Real Name: Unrevealed

Identity/Class: Human technology user (Earth-6023)

Occupation: Professional criminal

Group Membership: None

Affiliations: None

Enemies: Doctor Rocket, Kid Glove, Knight Man, She-Hulk, Southpaw (of Earth-6023), Time Variance Authority, various heroes pulled from time stream.

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: "Justice Most-Dangerous-Man-in-the-Universe"

Base of Operations: Earth-6023

First Appearance: She-Hulk II#3 (February, 2006)

Powers/Abilities: Clockwise's armor is fueld by power cubes, and can teleport him and other beings through time. It can read time-signatures, and has a built-in holographic projector.


(She-Hulk II#3) - Clockwise was in the middle of a battle with Southpaw and Kid Glove, using dinosaurs he had pulled from the past, when the Time-Variance Authority teleported Southpaw away so that she could represent Earth-616's She-Hulk in a time-trial. Clockwise was intrigued by the time-signature left behind by the teleportation, locked onto its frequency and followed it. He arrived in the TVA's base, where he used his hologram projector to take on the appearance of one of the Justices. He watched as She-Hulk went through her trial, and when it was ruled that She-Hulk was to be erased from existence using a Retroactive Cannon (a Ret-Can), Clockwise seized the weapon, revealing his true self. He started blasting many of the heroes pulled through time to attend the trial, including Dr. Rocket and Knight Man, wiping them both out of existence. Justice Love managed to scramble the rest of the heroes' synch in the timeframe, but Clockwise still took out several TVA members. She-Hulk confronted him with a paradox: Blast her, and she would be erased from history, which meant that he never would have had a way/reason to invade the TVA. While he tried to figure the paradox out, She-Hulk kicked him the face. Clockwise was taken away to a TVA jail cell.

Comments: Created by Dan Slott, Rick Pelletier, Rick Magyar, Juan Bobillo and Marcelo Sosa.

Profile by Madison Carter.

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She-Hulk II#3, page 7, panel 4
She-Hulk II#3, page 6, panel 1

Other Appearances:
She-Hulk II#3 (February, 2006) - Dan Slott (writer), Juan Bobillo & Paul Pelletier (pencilers), Marcelo Sosa & Rick Magyar (inkers), Tom Brevoort (editor)

Last updated: 10/23/07

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