6167 in-depth character profiles from comics, games, movies

Posts Tagged ‘ Huge Henchman ’

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Triax the Terrible


A Man-Beast servant and Adam Warlock enemy, Triax was one of the High Evolutionary's new men. Specifically an uplifted warthog. As of August of 2021, this entry received visual and textual polish, plus Mutants & Masterminds stats.

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Balrog a.k.a. Mike Bison

(Tom's profile)

One of the classic 1991 Street Fighter brawling video game baddies. As of August of 2021, redid the History section and tuned a few details.

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Snake and Powerhouse


Obscure but archetypal DC Comics street-level bad guys. They look very 1970s. As of August of 2021, upgunned the illustrations and added M&M game stats.

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Zabo


An odd giant henchman type we are the only people in the world to care about. As of August of 2021, this entry received brand new yellow unmentionables, plus Mutants & Masterminds stats.

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Glottis


The literal speed demon from the classic Grim Fandango adventure game. Friendly driver and superhuman mechanic. As of July 2021, I realised that the stats had been accidentally deleted. They're now back.

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STRIPE aka S.T.R.I.P.E.

(Pat Dugan)

DC Comics' Golden Age hero Stripesy (Pat Dugan). But this profile focuses on his 1999-2000 appearances with the S.T.RI.P.E. power armour in the Stars and STRIPE comic book. As of June of 2021 did HD illustrations, brushed up the texts, and added Mutants & Masterminds game stats.

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Brick

(Borderlands)

One of the Player Characters in the first Borderlands video game. Superhumanly strong and tough berserker giant mutant. As of November of 2020, added M&M stats and some polish. As of March of 2021, fully redid and partially updated this profile.

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Stoneface


Obscure 1970s Harlem mobster. Clashed with the Falcon, Captain America, Spider-Man and others.

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Ogar


A sort of golem that once fought the Black Panther in King Solomon's tomb. It was pretty tough.

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Gort the giant

(Hawk the Slayer movie)

A minor good guy in 1980s heroic fantasy schlock movie Hawk the Slayer. A giant with a hammer.

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Steel 8162

(Shonin Ikeda)

From Marvel Comics UK's old Dragon's Claws comics. Far future samurai strongman. As of August of 2020, this profile has received its folded-over-a-thousand-times-on-the-forge Mutants & Masterminds stats.

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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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Giant One

(Hidden Temple)

He's a "giant henchman" type, possibly a bit superhuman. He's associated with a Vietnamese temple that's normally peaceful. But he mistakenly went into a fight with Spider-Man and the US government. As of February of 2020, this profile received gigantic Mutants & Masterminds stats.

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Mangler

(Shadrick Daniels)

A big hairy wrestler who clashed with Luke Cage in 1976. So yeah, he's pretty strong. As of December of 2019 this profile was reillustrated, rewritten and updated.

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Mokugeki


An elite yakuza whom Batgirl and Spoiler fought in Burnside. One of 'em giant henchman types we like so much.

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Nemesis Enforcer

(G.I. Joe - the movie)

Big, mutated super-warrior and agent. He was the, well, enforcer for Golobulus of Cobra-La in the 1987 animated G.I. Joe movie.

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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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Bulldozer

(The Gang)

Super-strong. Part of a convenient team. As of September of 2018, the capsule writeups for The Gang (that's the convenient team) are receiving M&M stats that'll cater your pillar.

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Man-Bull

(William Taurens) (Part #1 - Classic)

Simple, useful, straightforward, horned. This covers his 1970s appearance, back when he primarily was a Daredevil villain. As of June of 2018, this profile was entirely redone. \m/

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Dawn Man


An odd but generally friendly prehistoric man. He appeared in a 1940s Superman story.

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Smasher

(Commitee member)

Obscure Daredevil enemy - just a street brute. As of May of 2018, illustration redone and added inarticulate M&M stats.

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Kraig


A stock horrorsploitation character that can be used in many stories. Clashed with Marvel's Werewolf by Night during the 1970s.

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Boris Turgenov


A KGB agent who was the Black Widow's partner during the 1960s. As of April of 2018, this small profile was overhauled, expanded and received no-goodnik M&M stats.

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Howitzer

(Shaka)

Reptilian super-soldier seen in Gene Dogs during the 1990s. As of February of 2018, this profile received armoured, dinosaurian M&M stats.

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Speedboyz


A competent, themed gang of high-end car thieves operating around Gotham. They twice clashed with Robin (Tim Drake).

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Hot Rox


A super-strong, heat-generating corporate enforcer who was a very minor presence in the Ultraverse super-hero setting. As of August, 2017 this entry received M&M stats made of molten metal.

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Triple-Iron


One of the earliest foes of Iron Fist. He's rather dangerous, actually. As of July, 2017 this character profile was overhauled and received a series of rigid M&M stats linked by short lengths of steel chain.

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