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  • Active Superheroes and Supervillains

    h1. Active Superhero Teams h2. The New Guard _formerly known as the New Firm_ *Base of Operations*: Progress City, United States *Members*: Apparition, Blueprint, Deja Vu, the Hood, Major Thomas West h2. Den Aeherji *Base of Operations …

  • Grey Infantino

    Grey Infantino is one of the richest men in Progress City. An architect, property manager, and philanthropist, Infantino's fortune is based on the success of Holdfast Construction, a local firm that has built many of the buildings in Progress City. His …

  • Harridan

    Jessica Rambeau first appeared as an employee of the Progress City Intelligence who wrote an editorial critical of the New Firm. Her employment at the Intelligence was jeopardized when [[:the-hood-1 | the Hood]], acting on information provided by [[:deja- …

  • Red Death (Amanda Siegel)

    Detective Amanda Siegel first appeared in Volume 1. She worked in the Progress City Police Department's Major Crimes Division, as the partner of Detective [[:detective-jerry-kane | Jerry Kane]]. They first encountered the New Firm right after their first …

  • Machinist (Anthony Nimball)

    First appeared in Volume 2, battling the New Firm and the Union. He was arrested after attempting to hold the entire world's Internet access for ransom. He was revealed to be the source of the solar magnification battery used by the Chimera Gang and …

  • Rampage (Abel O'Halloran)

    Abel O'Halloran appeared during Volume #2, Issue #6, as part of a three-man crew assassinating former Chimera crew members in Progress City. He reappeared in Volume #2, Issue #6 as the super-criminal Rampage, able to transform into a super-strong, …

  • Hellhound (Micah Foster)

    Micah Foster first appeared in Volume #1, Issue #1 as one of the criminals holding the employees in the Shuster Building hostage. He reappeared in Volume #2, Issue #6 as the super-criminal Hellhound, with pyrokinetic powers. He was defeated along with the …

  • Endgame

    Endgame first appeared in Volume 3, Issue #1, wherein she attempted to enact a plan to regress the entire U.N. assembly into apes. She was driven off by a combination of [[:blueprint | Blueprint]], [[:the-hood-1 | Hood]], [[:apparition | Apparition]], and …

  • Commandment (Daphne Allen)

    Commandment appeared in Volume 3, Issue #5, when she took a group of Volund Manufacturing International employees hostage. She espoused staunch, militant views regarding the right of the gifted to rule the average, and attempted to force Progress City to …

  • Charade (Zach Thornton)

    Charade first appeared in Volume #3, Issue #5. Zach Thornton is a former employee of Volund Manufacturing International, jailed for five years for corporate espionage. Upon release, he was contacted by a mysterious party called "Mr. N" who offered to …

  • Superego (Sir Niles Islington)

    Superego first appeared in Great Responsibility Annual #2, revealing himself to be a possessing force that had been trapped inside [[:apparition | Apparation]]'s father's body due to the actions of the San Diego Conspiracy. He explained he was a centuries …

  • Symbolon

    Symbolon first appeared in Volume 6, Issue #4, going by the name "Savant" and claiming to be Major West's father. It was revealed in issue #5 that he was in fact a former subordinate of Savant's in the Legion of Galactic Peace, who staged a coup and began …

  • Hypernova

    Hypernova first appeared in Volume 6, Issue #4, as a member of [[:symbolon | Symbolon]]'s Ultima Legion. [[:deja-vu-1 | Deja Vu (Samantha Cooper)]] identified him as having cybernetic enhancements, but his powers are unknown. In Issue #5, the true Ultima …

  • Deathmist

    Deathmist first appeared in Volume 6, Issue #4, as part of [[:symbolon | Symbolon]]'s Ultima Legion. In Issue #5, the true Ultima Legion mentioned Deathmist was a super-criminal whom Symbolon allied himself with as part of his coup against Savant.

  • Manticore

    Manticore first appeared in Volume 6, Issue #4, as a member of [[:symbolon | Symbolon]]’s Ultima Legion. Their powers and backstory are as yet unknown, beyond the true Ultima Legionnaires identifying Manticore as one of the Legionnaires who joined …

  • IAM

    IAM, the Interdimensional Archive of Mankind, first appeared in Volume #7, Issue #1. IAM is a creation of the [[:blueprint | Dr. Becky Fuller]] of Earth-a619, a universe already attacked by the Adversary/the Dark Spacers/the End; it claims it was …

  • Lady Absence

    Lady Absence is the Priest-Commander of the Red Thorns, a clan of psychic ninja for whom assassination is their livelihood and their calling. She is a master martial artist, able to stand toe-to-toe with [[:deja-vu-1 | Deja Vu]] and more than hold her own …

  • Exterrus (Oberon Nylund)

    Exterrus, Dread Emperor Magnificent, was the despotic, arrogant monarch of the Voidward half of the mysterious planet Gehennom, a lonely planet in a ruined star system around the star Molloc, also known as "the Sinkhole." Exterrus is a potent psychic, …