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Monster-Girl


The strongman of the Guardians of the Globe in the Invincible super-hero universe, dealing with a delicate curse.

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Namor

(Ultimate version)

This is the edgier version of Marvel Comics' Namor from their Ultimate Comics spin-off imprint.

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Mister Fantastic

(Reed Richards) (Ultimate version) (Profile #1)

This is the "Ultimate" version of Reed Richards before he becomes the Maker.

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Thing

(Ben Grimm) (Ultimate version) (Profile #1)

The Ultimate Comics version of the Thing, during the era where he has the usual rock appearance.

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Doctor Doom

(Victor van Damme) (Ultimate version)

The Ultimate Universe version of Doctor Doom, with the physical mutations and N-Zone Great Old One.

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Fantastic Four

(Ultimate version)

The "Ultimate Marvel Universe" version of the Fantastic Four, as they appeared from 2004 to 2014.

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Plutonian

(Dan Hartigan)

A fallen, neurotic, evil version of Superman. As seen in Mark Waid's Irredeemable comics.

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Blue Shield

(Jason Higgins) (Universe AZ version)

An original variant over the Blue Shield idea, with various other influences thrown in.

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Quake

(Daisy Johnson)

Comic book version of Quake (Daisy Johnson) during her time with the Secret Warriors and before. Nick Fury's secret weapon, vibration powers and high potential.

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Gorgon

(Tomi Shishido)

Something of a munchkin nihilistic villain, if you ask me, which you didn't. Super-fighting, super-intelligence, petrification gaze, godslayer katana, telepathy, the works.

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Stonewall

(Jerry Sledge)

The big guy from Marvel's Secret Warriors, with absorption powers not unlike his father's.

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Manifold

(Eden Fesi)

The Australian teleporting bloke seen in Marvel's Secret Warriors series. He later graduated to the Avengers but that was after this profile was done.

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Druid

(Sebastian Druid)

The young magician from Marvel Comics' Secret Warriors series. Son of Doctor Druid.

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Phobos

(Alexander Aaron)

The son of Ares in the Marvel Universe. Primarily seen in the Ares Limited Series and in Secret Warriors.

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Hellfire

(J.T. James of the Secret Warriors)

One of Nick Fury's secret young superhuman recruits (the Secret Warriors) during the late 2000s. Son of the Phantom Rider.

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Slingshot

(Yo-Yo Rodriguez)

The speedster of Marvel Comics' Secret Warriors, Nick Fury and Daisy Johnson' hidden superhuman youths force.

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Iron Man

(Robert Downey, Jr. take) (First movie)

The cinema version of Tony Stark a.k.a. Iron Man as he appears in the first (2008) movie.

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Michael Scofield


The main character from the Prison Break TV show. A gifted (probably too gifted) engineer working on a complex escape plan within a high-security prison to save his brother.

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Wonder Woman

(Animated movie version)

The 2009 animated version in Wonder Woman, which retold her Pérez-style origin sequence.

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Urdnot Wrex


Wrex as he appears during the first two Mass Effect games. A mighty alien mercenary, telekineticist, leader and warrior.

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Echo

(Caroline Farrell) (Profile #1 - Early)

A programmable woman from the Dollhouse Joss Whedon TV show.

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