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Domino


Domino during the early 2000s, back when she was chiefly associated with X-Force. Guns, agility, luck powers, mercenary experience, etc.

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Jack in the Box


One of the street heroes of Astro City. He's bit like a low-powered Spider-Man but with a clowns-and-toys theme. He's pretty neat.

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Confessor

(Jeremiah Parrish)
Ninja Catholic vampire Batman

Astro City's Batman-like figure, with simple but fruitful twists. He's cool.

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Buffy Summers, vampire slayer

(Profile #1 - Season 1-3)

The iconic Slayer as she appeared during the first 3 seasons of the show. A very important character in the geeky world (and beyond) of the 1990s and 2000s (and beyond).

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Spider-Girl

(May "Mayday" Parker) (Profile #1 - Early)

The daughter of Spider-Man (Peter Parker), living 15-20 years into the future of the Marvel Universe. Attaching young heroine, very much in the vein of a young Spider-Man but more modern. This profile includes a primer about Marvel's MC2 possible future continuity.

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Iron Fist

(Danny Rand) (gisted profile)

An overview of Iron Fist up to the early 2000s, to hold the line until we can run more detailed research.

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Captain America

(Steve Rogers) (Gisted)

Our gisted profile for Cap, presenting the character as he's generally been throughout the decades in an accessible manner.

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Tigra

(Greer Nelson profile #3 - 1976-1980)

Part of a chronological series about Greer Nelson (a.k.a. the Cat and Tigra). This one goes 1976-1980 to keep the articles short and easy to read.

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Master Izo


One of the topmost martial artists and ninja masters in the Marvel Universe. He also likes beer.

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Jester

(Karole Marsh)

An original character living in campaign setting Universe AZ. Draws on various Joker-themed characters.

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Spider-Man

(Peter Parker) (Year One profile)

An emergent history profile describing Spider-Man (Peter Parker) exactly as he was during his first dozen appearances.

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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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Mighty Mightor


A prehistoric expy of Thor and Captain Marvel (Billy Batson), with some Superman thrown in. 1960s Hanna Barbera cartoon.

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Hellcat

(Patsy Walker) (Post-suicide profile)

This is specifically for her Englehart-led appearances in the early 2000s. This is the era after her suicide, with the costume with inverted colours and the new powers.

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Istar


An Ancient Babylonian war goddess returned as a super-heroine, though the Devil is in the details. Fought along with the JLA.

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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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Foreigner


Probably the greatest spy, infiltrator, assassin and super-agent in the Marvel Universe.

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Kasumi Goto


One of the greatest thieves in the galaxy, as well as an attaching weirdo. Kasumi has lots of tricks up her tricked-out sleeves, and is a big Commander Shepard fangirl.

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Vin

(Mistborn)

The heroine of the Mistborn fantasy novels trilogy by B. Sanderson. The profile comes with full material about allomancy, the "magic" used in the books and based on consuming small quantities of metals.

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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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Gorgon

(Tomi Shishido)

Something of a munchkin nihilistic villain, if you ask me, which you didn't. Super-fighting, super-intelligence, petrification gaze, godslayer katana, telepathy, the works.

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Neo

(Thomas Anderson)

A capsule profile for Neo, as played by Keanu in the original The Matrix (1999). It's chiefly about DCH RPG stats for him, though, since there isn't that much to discuss about the character.

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Morpheus

(The Matrix)

Morpheus as he appears primarily in the original The Matrix (1999).

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Zero

(Zero Killer)

A dangerous fighter and manhunter living in subermerged post-nuclear New York City.

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Trinity

(The Matrix movie)

As played by Carrie-Anne Moss in the original The Matrix film.

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Mariner

(Waterworld)

From the 1995 movie Waterworld. Neither the character nor the movie were successes, but there were interesting bits.

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