Real Name: Inapplicable

Identity/Class: Artificial intelligence

Occupation: Ophrah Industries robotic assistant;
formerly Ophrah Industries CEO, Taylor Foundation board member, assassin

Group Membership: Ophrah Industries (Adam, Dan, Gideon, Gideon of Earth-18352, Rob, others);
formerly the Taylor Foundation

Affiliations: Ophrah Industries (Dan, Gideon, Gideon of Earth-18352, Rob, others), the Taylor Foundation

Enemies: Armor (Hisako Ichiki), Cable (Nathan Summers), Emmanuel Da Costa, Doop, Longshot, Night Thrasher (Dwayne Taylor), Shatterstar (Gaveedra-Seven), X-23 (Laura Kinney)

Known Relatives: Inapplicable

Aliases: Eve Magdalene

Base of Operations: An Ophrah Industries building in the Black Canyon of the Gunnison, Colorado, USA;
formerly Ophrah Industries Administrative Offices, Denver, Colorado, USA

First Appearance: New Mutants I#98 (February, 1991)

Powers/Abilities: Eve existed as an artificial intelligence that could be placed in different robotic physical bodies. In each form, she could connect to computer systems and download information into her own cybernetic brain.

She was trained in the skills of an assassin, corporate CEO and board member.

Height: 7'5"; (original LMD body): 5'5" (by approximation)
Weight: 245 lbs.; (original LMD body): 130 lbs. (by approximation)
Eyes: White; (original LMD body): Blue
Hair: None; (original LMD body): Brown

History: (Night Thrasher: Four Control#3 (fb) - BTS) - Eve was a robotic Life Model Decoy (LMD) created by Gideon to act as one of Gideon's most trusted employees within his corporation, Ophrah Industries.

(New Mutants I#98 (fb) - BTS) - Eve was stationed within Da Costa International by Gideon, where she became close to its head, Emmanuel Da Costa.

(New Mutants I#98) - Following a training session, Gideon asked his assistant Adam what the agenda was for the day and if Ophrah Industries had someone in place to deal with Emmanuel Da Costa. Adam replied that they did and confirmed that Eve was in place to handle Emmanuel Da Costa, prompting Gideon to have Adam let Eve know to proceed as planned. That evening, Eve brought Emmanuel Da Costa his coffee and Emmanuel thanked her. Eve then smiled and walked away, her heels clicking on the floor, as Emmanuel drunk his poisoned coffee and died of a seeming heart attack. Once Emmanuel fell to the ground dead, Eve entered the doorway and viewed her handiwork.

(Night Thrasher: Four Control#3 (fb) - BTS) - Gideon had Eve installed as the CEO of his company, Ophrah Industries, under the alias of "Eve Magdalene" and even posed for a publicity photo with Ophrah owner, Gideon. In that guise, Eve also became a board member on the charitable Taylor Foundation.

(Night Thrasher: Four Control#3) - The vigilante Night Thrasher (secretly Taylor Foundation head Dwayne Taylor) broke into Eve's executive offices within the Ophrah Industries Administrative Offices in Denver, Colorado in an attempt to investigate Eve after learning she was a board member in his Taylor Foundation and that she answered to Gideon, whom Night Thrasher had encountered before with the New Warriors. Finding it odd that Eve's office housed no paper files or even a computer, Night Thrasher soon picked up the audio humm of a larger hard drive and left Eve's office to check it out, soon bypassing Ophrah's security systems to find an inert Eve wired into large computer banks. Realizing that "Eve Magdalene" was an actually an LMD created by Gideon, Night Thrasher determined that Eve must be either charging or upgrading and took that time to look over the data being fed into Eve before leaving a computer virus "time-bomb" inside Ophrah Industries' computer systems. When security appeared on the scene, Night Thrasher fled as security guards Dan and Rob arrived to see Eve hooked up to computers and promptly claimed they saw nothing. Later, Dwayne Taylor visited Ophrah Industries to see Ophrah's Evelyn Cranford replace Eve as a shareholders meeting between Ophrah and the Genetech firm, thinking to himself that Eve must have been out of commission due to his computer virus.

(Cable III#152 (fb) - BTS) - At some point, Eve met Cable. Following an attempt on Gideon's life by the long-lived mutant Selene, most of Gideon's Ophrah Industries was dissolved and Eve was tasked with watching over the nearly-dead Gideon, now surviving within a stasis tube. No longer requiring a human-like body while in seclusion, Eve's consciousness was projected into a robotic vessel and she watched over the last remaining Ophrah Industries building in the Black Canyon of the Gunnison, Colorado. Eventually, a future incarnation of Gideon from thousands of years in the future traveled into the past of Earth-616 and took up residence within the Ophrah Industries building as well.

(Cable III#152) - When a time-traveling future incarnation of Cable and his assembled team of allies arrived at the Ophrah Industries building to investigate Gideon's potential involvement in the death of other Externals, Eve greeted Cable in her robotic body and allowed Cable and his allies to view the decrepid Gideon in his stasis tube in an effort to prove to Cable that Gideon had no involvement with the Externals. Cable's ally X-23 quickly noticed tubes housing several captive telepaths and Eve assured her that the telepaths had volunteered to assist Gideon in exchange for great monetary compensation. Once inside Gideon's room, Eve explained that Gideon had not moved from that room since Selene's earlier attempt on his life and that no one had entered the Ophrah Industries building since. Eve then revealed that she had allowed Cable and his allies to enter Ophrah in an effort to cooperate, commenting that Ophrah had nothing to hide. When Cable opted to look around, Eve attempted to talk him out of it, claiming that she had cooperated and that Ophrah housed numerous trade secrets that would conflict with the interests of Ophrah's investors. Cable questioned what investors since Ophrah had been largely dormant for years but Eve repeated that they were secret and attempted to usher the heroes away until Cable touched something that lowered Gideon's stasis tube into a lower level of the building. Eve followed the heroes as they were confronted by the cybernetic Adam, who demanded the heroes leave or perish. Before Adam could attack, much to Eve's dismay, Gideon (actually the future Earth-18352 counterpart, who had spent thousands of years traveling his desolate with his own Eve counterpart) appeared alive and ordered Cable and his allies to leave. As Eve watched, Gideon soon unleashed some of his captive telepaths against the heroes but when Adam was sliced apart by X-23, Eve ran, catching Adam's severed head mid-fall.

(Cable III#153) - While Earth-18352's Gideon unleashed futuristic mutates against Cable and his allies, Eve visited Earth-616 Gideon's stasis tube and opened it, welcoming the gaunt and skeletal Gideon back.

Comments: Created by Rob Liefeld and Fabian Nicieza.

BIG thanks to writer Ed Brisson for confirming that Eve-18352 revived Gideon-18352 circa the 5300s!!

Profile by Proto-Man.

 Eve has no known connections to:

Eve of Earth-18352

Earth-18352's Eve was much like her Earth-616 counterpart. After releasing Gideon from his stasis tube in circa the 5300s, a world-traveling Eve encountered desert mutates alongside Gideon circa 5352 A.D. By 5361 A.D., Eve and Gideon were accompanied by the mutates and stumbled across an abandoned X-Mansion in Central Park. Once inside, Gideon ordered Eve to search for supplies while he stumbled into Cable's former cybernetic arm, using it to travel back to Earth-616's past.

Eve could sense nearby lifeforms.

--Cable III#153

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Cable III#152, p6, pan3 (Eve, main image)
Cable III#152, p7, pan3 (Eve, headshot)
New Mutants I#98, p9, pan2 (Eve, in original body, bringing coffee to Emmanuel Da Costa)
Night Thrasher: Four Control#3, p5, pan1 (Eve as "Eve Magdalene")
Cable III#153, p3, pan1 (Eve of Earth-18352)

New Mutants I#98 (February, 1991) - Rob Liefeld (plot, art), Fabian Nicieza (script), Bob Harras (editor)
Night Thrasher: Four Control#3 (December, 1992) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Dave Hoover (pencils, inks), Jimmy Palmiotti, Don Hudson, Keith Williams (inks), Rob Tokar (editor)
Cable III#152 (February, 2018) - Ed Brisson (writer), Jon Malin (art), Darren Shan, Mark Paniccia (editors)
Cable III#153 (March, 2018) - Ed Brisson (writer), Jon Malin (art), Darren Shan (editor)

First Posted: 02/24/2019
Last updated: 02/24/2019

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