Real Name: Akayama (first name unrevealed)

Identity/Class: Human;
    Madripoor native/citizen

Occupation: Apparently some form of human trafficking

Group Membership: No organization mentioned

Affiliations: Formerly an unspecified mutant

Enemies: Unspecified mutant

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: Madripoor

First AppearanceX-Men: Watchers on the Walls (May, 2006)

Powers/Abilities: Mr. Akayama had some experience with guns.

Height: Unrevealed
Weight: Unrevealed
Eyes: Unrevealed
Hair: Unrevealed

(X-Men: Watchers on the Walls: Chapter 17: Extraterritorial (fb) - BTS) - Mr. Akayama had some sort of human trafficking operation or perhaps just employed prostitutes. An unidentified, non-human-appearing mutant "got him some girls."

(X-Men: Watchers on the Walls: Chapter 17: Extraterritorial - BTS) - During a worldwide search for alien Chlorite infiltrators, Madripoor refused to allow Sentinels into their nation, but Sentinels and Imperial Guardsmen entered anyway. When Madripoor's troops attacked the Sentinels, Diascar ships, led by Taforne, entered their airspace and helped quickly take down the opposition.
    Meanwhile, some natives -- including Akayama -- tried to comply and aid the investigation by gathering up obvious mutants (as well as some questionable mutants) and holding them at gunpoint. 

(X-Men: Watchers on the Walls: Chapter 17: Extraterritorial) - One of the mutants, begged his captor, Mr. Akayama, to free him (or her), reminding him how he or she had gotten Akayama "those girls." Akayama responded by striking the mutant with the butt of his weapon, causing the mutant to collapse, unconscious and heavily bleeding. Taking advantage of the distraction, another mutant released a burst of strobe lights, and that mutant and others tried to flee. 

    As Taforne instructed the Sentinels to detain the mutants, Akayama fired on the mutants, leading Quicksilver to rush to the mutant's rescue. Ultimately, the Sentinels allowed a mutant to perish under gunfire as they captured two other mutants, as this met their primary goal of preventing mutant escape. 

    Quicksilver subsequently turned against the Sentinels, but was captured by the Sentinels. 

Comments: Created by Christopher L. Bennett.

Profile by Snood.

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X-Men: Watchers on the Walls (May, 2006) - Christopher L. Bennett (writer)

Last updated: 09/11/17

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