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Junior

(Alex Merkel)

A psychotic, horrific crime lord who clashed with Gail Simone's version of the Secret Six.

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Robot

(Rex Conners)

From the Invincible and Guardians of the Globe comic book. Super-genius with robot and mecha units.

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Mechassassin


A classic mercenary villain in light power armour, from the Champions tabletop RPGs. Highly professional, well-armed.

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Doctor Cyber

(Pre-Crisis version)

A sort of souped-up James Bond villain who clashed multiple times with Wonder Woman, becoming increasingly powerful and less coherent.

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Mister Ize


1966 Sarge Steel enemy @ Charlton Comics. Emperor of crime with vision powers, including hypnosis.

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Lord Havok


A DC Comics expy of Doctor Doom. This profile is about the version seen during the Countdown event.

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Cyborg Superman

(Hank Henshaw)

The nihilistic, ultra-powerful enemy of Green Lantern, Superman, Galactus, the Silver Surfer and others.

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Red Hood

(Jason Todd) (Animated version)

The animated DCU version of the Red Hood (Jason Hood), in the 2010 Batman: Under the Red Hood movie. A sort of Batman-trained Punisher.

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Catwoman

(Selina Kyle) (Gisted profile)

An older gisted profile, but it offers a solid biography, a thorough personality profile, good stats and other useful stuff. It'll eventually be replaced by a much more thorough series of profiles, but upon re-reading it right now I must say it's pretty good. Which is nice.

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Crimson Cowl

(Justine Hammer)

This profile covers Justine Hammer as the Crimson Cowl. She and her Masters of Evil chiefly clashed with the Thunderbolts.

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Mandarin

(Profile #1 - early)

This first, huge profile for the Mandarin covers everything from 1964 to 1974. Including tonnes of gadgets and robots and weapons and whatnot.

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Rugal Bernstein


A master villain from the King of Fighters martial arts video games series. The entry is old enough that it is primarily about DCH game stats, though.

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Sathanas


From John Byrne's Next Men comics during the 1990s. Evil time-travelling, lifeforce-draining, lecherous cyborg.

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Annie Mae


Exaggerated, somewhat evil animé-style super-genius with giant robots, secret organisations and even magic. Seen in both Spyboy and Young Justice comics, because magic.

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Selene the Black Queen

(Profile #1 - Classic)

An interesting (and potent) foe of the X-Men and New Mutants. An immortal psychic mutant vampire sorceress queen, give or take.

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Captain James T. Kirk


A capsule entry for the ever-indispensable Captain James T. Kirk, from the original Star Trek show. Capsule profile focused on the game stats.

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Gremlin

(Kondrati Topolov)

An intriguing Russian techno-genius who played various roles back in the days. He's sort of cool.

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Davros


A classic, ever-returning Doctor Who character and creator of the Daleks. Super-genius alien type.

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Joker

(Heath Ledger take)

The version of the Joker memorable played by Heath Ledger in the 2008 Batman movie The Dark Knight.

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Savant


A Birds of Prey skills-based character with a strange handicap. Vigilante and criminal.

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