Each of the threat reports come with a nice piece of color art of the character embedded in the PDF and a separate Hero Lab file. Each includes a prop cover letter from AEGIS, possibly useful for setting a scene, that gives a basic idea about what is publically known about the character described. Each character is given a few plot hooks to help work them into a campaign.
Power Corps (#31) is not just a villain, but a team of villains in nearly identical suits of powered armor. While each member has their own skills, it is the coordination between them that makes the Power Corps such a difficult group to deal with. Useful both as operatives of another villain or acting for their own profit, the Power Corps fill an important niche in the supervillain ecology.
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