Tunnel Vision

Kayla Sterling was known as the “Silver Stave” in her native region of British Columbia; an up and coming juniors archery talent with her whole future ahead of her, and an eye on gold, not silver. It was her singular focus, nothing else mattered. One day while on the way to an archery meet, the …

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“The Milkman”

There isn’t much known about the man (or even if he really is a man) known as “The Milkman.” What is known is that he most frequently appears in Mexicali, San Diego and other parts of southern North America. It is claimed that he speaks fluent English and Mexican Spanish, with an accent favouring the …

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Paper Tiger

They say the pen is mightier than the sword. For librarian Paige Turner, that couldn’t be any truer. This founding member of The Generation has a most peculiar devotion to the written word. That’s probably because she can transmute the written word into whatever those words describe. Bubble gum written onto a piece of paper, …

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Paint-by-Numbers

Little is known about the vile Cowl Paint-by-Numbers. In fact, the only thing certain is that while not the cause of the Cape Riots, he was certainly the instigator. Numbers understands secret codes of verbal and non-verbal gestures tuned to unique individuals, in order to “suggest” they do his bidding; a form of mind control through …

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The Damsels

Following the collapse of his film career (”The King of Handcuffs Versus the Nazi Terror!” was a terrible film despite commercial success), his dissolved engagement to superstar Julie Lovegood and an overall dip in his popularity, The Ouroboros realised he’d need a new strategy to preserve his status. Trolling the Atlantic City scene, he stumbled …

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Rainier Cherry

Rainier Cherry was the pin-up girl ever man wanted to be with. Think of Bettie Page. Too bad she’s no longer real. You see, the real Rainier Cherry, the human one, that is, was murdered. On a military base. When doing her patriotic duties, entertaining the enlisted, Cherry was attacked and killed by a GI …

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Pistol Packin’ Mama

The Pistol Packin’ Mama is October French. Cold War superspy. Ramping up to, and through the Cold War, the Pentagon made habit of stashing away infiltrators and spies in Communist states. October French was the best of them. After the Cold War froze over, PPM returned home to D.C. and started Pistol Packin’ Mama Investigative …

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Slingback

When Ginerva Blaine was just a girl, she loved a man. A man who could not love her back. For while Gin had excellent breeding, surpassed by her upbringing, and her family’s fortune, she was only of admirable beauty, and not enviable. This rendered her useless to Preston Oxford (The Wingtip). Intent to win his …

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The Halo

Raines Abernathy was a Tinseltown cop working the beat that eventually became Thai Town. His life was turned upside down as the beat itself changed. His partner was a racist, and as the world changed around him, he lost it. One day, Abernathy’s partner engaged an innocent Thai shop owner. The dispute came to a …

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Cherub

A member of the Seraphim. While many believe a cherub to be the baby faced angel, according to Hebrew belief a cherub is an angel of four faces: human, lion, ox, and gryphon. These faces peering from the center of four wings. That describes Riley Stewart, metaphorically speaking of course. Riley was, in a past …

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The Choirgirl

A member of The Seraphim. Kennedy Gardner. Gardner means, in Saxon, a weapon and sound which aptly describes Choirgirl. Kennedy’s voice is a weapon. Her lungs, diaphragm and vocal chords classify her as a post-modern/science hero. She is able to produce extremely high decibel pitched song. This can cause, at its various levels, discomfort, violent …

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Wasabi-Stained Sky

Abe Eiiji (pronounced “Ah-bey”) was born in San Francisco to Japanese parents, but was relocated to internment camps in Salinas. After internment, his mother moved the two siblings up to Seattle, in the remnants of the old Japantown where they were reunited with their father, and settled. As the Japanese identity faded—replaced with the growing …

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