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CHARACTER BIOGRAPHY-Jimmy Aioki was born in a Japanese internment camp in 1943.  His mother died in childbirth, and his father died in the pacific during the war.  Jimmy was raised with his grandparents in Southern California.  Jimmy excelled in school and graduated early from high school at the age of 16.  Jim then went on to cal tech where he was recruited by a military project there to try and re-create the Project Olympus project that created the super-heroes Miracle, Mister Amazing and Kat Carson.  Jimmy was contacted because he possessed the rare genetic sequence that scientists postulated was responsible for the Olympus formula taking effect on a life form.  Jimmy along with 5 other members were given what was actually an estimated approximation of The Olympus Formula.  This resulted in strange manifestation of latent powers in the participants.  Jimmy found that he could control and manipulate water and was code named Mister Tsunami by the army.

The group was introduced as THE DIVISION to the public in 1963 and were used in various military operations across the globe.

In 1975 the group was among other costumed adventurers that joined in the battle against the cosmic dictator known as GHOR THE AHNILALATOR.  They were successful in turning him back, but at the cost of the loss of lives among the heroes, a small town in Kansas, and more specifically all but one member of the Division, including Jimmy Aioki.

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Dan Nokes is the sequential guru of the Southern Maryland DIY Revolution! When not wandering the uncharted wilderness of Lusby, MD in a supernaturally induced blood fever, he is the head of a little one man band called 21st Century Sandshark Studios. This bastion of indie comic goodness has to date put out a 67 page graphic novel (The Reptile and Mister Amazing 2002) a 12 issue maxi series (The Paranormals 2003-2008) a three issue western (The Pistoleers 2008-2010) and is currently working on the second and final volume of his dystopian classic (Adam and Eve: Bizarre Love Triangle in the Zombie Apocalypse 2011-2012) He is also working on illustration duties for Nick Davis' upcoming children's book (Unconditional: A Teddy Bear's Tale 2011). His future projects include his forray into webcomics with his Sci-fi comedy (Impossible Space Tales from The Last Pitt Stop) and a return to Super Hero Lore (The Reptile and Mister Amazing: The Return of Kat Carson)!

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