6182 in-depth character profiles from comics, games, movies

Posts Tagged ‘ Chi ’

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Nagi the lancer


Nagi the lancer, a polearms (esp. naginata) expert from the Recettear video game. Also, very lost.
DCH players might note that the Recettear writeups often come with interesting little construct to simulate JRPG character powers (though Nagi may not be the best example, I'll admit. ANYWAY.)
Also her eyes are colour-coordinated with our site, so we appreciate that.

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Charme the Thief


From the video game Recettear, a good example of the thief archetype from Japanese heroic fantasy games. With magical gameplay powers, obvs.

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Vagabond Mugen

(Peter's take)

A second take on Mugen from the Samurai Champloo animé, this time by Peter. Hip-hop raggamuffin medieval Japan swordsman of astounding skill and disastrous attitude.

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Shadow

(Matt Wagner's version)

This is specifically the version of The Shadow who appears in the excellent Year One miniseries by Matt Wagner.

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Iron Fist

(Danny Rand) (gisted profile)

An overview of Iron Fist up to the early 2000s, to hold the line until we can run more detailed research.

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Lady Bullseye


An elite ninja killer and Daredevil foe patterning herself after Bullseye. Martial, acrobatic and body control skills.

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Master Izo


One of the topmost martial artists and ninja masters in the Marvel Universe. He also likes beer.

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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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Foreigner


Probably the greatest spy, infiltrator, assassin and super-agent in the Marvel Universe.

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Trunks

(Future version - androids timeline)

An important character from the Dragonball mega-series, and one of the Human/Saiyan hybrids.

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Decuria


An original villain for DC Comics' Legion of Super-Heroes. Mutant Carggite, so that's nine super-ninja in one.

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Blindside

(Bobbi Chase)

From an ex-S.H.I.E.L.D. special operations squad. Martial arts and stealth.

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Question

(Urban shaman version)

This is the 2005 Elseworld version of The Question, as written by Rick Veitch. This take walks in two worlds as an urban shaman and is even more driven than Ditko's version was.

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Count Dante


Deadliest Man Alive !

Count Danté ! Deadliest Man Alive ! Undefeated Supreme Grand Master of the Fighting Arts ! The World's DEADLIEST FIGHTING SECRETS Can Be Yours... FREE !

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Kwai Chang Caine


The second Kwai Chang Caine in Kung-Fu TV series. So that's the 1990s one, grand-son of the American Old West one, but still played by David Carradine.

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Vegeta


One of the most popular characters from the Dragon Ball saga, with an immense power level that just keeps rising but is seldom enough.

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Batgirl

(Cassandra Cain) (Classic profile)

Batgirl (Cassandra Cain) as depicted by her creator. A very peculiar assassin and martial artist and possibly the most skilled fighter in the world.

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Shades


A minor but recurrent Luke Cage villain from back in the days, and the father of the newer Power Man (Victor Alvarez).

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I-Ching


This elder sage, martial artist and magician was Wonder Woman's mentor back during the late 1960s, when she lost her powers.

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Ichigo Kurosaki


The protagonist of hugely powerful manga Bleach, during the first 27 volumes. Supernatural warrior and protector of the living and the dead.

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Ash Crimson


An atypical martial arts video game protagonist, with pyrokinetic powers. From the King of Fighters series.

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