6182 in-depth character profiles from comics, games, movies

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Sentry

(Bob Reynolds)

He has the power of a million exploding suns, of course. The Sentry is the Silver Age Superman as a severe schizophrenic and in the Marvel Universe.

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Trunks

(Future version - androids timeline)

An important character from the Dragonball mega-series, and one of the Human/Saiyan hybrids.

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Hardware

(Curt Metcalf)

The Tony Stark figure at Milestone Comics, with power armour and corporate intrigue.

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Lobe


A smarmy villainous corporate man, but with mutant-related powers and tech. He's an interesting baddie in RPG campaigns.

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Mister Fantastic

(Reed Richards) (Ultimate version) (Profile #1)

This is the "Ultimate" version of Reed Richards before he becomes the Maker.

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Doctor Doom

(Victor van Damme) (Ultimate version)

The Ultimate Universe version of Doctor Doom, with the physical mutations and N-Zone Great Old One.

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Fantastic Four

(Ultimate version)

The "Ultimate Marvel Universe" version of the Fantastic Four, as they appeared from 2004 to 2014.

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Icon

(Augustus Freeman IV)

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

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Kaga


Mad scientist with distinctive giant zombie mutant alien clone monsters and other tech. Fought the X-Men.

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Iron Man

(Robert Downey, Jr. take) (First movie)

The cinema version of Tony Stark a.k.a. Iron Man as he appears in the first (2008) movie.

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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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Green Goblin

(Willem Dafoe movie version)

The Green Goblin as he appeared in the 2002 Spider-Man movie, played by Willem Dafoe.

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Wizard

(Formerly Bentley Wittman) (Profile #1 - Earliest)

The earliest part of the Wizard's career, as he started clashing with the Fantastic Four but before he wore a costume.

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Big Bertha


The most competent member of the Great Lakes Avengers, with super-strength and body mass augmentation. Good heroic spirit.

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Hellions

(Massachusetts Academy version)

This profile covers the original Hellions - the New Mutants' rivals, taught by Emma Frost of the Hellfire Club at the Massachusetts Academy.

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Word

(Jack Wordman)

An obscure, early She-Hulk enemy with great persuasive ability.

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Spitfire

(Jacqueline Falsworth) (Profile #1 - 1942-1943)

This is where our series of profiles about Marvel Comics' Spitfire start. This one ends in 1943, after she's joined the Invaders and run a number of missions.

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Bane

(Profile #1 - Bat-Breaker)

This extensive profile focuses on Bane's early life and early career, including his landmark confrontation with Batman. At this point Bane is still a superhuman Venom fiend.

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Mister Fantastic

(Gisted profile)

Our gisted notes for Reed Richards of the Fantastic Four. It was chiefly about the benchmarking.

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Angel

(Warren Worthington III) (Profile #1 - Early)

Dual-statted benchmarking entry for Angel (Worthington) during the early 1960s.

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Taurus

(Cornelius van Lunt)

An old-school Avengers mastermind villain, with convenient hooks for use in a RPG campaign. Cornelius van Lunt was the secret master of the best-known version of the Zodiac conspiracy.

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Hawkeye

(Kate Bishop)

This is Hawkeye (Kate Bishop) during the first 6 years of her career, before the Hawkeye series. Archery prodigy, among other athletic talents.

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Glow Gal


A member of our contributor Bryan V.'s original super-heroines team, the Femtastic Five. Light and solid light powers.

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