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MysteryMan

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JohnnyMax

Subj: Re: The most obvious here is...
Posted: Mon Jun 30, 2008 at 05:59:53 am EDT (Viewed 74 times)
Reply Subj: The most obvious here is...
Posted: Sun Jun 29, 2008 at 07:56:10 pm EDT


> > > Example
> > > Moon Knight serving as a mercenary under Bushman (although I must admit that it remains unclear whether in his Werewolf by Night appearances Moench always intended that Moon Knight infiltrated the Committee by claiming to be still a mercenary or if Moench actually did just intend him to be a merc)
> > > Captain Satan
> > > The Butcher
> > > Ennis Willie's Sand
> > > 1994 movie Shadow
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> > i think the devil-slayer, member of the defenders, was a mercenary or hitman in his past. he had definitly killed people. but he was never a villain as far as i know
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> Luke Cage. His origin involves him being experimented on while in prison.
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> Others that I can think of:
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> Strikeforce Moritiuri (This is a fairly obscure series from the 80s in which soldiers, and some prisoners were experimented on to give them powers to fight off an alien invasion, but the process eventually killed them.)
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> Wolverine (He has to have been a criminal in there at some point. The guy is over 200 years old!)
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> Suicide Squad, obviously, but I don't know if all of the characters for that series were old characters of if there were any created expressly for it.
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> Hal Jordan - Emerald Dawn II had him in prison for a DUI. Kind of weak, but it's still there. Not sure if this has been retconned. I hated this story, so I hope it has been.

It has been as far as I can tell under Geoff.

> John Rambo, The A-Team: Both were military fugitives. It could be argued that Rambo was introduced as a villain.
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