Asylum appears in 31 issues.
A mutant and original member of the X-Men, Warren received his angelic wings at a young age along with a unique healing factor in his blood. After being twisted into a weapon of Apocalypse, Warren became the cold and distant Archangel. In the years since then, he's gone back and forth between his two identities.
The latest wielder of the Ebony Blade in a long line of heroes and villains known as the Black Knight. Dane Whitman, at one point a member of the Avengers and leader of Ultraforce, is now the current king of Weirdworld.
James Sharp is a medical student who became a bio-telepath, capable of inducing different bodily states on other people - vomiting, unconsciousness, etc. For some reason, his genetic alterations also gave his body a crystalline composition.
"Enhanced" by Genetech to fight the New Warriors
A survivor of child abuse, Vance Astrovik first called himself Marvel Boy but later changed his name to Justice after time spent in jail for the accidental killing of his father. A founding and former member of the New Warriors, Justice is also a member of the Avengers.
One of two beings have been named Asylum each a eugenic medical transformation of the Psionex. Both have the ability to manifest darkforce energies, fly, teleport, intangibility and can entrap victims into a pocket dimension to telepathically show victims realms of inner lies or inner truths traumatizing their psyches. Foe of the New Warriors.
Two men have assumed the identity and powers of Asylum. Leader of corporate sabeteur core Psionex to Genetech, Asylum can manipulate Darkforce energies to teleport, become intangent mist, and can entrap foes to experience maddening psionic revelations of "inner-truths" or "inner-lies" of oneself. Foe of New Warriors. Ordained Thunderbolt agent.
Richard Rider was a young teenager when he was granted the power of a Nova Centurion. He would have many adventures both on his own and with his peers among the New Warriors; Richard even became a member of the Avengers ever so briefly. He eventually became Nova-Prime, leader of the Nova Corps, where he established himself as a universally cosmic hero of immense power.
Two beings have assumed the alias and powers of Asylum. Leader of the Psionex, corporate mutate sabeteurs of Genetech,
the first Asylum died to which a latter succeeded. Able to manipulate Darkforce energies, teleport, intangibility, and can entrap opponents to experience psychic overload of "inner-truths" or "inner-lies" to suffer mental strain.
Combatted the New Warriors.
After being given kinetic energy based powers in a laboratory accident, Robbie Baldwin became the hero Speedball. He blamed himself for the Stamford tragedy and remodeled himself as Penance, but now he's back continuing to atone for his past as Speedball, as a trainer to the Avengers Academy.
Peter Parker was bitten by a radioactive spider as a teenager, granting him spider-like powers. After the death of his Uncle Ben, which he could have prevented, Peter learned that "with great power, comes great responsibility." Swearing to always protect the innocent from harm, Peter Parker became the Amazing Spider-Man!
Ben Grimm, better known as the Thing, is the original quintessential tough-guy of the Marvel Universe. But, because of his transformation, he's also the tragic member of the Fantastic Four. Ben was an ace test-pilot until exposure to intense cosmic radiation mutated him into a rock-skinned monster with immense superhuman strength. Ben's exterior is much harder than stone which gives him a rather gruff disposition; but deep down, he has a heart of gold.
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