Posts Tagged ‘ Undead ’

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Jason Voorhees


The iconic 1980s+ slasher movie zombie with a hockey mask. From the Friday the 13th fittingly unending movie series.

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Ovu Mobani


One of the early monster-of-the-week in Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Zombies-animating demon mask.

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Taboo

(Amanda Reed)

From the 1990s Backlash comics, a street type with a powerful vampiric symbiote who became a government agent/investigator.

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Headless Horseman

(Tim Burton version)

The headless horseman of Sleepy Hollow, as the infernal murderer appears in Tim Burton's 1999 film adaptation.

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Seraph


An original variant over the comic book Spawn concept. Player Character.

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Lawbringer


One of the guys in the 1995 tabletop super-hero role-playing game Cosmic Enforcers. Ghost possessing a power armour suit.

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Ullals


Formerly a sadistic thief as "the Dentist", Ullals later became a vampire for a time.

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Thunder Rider


A Player Character in an older DC Heroes tabletop super-hero role-playing game campaign. Lightning powers.

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Medic

(Ghost Rider/Daredevil amalgam)

Original super-hero designed for a DCH PBEM. Merger of Ghost Rider and Daredevil in a different timeline.

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Dracula

(Buffy the Vampire Slayer)

That's the version seen in Buffy the Vampire Slayer S5E1.

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Varnae


The original Lord of Vampires in the Marvel Universe, and first vampire on Earth.

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Nocturne

(Vampire lord)

Vampire Lord who was at his peak during the decades preceding the heroic age.

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Generic Vampire

(in the Marvel Universe)

DC Heroes RPG stats for a stock vampire in Marvel comic books. For gamemasters, mostly.

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Battlestone

(Alternate Marvel Universe version)

A version of Image Comics' Battlestone that instead exists in the Marvel Universe. Super-strong super-soldier.

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Revenant

(Doom video game monster)

The giant brown skeletons with missile launchers in the classic DooM video games. You know the type.

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Nazi Zombie

(Doom video game monster)

The Wolfensteinian undead SS who make a sneak appearance in 1990s DooM games. Sneaky sneaky sneaky.

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Manny Calavera


The hero of the all-time classic adventure video game, Grim Fandango. A travel agent in a noir Mexican afterlife.

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Zombie

(Quake monster)

A quick profile (with RPG stats) of the zombies in the 1996 Quake video game - the decrepit, hard-to-kill, offensive corpses.

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Arch-Vile


One of the top-tier monsters in the 1990s Doom video games. Those are the ones who can revive slain demons.

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Carrion

(Miles Warren)

The horrific dead clone with deadly powers who fought Spider-Man back in 1979. Those were the days, my friend.

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Ghoul

(Jonathan Martin)

A distinctive, atypical super-hero from the Ultraverse of yore (a defunct super-hero comics imprint). Snarky zombie who talks to the dead.

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Zombots


Techno-zombies with guns. You can buy them, too. Mostly seen in WildC.A.T.s comics.

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