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

Posts Tagged ‘ Master Spy ’

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Artemus Gordon

(Ross Martin version)

The original, vintage version of Artemus Gordon from Wild Wild West. Genius, inventor, master of disguise and Secret Service ace agent.

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John Butcher


An obscure DC Comics character. Ex-military intelligence field agent, Lakota ninja, excellent commando.

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Foreigner


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

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James Bond

(Cinematic version)

The movie version of Bond - treated as an unified character but with an escalating character sheet as the movies get more spectacular.

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X

(John Smith 24)

A super-Batman/Shadow figure from Dark Horse's 1990s super-hero comics. He's a quite interesting anti-hero.

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Doctor Poison

(Princess Maru)

A Golden Age Imperial Japanese enemy of Wonder Woman, specialised in drugs and toxins.

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Echo

(Caroline Farrell) (Profile #1 - Early)

A programmable woman from the Dollhouse Joss Whedon TV show.

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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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Venus

(Agents of Atlas) version

Venus as she appears in the successive Agents of Atlas Marvel Comics series. Because all you need is love.

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Bryan Mills


A fairly typical 2000s action movie protagonist, played by Liam Neeson in the surprise hit movie Taken.

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Gitane

(Carmen Bayle) (Everquest II)

Our main example of an Everquest 2 character, with various bits of background about the setting.

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Jimmy Woo

(Profile #1 - the 1950s)

This is Jimmy as he was portrayed during the 1950s in Yellow Claw stories published by Atlas Comics, the ancestor of Marvel Comics.

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Steel Raven

(Aranda Charboneau)

A highly competent super-agent type, apparently with ties to the Weapon Plus project. Was left under-developed due to a cancelled comic, so she's not a bad foundation to build on.

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Robin

(Young Justice cartoon)

The version of Robin (Dick Grayson) in the Young Justice animated TV series, on Earth-16.

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Nemesis

(Thomas Tresser) (Pre-Crisis version)

Our first entry for Nemesis (Thomas Tresser), former FBI agent, smart vigilante and master of disguise. This one also covers his time with the Suicide Squad.

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Ghost

(Thunderbolts)

A paranoid anti-corporation saboteur with intangibility/invisibility tech and a fair few weapons. Foe of Iron Man, Thunderbolts member.

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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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Spyboy


From the early 2000s' strange mix of animé, James Bond and young adult fast action comics by Peter David. Teenage super-spy, obvs.

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Mirror Master

(Evan McCulloch)

The modern version of DC Comics' Flash foe, whose range of abilities is actually quite impressive.

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Nick Fury

(Nicholas Jacob Fury) (Gisted)

An older gisted profile chiefly interested in providing stats for Fury and his gear. But it also comes with an handy overview.

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Batman

(One Million version)

The Batman of the 853rd century, as written by Grant Morrison during the One Million event.

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Lester Girls


An over the top parody of a "men's adventure" hero. Impossible level of combat, espionage, seduction, action, etc. capabilities.

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“Garbo”

(Juan Pujol Garcia)

These notes about real-life elite spy Juan Pujol García a.k.a. "Garbo" are primarily useful for tabletop role-players. They also include a "comic book-ified" version.

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