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Gorgon

(Doctor Mortimer)

The Dr. Octopus-like Earth-8 Extremists member. Tentacles.

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Tracer

(Vincent Cade)

The equivalent of Sabretooth on a DC Comics parallel Earth. Extremists member.

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Lord Havok


A DC Comics expy of Doctor Doom. This profile is about the version seen during the Countdown event.

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Aquaman

(Rob Raymond)

The "Imagine Stan Lee..." version of Aquaman, as a a quasi-liquid creature.

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Captain

(Isaiah Bradley) (Universe AZ version)

The version of Captain America (Isaiah Bradley) that exists in the original Universe AZ.

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Captain America

(Isaiah Bradley (Alternate universe version))

This is a parallel Earth version of Captain America (Isaiah Bradley) that was but briefly seen in the comics. The profile recaps what is known and explore possible stats and scenarios.

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Wonder Woman

(Maria Mendoza)

This is Maria Mendoza, the version of Wonder Woman seen in the Imagine Stan Lee... comic books. Super-heroic Peruvian sun goddess.

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Batman

(Wayne Williams)

What Batman would have been had he been created by Stan Lee back in the days, as seen in a DC Comics Elseworld book.

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Sentinel

(Maxwell Liberty)

The Superman analogue in the Silver Age Sentinels super-hero RPG of the early 2000s.

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Red Hood

(Jason Todd) (Animated version)

The animated DCU version of the Red Hood (Jason Hood), in the 2010 Batman: Under the Red Hood movie. A sort of Batman-trained Punisher.

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Captain Thunder

(Thor | Captain Marvel amalgam)

Original PBEM character, who is an amalgam of Marvel's Thor and DC's Captain Marvel.

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Captain Gamma

(Hulk | Captain Atom amalgam)

An imaginary super-hero, Captain Gamma, who's a mix of the Incredible Hulk and Captain Atom and the Power Rangers.

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Superman

(Hominid71's Elseworld)

A customised version of Superman used in Hominid 71's campaign, with additional rules bits.

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Red Raven

(Daniel Hall (AZ Universe))

A homemade variant on the Red Raven, mixing Marvel, DC and others.

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Apollo

(The Authority)

The Superman-with-solar-aspects-played up powerhouse of Stormwatch and later of the Authority.

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Midnighter

(Peter's profile)

Our more modern writeup for the Authority's Mdinighter, their super-Batman-Wolverine.

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Fly

(Jason Troy)

A traditional MLJ/Archie super-hero with, well, fly powers (like Spider-Man has spider powers). Here we cover the 1992/92 version as published on the !MPACT imprint.

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Lockdown

(Jomo Kimanye)

A sort of alt-reality Egyptian Negative Zone Batman, whom the Fantastic Four encountered in 1999.

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Destroyer

(Keene Marlow) (MAX version)

The Marvel MAX version of the Destroyer (Keene), as seen in the 2009 LS by Kirkman. Super-strong super-soldier.

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Clark Kent

(Smallville TV show)

This is Clark Kent pre-Superman as seen during the 2000s on the Smallville hit TV show.

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Zsa Zsa Zaturnnah

(Ze moveeh and musical)

A spoof of Filipina super-heroine Darna, with added gender bending. A sort of goofy Captain Marvel figure.

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Doctor Spectrum

(Alice Nugent)

The fourth (as of this writing) Doctor Spectrum, who appeared in the mid-2000s in Thunderbolts. She had appearances well before that, though.

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Joker

(Heath Ledger take)

The version of the Joker memorable played by Heath Ledger in the 2008 Batman movie The Dark Knight.

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Superman

(Kaleb)

The Superman from the far, Lutho-dominated future, seen in the 1996 Superman Annuals.

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Fallen Angel

(Lee)

A fascinating character who is, well, what it says on the tin. Powerful mystical sort-of-protector-but-not-really.

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