Bio Mania

Nick Fury

August 17, 2010
Nick Fury
Real Name-Nick Fury
Nick Fury
-Son of World War I pilot Jack Fury, Nick Fury became a legendary hero in the early years of World War II, taking missions into Europe alongside his friend Red Hargrove, under the command of Lt. Samuel Sawyer. During a mission in Holland, Fury, Hargrove and Sawyer befriended circus strongman Timothy "Dum-Dum" Dugan who became a close friend. Hargrove was killed in the attack on Pearl Harbor that led the US to officially enter the war on December 7, 1941, Fury fought the Nazis in Northern Africa, then was reunited with Captain Sawyer, who made Sgt. Fury the leader of the US Rangers’ First Attack Squad, soon nicknamed the “Howling Commandos” for their boisterous battle cry. Dugan served as Fury’s second-in-command and became his closest friend. The Howlers occasionally worked alongside Captain America (Steve Rogers) and Bucky (James Barnes), who became significant allies. During one mission, Fury’s left eye was damaged by a grenade and his lack of medical care eventually aggravated the wound. At one point, Professor Berthold Sternberg gave Fury the “Infinity Formula,” which retarded Fury’s aging process, although it required him to take regular injections to stay alive. Late in the war, Fury joined the OSS and with the war’s end joined their post-war CIA agency. 

         In recent years, Fury was selected as director of SHIELD, an international intelligence agency equipped with state-of-the-art technology by Tony Stark. Fury recruited many of the Howlers to the organization, notably Dum Dum. As leader of SHIELD, Fury faced the likes of Hydra, AIM, Scorpio (his own brother Jacob) and the Hate-Monger (Adolf Hitler’s clone). Fury was reunited with Captain America, who survived years in suspended animation, and the two rekindled their friendship. When SHIELD was beset by a conspiracy at its highest level by the Deltite, Fury allowed the organization to disband and later rebuilt it as a smaller unit he could more closely monitor. Fury also discovered he had a son, Mikel, who took the identity of Scorpio at first, but later joined SHIELD. When Fury learned of a conspiracy by Latverian Prime Minister Lucia von Bardas to equip super villains with specialized weaponry, he led a team of super heroes into Latveria for a first strike. Von Bardas survived the attack and in retaliation assaulted Manhattan with an army of super villains whose combined technology created an anti-matter bomb, which Fury’s superhuman protégé Quake (Daisy Johnson) stopped. Disgraced for his actions, Fury went into hiding and soon learned of a Skrull invasion which had infiltrated even the ranks of Earth’s heroes. Needing people he could trust, Fury recruited Quake and various other young superhumans into his Secret Warriors and helped defeat the Skrulls. In the battle’s aftermath, Norman Osborn gained mastery of SHIELD and replaced it with his own agency, HAMMER. Fury kept his Secret Warriors together to combat HAMMER and uncovered data alleging SHIELD had been a pawn of Hydra since its inception. Dum Dum gathered many of the ex-SHIELD agents loyal to Fury into the Howling Commandos Private Military Company and Fury helped set them up as his personal army.
 

Spider-Man

August 17, 2010
Spider-Man
Real Name-Peter Parker
Spider-man
-Spider-Man is the quintessential Marvel character. Although a super hero, he is spared none of the slings and arrows of ordinary life; he experiences difficulties with friends, family, sweethearts and employers. His powers enable him to do good, but not to improve his own lot in life, and it is his simple humanity, rather than his exotic talent, that has won him millions of enthusiastic fans. He is one super-hero who has not lost the common touch, and in fact he is frequently described as "your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man."

In his 1962 debut, Spider-Man took to fighting crime for a reason commonplace in comc books: he was motivated by the murder of a father figure, his Uncle Ben. Yet Spidey's driving force is guilt, not revenge; he must live forever with the knowledge that he could have prevented the killing if he had not been so self absorbed. Perhaps he suffers from a classic Oedipus complex; in any case he is certainly neurotic, forever agonizing over the choices that confront him when he attempts to do the right thing. Despite his best efforts, he is viewed with a touch of suspicion by those in authority, and is sometimes considered little more than a criminal himself.

Although nobody seems to understand him, Spider-Man has the spirit to be a joker as well as a tragic figure. He is quick with a quip, appreciates the irony of his endless predicaments, and relishes the chance to play tricks on people who never suspect that he and Peter Parker are one and the same.

As originally depicted by writer Stan Lee and artist Steve Ditko, Peter Parker was just a bit of a wimp. Bright, imaginative, but nonetheless an alienated adolescent, he might well have been a typical comic book reader. Although he has matured and gained in confidence over the years. Spidey is still all to human. He misses appointments, catches the flu when he needs to fight, forgets to put film in his camera and has trouble paying the rent. In short Spider-Man remains Everyman, "the super hero who could be you."
 

Lobo

August 17, 2010
Lobo

Real Name-Khundian
First Appearance- The Omega Men Issue #1
Lobo-
Lobo is a Czarnian (originally a Velorpian in the Omega Men series) with exceptional strength and fortitude. He enjoys nothing better than mindless violence and intoxication. Killing is an end in itself; his name is Khundian for "he who devours your entrails and thoroughly enjoys it." He is also arrogant and self-centered, focusing almost solely on his own pleasures, although he proudly lives up to his word – but exactly his word: no more or no less than what he promised. Lobo is the last of his kind, having committed complete genocide by killing all the other Czarnians for fun (as originally written, Psions had exterminated his race, but after the Crisis on Infinite Earths, this was retconned). As detailed in Lobo #0, Lobo unleashed a violent plague (a hybrid of flying scorpions) upon his homeworld, killing most of its citizens. In Superman: The Animated Series, Lobo nonchalantly tells Superman the fate of his race: "I'm the last Czarnian. I fragged the rest of the planet for my high school science project. Gave myself an A."

Lobo's friends include Dawg, a bulldog that he often claims is not his when it gets into trouble; Jonas Glim, a fellow bounty hunter; and Ramona, a bail bondswoman/hairdresser. Dawg is stomped to death by Lobo in Lobo #58 in which he claims to Superman that the dog is not his (for the final time). However, Dawg later appears alongside Lobo when Lobo goes to Earth to fight Green Lantern and Atrocitus. His enemies include the do-gooder superhero parody Goldstar, Loo, Vril Dox, Bludhound, Etrigan the Demon, and General Glory. Lobo generally tries to kill anyone he's hired to capture, including his fourth-grade teacher named Miss Tribb, his children, Santa Claus, and Gawd.Simon Bisley's dark humor fits well within the pages of his artwork by having countless mutilations of background characters occurring in each panel.

Physically, Lobo resembles a chalk-white human male with blood-red pupilless eyes surrounded by black eye shadow-like patches. Like many comic book characters, Lobo's body is highly muscular. Although he was originally portrayed as having neatly trimmed purple-grey hair, this was soon redesigned to be a long, straggly, grey-black mane, and more recently into dreadlocks. Similarly, the orange-and-purple leotard he wore in his first few appearances has long since been replaced by black leather biker gear, which more recently has been replaced with both the robes of his office – as putative Archbishop of the Church of the Triple-Fish God – and seemingly pirate-inspired gear. His arsenal includes numerous guns and a titanium chain with a hook on his right arm. Extra weapons may include "frag grenades" and giant carving blades.

In addition to his ever-present lust for violence, Lobo also has a strict personal code of honor – he will never violate the letter of an agreement (he said in Superman: TAS that "The Main Man's word is his bond."), although he may gleefully disregard its spirit. Also, he is surprisingly protective of space dolphins, some of which he feeds from his home. A few have been killed in separate incidents, which he avenges with his usual violence.

Lobo frequents the business of Al, a rotund diner operator, where he frequently flirts with Al's only waitress, Darlene. Though Lobo protects these two from any harm, the danger of which is frequent, he doesn't seem to understand the distress caused by his tendency to destroy the diner. Al and Darlene later prosper due to Lobo's appetite for destruction; he destroys the city, except for the diner, leaving hordes of construction workers only one place to eat lunch. He also ends up destroying a diner Al gives to him as part of a birthday celebration.

The last of the relation of Lobo and the diner appears to be in the pages of Lobo One Million, where his last adventure is depicted. By the time of the action, he's already morbidly obese and working as a carnival attraction, scaring tourists into leaving their money behind. Then, a sexy client appears to offer him a last job: to find a legendary evildoer named Malo Perverso. At the prospect of a last well-paid job and a chance to score with the client, Lobo quickly agrees, and again invades the diner to use their Tesseract teleporter to reach his gear. It is revealed then than the "client" is none other than Darlene, who wanted to see him back in his prime rather than see him sink even deeper into sloth. After reaching his gear, Lobo invades the HQ of the JLWB (Justice League of Wannabes) and crushes all opposition in order to hack their files on Malo Perverso. There, he is attacked by Perverso himself, who then reveals himself to be Clayman, the team's shapeshifter, who admits he impersonated Perverso to get rid of Lobo. Clayman also squeals where the real Perverso went: into a black hole. Lobo, still eager to find his bounty, goes into the black hole. Ironically, due to Lobo's interference in a planetary conflict in the same issue, Al later gets a package through Tesseract for Lobo-which promptly blows the diner up yet again.

At one point, Lobo has trouble with a clone of himself that had survived previous misadventures. A battle between the two makes it unclear which of them survived. Some fans conclude that the original Lobo was the victor, since later in the series, Lobo removes a miniature radio which he had surgically implanted in his head some time before the clone fight, and only organic matter can be cloned.

The character has participated in several money-making schemes, such as being a priest and being a pop-rock idol. Most of these schemes tend to end with the violent deaths of nearly everyone involved. He has many friends among the bounty hunter world, though many tend to die around Lobo, either by his hand or at the hands of enemies he faces.

 

The Mask

August 17, 2010
The Mask

Real Name-LT. Kellaway & Stanley Ipkiss
In an antique shop, a weak, neurotic man named Stanley Ipkiss shops for a gift to give to his girlfriend, Kathy. At the store he purchases an old jade mask which begins to speak to him. The mask calls to be tried on and when Stanley does so he is transformed into a wacky, superpowered being with an abnormally large, bald, green-skinned head. After exploring his new abilities Ipkiss goes on a rampage, taking revenge on personal grudges that range from a biker gang, to a couple of motor mechanics who always overcharge him and to his old first-grade teacher. The media dubs this green-headed killer Big Head.

After taking the mask off Stan begins to realize what has been happening. His acts as Big Head begin to take an emotional toll on him. He becomes verbally abusive toward Kathy. She kicks him out but keeps the mask since Stanley had bought it as a gift for her.

Later Stan breaks into her apartment to steal it back just as the police respond to their earlier domestic violence call. Deciding his only way out is as Big Head, Stan places the mask back on and kills 11 cops in his escape. He returns home as Big Head and takes off the mask only to be shot in the back and killed by Kathy, who has put two and two together and figured out the identity of Big Head, before putting the mask on herself.

Kathy takes the mask to Lt. Kellaway for safe-keeping. Kellaway, who had been struggling as both the recent Big Head murders and organized crime lords running loose through his city, disregards Kathy's warnings and tries on the mask as a joke. Becoming Big Head, Kellaway sets out to take down the crime lords who have plagued his police career.

The city, not knowing of the magical mask, assumes Big Head is still the same killer but has moved his target list to high profile crime lords. Despite Kellaway's good intentions, the mask turns his methods increasingly more violent. Big Head encounters Walter, a behemoth-sized mob muscle-man who never speaks and has taken a vendetta against Big Head for killing his employers. Walter never shows pain and is the only one who can injure Big Head to any real degree.

While fighting off Walter's attacks, Lt. Kellaway as Big Head becomes the target of a police manhunt. Big Head fights off the police and tracks down the remaining mobsters. When Kellaway's partner attempts to stop Big Head, the mask-altered policeman nearly kills his friend and colleague. Kellaway, realizing what he has been doing, flees. He removes the mask, buries it away in his basement with cement, and vows never to let it be worn again.

The first half of the story following Stan as Big Head was originally published in the four-issue anthology series Mayhem and was then collected as the first part of The Mask trade paperback.

 

Fat Albert

August 16, 2010
Fat Albert

Real Name-Albert Cosby
First Appearance-Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids Episode #1 '1969

Fat Albert was the central character of the 1970s TV cartoon series Fat Albert and The Cosby Kids, created by stand-up comedian Bill Cosby. The first appearance of an animated Fat Albert was in 1969, in a special TV show that showcased characters based on Cosby's early years in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; the Saturday morning cartoon began airing in 1972 and continued until 1982, when it went into syndication (having been re-titled The New Fat Albert Show in 1979). The characters, many of them originally voiced by Cosby, included Rudy, Mush Mouth, Bill, Dumb Donald, Old Weird Harold, and Russell -- African-American urban kids whose adventures inevitably resulted in lessons on social issues such as bullying, peer pressure, honesty and integrity. In the early 1990s plans were hatched to create a feature-length, live-action film based on the popular cartoon, and after a decade of production obstacles, it was announced in 2003 that the movie would be released in late 2004, with actor Kenan Thompson in the title role.

Fat Albert's signature line was "Hey, hey, hey, it's Fat Albert!"... Pop singers Aaron Carter and Omarion had small roles in the feature film... Not only did Fat Albert and The Cosby Kids represent the first U.S. cartoon featuring African-Americans as central characters, it was among the first children's cartoons to focus on educational and social issues... Although the character of Fat Albert is based on Cosby's childhood experiences and is mentioned on his early comedy records, the image known now as Fat Albert comes from the animated series.

 

Bane

August 15, 2010
Bane
Real Name-Bane
First Appearance-Batman: Vengeance of Bane #1

Bane-An escaped prisoner from an island prison in South America, Bane has abnormal strength as a result of having had experiments with a derivative of the drug Venom performed on him. He became known as "The Man Who Broke the Bat" when he broke Batman's spinal cord, forcing Bruce Wayne to give up the Batman persona until he recuperated. It is later revealed that Bane is the biological son of King Snake. It should be mentioned that despite his portrayal in the Movie "Batman & Robin" Bane is not only strong, but incredibly smart too. Prior to his direct confrontation with Batman (at Wayne Manor) he released all the criminals from Arkham in order to weaken him.
 

Man-At-Arms

August 14, 2010
Man-At-Arms
Real Name-Duncan
Man-At-Arms
-For two centuries, the Eternian weapons master and combat instructor to the royal family has been called the "Man-At-Arms." Trained by the renowned tactician Dekker and a veteran of the Great Unrest, Duncan was asked by King Randor to step into this position and fortify his guard with an elite strike force, which he named The Masters of the Universe. In addition to his skills in combat, Duncan is also a great inventor and helped construct an electronic version of the Power Sword for Adam to use until he could unite both halves of the sword of King Grayskull. Man-At-Arms and his adopted daughter Teela often scout the borders of Eternia for signs of lurking evil.
 

Goku

August 14, 2010
Goku
Real Name-Kakarot
The main character of all things Dragonball. Goku is one of the remaining Saiyans in the world who's real name is Kakarot (the remaining Saiyans all call him that). He was sent to Earth when he was a baby to prepare the auctioning of it, but Goku falls into a ravine, loses all of his memory and forgets his mission. Goku is then raised by an elderly old man named Gohan who teaches him the basics of karate. Gohan is eventually killed by Goku when he transforms into a Giant Ape and Tramples him to death.

All Goku remembers is his grandfather telling Goku to never look at the moon again.

Goku eventaully meets Bulma, a girl searching for the mystical dragonballs. Goku has a dragonball, but refuses to give it to her. However, he eventually joins Bulma in the search, which leads to the whole story of all things Dragonball.

Goku is not very bright, but when it comes to fighting he is a genius. Goku is trained by Master Roshi for a time, and then King Kai after the Saiyan Saga This gives Goku the most techniques of any of the Z warriors. Goku marries Chi-Chi at the end of Dragonball (the daughter of Ox-King), and they have two sons: Gohan and Goten.

 

Rock Lee

August 14, 2010
Rock Lee
Real Name-Rock Lee
First Manga Appearance-Chapter 36
First Anime Appearance-Episode 21
Rock Lee-
Rock Lee (a.k.a. thick eyebrows, as Naruto calls him) is a
genin level ninja. at the beginning of the series Just like his row model Gai-sensei, he is a TaiJutsu specialist. Lee is incapable of using NinJutsu or even GenJutsu. But due to Lee's great determination and extreme hard work, he was able to counter this great weakness by specializing in Taijutsu.

In Lee's schooldays everyone thought he would never be able to become a ninja, simply because he can't use NinJutsu and GenJutsu. But Lee has great determination, and said to himself that he could be a very strong ninja that only uses TaiJutsu. That's when he met Gai-sensei. Gai is also a ninja that only uses TaiJutsu. Gai-sensei became Lee's teacher and row model, and he taught Lee everything he knows now.

Lee also has a crush on Sakura. At first Sakura didn't want anything to do with him because he looks weird. But after saving her life and the fight with Gaara, she is starting to see what's so special about him: his unstoppable determination. Lee's training consists of physical training only. He always wears extremely heavy weights around his ankles. Lee only takes them off in life and death situations. When he does this he speed and strength increase dramatically. But Lee's true power lies in the fact that he can open several of his body's chakra Gates. After opening several of his Gates he can temporarily posses even more chakra then the Hokage, which makes him inhumanly fast. The downside of this technique is that it does severe damage to his body, that's why Lee can only do it for a very short time. If he can't finish his opponent before his body receives to much damage, he's done for.

 

Orochi

August 12, 2010
Orochi

Real Name- Orochi
First Appearence- King of Fighters '97
Orochi
-Orochi is the final boss of The King of Fighters '97. His character origin is another interpretation of the mythical eight headed serpent, Yamata no Orochi. In the KOF series, he is a chthonic supernatural being that regards itself as executing the will of Gaea. He does not regard humanity as trustworthy with regard to coexisting with the planet without ravaging it and so seeks to extinguish it. He was sealed 1,800 years ago by the Three Sacred Treasures of Japan. The three clans' descendants are charged with protecting the seal over it. In KOF '97, his spirit possesses Chris (A herald of Orochi) to fight in the mortal realm. He is sealed again at the end of the '97 tournament by the three descendants of the users of the Three Sacred Treasures, but the seal surrounding is broken in recent games by the demon Mukai. A clone of Orochi appears as a boss in Neo Geo Battle Coliseum named Mizuchi

 

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