Baron Bloodanov wears black punk-style combat boots and brown tactical pants. He wears a large black leather trenchcoat, worn open with no undershirt. He wears a full head-covering gas mask, the tube of which runs into a port in his upper chest.
John Doe (real name unknown) is a psychologically-disturbed Metahuman who was once imprisoned in the Ashcroft Asylum for the Criminally Insane. John Doe doesn't know his true identity, believes his super-powers to be a disease, and suffers from paranoid …
Robotnik sports many visible pieces of cyberware. He tends to wear heavy 'rough-n-tumble' style clothes, such as work jeans, leather jackets, and heavy boots.
Maxwell Robotnik was once Maxwell Chapek, a U.S. Army soldier serving in the Iraq War. He was …
Freedom Cobra wears a black armored military-style outfit that covers his legs and torso, along with black gloves and black combat boots. He wears a body holster across his chest, and two flag-themed combat ceramic shoulder pads; one decorated with the …
Jaromir Raddik was the son of a member of the Czechoslovakian secret police (StB). Raddik's father jumped ship to the Storm Korps when the StB was dissolved, and fled the country altogether when it split into the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Jaromir was …
Charlie Hudson was a promising minor league baseball player. A graduate of Rancho Bernardo high school (well known for producing quality graudates of its baseball program), he played several years in the minor leagues before suffering a tragic accident. …
No one is quite sure exactly what happened to George Tarzin to put him in a delusional state. George wasn't born with Metahuman abilities, but the details of his 'emergence event' aren't known.
George worked as a contractor, helping to build and repair …