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Pyremus Heraklyon


A powerful dragon descended from Hercules, who had been trying to take over Barcelona for centuries. Currently, he's a painting.

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Omega

(Legion of Super-Heroes enemy)

The crushingly powerful artificial creation that nearly destroyed the universe in a 1979 Legion of Super-Heroes adventure.

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Master Mold


Covers the 1970s, back when Sentinels engineer Steven Lang and the Sentinel Master Mold were a single entity attempting to kill all mutants.

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Boomer robots


The various advanced but sometimes crazy robots in the classic Bubblegum Crisis animé. Lots of stats and the Fusion power.

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Cthulhu


Of course we need Cthulhu stats for DC Heroes. What a strange question. Are you a cultist ?

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Validus

(Classic version)

This is the classic, pre-reboot version of this immensely powerful foe of the Legion of Super-Heroes.

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Matrix-Prime


A fairly powerful robot that shoots robots. He fought Supergirl during the 1980s' Daring New Adventures.

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Growing Man


A "stimuloid" used by Kang the Conqueror to fight the Avengers on several occasions. Uses kinetic energy to grow.

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Garg

(aka Gargantua) (Half-Life alien)

Giant alien monsters from the 1990s Half-Life video games.

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Centurius

(Noah Black)

Big-time but underused mad genius with monsters and super-tech and crazy plans.

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“Look-a-like”


Guy is so obscure he doesn't even have a name. He sort of fought the Justice League Europe once. Yet he can become any cinema character, which should be awesome.

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Brimstone

(Apokolips giant)

A fire giant and supposed avenging angel from Apokolips, primarily see during the 1986 Legends event.

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