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Thor

(Incredible Hulk movie version)

The peculiar version of Marvel's Thor seen in the 1980s Incredible Hulk movie. Now that was something.

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Queen of Fables


A fascinating and immensely powerful, yet constrained, DC Comics character. The Queen of Fables is really cool, and our profile explains all the things.

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Ulysses Bloodstone


Our infamous and rather large Ulysses Bloodstone profile. An immortal monster hunter who lived and fought for 10,000 years, with a bazaar of 1970s weirdness suffusing his bizarre biography. And he's very useful in stories, too.

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Callisto

(Xena character)

One of the main villains in Xena Warrior Princess, and originally a peak human warrior like Xena. Callisto went through many, many stages through.

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Bella Swan

(Profile #1 - Before Breaking Dawn part 2)

This is the movie version of Bella, covering everything up to the birth of her daughter and her death.

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Generic Akheva


One of the signature Everquest species of Luclin. Akheva are powerful aliens with divine origins and deep ties to the Moon. Includes setting information as usual.

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Lion God

(Sekhmet)

A particularly powerful and arrogant divinity, who seems to be Sekhmet from Ancient Egypt. The Lion God could easily take on the assembled Avengers.

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Collector


One of the most recurrent Elders of the Universe, with simple hooks and endless arsenals of objects and creatures and people.

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Beyonder


The classic Beyonder from the mid-1980s, not really taking into account later retcons. So he's essentially all-powerful, albeit clearly not all-knowing.

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Trinity

(DC Universe)

An odd and visually distinctive enemy of the Teen Titans and Wonder Woman. Agent of ancient Atlantis as a computer virus.

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Justicar Samara


The dreaded Justicar Samara - powerful telekineticist and paragon of an alien tradition dedicated to black-and-white justice. She's one bad mama, but she's really serene about it.

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Doctor Nemesis

(Dr. James Bradley)

Now it is time for pure, empirical science as conducted by Dr. James Bradley of the X-Men's "X-Club" science team. For science.

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Monster-Girl


The strongman of the Guardians of the Globe in the Invincible super-hero universe, dealing with a delicate curse.

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Icon

(Augustus Freeman IV)

Milestone Comics' flagship super-hero, a sort of Superman figure.

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Dracula

(Super Friends cartoon version)

The version of Dracula that appeared in a goofy 1978 episode of the Super-Friends cartoon. Not that there's any other kind.

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Wonder Woman

(Animated movie version)

The 2009 animated version in Wonder Woman, which retold her Pérez-style origin sequence.

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Doctor Liara T’Soni

(Profile #1 - Mass Effect)

This is strictly Liara as she appears in the *first* Mass Effect video game. Cute, dorky alien xenoarchaeologist with a lot of brainpower and psionic oomph.

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Staff Commander Mandala Shepard

(Profile #1 - Mass Effect)

Our main, sample version of Commander Shepard - the hero of the landmark Mass Effect video game. Huge series of profiles fleshing out and explaining lots and lots of things, with an in-universe, personal view of the events.

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