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

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X-23

(Laura Kinney) (Profile #1 - Early)

This is Laura (X-23, though she will eventually be called Wolverine) during the early years of her career, until the Messiah Complex crossover. This profile includes lots and lots of clawing.

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Frenzy

(Joanna Cargill) (Profile #1 - Early)

A super-strong, quite angry mutants right activist. This profile is part #1 of our Frenzy coverage. It's about the early Frenzy, primarily as an Alliance of Evil member.

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Roulette

(Jennifer Stavros)

One of the 1980s Hellions, with bad luck and good luck psionic disks.

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Domino


Domino during the early 2000s, back when she was chiefly associated with X-Force. Guns, agility, luck powers, mercenary experience, etc.

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Scanner

(Acolytes of Magneto)

An Acolyte of Magneto with some minor quasi-astral projection powers. Mostly good for reconnaissance and communication.

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Doctor Kavita Rao


One of the big biology geniuses on Marvel Earth, but nicer than all the others put together. Which admittedly isn't hard. Anyway.

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Ruby Summers


The daughter of Scott Summers and Emma Frost in a possible, dystopian future (the same one as Bishop's).

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Tam


A tough-as-nails sarge of the Genoshan Magistrates, who once beat Wolverine up for a bit. High-tech elite soldier.

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Mindmeld


Obscure character with odd mind-swapping powers. Apparently a criminal mercenary.

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Armor

(Ichiki Hisako)

One of these "young X-Men" characters at Marvel that seldom seem to stick, even though many of them are pretty cool. Armor is one of the better ones, too. Japanese teenager with a psychic exoskeleton.

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Unus the Untouchable

(Pre-resurrection profile)

Best-known as an early foe of the X-Men, Unus has a very strong force field that repels stuff. This profile covers his classic career, before his resurrection.

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Fantomex

(Grant Morrison version)

This profile is specifically about Fantomex as written by Grant Morrison. Superhuman expert in misdirection, manipulation, combat and intelligence channelling several classic European anti-heroes.

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Quicksilver

(Pietro Maximoff) (Profile #1 - Early)

This is for Quicksilver early on, before Avengers vol. 1 #45, with the green costume and before retcons started. Feel the windburn !

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Jetstream

(Haroun ibn Sallah al-Rashid)

The flyer from the Marvel's Hellions. Cybernetically reinforced mutant.

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Doctor Nemesis

(Dr. James Bradley)

Now it is time for pure, empirical science as conducted by Dr. James Bradley of the X-Men's "X-Club" science team. For science.

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Pixie

(Megan Gwynn)

One of the younger and most cheerful X-Men, with both mutant powers and an affinity for magic. We guarantee that this profile is well tidy.

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Lobe


A smarmy villainous corporate man, but with mutant-related powers and tech. He's an interesting baddie in RPG campaigns.

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Kaga


Mad scientist with distinctive giant zombie mutant alien clone monsters and other tech. Fought the X-Men.

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Tarot

(Marie-Ange Colbert)

An intriguing mutant lass who can animate and read the tarot, and seems to be weirdly immortal.

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Thunderbird

(James Proudstar) (Profile #1 - Hellions)

James Proudstar during the 1980s, back when he was Thunderbird of the Hellions.

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Catseye

(Sharon Smith)

The mutant werecat among the Hellions - the New Mutants' rivals.

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Hellions

(Massachusetts Academy version)

This profile covers the original Hellions - the New Mutants' rivals, taught by Emma Frost of the Hellfire Club at the Massachusetts Academy.

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Cyclops

(Scott Summers) (Profile #1 - Early)

Older notes about Cyclops early during his career, in the 1960s. Mostly a benchmarking entry with rules about his power management.

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Angel

(Warren Worthington III) (Profile #1 - Early)

Dual-statted benchmarking entry for Angel (Worthington) during the early 1960s.

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