6182 in-depth character profiles from comics, games, movies

Posts Tagged ‘ 1970s debut ’

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Earth Eternal


Simply an adaptation of the venerable TSR Marvel Super-Heroes stats for Eternals on Earth in DC Heroes RPG terms. It does help, it does.

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Beholder

(D&D)

Short, early profile mostly concerned about having DCH stats for this classic D&D monster.

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Titan

(Shi'ar Imperial Guard)

Pictures and stats and some context for this Shi'ar Imperial Guard. He's a Colossal Boy expy.

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Wraith

(Brian DeWolff)

Powerful but inexperienced psychic with a weird backstory.

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Gibbon

(Martin Blank)

A very minor but strong and agile comedic Spider-Man character. This covers his vintage appearances, mostly.

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Grim Ghost


Agent of Satan wit little morals and many sorcerous powers. Part of the louche 1970s Atlas/Seaboard comics roster.

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Destructor

(Jay Hunter)

A minor and forgotten super-hero of the 1970s. Heightened sense, strength, agility.

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Shockwave

(Lancaster Sneed)

Spook and karate master with steel plate implants and an electrically-charged exo. As you do.

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Lunatik

(Arisen Tyrk et al.)

A very 1970s, odd otherdimensional characters who fragmented into more weirdness. Mostly known for his The Defenders material.

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Juno


A really tough, over-the-top Marvel Comics brute henchman who once slew Dracula. Juno used to work for Doctor Sun.

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Chumley

(MYTH Inc.)

A big huge troll pretending to be a big huge troll. He appears in the early Myth Adventures fantasy comedy novels by Robert Asprin.

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Toyboy


Obscure 1976 comic-book enemy of DC's Super-Friends. Sidekick of the Toyman. Wotta goober.

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Skyrocket

(Super-Friends)

A villain in the Super-Friends cartoony comics of the late 1970s. Flight and minor energy projection.

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Sardine


Obscure 1976 comic-book enemy of DC's Super-Friends. Sidekick of the Human Flying Fish. Wotta goober.

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Sand Superman

(Quarrm extradimensional)

An alien creature replicating and draining Superman. From a notable 1971 story.

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Laurel Kent

Manhunter android

These are primarily a reproduction of her DC Heroes RPG stats once found in an old issue of Dragon Magazine.

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Kitten

(Super-Friends continuity)

Super-minor character from a band of underage goofballs in the Super-Friends continuity. This is all very late 1970s.

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Kamandi

(Jack Kirby version)

The classic 1970s Kirby character. A young boy living in an incredible post-apocalyptic world.

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Honeysuckle

(Super-Friends stories)

Super-minor character from a band of underage goofballs in the Super-Friends continuity. This is all very late 1970s.

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Deimos

(Skartaris)

A traditional evil mastermind/mage and enemy of the Warlord (Travis Morgan)

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