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Ape Horgon


A 1960s criminal strongman-for-hire. The forgotten "Ape" Horgon was one of Daredevil's earliest foes.

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Syonide

(1978 Black Lightning villain)

A Black Lightning villain during the late 1970s. Expert manhunter with special weapons and probable mind control powers. As of May of 2020, this entry has been overhauled, and received M&M stats.

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Lo Wang

(2013 Shadow Warrior reboot)

The protagonist of the 2013 reboot of the Shadow Warrior action AA video games series. Shallow but gifted thug/hitman who ends up fighting demons.

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Bird-Man

(Achille DiBacco)

Originally one of those goofy, minor Ani-Men thugs from Marvel Comics. Later became an animalistic demonic undead no-goodnik, because it was a Tuesday.

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Serpent Squad


A compact review of Marvel Comics' various Serpent Squad teams of villains, with a roster for each version. These were all low-ish-powered villain team with a handy snake motif. Well, except for those versions with the Eel as a member.

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Oryx


A very very tall fighter and agent, blatantly based on Kareem Abdul Jabar in Game of Death. We couldn't resist, obviously. As of April of 2020, this entry received a texts and illustrations review. Plus a tall glass of Mutants & Masterminds stats.

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Bird-Man

(Ani-Men)

Light winged power armour and a pistol, just as real birds do. Mercenary, obscure villain. As of April of 2020, this profile was entirely rewritten.

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Screaming Mimi

(Melissa Gold) (Profile #1)

This is the first profile for Melissa Gold. It covers her early career as Screaming Mimi before she became Songbird of the Thunderbolts. As of April of 2020, the text and pictures have been autotuned and we've remixed M&M stats in.

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Frog-Man

(Ani-Men)

An obscure Silver Age super-villain who hops. Ani-Men member. As of April of 2020, this profile was entirely rewritten.

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Cat-Man

(Ani-Men)

Silver Age mob enforcer in cat-themed light power armour. As of March of 2020, this profile was redone from tail to whiskers as we overhaul our Ani-Men material.

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Poundcakes


One of the Grapplers superhuman lady wrestlers, and perhaps the most inclined toward crime. As of March of 2020, this entry received Wrestlant and Wrestlerminds game stats, some copy editing, and illustrations upgrades.

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Ape-Man

(Ani-Men)

Silver Age villainous boxer with strength-enhancing exo. Part of a handy but goofy small team of mercenaries, the Ani-Men. As of March of 2020, this small profile was entirely redone. We finally really did it ! We maniacs ! We blew it up !

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Enforcer

(Charles Delazny)

An interesting but incoherent enemy of the Ghost Rider and Spider-Woman. During the 1970s, he seemingly specialised in hunting down supernaturals. As of March of 2020, this profile was iced then entirely redone.

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Ani-Men

(a.k.a. the Unholy Three)

A minor, odd-looking, oddly enduring team of minor Marvel malefactors.

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Heatstroke

(Joanne)

The Masters of Disaster gal with the heat powers. As of February of 2020, this profile was made hotter, and received sizzling M&M stats.

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Coldsnap

(Darrel)

Cold powers, member of a convenient mercenary villains team. As of February of 2020, this profile was entirely rewritten and restatted.

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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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Shakedown


From the convenient Masters of Disaster villain team. Vibration powers and "Class 10" strength. As of January of 2020, this profile was entirely rewritten as we upgrade our Masters of Disaster entries. One at a time so it doesn't feel like a landslide.

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New-Wave

(Becky Jones)

The leader of the handy Masters of Disasters themed super-villains theme. New-Wave is a psycho who can turn into large quantities of water. As of January of 2020, we are beginning to pump out revised profiles for the Masters of Disaster. Pumping out... like water ! Get it ? GET IT ?!

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Ivan the gunman


A 1967 Fantastic Four baddie with a solar pistol. Probable secret master of the Marvel Universe. This guys is terribly obscure, but you can use him pretty much anywhere. So that's convenient. As of January of 2010, he received powerful solar-powered M&M stats.

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Slasher


A strange and likely robotic saboteur and enforcer. An agent of... the Assassin ! As of October of 2019, added sharp-edged M&M stats.

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Cormorant


An ex-military, proficient hitman. Cormorant played an important role in Batgirl (Barbara Gordon)'s 1980s career.

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Shocker

(Herman Schultz) (Profile #1 - 1960s, 1970s, 1980s)

The "classic" (well, if you're in your 40s I guess) part of Spider-Man foe the Shocker's career - 1967-1989, before Marvel started fleshing out his simple characterisation. A good stock jobber, I think. As of July of 2019, this profile received yet another editing pass, plus M&M stats that are trying not to make a vibrator joke.

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Jawbreakers


Two animé cosplayers turned dangerous mercenaries, with swords and super-bikes to stay in character. These were seen during the Batgirl of Burnside era.

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Pallas


A minor super-mercenary with a strong Fourth World vibe, who's allegedly a god. Seen in Gail Simone's The Movement. Part of a convenient team of minor super-mercs.

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Monster Baby


A member of the Graveyard Faction, a minor group of super-mercenaries in the DC Universe. They fought The Movement. Melee combat expert with some super-strength.

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Arson


A bland minor bad guy who can belch a sort of napalm. But he's part of a convenient group of low-powered mercenaries, and that's useful.

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