SANDORR'S HUNTERS

Membership: Cordon, Linga, Mistur, Mud-Ah, Sandorr

Purpose: To collect bounties

Affiliations: Shi'ar race

Enemies: Fantastic Four (Invisible Woman, Mister Fantastic, Thing), Inhumans (Black Bolt, Gorgon, Karnak, Medusa, Triton)

Base of Operations: Unrevealed

First Appearance: Fantastic Four III#51 (March, 2002)

History:

(Fantastic Four III#51 (fb) - BTS) - Sandorr, a deadly bounty hunter from an unrevealed alien race, assembled others to form his Hunters. He included Cordon (a Rigellian), Linga (of the Kree), Mistur (a Chameleoid), and Mud-Ah (of the Badoon). Sandorr's Hunters were hired by the Shi'ar to kill the royal family of the Inhumans (Black Bolt, Gorgon, Karnak, Medusa, Triton).

(Fantastic Four III#51) - Sandorr's Hunters tracked the guilty Inhumans to Earth, where they attacked them in New York at the Baxter Building. They sent forth a Theta-beam to kill the Inhumans, but it was blocked by the Invisible Woman, who, with her husband Mister Fantastic and her ally the Thing, was hosting the Inhumans. Cordon teleported down from their ship, where Sandorr assigned them to various targets. Linga immediately fired an eye-beam at the Inhumans, scattering them. Thing leaped at Mud-Ah while Cordon evaded Mister Fantastic. Mistur turned into a beast and leapt at Gorgon, who knocked him back down with a hoof earthquake. Black Bolt attacked Sandorr, his energy staff glowing, while Linga hit Mr. Fantastic with her power staff. Medusa threw Linga into the Invisible Woman's forcefield. Karnak tried shattering Cordon's armor, but there were no flaws so the blow hurt Karnak's hand. Thing tossed Mud-Ah into Cordon while Linga batted Triton aside. Cordon advised that they leave, as the Fantastic Four was not part of their initial plans, and Sandorr agreed. They left Mistur behind because he was out of range of their teleport beam. The others were upset over this, but Mistur remained on Earth. An anti-alien defense satellite prototype shot Sandorr's spaceship as the group was fleeing Earth and destroyed it. (see comments) Mistur hid as a piece of rubble for a time, but was apprehended by two Guardsmen, whose scanners showed he was a shapeshifter. They shot him down and put him in power-inhibitors, also equipping him with a universal translator in the Vault. There, he was questioned by Senso, who soon had the Guardsmen kill him.

Comments: Created by Carlos Pacheco, Rafael Marin, Karl Kesel, Mark Bagley, and Al Vey.

Sandorr looks like he is Brood to me - or, at least, someone infected by a Brood egg who has only partially transformed for whatever reason.
   I suspect Linga is a cyborg. If her extending arm was just a gadget, why not put a matching one on the other arm?
   Unless Sandorr and his group teleported off their ship (not impossible), they are presumably dead.
--Loki

Profile by Chadman.

CLARIFICATIONS:
Sandorr's Hunters have no known connections to


Sandorr

(Fantastic Four III#51 (fb) - BTS) - Sandorr, a deadly bounty hunter from an unrevealed alien race, assembled others to form his Hunters. He included Cordon (a Rigellian), Linga (of the Kree), Mistur (a Chameleoid), and Mud-Ah (of the Badoon). Sandorr's Hunters were hired by the Shi'ar to kill the royal family of the Inhumans (Black Bolt, Gorgon, Karnak, Medusa, Triton).

(Fantastic Four III#51) - Sandorr's Hunters tracked the guilty Inhumans to Earth, where they attacked them in New York at the Baxter Building. They sent forth a Theta-beam to kill the Inhumans, but it was blocked by the Invisible Woman, who, with her husband Mister Fantastic and her ally the Thing, was hosting the Inhumans. Cordon teleported down from their ship, where Sandorr assigned them to various targets. Black Bolt attacked Sandorr, his energy staff glowing. Soon, Cordon advised that they leave, as the Fantastic Four was not part of their initial plans, and Sandorr agreed. They left Mistur behind because he was out of range of their teleport beam. He allegedly died when an anti-alien defense satellite prototype shot and destroyed their spaceship as the group was fleeing Earth.

Sandorr has sharp teeth and claws and a reptilian skin. He possesses a starship, which has Theta-beams among its armament, and a power rod with unknown capabilities.

--Fantastic Four III#51 (Fantastic Four III#51 (fb) - BTS, 51




Cordon

(Fantastic Four III#51 (fb) - BTS) - Sandorr, a deadly bounty hunter from an unrevealed alien race, assembled others to form his Hunters. He included Cordon (a Rigellian), Linga (of the Kree), Mistur (a Chameleoid), and Mud-Ah (of the Badoon). Sandorr's Hunters were hired by the Shi'ar to kill the royal family of the Inhumans (Black Bolt, Gorgon, Karnak, Medusa, Triton).

(Fantastic Four III#51) - Sandorr's Hunters tracked the guilty Inhumans to Earth, where they attacked them in New York at the Baxter Building. They sent forth a Theta-beam to kill the Inhumans, but it was blocked by the Invisible Woman, who, with her husband Mister Fantastic and her ally the Thing, was hosting the Inhumans. Cordon teleported down from their ship, where Sandorr assigned them to various targets. Cordon narrowly evaded Mister Fantastic before Karnak tried shattering Cordon's armor, but there were no flaws so the blow hurt Karnak's hand. Thing tossed Mud-Ah into Cordon, knocking them both down. Cordon advised that they leave, as the Fantastic Four was not part of their initial plans, and Sandorr agreed. They left Mistur behind because he was out of range of their teleport beam. He allegedly died when an anti-alien defense satellite prototype shot and destroyed their spaceship as the group was fleeing Earth.

Cordon is a member of the Rigellian race, utilizing technology to teleport himself and his teammates and to analyze data and probabilities.

--Fantastic Four III#51 (Fantastic Four III#51 (fb) - BTS, 51





Linga

(Fantastic Four III#51 (fb) - BTS) - Sandorr, a deadly bounty hunter from an unrevealed alien race, assembled others to form his Hunters. He included Cordon (a Rigellian), Linga (of the Kree), Mistur (a Chameleoid), and Mud-Ah (of the Badoon). Sandorr's Hunters were hired by the Shi'ar to kill the royal family of the Inhumans (Black Bolt, Gorgon, Karnak, Medusa, Triton).

(Fantastic Four III#51) - Sandorr's Hunters tracked the guilty Inhumans to Earth, where they attacked them in New York at the Baxter Building. They sent forth a Theta-beam to kill the Inhumans, but it was blocked by the Invisible Woman, who, with her husband Mister Fantastic and her ally the Thing, was hosting the Inhumans. Cordon teleported down from their ship, where Sandorr assigned them to various targets. Linga immediately fired an eye-beam at the Inhumans, scattering them. Linga hit Mr. Fantastic with her power staff, then Medusa threw Linga into the Invisible Woman's forcefield. Cordon advised that they leave, as the Fantastic Four was not part of their initial plans, and Sandorr agreed. They left Mistur behind because he was out of range of their teleport beam. She allegedly died when an anti-alien defense satellite prototype shot and destroyed their spaceship as the group was fleeing Earth.

Linga is a member of the Kree race, utilizing technology to extend her limbs and allowing her to fire eye blasts from her left eye. She also carried a glowing power staff, its capabilities unknown.

--Fantastic Four III#51 (Fantastic Four III#51 (fb) - BTS, 51


Mistur

(Fantastic Four III#51 (fb) - BTS) - Sandorr, a deadly bounty hunter from an unrevealed alien race, assembled others to form his Hunters. He included Cordon (a Rigellian), Linga (of the Kree), Mistur (a Chameleoid), and Mud-Ah (of the Badoon). Sandorr's Hunters were hired by the Shi'ar to kill the royal family of the Inhumans (Black Bolt, Gorgon, Karnak, Medusa, Triton).

(Fantastic Four III#51) - Sandorr's Hunters tracked the guilty Inhumans to Earth, where they attacked them in New York at the Baxter Building. They sent forth a Theta-beam to kill the Inhumans, but it was blocked by the Invisible Woman, who, with her husband Mister Fantastic and her ally the Thing, was hosting the Inhumans. Cordon teleported down from their ship, where Sandorr assigned them to various targets. Mistur turned into a beast and leapt at Gorgon, who knocked him back down with a hoof earthquake. Soon, Cordon advised that they leave, as the Fantastic Four was not part of their initial plans, and Sandorr agreed. They left Mistur behind because he was out of range of their teleport beam. Mistur hid as a piece of rubble for a time, but was apprehended by two Guardsmen, whose scanners showed he was a shapeshifter. They shot him down and put him in power-inhibitors, also equipping him with a universal translator in the Vault. There, he was questioned by Senso, who soon had the Guardsmen kill him.

Mistur was a member of the Chameleoid race, capable of shape-shifting into the forms of other creatures, adopting those creatures' abilities when he did so.

--Fantastic Four III#51 (Fantastic Four III#51 (fb) - BTS, 51


Mud-Ah

(Fantastic Four III#51 (fb) - BTS) - Sandorr, a deadly bounty hunter from an unrevealed alien race, assembled others to form his Hunters. He included Cordon (a Rigellian), Linga (of the Kree), Mistur (a Chameleoid), and Mud-Ah (of the Badoon). Sandorr's Hunters were hired by the Shi'ar to kill the royal family of the Inhumans (Black Bolt, Gorgon, Karnak, Medusa, Triton).

(Fantastic Four III#51) - Sandorr's Hunters tracked the guilty Inhumans to Earth, where they attacked them in New York at the Baxter Building. They sent forth a Theta-beam to kill the Inhumans, but it was blocked by the Invisible Woman, who, with her husband Mister Fantastic and her ally the Thing, was hosting the Inhumans. Cordon teleported down from their ship, where Sandorr assigned them to various targets. Thing leaped at Mud-Ah, but the hero soon tossed Mud-Ah into Cordon. Cordon advised that they leave, as the Fantastic Four was not part of their initial plans, and Sandorr agreed. They left Mistur behind because he was out of range of their teleport beam. He allegedly died when an anti-alien defense satellite prototype shot and destroyed their spaceship as the group was fleeing Earth.

Mud-Ah is a member of the Badoon race, possessing enhanced strength and the other gifts granted his race.

--Fantastic Four III#51 (Fantastic Four III#51 (fb) - BTS, 51






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Fantastic Four III#51, p13, pan4 (all)


Appearances:
Fantastic Four III#51 (March, 2002) - Carlos Pacheco, Rafael Marin, Karl Kesel (writers), Mark Bagley (penciler), Karl Kesel, Al Vey (inkers), Tom Brevoort (editor)


Last updated: 02/03/08.

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