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Posts Tagged ‘ Black African-ish ancestries ’

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Kolu M’Beya


The weaponsmith in the landmark 1973-74 Manhunter story. Useful character in international gritty thriller stories - and others.

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Cottonmouth

(Burchell Clemens) (Serpent Society)

One of these oh-so handy Serpent Society baddie types. He's the one with the killer cyber-jaws.

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Vixen

(Mari McCabe)

This covers Vixen's comic book career, and discusses various interesting animal powers.

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Patriot

(Elijah Bradley)

From the Young Avengers, the grandson of the original Captain America (Isaiah Bradley).

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Falcon


Gisted profile about the Falcon (Sam WIlson), one of Captain America's closest allies.

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Zawadi


A mysterious Wakandan adventuress during the 1950s. Enhanced physical power, jungle skills.

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Gunshot


Heavily-armed super-soldier type, and JLA enemy as a New Extremists member.

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Crowbar


An empowered street tough. Good general super-bruiser, albeit not very powerful.

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Black Panther

(Shuri)

The sister of the original Black Panther (T'Challa), who assumed the mantle for a while. She's bad news.

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Black Panther

(T'Challa) (Christopher Priest era)

This is the Black Panther (T'Challa) during the landmark, if confusing, run written by Christopher Priest. For Wakanda !

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Shaka Zulu

(As portrayed by Henry Cele)

The version of the great Zulu leader featured in the 1986 mini-series, as famously played by Henry Cele.

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Onyx

(Pre-Crisis version)

A minor Green Arrow character, who appeared in 1985/86. Young, sheltered, paranoid martial artist.

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Steel

(John Henry Irons) (Profile #1 - Year One)

Steel (John Henry Irons) during his early career after Superman's death and return. Physically and intellectually gifted man with power armour and a big hammer.

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Malice

(Nakia)

A psychotic enemy of the Black Panther, with enhanced speed and agility.

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Queen Divine Justice


A rather opinionated Wakandan-American lass playing a particular role in both the Black Panther's and the Man-Ape's entourage. Also has vibranium boots.

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Amanda Waller

(Yale-Ostrander original take)

Huge profile for the classic Amanda "the Wall" Waller, as written by John Ostrander and Kim Yale. Though this important character was later poorly handled, this is the real deal.

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Black Lightning

(Profile #1 - Year One (original version))

This covers Black Lightning as he appeared from 1977 to shortly after the Crisis, using only data from this era. Olympic champ, legendary teacher and electrically-powered street vigilante.

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Mollaka


The parkour master whom James Bond chases in the 2006 version of Casino Royale.

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Nighthawk

(Kyle Richmond) (Supreme Power version)

This is the Supreme Power version of Marvel Comics' Squadron Supreme's Nighthawk. The one chronicle by Straczynski in his 2003 remake. Militant Black Batman, essentially.

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Aqualad

(Kaldur'ahm)

The version of Aqualad in the well-regarded Young Justice animated TV series. Young Atlantean warrior-leader with powers over water and electricity.

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Mongrel


Young and angry flying blaster anti-hero from the infamous 1993 Bloodlines annual event.

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