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

Posts Tagged ‘ Power Armour ’

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Slaymaster

(Profile #1 - the 1970s)

A campy elite assassin seen during the 1970s in Captain Britain UK-only features. This covers his appearances before Alan Moore reinvented.

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Iron Man

(Tony Stark) (2007 animated movie version)

The version specific to the 2007 Iron Man animated feature.

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Man-Bot

(Ted Taylor)

A Silver Age super-hero from the Freedom Force video games of the early 2000s.

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Batman

(Joseph Kapowski)

From a Tangent-themed RPG campaigns, where names are reused for different character concepts.

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Golden Beetle


From an original superhero tabletop role-playing campaign with an alternate JLA. A time-lost, amnesiac Booster Gold using some Blue Beetle stuff.

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Batman Beyond

(Terry McGinnis)

Our old notes for Batman Beyond (Terry McGinnis), Bruce Wayne's successor and protégé in a possible future.

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Turbo Man

(Howard Langston)

From the so-so Arnold Schwarzenegger comedy Jingle all the Way, an action figure super-hero.

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M.A.N.T.I.S.

(Doctor Miles Hawkins)

M.A.N.T.I.S. was a 1994/95 super-hero on television, played by Carl Lumbly. This is a mini-profile, with mostly stats.

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Captain Marvel

(Ultimate) (Mahr Vehl)

This is the version of Captain Marvel that existed in the Ultimate Comics version of the Marvel Universe.

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Psycho-Man


A classic Fantastic Four (and Micronaut) enemy from the microverse. Primarily an emotions manipulator.

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F.I.S.T.

(Frank Streeter)

From one of the 1980s Villains and Vigilantes super-hero RPG books. Power armour.

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Linna Yamazaki


One of the Knight Sabers in landmark cyberpunk animé Bubblegum Crisis. Dancer, stocks trader, expert power armour operator.

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Priss Asagari


One of the power-armour-clad cyberpunk Megatōkyō vigilantes in Bubblegum Crisis. She's the rockergirl of the bunch.

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Motorslaves


From Bubblegum Crisis. Combination motorbikes and power armour armatures (so, power armour for power armours).

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