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Posts Tagged ‘ Animal Powers ’

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Cat-Man

(Ani-Men)

Silver Age mob enforcer in cat-themed light power armour. As of March of 2020, this profile was redone from tail to whiskers as we overhaul our Ani-Men material. As of September of 2021, added Mutants & Masterminds stats.

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Death Adder

(Roland Burrough)

One of the proto-Serpent Society guys, who were pretty cool. Bio-engineered into a a venomous killer. As of September of 2021, this entry received extensive cyber-surgery and is now far deadlier.

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Clayface

(Sondra Fuller)

The fourth Clayface, from a small mythos of horror-themed Batman characters. Shapechanging usual suspect.

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Triax the Terrible


A Man-Beast servant and Adam Warlock enemy, Triax was one of the High Evolutionary's new men. Specifically an uplifted warthog. As of August of 2021, this entry received visual and textual polish, plus Mutants & Masterminds stats.

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Tabur


An obscure cat-man with ties to Tigra. Would-be mastermind conqueror type. As of July of 2021, this entry received minor polishing plus sinister M&M stats.

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Cougar

(Curt Ranklin)

Cat People power-mad scientist with advanced technology. As of July of 2021, this profile had its fur brushed and received M&M stats.

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Marine Marauder II

(Marlene Simmonds)

Obscure maritime DC Comics villainess. Fought the Outsiders, and the Flash. Not a headliner, but quite workable for ocean-based stories.

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Royal Palace

(He-Man and the Masters of the Universe)

Full profile of the Royal Palace in 1980s cartoon He-Man and the Masters of the Universe. People, vehicles, machines, vistas...

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Warden Lieutenant Kell ap Morgan


A quasi-Welsh master archer and ranger, seconded by a big warhound. Kell appears in David Gaider's Dragon Age: The Calling prequel novel. As of April of 2021, finally crafted a portrait for him that fits.

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The Amazing and Stunning Shivangi and her Faithful Companion the Cunning Subarna


A creatively fleshed-out example of a Vanquisher character in the first Torchlight video game. She's an itinerant carnie and sharpshooter with a pet lynx. Both have magical powers. As of April of 2021 I've whipped up a photorealistic custom character model for Shivangi. Thus ending years of frustration about never managing to make a good illustration of the character concept.

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Man-Ape

(M'Baku) (Part 1.1)

A traditional -- and remarkably dangerous -- enemy of the Black Panther. This profile is filled with stuff about Wakandan history and politics, as M'Baku is a much much more interesting character than most people think. Only a fool underestimates the White Gorilla ! As of March of 2021, added a new section about the Gorilla God.

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Red Wolf

(Earth-15513)

This is the Earth-15513 version of Marvel's Red Wolf. Originally from the 1872 pocket reality, and mostly seen during the 2010s. Near-peak-human fighter, adventurer and sheriff.

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Spider-Woman

(Proto-Jessica Drew) (Profile #1 - Goodwin version)

The very first take on Spider-Woman (not yet called Jessica Drew), by Goodwin. It's rather different from what she later become, as the retcons start by her very next appearance. As of December of 2020, this profile has received polishing. Plus icky crawly too many legs Mutants & Masterminds TTRPG stats.

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Paul Lorenze the beast


A guy turned into an evil ape during a 1951 horror anthology comic book story. Obscure, but typical of the comics of the era. As of September of 2020, we painted some M&M stats on. Using a primatic spray spell, see ?

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Mama Odie


The all-singing, all-dancing aged voodoo queen of the bayou in Disney's The Frog and the Princess. Good creole witch.

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Hantu


Weretigress criminal Indonesian revenant forced to fight in a low-fantasy dismal world. Inspired by the niche Din's Curse video game, because I was playing that instead of working.

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Dragonfly

(Ani-Men) (Veronica Dultry)

The oddest member of Marvel Comics' Ani-Men, who's had a cryptic and inexplicable career. But heh, I'm sure this article will get some positive buzz.

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Bird-Man

(Achille DiBacco)

Originally one of those goofy, minor Ani-Men thugs from Marvel Comics. Later became an animalistic demonic undead no-goodnik, because it was a Tuesday.

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Bird-Man

(Ani-Men)

Light winged power armour and a pistol, just as real birds do. Mercenary, obscure villain. As of April of 2020, this profile was entirely rewritten.

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Frog-Man

(Ani-Men)

An obscure Silver Age super-villain who hops. Ani-Men member. As of April of 2020, this profile was entirely rewritten.

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Ape-Man

(Ani-Men)

Silver Age villainous boxer with strength-enhancing exo. Part of a handy but goofy small team of mercenaries, the Ani-Men. As of March of 2020, this small profile was entirely redone. We finally really did it ! We maniacs ! We blew it up !

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Ani-Men

(a.k.a. the Unholy Three)

A minor, odd-looking, oddly enduring team of minor Marvel malefactors.

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Tigra the were-woman

(Greer Nelson profile #2)

Our second profile for Marvel Comics heroine Greer Nelson, depicting her early days as Tigra. During those she was a bit different than in later depictions. As of December of 2019 the illustrations were redone in HD. The text also had its fur brushed, though it was reading better than I remembered.

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Owl

(Leland Owlsley) (Profile #1 - 1964-1975)

One of Daredevil's oldest foes, and a persistent presence in the Marvel Universe underworld. As of November of 2019, this entry is being entirely redone as a four-parter.

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Beast-Man


One of the earliest enemies of He-Man in those 1980s Masters of the Universe cartoons.

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Raccoon


The half-human mobster Raccoon is also an ally of the Nocturnals, as seen in Dan Brereton's painted comics. And thus our Nocturnals writeups arc ends. It's a bit sad.

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Mer-Man

(He-Man and the Masters of the Universe)

One of the recurrent jobber baddies in the 1980s He-Man and the Masters of the Universe cartoons.

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