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

Posts Tagged ‘ Gadgeteer ’

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Ivy

(Isabella Valentine)

One of the most famous characters in the Soul Calibur fighting video games. Magical whip-sword, martial arts, alchemy. As of January of 2019, this profile was rewritten, updated, upgraded. Generally, we've made it more well-rounded.

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Carina Nekhjevani

(Ziggurat video game)

A made-up heroic fantasy character, inspired by minor Heretic/Hexen-like video game Ziggurat. Young legless alchemist with a thousand grudges, and a magical arsenal. As the song goes, odds are she won't live to see tomorrow.

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Master Bison

(Tom's profile) (A.k.a. Vega)

The famous Big Bad in early Street Fighter video games. Super-martial-artist, crime lord, technologist, psychic. As of December of 2018, Tom harnessed his dreaded Psycho Power and punched this old profile of his into shape. Also, we're now using the US version of the names since sticking to the Japanese one was more confusing.

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Destructor

(Kerwin Korman)

An early, obscure foe of Ms. Marvel (Carol Danvers) with a powerful tachyon blast and science and engineering skills. He's very late Silver Age/early Bronze Age in style as well as in chronology. As of November of 2018, this entry has been revised for concision, then brought up to date.

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Mister Who


An obscure yet perfectly viable enemy of Doctor Fate, mostly seen during the 1940s. Growth and (sometimes) physical adaptation/morphing powers. Criminal mastermind type.

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Monster

(Jason Rogers)

One of the notable enemies of the Justice Society of America during the 1940s - there aren't that many, really. He's a cliché yet he works pretty well.

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Future Man

(Timely Comics)

A 1946 proto-Marvel time-travelling villain, who fought the All-Winners (the post-War version of the Invaders, more or less). He's confirmed to have existed in the Marvel Universe, and seems useful.

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Mister Kline the Assassin


A strange, sinister manipulator from the far future. He appeared in an early sort of Marvel crossover, back during the 1970s. As of July of 2018, this profile was upgraded, received HD illustrations, and got time-travelling psychotic M&M stats.

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Deadly Nightshade

(Tilda Johnson) (Part #2 - the 1990s and 2000s)

This is the second part of our Deadly Nightshade profile, with a link to the first. Artificial werewolves ! Captain America with fur ! Harlem mobs ! Genetically engineering dragons ! Brain surgery ! The Black Panther ! Twice ! And more !

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Deadly Nightshade

(Tilda Johnson) (Part #1 - the 1970s and 1980s)

A polymath mad scientist who started out as teenage girl from the ghetto. Nightshade brings a *lot* to the table, from her innumerable inventions and weapons to her career, moral ambiguities and character growth. As of July of 2018, this profile is being cleft in two shorter profiles.

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Faceless One


Devious space alien mastermind and technologists (and perhaps weapons dealer). As of May of 2018, this entry was reviewed, had its illustrations redone, and received M&M stats that may actually be sinister alien robots.

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Sarnak, Master of the Army of Fear


Urban horror villain with special sonics and an army of near-C.H.U.D.s. Fought the Werewolf by Night back the days. As of March of 2018, this profile was overhauled and given sonically-engineered M&M stats.

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S.T.O.R.M. and the Gene Dogs


One of 'em sekrit comic book hi-tech organisations. This covert law enforcement body with slightly superhuman soldiers was seen in early 1990s Marvel UK comic books.

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Hawkeye

(Clint Barton) (gisted profile)

A gisted entry for Hawkeye (Clint Barton) in general. Lots of trick arrows, a brisk review of his career and various other bits about this classic Avenger. It should hold the line if you don't need a precise coverage of a specific era. As of December of 2017, this profile now has M&M arrows in its quiver.

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Flux Dabes, interstellar courier


It's not an easy job, being a space trucker. But Flux is good at it, and has all sorts of cunning resources if she ever were to crash on a weird planet because of a mad evil scientist doing evil space science and occasionally murdering the goat plant people. Hypothetically, I mean. Flux is from the Crashlands video game. The entry...

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Professor Q

(Saahira)

From the odd but attaching (and quite defunct) The Monarchy comics in 2001-2002. Super-intelligent computing goddess. As of November of 2017, this profile received quantum-computed M&M stats.

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Condor

(Nova enemy)

An old-school brainy, megalomaniac mastermind without much of a twist. Heh, that can be useful. Also, wings. As of October of 2017, the Condor's pasa has been overhauled, updated and received highly intelligent M&M stats.

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Donald Pierce, the White King


The classic appearances of this evil cybernetic tycoon and former Hellfire Club member (as the White Bishop). Best known as a deadly enemy of the X-Men and Wolverine.

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Harpy

(Iris Phelios)

A Batman enemy working for Maxie Zeus. Low-street-level but decent skills and gear, and nice style. As of June 2017 this profile was revised, and received steel-feathered, feast-spoiling M&M stats.

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Javelin


A very Silver Age bad guy who fought Green Lantern. But you'll have to read to learn what is his weapon of choice ! As of June, 2017, this profile has been revised. It also now has an arsenal of M&M stats it can throw pretty far.

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Rick Sanchez

(Rick & Morty)

The transdimensional, interglactic, dysfunctional evil genius from the fan-favourite Rick & Morty parody cartoon.

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Claret Spencer

(Skyborn video game)

A gifted mechanic, a competent gunfighter, a brazen pilot, and not exactly conflict-avoidant. Claret Spencer is the heroine of a small computer RPG called Skyborn, and a good steampunk/fantasy heroine.

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Specialist Nina Markovic

(How to survive video game)

An example, fleshed-out zombie apocalypse survivor from minor video game How to Survive. She believes in do-it-yourself industrial chainsaws and dual-jerrycan flamethrowers and, well, it's hard to argue that point.

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Queen Kala


An old-school Marvel Comics character, ruler of the underground realm of Netherworld ! Comes with explanations about Netherworld's history, equipment to use during the Winter Olympics of Peril, stuff like that.

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Human Ants of the Sixth Continent


Strange not-quite-people from an improbable underground not-culture. These appeared during the 1970s in the Luc Orient Franco-Belgian adventure comics.
Now with much better illustrations and upgraded texts and DC Adventures game stats.

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Phantom Rider

(Carter Slade) (Hamilton Slade, too) (Doug's take)

The Ghost Rider a.k.a. the Phantom Rider a.k.a. the Night Rider. Marvel Comics' Old West vigilante who convincingly pretended to be an avenging ghost. This profile also includes material about his descendant, who did get the power to turn into an avenging ghost.

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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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Captain Mytasha Shiv, totally not a smuggler

(Profile #1 - Early)
The exceptionally honest and refreshingly law-abiding Captain Shiv.

A sample smuggler Player Character during the Old Republic of the Star Wars universe (Legends division). Free-wheeling, sassy lioness person with a blaster, a ship and a talent for having talents.

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Doctor Carlo Strange


A very early, obscure Iron Man villain. He could have been a great Marvel science mastermind if he'd had a little something more.

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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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