Deathlok appears in 562 issues.
The son of Kraven the Hunter, he too is a skilled hunter and tracker. Unlike his father his enhanced abilities are natural and he can talk to animals.
Arno and Deathlok were both members of The Heralds, a team of superhumans from various alternate timelines who were brought together by the Machine Man of Earth-9997 in order to warn other realities about The Celestials, their plans for Omniversal Conquest and the Celestial Embryos that were growing at the hearts of their respective Earths.
Big Man was one of Godwulf's Reedemers from Earth-7484 (Deathlok's world). He was one of the Nth Commandos who exiled the various heroes and super-humans of this world to other dimensions. They failed to realize this was the first step to a war that would ravage the world. The regretful mercenaries banded together in an attempt to build some order from the chaos and redeem themselves. Big Man was actually the shortest member of the team but was "a born scrapper".
Lucian was born an Armechadonian Deviant and is the son of the infamous Lord Tantalus.
Cody Fleisher was killed and resurrected as Cadaver. After the reaction of friends and family to his new appearance, Cadaver decided to remain with Dr. Druid and the Defenders.
During World War II, Steve Rogers volunteered to receive the experimental Super-Soldier Serum. Enhanced to the pinnacle of human physical potential and armed with an unbreakable shield, he became Captain America. After a failed mission left him encased in ice for decades, he was found and revived by the Avengers. Later joining their ranks and eventually becoming the team's leader.
Little is known about the mutant who replaced the original Captain America. His unstable mutant powers which gave him control over great psionic energy led to him having beserker rages and attacking anybody whom he believed was against the United States.
deathlok was an ally of Curtis Carr.
Eric Savin oversaw the Ultra-Tech project for the U.S. Army. He discovered the project lead was a traitor and Eric was killed when he confronted the traitor. He was reborn as the cyborg Coldblood-7.
A possible Amalgam version of Deathlok and Cyborg
Jonathan Bryant was shot when the program he was working for was beseiged by unknown operatives, he was somehow transformed when the project was hit with a stray bullet.
Doctor Druid was a psychiatrist who was attracted to the mystic arts. After being trained by a Tibetan Lama, Druid gained mastery over some mystic arts.
Member of S.H.I.E.L.D..
A social worker turned hero, Sam Wilson's bleak outlook on life was wiped away the day he met Captain America. Using a winged costume and his remarkable combat prowess and avian telepathy, he became the Falcon - defender of Harlem.
A clone of Apocalypse raised by Fantomex to become the ultimate weapon and a hero. The ultimate test of nature vs. nurture, young Evan is currently enrolled at the Jean Grey School.
A former member of the Redeemers and Squadron Supreme, Haywire has the ability to make limitless steel-like wire come from his fingers and can entangle people in them.
Hyperion from earth-1121 and Deathlok were members of the Heralds.
The latest in a long line of warriors known as Iron Fist, Danny Rand delivers vigilante justice... sometimes, for a paycheck.
Tony Stark was the arrogant son of wealthy, weapon manufacturer Howard Stark. Tony cared only about himself, but he would have a change of heart after he was kidnapped by terrorists and gravely injured. Pressured to create a weapon of mass destruction, Stark instead created a suit of armor powerful enough for him to escape. Tony uses his vast resources and intellect to make the world a better place as the invincible Iron Man. Stark's super hero identity led him to become a founding member of the Avengers.
Jesus is Deathlok (Michael Collin's) roommate. He make robots and is a cybernetics whiz.
Joshua Pryce is one of the Cognoscenti, protectors of the Earth. He is an ally to the Defenders and the Howling Commandos.
Jubilee is a long-time member of the X-Men and serves as a teacher to Generation X, a group of teenage mutants living at the Xavier Institute. She previously lost her mutant powers and then was turned into a vampire, adopting a baby boy named Shogo and working alongside the X-Men. Most recently, she re-gained her pyrotechnic abilities and was turned back into a mutant when Quentin Quire sacrificed his Phoenix shard to save her life and revert her powers back.
Justice Peace is a time-hopping mercenary who was hired by The Time Variance Authority to become the leader of their Temporal Law Enforcement Department. He is also Marvel's homage to Judge Dredd.
A warrior from Earth-691, Killraven led a group known as the Freemen against the tyranny of Earth's Martian Masters.
Linda is one of Curtis Carr's employees. She worked for him while he held his job at Stark Prosthetics.
Geneticist who got blackmailed from Hydra to creat e super-serum
A clone to the original Luther Manning, whom was Deathlok in that reality
The sole surviving robot of a government project, X-51 also had the benefits of humanity by being raised as a son by Dr. Abel Stack. Dubbed "Machine Man", he became a superhero and later an Avenger until being corrupted by Sentinel technology and developing a strong dislike for humans.
A self aware Doombot.
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