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SUPERHEROES! 50080, Zenith, and 50107, Afterburn (pic-heavy)


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    • By Rigel
      Because we need more badelf fighting ladies.

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    • By Rigel
      Chronoscope has some splendid figures under the "Superhero"/"Supervillain" tags. How could I resist? 
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