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Lo Wang

(2013 Shadow Warrior reboot)

The protagonist of the 2013 reboot of the Shadow Warrior action AA video games series. Shallow but gifted thug/hitman who ends up fighting demons.

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Batman

(Thomas Wayne) (Flashpoint timeline)

This is the version of Batman seen in the DC Comics Flashpoint alternate reality. There, it was Thomas Wayne -- Bruce's father -- who became Batman. A grimdark Batman.

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Owlman

(Pre-Crisis version)

A sort of creepy, evil would-be telepathic Batman from another reality. This is the 1964 version, not the Grant Morrison one. As of October of 2019, this profile was reworked using the incredible power of our unparalleled genius brains. And as of April of 2020 a technical review/explanation was appended to the stats, since they're a bit abstract.

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Captain Axis


An obscure and fleeting enemy of the Hulk. Projected Third Reich superhuman warrior with great strength. As of February of 2020, this profile had its hair done and received goosestepping M&M stats.

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Ultraman

(Crime Syndicate of America)

An evil Superman type from another reality. This is the 1964 version, not the Grant Morrison one. He gains super-powers from touching Kryptonite !

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Power Ring

(Pre-Crisis Earth-3)

An evil Green Lantern type from another reality. This is the 1964 version, not the Grant Morrison one.

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Johnny Quick

(Earth-3) (Pre-Crisis version)

This is the 1964 (and thus pre-Crisis) version of the evil speedster from Earth-3's Crime Syndicate of America. As of October of 2019 this entry was redone, since we now have a "base camp" article about the pre-Crisis Crime Syndicate. So the individual profiles can become markedly shorter.

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Superwoman

(Pre-Crisis Earth-3 version) (Crime Syndicate of America)

The 1964 version of Superwoman of the Crime Syndicate of America, sort of like an evil Wonder Woman. As of October of 2019, this profile was entirely redone.

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Crime Syndicate of America

(Earth-3) (Pre-Crisis on Infinite Earths)

This is the original version of the evil Justice League from Earth-3. So, the 1964-1985 take on the concept. "Base camp" article that explains all the things that would be redundant in these guys' individual profiles.

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Luke Cage

(Netflix version) (Part #1)

This is the first part of the big profile for Netflix's version of Luke Cage, played by Mike Colter. It's current up to the end of 2017.

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Firestar

(Angelica Jones) (Comic book version)

The young microwaves-flinger associated with the Hellions, then the X-Men, then the New Warriors, then the Avengers as she hesitantly grew up. This covers Angelica's bio through the 1980s and 1990s. DO NOT INSERT METAL INTO THIS WRITEUP.

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Punisher

(Frank Castle) (Netflix version)

The version of the Punisher who appears in the second of Netflix's adaptation of Daredevil, as played by Jon Bernthal. Spoiler - he uses guns.

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Black Lightning

(Profile #2 - Year One (modern version))

Black Lightning in his early days. This one is based on the 2009 Year One retelling, which was excellent. As of April, 2017 this profile got a good round of improvements and received crackling, buzzing M&M stats.

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Kara of Argo


A curious alternate version of Supergirl (without powers) seen in 1995 in a joint DC/Dark Horse comic, Superman vs. Aliens. She was cool. Profile entirely redone in December of 2016.

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Speed Demon


The main villainous (though he's not always a villain) speedster in the Marvel Universe. He's no Flash, but he can still be a problem. This entry has now been updated with M&M game stats.

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Black Widow

(Marvel Heroes 2015 video game version)

Black Widow (Natalia Romanova), but this time it's the version of the character in the Marvel Heroes 20XX Diablo-like video game. Her equipment is interesting.

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Joker

(DC Tangent version)

This is the Tangent Comics version of the Joker - from a separate DC Comics continuity. Anti-authoritarian, acrobatic vigilante with novelty gadgets and some curiously Batman-like aspects. And she's a curious precursor to Harley Quinn. I thought she was pretty cool, and sadly underused.

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Daredevil

(Netflix version) (Season 1)

A profile for the version of DD on Netflix, during the first season - as played by Charlie Cox. Comes with videos and full technical design notes.

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Shadow

(Matt Wagner's version)

This is specifically the version of The Shadow who appears in the excellent Year One miniseries by Matt Wagner.

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Margo Lane

(Matt Wagner's The Shadow: Year One)

The version of Margo Lane -- The Shadow's "friend and companion" -- appearing in Matt Wagner's excellent The Shadow: Year One for Dynamite Comics.

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XCom Project

(Organization profile)

The XCom Project in 2012 video games XCom: Enemy Unknown and XCom: Enemy Within has essentially no background. So here is a complete, and completely made-up, one with a full history and explanations about how stuff works and why.

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Rigged Man

(Brigade Chimerique version) (L'Homme Truqué)

1920s French super-hero from the superb graphic novels The Chimera Brigade - a war veteran whose eyes were replaced with "electric vision".

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Snow White

(Walt Disney version)

This profile is for the 1937 Walt Disney cartoon version, which you might remember has super-powers.

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Superman X


The Man from the Edge of Tomorrow !

This far future version of Superman appeared during the 2006-2007 run of the Legion of Super-Heroes animated series on the CW. He's named Kel Ell and has somewhat different powers.

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Catwoman 1M

(One Million profile)

The far, far future of Catwoman from the DC One Million event by Grant Morrison.

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Giganta

(Post-Crisis version)

The version of Giganta that existed and fought Wonder Woman during the 2000s. She's really powerful, actually - and an interesting character.

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Ultra Boy

(Profile #1 - Earliest Silver Age)

The very first version of Ultra-Boy of the Legion of Super-Heroes, which was soon retconned away. In this take he had a triad of vision powers, more powerful than Superboy's !

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Babeng Linta

(Leech Lady)

One of the four super-villainesses that returned in the 2009 Darna series. Blood and powers vampire.

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