Harrier appears in 26 issues.
Former call girl and member of many organizations, most notably the Serpent Society and B.A.D. Girls Inc.
A supervillain who later joined the Thunderbolts seeking redemption.
Dark was taken by a terrorist organization and had a neurochip implanted in her. She has no free will and is part of the Soldier's of Misfortune. The chip allows her to teleport back to headquarters.
As a teenager, Chris Powell discovered an amulet allowing him to don the alien armor of Darkhawk. Belonging to an ancient sect of Shi'ar assassins known as the Fraternity of Raptors, it provides immense protective and fighting power to its wearer along with access to its Datasong which grants the ability to access memories and possible future outcomes of events.
Trained to be an assassin with her microwave-manipulating mutant powers, Firestar instead grew to be a popular hero. She spent years as a member of both the New Warriors and the Avengers, retired during Marvel's Civil War, and later joined the Young Allies. She is currently a member of the X-Men, while at the same time teaching physics at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning.
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.
Partner of Dark in the Soldiers of Misfortune, field agents of the right-wing subversive organization Undertow.
A former criminal who became a cyborg after his death.
Member of the New Warriors, Michael Jeffries wore the Torpedo suit for a short time. Michael was never comfortable as a hero and relinquished the suit.
Harrier is an alias to Donald J. Clemendon or the latter Cardinal. A criminal mercenary member of Air Force, then the vigilante affiliate of the Thunderbolts. Harrier has conspired to kill the New Warriors with his submaritive and aerodynamic war-armor through outside interests. Equipped with firepower to match War Machine.
Dwayne Taylor was the leader of the superhero-group known as the New Warriors. After seemingly dying, the original Night Thrasher was replaced by his brother Donyell Taylor. More recently, Dwayne was resurrected by The Collector and was sent back to his present day alive by Maestro after the Contest of Champions.
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.
enemy to new warriors
Rage is a superhero whose main ability is super strength which, like the Hulk, grows with rage or violence.
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.
Shield agent, thinks of himself as A gunslinger, member of the Elite Agents of Shield.
Michiko Musashi, former member of the New Warriors, is one of the many users of Brock Jones' Torpedo armor.
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