Real Name: Edgar Eliot

Identity/Class: Human

Occupation: D.O.D. employee
formerly: soldier

Group Membership: US Defense Department
formerly: US Forces

Affiliations: His superiors, Simpson (guard at Stark Enterprises)

Enemies: Tony Stark

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia

First Appearance: Marvel Super-Heroes III#2 (July, 1990)

Powers/Abilities: As a former soldier he was trained in armed combat. He used his position within the D.O.D. to serve his country and if it was necessary he infiltrated and sabotaged whole corporations.

History: (Marvel Super-Heroes III#2 (fb) - BTS) - For years Eliot served his country as a soldier in conflicts all over the world like in places like Lebanon, the West Bank or Beirut. After serving his country in many battles he became a member of the Defense Department.

Representing the Defense Department Edgar Eliot tried for months to get a new rocket motor exclusively for the D.O.D. from Stark Enterprises.

(Marvel Super-Heroes III#2) - Once again Eliot was in Stark's office and asked him to give the motor to the D.O.D., but Stark repeated that he stopped making weapons a long time ago and that he wouldn't help the Pentagon in their scheme to militarize space. Eliot left unsatisfied and returned to his hotel room where he got so angry over Stark's attitude that he broke a glass with his bare hand. That evening Eliot went to the area where the rocket motor was kept and Simpson, a security guard secretly employed by Eliot, let him through to it. Eliot poured a substance on the motor's cooling system and left. He told Simpson that he returned to Washington and wouldn't be in the test and asked him not to be there either. Suddenly the motor exploded and the experimental cooling system caused a storm. Eliot got trapped in the storm and began to hallucinate. He touched a woman he saw and was turned into ice. Iron Man found Eliot dead in the storm and shut off the coolant before it could do the same to others.


Comments: Created by Bob Denatale, Larry Alexander & Chris Ivy

His military background wasn't explained further, so I don't know what he was really capable of.

Profile by Markus Raymond

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Marvel Super-Heroes III#1, p1, pan3 (Edgar Eliot main image)
  p7, pan2 (Edgar Eliot head shot)

Last updated: 11/20/05

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