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Dolores & Juan Muerto


Obscure 1970 enemies of the Batman. And among the oddly few Mexican characters in the DCU. Aristocratic Gothic Horror crime lords who are sort of immortal.

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Skin


Skin was a member of Marvel's Generation X (a X-Men spin-off team) during the 1990s. Here are some old notes and stats about him.

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El Tigre


An obscure enemy of the early X-Men, then of Ka-Zar and Mockingbird, back in the days. He was never quite developed but he has ties to Latin American mobs, the Mayan gods, the Savage Land, oil cartels and other uncommon story elements. So there's potential here.

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Sachs

(Juanita Jean Sachs)

Aggressive urban vigilante with dangerous melee skills and an oversexed attitude. As of February of 2019, this profile received HD pictures, another round of polishing - and lurid, sticky M&M stats.

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Senor Suerte aka Senor Muerte

(Ramon Garcia)

An early enemy of Luke Cage. Weird crime lord with heightened luck and intuition. As of November of 2018, this profile was mejorado y embellecido. Then it was up all night to get lucky, and thus met M&M stats.

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Vibe

(Paco Ramone)

Vibe during the Detroit JLA years, back during the 1980s. These are old, short notes but they're still useful as a primer and for stats. As of August of 2018, Pawsplay locked, popped and wrote M&M stats as well.

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Brutale

(Guillermo Barrera)

Street-level costumed villain and sadist, with knives. As of July of 2018, this profile had some M&M stats brutally slapped on.

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Cybersix


A noir-ish genetically engineered Argentine urban avenger lady. From a famous and long-running Argentine comic book series of the same name. This profile presents Cybersix' past and the situation as the series begins.

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Mace Blitzkrieg


A super-strong, rather smart, rather dangerous superhuman gang leader in a down-on-its-luck city. Mace Blitzkrieg is primarily a Barb Wire character. As of February of 2018, Mace has hairy-chested M&M stats.

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Ralf Jones


Super-elite soldiers from various SNK video games - chiefly the King of Fighters series. As of November of 2017, this profile was considerably expanded so it's more useful for people who aren't KoF experts.

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Ramon Bracuda


Big tough killer crime lord type. Fought Robin, Nightwing, Catwoman. As of August, 2017 this profile was overhauled and received muscular M&M stats with pointy teeth.

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Chosen One

(Alessa-Maria Hassan) (Profile #1 - Arroyo)

Our sample Chosen One - the Player Character in the Fallout 2 video game. The deadly Alessa-Maria's mutant brain makes her a perfect predator of the post-apocalyptic wasteland. Ferociously overhauled and reillustrated in January, 2017, and M&M stats added.

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Sunspot

(Profile #1 - Year One)

Chapter 1 for our Sunspot (Roberto da Costa) solar-powered profile. It covers his "year one" era, more or less. Entirely overhauled in January, 2017.

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Louis and Lucian Corsican

(Cheech & Chong's 1984 movie)

Two would-be swashbuckling heroes from one of Cheech and Chong's later low-brow stoner comedies. It was an extremely loose adaptation of The Corsican Brothers.

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Spider-Man

(Miles Morales)

The newer Spider-Man, Miles Morales, during his early career in the "Ultimate" Universe.

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Mariachi


The Mexican mariachi and vigilante in the "'Mexico Trilogy" (El Mariachi, Desperado, Once Upon A Time in Mexico) played by Carlos Gallardo then Antonio Banderas. Prime example of a 1990s high-octane movie gunfighter.

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Tarantula

(Anton Rodriquez)

A minor but vicious Spider-Man enemy during the 1970s, with poisoned boot spikes.

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Gunslinger

(Astro City)

A high-tech hitman in Kurt Busiek's awesome Astro City comic books. He's useful to have.

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Black Tarantula

(Carlos LaMuerto) (Profile #2 - current)

This second chapter covers Black Tarantula's appearances in Daredevil, up to Shadowland.

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Black Tarantula

(Carlos LaMuerto) (Profile #1 - Early)

First profile for Marvel Comics' Black Tarantula (Carlos LaMuerto), covering his 1990s Spider-Man appearances. Rather powerful, superhuman Argentinian crime lord.

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Chupacabra


A relatively minor super-hero from mexico, as seen in Invincible and Guardians of the Globe.

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Power Man

(Victor Alvarez)

Marvel's third Power Man, the young Victor Alvarez from Spanish Harlem. Lifeforce manipulation power enhancing his strength and speed.

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White Tiger

(Angela del Toro)

My favourite version of the White Tiger martial arts urban hero - Angela, the niece of the original. She was cool and it's a shame her LS didn't sell better.

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Wildcat

(Yolanda Montez)

Yolanda Montez, the Wildcat featured in Infinity, Inc. by DC Comics during the 1980s. She was never really used or developed, though.

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Slingshot

(Yo-Yo Rodriguez)

The speedster of Marvel Comics' Secret Warriors, Nick Fury and Daisy Johnson' hidden superhuman youths force.

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Dutch’s team


Stats and noted for the elite military team commanded by Arnold Schwarzenegger's character in 1987 classic movie Predator.

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Cougar

(The Losers)

The laconic elite sniper from the 2003 Vertigo series The Losers.

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