Real Name: Annie Wagner

Identity/Class: Extratemporal (Earth 2099) human/mutant

Occupation: Former factory worker

Group Membership: None

Affiliations: Doom, Renfield, the Driver

Enemies: SHIELD 2099, Captain America 2099 (indirectly)

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: Formerly Washington DC; Later Halo City, Earth 2099

First Appearance: Doom 2099#35 (November, 1995)

Powers/Abilities: Static Annie could communicate with and take control of machines and computers, but was a rather ordinary girl for her age otherwise.

History: (Doom 2099#36 - BTS) - Annie met and befriended Renfield, a man who claimed to have considerable pull in the anti-American underground.

(Doom 2099#35 - BTS) - Over the past few months, Annie's boyfriend broke up with her and she lost her job at a local factory. To make matters worse, President Doom's reign was ended in violence, and SHIELD agents roamed the street looking for fresh kills.

(Doom 2099#35) - Chased down the street and shot with an inhibitor spike by a squad of SHIELD agents, Annie was forced to duck into a building to hide. Luckily, she chose the building Doom was hiding in, and Doom made short work of the agents.

(Doom 2099#36) - Annie led Doom to her friend, Renfield's house. Renfield wasn't convinced that the big guy in the armor was the real Doom, but Doom told him that he didn't need his faith, just his obedience. While Renfield took the inhibitor spike out of her back, Annie told Doom that her power was to speak to machines, and that sitting next to his shattered armor was like sitting next to a fresh corpse. Annie then asked Renfield if he was just lying about his influence when they first met. Renfield admitted he was, and that he was just trying to impress her.

(Doom 2099#37) - Under Doom's orders, Annie took control of the renegade cyborg/mutant, The Driver, and used him to help them escape to Halo City, the mutant haven. When they arrived, Doom told her she was free, and proceeded with his plan to get revenge on John Anthony Herod and Captain America.

Comments: Created by Warren Ellis and Steve Pugh

Static Annie's powers seem similar to Doctor Goodwrench's.

Profile by: Zerostar


Static Annie Wagner 2099 has no known connection to...

Renfield 2099 has no known connection to...

Renfield 2099
An opportunistic man, Renfield lied to Static Annie about his influence to impress her. When Annie and Doom came to his house, Renfield held a gun to Doom's head, but was easily defeated by him. A constant annoyance throughout their stay, before Doom and Annie left in the Driver's car, Renfield was shot dead by Doom.

He was a member of a rebel group known as Re-Activ-8

--Doom 2099#36 ([Doom 2099#36],36,37(d)

Doom 2099#35-36 (November-December, 1995) - Warren Ellis (writer), Steve Pugh (pencils), Scott Koblish (inks), Joey Cavalieri (editor)
Doom 2099#37 (January, 1996) - Warren Ellis (writer), Ashley Wood (pencils), Scott Koblish (inks), Joey Cavalieri (editor)

First Posted: 12/21/2003 Last updated: 02/06/2014

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