6168 in-depth character profiles from comics, games, movies

Posts Tagged ‘ Shapechanger ’

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Mirage

(Desmond Charne)

Obscure Spider-Man foe with tricky invisibility/illusion powers. As of October of 2021, this profile has been entirely redone and updated.

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Clayface

(Sondra Fuller)

The fourth Clayface, from a small mythos of horror-themed Batman characters. Shapechanging usual suspect.

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Triax the Terrible


A Man-Beast servant and Adam Warlock enemy, Triax was one of the High Evolutionary's new men. Specifically an uplifted warthog. As of August of 2021, this entry received visual and textual polish, plus Mutants & Masterminds stats.

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Paintball


An early enemy of Stargirl. Versatile but not hugely powerful colour- and energy-based powers. As of June of 2021, this profile received HD illustrations and painterly Mutants & Masterminds stats.

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Egg tengu


A small clan of magical Japanese creatures. These once helped the Outsiders fight crime, sort of.

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Atom

(Ray Palmer)

The Silver Age Atom (Ray Palmer) from the very beginning up to Blackest Night inclusive. As of December of 2020, this entry was split in two parts. This may seem like a small thing, but it helps slower readers not shrink away from long texts.

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Dharlu


An enigmatic and powerful alien seen in a few 1970s Justice League of America stories.

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Putty Drones


Odd little, pliable androids who once took on the Justice League of America. They can thus be interesting opponents.

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Lastikman

(Movie version)

The version of the Filipino super-hero Lastikman seen in the 2004 movie take. As of August of 2020, the game stats and discussion about the traditional version of Lastikman have been restored. They had been lost for far too long due to a stupid cut-and-paste mistake.

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Proton


The last (and least, size-wise) member of the Challengers. These were Player Characters in an older DC Heroes campaign by our contributors Ethan and Keith.

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Ms. Marvel

(Kamala Khan) (Profile #1 - Absolute beginner)

Ms. Marvel (Kamala Khan) at the very beginning of her career. Body-morphing powers and heroic spirit. As of May of 2020, this profile received a review for style and clarity, plus M&M stats that do make their five dailies.

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Tigra the were-woman

(Greer Nelson profile #2)

Our second profile for Marvel Comics heroine Greer Nelson, depicting her early days as Tigra. During those she was a bit different than in later depictions. As of December of 2019 the illustrations were redone in HD. The text also had its fur brushed, though it was reading better than I remembered.

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Corvidae


Two demon-like, shape-shifting sisters who organise death duels between great warriors from any universes. They're, like, a crossover engine. The Corvidae appeared in Gail Simone and Aaron Lopresti's Wonder Woman vs. Conan mini-series.

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Doc Horror


The founder and leader of the monsters-hunting Nocturnals. From Dan Brereton's cool painted comics. Doc is a very pulps-ish two-fisted scientist.

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Mrs. Gradenko


A strange werebear, and a Russian special operative. Seen in Suicide Squad. As of January of 2019, this profile has been overhauled and got overbearing M&M stats.

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Mister Who


An obscure yet perfectly viable enemy of Doctor Fate, mostly seen during the 1940s. Growth and (sometimes) physical adaptation/morphing powers. Criminal mastermind type.

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Vamp and Animus

(Denise Baranger)

A strange and intriguing and under-used Marvel character with at least two distinct identities. She fought Captain America and S.H.I.E.L.D., and not just with the power of disco.

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Snowbird aka Harfang

(Classic Alpha Flight) (Part #1)

The classic/early version of Snowbird from Alpha Flight, thoroughly explored. Mush mush ! As of April of 2018, this profile has its illustrations redone and was split into two parts, since it was a few hundred words above our "read in one sitting" threshold.

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Werewolf by Night

(Profile #1 - Earliest)

This is the first, 1970s profile for Marvel Comics' Werewolf by Night during his early adventures. Woof. Grrr. As of April of 2018, this profile was split since it was a bit too long, and the illustrations were overhauled.

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Werewolf by Night

(part #2 - Early)

Second part of Marvel Comics' Werewolf by Night 1970s profile. It's one entry in a series, or perhaps a part of a howl.

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Quicksand


One of the sand-powered villains in the Marvel Universe, which always makes for a good encounter. As of January of 2018, this profile has received M&M stats that demonstrate the system's granularity.

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Megatron

(1980s Marvel Comics version)

Perhaps the greatest villain known to Generation Y... well, at least back when they were very young and if they were watching lots of telly. And until they saw Darth Vader, I guess. Oh, well. You know. This is the eeeviiill Transformer boss, as he appeared in the "G1" 1980s comics published by Marvel. Back then he still turned into...

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Gears

(1980s Transformers comics)

Gears of the Transformers, as he appeared in the early Marvel Comics spin-off of the 1980s.

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Prowl

(Transformers) (1980s Marvel Comics version)

This is Prowl of the Transformers as he appeared in the 1980s licensed Marvel comic book series. Back then he was turning into a Datsun Z-series styled as a police cruiser.

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Shockwave

(Transformers) (Marvel Comics G1 version)

Shockwave the evil Transformer bad guy, and then-new leader of the Decepticons. As with the rest of Bryan's current writeups arc, this is for the version that appeared in Marvel Comics of the 1980s.

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Bumblebee

(Transformers) (1980s Marvel Comics)

Continuing Bryan's arc through the 1980s Marvel Transformers comics, with Bumblebee. As you could prolly tell from the illustration, if you're an older gentleman. Back then BB still turned into a VW Beetle.

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Ratchet

(1980s Marvel US comics)

Ratchet of the Transformers as he appeared in the 1980s Marvel Comics books series. He's the robot doctor who turns into a robot ambulance and saves the robot day.

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