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Colleen Wing

(Part #1 - the 1970s)

Colleen Wing as she appeared in Iron Fist stories during the 1970s. P.I., martial artist, samurai. As of July of 2018, this profile was entirely redone at long, long last. As of June of 2020, added Mutants & Masterminds stats since her BFF just received her own.

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American Eagle

(Jason Strongbow) (Part #1 - 1980s)

One of Marvel's Native American super-heroes. Powerful Navaho fighter with enhanced strength and senses. As of October of 2019, this profile is being completely redone as a three-parter.

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Venture 2099


A cyberpunk combat and tracker cyborg. From the 2099 possible future of the Marvel Universe. As of June of 2018, this profile was entirely overhauled by our crack team of cyberdocs.

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Tessa the Magekiller


A crafty, finessing young mercenary specialised in hard jobs against the supernatural. From the Greg Rucka Magekillers comic books in the Dragon Age heroic fantasy setting.

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Marius the magekiller


Marus the Magekiller (spoiler - he kills mages) is one of the two co-protagonists in the Dragon Age: Magekiller (spoiler - it's in the Dragon Age universe) comic books by Greg Rucka. Altered, magic-resistant combat monster.

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Xena, warrior princess

(Part #1)

Our larger, more modern writeup for the great and mighty Xena during her 1990s action/adventure TV series. From bloodthirsty ancient warlord (well, warlady) to epic fantasy heroine for good! As of May of 2018, this profile was cleft into three parts through careful use of a chakram. Because it may have been a tiny bit long, yeah.

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Barb Wire

(Comic book version) (part #1)

The comic book version of Barb Wire as she was during the 1990s. She's more interesting than you may think. Skilled bounty huntress with lots of grit, a Harley and some surprising gadgets and friends. As of February of 2018, this profile has been split in two and slightly overhauled, since it was a tad too long.

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Nekev Nisrok the bounty hunter

(Profile #1 - Early)

A sample, hardcore bounty huntress working for the Empire during the Old Republic era (specifically the Cold War era), as explored in Star Wars: the Old Republic. One mean Rattataki who'll take any Mandalorian at their own game.

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Wulf Sternhammer


Johnny Alpha's buddy in the old Strontium Dog stories in Starlord and 2000 AD. A big Viking berserker who adapted pretty well to far future technology, combat and cucumbers.

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The Will and Lying Cat


A space bounty hunter and killer with an alien panther that unfailingly detects lies. Cool characters from Saga, one of Image Comics' biggest commercial and critical hits.

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Milly Thompson


From the famous manga and animé Trigun. A large insurance agent with a less-than-lethal gun and more brains than you'd think.

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Layla

(L.E.G.I.O.N.)

Tough, super-strong space cop, space punk and space bounty hunter.

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Urdnot Wrex


Wrex as he appears during the first two Mass Effect games. A mighty alien mercenary, telekineticist, leader and warrior.

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Zero

(Zero Killer)

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

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Vengeance

(Green Arrow enemy)

Masked, heavily armed but low-powered bounty hunter. Obscure Green Arrow (Oliver Queen) enemy.

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Grimjack

(Early)

Classic indie comics fare from the early 1980s. Transdimensional adventurer, hard man and enforcer in an everything-and-the-kitchen-sink setting.

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Manhunter

(Mark Shaw)

One of DC Comics' most notable Manhunter characters. This is the one who shone in the 1988 Ostrander/Yale Manhunter series.

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