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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 77. Chapters: Characters created by Jim Lee, Mister Majestic, Gambit, Wildcats, Acolytes, X-Men: Legacy, Hush,MorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 77. Chapters: Characters created by Jim Lee, Mister Majestic, Gambit, Wildcats, Acolytes, X-Men: Legacy, Hush, David North, All Star Batman and Robin the Boy Wonder, Omega Red, Stormwatch, Spartan, Batman: Hush, Backlash, Dark Riders, For Tomorrow, Acts of Vengeance, Grifter, Fabian Cortez, Voodoo, Henry Bendix, Deathblow, Heroes Reborn, Zealot, Trevor Fitzroy, Synergy, Union, Battalion, Kaizen Gamorra, Jade Dragon, Fahrenheit, Winter, Divine Right: The Adventures of Max Faraday, Savant, Hellstrike, The Punisher War Journal, Warblade, Fuji, Dreamqueen, Bantam, Maul, Cannon, Diva, Chrome, Darker Image. Excerpt: Mister Majestic is a fictional character, a Wildstorm Productions superhero created by H.K. Proger and Jim Lee. He first appears in a backup story within WildC.A.T.s #11. One of the most powerful heroes in the WildStorm universe, he bears a strong, deliberate resemblance to DC Comicss Superman. When Jim Lee was asked why he based Mr. Majestic so much on Superman, he stated that he was tired of seeing so many comic heroes who possessed great power but were too afraid to use it. Mr. Majestic possesses powers similar to those of Superman, but his personality is entirely different. Majestros has more militant views, as he is a Kheran warlord. The difference between the two is further portrayed when Majestros finds himself stuck on Supermans Earth. The two manage to discuss their differing outlooks on the world around them: Majestics no-nonsense, all-business personality and Supermans more subtle approach to things. Majestic reveals that he has put superhuman villains in stasis-prison without giving them a fair trial and getting into bouts with that worlds heroes, claiming he finds them dismayingly reticent. Lord Majestros was stranded on Earth along with his fellow Kherubim thousands of years ago as a result of a run-in wi...