Bat-Boy dressed in an outfit reminiscent of a 1920's baseball player; striped pants and short sleeve shirt, boots, belt, and baseball cap. He wore a domino mask and put greased eye black on his cheeks underneath the mask. He almost always carried an …
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 …
Don Darko was one of the primary antagonists on the 1960's/1970's cartoon show, "The Adventures Of Super Bolt", which featured the fictional adventures of a fictionalized version of San Diego's first (and at the time, only) superhero, Super Bolt. Don …
Arthur Purcell was an insurance salesman for Liberty Mutual until he was affected by an unknown event that activated his Metahuman abilities. Purcell gained significant psychic abilities, and began to refer to himself as "Ptahvek", claiming to be a …
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 …
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 …