Real Name: (first name unrevealed) Wright
Occupation: C.I.A. Agent
Group Membership: C.I.A., commanded the C.I.A. Crack Squad
Affiliations: former X-Force (Anarchist, Dead Girl, Doop, Orphan, Phat, the Spike, U-Go Girl, Vivisector)
Enemies: Bush Rangers (especially Tray), X-Force
Known Relatives: Louise Wright (his daughter)
Base of Operations: Presumably mobile
First Appearance: X-Force I#125 (April, 2002)
Powers/Abilities: Agent Wright had no superhuman powers or abilities. He commanded the C.I.A. Crack Squad, which consisted of a bunch of guys with guns.
History: (X-Force I#125)- C.I.A. Agent Wright claimed he hated everything the mutant group X-Force stood for. In spite of this, he was introduced to the group by their publicist Spike Freeman. Agent Wright claimed that he had to save X-Force from the Orphan, who had recently deliberately blown a mission to bring Paco Perez back to the U.S. Orphan promptly backhanded him in the face. Wright called the Orphan a jellyfish, which angered U-Go Girl, who took him above the Grand Canyon and dropped him. Before he fell to his death, she teleported them back into the mission room. Upon composing himself, Agent Wright explained how the Bush Rangers had taken over a space station and that X-Force was to go up to the space station and get captured, allowing the C.I.A. to come in and save the day.
(X-Force I#127)- Once in space, Agent Wright contacted the team only to find them relaxed and waiting for the C.I.A. to arrive, instead of being captives as had been planned. Once aboard the space station, Agent Wright and the C.I.A. Crack Squad began firing on X-Force, only to have U-Go Girl teleport herself, the Orphan, Doop, and the Anarchist away. The small team of X-Forcers arrived inside a satellite, where Wright explained his treachery to them over a video link. The craft that they had teleported into was slowly drifting aimlessly into deep space, where it would eventually disintegrate or collide with something. He explained that he was doing this because of his daughter, Louise, who was hospitalized since age 3 in hopes that future medical breakthroughs could save her. Unfortunately, he felt a chance at those breakthroughs had been thrown away when the Orphan turned Paco Perez, a mutant medicine cabinet, over to Saint Annas father, instead of delivering him to the U.S. government. Equally unfortunately for Wright, the other X-Forcers were still aboard the shuttle and they made short work of the C.I.A. Crack Squad. As Agent Wright reached into his uniform, the Bush Ranger known as Tray, in the guise of the Spike, impaled Wright with a bevy of spikes.
(X-Force I#128)- While Vivisector attempted to communicate with the satellite that housed U-Go Girl, the Orphan, Doop, and the Anarchist, Agent Wrights lifeless body lay to Vivisectors right side, not unlike a human pincushion. Once the senior members of X-Force were saved from the satellite, they noticed Agent Wrights body in the corner.
Comments: Created by Peter Milligan and M. D. Allred.
Profile by Proto-Man
This character, Agent Wright, has no known connections to
The X-Force, a.k.a. X-Statix, that Agent Wright dealt with, should not be mistaken for
C.I.A. Crack Squad
Soldiers of the C.I.A. who worked for Agent Wright. Once X-Force were captured, they were to arrive and save them from the Bush Rangers. As X-Force were waiting for the Crack Squad to arrive, the Bush Rangers attacked them. During the attack, the Crack Squad arrived and began firing on X-Force. The senior members of X-Force teleported into a satellite, while the remaining members made short work of the Crack Squad.
The C.I.A. Crack Squad apparently didnt possess any powers, but used a variety of handguns and armor.
- X-Force I#127
Louise Wright was the daughter of Agent Wright. When she was three, she fell over and was hospitalized with an unknown ailment. She was on life support in hopes that future medical breakthroughs could save her.
- X-Force I#127 (BTS- seen only in a photograph)
Agent Wright: (X-Force I#125) p12, pan1
C.I.A. Crack Squad: (X-Force I#127) p1, pan3
Louise Wright: (X-Force I#127) p18, pan3
X-Force I#125 (April, 2002) - Peter Milligam (writer), Mike Allred (artist), Axel Alonso (editor)
X-Force I#127-128 (June - July, 2002) - Peter Milligam (writer), Mike Allred (artist), Axel Alonso (editor)
Last updated: 12/08/04
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