6168 in-depth character profiles from comics, games, movies

Posts Tagged ‘ 1980s debut ’

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Kofi

(Power Pack)

A young alien ally of Marvel's Power Pack children.

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N’Kama


Obscure Black Widow enemy. Traditional Zulu hunter. Nobody but us cares about him. As of October of 2021, this entry has received M&M stats that are as fierce as the mighty lion in a bouncy castle.

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Katana

(Yamashiro Tatsu) (The 1980s, part #1)

This profile covers the early career of Katana (Tatsu Yamashiro) during the 1980s, with Batman & The Outsiders.

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Megatak


A cheesy 1983 character who can summon stuff from arcade video games. Like, Pac Man or Space Invaders. Yes, really. As of October of 2021, this profile was entirely redone and thoroughly updated. Basically, it ate all the ghosts.

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Fusion

(Soviet super-agent)

Reagan-era Soviet enemy of the Outsiders. Fairly powerful three-in-one operative.

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Lady Eve


Deadly, scheming XO (then leader) of the global Kobra death cult. Mostly fought the Outsiders (and Robin).

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Denizens of Eternia

(Masters of the Universe 1980s cartoons)

Presenting the main species of people in the 1980s Masters of the Universe cartoons, from Avions to Widgets.

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Wrangler

(Laralie)

Mercenary assassin, exceedingly Texan lasso expert. As of September of 2021, y'all, we've improved 'em illustrations. And added M&M stats that sure got some snap in their garters.

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Death Adder

(Roland Burrough)

One of the proto-Serpent Society guys, who were pretty cool. Bio-engineered into a a venomous killer. As of September of 2021, this entry received extensive cyber-surgery and is now far deadlier.

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Clayface

(Sondra Fuller)

The fourth Clayface, from a small mythos of horror-themed Batman characters. Shapechanging usual suspect.

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Faker

(He-Man and the Masters of the Universe)

He-Man's evil double in the 1980s Masters Of The Universe cartoon. Evil !

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Fisto


One of the heroic warriors of Eternia, in the 1980s Masters of the Universe cartoons. With a moustache. He was a bad guy before, though. With a moustache.

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Planet Master

(Strike Force Kobra)

One-appearance Batman and the Outsiders villain. But he's part of a convenient Kobra super-team, which sure seems useful.

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Clawful


One of Skeletor's evil warriors in the 1980s Masters of the Universe cartoons and toys. Lobster dude.

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Strike Force Kobra


"Base camp" mini-article about the members of bother versions of DC Comics' Strike Force Kobra. These were enemies of the Outsiders back during the Barr runs.

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Ken Masters

(Tom's profile)

Our alternate, more modern take on Ken Masters from the Street Fighters video games. As of July of 2021, this profile was updated and had its texts polished.

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Queen Marlena

(He-Man and the Masters of the Universe)

From the 1980s Masters of the Universe animated series. She's the queen, and He-Man and She-Ra's mum.

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King Randor


The father of He-Man (Prince Adam) in the 1980s Masters of the Universe cartoons. Hail to the King, baby.

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Egg tengu


A small clan of magical Japanese creatures. These once helped the Outsiders fight crime, sort of.

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Marine Marauder II

(Marlene Simmonds)

Obscure maritime DC Comics villainess. Fought the Outsiders, and the Flash. Not a headliner, but quite workable for ocean-based stories.

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Royal Palace

(He-Man and the Masters of the Universe)

Full profile of the Royal Palace in 1980s cartoon He-Man and the Masters of the Universe. People, vehicles, machines, vistas...

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Agent Triangle


An original LGBT super-heroine. Agent Triangle was a Player Character in a DC Heroes tabletop role-playing campaign during the 1980s and 1990s. As of April of 2021, added some portraits. I've been doing that a lot lately.

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Necroscope

(Harry Keogh) (Early)

A super-medium in a series of horror novels by Brian Lumley. As of April of 2021, this old old profile has received some illustrations.

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