Posts Tagged ‘ Espionage ’

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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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Taurus

(Cornelius van Lunt)

An old-school Avengers mastermind villain, with convenient hooks for use in a RPG campaign. Cornelius van Lunt was the secret master of the best-known version of the Zodiac conspiracy.

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Hacker

(Jack Marshall)

A forgotten but very interesting DC Comics character. A hacker who had his own DC Universe comic book during the early 1990s.

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Peacemaker

(Christopher Smith) (Charlton version)

The Peacemaker as he appeared at Charlton Comics circa 1967. These weren't necessarily the best comics of their time. Generally speaking.

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KGBeast

(Profile #1 - classic)

A powerhouse Batman villain as he appeared in 1988. His later appearances are covered in a second writeup, so this one is the classic KGBeast.

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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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Jimmy Woo

(Profile #1 - the 1950s)

This is Jimmy as he was portrayed during the 1950s in Yellow Claw stories published by Atlas Comics, the ancestor of Marvel Comics.

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Captain Marvel

(Mar-Vell)

Gisted version of Captain Marvel (Mar-Vell) at his height - with the nega-bands, solar powers, cosmic awareness, etc.

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Hanna

(Saoirse Ronan in the eponymous movie)

A 15-year old super-agent/soldier from a defunct breeding program. From a cool 2011 action thriller.

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Man-Beast


A foe of Adam Warlock, Thor, the Hulk and others. Bestial evil and an endless array of powers, resources, technology, servants, etc.

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Steel Raven

(Aranda Charboneau)

A highly competent super-agent type, apparently with ties to the Weapon Plus project. Was left under-developed due to a cancelled comic, so she's not a bad foundation to build on.

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Lady Vermin

(Comic book version)

An uplifted but not humanoid rat serving with her fellow Knights of Wundagore.

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Malice

(Nakia)

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

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General Softly

(The M.A.N. from S.H.A.D.O.W.)

The M.A.N. from S.H.A.D.O.W.. Clandestine fake military project, seen in Marvel's The Order.

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Titanium Man

(Boris Bullski) (Profile #1 - 1960s and 1970s)

A classic power-armoured baddie in the Marvel Universe, part 1 of 3.

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Count Vertigo


A DC Comics minor villain, best-known for his appearances as a Suicide Squad member and psychological problems.

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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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Golem

(Hayoth)

The Israeli superhuman seen during the early 1990s in Suicide Squad. Body composition alteration.

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Razor-Fist

(Douglas Scott)

The "main" Razor-Fist in the Marvel Universe, as he's the one who had the most appearances and character development.

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Razor-Fist

(William Scott)

The third bloke to go by Razor-Fist, he only appeared once (officially). What he does can be guessed from the picture.

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