Real Name: Sirio-10 

Identity/Class: Extradimensional / Alternate Reality (Earth-20022) android 

Occupation: Adventurer 

Group Membership: Avengers-20022

Affiliations: Aníbal Gris, Avengers of multiple realities (including Reality-616, 776, 982, 9602, 9811, 9930 ("Killraven's Avengers), 9997, 86501, 98120, 730784), Drac de Ferro, Fastial, Libra-616 (Gustav Brandt), Kang the Conqueror, Rick Jones-616, Rick Jones-98120, Trueno (Miguel Angel Roldán)

Enemies: Avengers of multiple realities (including Reality-689, 8410, 9105, 99315), Death's Head (Minion), Espina, Immortus, Sloth, Time-Keepers (Ast, Vort, Zanth) 

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: Unrevealed (Reality-20022)

First Appearance: Aníbal Gris#1 (May 1996);
    (Marvel) Avengers Forever#12 (February 2000) 

Powers/Abilities: Sirio-10 possesses a variety of enhanced senses and in-built analysis systems, allowing him to act as an instant forensics lab. He can see in infrared. His android body presumably makes him stronger, faster and more durable than a normal human

Height: Unrevealed
Weight: Unrevealed
Eyes: Unrevealed (or red/gray, if the goggles are his eyes)
Hair: None (or unrevealed)

(Aníbal Gris#1-3) - The android Sirio-10 worked alongside space pilot Colonel Aníbal Gris and the giant metahuman Fastial to recover a quantity of stolen Diamita-D, the hardest substance known to man, which had been stolen by the crimelord Espina ("Thorn") and could threaten the world in the wrong hands.

(Avengers Forever#11 (fb) - BTS) - At some point Sirio-10 joined his reality's Avengers.

(Avengers Forever#11 - BTS) - Sirio-10 was among the Avengers from timelines "that didn't go sour" summoned to the Citadel at the End of Time by the combined Destiny Force powers of Rick Jones-616 and 98120 to oppose Immortus, the Time-Keepers, and their army of Avengers from evil timelines.

(Avengers Forever#12) - Sirio-10 joined the battle to save all of history, battling Captain Ultra, until Captain America-616 destroyed the Forever Crystal, returning all the summoned Avengers back to their own realities.

Comments: Created by Jesús Merino.

   Sirio-10 originally appeared in the Spanish comic Aníbal Gris, published by Planeta's Laberinto imprint. His creator Jesús Merino was the inker on Avengers Forever, and the artist Carlos Pacheco had worked with Merino on Laberinto titles, so one of them presumably was responsible for sneaking a cameo for Sirio-10 into the mass crowd scene of alternate reality Avengers in the series' climactic battle. As a fan of comics from around the world, I absolutely love stuff like this!

   I wasn't initially sure that it was Sirio-10 in Avengers Forever; as you can see by comparing the top image and the one to the left, the coloring doesn't match, and we don't see enough of the outfit worn in Avengers Forever to be sure it matches the one from Aníbal Gris, but then I noticed the image on the right, and there's no mistaking those distinctive goggles. I guess the Avengers version has a different color scheme from the Laberinto one - or, in the real world, the colorist just didn't know the correct colors, entirely likely if he wasn't aware who the cameo was, which seems probably given the sheer number of obscure characters making cameos in Avengers Forever#12. 

   Normally I'd approximate his height and weight by comparing him to another character whose height had been established, but that single panel in Avengers Forever#12 provides no useful reference, and I'm not aware of anybody that he appears alongside in his Spanish appearances having an established height and weight (if that changes, I'll update or correct the profile). Given he's an android, the goggles he wears might actually be his eyes, in which case they are either red (if we go with Laberinto coloring) or white (Avengers Forever coloring).

   The Avengers Index's entry for Avengers Forever#12 identifies Sirio-10 only as one of "2 Spanish heroes" (the other being Drac de Ferro), noting "Carlos Pacheco again includes characters resembling those he drew for Spanish comics amongst the crowd scenes." This wasn't entirely accurate, as Sirio-10 was drawn for Spanish comics by Merino; in terms of the vague identification, the Index did know who he was, but had to hedge round explicit identification because of potential copyright concerns.

   ASSumptions for this profile:

Profile by Loki.

Sirio-10 has no known connections to:

images: (without ads)
Avengers Forever#12, p4, pan 1 (main image)
Aníbal Gris#1, cover (Laberinto image)
Aníbal Gris#2, p4, pan 1 (goggle headshot)

Aníbal Gris#1-3 (May-July 1996) - Jesús Merino (writer and artist), Antoni Guiral (editor)
Avengers Forever#11-12 (November 1999-February 2000) - Kurt Busiek and Roger Stern (writers), Carlos Pacheco (pencils), Jesús Merino (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)

First Posted: 01/19/2019
Last updated: 01/19/2019

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