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

Posts Tagged ‘ Power Armour ’

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Shaker


Very minor Spider-Man villain with a surprisingly powerful vibration suit.

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Black Samson


One of the super-heroes in the Invincible universe, with the Guardians of the Globe. Super-strength.

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Firepower


A massive, very powerful giant suit of armour that caused considerable problems for Iron Man.

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Gremlin

(Kondrati Topolov)

An intriguing Russian techno-genius who played various roles back in the days. He's sort of cool.

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War Machine

(James "Rhodey" Rhodes)

This profile covers Rhodey during the 2000s, with extensive data about the War Machine armour suits he wore during that time.

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Manta-Man


From one of the 1980s Villains and Vigilantes super-hero RPG books. Light aquatic and aerial power armour.

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Aztek


An interesting DC Comics super-hero by Grant Morrison and Mark Millar, who unfortunately flopped.

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Dozer

(Joseph Mendoza profile #1 - "Big Dozer")

Wetworks member, heavy weapons specialist. This is part #1, covering the era when he's a giant walking tank.

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Jackhammer

(Jackson Hammersmith)

An anecdotal Superman villain seen in 1982. Simple power armour that punches.

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Hardhat

(Demolition Team member)

From the goofy Demolition Team that fought Green Lantern that one time. Punch-drunk boxer with an exo.

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Shockwave

(Clarence Schiffel)

A really convenient, stock, semi-obscure DC Comics villain who's all brawn. With some vague 1980s nostalgia if applicable.

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Blackguard

(Richard Hertz)

A super-thug with a power armour and energy melee weaponry. Dumb as a plank. Easy to use. Possibly dead.

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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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Nautilus


An obscure but convenient villain who once fought Luke Cage and Spider-Man. Power armour with incendiary missiles.

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Defender

(James Harmon IV)

One of the traditional example super-heroes from the Champions tabletop super-hero RPGs.

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B-Ko


From the Project A-Ko animé. Temperamental schoolgirl technologist who can build evil mecha overnight.

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High Evolutionary


Our older notes about the classic High Evolutionary, these chiefly cover his personality and stats. God-like and oft-insane scientist of cosmic intelligence.

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Secbots


Mass-produced military power armour. This unit clashed with the X-Men at Cheyenne Mountain in 1985.

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Ripjak


An obscure Guardians of the Galaxy Martian form the mid-1990s. The last H.G. Wells-style Martian left alive, albeit mutated by Spider-Man's blood.

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Bubonicus


A genocidal quasi-cosmic disease-wielding entity. Seen in Marvel's 1990s Guardians of the Galaxy.

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Crimson Dynamo

(Anton Vanko)

Marvel's original, 1960s Crimson Dynamo. Soviet-Armenian genius and power armour inventor.

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