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Buck Wild


Buck Wild, Mercenary Man ! A Milestone Comics character who was both a good (if over-the-top) guy and a parody of various 1970s Black super-heroes (primarily "disco-era Luke Cage").

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Dracula

(Super Friends cartoon version)

The version of Dracula that appeared in a goofy 1978 episode of the Super-Friends cartoon. Not that there's any other kind.

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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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Wonder Woman

(Animated movie version)

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

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Rapunzel

(Disney's Tangled version)

The Disney, modernized version of the character as she appears in Tangled. With her magic, animated, healing hair.

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Green Goblin

(Willem Dafoe movie version)

The Green Goblin as he appeared in the 2002 Spider-Man movie, played by Willem Dafoe.

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Kato Hayashi

(Matt Wagner take)

The chauffeur and partner of the Green Hornet, active during the 1930s and 1940s. This is the Matt Wagner retelling version.

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Green Hornet

(Britt Reid) (Matt Wagner take for Dynamite)

One of the essential mystery men - masked vigilantes from the pulps and radio series. Tremble, evil !

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Ghost Rider

(Nicolas Cage movie version)

The *movie* version of the Rider - specifically the version played by Nicholas Cage in the Extended Cut of the 2007 movie. As a movie it didn't set the world on (hell)fire, but this version of the character isn't a bad take in itself.

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Doorman


From the Great Lakes Avengers... Initiative... X-Men... whatever a living portal into the Darkforce.

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Vai

(Elseworld Legion)

A variant take on DC Comics' Shrinking Violet of the Legion of Super-Heroes, in a completely different future where things aren't too good and the Legion is a fully military unit.

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Mink


An expy of the Silver Age Catwoman appearing in Marvel's Squadron Supreme comics. Themed costumed lady thief type.

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Skylark aka Lady Lark


A member of Marvel Comics' Squadron Supreme. Originally the Black Canary expy, though she later became something of a Hawkwoman equivalent too.

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Blue Eagle


The minor Hawkman-like bloke in the Squadron Supreme. Useful due to being generic and obscure.

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Whizzer

(Stanley Stewart)

Our older Whizzer notes, mostly about the DCH stats of this Flash expy in the Marvel Universe.

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Black Archer

(aka Golden Archer) (aka Hawkeye)

The archetypal archer super-hero, as seen in Marvel Comics' Squadron Supreme stories.

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Hyperion

(Mark Milton)

The mostly-1980s version of Hyperion, one of Marvel Comics' Superman equivalents. Quasi-Kryptonian power level.

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Brute

(Reed Richards)

A memorable 1970s Fantastic Four - the evil Reed Richards from another Earth, with a monstrously strong super-powered form.

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Weapon Brown

(Alternate future Charlie Brown)

A parody of Charlie Brown (from Peanuts) as a post-apocalyptic tough guy cyberpsycho. Yes, somebody did that.

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Iceman

(Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends cartoon version)

That's the version of Iceman who was in the 1981-1983 Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends cartoon series. Yeah, the one with Ms. Lion. Sigh. Ms. Lion...

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Blossom

(Universe AZ version)

The version of Blossom of the Powerpuff Girls that exists in Universe AZ.

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Firestar

(Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends cartoon version)

This is the original, 1980s cartoon version of Firestar (in Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends). Flying heat wielder.

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Spider-Man

(Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends cartoon version)

The version of Spider-Man (Peter Parker) that appears in 1981-83 cartoon series Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends.

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