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John Smith
John Smith in 1999


John Smith


Sir John the Great

Date of birth

January 1, 1979 (age 38)
London, England

Date of death

July 4, 2009 (age 30)
Paris, France




Reporter (formerly)
Secret agent (formerly)
Member of the God Colony





First Appearance

The Strange Case of John Smith

Last Appearance

The Strange Case of John Smith

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John Smith (January 1, 1979-July 4, 2009) is a British adventurer and explorer who has been immortalized for more than hundred years ago. He was later reappeared in the third series as an immortal angel of the God Colony.

In fact, he was the one of Britain's highly acclaimed adventurers of all time. He had almostly defeating his enemies, like Doctor Murder, etc.

After more than two decades later, he was replaced by his successor, Franklin Copperbottom in July 4, 2009.


Early life (1979-1992)

John Smith was born in January 1, 1979 in London, England by his parents: John Smith Sr., a wealthy British billionaire; and Mary Scott-Smith, a British actress and model.

Since childhood, John Smith first saw the Professor in a world-class shopping mall in London.

In 1985, at the age of six, he has a secret crush on "Andy" from the 1985 film The Goonies.

Debuting as an adventurer (1993-1997)

In 1994, he met the Guru, an elderly Indian teacher who saved him from the hands of Doctor Murder.

During their daybreak, they have a brunch with their friends. He had ate a viväahyäah, a conical, spicy rice cake topped with spices.

Later adventures and death (2005-2009)

In July 4, 2009, he was killed in the Carrefour Mall by the infamous Daniel Richter, a supernatural mass murderer who plans to rule the world.

Powers and abilities

Smith can control the metahuman energy to manipulate others' doings.

He also uses any power, including the charges of metahuman services from time by time.

In fact, he is using a century-old sword that can able to transform into a laser gun that fires bullets and stun rays for his enemies (Doctor Murder).



  • Abercrombie
  • Charmander (modelled after Kamoebas)
  • Hellhounds
  • Long-necked Dragon
  • Sea Giant
  • Three-headed dragon
  • Tower Dragon (Doctor Murder's final boss monster form since he was often killed by Sir John the Great)
  • Tower Giant


See List of John Smith adventures

See also

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