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Typhoid

(Ann Nocenti take)

Typhoid during her classic, complex, crazy appearances written by her creator Ann Nocenti. Huuuge profile full of stuff and explanations. Typhoid is an impossibly schizophrenic psionicist and martial artist with distinctive themes.

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Crime Doctor

(Matt Thorne) (Post-Crisis version)

The version of the Crime Doctor that was primarily seen in DC comics during the 2000s, by Geoff Johns and Gail Simone.

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Crime Doctor

(Anica Balcescu)

A bleeding edge medical expert, capable of creating artificial superhumans in significant quantities. Also a criminal sadist.

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Zombie

(Bane lieutenant)

The lieutenant of Bane seen during Knightfall. Expert chemist, knife thrower and others.

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Crime Doctor

(Pre-Crisis Earth-1 version) (Bradford Thorne)

The 1980 version of the Crime Doctor. Essentially the 1943 Earth-2 character reinvented as a more gimmicky Earth-1 character.

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Trogg

(Bane lieutenant)

One of the early lieutenants of Bane in Batman books. Brute and minor technician.

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Bird

(Birdy Colossimo) (Bane lieutenant)

One of Bane's three lieutenants in 1993/94. Expert underworld operator and falconer.

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Diamondback

(Willis Stryker)

Gifted knife fighter with some special knives-with-payloads. The original nemesis of Luke Cage, hero for hire.

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Big Ben Donovan


A gigantic brute, and a shady criminal defence lawyer from 1970s Harlem. One of the classic Luke Cage support characters from Marvel.

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Titan

(Invincible Universe)

A superhuman and particularly pragmatic crime lord in the Invincible Universe.

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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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Council

(Nemesis' enemies)

A competent, national-scale that was a major concern in the 1980s DC Universe USA. The Council primarily clashed with Nemesis (Thomas Tresser) and Batman (Bruce Wayne).

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Mister Ize


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

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Killerwatt

(Prime Movers)

Gang leader with electrical blasts. Mostly appeared in Barb Wire stories.

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Ignition

(Maureen Skach)

A craaazy gang leader who can absorb the super-powers of those whom she skills. She already picked multiple powers that way.

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Blackbelt


Gangster and martial artist with super-strikes. Mostly seen in Dark Horse Heroes comics.

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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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Conspiracy

(Bloodstone enemies)

The odd and terribly mysterious Conspiracy that clashed with Marvel Comics' Ulysses Bloodstone during the 1970s. Supernatural assets, psychic assets, enhanced agents, scientific assets...

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Lu Shan


An obscure 1970s Wonder Woman villain. Lu Shan was the one who opened a portal between the DC Universe and Fritz Leiber's Nehwon.

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