Base Set: More Villains

 

 
 

Bull

Bill Buckford has always been big. And incredibly strong. And really tough. And a psychopath. He won't be hatching any master plans. He's easily confused and can fly into a rage when taunted with something red.  But Mocker appreciates having him around. Point him at something that needs smashing and Bull is more than ready to take on the task.

 

Appearances:

Crisis at Crusader Citadel
Villains and Vigilantes comic mini-series

 
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Mace

They say the secret to happiness is finding something you're good at, and really enjoy, and building your life around that passion. Theodore McIntyre's passion has always been for hitting people with blunt objects. He built his original prototype weapon in a prison machine-shop and has never looked back. With help from his more technically-savvy companions, Mace has continuously improved his signature weapon over the years. But all the tear-gas sprayers and electro-shock charges are really just there to supplement the satisfying sensation of smashing someone with something big and metal.

 

Appearances:

Crisis at Crusader Citadel
Villains and Vigilantes comic mini-series

 
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Hornet

When he was blinded in safe-cracking explosion Henry Barnet's luck went from bad to worse. A mysterious criminal syndicate offered to replace his damaged eyes with cybernetic improvements and placed him in their debt. And so the Hornet was born. Henry tries to work off the debt with his life of crime. After each failure his "benefactors" come up with a new alteration that enhances Henry but also puts him deeper in their debt. Unfortunately for everyone, his bad luck streak has continued for a while. There's not much of the original Henry left, but the Hornet can be a formidable supervillain.

 

Appearances:

Crisis at Crusader Citadel
Villains and Vigilantes comic mini-series

 
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Shocker

After the accident that turned him into a living electrical battery, supervillainy seemed like the natural career choice. But Johnny Shakura has come to regret it. Since their first encounter, Johnny has been smitten with the heroic Evergreen. Will he be able to redeem himself? Can someone with an extensive criminal record ever find happiness with an immortal force of nature? Could battery acid and tree sap form a powerful bond of blood? So far, the answer is a resounding no. 

But in the future? Who knows. Shocker has found that life can be full of unexpected surprises. 

 

Appearances:

Crisis at Crusader Citadel
Villains and Vigilantes comic mini-series

 
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Vulture

Victor Truttle never wanted this. He was just a lowly lab technician when his employers selected him to be transformed into an vicious aerial predator with razor-sharp claws and lightning-fast reflexes. The change was traumatic and his freakish nature and murderous rages mean that Victor is never going to return to his former life. Vulture isn't in this for the money. By holding out hope for a cure or offering targets for Vulture's rage, manipulative villains like the Mocker entice him to join in their schemes. 

 

Appearances:

Crisis at Crusader Citadel