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Queen Femina Suarestellar Baroux


The space misandrist enemy of Zsa Zsa Zaturnnah, by golly ! Who was a goofy, not-highbrow parody of Filipina national super-heroine Darna. This entry previously had to be altered due to US online advertising standards. So we restored it, and did its hair while we were at it. If there are problems again I'll just ditch the ads, as happens increasingly...

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Voltan

(Hawk the Slayer)

The evil villain in black in 1980s heroic fantasy schlock movie Hawk the Slayer. He was played by Jack Palance, y'know.

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Outsiders

(Part #2 - 1986/92)

This recaps all wot you need to known about the second version of DC Comics' Outsiders. Which is the 1986-1992 Adventures of the Outsiders and The Outsiders material, plus contemporary appearances. Yes Gabrielle, there's a link to part #1.

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Outsiders

(Part #1 - Batman & the Outsiders 1983-86)

This recaps all wot you need to known about the very first version of DC Comics' Outsiders. Which is the 1983-1986 Batman and the Outsiders material, plus contemporary appearances.

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Challengers of the Unknown

(Jack Kirby era, part #1)

The ur-group-of-comic-book-adventurers, created by Jack Kirby during the late 1950s. This two-part article dwelves deep into the entire Kirby run, chums ! For scientific discovery !

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Batman

(Thomas Wayne) (Flashpoint timeline)

This is the version of Batman seen in the DC Comics Flashpoint alternate reality. There, it was Thomas Wayne -- Bruce's father -- who became Batman. A grimdark Batman.

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Madame Hydra a.k.a. Viper

(Ophelia Sarkissian) (Part #1 - Origins and ghosts)

This covers the Viper (Ophelia Sarkissian)’s early life and her original career as Madame Hydra, during the early 1970s. That's the Jim Steranko era. So hang on to your fez, true believers ! As of May of 2020, this profile was entirely redone. We cut it once, and two shall take its place. More, actually.

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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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Owlman

(Pre-Crisis version)

A sort of creepy, evil would-be telepathic Batman from another reality. This is the 1964 version, not the Grant Morrison one. As of October of 2019, this profile was reworked using the incredible power of our unparalleled genius brains. And as of April of 2020 a technical review/explanation was appended to the stats, since they're a bit abstract.

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Uncle Scrooge

(Life & Times version)

How much would you pay for RPG stats for Uncle Scrooge ? One million ? Two billions ? A poolfull ? Well, they're free.

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Icicle

(Doyle Christie)

Obscure 1990s Flash character with cold weaponry. As of February of 2020, we brushed off the frost and added chilling Mutants & Masterminds stats.

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Icicle

(Joar Makent part #1])

The Golden Age version of the character, though he endured into the 1990s. Criminal, genius, wielder of the cold gun. As of January of 2020, this profile was overhauled for concision and smoother reading. It was also cleft in two to facilitate reading on smartphones.

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Cornell Cottonmouth

(Part #1 - the 1970s)

One of the old school Luke Cage villains, a heroin king with super-strength and a certain style. As of January of 2020, this profile is being entirely redone as a two-parter.

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Destro


One of the most charismatic G.I. Joe enemies. Highly capable weapons dealer. This entry is part of our writeups arc that covers the older, Larry Hama-written, Marvel Comics version of the Joes.

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Owl

(Leland Owlsley) (Profile #1 - 1964-1975)

One of Daredevil's oldest foes, and a persistent presence in the Marvel Universe underworld. As of November of 2019, this entry is being entirely redone as a four-parter.

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Velvet Tiger

(2010s version)

This is the 2010s version of DC's Velvet Tiger. So, the one mostly seen during the Burnside softboots for Batgirl (Barbara Gordon). Sociopathic rich lass with both a high-tech angle and a big cats angle. She works fairly well as a street-level villainess.

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Shawn Berger

(Transformers G1 cartoon)

A corrupt energy tycoon and ally to the Decepticons. He appeared in the 1980s heydays of the Transformers cartoon.

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Master Bison

(Tom's profile) (A.k.a. Vega)

The famous Big Bad in early Street Fighter video games. Super-martial-artist, crime lord, technologist, psychic. As of December of 2018, Tom harnessed his dreaded Psycho Power and punched this old profile of his into shape. Also, we're now using the US version of the names since sticking to the Japanese one was more confusing.

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Monster

(Jason Rogers)

One of the notable enemies of the Justice Society of America during the 1940s - there aren't that many, really. He's a cliché yet he works pretty well.

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Indestructible Man

(Damon Dran)

Formerly the Indestructible Man, a James Bond-style mastermind with many henchmen. As of July of 2018, this profile was overhauled, updated, and received HD illustrations plus impenetrable M&M stats.

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Piranha Jones


A 1970s enemy of Luke Cage with steel teeth. Minor mob boss. As of July of 2018, this profile was overhauled.

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Magister Maevaris Tilani


Mae appears in the (pretty good) Dragon Age comics books, and has a cameo in Dragon Age: Inquisition. Powerful mage and politician from Tevinter, allied with Varric, Alistair and the Inquisition.

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Hellfire Club

(X-Men enemies) (Original Sebastian Shaw era, part 1)

First half of an extensive profile covering the Hellfire Club -- bad rich people who clash with the X-Men -- during the 1980s. In-universe that's when Shaw was Black King, out of universe that's when Claremont was writing.

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Carleton LeHah


At first, a deadly and fanatical weapons dealer who momentously clashed with Batman and Azrael. Then, super-villain decay set in. This profile was entirely rewritten, re-researched and re-statted in January of 2018.

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S.T.O.R.M. and the Gene Dogs


One of 'em sekrit comic book hi-tech organisations. This covert law enforcement body with slightly superhuman soldiers was seen in early 1990s Marvel UK comic books.

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Sarge Steel

(Profile #2 - the DC era (part 1))

A big profile for Sarge Steel, but this time as published by DC Comics. This covers lots of espionage and special ops DC Comics storylines Sarge Steel was involved in. As of December of 2017, this profile was split into two parts so as to be easier to read.

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Tessa


This covers the 1980-2000, pre-retcon Tessa as a Hellfire Club and Sebastian Shaw asset. At this point she's more of a background character, but an intriguing one. And fairly typical of the Claremont Era for the X-Men.

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Donald Pierce, the White King


The classic appearances of this evil cybernetic tycoon and former Hellfire Club member (as the White Bishop). Best known as a deadly enemy of the X-Men and Wolverine.

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Black King

(Sebastian Shaw)

The classic appearances of this major enemy of the X-Men, the Black King of the Hellfire Club and CEO of Shaw Industries.

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