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Invincible

(Mark Grayson)

The "young Superman" character created by Kirkman for the Invincible comic books universe. Big profile !

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Giant


An angry eight-year old turned into a giant monster. Fought Invincible.

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Ol-Vir


A psychotic 12-year old with Kryptonian-class powers, first seen in The Great Darkness Saga opposite to the Legion of Super-Heroes.

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Tech Jacket


The young Green Lantern figure of the Invincible Universe (and other Image comics), except with an alien power armour.

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Captain Marvel

(1941 Republic serial version)

The version of Captain Marvel (Billy Batson) in the 1941 Republic serial, the first comic book adaptation to video. Shazam !

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Benoit Brisefer


Forever living in 1960-ish provincial France, this polite and helpful little boy is strong... stupendously strong ! A minor classic of Franco-Belgian graphic novels.

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Deathcry


An obscure member of the Avengers, with fighty powers and a royal Shi'ar background.

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Invisible Boy


He has no skill and an absurdly useless super-power, but by Jove Invisible Boy is going to a real super-hero. From the Mystery Men super-comedy.

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Gamora

(Profile #1 - Early)
The most dangerous woman in the universe !

Our first chronological Gamora profile covers her childhood and her 1970s appearances (plus her very few 1980s appearances). She was very 1970s back then, and the Guardians of the Galaxy were still quite far in her future.

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Aviva


A lonely goth teen witch from the first season of Charmed, with fire magic.

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Jacob Black


This is for the movie version of Native werewolf Jacob Black, as played by Taylor Lautner in the twilight movies. So he's a really hot teenage werewolf.

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Batman, Jr.

(Bruce Wayne, Jr.)

From oddball DC Comics "imaginary stories" of the 1960s and 1970s. Like, we dig this fab stuff.

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Super Simian

(Gorilla Grolifhar)

Super-gorilla studying with the Legion of Super-Heroes, in the Universe 3001 RPG campaign.

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Harlequin

(Molly Maynne)

This is the Golden Age Harlequin, a criminal who chased Green Lantern (Alan Scott) to marry him. She's pretty interesting and had quite a career, actually.

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Prime

(Kevin Green)

One of the most powerful heroes of Malibu Comics' Ultraverse in 1993-1994. A sort of Captain Marvel (Billy Batson) figure with various twists.

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Spider-Man

(Peter Parker) (Year One profile)

An emergent history profile describing Spider-Man (Peter Parker) exactly as he was during his first dozen appearances.

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Gabrielle

(Xena's companion)

Xena's sidekick and companion in Xena Warrior Princess, who went from young village bard to hardboiled epic adventurer.

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Power Man

(Victor Alvarez)

Marvel's third Power Man, the young Victor Alvarez from Spanish Harlem. Lifeforce manipulation power enhancing his strength and speed.

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Superman, Jr.

(Clark Kent, Jr.)

From the goofy Super-Sons stories that may or may not be in continuity in some continuities, depending on these continuities' continuity.

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Superman

(Secret Identity version)

From Kurt Busiek's Secret Identity, a version of Superman who lives in the "real" world where Superman is just a comic book. This covers his entire life.

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Bella Swan

(Profile #1 - Before Breaking Dawn part 2)

This is the movie version of Bella, covering everything up to the birth of her daughter and her death.

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Squire

(Beryl Hutchinson)

The Robin to the Knight (Cyril Sheldrake)’s Batman. Plucky sidekick with unusual intellectual and communication skills.

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