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Subj: Some of my picks...
Posted: Thu Oct 05, 2017 at 05:09:05 pm EDT (Viewed 75 times)
Reply Subj: Legion of Substitute Heroes...
Posted: Thu Oct 05, 2017 at 04:03:00 pm EDT (Viewed 86 times)
Marvel: I refuse to put Squirrel girl on the list. Several of my ideas are on this list too: http://www.therichest.com/expensive-lifestyle/entertainment/15-most-useless-marvel-heroes-of-all-time/ I'm trying not to just pull all the Great Lakes Avengers or whatever too...
NFL Superpro: OK, the comic was a crappy marketing ploy, but the
character was athletic and had some power, though it may have been
essentially peak human stats
Almighty Dollar: Yes, I have the entire NFL Superpro run...it was a
gag gift for me several years ago. Anyway, Almighty Dollar could
create money, but only pennies, and kind of shoot them in a jet
that would hurt people...he was an ally of NFL Superpro!
D-Man: Hey, at least he has some super strength
3d Man: the original!
Hellcow the vampire cow...yeah, she was killed by Howard the Duck
but she wasn't a bad guy...she roamed the earth for 300 years
trying to stop Dracula
El Guapo: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/El_Guapo_(comics)
Doorman, since I should get to pick at least one Great Lakes Avenger
All in all, nobody worthless, some useful super powers, but characters that aren't that liked, respected, etc. They'd struggle with a solid EM, but could have something to add as backup.
DC Comics: the guys I chose are all at least pretty competent, except Gnort, who even with little willpower had some real power. None of these would be your first pick, but again, in a pinch, they bring something to the table.
Zan and Jayna, the wondertwins
Gangbuster (the original, not Superman in the outfit)
Orko: if his magic were more reliable, he'd be a major asset...he's
come through for the Masters of the Universe at times though
Gizmoduck: Pretty powerful, but not always the brightest bulb...
Arthur: Tick's sidekick...couldn't he fly or something
Greatest American Hero: He might have even gone on my muliversal heroes
list, but if you take him from early in the series, knowing almost
nothing of how to use his powers (he lost the instructions)...
you wouldn't pick him, but he's pretty powerful. BTW, this was a
Dan Hibiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dan_Hibiki
Man, I actually want to see my multiversal team in action!
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