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Old West firearms – Weapons Locker


Big article about all of 'em guns in Old West stories. Lots of illustrations and videos, simple explanations about all the important things. Dual-statted for DCH and M&M. Latest additions : - Chain revolver.

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Gunwitch


A good guy (more or less) zombie gunman who never misses. From the atmospheric Nocturnals comics. As of June of 2019, this profile was entirely redone and sewed back together.

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Phantom Rider

(Carter Slade) (Hamilton Slade, too) (Doug's take)

The Ghost Rider a.k.a. the Phantom Rider a.k.a. the Night Rider. Marvel Comics' Old West vigilante who convincingly pretended to be an avenging ghost. This profile also includes material about his descendant, who did get the power to turn into an avenging ghost.

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Selene

(Underworld movies)

The vampire gunfighter assassin heroine of the first Underworld movie (2003), played by Kate Beckinsale. So that's alright.

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Infidel


A sort of immortal reality-manipulating time-travelling super-genius. Seen in Astro City comic books.

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Mister Whisper


An early Grant Morrison villain for Batman, in the story Gothic. Immortal, unkillable, sadistic fallen monk of Satan.

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Master Izo


One of the topmost martial artists and ninja masters in the Marvel Universe. He also likes beer.

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Psycho Dad


Who’s that riding in the sun ? Who's the man with the itchy gun ?

The Old West psychopath whose #1 fan is Al Bundy on Married with children.

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Cullen Bohannon


Profile for Bohannon during the early season of Old West gritty, violent drama Hell on Wheels. He's a hardboiled Southern gunslinger.

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Cinnamon

(Katherine Manser)

One of DC's vintage Old West characters. Later revealed to have been an incarnation of Hawkwoman.

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Queen of Fables


A fascinating and immensely powerful, yet constrained, DC Comics character. The Queen of Fables is really cool, and our profile explains all the things.

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Ulysses Bloodstone


Our infamous and rather large Ulysses Bloodstone profile. An immortal monster hunter who lived and fought for 10,000 years, with a bazaar of 1970s weirdness suffusing his bizarre biography. And he's very useful in stories, too.

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Lion God

(Sekhmet)

A particularly powerful and arrogant divinity, who seems to be Sekhmet from Ancient Egypt. The Lion God could easily take on the assembled Avengers.

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Collector


One of the most recurrent Elders of the Universe, with simple hooks and endless arsenals of objects and creatures and people.

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John Marston


The protagonist of Red Dead Redemption and DLCs. Covers his adventures as well as a lot of gear.

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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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James West

(Robert Conrad version)

The original version, chiefly seen in The Wild Wild West TV show of the 1960s. Old West super-spy, elite gunfighter and Silver Age leading man.

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Icon

(Augustus Freeman IV)

Milestone Comics' flagship super-hero, a sort of Superman figure.

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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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Cat People

(Marvel Universe version)

A hidden mystical and scientific species on Marvel Earth and in some other dimensions.

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Skinner

(Lilin)

Supernatural, indestructible stalker/killer with bladed bones. Ghost Rider enemy.

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