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Black Widow

(Claire Voyant)

The original, 1940s one. An agent of "Satan" with infernal powers that oddly acts just like a Golden Age killer vigilante.

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Count Dante


Deadliest Man Alive !

Count Danté ! Deadliest Man Alive ! Undefeated Supreme Grand Master of the Fighting Arts ! The World's DEADLIEST FIGHTING SECRETS Can Be Yours... FREE !

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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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Thump


A deformed giant with a surprising range of skills, on another planet. Starfire's friend.

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Sarge Steel

(Profile #1 - the Charlton era)

Sarge Steel as he appeared back in the 1960s or so, in Charlton Comics books.

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Viking

(Ross Palmer)

A random, so-so Namor the Submariner villain from a 1947 comic book. He's not bad with his axes.

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Namora

(Golden Age versions)

This profile is about Namora as she appeared from 1947 onward, before her Agents of Atlas return. So it's essentially the Golden Age Namora.

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Karlak of Mu


An obscure 1940s enemy of Namora and Namor, from the first version of Mu seen in the Marvel Universe.

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Jenny Sparks


Vintage (late 1990s) notes about this spirit of the XXth century, who appeared in Ellis' Stormwatch and The Authority.

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Shang-Chi

(Gisted profile)

A gisted profile of Marvel's Master of Kung Fu, son of Fu Manchu, fisherman, and on her Majesty's secret service.

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Mandarin

(Profile #1 - early)

This first, huge profile for the Mandarin covers everything from 1964 to 1974. Including tonnes of gadgets and robots and weapons and whatnot.

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Tiger Woman


A curious 1941 obscure character from a so-so comics, reminding us of how awful the 1940s were.

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Deep Ones

(Cthulhu mythos)

These are the Deep Ones from H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu Mythos, and particularly his Shadow over Innsmouth novella.

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Union Jack

(Montgomery Falsworth, Lord Falsworth)

Marvel Comics' original Union Jack, primarily active during the 1910s. Costumed British patriotic agent, obvs.

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Darna

(Narda)

The national Filipina super-heroine - a sort of Captain Marvel (Billy Batson) figure. Our notes about the different versions of the character we're aware of.

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Aztek


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

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Doctor Strange


The Doctor is in ! After a compact overview, this profile introduces all sorts of material to feature the mighty magical munificence of the maudlin Moons of Munnopor (or something like that...) in DC Heroes.

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Mister Hyde

(Profile #1 - Early)

A big, snarling profile for Marvel's classic Mister Hyde baddie during the 1960s and 1970s. Lotsa material. EVIL material !

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Pavane


An amusingly dated character with a bullwhip and trained panthers (the trained panthers are for hire, too). From Marvel comics 1970s Master of Kung-Fu tales.

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Sandman

(Wesley Dodds)

Our ancient notes for the original Sandman (Wesley Dodds), the 1930s guy with a suit and a sleep gas gun.

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