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Spider-Woman

(Jessica Drew) (Profile #2 - Wolfman/infantino version)

This is the second of our chronological, emergent history profiles for Spider-Woman (Jessica Drew). It covers the Wolfman/Infantino era, which is also when she gets her own book.

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Faceless One


Devious space alien mastermind and technologists (and perhaps weapons dealer). As of May of 2018, this entry was reviewed, had its illustrations redone, and received M&M stats that may actually be sinister alien robots.

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Krogg


A demon monster who fought the Werewolf by Night early on, during the 1970s.

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Nova

(Richard Rider) (New Warriors+ era)

Second character profile for Marvel's Nova (Richard Rider). This one covers the New Warriors era and the 2000s, up to the Annihilation's start.

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Kraig


A stock horrorsploitation character that can be used in many stories. Clashed with Marvel's Werewolf by Night during the 1970s.

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Excaliber


An early and obscure Spider-Woman enemy serving Morgan Le Fay. Enhanced evil knight possession spell, magical sword.

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Inheritor from Beyond


A super-cockroach who's evil and fights the Hulk to a standstill, as you do. As of April of 2018, this entry had its illustrations overhauled and received M&M stats reinforced with radioactive chitin.

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Werewolf by Night

(Profile #1 - Earliest)

This is the first, 1970s profile for Marvel Comics' Werewolf by Night during his early adventures. Woof. Grrr. As of April of 2018, this profile was split since it was a bit too long, and the illustrations were overhauled.

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Werewolf by Night

(part #2 - Early)

Second part of Marvel Comics' Werewolf by Night 1970s profile. It's one entry in a series, or perhaps a part of a howl.

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Big Wheel


A minor Spider-Man villain with a strange assault vehicle. In April of 2018, this profile was fully overhauled.

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Amos Moses


A minor folklore figure featured in a 1970 hit song by Jerry Reed, Amos Moses. Huge strongman and alligators wrestler in the bayou.

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Sarnak, Master of the Army of Fear


Urban horror villain with special sonics and an army of near-C.H.U.D.s. Fought the Werewolf by Night back the days. As of March of 2018, this profile was overhauled and given sonically-engineered M&M stats.

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Psylocke

(Profile #1 - Early)

Our first chronological profile for Betsy, covering her Captain Britain and X-Men career until the Siege Perilous. As of February of 2018, this profile had its illustrations psychically overhauled, and gained butterfly-shaped M&M stats.

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Nekra

(Nekra Sinclair)

Nekra is pretty cool and useful to have, actually. Long career, diverse abilities, good themes and varied hooks. As of February of 2018, this profile was dusted up and split into two parts, since it was too long.

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She-Hulk

(Jennifer Walters) (Profile #1 - earliest)

The earliest version of the She-Hulk in comics, covering her debut in 1979 and her early 1980s adventures. She's big, mean, green and has amazingly resistant underwear. As of January of 2018, this profile has received M&M stats and overhauled illustrations.

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Superdupont


The mighty, iconic, righteous, invincible and most French Superdupont ! Champion of all that is good, and right, and proper ! As of January of 2018, this profile received a full overhaul.

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Prisoner

(Number 6) (part #1)

From the landmark 1967/68 The Prisoner TV series. As of December of 2017, this profile was split into two parts since it was just a bit too long for some to read in one sitting.

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Geoffrey Ballard aka Centurion


Corrupt spook who has opposed Black Goliath and Ms. Marvel. Once wore a powerful battlesuit. As of November of 2017, this profile received devastating, mesons-accelerating M&M stats.

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Steeplejack

(Maxwell Plumm)

Very minor, one-time enemy of Ms. Marvel. Had somewhat interesting weaponry. As of November of 2017, this profile was overhauled and received M&M stats that were approved once we bribed the construction inspector.

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Brute

(Atlas/Seaboard caveman)

From the strange adventure of Atlas/Seaboard comics (the Marvel comics killer !) comes the Brute, who had his own comic for a whole 3 issues. It was a weird time. As of November of 2017, we've defrosted some M&M stats for this guy.

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Man-Killer

(Katrina van Horn) (Profile #1 - 1973-1981)

Angry misandrist with a strength-boosting exo. This profile covers her 1970s appearances, well before she received much-needed character development in Thunderbolts. Down with the chauvinistic pigs !

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Diamondhead

(Arch Dyker)

An early enemy of Marvel Comics' Nova. Straightforward, evil, useful brick. As of October of 2017, this profile has been polished (HA HA HA !). It also received M&M stats rated at 10 on the Mohs scale. And then as of October of 2017 (again), it was updated (again) because I (again) forgot to add material about Diamondhead's appearances since Gareth...

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Condor

(Nova enemy)

An old-school brainy, megalomaniac mastermind without much of a twist. Heh, that can be useful. Also, wings. As of October of 2017, the Condor's pasa has been overhauled, updated and received highly intelligent M&M stats.

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Mantis

(Ms. Brandt) (Profile #1 - Classic)

An extensive profile that covers everything from 1973 to 1987 (across all publishers). Mantis is a Vietnamese super-martial-artist and psychic who was an Avenger, as well as the prophesied mother of a cosmic entity. As of October, 2017 this profile received advanced alien training in the art of M&M stats.

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Photon

(Jason Dean)

A very minor 1977 enemy of Spider-Man (Peter Parker) and Nova (Richard Rider). But heh, he's useful as a stock baddie. As of September of 2017, this profile received an overhaul and well-lit M&M stats.

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Firefly

(Nova enemy)

A very minor incendiary villain who clashed with Nova (Richard Rider) and Power Man & Iron Fist. As of September of 2017, this profile was overhauled, extended and received incendiary M&M stats.

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Shotgun Smith


The county sheriff overseeing the bulk of the suburbs and countryside outside of Gotham City. Primarily worked with Robin (Tim Drake) during the 1990s, but was a 1970s Batman character too. As of September 2017, this profile was fully reloaded in double-ought magnum, Jack.

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Justice

(Vance Astrovik)

The former Marvel Boy, a young telekinetic hero who worked with the Thing, the New Warriors then the Avengers - which isn't half-bad. Vance Astrovik will also would have become a time-travelling astronaut. Yeah, that part's complicated.

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Zorr


Very minor Marvel hulking alien menace. But he plays an important role in the origin of Nova (Richard Rider) as he kills not-Abin-Sur. So he's a handy space marauder. As of September of 2017, this space writeup received a space overhaul complete with space M&M stats.

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