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The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
Then The Game Is On......
Mr. Allan Quartermain
Hawley Griffin
Henry Jekyll/Edward Hyde
Captain Nemo
Mina Murray
Sometime In The 1780's
An Introduction
The Documents
The Picture Archive
Other Worlds: Links


A lot has changed since upstanding scientist Dr. Jekyll first created a formula that would split his persona in two.  His "dark" half, Hyde, has grown huge and powerful, to the point where he no longer needs a formula to trigger his transformation.  At the same time, Jekyll himself has wasted away into a skinny, pale, nervous wreck.  He goes around looking as if he feels that any moment something big and nasty could leap out at him.  And in a sense, he's right.


Whenever the group is in a desperate situation, Hyde can be relied upon to show up and tear things to pieces. Despite his beastly strength and savagery, he is hardly a brainless brute; he knows what's what. And he's clever enough to conceal his ability to see Griffin, in case it should prove useful in the future. Among his teammates, the only who seems to know how to handle Hyde is Miss Murray.

Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. Robert Louis Stevenson

1850 -1894