Posts Tagged ‘ Espionage ’

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Lady Eve


Deadly, scheming XO (then leader) of the global Kobra death cult. Mostly fought the Outsiders (and Robin).

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Blue Streak

(Don Thomas)

An obscure late 1970s Captain America villain on roller skates. Disco fever ! As of January of 2022, received M&M stats.

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Doctor Barbara “Bobbi” Morse

(Profile #1 - before Mockingbird 1971-1973)

This is where our chronological series of profiles for Mockingbird (Dr. Barbara "Bobbi" Morse) starts. So, her early 1970s Ka-Zar (lord of the jungle !) material with the bright red rompers. At this point she's not Mockingbird yet.

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Leon Kennedy

(Part #1 - The 1990s)

Leon Kennedy as he appears in early Resident Evil survival horror video games. As of October of 2021, this profile was entirely redone and updated. Due to its length, it is now a three-parter.

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Mirage

(Miriam Delgado)

Minor and semi-forgotten New Titans character, but she seems to still have a small fan base 20+ years later. Shape-changer, guerilla and survivor from an apocalyptic future.

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Necroscope

(Harry Keogh) (Early)

A super-medium in a series of horror novels by Brian Lumley. As of April of 2021, this old old profile has received some illustrations.

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Jack Crow


Big tough modern-day vampires hunter. One of the main characters in John Steakley's 1990 novel Vampire$. As of April of 2021, added some photorealistic portraits of the big guy.

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Maverick

(Christopher Nord) (Profile #1)

A spy/commando/assassin type with mutant powers, heavy hardware and decades of experience. As of April of 2021, this profile is being wholly redone as a two-parter. And yes, that's some very 1993 art right here.

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Silent Majority


A member of the Force of July that fought Batman & the Outsiders back during the 1980s. Self-replication power. As of March of 2021, this profile has received M&M stats.

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Sparkler


Part of the Force of July team that fought Batman & the Outsiders during the 1980s. Heat/energy powers. As of March of 2021, this profile has received incandescent Mutants & Masterminds game stats.

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Blackbird

(Gretchen Zeller)

A German ally of Captain America and (especially) Bucky during World War Two.

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Mayflower

(Force of July)

From the Force of July (1980s Batman & the Outsiders enemies). Plant control powers. As of February of 2021, this profile has received hard-pollinatin' Mutants & Masterminds stats.

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Major Victory

(Bill Vickers)

The ultra-patriotic leader of the original Force of July (the 1980s Batman & the Outsiders villains). Strength-enhancing and flight-capable costume. As of February of 2021, this entry has received star-spangled Mutants & Masterminds stats.

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Cammy White

(Tom's profile)

The "Killer Bee" from the Street Fighters video games. Amnesiac super-soldier. As of February of 2021, this old profile was rewritten and updated.

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Captain Nazi

(1940s version)

This is the original, 1940s version of this enemy of Captain Marvel in Fawcett Comics. As of January of 2021, this profile has had its style/clarity/readability edits, and received its Mutants und Masterminds game stats.

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Atom

(Ray Palmer)

The Silver Age Atom (Ray Palmer) from the very beginning up to Blackest Night inclusive. As of December of 2020, this entry was split in two parts. This may seem like a small thing, but it helps slower readers not shrink away from long texts.

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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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Vanguard

(Nicolai Krylenko) (Part 1)

One of the main Russian (and formerly Soviet) Marvel Comics superhumans. Reflective force-field, beefiness, hammer and sickle. As of November of 2020, this profile is being entirely redone as a two-parter.

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Davy Tenzer

(King David)

DC Comics' Davy Tenzer is the Biblical King David, but as a 1970s immortal anti-terror international singing super-spy. Sometimes, he fights snake aliens.

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Nails

(Joanie Eaton)

S.H.I.E.L.D. bare-handed fighting expert agent. As of October of 2020, we decided to buff this profile with M&M stats to make it punchier.

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Darkstar

(Layna Petrovna) (Part #1)

One of the major Russian super-heroes. Darkforce powers. As of October of 2020, this profile is being entirely redone as a comprehensive two-parter. Что отличный.

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Agent Tia Senyaka

(S.H.I.E.L.D.)

Another agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., mostly for those Marvel Universe campaigns where S.H.I.E.L.D. plays an important role. More of a technical type, but fairly senior.

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Marvel Boy I

(Martin Simon Burns)

The very first, 1940 anti-Nazi Marvel Boy (Martin Burns). As of October of 2020, added a bit of polish plus anamiktomythological M&M game stats.

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Soviet Super-Soldiers


The core Soviet heroes during the 1980s in the Marvel Universe. As determined by our five-year industrial plan, this team profile explains all the basics so the individual character profiles do not have to.

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Madame Hydra a.k.a. Viper

(Ophelia Sarkissian) (Part #1 - Origins and ghosts)

This covers the Viper (Ophelia Sarkissian)’s early life and her original career as Madame Hydra, during the early 1970s. That's the Jim Steranko era. So hang on to your fez, true believers ! As of May of 2020, this profile was entirely redone. We cut it once, and two shall take its place. More, actually.

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Katriel


One sharp spy and assassin (or "bard", as they say in Orlais). She appears in the Dragon Age prequel novel, The Stolen Throne. Katriel played a critical role in the Fereldan War of Liberation... and, in a way, beyond. As of February of 2020, added a section about Dragon Age: The Calling.

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Captain Q

(Adam West)

A small profile for the character played by Adam West in 1965 TV commercials for powdered chocolate. Even though that makes no sense.

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