BLITZ

Real Name: Jaime Zimmerman

Identity/Class: Unknown, possible altered human or human mutant

Occupation: Criminal

Group Membership: New Enforcers

Affiliations: Dragon Man, Dreadnought, The New Enforcers, The Foreigner, the "Super-Adaptoid"

Enemies: Bloodrose (Richard Fisk), Spider-Man

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: New York City

First Appearance: Web of Spider-Man#99 (April,1993)

Powers/Abilities: Blitz's powers were largely undefined. She had superhuman strength to an unknown level (probably class 5-10). She never talked. Whether this was by choice or because she could not speak is unknown.

History: Blitz's origins are unrevealed. At some point she joined the criminal New Enforcers.

(Web of Spider-Man#99) - After the New Enforcers had hired the Foreigner to kill Bloodrose, Blitz and Eel went to the Foreigner's office to purge it of evidence incriminating them. Spider-Man had come as well to get some evidence of his own, and Blitz and Eel attacked him. Spider-Man fought Blitz and Eel until he managed to get Eel to accidentally electrocute Blitz.

(Web of Spider-Man#100) - The Vanisher teleported Blitz away from Spider-Man. Later, when Bloodrose tracked the New Enforcers down to their headquarters, Blitz, alongside her teammates, attacked and disarmed him. However, Spider-Man came to the rescue in his new high tech armor and managed to defeat all the super villains present. Blitz was then arrested by the police.

Comments: Created by Terry Kavanagh, Alex Suviek, and Joe Rubinstein

The New Enforcers are working for HYDRA in the Sega 32X game Spider-Man: Web Of Fire. I wouldn't bother mentioning established characters' appearances in video games, but I thought it was an interesting place for a second Thermite-616, Blitz and Tangle appearance.
It's a pretty awful game, though.
--Graham Weaver

Profile by Stunner

Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z Hardcover#4. Real name revealed in Enforcers profile.

Clarifications: has no known connections to:


images: Web of Spider-Man#99 (cover)


Other Appearances:
Web of Spider-Man#100 (May, 1993) - Terry Kavanagh (writer), Alex Saviuk (pecnils), Joe Rubinstein (inks), Rob Tokar (editor)

Last updated: 09/22/04

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