-Men, covering the era from the Siege Perilous until the year 2000. As of August of 2019, our contributor Pawsplay used the focused psychic totality of his powers to append M&M stats to this article.

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Doomsday Man

(Part #3)

The last third for our profile of the Doomsday Man and Kerwin Korman, who form an Avengers-class Marvel Comics villain. With links to the two previous bits, of course. He's obscure, but he's powerful. And he has an interesting history that is intertwined with Captain Marvel (Carol Danvers)’s and has quite a few hooks.

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Blackout

(Marcus Daniels)

That's the Marvel Comics one, specifically the one with the Darkforce powers. He's oddly cool, if underused. As of August of 2019, this profile received grimdark M&M stats, plus text and illustrations improvements. Excelsior!

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Julie Wood


The heroine of a 1970s French graphic novels series about moto racing. Featuring many things that have two wheels and go "vroom".

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