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Monaie

Monaie


monaie Biography

Monaie: Villaine

Supervillaine characteristics: Rhyming trickster. She has fast hands that can scoop up money and deposit it into her coat pockets while others are looking at her fashion strut or her happy dance.

Appearance -- fashion model body, tall and slim. Beautiful face and warm butter skin tones. Has coat with $ symbols on it. The coat is large and bulky and has a zillion pockets in it that can hide wads of money without showing any outward signs.

Colors: money green and black.

Supervillaine Personality: Fashionista, always in debt due to her credit cards being maxed out. Incredibly inventive and tenacious criminal when her credit card bills come due. Attitude out the wazoo -- life owes her the living that she has become accustomed to -- the best of everything.

Faults and Problems: Love of Fashion, to the point of always having to have the best and newest fashions to wear. This leads to Love of Money to pay for it all. Appearance: By far the most beautiful of all the characters.

Sin: Avarice and Pride

 


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Magniloquence the superheroine

© 2013-2019. Magniloquence TM the Superheroine is written and illustrated by Robert Stradley, Characters and elements of Magniloquence are TM and © 2013-2019 Robert Stradley. All rights reserved. Graphic novels are published by Twisted Tail Productions PO box 9778 Wichita Falls, Texas, USA 76308. All names, characters, places, and events are fictitious and are meant to be treated as such. Any resemblance to actual persons past, present, or future is entirely coincidental. Any tongue-in-cheek reference to existing comics is purely intentional and readers are encouraged to ferret them out. If you cannot find any, you need to read more comics. If you can read this, you probably don't need new glasses.

March 31, 2014


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