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  • Jenny Justice I

    As a young woman Jenny Justice (yes, that's her real name) was a secretary for the army. Based on her attractive appearance and American-buzzword-containing name, she was chosen to be the personal assistant to Colonel Liberty, a super hero created by the …

  • Jenny Justice III

    Former Olympic gymnast Veronica Slayden was hand picked by [[:jenny-justice-i | the original Jenny Justice]] to be her namesake and lead the super hero team she was putting together, [[The Justice Coalition | The Justice Coalition]]. Jenny employed Stark …

  • Jenny Justice II

    Tonya Grady was a teenager during the civil rights movement of the 1960s, and as a black woman was very heavily involved. During this time she developed her mutant powers of strength and toughness. One of her role models as a mutant was [[:jenny-justice-i …

  • Michael

    The 1980s were a time of rampant, chaotic excess in America. The decade also saw (coincidentally? perhaps) an increase of [[Demons | Demonic]] visitors to Earth. Seeing a connection, the [[Angels | Angel]] known as Michael decided to do something about it …

  • Spider-man

    Once an accomplished engineer and an up and comer at Aperture Sciences, Peter Parker was "volunteered" by his employer to undergo genetic experimentation. The result was amazing powers, but also a hideous appearence. Now going by the name Spider-Man, he …

  • The Fly

    Baxter Stockman was once a promising young scientist working with a small research facility investigating the potential of genetic engineering. Baxter thought he found a way to use gene splicing to grant people special abilities, and decided to use …

  • Ultramarine

    The history of Ultramarine began decades ago with Veronica Steeley's father, Capt. Gil Steeley. Gil was a Navy diver for years before he retired and began work as a salvage operator and inventor. Both endeavors proved quite successful and he and his …