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Kinetix

(Zoe Saugin)

From the first, 1994 reboot of the Legion of Super-Heroes. Mystically-powered telekinetic lass.

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Monstress

(Candi Pyponte-Le Parc III)

"Class 100" strongwoman from the 1990s rebooted version of the Legion of Super-Heroes.

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Ferro

(Post-Reboot version)

Heroic brick. This is the 1994 reboot version.

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Gates

(Ti‘Julk Mr’asz)

Alien teleporter from the 1994 reboot of the Legion of Super-Heroes.

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Karate Kid

(Val Armorr) (Post-Reboot version)

The rebooted version of Karate Kid, not too long after he was introduced.

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Cosmic Boy

(Post-Reboot version)

This is for the 1994 rebooted version of the quintessential Legion of Super-Heroes leader. Magnetic powers.

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Sensor

(Post-Reboot version)

A serpentine, illusions-casting member of the rebooted, 1990s Legion of Super-Heroes.

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Umbra

(Post-Reboot version)

The post-1990s-reboot equivalent of Shadow Lass. Darkness powers.

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Star Boy

(Post-Reboot version)

This is the "reboot" (1994-2004) version of Star Boy of the Legion of Super-Heroes.

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Chameleon

(Post-Reboot version)

This is for the 1994 rebooted version of the Legion of Super-Heroes' charismatic shapechanger.

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Triad

(Post-Reboot version)

The post-1994-reboot Triplicate Girl/Duo Damsel.

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Saturn Girl

(Post-Reboot version)

The 1994-rebooted version of Imra, of the Legion of Super-Heroes. Still in pink.

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Live Wire

(Garth Ranzz)

The 1990s rebooted version of Lightning Lad, of the Legion of Super-Heroes.

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Radiation Roy


A minor, none-too-impressive Legion of Super-Heroes villain. But don't underestimate his power either.

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Aquagirl

(Tula)

Old old old character notes for Tula, the Aquagirl who was active from the 1960s to the 1980s.

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Rick Jones


Older notes about Rick back during his classic days. He's a surprisingly important character in the Marvel Universe.

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Colossal Boy

(Pre-Reboot)

Colossal Boy of the original Legion of Super-Heroes, with a focus on the Levitz era.

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Timber Wolf

(Brin Londo) (Pre-reboot)

The classic (1961-1995) version of the Legion of Super-Heroes' Timber Wolf. High levels of enhanced physical strength and prowess, took levels in Brooding Feral Loner well before it was fashionable.

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Lightning Lad

(Pre-Reboot version)

Our first stab at this LSH founder, as a large article covering his various states from 1958 to 1994.

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Fighting American

(Nelson and John Flagg)

A somewhat goofy patriotic hero, based on the 1950s Simon and Kirby creation. A sort of Captain America pastiche.

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Flash

(Stan Lee take) (Mary Maxwell)

The version of the Flash in the Imagine Stan Lee... super-hero setting.

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Chick

(Super-Friends)

Obscure sidekick of the Penguin in the Super-Friends "continuity".

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Flash

(Iris West) (Kingdom Come)

The version of Iris West who appeared as the fourth Flash in DC Comics' Kingdom Come dystopian future.

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Book

(Rex Mundi agent)

A dude possessed by an evil magic tome. Worked as an enforcer for bad guys, and part of a team of other useful mercs.

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