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MAGNO

Golden Age hero Magno appeared in Super Mystery Comics with his partner Davey. He had various magnetic powers (which Davey could draw off of using a special suit) and was your standard all-around slugger.

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Base Mesh/Skin: Male_Cape - using the Gryphon's Generic Muscle Skin


MAMMOTH

Mammoth is an Australian who is devoted to his sister Selinda, the transmuting super-villain known as Shimmer. Both were members of the Fearsome Five and have tried on several occasions to defeat the Teen Titans. Mammoth was recently seen as part of the Thunderfront created by the Ultra-Humanite.

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Base Mesh/Skin: Male_Heavy_Effects - using the Gryphon's Generic Muscle Skin


MANHUNTER II

"He hunts the world's most dangerous game!" Archie Goodwin and Walt Simsonson revived the old Simon and Kirby character of Paul Kirk in the pages of Detective Comics, in a series that became one of the true classics of the seventies. This skin cannot in any way do justice to that series (much in the same way the character featured in The Power Company never will).

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Base Mesh/Skin: Male_Belt - using the Gryphon's Generic Muscle Skin


MARSMAN

Marsman flew into Bigburg, USA much to the amazement of the citizenry. He soon after used his flying abilities to capure some criminals stealing a truckload of loot.

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Base Mesh/Skin: Male_Basic_Tall_Teen - using the Gryphon's Generic Muscle Skin


MARVELMAN

Mickey Moran speaks the magic word "Kimota" to transform into the powerful Marvelman. Marvelman was, of course, an attempt by British publishers to keep the magic of Captain Marvel going after Fawcett Publications ceased publication.

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MASKMAN

The Honourable Peter Pilkington fought crime in wartime Great Britain in the guise of Maskman. He and his servant Fogg had several adventures that were a sort of a combination of Batman and Robin with Wooster and Jeeves. Maskman had no superpowers or specialized equipment, other than a good left jab and the air of "man of mystery" about himself.

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Base Mesh/Skin: Male_Belt - using the Gryphon's Generic Muscle Skin


MEGATON MAN

Newspaper reporter Trent Phloog went through a variety of oddball origins to become the hero known as Megaton Man - the greatest defender of Megalopolis!

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Base Mesh/Skin: Cape_Generic_HeroB (by X-Man) - using DarkJared's Generic_Female Skin


MERRY, THE GIRL OF 1,000 GIMMICKS

Merry is the adopted sister of Sylvester Pemberton, the original Star-Spangled Kid. She married Henry King, the criminal known as Brain Wave, and later had a son who became Brain Wave Jr. of Infinity, Inc. She is also currently a member of the elderly super-hero team, Old Justice.

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Base Mesh/Skin: Generic_Heroine_Cape - using DarkJared's Generic_Female Skin


MINUTE MAN

Not to confuse players of Freedom Force, but this is the original Minute Man, from Fawcett Publications (and later DC Comics). Jack Weston was your basic all-around patriotic hero...full of resourcefulness and flying fists. He's recently appeared in Starman and The Power of Shazam, and has worked with Bulletman, Captain Marvel and Spy Smasher over the years.

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Base Mesh/Skin: Male_Belt - using the Gryphon's Generic Muscle Skin


MIRACLEMAN

Mickey Moran didn't realize he was actually the result of a government experiment with alien technology, or that he had an imagined history as a comic book super-hero. After he reawoke, he and similar beings like himself set up a virtual utopia on Earth, for the benefit or deteriment of Mankind.

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Base Mesh/Skin: Male_Basic - using the Gryphon's Generic Muscle Skin


MISS AMERICA (DC Comics)

Miss America, heroine of much controversy on the DC Universe message boards, comes to life for Freedom Force. Joan Dale Trevor was one of the original Freedom Fighters and originally replaced Wonder Woman as secretary of the Justice Society in the post-Crisis on Infinite Earths world. Or maybe she didn't. No one is exactly sure anymore. But she's a cool character, who could fly and transmute things into other things (like forming a flying wing out of air).

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Base Mesh/Skin: Generic_Heroine_Cape - using the Gryphon's Generic Muscle Skin


MISS AMERICA (Marvel Comics)

Well, since I was doing Miss America, I figured I might as well do both Miss Americas. Madeline Pryor could fly and was a pretty good fighter and acrobat. She served with the All-Winner's Squad, The Liberty Legion and the Invaders. She died in childbirth giving birth to she and the Whizzer's son, the radioactive Nuklo.

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Base Mesh/Skin: Generic_Heroine_Cape - using the Gryphon's Generic Muscle Skin


MISTER EXCITING

"It's great to be alive!!!" Mr. Exciting was probably the most active of the students that the Tick gathered together for his class on super-heroing in the classic cartoon "The Tick Vs. Education." WOOOO!

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MISTER JUSTICE

Mr. Justice was the eerie star of many issues of the original Blue Ribbon Comics. He's basically the Archie Comics/MLJ counterpart of the Spectre. He was originally Prince James of England who was slain by assassins during the Rogers Rebellion. His spirit was not allowed to rest and was freed from the castle in which he was killed in 1940. His only real weakness what that when he was in a corporeal form, he could be harmed by fire. After the war, Mr. Justice had several adventures, including one in which he teamed up with the Jaguar and Steel Sterling to battle the organization known as DEMON.

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MISTER SCARLET

Mr. Scarlet and Pinky were Fawcett Publications' version of Batman and Robin. Brian Butler had a few super-powers, including the ability to fly, but seemed to forget that he had them, preferring to travel by swinging on ropes most of the time.

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THE MOLECULE MAN

The explosion of an experimental particle reactor gave Owen Reece the power to mentally manipulate all forms of matter and energy, making him the most powerful being in Earth's multiverse (at least according to the Watcher). He has fought the Fantastic Four, The Avengers, The Beyonder, and is currently trying his best to simply lead a normal life.

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MONGUL

Mongul's sole purpose in life is conquest and he has no qualms about doing anything to achieve his goals. Mongul's power blasts are able to hold off the pre-Crisis-on-Infinite-Earths Superman, and he can teleport and create "dimensional-inversion cubes". His plans have also brought him into conflict with Supergirl, the Martian Manhunter, Starman III, The Legion of Super-Heroes, Wonder Woman, Batman and Robin the Boy Wonder. Strangely enough, Robin (Jason Todd) was once able to defeat Mongul by turning one of his schemes against him.

Mongul is obviously Jim Starlin's attempt to recreate his classic Marvel character Thanos over at DC. No one told him that Darkseid is already around, but no one seemed to mind for the few appearances Mongul made before he was changed substantially after the Crisis.

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Base Mesh/Skin: Male_Heavy_Effects - using the Gryphon's Generic Muscle Skin


NEGATIVE MAN

Test pilot Larry Trainor's plan crashed and he found himself merged with a strange negative energy creature, which while granting him great power, also made him intensely radioactive. He was forced to wear special bandages in order to move about normally without killing people with his mere presence. He joined the Doom Patrol, and was presumed dead when Madame Rouge and General Zahl blew the team to smithereens. The negative energy being later merged with Valentina Vostok of the New Doom Patrol. Larry himself was found alive reunited with the Negative Energy being when it fused the two of them together with Dr. Eleanor Poole to create the unique being known as Rebis.

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NEGATIVE WOMAN

Negative Woman is the second person to house the Negative Energy Being. Valentina Vostok was a Soviet test pilot who had an accident very similar to the original Negative Man, Larry Trainor, that fused her to the Negative Energy creature. She joined the new Doom Patrol as a result. She later lost control of the energy being, forcing her to wear the same bandages that Larry did to contain it. and later the being left her completely and she became very active in the US intelligence community (particularly Checkmate).

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NIGHTWING I

The original Nightwing was actually Superman, using a masked identity while he was a fugitive in the bottle city of Kandor. Jimmy Olsen was his partner, Flamebird. Later, Van-Zee and Ak-Var of Kandor decided their city needed the costumed crimefighters and took up the guises.

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Base Mesh/Skin: Male_Caped - using the Gryphon's Generic Muscle Skin


NOVA I

Nova Kane was a burlesque queen (read that as "stripper") who had her body blown to atoms, but was able to reform herself as Nova, the Energy Woman. She hangs around with E-Man, Cap'n Koala and Mike Mauser and helps the group fight crime and weird menaces.

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OBSIDIAN

Obsidian is one of the more tragic legacy characters in the DC Universe. He is a former member of both Infinity, Inc. and the Justice Society, but has since begun to walk the path of evil with the "help" of longtime JSA enemy Ian Karkull. He is currently waiting in the shadows, plotting the demise of his father Sentinel and his sister Jade.

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ORKA, THE HUMAN KILLER WHALE

Orka was originally an Atlantean soldier in the employ of Warlord Krang. Dr. Dorcas transformed him into the powerful Killer Whale in an attempt to destroy the Sub-Mariner. Orka has battled the Sub-Mariner on many occasions, as well as Thor and Moondragon of the Avengers, and has been defeated each time.

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Base Mesh/Skin: Male_Hulking - using the Gryphon's Generic Muscle Skin


PAT PARKER, WAR NURSE

Pat Parker was a nurse in war-ravaged England who wasn't satisfied just tending to the victims of war...she decided to take the war to the Nazis themselves. After capturing a U-Boat (!), she takes up the costumed identity of War Nurse. While very similar to Wonder Woman at times, Pat didn't have any super-powers. She was later assisted by the Girl Commandos.

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THE PHANTOM OF THE FAIR

There's no denying it - this was the simplest skin I have ever done. But the Phantom of the Fair is one of those simple, single-minded characters. Like his literary and silver screen namesake, he "haunted" the 1939 New York World's Fair. Both the original Sandman and the original Crimson Avenger had run-ins with this strange villain.

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POWER NELSON (a.k.a. FUTUREMAN)

Power Nelson (also known as Futureman) was one of the stars of Prize Comics, and had super strength, but no other powers. In a unique twist, Gene West wore an eyepatch to disguise himself in his civilian identity, removing it when the strength of Power Nelson was needed.

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THE PROWLER

Hobie Brown was a gifted inventor stuck as a window washer until he finally quit and modified his devices to help him achieve fame by stealing and then returning the items for the publicity. Unfortunately his first attempt garnered the attention of Spider-Man. Luckily, Spider-Man heard his story and decided to let him go, and later called upon him to help him preserve his secret identity by impersonating the Web-Slinger. The Prowler has also encountered the White Tiger, The Cat Burgler, the Black Fox amd does occasional work for Silver Sable.

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THE PUPPETEER (a.k.a. CAPTAIN V)

Alan Hale was a fairly typical red, white and blue super-hero for Fox Publications. He took his original name from his profession, which was puppet maker. He transformed into the Puppeteer whenever Raven, his talking bald eagle played Beethoven's Fifth on an magic pipe organ in Alan's puppet shop. The Puppeteer flew by way of red, white and blue "v-beams." And you folks thought the Red Bee was odd?

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THE PURPLE MASK

The Purple Mask was really Dennis Burton, and appeared in two adventures in Daring Mystery Comics (he was originally known as The Laughing Purple Mask.

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