Hella random Joke gumpf
Grebo The Dextrous
Classic JOKE line up there - Ian/Darran/Martin/Martin/Martyn/Barry/Gr
Ace Of Spades
I AM THE DROID
I can't believe those above 7 were in a team called The Funk Brothers... That's a fucking awful name for a team. "I am the Droid" however is a fucking great name. I'd totally forgot him when doing the reboot - in fact all of the them barring Ace.
The G.O.D. Slayer - more acronyms that mean nothing - this was villainous version of Runaway/Sonic I, back when symbiotic aliens were cool
Kid Genius - another good codename
The Omni-Joke - a typical Amazo/Super Skrull/Super Adaptoid style villain.
Cataclysm - The character responisble for both JOKE universes, turned out to be a future version of Animator. Currently a villain in my D&D campaign.
Whiteheart the Hunter - Cataclysm's nemesis, and also by default Animator's.
An incarnation of the JOKE's main super villain team nemeses THE EIGHT. Skirmish was a character from my old secondary school campaign. Prof Awful, CyberScalpel, Expando and Acorn Man were from the deliberately goofy Awful Things team. Karate Kar, was goofy creaton of my brother's. Gore and The Blur are good names though.
The Warp - I think this guy got used once in the "JOKE are tricked into killing Bill Clinton" campaign. I note he has a silly real name - Reg Muscle.
Lord Junk - This guy was from the same campaign - but had a bit more thought put into him. He was basically a blue collar magneto. As opposed to the Warp who was some random powers with a name...
The Liar - Same campaign - but used a lot after it. In fact became an arch villain for a while. Thinking about it now, this is one my typical fast talking characters I tend to play as Player Characters. At this point he was Batman style villain, as I note he had two hench-Las Vegas showgirls called True and False.
Sun of Ra - Ah, one of my favourite villains. An ancient egyptian Sun worshipping Pharoah with light based powers. And a pun for a name. I introduced him when Eclipse replaced Slasher on the team after Slasher had turned Bill Clintron to crystal and Fox had smashed him. Fox escaped punishment by changing his name to Chipmonk.
Cavern - a super powered Lee Harvey Oswald with an intelligent gun
Not sure I used them at this time - definately did eventually. Inkling is great name. Cavern is a crap name, but he had a nutzoid origin to make up for it.
The Silence - never used, but given to tha_moose as the basis for his Farside character.
Bloodsport - great name, great power - hallucinogenic blood, silly origin - he's a Scottish ninja.
Archive - a villain out of nowhere, not used at this point, but later she was the leader of CAD. She could copy peoples minds and had a photographic memory. Working as one of JOKE's staff she made copies of all their minds and used their knowledge against them.
Dead Mob - origiinally was going to be called Electric Caesar, eventually became the ghost of a gangster who could animate and possess the bodies of the dead. One of my better villains.
Tony Diamond - ambiguous villain, no real power beyond a strong forcefield. Kind based on someone who worked at Terry's while I was there.
That's all the Marvel Advanced stuff in this book I found. I'll deal with the stuff in the book for the Adventure Game later.