Real Name: Unrevealed

Identity/Class: Fringe character, possible human technology user (see comments)

Occupation: Super hero

Group Membership: None

Affiliations: None

Enemies: Axe Guy, Doctor Wacko, the Giant

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: Unrevealed

First Appearance: Spider-Man Magazine I#2 (June, 1994)

Powers/Abilities: Bullet Man has superhuman strength equivalent to the force used when a bullet is fired from a gun. Using his back-mounted energy pack, Bullet Man is capable of flying at speeds up to 1,000 miles per hour.

Bullet Man also carries a handgun-sized blowtorch that he occasionally wields in battle.

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

History: (Spider-Man Magazine I#2) - Becoming a super hero using his energy pack to fly, the armored Bullet Man became the enemy of criminals Axe Guy, Doctor Wacko and the Giant.

Comments: Created by Jacob Platt and Nick Franklin.

Bullet Man was a product of the 1994 Spider-Man Magazine's Create Your Own Super Hero or Super-Villain section that ran in each issue of the magazine. He was created by the (then) 9-year old Jacob Platt and 10-year old Nick Franklin, both of whom hailed from Maplewood, New Jersey. As such, there is no evidence to support whether the characters mentioned in this profile are native to reality-616 or some other reality...however, there is also no evidence to say the do not exist in reality-616 either...

Bullet Man's origin was not revealed so it was never stated if his superhuman strength came from inherent mutant or Inhuman powers or a mutation. Given that his flight powers came from the energy pack he wore on his back, it seems likely that Bullet Man's strength came from the armored suit he wore, not unlike how Iron Man's armor gives him superhuman strength.

Bullet Man's height, weight, eyes and hair color were impossible to determine, as he was never seen next to a character whose height and weight had been officially determined and in his only appearance, he was not seen outside of his armor, preventing his eyes and hair from being seen.

Profile by Proto-Man.

Bullet Man has no known connections to:

Axe Guy

Axe Guy was a known enemy of Bullet Man.

--Spider-Man Magazine I#2 - BTS

Doctor Wacko

Doctor Wacko was a known enemy of Bullet Man.

--Spider-Man Magazine I#2 - BTS

The Giant

The Giant was a known enemy of Bullet Man.

--Spider-Man Magazine I#2 - BTS

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Spider-Man Magazine I#2, p13, splash page (Bullet Man, main image)

Spider-Man Magazine I#2 (June, 1994) - "Create Your Own Super Hero or Super-Villain: Bullet Man" - Jacob Platt, Nick Franklin (writers, art), Michael Teitelbaum (editor)

First Posted: 11/02/2019
Last updated: 11/02/2019

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