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Posts Tagged ‘ Master Scientist ’

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Digit 8162

(Dragon's Claws)

Dragon's Claws operative. Computer-enhanced brain. As of July of 2020, this entry got a review and received M&M game stats.

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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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Doc Horror


The founder and leader of the monsters-hunting Nocturnals. From Dan Brereton's cool painted comics. Doc is a very pulps-ish two-fisted scientist.

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Doctor Barbara “Bobbi” Morse

(Profile #1 - before Mockingbird 1971-1973)

This is where our chronological series of profiles for Mockingbird (Dr. Barbara "Bobbi" Morse) starts. So, her early 1970s Ka-Zar (lord of the jungle !) material with the bright red rompers. At this point she's not Mockingbird yet.

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Master Mind Excello

(Earl Everett)

Obscure 1940 proto-Marvel super-hero. All-knowing and nigh-invincible defender of America. As of January of 2019, this profile received excellent M&M stats and was mindfully remastered.

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Lana Kennedy

(Global Frequency)

A memetics and xenolinguistics expert on the Global Frequency. Which was some of Warren Ellis' best work in comics, really.

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Destructor

(Kerwin Korman)

An early, obscure foe of Ms. Marvel (Carol Danvers) with a powerful tachyon blast and science and engineering skills. He's very late Silver Age/early Bronze Age in style as well as in chronology. As of November of 2018, this entry has been revised for concision, then brought up to date.

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Generic Organians

(Star Trek: The original Series)

A hyper-advanced alien species seen in a 1967 episode of Star Trek, "Errand of Mercy". Cosmic psionic powers.

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Future Man

(Timely Comics)

A 1946 proto-Marvel time-travelling villain, who fought the All-Winners (the post-War version of the Invaders, more or less). He's confirmed to have existed in the Marvel Universe, and seems useful.

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Deadly Nightshade

(Tilda Johnson) (Part #2 - the 1990s and 2000s)

This is the second part of our Deadly Nightshade profile, with a link to the first. Artificial werewolves ! Captain America with fur ! Harlem mobs ! Genetically engineering dragons ! Brain surgery ! The Black Panther ! Twice ! And more !

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Deadly Nightshade

(Tilda Johnson) (Part #1 - the 1970s and 1980s)

A polymath mad scientist who started out as teenage girl from the ghetto. Nightshade brings a *lot* to the table, from her innumerable inventions and weapons to her career, moral ambiguities and character growth. As of July of 2018, this profile is being cleft in two shorter profiles.

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Ms. Marvel

(Carol Danvers) (Ms. Marvel "Year One" - the late 1970s)

This continues our big chronological series about Carol Danvers. So we reach the point when she becomes Ms. Marvel, this is the late 1970s, she still had the red and black costume, and she was in a certain state of... flux. As of June of 2018, this profile (which already had its illustrations overhauled) was split into a main section...

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Doctor Pendergast


A sinister fanatic who is also a researcher in psionics. He was the guy behind Supergirl character Psi, back during the 1980s. As of March of 2018, this profile was overhauled and received creepily manipulative M&M stats.

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Death’s Head

(Paxton Page)

Radioactive horseman, fought Daredevil in 1969. As of March of 2018, this profile was entirely overhauled, and received irradiated M&M stats.

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Mister Glass


A capsule character profile for Elijah Priest aka "Mister Glass", as played by Samuel Jackson in the Unbreakable movie in 2000. As of February of 2018, this tiny entry nonetheless receive fragile M&M stats.

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Miranda Lawson

(Part #1)

An interesting (but poorly filmed) Mass Effect character. Peak human genetically engineered shadow agent and terrorist, with a lot of baggage. As of February of 2018, this profile has been split into two parts due to length. And because it has a lot of images. I wonder why we have so many screenshots of Miranda, I truly do.

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Professor Q

(Saahira)

From the odd but attaching (and quite defunct) The Monarchy comics in 2001-2002. Super-intelligent computing goddess. As of November of 2017, this profile received quantum-computed M&M stats.

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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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Professor Lee Wing


A "scholar in Oriental matters" who played an important role in early Iron Fist stories. As of July of 2017, this profile has been overhauled and received erudite M&M stats.

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Kistna of the Masters

(Valérian & Laureline)

An enigmatic, powerful and classy space princess who became an important ally of Valérian and Laureline. Also discusses her mysterious, rare species - which other folks call The Masters.

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“Ralph” from Glapum’t

(Valerian & Laureline)

More laid back than a broken recliner, "Ralph" from the planet Glapum't has a brain with more processing power than cyberpunk-future-Google. He plays an important role in Laureline & Valérian graphic novels.

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Sasquatch

(Profile #1 - Classic)

The early career -- everything up to Alpha Flight vol. 1 #28 -- of the mighty, furry, orangey Sasquatch. As of May, 2017 this profile now has M&M stats braided into its fur.

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Valerian


Part one of a big article (presented in easily digestible smaller bits, as usual) about a rather important series of graphic novels. It'll explain all the things. Yes, even *that* thing you thought nobody'd ever explain. That one's in part #3 in the article, but still do read it all in order 'kay thanks.

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Rick Sanchez

(Rick & Morty)

The transdimensional, interglactic, dysfunctional evil genius from the fan-favourite Rick & Morty parody cartoon.

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Doctor Faustus

(Profile #1 - 1968-1975)

Chapter one of our chronological series about Doctor Faustus, master of the human mind and a few other things. One of the biggest mind games experts in the Marvel Universe (literally).

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Doctor Carlo Strange


A very early, obscure Iron Man villain. He could have been a great Marvel science mastermind if he'd had a little something more.

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Space Ghost


A full profile for this corny but memorable 1960s cartoon space super-hero. The entry also covers Jan, Jace and Blip the space monkey. Because that's how we roll.

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Commander Koenig


From the first season of the 1970s sci-fi show Space 1999, which was cool. Commander Koenig is the Serious Man Of Stark Willpower Who's In Charge. This entry has been updated with M&M stats.

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Professor Victor Bergman


From the first season of the 1970s sci-fi show Space 1999, which was cool. Professor Bergman is a scientific and engineering genius with an artificial heart. This entry has been updated with M&M stats.

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