The Spelling Bee
A minor villain with a surprisingly large following of mostly-useless henchmen, The Spelling Bee's primary power revolves around controlling bees. Not that it really helped him much in his first encounter with our Heroes, who promptly took him out before …
Lord of the Night Court, the Bureaucraton is the self-appointed Evil Mayor of Borderline City. His reign begins and ends with the fall and rise of the sun, but his presence is made known everywhere in the insane laws he passes to ruin the lives of …
Although his merchandise is as widely distributed as the famous Transiston, Techfiend is still one of the more mysterious figures in Borderline City. All of his goods are only available through trusted agents, most of whom have not met Techfiend at all. …
Most villains fight for money, power, dedication to an evil god, or perhaps some misplaced ideal that involves mass-slaughter and destruction. Iron Bear fights because it's fun.
At first glance, one might assume super strength is Iron Bear's power. …
For some reason, Psychoia was willing to assist [[:spade | Spade]] in his assault of [[:transiston | Transiston]]'s flying fortress. The man himself is unknown, having no record in BC's willain database. No identification at all, apparently. It's …
Short Fuse likes to blow stuff up. That's it. No other real motive here.
At a young age, the youth now known as Short Fuse learned he had two powers that seemingly have nothing to do with each other, but allow for some inventive fun. First, he …
Son of a rich family, Sthatic suffered from the same thing all rich kids do: boredom. So, just for a change of pace, the young man willingly drank a potion developed by one of his family's many techno-magical research labs. The results of said potion …