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FREEDOM FORCE SKINS - Page 5


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.

Base Mesh/Skin: Female_Basic - using DarkJared's Generic_Female Skin.



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.

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



PLASTIC MAN

This skin depicts Plastic Man as he appeared in the very first issue of Police Comics. This was the only time he wore this two-tone costume (which is usually recolored all red in most reprints).

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



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.

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



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.

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



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?

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



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.

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



PYROMAN

Dick Martin had been sent to the electric chair after he had wrongly been convicted of murder. Luckily, the scientist's electrical experiments had made him immune to the harmful effects of electricity, and instead gained super-powers (and apparently a pardon) from the event. As Pyroman (yes, his powers are electrical so he took a fire-based monicker), he can hurl lightning, fly by controlling magnetic fields, and do other electromagnetic tricks. Pyroman was one of the Nedor Publications stable of heroes, which also included the Black Terror.

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



THE RAINBOW RAIDER

One of the last members to join the Silver Age Flash's illustrious Rogues' Gallery, The Rainbow Raider was Roy G. Bivolo, who basically became a costumed criminal because he was colorblind, using all the technology he had acquired to help him see color (so he could become a painter) to rob banks and battle The Flash. Well, I've seen lamer motivations, but Roy's sure got a cool costume though, and he could use color to affect a target's mood, travel on beams of colored light and, of course, shoot colorful and rather painful lasers.

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



THE RED BEE

What can you say about the Red Bee that hasn't already been said. Rick Raleigh waged his war on crime armed with his wits and two trained bees. We're talking either seriously cool or seriously insane. You be the judge.

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



THE RED RAVEN

The Red Raven was a member of the Liberty Legion, Marvel Comics' World War II homefront heroes. He was raised as an orphan by The Bird People (an offshoot of the Inhumans). He made one appearance in the golden age, and then engaged the X-Men and The Sub-Mariner in the sixties (the latter battle inadvertantly resulted in his death).

Base Mesh/Skin: Male_Basic_Wings - using Mr_Pantz's Male_Basic_Wings Skin.



THE ROCKET RACER

Robert Farrell originally became the Rocket Racer to put food on his family's table. After several jail terms and skirmishes with Spider-Man, he now works as a freelance operative for Silver Sable International.

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



SAMURAI

Samurai was one of the "multicultural" members added to the Super Friends during the mid-seventies. Much like Apache Chief, he emitted guttural noises to activate his powers, which ran the gamut from flying, whirlwinds, turning invisible, growing to giant-size and charging himself with energy. He's supposed to be Japanese, but he sure looks like a White guy, which is how he is depicted in this skin.

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



SANDY THE GOLDEN BOY

Sandy Hawkins was the ward of Wesley Dodds, and assisted him in his crime-fighting career as the Sandman in the guise of Sandy the Golden Boy. When Dodds' Silicoid Gun exploded, Sandy was turned into a large stone-like being and Dodds was forced to imprison him while he tried to find a cure for his condition, which he later did several decades later. Sandy currently uses the name "Sand" and is a leading member of the new JSA.

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



SATURN QUEEN

Saturn Queen, like Saturn Girl of the Legion of Super-Heroes, is a native of the Saturnian moon Titan, and has the power of super-hypnosis, which allows her a measure of telepathy as well as mind control. Saturn Queen has battled the Legion on numerous occasions as a member of the Legion of Supeer-Villains.

Base Mesh/Skin: Female_Basic - using the Generic Female Skin by DarkJared.



THE SILVER SCARAB

The Silver Scarab has had the most multi-faceted career this side of Hank Pym. Hank Hall, the son of the Golden Age Hawkman and Hawkgirl, became the Silver Scarab and joined Infinity, Inc. Later he was turned to evil and was killed. He then took on the identity of the Sandman from Garrett Sanford, but his spirit was sent off by Morpheus. He then next arose in the persona of Doctor Fate, inheriting the Helm of Nabu from Kent Nelson. He current serves in the Justice Society, and is searching for a way to awaken his comatose wife Lyta (the modern Fury).

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



SILVER STREAK

The identity of the Silver Streak was never revealed. He used his super-speed and ability to fly to thwart all sorts of odd menaces, aided by his sidekick Mercury and his falcon, Zoom.

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



SKYMAN I

The Golden Age Skyman was a creation of Gardner Fox and Vincent Sullivan for Big Shot Comics. Alan Turner was a physical and mental marvel who adopted the guise of Skyman to fight injustice all over the world, aided by his fabulous plane, The Wing. He was billed as "America's National Hero!"

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



SKYMAN II

Skyman II was originally known as the Star-Spangled Kid, partner to Stripesy and member of the Seven Soldiers of Victory, the Justice Society and Infinity, Inc. He was killed in battle when Solomon Grundy used the cyanide-skinned Mr. Bones as a club to hit the flying hero.

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



SPEED SAVAGE

The two-fisted tales of Canadian Speed Savage were featured in Triumph Comics. Speed's only abilities were a dedication to beating the tar out of bad guys and a goofy-looking costume.

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



(ALIAS...) THE SPIDER I

Wealthy socialite Tom Hallaway who fought crime as the archer known as the Spider. He was later a member of the All-Star Squadron, and journeyed to Earth-X along with Uncle Sam's Freedom Fighters, where he presumably died fighting the Nazis there. In the post-Crisis on Infinite Earths world, The Spider was a decidedly unpleasant character, a criminal adopting the guise of a super-hero to rid himself of the competition. He was a member of the Seven Soldiers of Victory (helping their arch-foe the Hand to almost destroy the team and the world with the Nebula Man) and ran afoul of a family foe, the Shade. The Shade, after saving the lives of Jay and Joan Garrick from the Spider's plan, put an end to the original Spider once and for all.

Base Mesh/Skin: Hawkeye - using the Gryphon's Generic Muscle Skin and the base skin for the mesh by the Beyonder.



SPIDER-MAN UNLIMITED

This skin is based on the short-lived Fox Kids cartoon "Spider-Man Unlimited", in which Peter Parker journeyed to Counter-Earth to battle that world's versions of The Green Goblin, Kingpin and many more classic Spidey foes.

Base Mesh/Skin: Male Alpha - using the Gryphon's Generic Muscle Skin.



STARDUST THE SUPER-WIZARD

Stardust could easily give the Spectre or Thanos a run for their money. He appeared in Fox Publications' "Fantastic Comics," and his adventures were definitely akin to those Bernard Bailey made for the Spectre. Stardust once stopped a plot hatched by Fifth Columnists and Martian invaders by creating a duplicate Earth and letting the Martians disintegrate it, along their traitorous allies.

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



STARMAN II (MIKAAL TOMAS)

Mikaal Tomas was a blue-skinned alien warrior from the planet Meridian (in the Talok star system) who ended up becoming a traitor to his people. He came to Earth and became a complete hedonist, ending up in Opal City, where he inadvertantly took up the legacy of Starman briefly. He was later freed from a circus freak show by Jack Knight, and became his close friend.

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



STARMAN III (PRINCE GAVYN)

Prince Gavyn was the third man to use the name "Starman" and the first true "starman", being the Crown Prince of Throneworld, which was usurped by Jediah Rikane and Gavyn's sister Clyrssa. Starman battled with the aid of an alien named Mentor, who helped him learn to control his incredible powers. After the empire of Throneworld was disbanded after the alien conqueror known as Mongul tried to seize power, Starman protected his home planet until he gave up his life during the Crisis on Infinite Earths. Recently, Will Payton (Starman IV) took up the guise of Gavyn, after his "death" at the hands of Eclipso.

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



THE STEEL FIST

Timothy Slade became the Steel Fist in five adventures in the pages of Blue Circle Comics. He had one fist clad in a heavy steel glove. Of course, this made his adventures a tad heavy-handed (rimshot).

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



STREAMLINE: THE FASTEST FIGHTER IN THE WORLD

Scientist Keenan King spent a year and a half perfecting a special drug known as Elixir X. To help save the burning 21st National Bank, he injects himself with the chemical, transforming him into the fastest man alive! Streamline starring in four issues of his own British comic in the late forties.

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



STRONG MAN I

Percy Van Norton became the "World's Most Perfect Man" after following the exercises in a Yogi's secret book. He has the strength of 100 elephants, the speed of a race car and his skin is as tough as a rhino hide. He later joined the Nazi cause, as he became of member of Dr. Death's Battle Axis.

Base Mesh/Skin: Male_Cape_Boots by the Beyonder - using the Gryphon's Generic Muscle Skin.



STRONG MAN II

Strong Man is the mightiest member of that most inept of cartoon super-teams, The Mighty Heroes.

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



SUPER PRESIDENT

President James Norcross was caught in the "fallout of a cosmic storm" and gained super-powers (including the power of flight) and fights crime in as Super President. Lord knows how he managed to get away from the press long enough to do that though, even in a cartoon (which was originally broadcast in 1967).

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



THE SWORD (a.k.a. CHIC CARTER)

Chic Carter was a daring reporter who took up the identity of the Sword in the first few adventures he had in Police Comics. He later just did his part to fight crime and stop saboteurs in his civilian identity. He was portrayed by the late, great Lyle Talbot in the Chic Carter movie serial.

Well, this skin is okay, but it doesn't really fit the mesh. I've always liked Chic Carter and wanted to do a skin of him, but the animations of the ninja mesh don't quite fit the Sword's swashbuckling style. The lack of facial features on the mesh is also a drawback.

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



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