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Lynx

(Ling)

Lynx is a Robin (Tim Drake) and Batman character from the 1990s. She's a hardened gang leader, a would-be Triad mistress and an excellent martial artist and street fighter. She used to be King Snake's lieutenant.

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Hunter

(Wolf Ferrell)

A superhuman gang leader in the Dark Horse Heroes universe, and a major Barb Wire character (as well as her ex).

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Burner

(Trace Burns)

Wolf Gang member, seen in Barb Wire stories. Fire powers.

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Birdie


A huge bouncer and capable criminal operator, from Street Fighter video games.

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Tarantula

(Catalina Flores)

This is Tarantula (Catalina Flores), a minor Nightwing enemy during the 2000s. Killer vigilante with speciality weapons.

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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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Cutter

(Dina Shanklin)

Wolf Gang member, seen in Barb Wire stories. Empowers edged melee weapons.

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Breaker

(Danny Flint)

Wolf Gang member and minor Barb Wire ally. "Class 25" uncontrolled strength.

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Bomber

Tina Shanklin

Wolf Gang member in Barb Wire stories. Explosive charges generation.

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Pretty Boy


Evil cyborg raider and killer from the Reavers, the cybernetic enemies of the X-Men. Brainwashing powers, too.

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Bonebreaker


Older notes for this visually distinctive psychotic cyborg raider and literal human tank who fought the X-Men a fair few times (the Punisher, too).

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Amalgam


A kewl early 1990s cyborg criminal and street dealer of energy guns. But he could be quite useful with a bit of modernisation.

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Muse

(Richard Perignon)

An early foe of the Blue Beetle (and the Question) just after the Crisis. Theatre-loving gangs mastermind, with a lot of cunning and a lot of guns.

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Hugo Strange

(Pre-Crisis profile)

The pre-Crisis version of the good Professor, a scheming genius in psychiatry and odder sciences and a deadly Batman enemy.

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Gorgeous

(Wanda Durst)

Stormwatch PHD member. Psychology, manipulation and seduction expert.

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Asia Minor


A complicated drugs dealer leaving in the mystically crucial city of Bête Noire. From the Fallen Angel series.

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Wight

(Pico Fiorelli)

Undead super-warrior. Part of a league of original undead super-villains.

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Vampyre


An original undead super-villain from a DC Heroes superhero tabletop role-playing game campaign. I suppose you can guess his powers.

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Ghoul

(Anthony O'Hare)

Super-tough brawler from an undeath-themed super-villains team.

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Daredevil 2099

(Samuel Fisk)

An obscure variant on Daredevil - the Kingpin's grandson, living in the future and using high technology to simulate skill and power.

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