Real Name: Unrevealed

Identity/Class: Human

Occupation: Vigilante

Group Membership: None

Affiliations: None

Enemies: Francesi, Speedo and the criminal world in general;
Hawkeye, Mockingbird;

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: Mobile

First Appearance: Solo Avengers#8/1 (July, 1988)

Powers/Abilities: Excellent hand-to-hand combatant, excellent marksman with a gun, uses a tranquilizer gun to stun people

History: (Solo Avengers#8/1) - Blind Justice went to Francesi's flower store, to take him down. He knew that Francesi was not only a store owner, but actually a criminal running illegal operations in the neighborhood. He used his stun gun to take down some of Francesi's men, but Hawkeye and Mockingbird arrived at almost the same time. Hawkeye tried to take down Blind Justice, but he managed to escape his arrows. Outside he threatened to kill Francesi. Francesi tried to buy his own life, but Blind Justice wanted no money -- only justice. Before he had a chance to shoot the man, Hawkeye came to Francesi's rescue. Francesi suddenly suffered a heart attack, and while Blind Justice left, Hawkeye tried to save the man by taking him to a hospital. At the hospital Francesi died, and Blind Justice himself sent a card saying "In the service of Justice"

(Solo Avengers#9/1) - Trying to get rid of two of his problems, the criminal known as Speedo set-up Blind Justice and Hawkeye at the docks. But The Shroud showed up to help Hawkeye, and Blind Justice himself captured Speedo and his second-in-command, Zipper. He told Speedo that he was to be executed for trying to kill an Avenger. Speedo said he was just having some fun with Hawkeye, but reached for his gun, shooting Blind Justice, who fell down in the water, but not before he shot Speedo. Hawkeye and The Shroud watched helplessly as Blind Justice plunged into the water, and they thought him dead, but when they left, Blind Justice's hand was reaching for a ladder -- if Blind Justice was alive or dead remains to be seen...

(Civil War: Battle Damage Report) - Tony Stark considered Blind Justice as a potential Initiative recruit.

Comments: Tom DeFalco & Mark Bright

Profile by: The Beetle ; Images by Zerostar

Blind Justice has no know connection to:

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Solo Avengers#8, Cover (main image)

Solo Avengers#8-9 (July-August, 1988) - Tom DeFalco (writer), Mark Bright (pencils), Jose Marzan (inks), Mark Gruenwald (editor)
Civil War: Battle Damage Report (2007)

Last updated: 04/20/14

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