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  • Mattia Garavini

    Hello guys. This PE proposal is about yet another Warhammer Fantasy villain. The most infamous of all the Beast-Men, still creating fear many years after his death. A guy so nasty Khazrak wishes he was on the same level as him. Meet Gorthor the Beastlord.


    Warhammer (sometimes called Warhammer Fantasy to distinguish it from its space opera counterpart 40,000) is the name of a number of tabletop battle and roleplaying games marketed by UK firm Games Workshop. "Warhammer" was a tabletop battle game that began in 1983 and was previously known as Warhammer Fantasy Battle (WHFB), its last official edition (8th edition) was published in 2010. It was officially discontinued and replaced with the Warhammer: Age of Sigmar game universe by Games Works…


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  • Mattia Garavini


    Once again we venture into the dark forests of the Old World to see a new candidate of pure evilness. And this guy is anything but a pretty boy that sparkles under sunlight. Meet Mannfred Von Carstein.


    Warhammer (sometimes called Warhammer Fantasy) is the name of a number of tabletop battle and roleplaying games marketed by UK firm Games Workshop. "Warhammer" was a tabletop battle game that began in 1983 and was previously known as Warhammer Fantasy Battle (WHFB), its last official edition (8th edition) was published in 2010. It was officially discontinued and replaced with the Warhammer: Age of Sigmar game universe by Games Workshop in July 2015, and all official GW support for Warhammer Fantasy Battle was discontinued, the same year when …



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  • Mattia Garavini


    I'm suprised this pervy scumbag didn't get approved until now. With many Resident Evil villains being either tragic anti-villains or feral monsters with no moral agency, this guy is an exception showing that sometimes humans are bigger monsters than the mosters themselves.


    Resident Evil 2 is the second game in the Resident Evil franchise. It was originally released for the PlayStation in 1998. After the surprising success of the original Resident Evil, Capcom immediately set up a team to work on a sequel and turn Resident Evil into an ongoing franchise. The company initially scheduled the sequel for a Spring 1997 release, but the original version of the game, dubbed Resident Evil 1.5, disappointed the developers. Rather than release a game …



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  • Mattia Garavini


    My proposal today shows even the best cosmic heroes can be driven to pure villainy after a bad day with cancer and the whispers of laughing gods.


    The Thanos Imperative is a six-issue comic book limited series published in 2010 by Marvel Comics. It was written by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning, and was bookended by two one-shot comics, Ignition and Devastation. The story focuses on the cosmic, or space-based, heroes of the Marvel Universe and a forcefully resurrected Thanos, who band together to combat the imminent threat of the Fault, a rift in space-time formed at the end of "War of Kings"; and the Cancerverse that lies beyond it, a universe populated by lovecraftian tentacle monsters and evil versions of Marvel heroes where death itself is e…



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  • Mattia Garavini


    This PE baddie is from a semi-obscure Hasbro/Marvel series called Micronauts. Meet Baron Karza. Note: This is mostly about the original version of Karza and not the IDW version.


    The Micronauts originated as a line of action figures from Mego, actually a rebranding of Japan's Microman series of toys, which lasted from 1976 to 1980 (after that, it spawned New Microman and then Microchange; many of the Microchange toys became part of the initial Transformers range (specifically the ones that turned into objects, like Megatron (a gun) and Soundwave (a cassette player); many of the Minibots were also from this line). Microman was revived in Japan in 1999, then again in 2003 (the 2003 series has been aimed towards collectors rather than kids). Th…



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