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* Most of the characters in ''[[Podcast/{{Wolverine}} Wolverine: The Long Night]]'' that aren't Logan, including the BigBad, [[spoiler: a young mutant named Hudson Langrock]]. The second season adds a few canon characters like Comicbook/{{Gambit}}, Mastermind and [[spoiler: Master Mold]], but also features a new character named Marcus as Logan's sidekick.


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->'''Rokk:''' Kal-El, I have to tell you - we've heard of Lois Lane, Lana Lang, even Jimmy Olsen, but we've never heard a thing about any "Chloe Sullivan".\\

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->'''Rokk:''' Kal-El, I have to tell you - we've heard of Lois Lane, Lana Lang, even Jimmy Olsen, but we've never heard a thing about any "Chloe Sullivan".\\


'''Clark Kent:''' ...Then you don't know me as well as you think.

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* ''It's a Bird... It's a Plane... It's Superman'' is a musical about the title character's battle against Dr. Abner Sedgwick, an embittered man who never won the Nobel prize despite coming close several times. His assistant, Jim Morgan, is a RomanticFalseLead for Lois Lane, who also contends with the [[AbhorrentAdmirer unwanted affections]] of her co-worker Max Mencken, a chauvinistic former song-and-dance man who hates Superman. Meanwhile, Max's secretary, Sydney Carlton, hides her affections for her boss by making advances on Clark Kent. The only established character to appear apart from Superman and Lois is Perry White, who has no more than a few lines.

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* The musical ''It's a Bird... It's a Plane... It's Superman'' is a musical about the title character's battle features more of these than established characters. Superman fights against Dr. Abner Sedgwick, an embittered man scientist who never won the Nobel prize despite coming close several times. His assistant, Jim Morgan, is a RomanticFalseLead for Lois Lane, who also contends with the [[AbhorrentAdmirer unwanted affections]] of her co-worker Max Mencken, a chauvinistic former song-and-dance man who hates Superman.Superman (and is something of a [[SupportingProtagonist Supporting]] VillainProtagonist). Meanwhile, Max's secretary, Sydney Carlton, hides her affections for her boss by making advances on Clark Kent. The only established character to appear apart from Superman and Lois is Perry White, who has no more than a few lines.


* ''It's a Bird... It's a Plane... It's Superman'' is a musical about the title character's battle against Dr. Abner Sedgwick, an embittered man who never won the Nobel prize despite coming close several times. His assistant, Jim Morgan, is a RomanticFalseLead for Lois Lane, who also contends with the unwanted affections of her co-worker Max Mencken, a chauvinistic former song-and-dance man who hates Superman. Meanwhile, Max's secretary, Sydney Carlton, hides her affections for her boss by making advances on Clark Kent. The only established character to appear apart from Superman and Lois is Perry White, who has no more than a few lines.

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* ''It's a Bird... It's a Plane... It's Superman'' is a musical about the title character's battle against Dr. Abner Sedgwick, an embittered man who never won the Nobel prize despite coming close several times. His assistant, Jim Morgan, is a RomanticFalseLead for Lois Lane, who also contends with the [[AbhorrentAdmirer unwanted affections affections]] of her co-worker Max Mencken, a chauvinistic former song-and-dance man who hates Superman. Meanwhile, Max's secretary, Sydney Carlton, hides her affections for her boss by making advances on Clark Kent. The only established character to appear apart from Superman and Lois is Perry White, who has no more than a few lines.


* ''It's a Bird... It's a Plane... It's Superman'' is a musical about the title character's battle against Dr. Abner Sedgwick, an embittered man who never won the Nobel prize despite coming close several times. His assistant, Jim Morgan, is a FalseRomanticLead for Lois Lane, who also contends with the unwanted affections of her co-worker Max Mencken, a chauvinistic former song-and-dance man who hates Superman. Meanwhile, Max's secretary, Sydney Carlton, hides her affections for her boss by making advances on Clark Kent. The only established character to appear apart from Superman and Lois is Perry White, who has no more than a few lines.

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* ''It's a Bird... It's a Plane... It's Superman'' is a musical about the title character's battle against Dr. Abner Sedgwick, an embittered man who never won the Nobel prize despite coming close several times. His assistant, Jim Morgan, is a FalseRomanticLead RomanticFalseLead for Lois Lane, who also contends with the unwanted affections of her co-worker Max Mencken, a chauvinistic former song-and-dance man who hates Superman. Meanwhile, Max's secretary, Sydney Carlton, hides her affections for her boss by making advances on Clark Kent. The only established character to appear apart from Superman and Lois is Perry White, who has no more than a few lines.

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* ''It's a Bird... It's a Plane... It's Superman'' is a musical about the title character's battle against Dr. Abner Sedgwick, an embittered man who never won the Nobel prize despite coming close several times. His assistant, Jim Morgan, is a FalseRomanticLead for Lois Lane, who also contends with the unwanted affections of her co-worker Max Mencken, a chauvinistic former song-and-dance man who hates Superman. Meanwhile, Max's secretary, Sydney Carlton, hides her affections for her boss by making advances on Clark Kent. The only established character to appear apart from Superman and Lois is Perry White, who has no more than a few lines.

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* ''Radio/XMinusOne'': In [[Recap/XMinusOneE028Nightfall episode twenty-eight]], an [[AudioAdaptation adaptation]] of Creator/IsaacAsimov's "Literature/Nightfall1941":
** The Latimer from this [[AudioAdaptation adaptation]] is a brand-new character that Sheerin, the psychologist, introduces to Theremon, the [[MostWritersAreWriters newspaper reporter]], so that he can interview one of the victims from the Tunnel of Mystery.
** Everyone that Theremon meets during his VoxPops scene is invented purely for this broadcast. We hear from Pellet (an urban resident) and a nameless [[TheFundamentalist cultist]].


* Nathaniel Ward of the H. P. Lovecraft Historical Society's projects is an unusual case. Originally created as a ''Call of Cthulhu'' RPG character, the hosts of the [[http://www.cthulhulives.org/radio/DART/index.html Dark Adventure Radio Theatre]] series later spoke of him as the hero of a separate program within the audio adaptations' own miniature universe. Eventually, Ward featured in the HPLHS's film adaptation of ''Film/TheWhispererInDarkness'', [[http://www.cthulhulives.org/store/storeDetailPages/codex.html a monograph]], and three of the Society's other radio dramas to date (''The Dreams in the Witch House'', ''Imprisoned with the Pharaohs'', and ''Dagon: War of Worlds''). He's implied to have an epic life beyond even the aforementioned titles.

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* Nathaniel Ward ''Radio/DimensionX'': In [[Recap/DimensionX50Nightfall episode fifty]], an [[AudioAdaptation adaptation]] of Creator/IsaacAsimov's "{{Literature/Nightfall|1941}}":
** The Latimer from this [[AudioAdaptation adaptation]] is a brand-new character that Sheerin, the psychologist, introduces to Theremon, the [[MostWritersAreWriters newspaper reporter]], so that he can interview one
of the H. P. Lovecraft Historical Society's projects is an unusual case. Originally created as a ''Call of Cthulhu'' RPG character, victims from the hosts Tunnel of the [[http://www.cthulhulives.org/radio/DART/index.html Dark Adventure Radio Theatre]] series later spoke of him as the hero of Mystery.
** Everyone that Theremon meets during his VoxPops scene is invented purely for this broadcast. We hear from Pellet (who is
a separate program within the audio adaptations' own miniature universe. Eventually, Ward featured in the HPLHS's film adaptation of ''Film/TheWhispererInDarkness'', [[http://www.cthulhulives.org/store/storeDetailPages/codex.html a monograph]], power technician) and three of the Society's other radio dramas to date (''The Dreams in the Witch House'', ''Imprisoned with the Pharaohs'', and ''Dagon: War of Worlds''). He's implied to have an epic life beyond even the aforementioned titles.a nameless [[TheFundamentalist cultist]].



* Whenever ''TabletopGame/{{Clue}}'' comes out with an expanded version or spinoff based around Boddy Mansion (as opposed to say, ''Franchise/StarWars'' or ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'') it seems traditional to add a bottle of poison as a weapon, as well as the appearances of Madam Rose, Sgt. Grey, M. Brunette, and Miss Peach as extra characters.
* The mage/planeswalker Jodah in ''TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering'' was created by Jeff Grub for the novelizations of the plot of ''The Dark'' and the ''Ice Age'' cycle of books, created in 1999 (where the sets were created in 1994-5). He'd prove popular enough to get an Avenger card in ''Planar Chaos''.
* The ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' RPG game ''The NERV White Paper'' introduced Maria Vincennes, a female EVA pilot from America.

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* ''TabletopGame/CallOfCthulhu'': Nathaniel Ward of the H. P. Lovecraft Historical Society's projects is an unusual case. Originally created as a RPG character, the hosts of the [[http://www.cthulhulives.org/radio/DART/index.html Dark Adventure Radio Theatre]] series later spoke of him as the hero of a separate program within the audio adaptations' own miniature universe. Eventually, Ward featured in the HPLHS's film adaptation of ''Film/TheWhispererInDarkness'', [[http://www.cthulhulives.org/store/storeDetailPages/codex.html a monograph]], and three of the Society's other radio dramas to date (''The Dreams in the Witch House'', ''Imprisoned with the Pharaohs'', and ''Dagon: War of Worlds''). He's implied to have an epic life beyond even the aforementioned titles.
* Whenever ''TabletopGame/{{Clue}}'' ''{{TabletopGame/Clue}}'' comes out with an expanded version or spinoff based around Boddy Mansion (as opposed to say, ''Franchise/StarWars'' or ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'') it seems traditional to add a bottle of poison as a weapon, as well as the appearances of Madam Rose, Sgt. Grey, M. Brunette, and Miss Peach as extra characters.
* ''TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering'': The mage/planeswalker Jodah in ''TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering'' was created by Jeff Grub Creator/JeffGrub for the novelizations of the plot of ''The Dark'' and the ''Ice Age'' cycle of books, created in 1999 (where the sets were created in 1994-5). He'd prove popular enough to get an Avenger card in ''Planar Chaos''.
* The ''TabletopGame/TheNERVWhitePaper'': This ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' RPG game ''The NERV White Paper'' introduced Maria Vincennes, a female EVA pilot from America.


** ''LightNovel/IsItWrongToTryToPickUpGirlsInADungeon VideoGame/MemoriaFreese''

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** ''LightNovel/IsItWrongToTryToPickUpGirlsInADungeon ''[[LightNovel/IsItWrongToTryToPickUpGirlsInADungeon DanMachi]] VideoGame/MemoriaFreese''


** ''LightNovel/DanMachi: VideoGame/MemoriaFreese''

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** ''LightNovel/DanMachi: ''LightNovel/IsItWrongToTryToPickUpGirlsInADungeon VideoGame/MemoriaFreese''





* Found in '''spades''' in ''Roleplay/TropersTheSeries''

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