Tag: Villain

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  • Dr. Elliot Caulfield

    Dr. Caulfield is just a bad guy. He was willingly working for The Unicorn to develop a viable clone of [[:lightning-bolt|Lightning Bolt]]. Caulfield is still in her employ, having led the development of two variations of Heat: Flash and Pump. * …

  • Moonstone (Leigh Johnstone)

    Leigh Johnstone saw her wealthy parents murdered in front of her very eyes when when she was nine years old, a trauma that caused extreme hysterical blindness. She was raised by her uncle, Muhammed Abdul. The horror of the experience also caused Leigh …

  • Vulcan (Muhammed Abdul)

    Abdul is the uncle of [[:moongoon | Leigh Johnstone]], aka Moonstone. He became her legal guardian when she was nine, after her father (his brother) and mother were killed. He has exploited her split personality, especially after she gained her powers. …

  • Det. Frank Davis

    Davis found Bantam's discarded clothes at a crime scene, complete with his civilian employee badge. He tried to use the knowledge of Bantam's secret ID to help him frame someone for murder.

  • Mistress of Gaia (Sophia Beaulieu)

    Sophia was raised in the upper reaches of the European financial world, the child of the old money Beaulieus of Paris. She wined and dined with heads of state and captains of industry from all nations. Her passionate nature and forceful personality led …

  • Charles Nichols (Chopper)

    Charles Nichols was one of the best helicopter pilots in the Army, flying more combat missions than anybody else. Then he inadvertantly fired on a village and killed civilians, and his career was over. Bitter at his sudden fall from grace, he turned to …

  • Stiletto

    Cindy Stilwell was an angry adolescent, that's where her sociopathy first exhibited. She rose from petty theft to assault to murder very quickly. Her first stint in prison was the realization of a cliche: it made her a better criminal. Much better. …

  • Bulldozer

    Gerald Comstock grew up on a farm in North Dakota. His mutation manifested at birth, unlike most which reveal themselves during puberty. He was so large at birth that his mother died, and he was raised by a father who blamed him for her death. His …

  • Brigade

    Bruce Wallace is a mutant who discovered during his teenage years that he could manifest up to five exact duplicates of himself, identical in every way; especially in the desire to aggressively one-up the others. They act with one mind, but they don't …

  • Ditty

    Roger Harrison is a twenty-something slacker, the stereotypical Millennial. He still lives at home, he has no job, and he's never wanted for anything in his life. Consequently, he is restless and bored and stupid. His teen years were spent latching …

  • Conductor

    Once a murderer on death row, the night of Latisha Williams' execution instead became the night of her rebirth. The electric chair triggered her latent mutant genes and turned her into a living battery, able to live off of electricity alone and generate …

  • The Rage Twins

    Elvin and Elvira Halliday were inseperable since their births, only two minutes apart. They were also amoral, getting arrested multiple times throughout their teenage years. Then they participated in a drug experiment by [[:the-unicorn-1 | The Unicorn …

  • Termite

    Michael Hunt was student of electronics at IUPUI and worked part-time as a custodian. An accident with chemical pesticides transformed Michael into a gigantic insect. Horrified and ostracized, Michael eked out a life in the ghettos of Indianapolis until …

  • The Unicorn

    Watching her father, the international gun-runner known as The Unicorn, waste away and die a bitter, broken man was too much for Cassandra Knowles. She spent her considerable inheritance enlisting the best operatives from around the world to train her …

  • Miscountess

    Elinda Lopez was a stage magician's assistant and part-time petty thief. Partnered with magician Jack Jones, she made a decent albeit itinerate living. When Jack stole the Brotherhood of Sangala's Mind Gem (and became Baron Mind), she was incensed …

  • Brother Ashari

    His real name is Kasun Hewage. He was the country's Finance Minister but he was also a member, along with many other movers and shakers in the government and elite society, of the secret sect [[:the-brotherhood-of-senghala | the Brotherhood of Senghala …

  • Lodestone

    Lodestone is a golem animated by [[:brother-ashari | Brother Ashari]] at the behest of [[:mistress-of-gaia | Mistress of Gaia]].

  • Firestone

    Firestone is a golem animated by [[:brother-ashari | Brother Ashari]] at the behest of [[:mistress-of-gaia | Mistress of Gaia]].

  • Marl

    Marl is a golem animated by [[:brother-ashari | Brother Ashari]] at the behest of [[:mistress-of-gaia | Mistress of Gaia]].

  • Ganister

    Ganister is a golem animated by [[:brother-ashari | Brother Ashari]] at the behest of [[:mistress-of-gaia | Mistress of Gaia]].

  • Anti-Matter

    Albert Carpin was a rebellious youth. His father Edison tried to raise the boy right, but the teen's anger at his mother's passing when he was 11 and Edison's own ineptitude when it came to personal interaction with anybody produced a problem child. …

  • Nebula

    Edison Carpin longed for the fame and accolades reserved only for the most brilliant of scientists. Unfortunately, he lacked the brilliance. He was a very good theoretical physicist but he constantly found himself in the shadows of greater men. So when …

  • Microwave

    Bjorn Christensen is a brilliant quantum physicist, and he'll be the first to tell you so. His rising scientific star was detoured, however, when the son of his colleague, Edison Carpin, snuck into the Large Hadron Collidor in the middle of an experiment …

  • Smoky Joe

    Joey DeWitt was the next oldest of the four brothers. He was the one most likely to back up Boyd on anything. The consummate follower. He owned DeWitt Automotive in DeWitt, Kentucky, but the garage was run mostly by his niece Doris, daughter of Sam ( …

  • Black Lung

    Darrell DeWitt was the oldest of seven children, born to poor coal miners in DeWitt, Kentucky. It was believed he perished in a mine collapse, but seven days later this mysterious, coal-crusted figure emerged. Never straying far from the mine, …

  • Alpha

    Joe-Bob DeWitt, son of Drusilla, is almost ashamed of his powers: the ability to control canines. The others constantly berate him, and he responds by trying to be better than anyone else. To that end, he's trained extensively in hand-to-hand combat, …

  • Wildfire

    Becky Oney is Drusilla's niece, daughter of one of her sisters. She's a teenaged single mother, like many in her demographic. She's just this side of crazy, known for never turning down a dare. Becky's mother, Sarah, was a DeWitt until her marriage to …

  • Gnat

    Bobby Oney is Becky's younger brother. He _hates_ being called Gnat. APPEARANCES [[Issue 29 - Country Cookin' | Issue 29 - Country Cookin']] [[Issue 31 - Blood And Oil | Issue 31 - Blood And Oil]]

  • Mule

    Jackson McCoy, Penny's older brother. Jackson is very protective of his sister, and will do anything she says. APPEARANCES [[Issue 29 - Country Cookin' | Issue 29 - Country Cookin']] [[Issue 31 - Blood And Oil | Issue 31 - Blood And Oil]]

  • Dart

    Daisy DeWitt, daughter of [[:alpha | Joe-Bob (Alpha) DeWitt]], brother of [[:captain-awesome | Jeremiah (Captain Awesome)]]. APPEARANCES: [[Issue 29 - Country Cookin' | Issue 29 - Country Cookin']] [[Issue 31 - Blood And Oil | Issue 31 - Blood And …

  • Captain Awesome

    Jeremiah DeWitt, Drusilla's grandson (his father is [[:alpha | Joe-Bob (Alpha) DeWitt]]) was born with severe developmental issues. He also manifested massively powerful mental powers when he hit puberty. Jeremiah is a handful. He has an older sister …

  • Bobby Lucese

    Bobby was a made man, but still low on the totem pole of Chicago's South Side Marone family. His wife Adrienne was killed under suspicious circumstances, and Bobby blamed Vinnie Pestano, a member of the Scarpelli mob, renowned for his unbelievable luck. …

  • Maelstrom

    Martin Langstrom made his fortune in the South Florida real estate market, with the occasional help of his contacts in the Mayor's Office and the Miami Mob. He had everything: vast wealth, good health, and a beautiful young wife. Unfortunately, all of …

  • Tick

    Tick's background is lost to history. It's been speculated that he began in the womb as twins, but consumed his brother before birth, the only evidence of his twin's existence being his two extra arms. He first appeared alongside Maelstrom, with whom …