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"I was born Irwin Schwab. Abandoned by my parents as a tiny tot, I was raised by an Admiral solid-state television set. It taught me how to relax. In other cultures this was known as brain death, but for me it was only the beginning."

Test: Robert Loren Fleming/art: Keith Giffen & Al Gordon/colors: Anhtony Tollin

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"You are Stuart Moseley and you live for these nights. You live to do battle with that desperate element that would victimize the weak and helpless of Delta City. When you pull on those enchanted orange and yellow colors of the Heckler, the strains and frustrations of your everyday life fade like a fat umpire on hot Astroturf."
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Text: Tom & Mary Bierbaum/art: Keith Giffen/colors: Tom McCraw

"You are Stuart Moseley and you live for these nights. You live to do battle with that desperate element that would victimize the weak and helpless of Delta City. When you pull on those enchanted orange and yellow colors of the Heckler, the strains and frustrations of your everyday life fade like a fat umpire on hot Astroturf."

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Text: Tom & Mary Bierbaum/art: Keith Giffen/colors: Tom McCraw

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"…she was seduced by the ease of using computers to access other people’s systems - and secrets. Eventually, Lani began using the information gleaned from these others to build a criminal career as an extortionist and blackmailer."
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Text: Robert Greenberger/art: Greg Guler/colors: Anthony Tollin

"…she was seduced by the ease of using computers to access other people’s systems - and secrets. Eventually, Lani began using the information gleaned from these others to build a criminal career as an extortionist and blackmailer."

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Text: Robert Greenberger/art: Greg Guler/colors: Anthony Tollin

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"When they first came to this world, the intentions of Silver Sorceress and Blue Jay were the nobelest possible: to prevent what happened to their world - preventing nuclear arms from giving one person or group of persons the power to destroy everyone and everything. And in our blind allegiance to our death toys rather than to life, we made them villains."
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Text: Kevin Dooley/art: Bart Sears & Terry Austin/colors: Tom McCraw

"When they first came to this world, the intentions of Silver Sorceress and Blue Jay were the nobelest possible: to prevent what happened to their world - preventing nuclear arms from giving one person or group of persons the power to destroy everyone and everything. And in our blind allegiance to our death toys rather than to life, we made them villains."

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Text: Kevin Dooley/art: Bart Sears & Terry Austin/colors: Tom McCraw

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"The true identities and backgrounds of the trio of criminals known as the Untouchables remain mysteries."
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Text: Peter Sanderson/art: Brian Stelfreeze/colors: Tom McCraw

"The true identities and backgrounds of the trio of criminals known as the Untouchables remain mysteries."

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Text: Peter Sanderson/art: Brian Stelfreeze/colors: Tom McCraw

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"A race of conquerors, the Dominators adhere to a rigid caste system, position in which is designated by the size of the desk each Dominator wears on his forehead." 
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Text: Mark Waid/art: Chris Sprouse & Al Gordon/colors: Tom McCraw

"A race of conquerors, the Dominators adhere to a rigid caste system, position in which is designated by the size of the desk each Dominator wears on his forehead." 

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Text: Mark Waid/art: Chris Sprouse & Al Gordon/colors: Tom McCraw

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"The female Oans grew dissatisfied with the amount of time and energy their male counterparts were investing in their project. Unlike the males, who relied almost exclusively on their psionic powers and became physically frail, the females of the species turned their efforts toward maintaining physical perfection."
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Text: Mark Waid/art: David A. Williams & Karl Story/colors: Tom McCraw

"The female Oans grew dissatisfied with the amount of time and energy their male counterparts were investing in their project. Unlike the males, who relied almost exclusively on their psionic powers and became physically frail, the females of the species turned their efforts toward maintaining physical perfection."

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Text: Mark Waid/art: David A. Williams & Karl Story/colors: Tom McCraw

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