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

Posts Tagged ‘ Power Armour ’

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Iron Man

(Robert Downey, Jr. take) (First movie)

The cinema version of Tony Stark a.k.a. Iron Man as he appears in the first (2008) movie.

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Locust

(Professor August Hopper)

A mad scientist with giant insects, because this is how we rolled back in 1966. He fought the X-Men, mostly.

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Vision

("Jonas")

This profile is for the *third* Vision - the one who appeared in the 2000s among the Young Avengers and the Mighty Avengers. He was roughly similar to the second Vision though, with intangibility, energy blasts, computer brain, etc.

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Iron Lad

(Nathaniel Richards)

Though he patterned himself after Iron Man, Iron Lad of the Young Avengers is actually the earliest form of time-travelling despot Kang the Conqueror. He is (futilely ?) struggling against destiny using his technological genius and power armour.

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Gunshot


Heavily-armed super-soldier type, and JLA enemy as a New Extremists member.

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Devastator

(Jack Snyder)

Axe murderer with a super-axe and power armour. Killed Booster Gold once.

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Supreme Soviet


Most would rather forget about him, but we won't let ya. Giant super-soldier with a light exo and bad combat droids.

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Steel

(John Henry Irons) (Profile #1 - Year One)

Steel (John Henry Irons) during his early career after Superman's death and return. Physically and intellectually gifted man with power armour and a big hammer.

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Rampage

(Stuart Clarke)

A minor but handy villain with strength-enhancing power armour, various gadgets, solid tech skills and occasionally a gang in power armours. He's mostly fought the Champions of Los Angeles and Wonder Man.

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Silver Scarab

(Profile #1 - Hector Hall)

The early career of the son of Hawkgirl and Hawkman as an Infinity, Inc. member during the 1980s.

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Titanium Man

(Boris Bullski) (Profile #1 - 1960s and 1970s)

A classic power-armoured baddie in the Marvel Universe, part 1 of 3.

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Groundhog


A Canadian detective and power armour operator who played an important role in the early days of Alpha Flight.

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Porcupine

(Profile #1 - Mk1 suit)

A loser but handy Marvel comics villain. This profile covers the bulk of his career, with his Mk1 Porcupine suit.

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Copperhead

(Lawrence Chesney)

An obscure but fascinating Daredevil enemy from 1975. Crazy man thinking he's a 1930s pulps killer vigilante, with dangerous weapon and armour.

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Tracer

(Richard Bloom)

A well-equipped bounty-hunting cyborg. Fought Deathlok and Spider-Man.

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Slagg


Very minor 1990s enemy of the Titans. Minor power armour with flamethrowers.

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Tim Gunn

(Marvel Comics version)

The version of fashion educator Tim Gunn see in Marvel Comics' Models Inc. series. Make it work !

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Mechassassin


A classic mercenary villain in light power armour, from the Champions tabletop RPGs. Highly professional, well-armed.

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Lord Havok


A DC Comics expy of Doctor Doom. This profile is about the version seen during the Countdown event.

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Mechamage


An obscure but interesting techno-magical heroine. Once fought at the Fantastic Four's side.

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