Real Name: Inez Temple

Identity/Class: Human mutant

Occupation: Mercenary

Group Membership: Agency X, the 198 (Arclight, Beautiful Dreamer, Caliban, Collective Man, Diamond Lil, Erg, Fever Pitch, Jazz, Johnny Dee, Karma, Leech, Lorelei, Magma, Mammomax, Mr. M, Peeper, Sack, Scalphunter, Skids, Toad)

Affiliations: Agent X (Alex Hayden), Bob agent of Hydra, Sandi Brandenberg, Deadpool (Wade Wilson), Domino, Fantastic Four, Iron Man (Tony Stark), Ms. Marvel (Danvers), O.N.E., Shatterstar, Taskmaster, Weasel, X-Men
(employers) Culver Sport and Gun Club, Dazzler (Allison Blaire), Cruise Minor, Francis Wahlfert

Enemies: B-1, Bloc, Black Swan, Constrictor (Frank Schlicting), Crossfire (William Cross), Johnny Dee, the Four Winds, General Lazer, Punisher (Frank Castle), Rhino, Sapien League (Leper Queen), The Scalpel, T-Ray

Known Relatives: Douglas R. Temple (father, deceased), Luke Temple (ancestor, deceased), Outlaw Kid (Lance Temple, ancestor, deceased), Bell Temple (ancestor, deceased), "Hoot" Temple (ancestor, deceased)

Aliases: "Crazy Inez" (a nickname she hates)

Base of Operations: The 198 Camp at the Xavier Institute, Westchester County, New York
formerly Agency X Headquarters/Alpine Park amusement park, New York
formerly The Rio Grande Valley, Texas

First Appearance: Deadpool III#65 (May, 2002)

Powers/Abilities: Outlaw has superhuman strength and durability, being able to punch holes in brick walls and take gunshots with only minor bruising. She may also have some superhuman speed and coordination that would help when gunfighting.

Height: 5'11" Weight: 142 lbs.

History: (Agent X #14 (fb)) - Douglas Temple stopped his daughter Inez from beating up Billy Rapner, the latest child to pick on her for being a mutie.

(Deadpool III#65) - At the "Killer Juice" bar at Merc Works gym for mercenaries, Outlaw met and flirted with Deadpool, who had become famous in the merc industry after killing the heads of the Four Winds. Deadpool had to leave when he was paged by his secretary, Sandi.

(Deadpool III#67) - As Deadpool arrived to take a job protecting Dazzler, Outlaw left explaining that she had the job until Cruise Minor tried to touch her behind. She pinched Deadpool's as she left.

(Agent X#1) - Sandi Brandenburg hired Outlaw to train Alex Hayden how to use a gun. Outlaw decided Hayden couldn't be Deadpool, since Alex was ambedextrous, but Wade was a little better with his right hand.

(Agent X#2) - Outlaw was one of five mercs hired by the Culver Sport and Gun Club to compete in stealing the Punisher's guns (with Agent X, B-1, Bloc and the Scalpel). She and Agent X took out the other mercs, then Outlaw popped the tires on Taskmaster's car, leaving Alex without transportation as she left on the mission. Later, as Outlaw was about to snipe the Punisher, Agent X arrived and fought her. When the Punisher was gone, they stopped fighting and Outlaw took Alex to a cowboy bar and then to her apartment. Next morning, Outlaw cooked breakfast and the two agreed to go after Punisher together. They broke into his apartment, but he returned. The mercs explained what they'd been hired to do and Punisher took their weapons, clothes and car leaving them naked as he went to kill the Culver Sport and Gun Club.

(Agent X#3) - Outlaw went with Alex and Sandi to check out Alex's amusement park. Later the two were hired to protect a jewelry store that had been repeatedly robbed by the same criminals.

(Agent X#4) - Outlaw called Alex to tell him that the employer was pleased with their work.

(Agent X#5) - Outlaw removed a bullet from Alex's throat, then prepared for a fight with a host of goons hired by the Four Winds.

(Agent X#6) - Taskmaster, Outlaw and Agent X split up to fight the mercenaries. Outlaw ran into Crossfire and the two had a showdown that resulted in Crossfire being shot in the eye, but Outlaw was also hurt. She and the others continued to fight until the next morning when they were finally triumphant and went to a restaurant to wait until it would be safe to go to a hospital without being found.

(Agent X#7) - When Alex proposed that they all form a team together, Outlaw told him that her father was sick and she needed to go back to Texas, and so she couldn't join Agency X.

(Agent X#14) - Inez attended memorial services for her father, then decided to leave Texas. Arriving at Sandi's apartment she found nobody home, but saw evidence that Sandi and Alex had slept together.

(Agent X#15) - Outlaw arrived at Alpine Park in time to witness a fight between Deadpool and Agent X and the Black Swan. Just as Swan was winning, Outlaw jumped in to save them. Though she was angry with Alex, she helped the enact their plan to kill Swan. After that was done, she joined Agency X and went on vacation with them.

(X-Men II#179) - Following the events of "M-Day" in which many mutants lost their powers, Outlaw teamed up with fellow mutant Peeper, and journeyed to the Xavier Institute for help; along the way they were attacked by the Leper Queen of the Sapien League, but Outlaw managed to drive her off.

(X-Men: The 198 Files - BTS) - Outlaw was known to O.N.E. (Office of National Emergency) to be one of the few mutants that retained their powers after M-Day.

(X-Men: The 198#2) - Outlaw showed new arrival Magma around the 198 camp, introducing her to some of the other refugees, and explaining their history at the Institute.

(X-Men: The 198#3) - Outlaw supported Magma as she accused Empath of using his powers to toy with her emotions.

(Civil War: X-Men#1) - Outlaw participated in a riot led by Caliban against O*N*E* soldiers. But this was just a diversion until Domino and Shatterstar arrived to take down the Sentinels. The X-Men failed to stop them which led to the escape of Outlaw and other 198 members alongside Domino and Shatterstar in a cloaked aircraft.

(Civil War: X-Men#2 - BTS) - Outlaw and the other escapees arrived at a base in the Nevada Desert that became their new home.

(Civil War: X-Men#3) - Johnny D, who was taking orders from General Lazer, took over Outlaw and threatened to shoot Domino, but Domino's luck saved her from getting shot (Outlaw pulled the trigger, but the pistol didn't work) and Toad jumped her. Outlaw came to her senses again and wondered why Toad was over her. Soon afterwards General Lazer actvitated from his office a self-destruct protocol in the Nevada Desert base to kill everyone within it.

(Civil War: X-Men#4) - Outlaw wanted to know what was happening outside, but the Internet was down and all outside cameras were dead because all communication lines to the outside were closed. Outlaw sent everyone at the base's door away from it shortly before it was blown open by the combined efforts of Cyclops, Bishop, the Sentinel Squad and Iron Man. Outlaw and the other mutants left the base and were brought to safety by helicopters and Sentinels before the base detonated.

(Cable/Deadpool#38) - When Agent X was captured while on a mission in Pakistan against Hydra, Sandi and Outlaw recruited Deadpool and his friend Weasel to rescue him. At the time, Deadpool had been shrunk to miniature size, and his perspective of Sandi and Outlaw's breasts inspired him make lewd suggestions of how they could pay him back. Outlaw wasn't against the idea. While Deadpool was away, Outlaw and Sandi were captured by his enemy T-Ray.

(Cable/Deadpool#39) - Deadpool came to Outlaw and Sandi's rescue, and seemingly killed T-Ray. With Alex temporarily incapacitated by a Hydra-inflicted obesity, Deadpool was brought into Agency X to help them out, alongside Bob, former agent of Hydra.

(Cable/Deadpool#40) - Outlaw, Sandi, Deadpool, Bob and Agent X played a game of strip poker while they waited for Agency X's corporate jet to be prepared for a flight to Providence so that Deadpool could aid his sometimes-friend Cable. Outlaw wound up losing her top during the game.

(Cable/Deadpool#43) - Outlaw, Sandi, Deadpool, Bob and Agent X ran a briefing on the Hydra base in Pakistan, where Weasel was being (cooperatively) held prisoner.

(Cable/Deadpool#45) - After Deadpool and Bob disappeared through a temporal accident, Outlaw, Sandi and Agent X watched as Weasel worked on a device to help locate them. When Weasel proved unable to made the device work with his own resources, Outlaw and Sandi helped him enter the Baxter Building to work on their time machine, only to be discovered by the Fantastic Four.

(Cable/Deadpool#46) - After Deadpool and Bob were safely brought back, Outlaw and Sandi decided to stay behind at the Baxter Building and join the Thing and Human Torch in a poker game. Both ladies departed hanging off the Torch's arms.

(Cable/Deadpool#47) - After Dr. Strange had sent Deadpool on Bob on a mystical journey in search of T-Ray's soul, Outlaw joined Weasel, Sandi and Agent X in observing him in his trance-like state. When they realized that Strange was aware of their spying, they all ran away.

(Cable/Deadpool#49) - Outlaw, Sandi, Weasel and Bob watched as Deadpool and Agent X fought each other in "contract negotiations." Just then, Irene Merryweather arrived with a mission for Deadpool in the Savage Land and he set off with Weasel and Bob.

(Cable/Deadpool#50) - As a result of Deadpool's mission, Manhattan was overrun with symbiote-ized dinosaurs. Outlaw and Sandi asked Agent X if he would join them against the dinosaurs, but he refused, still behaving as a glutton. Outlaw and Sandi went into the fray and were soon aided by Agent X. After Deadpool rid Manhattan of the symbiotes he returned home to watch t.v. with Weasel, Irene, Sandi, Outlaw, Bob and Agent X. Outlaw and Sandi finally managed to convince Agent X to take up a diet and loose his excess weight.

Comments: Created by Gail Simone and Udon Studios (Alvin Lee, Rob Ross, Eric Vedder, A-Zero, TR2)

Outlaw's apartment was decorated with images of her ancestor the Outlaw Kid.

Outlaw's relationship to the Outlaw Kid was finally identified in X-Men: The 198 Files.

Outlaw wears a wig and Alex was not happy to learn that it wasn't the only thing she had that wasn't real.

by Patrick D Ryall and Prime Eternal

Outlaw should not be confused with:

Images taken from:
Deadpool III#67, page 8, panel 1
Agent X#2, page 26, panel 1
Agent X#14, page 3, panel 1

Deadpool III#65 (May, 2002) - Gail Simone (writer), UDON (artists), Mike Marts (editor)
Deadpool III#67 (July, 2002) - Gail Simone (writer), UDON (artists), Mike Marts (editor)
Agent X#1-7 (September, 2002 - March, 2003) - Gail Simone (writer), UDON (artists), Andrew Lis & Mike Marts (#1) (editors)
Agent X#14-15 (December, 2003) - Gail Simone (writer), UDON (artists), Marc Sumarek (editor) X-Men: The 198 Files (2006)
X-Men II#179 (February, 2006) - Peter Milligan (writer), Salvador Larroca (penciler), Danny Miki, Allen Martinez, Avalon Studios (inkers), Mike Marts (editor)
X-Men: The 198#2 (April, 2006) - David Hine (writer), Jim Muniz (penciler), Kevin Conrad (inker), Mike Marts (editor)
X-Men: The 198#3 (May, 2006) - David Hine (writer), Jim Muniz (penciler), Kevin Conrad (inker), Mike Marts (editor)
Civil War: X-Men#1-4 (September-December, 2006) - David Hine (writer), Yanick Paquette & Aaron Lopresti (#3) (pencils), Serge LaPointe & Jay Leisten (#3) (inks), Mike Marts (editor)
Cable/Deadpool#38 (May, 2007) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Reilly Brown (penciler), Jeremy Freeman, Pat Davidson (inkers), Nicole Boose (editor)
Cable/Deadpool#39 (June, 2007) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Ron Lim (penciler), Jeremy Freeman (inker), Nicole Boose (editor)
Cable/Deadpool#40 (July, 2007) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Reilly Brown (penciler), Jeremy Freeman (inker), Nicole Boose (editor)
Cable/Deadpool#43 (September, 2007) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Ron Lim (penciler), Jeremy Freeman (inker), Nicole Boose (editor)
Cable/Deadpool#45-46 (November-December, 2007) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Reilly Brown (penciler), Jeremy Freeman (inker), Nicole Boose (editor)
Cable/Deadpool#47 (January, 2008) - Fabian Nicieiza (writer), Ron Lim (penciler), Jeremy Freeman (inker), Nicole Boose (editor)
Cable/Deadpool#49 (March, 2008) - Fabian Nicieza (scripter), Reilly Brown (writer/penciler), Jeremy Freeman (inker), Nicole Boose (editor)
Cable/Deadpool#50 (April, 2008) - Fabian Nicieza (scripter), Reilly Brown (writer/penciler), Jeremy Freeman, Bob Almond (inkers), Nicole Boose (editor)

Last updated: 11/14/10

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