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Naming comic characters on sight...


????? LV 13 HP 292/ 292
(he, him, his)
But now who is this?


Exposition Owl

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I'm not surprised you don't recognize her. When The Great Gatsby entered the public domain a couple of years ago, Vertigo took advantage by commissioning SuperGatsby, a superheroic adaptation/détournement. It didn't sell as well as they'd hoped. The character pictured is Daisy Buchanan, in the guise of her superpowered alter ego Day's Eye.

Who's this, though?


Rated Ages 6+
(He, Him)
The Kirby Crackler! He's actually in a lot of comics, but usually off camera providing the cosmic visuals.

This guy? Total mystery.



That's Chip! The old Chips Ahoy mascot, throwing cereal we're charitably calling "cookies" everywhere. This guy though? I don't think he does that.


????? LV 13 HP 292/ 292
(he, him, his)
That's Slobber-Knocker. As you can see he slobbers and he uses that chain and hook to knock people around.

But now who is this? And is he a wizard?


????? LV 13 HP 292/ 292
(he, him, his)
That's Shounen Bat / Lil' Slugger from the American adaptation of Paranoia Agent.

Now who is this?

And holy shit! What do they have against penguins?!

It's Orbless. Can you guess his tragic deficiency as a wizard in regards to what he wants to think about?
Hmm... I don't know. I think I'll have to ponder that for a while. (Unlike Orbless - who can't do that. Must be why he is reaching out for one to grab and place in his other hand. I wonder if he's using that string of pearls as a poor substitute.)