Real Name: Unrevealed
Occupation: Arms dealer (LITERALLY!)
Affiliations: Terror INC
Enemies: Death Reign (specifically Sparks, Manuel, and Tony)
Known Relatives: None
Base of Operations: Mobile
First Appearance: Terror INC#9 (March, 1993)
Powers/Abilities: Boneyard has shown no superhuman powers, but seems to have a very strong stomach. Her collection of various body parts is quite extensive, and it seems she never disappoints her clients, no matter what they're looking for.
History: (Terror INC#9) In her trailer park/shop, Boneyard met up with Terror, who was looking for a very particular body part for his next mission. Leading Terror to a refrigerator, Boneyard revealed a skeleton with a clawed arm - just like Wolverine's. Boneyard dismissed it as just a coincidence, but Terror bought it anyway.
(Terror INC#12) On a private jet with Terror, Boneyard consulted him on his next mission, and offered him the arm of a cross-trainer who worked as a hitman for the CIA.
(Terror#2 - BTS) - Alexis Primo called Boneyard to arrange for fresh parts for the weakened Terror. Boneyard was skeptical whether it was really Mrs. Primo or not, and she asked her a series of questions before trusting her.
(Terror#2 (fb)) - As Boneyard began to saw open a corpse's chest, she was ambushed by Sparks, Manuel, and Tony, who strangled, raped, and then slew her.
(Terror#2) - Terror arrived at Boneyard's place and found her dead. He plucked out her eye to see what she had seen, after which Sparks blew up her lab in an effort to get rid of Terror.
(Terror#3) - After slaughter Sparks and his men, Terror returned to Boneyard's corpse and took her heart, replacing his own.
Comments: Created by DG Chichester and Richard Pace
A mysterious character who never really had the chance to be fully fleshed out, it was never revealed just how Boneyard came into possession of the limbs and various other body parts in her collection, but maybe that's for the better.
In Terror#9, Terror obtained a clawed arm from an Adamantium skeleton--a virtual duplicate of Wolverine's, complete with claws and everything. This skeleton first showed up in Wolverine II#52,again in Wolverine II#79, and was wrapped up/explained in Wolverine II#86. I'm not going to try for a full explanation, but this skeleton was actually Wolverine's when he was destroyed while time traveling and battling the Adversary...although he actually did not die, but was shunted through time again. The skeleton existed for a time as a temporal paradox as a result of Wolverine being involved in "the Big Crunch" at the end of time, and then it disappeared...and my head hurts now. Go read Wolverine#86 for the explanation.
Profile by: Zerostar
Boneyard, Terror's creepy organ-dealing associate, has no known connection to...
Terror#1-5 (October, 2007 - April, 2008) - David Lapham (writer), Patrick Zircher (art), Alejandro Arbona (assistant editor), Warren Simons (editor)
Last updated: 06/10/08
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