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Brainwave Jr.
Fighting:Good (10)
Brainwave Jr.
Agility:Typical (6)
Strength:Typical (6)
Endurance:Good (10)
Reason:Remarkable (30)
Intuition:Incredible (40)
Psyche:Incredible (40)
Resources:Good (10)
Physical Description:
Height: 5' 10 ' Hair: Red
Weight: 172 lbs. Eyes: Blue
Brainwave can communicate on a direct mind-to-mind basis, at a range of 250 miles. This is automatic with any willing target, or with someone of less than Incredible psyche.

Brainwave can manipulate items of up to 10 tons by the force of his mind, including his own body. The extreme range is Incredible, or 11 areas.

Brainwave can hurl a mental bolt at any target possessing a functioning nervous system, doing up to Incredible damage to their mental processes. The effect may be ignored by any character who succeeds in making a red Psyche roll; a yellow Psyche roll takes only half damage. Any physical damage is assumed to be an indirect result of the assault, consistent with seizures caused by a mangled nervous system.

Brainwave can cast realistic illusions directly into the mind of a target. While these hallucinations cannot do any direct physical damage, they can disguise reality to the point where actual danger or damage becomes a factor. The range is 11 areas, and are ineffective against any target with greater than an Incredible Psyche rank.

Martial Arts A * Dancing * Poetry
Track & Field Events (decathalon)
Infinity Inc. * The Justice Society of America
At this writing little is known of the early life of Henry King, Jr., save that he was the only son of Dr. Henry King, a mental mutant who was also the villainous Brainwave, and Merry Pemberton King, an ex-super-heroine. Sometime during his childhood, as a result of his father's criminal activities, Hank's mother died of a broken heart, and the grief-stricken Hank refused to speak to his father for years.

Some months after his graduation from college, Hank donned an altered version of one of his father's sometime costumes in an attempt to prevent The Brainwave, the Ultra-Humanite, and a number of other super-villains from changing the course of World War II, and thus changing history.

While in the past, Hank came into contact with, and ultimately joined, a newly formed group of second-generation super-heroes that called itself Infinity, Inc.

Recently, while attempting to protect Hank, the Brainwave was slain in a battle with the Ultra-Humanite. As a final gesture of paternal love, the Brainwave transferred the bulk of his awesome mental powers to his son, the only legacy he could leave him. As a result of his father's actions, Hank has resigned from Infinity, Inc. and gone off to find himself and his place in the world.

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