Real Name: Unarmed Training Automaton 110 (see comments)

Identity/Class: Terrestrial android

Occupation: Former vigilante (see comments)

Group Membership: Anti-Registration Undergound (Attacker/Richard Taine, Awe-Striker/Cecily Johnson, Basic Black/Norman Gentry, Battlestar/Lemar Hoskins, Brain Spasm/Dennis Hoxie, Canasta/Henry Cavanaugh, Captain Kinship/Edward Randlebuck, Dahntu/Charles Luc Phan, Freeware/Kurt Duryea, Gladiatrix/Robin Braxton, Green Guardswoman/Natalie Bell, Harbormaster/Sean Beckett, Haunter/Mark Runnemyer, Human Haze/Steve Cochrane, Iguanid/Tom Boldstep, Johnny Justice/Jonadab Megyscol, Kruzado/Dorothy Cardoza, Lawman/Leon Frankfurt, Leather Angel/Andrew Mussawyr, Masked Rose/Josie Tyler, Natural/Beru Addison, Network/Valerie Martin, Orange Crusher/Andy Gardner, Panthrax/Alex Mitchell, Peace-Lover/Barry Kanczeski, Qiblah/Jared Nelson, Saint Hildegard/Sonya van Jagt, Scorecard/Bill Merrick, Skybolt/Zack Zimmerman, Solo/James Bourne, Spaceheat/Charles Yaméogo, Staten Island Star/Russell Feldman, Stone-Tough/Ted Pendleton, Tosser/Ferris Hartke, Typeface/Gordon Thomas, U.S. Annie/Harriet Best, Warbug/Bernard Van Buren, Winter Woman/Angela Stover, Xantippe/Mandy Atkinson, Zapster/Langley Saint-Margaret, others); see comments

Affiliations: See comments

Enemies: (At least formerly) S.H.I.E.L.D. and its "Cape-Killers"
    see comments

Known Relatives: See comments

AliasesSee comments

Base of Operations: Unrevealed;
    at least previously a detention facility
    previously an unidentified Anti-Registration Underground safehouse in Manhattan, New York
    see comments

First Appearance: (Unidentified) Civil War: Front Line#4 (2006);
   (identified) Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z hardcover#14 (2010)

Powers/AbilitiesSee comments

Height: Unrevealed (approximately 5'10 1/2"; see comments)
Unrevealed (approximately 150 lbs.; see comments)
Eyes: Unrevealed (see comments)
Hair: Black

History: See comments.

(Civil War: Front Line#4 (fb) - BTS / Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z hardcover#14: Anti-Registration Underground (fb) - BTS) - Following the Stamford disaster, where hundreds had perished during a battle between New Warriors and four Raft escapees, Iron Man (Tony Stark), Mr. Fantastic (Reed Richards) and others worked with US officials to develop the Superhuman Registration Act (SHRA), outlawing any crimefighting activities by unregistered super heroes. 

    Vigilante Typeface, although his identity was already known, resolved to fight a perceived assault on freedom, and he organized an Anti-Registration Underground, beginning with ex-government operative Battlestar and anti-terrorist Solo, to support super heroes who continued fighting crime without SHRA approval. Their ranks were soon supplemented by mystic-armored Freeware; bodysuit-enhanced Green Guardswoman; Masked Rose, leader of super-team TJAW (Truth, Justice, and the American Way), empowered by accidental mutant blood exposure; exoskeleton-empowered Network; and cyborg Skybolt. Via a covert interview with Alternative reporter Sally Floyd, ARU members publicized their perspective, and several other anti-registration heroes joined, including android All-Out.

(Civil War: Front Line#4) - All-Out was present with the ARU when S.H.I.E.L.D. raided the ARU's safehouse and arrested most of its members, including All-Out.

    As the ARU members debated whether to seek and join Captain America (Steve Rogers)’s Secret Avengers, a better organized and equipped anti- SHRA unit, or to remain independent. Armored S.H.I.E.L.D. Cape-Killers, accompanied by Iron Man, Ms. Marvel (Carol Danvers), Wonder Man (Simon Williams) and at least ten unidentified flying heroes, raided the base. Caught by surprise, few ARU members managed to effectively fight back against their more powerful and organized opponents. Although S.H.I.E.L.D. captured over 40 members, Awe-Striker, Canasta, Dahntu, Green Guardswoman, Harbormaster and Tosser evaded capture, as did Masked Rose, who had been absent seeking new recruits. 

(Civil War: Front Line#5/2 - BTS) - ARU prisoners, such as Typeface, were seen being sent to the Prison 42.

(Civil War#6 - BTS) - The Secret Avengers and the Superhuman Registration Act resistance arrived at Prison 42 to free the prisoners.

(Civil War#7/Amazing Spider-Man I#538/Civil War: Front Line#10-#11 - BTS) - The Secret Avengers penetrated Prison 42, freeing many prisoners. When the combined anti-registration forces were confronted by Iron Man’s pro-registration forces, Secret Avenger Cloak (Tyrone Johnson) teleported both groups to Manhattan. Freed ARU prisoners took part in the battle between the pro and anti-registration heroes, spanning from the Negative Zone prison to the streets of New York. In the ensuing battle, which caused severe damage, the Thunderbolts’ Venom (Mac Gargan) apparently killed Typeface. Other fatalities may also have occurred. Following Captain America’s surrender to forestall further civilian risk, Battlestar and possibly others avoided recapture.

    The government offered amnesty in return for registration. Although Gladiatrix rejected the offer, Network registered under the 50 States Initiative, while Solo also registered but pursued independent interests. Presumably additional ARU members followed Gladiatrix’s example, others followed Network’s or Solo’s, and still more remained at large.

Comments: Created by Paul Jenkins, Sean Chen, Rick Magyar;
    Codename, real name, and nature provided by Ronald Byrd

   During the production of the Civil War: Battle Damage Report (2007) writer Paul Jenkins provided Ronald with authorization to provide identities, real names for the various background Anti-Registration Underground characters, and to flesh them out as much as he wanted. Ronald provided identities and real names for the Anti-Registration Underground entry in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z hardcover#14 (2010). There wasn't room to provide much more than that in that entry. However, Ronald had backgrounds and histories in mind for these characters when he provided their names. While the information is unofficial until it sees print, here is the full story behind All-Out:

REAL NAME: Unarmed Training Automaton 110, aka UTA-110
ALIASES: Strong Silent Type, Kung Fu Guy, "Ootie," Fightroid
IDENTITY: No dual identity, although few are aware of his android nature
OCCUPATION: Adventurer; part-time employment as dock worker, escort, janitor, messenger, mover, others; former exercise combatant
PLACE OF BIRTH: Hydra facility in Mason City, Iowa
KNOWN RELATIVES: At least 109 additional Unarmed Training Automata ("siblings")
GROUP AFFILIATION: TJAW; formerly Anti-Registration Underground, formerly Hydra
EDUCATION: Detailed combat programming, extensive self-education
FIRST APPEARANCE: Civil War: Front Line#4 (2006)

HISTORY: Unarmed Training Automaton 110, or UTA-110, was one of over a hundred androids created by the terrorist organization Hydra for use in the combat training of its field operatives. By apparent chance, he developed sentience, and when several UTAs were shipped to a New York base, he escaped; the overseeing agents falsified data to conceal UTA-110's existence and were subsequently killed for unrelated misconduct, leaving no one at Hydra aware of UTA-110's existence or escape. In New York, the taciturn but amiable UTA-110 sought purpose. Since he never tired and thus had no need for lodging, he often performed three or more jobs within a single 24-hour period, befriending several co-workers in the process. Soon deciding to try his hand at crimefighting, he developed a codename by rearranging the letters and numbers of his designation, "U-T-A-1-1-0," to spell "A-1-1-0-U-T," or "All-Out." Eventually he joined TJAW (Truth, Justice, and the American Way), a minor super-team organized by the Masked Rose.

Following the passage of the Superhuman Registration Act (SHRA), All-Out declined to register out of uncertainty regarding the civil rights of androids such as himself. Eventually, he and his fellow TJAW members were recruited into Typeface's Anti-Registration Underground, and All-Out was present when SHIELD raided the ARU's safehouse and arrested most of its members, including All-Out. Whether or not he remains in government custody is unrevealed.

HEIGHT: 5'10 1/2" WEIGHT: 150 lbs.
EYES: Black HAIR: Black

ABILITIES/ACCESSORIES: Despite his android nature, All-Out is no stronger than a non-powered human of his apparent age, height, and build who engages in intensive regular exercise; however, he is an extraordinary acrobat, athlete, and hand-to-hand combatant. His programming allows him to access at least a working knowledge of most types of weaponry, and his skill with a given weapon increases in direct proportion to the length of time he uses it. He is not susceptible to fatigue, pain, or most human necessities, although he is programmed to automatically render himself incapacitated in any situation which would asphyxiate a human being. He is empowered via the absorption of any form of ambient light, which his system automatically converts to energy and stores in internal batteries whose functions do not themselves depend upon the presence of light, guaranteeing that All-Out's abilities are unaffected by night or artificial darkness; he would have to remain in total darkness for over a month before his power source demonstrated even infinitesimal reductions.

    This profile was completed 9/6/2021, but its publication was delayed as it was intended for the Appendix 20th anniversary 's celebratory event.

Profile by Ronald Byrd, Snood, and Multi-Tasking Mike Fichera.

All-Out should be distinguished from:

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Civil War: Front Line#4, page 32, panel 1

Civil War: Front Line#3/1 - BTS (September, 2006) - Paul Jenkins (writer), Ramon Bachs (penciler), John Lucas (iniker), Cory Sedlmeier (editor)
Civil War: Front Line#4/1 - BTS (September, 2006) - Paul Jenkins (writer), Ramon Bachs (penciler), John Lucas (iniker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Civil War: Front Line#4/3 (September, 2006) - Paul Jenkins (writer), Sean Chen (penciler), Rick Magyar (iniker), Molly Lazer, Aubrey Sitterson (assistant editors), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Civil War: Front Line#5/2 - BTS (October, 2006) - Paul Jenkins (writer), Steve Lieber (artist), Molly Lazer, Aubrey Sitterson (assistant editors), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Civil War#6 -BTS (December, 2006) - Mark Millar (writer), Steve McNiven (pencils), Dexter Vines (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Civil War#7 -BTS (January, 2007) - Mark Millar (writer), Steve McNiven (pencils), Dexter Vines, John Dell & Tim Townsend (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z hardcover#14 (June, 2010) - Jeff Christiansen & Mike Fichera (head writers/coordinators), Markus Raymond & Mike O'Sullivan (coordination assistants), Stuart Vandal, Sean McQuad, Michael Hoskin, Ronald Byrd, Markus Raymond, Mike O'Sullivan, Madison Carter, Kevin Garcia, Gabriel Shechter, Jacob Rougemont, Rob London, Rich Green, Chris Biggs, David Wiltfong, Jeph York, Mark O'English, & Mike Gagnon (writers), John Denning (associate editor), Alex Starbuck (assistant editor), Thedore Kutt (copy editor), Mark D. Beazley (editor, special projects), Jeff Youngquist & Jennifer Grunwald (editor)

First posted09/17/2021
Last updated: 11/12/2021

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