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Clint Barton

Source: Marvel Comics

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A carny turned vigilante turned villain turned Avenger, Clint has used several superhero identities and died countless times, but he always ends up fighting crime as Hawkeye again. His laid back demeanor, lack of education, and constant misfortune belies a sharp intellect and varied skill set that has only been enhanced through half a century of experience.

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Batman

Bruce Wayne

Source: DC Comics

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A wealthy playboy by day, dark vigilante by night and also sometimes day. Batman is known among all but his closest friends and loved ones as an obsessive manipulator willing to use anyone as an accessory to his schemes. It’s not an undeserved reputation.

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Akiza "Aki" Izinski Izayoi

Source: Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's

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An unbalanced young woman with psychic powers that manifest through trading cards. Though generally kindhearted, Aki’s fractured mental state causes violent outbursts when she feels threatened.

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What the hell is up with her hair?

Gajeel Redfox

Source: Fairy Tail

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A wizard trained in the lost art of Iron Dragon Slayer Magic. Gajeel adores battle and will jump at any chance to fight a powerful opponent.

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     Checkmate 

Checkmate in General

Crossfire

Source: Marvel Comics

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A former CIA agent turned criminal, Cross started his super villain career attempting to wipe out all superheroes. After a humiliating defeat, he narrowed his sights down to the hero responsible: Hawkeye. Though intelligent, Cross often overestimates his own competence.

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Deathstroke

Source: DC Comics

The greatest mercenary in the DC Universe, somehow, despite constant failure. Is not above seducing a thirteen-year-old girl in order to further his plans. Thinks he’s a much nicer person than he is.

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Baron Zemo

Source: Marvel Comics

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Son of Nazi scientist Heinrich Zemo. Though his greatest foe will always be Captain America, Zemo has had a grudge against Hawkeye since the archer took over his old team of villains, the Thunderbolts, in a successful bid to reform them.

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Major Force

Source: DC Comics

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Some dick that the government gave superpowers. He stuffed a dead woman in a refrigerator once. He still has a job for some reason.

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Lightbringer

Source: Lightbringer

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A superhero inexplicably working for Crossfire.

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     World Counterterrorism Agency 

Mockingbird

Bobbi Morse

Source: Marvel Comics

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Trained spy and super-soldier and leader of the "World Counter-terrorism Agency". Initially fighting crime without powers, Mockingbird was later injected with a combination of Super-Soldier Serum (enhances physical abilities) and the Infinity Formula (prolongs life and accelerates healing).

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U.S. Agent

John Walker

Source: Marvel Comics

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Granted superhuman strength by the criminal Power Broker, John Walker initially called himself Superpatriot and attempted to undermine Captain America. After Steve Rogers was forced by the government to abandon the Captain America identity, Walker was chosen as his replacement. Rogers eventually took back his title, and Walker renamed himself and continued to work as a government enforcer.

Ultron Mark Twelve

Source: Marvel Comics

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The twelfth model of Ultron, a homicidal artificial intelligence built by founding Avenger Hank Pym. Mark Twelve proved more noble than his predecessors, and sought to amend for the sins of past incarnations. When Ultron Mark 11 unexpectedly returned, he destroyed Mark 12's body was destroyed, and his programming seemingly deleted from the Ultron collective. However, some later iterations have shown aspects of Mark 12's mentality. In SNAFU, he has been recovered by Dr. Pym's associate Mockingbird.

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Phantom Rider

Source: Marvel Comics

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     Other 

Lancer (Cu Chulainn)

Source: Fate/stay night

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A reincarnation of Ireland’s greatest mythological hero. Lancer is both a master spell caster and the world’s greatest spearman.

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Black Rose Dragon

Source: Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's

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