Villains & Heroes Character Key




The Villains
Thing O' Wickedness

Thing O' Wickedness:

Described as a "demonic force of limitless evil", this soul devouring, shadowy figure may seem frightening at first, but is actually a nice enough guy once you get to know him. He stands for darkness, blatant amorality and religious taboo. First appearance- Villains & Heroes: Illustrations of Immorality #1
Lord Derwinian

Lord Derwinian:

A walking fish monster/intergalactic warlord, Lord D is a cruel and ruthless conqueror of worlds. He represents the necessity of natural selection and the virtues of violence and force. First appearance- Villains & Heroes: Illustrations of Immorality #2
Mr. Cain

Mr. Cain:

A successful businessman who seems to have his hands in everything, Mr. Cain is a cool and ambitious man of taste, who knows how to get what he wants. He represents the benefits of greed, selfishness, social apathy and economic power. First appearance- Villains & Heroes: Illustrations of Immorality #3
The Intellect

The Intellect:

This evil genius and technological mastermind is blessed with a naturally superior IQ and isn't afraid to use it! He represents true intellectual superiority and logical, rational thought. First appearance- Villains & Heroes: Illustrations of Immorality #7
Polecat

Polecat:

This cute little seductress has the ability to charm practically anyone and she enjoys using her natural abilities and emotional prowess to great advantage. She represents lust, femininity and the true power of women. First appearance- Villains & Heroes: Illustrations of Immorality #9
Nightlizard

Nightlizard:

This stealthy, reptilian ninja is a grade A spy and assassin. He stands for all that is sneaky and deceptive; as well as a willingness to do all that is necessary to achieve victory. First appearance- Villains & Heroes: Illustrations of Immorality #15
Media Mind

Media Mind:

He controls the horizontal and the vertical and everything else that you see and hear. He's the master of communication technology, and will tell you anything to keep you tuning in. He represents the media as a whole. First appearance- Villains & Heroes: Illustrations of Immorality #19
Anarchist Eel

Anarchist Eel:

An anarcho-capitalist, this revolutionary champions individuality, personal liberty and questions all those who would ask him to fall in line. He represents dissension, questioning authority and anti patriotism. First appearance- Villains & Heroes: Illustrations of Immorality #26
The Heroes
Might of Christ

Might of Christ:

This self righteous, super powered warrior of light knows that he's doing the lords work and will commit any atrocity to get it done! He represents blatant moral and religious hypocrisy. First appearance- Villains & Heroes: Illustrations of Immorality #1
Peace Rebel

Peace Rebel:

A slogan spewing hippie who blindly believes that love conquers all. Whether he's pleading for us to "just all get along", or whining about those who are better than he is, he never hesitates to voice his opinion. Just don't ever expect him to actually do anything. He represents worthless liberal morality and "new goodness" type thinking. First appearance- Villains & Heroes: Illustrations of Immorality #2
Old Baldy

Old Baldy:

This crusty old war vet was chewed up and spit out by the very military which he suffered for. But like any good brainwashed lap dog, he's willing to blame any and every one for his plight, but the very masters who he was trained to serve. He represents irrational and self destructive patriotism as well as a lack of self interest. First appearance- Villains & Heroes: Illustrations of Immorality #3
The Blue Collar

The Blue Collar:

The great savior of the everyman and protector of the rights of Joe citizen. This self proclaimed superhero wants to stand up for the little guy. The only problem is that he has no more power, courage, skill, ability, intelligence or hope then the very people that he wishes to protect. He represents insipid mediocrity and living an utterly pathetic and meaningless existence. First appearance- Villains & Heroes: Illustrations of Immorality #4
Professor Credit

Professor Credit:

A pseudo intellectual wizard, who has earned others respect by being more cocky, more egotistical and willing to get more pointless degrees then his peers; and he expects everyone to follow along accordingly. All the time secretly hoping that no one discovers that all of his "powers" are really just a bunch of smoke and mirrors. He represents the grossly flawed social standards of intelligence and ability; educational indoctrination. First appearance- Villains & Heroes: Illustrations of Immorality #7
Pulpit Pounder

Pulpit Pounder:

This masochistic religious fanatic seems to hate most of the world; and is only consoled by the fact that we're all going to burn in hell. As she eagerly awaits the impending apocalypse, her intolerance and rigid ideas are surpassed only by her love for her savior, or perhaps it's the other way around. She represents religious fanaticism and life deprecating believes. First appearance- Villains & Heroes: Illustrations of Immorality #8
The League of Winners

The League of Winners:

In twenty years or so, after they've dropped out of college, gone through their first divorce, suffered through a couple of stents in alcoholics anonymous, filed for bankruptcy and find themselves sitting around on workman's comp' because their backs went out, these high school jocks will reminisce about the greatest days of their sorry lives. Take a good look at the blue collar boys, that'll be you soon! First appearance- Villains & Heroes: Illustrations of Immorality #9
Honor Warrior

Honor Warrior:

This simple minded samurai believes in fighting in a direct and utterly straightforward fashion. Of course, his die hard commitment to a "fair and honorable" battle has absolutely nothing to do with the fact that anything more creative, sneaky or unorthodox, than a blatantly direct fight would be way too much for his tiny mind to grasp. Nothing at all. He represents irrational and ineffective standards of "fair play", as well as foolish ideas about principles taking precedence over results. First appearance- Villains & Heroes: Illustrations of Immorality #15
Independent Woman

Independent Woman:

Headstrong, bossy and abrasive; Independent Woman has become so good at being an assertive bitch, that she doesn't even know how to turn it off any more. It's unfortunate that her real desires are so often at odds with her actions and what she feels is expected of her. She represents unappealing and malproductive social standards and expectations for female behavior. First appearance- Villains & Heroes: Illustrations of Immorality #22