Starman I

Starman I
Dex:   7    Str:   4  Body:    5
Int:   6    Will:  5  Mind:    6
Infl:  5    Aura:  5  Spirit:  6
Initiative: 18  Hero Points: 110

Gadgetry: 6
Scientist: 5

Advantages: Connections: All-Star Squadron (High), F.B.I. (High), High Society (High), Justice Society of America (High), Freedom Fighters (Low); Connoisseur; Genius; Scholar (astronomy)

Drawbacks: Mistrust (1951-'55 only); Secret Identity

Alter Ego: Theodore (Ted) Knight
Motivation: Upholding the Good
Occupation: Wealthy Playboy
Wealth: 13

Gravity Rod [Body: 8, Gravity Decrease: 10, Gravity Increase: 10, Flight: 12, R#: 2]

Cosmic Rod [Body: 10, Attraction/Repulsion: 15, Energy Blast: 13, Flame Project: 13, Flight: 13, Gravity Decrease: 15, Reflection/Deflection: 7, Skin Armor: 3]

Source: 2nd Edition  Background/Roster Book, page 36; World at War Sourcebook, page 67

foes: Nimbus/Mist

Ed's Notes: Another entry that combines two sources. WaW omits the All-Star Squadron Connection and gives him just 70 Hero Points. The BG/R Book Omits the FBI and Freedom Fighters Connection and the Gravity Rod. (Which is really just a watered down version of the Cosmic Rod anyway.) (Lol... Cosmic Rod. As a PC, trying saying that over and over again with a straight face!)

Also the I, II... naming convention is not really needed here, as the Golden Age Starman has no connection to the modern Starman, but they are more alike than the two Sandmans (Sandmen?) and they could not have initially overlapped. (Will Payton was not alive during WWII!)

Sweet Alex Ross paiitning too, huh? Haven't had that many recently, but they're still so frickin' cool!


  1. I've always wondered what would happen if his grip slipped at too high an altitude. Remember when Bugs Bunny dropped his super carrots?

    1. Lol. Right?! I mean... Is he supporting his own weight?! Does he experience air resistance?!