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Outsiders

(Part #2 - 1986/92)

This recaps all wot you need to known about the second version of DC Comics' Outsiders. Which is the 1986-1992 Adventures of the Outsiders and The Outsiders material, plus contemporary appearances. Yes Gabrielle, there's a link to part #1.

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Scavenger 8162

(Dragon's Claws)

One of the elite post-apocalyptic future gladiators from the Dragon's Claws. Stealth and subterfuge type.

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Outsiders

(Part #1 - Batman & the Outsiders 1983-86)

This recaps all wot you need to known about the very first version of DC Comics' Outsiders. Which is the 1983-1986 Batman and the Outsiders material, plus contemporary appearances.

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Digit 8162

(Dragon's Claws)

Dragon's Claws operative. Computer-enhanced brain. As of July of 2020, this entry got a review and received M&M game stats.

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Mercy 8162

(Mercy Connaught)

A deadly vigilante and athlete from a dying Earth broken down future. They were the best team in the Game... but this is not a game anymore ! As of July of 2020, this profile had its hair styled, and received M&M stats.

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Avalanche

(Part #1 - 1980s)

A mutant operative with vibrational powers over the ground. As of July of 2020, this profile was entirely redone.

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Dragon 8162


A gladiator and mercenary in the year 8162. Gifted leader and fighter, commands elite unite the Dragon's Claws. As of July of 2020, cleaned and oiled the weapons -- and added M&M stats.

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Freedom Force


A full profile for the government's superhuman response team. It was the 1980s, Mystique-led band of ne'er-do-wells.

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Sergeant Slaughter

(G.I. Joe version)

This is the version of the Sergeant Slaughter wrestling persona that appeared in older G.I. Joe cartoons because of reasons. Super-tough physical conditioning instructor and hand-to-hand fighter.

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Energizer

(a.k.a. Energiser)

The baby of Marvel's Power Pack, with surprisingly powerful energy powers. This entry covers the classic Simonson/Brigman era. As of June (Brigman) of 2020, this profile was revised and modernised.

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Gee

(Alex Power)

The oldest member of Power Pack -- everything is relative -- during the 1980s. Gravity powers. As of June of 2020, this profile was revised as our contributor Bryan went over his Power Pack material.

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Proton


The last (and least, size-wise) member of the Challengers. These were Player Characters in an older DC Heroes campaign by our contributors Ethan and Keith.

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Mass Master


The classic version of Mass Master from Marvel Comics' kid team the Power Pack. Body density manipulation powers. As of May of 2020, this profile was forced to clean its room and stop being mean toward its kid sister.

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Lady Chian


An elite fighter seen seen in the early 1980s Arion Lord of Atlantis comic books. As of May of 2020, this profile was entirely redone, by order of the Captain of the Guard.

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Lightspeed


Lightspeed of Marvel's Power Pack during the classic Weezie Simonson years. As of May of 2020, this article received an overhaul. We also ensured that her costume is at least 5% pinker than before.

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Marty McFly


From the classic Back To The Future movies. These are old capsule notes. As of May of 2020 these still are old capsule notes, back from the past. But now they have M&M stats that never chicken out.

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Oryx


A very very tall fighter and agent, blatantly based on Kareem Abdul Jabar in Game of Death. We couldn't resist, obviously. As of April of 2020, this entry received a texts and illustrations review. Plus a tall glass of Mutants & Masterminds stats.

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Windfall


Windfall was mostly seen during the 1980s and 1990s. She was one of the Masters of Disaster, and a minor member of the Outsiders. Air powers, as you might surmise.

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Heatstroke

(Joanne)

The Masters of Disaster gal with the heat powers. As of February of 2020, this profile was made hotter, and received sizzling M&M stats.

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Power Pack


The "base camp" entry for the Power Pack team of superhuman children during its Simonson/Brigman heydays. To be read before the individual Power Pack profiles. As of February of 2020, the entry was revised to facilitate the rework of the other Power Pack articles.

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Coldsnap

(Darrel)

Cold powers, member of a convenient mercenary villains team. As of February of 2020, this profile was entirely rewritten and restatted.

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Shakedown


From the convenient Masters of Disaster villain team. Vibration powers and "Class 10" strength. As of January of 2020, this profile was entirely rewritten as we upgrade our Masters of Disaster entries. One at a time so it doesn't feel like a landslide.

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New-Wave

(Becky Jones)

The leader of the handy Masters of Disasters themed super-villains theme. New-Wave is a psycho who can turn into large quantities of water. As of January of 2020, we are beginning to pump out revised profiles for the Masters of Disaster. Pumping out... like water ! Get it ? GET IT ?!

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Doctor Katherine Waynesboro

(Part #1 - the 1980s)

A skilled S.H.I.E.L.D. scientist and agent who kept tabs on Bruce Banner, the incredible Hulk. As of November of 2019, this profile was entirely redone. It is also now a three-parter, since there's a lot of ground to cover.

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Destro


One of the most charismatic G.I. Joe enemies. Highly capable weapons dealer. This entry is part of our writeups arc that covers the older, Larry Hama-written, Marvel Comics version of the Joes.

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Rustam

(Dr. Raza Kattuah)

An enemy of the Suicide Squad with a magical fire scimitar. As of November of 2019, this entry had its edge sharpened and received burning, curved M&M stats.

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Gung-Ho

(G.I. Joe)

One of the most enduring G.I. Joe members. Cajun Marine with great strength and (usually) a grenade launcher. This entry is part of our writeups arc that covers the older, Larry Hama-written, Marvel Comics version of the Joes.

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Evil-Lyn

(Masters of the Universe cartoons)

The evil (I mean, that's in the name) witch who's more or less Skeletor's second in command. As you can surmise, she appears in the 1980s He-Man and the Masters of the Universe animated series. Or cartoon, if you prefer.

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American Eagle

(Jason Strongbow) (Part #1 - 1980s)

One of Marvel's Native American super-heroes. Powerful Navaho fighter with enhanced strength and senses. As of October of 2019, this profile is being completely redone as a three-parter.

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