Posts Tagged ‘ Black African-ish ancestries ’

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Raitha McCann


From one of my favourite Astro City comics, the exec assistant of the equivalent of Doctor Strange. That's a tough job.

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The Jackson

(Astro City)

A mutated fanatical warrior from a dystopic future. Seen in a notable story of the excellent Astro City series by Kurt Busiek.

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The Box

(Astro City)

An insane cyborg killer from a seemingly dystopian future. From Kurt Busiek's great Astro City comic books.

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Corporal Jackson

(American Ninja)

A badass soldier, body builder and karateka seen in 1980s schlock movie American Ninja. He was cool.

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Ace Harlem


A very early (1947) African-American comic book hero, from the pages of the sole issue of All-Negro Comics. Ace Harlem is a talented police detective operating in, well, Harlem.

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Violet

(Fallout New Vegas)

A tough and very evil gang notable from Fallout New Vegas. Dogs trainer and pack leader.

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Invisible Boy


He has no skill and an absurdly useless super-power, but by Jove Invisible Boy is going to a real super-hero. From the Mystery Men super-comedy.

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Doctor Harris Blaine


A very minor Batman ally, but he was in a classic story. Having some references to his work or even a flashback appearance could be cool.

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Power Man

(Victor Alvarez)

Marvel's third Power Man, the young Victor Alvarez from Spanish Harlem. Lifeforce manipulation power enhancing his strength and speed.

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Black Talon

(Samuel Barone)

Perhaps the top zombies expert in the Marvel Universe, and a competent vaudou occultist and criminal.

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Lone Wanderer

(Dr. Athena Griffin)

Our sample Lone Wanderer - the Player Character in the Fallout 3 video game. As usual with our video game sample PCs, the profile also serves as a vehicle to present the setting.

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4-D aka 4D


From the International Ultramarine Corps, energy/dimensions manipulator not unlike a Green Lantern.

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Mayme


An obscure Batman & The Outsiders villain. He becomes kinda cool if you triple down on the 1980s-ness.

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Cyborgirl


A minor foe of Wonder Woman and Cyborg. Convenient, mercenary-ish quasi-villainess.

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Hardware

(Curt Metcalf)

The Tony Stark figure at Milestone Comics, with power armour and corporate intrigue.

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Icon

(Augustus Freeman IV)

Milestone Comics' flagship super-hero, a sort of Superman figure.

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Rocket

(Raquel Ervin)

One of the coolest kid sidekicks around, who worked with Milestone Comics' Icon back in the 1990s.

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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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Static

(Comic book version)

This is Static as created and written by Dwayne McDuffie in the 1990s Milestone Comics books. Young hero with electrical powers.

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Morpheus

(The Matrix)

Morpheus as he appears primarily in the original The Matrix (1999).

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Zero

(Zero Killer)

A dangerous fighter and manhunter living in subermerged post-nuclear New York City.

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