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

Posts Tagged ‘ Espionage ’

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Doctor Poison

(Princess Maru)

A Golden Age Imperial Japanese enemy of Wonder Woman, specialised in drugs and toxins.

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Quake

(Daisy Johnson)

Comic book version of Quake (Daisy Johnson) during her time with the Secret Warriors and before. Nick Fury's secret weapon, vibration powers and high potential.

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Gorgon

(Tomi Shishido)

Something of a munchkin nihilistic villain, if you ask me, which you didn't. Super-fighting, super-intelligence, petrification gaze, godslayer katana, telepathy, the works.

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Stonewall

(Jerry Sledge)

The big guy from Marvel's Secret Warriors, with absorption powers not unlike his father's.

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Manifold

(Eden Fesi)

The Australian teleporting bloke seen in Marvel's Secret Warriors series. He later graduated to the Avengers but that was after this profile was done.

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Druid

(Sebastian Druid)

The young magician from Marvel Comics' Secret Warriors series. Son of Doctor Druid.

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Phobos

(Alexander Aaron)

The son of Ares in the Marvel Universe. Primarily seen in the Ares Limited Series and in Secret Warriors.

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Hellfire

(J.T. James of the Secret Warriors)

One of Nick Fury's secret young superhuman recruits (the Secret Warriors) during the late 2000s. Son of the Phantom Rider.

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Slingshot

(Yo-Yo Rodriguez)

The speedster of Marvel Comics' Secret Warriors, Nick Fury and Daisy Johnson' hidden superhuman youths force.

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Echo

(Caroline Farrell) (Profile #1 - Early)

A programmable woman from the Dollhouse Joss Whedon TV show.

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Doctor Liara T’Soni

(Profile #1 - Mass Effect)

This is strictly Liara as she appears in the *first* Mass Effect video game. Cute, dorky alien xenoarchaeologist with a lot of brainpower and psionic oomph.

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Namora

(Modern version)

This is Namora the Sea Queen as she appears in Agents of Atlas Marvel Comics. Essentially, she's a "sub-mariner" like Namor.

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Venus

(Agents of Atlas) version

Venus as she appears in the successive Agents of Atlas Marvel Comics series. Because all you need is love.

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Uranian

(Bob Grayson profile #2 - Agent of Atlas)

The version of Bob Grayson a.k.a. Marvel Boy III as he appears in modern days among the Agents of Atlas - as the Uranian. Super-advanced part-alien high-tech psychic.

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Bryan Mills


A fairly typical 2000s action movie protagonist, played by Liam Neeson in the surprise hit movie Taken.

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Nikita


A French hitwoman with a peculiar conditioning and training. From the 1990, original version of the movie La Femme Nikita.

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Gitane

(Carmen Bayle) (Everquest II)

Our main example of an Everquest 2 character, with various bits of background about the setting.

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Alpha

(Dollhouse)

A dangerous man with an arsenal of skilled personalities. Alan Tudyk in Joss Whedon's Dollhouse TV serial.

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EDI aka E.D.I. aka Ee-Dee

(Enhanced Defense Intelligence)

The sophisticated Artificial Intelligence that plays an increasingly important role as the events of Mass Effect 2 unfold. She also does cyberwarfare in space and that sexy, sexy voice.

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Brit


The invulnerable old soldier seen in various Invincible-related comics.

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Lady Shiva

(Profile #1 - the 1970s)

The first chronconned profile for Lady Shiva. This one is about her 1970s appearances in Richard Dragon, Kung Fu Fighter, because everybody was kung-fu fightin'.

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Kempo


A ruthless, opportunistic criminal from Steve Ditko's Shade the Changing Man series back in the days. He also packs electric gloves from his dimension.

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Toro

(Antonio Rojo)

Obscure Marvel Comics pseudo-Cuban Communist villain of the 1960s. Strong dude with horned helmet.

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Widowmaker

(Dovecote guards captain)

A grandmaster martial artist and security expert who once went toe-to-toe against Captain America.

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