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Real Name: Frank Bohannan

Identity/Class: Human mutant, citizen of the United States
           (World War II era to modern era)

Occupation: Adventurer; former soldier

Group Membership: None; formerly Brotherhood of Evil Mutants (Avalanche/Dominikos Petrakis, Blob/Fred J. Dukes, Phantazia/Eileen Harsaw), Freedom Force (Avalanche/Dominikos Petrakis, Blob/Fred J. Dukes, Destiny/Irene Adler, Forge, Mystique/Raven Darkhölme, Pyro/St. John Allerdyce, Spiral/Rita Wayword, Stonewall/Louis Hamilton, Super Sabre/Martin Fletcher)

Affiliations: Battlestar (Lemar Hoskins), Neal Conan, Valerie Cooper, Empyrean, Dr. Reinhold Kurtzman, Madelyne Pryor, Manoli Wetherell, Yankee Clipper

Enemies: The Adversary, Alliance of Evil (Frenzy/Joanna Cargill, Stinger/Wendy Sherman, Timeshadow, Tower/Edward Pasternak), Desert Sword (Aminedi, Arabian Knight, Black Raazer, Sirocco, Veil), Grey Gargoyle (Pierre Duvall), Hydro-Man (Morrie Bench), Ironclad (Michael Steel), Truman Marsh, Mentallo (Marvin Flumm), Priscilla Morrison, New Mutants (Cable/Nathan Dayspring Summers, Cannonball/Sam Guthrie, Rusty Collins, Magik/Illyana Rasputin, Danielle Moonstar, Rictor/Julio Richter, Skids/Sally Blevins, Sunspot/Roberto DaCosta, Warlock, Wolfsbane/Rahne Sinclair), The Resistants (Crucible, Meteorite, Mist Mistress, Quill, Occult, Paralyzer, Rust, Think Tank), Tommy, Hope Summers, X-Factor (Cyclops/Scott Summers, Marvel Girl/Jean Grey, Polaris/Lorna Dane, Random/Marshall Evan Stone III), X-Men (Colossus/Peter Rasputin, Dazzler/Allison Blaire, Havok/Alex Summers, Longshot, Psylocke/Betsy Braddock, Rogue/Anna Marie Raven, Storm/Ororo Munroe, Wolverine/James 'Logan' Howlett), X-Ray (James Darnell)

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: Commando

Base of Operations: San Francisco, California
                                  formerly Empyrean's island hideout
                                  formerly Freedom Force headquarters, Georgetown, Washington D.C.;
                                  formerly his home in Upstate New York 

First Appearance: Uncanny X-Men I#215 (March, 1987)

Powers/Abilities: Crimson Commando's mutant abilities kept his body in peak human condition. A minor healing factor greatly retarded his aging and enhanced senses made him keenly aware of his surroundings. The Commando was trained to free his mind of all thought while his body continued to act, making him hard to detect or influence by telepaths. An excellent tracker, the Commando is an expert hand-to-hand combatant, trained in numerous fighting styles. He wields a variety of knives and (laser) guns with expert ease. As a cyborg, most of his body including both legs were replaced with limbs of a durable, unrevealed alloy. Thanks to his robotic legs, he could scale buildings and leap great distances. The Commando's right eye was replaced with an artificial implant that contained unknown scanning equipment, his right arm was fused together with an advanced energy blaster of unknown make.

Height: 6'1"
Weight: 235 lbs.
Eyes: White
Hair: White


(Uncanny X-Men I#215 (fb) - BTS) -  Frank Bohannon grew up unaware he was a mutant until he joined the United States army at the start of World War II. During the war years, he ran across fellow mutant soldiers Martin Fletcher and Louis Hamilton. Deciding to become superheroes to fight the Nazis, Bohannan became known as Crimson Commando while his compatriots adopted the names Super Sabre and Stonewall.

(Uncanny X-Men I#215 (fb) - BTS) - After World War II, Bohannan and his two allies returned to the United States. Not ready to give up their costumed identities, they spent most of the 1940s active in their hometowns rooting out crooks, lowlifes and other undesirables.

(Uncanny X-Men I#215 (fb) - BTS) - Before they could turn their attention to the growing communist threat, Bohannan and the others were approached by government officials who asked them to stand down lest their clandestine actions spark a new global, possibly nuclear conflict. The fiercely patriotic Martin agreed to an early retirement.

(Uncanny X-Men I#215 (fb) - BTS) - Bohannan spent most of his time working as a big game hunter. He kept a house in upstate New York, nestled in the woods near the Adirondacks. Designed like a hunting lodge, Bohannan adorned his home with the many memorabilia of his exploits. From WW II souvenirs to hunting trophies as well as an array of blades and firearms. 

(Uncanny X-Men I#215 (fb) - BTS) - As the decades rolled by, Bohannan and his allies stood idly by as they watched society change. Lamenting the seeming loss of morality, standards and respect for tradition they decided to return to active duty and take matters in their own hands as vigilantes.

(Uncanny X-Men I#216 (fb) - BTS) - The trio specifically targeted killers, rapists, drug dealers and other 'scum' who managed to place themselves beyond the reach of the law.

(Uncanny X-Men I#215 (fb) - BTS) - Operating from the Crimson Commando's home in Upstate New York, they sought out and kidnapped people they perceived to be criminals. Keeping them locked up in Bohannan's basement, the trio would offer their prisoners a long shot at salvation: they were free to try and escape and even allowed a sizeable head start before the former heroes would come after them. These hunts always ended quickly, with none of their victims surviving. 

(Uncanny X-Men I#215 - BTS) - Frank and the others would frequently be on the lookout for evildoers. As a result, they captured Priscilla Morrison and her boyfriend Tommy, who were dealing drugs. When they came across Storm who was knocked out near Sara Grey's burned out home, they mistook her for a looter and took her prisoner too.

(Uncanny X-Men I#215 - BTS) - Crimson Commando, Super Sabre and Stonewall tracked down Tommy in the woods. The hunt ended with his death.

(Uncanny X-Men I#215) - Returning from their death hunt, they were surprised to find Storm had managed to break free (using the lockpicks the trio had failed to find when they searched her). Storm managed to hold her own against Crimson Commando, who compared her fighting skills to the World War II heroine Yankee Clipper. Ultimately, she was no match for Super Sabre who subjected her to his trademark Mach One Punch and effortlessly knocked her out with a snap of his fingers that generated a microsonic boom. When Storm came to, Super Sabre and the others explained their origins to Storm and Priscilla before sending them off into the woods. They gave the pair until sunset to try and get out of the forest.

(Uncanny X-Men I#216) - While Super Sabre was scouring the woods, Stonewall and the Commando discovered a trap Ororo had set for the speedster that would have cut his head off had she triggered it. This made Stonewall question their mission: was Storm even a criminal? But the Commando insisted they pressed on, letting her go would alert the authorities. He then sensed Sabre's imminent return, ordering Stonewall to block his path lest he accidentally wound up triggering Storm's trap. Sabre agreed with the Commando that Storm shouldn't be allowed to go free. He didn't back down, giving chase and reaching the edge of the forest where he planned to wait for Storm and Priscilla.

(Uncanny X-Men I#216 - BTS) - Despite his enhanced reflexes, Sabre failed to notice Storm was lying in wait for him. She jumped the speedster, causing them both to fall off a nearby ridge. They were unable to dodge the avalanche Priscilla purposefully started and were buried under the rock. Both Storm and Super Sabre survived, but the rockslide separated hem. 

(Uncanny X-Men I#216) - Alerted by the rockslide, the Commando and Stonewall dug for nearly half an hour before finding Sabre's bloodied helmet and Storm's jacket. Believing them both dead, they were caught unawares by Storm who managed to surprise Stonewall once more, getting the jump on him and launching him into a nearby mudpit that turned out to be quicksand. Unwilling to let her opponent die, Storm risked her life to get Hamilton to safety. Moments later, Wolverine arrived to even the score. Logan kept Stonewall at bay while Storm faced the Commando in a duel. After fighting him him to the ground, he and Stonewall agreed to face justice and were escorted to the nearest police station by Storm and Wolverine.

(Uncanny X-Men I#223 (fb) - BTS) - Still unaware Super Sabre had survived, Crimson Commando and Stonewall were sentenced to serve a term in prison. There, they were approached with the offer to have their sentence commuted if they agreed to join Freedom Force. The heroes agreed and were transferred to Washington D.C.

(Uncanny X-Men I#223) - Valerie Cooper introduced Stonewall and the Commando to their new teammates. Mystique scoffed, calling them 'a pair of over-the-hill, second-strong retread WW II 'heroes'. Commando tried to act cool and suave, but was startled when Pyro turned the flame of his lighter into a flaming manservant. Their introductions were cut short by the arrival of Super Sabre who had come to Washington D.C. to either free his friends or join up.

(Uncanny X-Men I#225) - The Commando, Stonewall and Super Sabre were full-fledged members of Freedom Force by the time they were sent to Dallas to apprehend the X-Men. Ambushing them at night,  Super Sabre joined his teammates on a mission to Dallas to apprehend the X-Men at night. The X-Men's telepath Psylocke gave FF a run for their money, fooling them with illusions until the Commando managed to sneak up on her to take out Betsy Braddock with a karate chop. The fight ended when the X-Men took Mystique hostage inside Eagle Plaza. This prompted Destiny to have a vision: anyone inside Eagle Plaza when dawn breaks would die. Moments later, the sky opened and sunlight poured out over the Dallas skyscraper.

(Uncanny X-Men I#226) - Commando and the others stood by, watching over the captured X-Men Dazzler, Psylocke and Rogue who tried to make their escape. During the fight, the city of Dallas fell into chaos due to reality shifts (caused by the Adversary). Agreeing to a truce, the X-Men and Freedom Force worked together to keep innocent people safe. The Commando and Stonewall worked to help evacuate downtown Dallas, leading a caravan of civilians away from the fighting. On their way, they were met by an approaching Cheyenne war party who had come to Dallas to help Forge fight the Adversary. The Commando was in the process of opening a friendly dialogue with the Cheyenne until the chief and his tribesmen were gunned down by Texans, influenced by the Adversary. The Commando lamented their loss to Stonewall, but neither one of them could do anything. Later, they also were unable to prevent the rise of the Adversary and the subsequent sacrifice of the X-Men before Eagle Plaza exploded.

(Uncanny X-Men I#227) - Crimson Commando, along with the other members of Freedom Force and millions of people worldwide, watched Neal Conan's report on the X-Men's final stand against the Adversary. The mutants seemingly sacrificed their lives to offer Forge the energy of their souls which he used to beat back the ancient demon. When Forge returned with Neal Conan, he was cursed out by Mystique for killing her daughter Rogue.

(New Mutants I#65) Warned by Destiny of their imminent arrival, Freedom Force was ready to deal with Magik and the New Mutants who teleported to Dallas to have their revenge on Forge for killing Colossus and the other X-Men. Crimson Commando successfully took on both Mirage and Sunspot before Super Sabre knocked out Magik herself with one of his sonic booms. Acting on Destiny's counsel, Freedom Force didn't kill or arrest the New Mutants for their actions, because it would hasten the impending invasion of S'ym and limbo's techno-organic demons.

(X-Factor I#30) - Having witnessed the events in Dallas that claimed the life of Madelyne Pryor, X-Factor members Cyclops and Jean Grey rushed out to Dallas to find Freedom Force. They were the last people to have seen Madelyne alive and hoped they might have heard where her missing son baby Nathan could be. Freedom Force was prepared for them thanks to Destiny who warned them of  Cyclops' violent intent. However, Cyclops and Jean were quickly overpowered, with the Commando holding a gun to Jean's head. They were placed under arrest for not obeying the mutant registration act.

(X-Factor I#31) - Cyclops blasted the gun from the Commando's hand, while Jean telekinetically kept his teammates at bay. Angered by FF's continued refusal to reveal anything about his son, Cyclops used his eyebeams to pierce the Blob's skin. As Fred Dukes cried out in pain, Destiny stepped in and revealed as much as she could ascertain about the boy's situation. Assuring them the child was indeed alive, the seer told the two heroes their destiny lay in New York.

(X-Factor I#33) - After X-Factor had caught and defeated the escaped members of the Alliance of Evil, they were forced to let Crimson Commando and the other members of Freedom Force take their fellow mutants into custody.

(Captain American I#346) - Freedom Force and Battlestar were ordered to go after the mutant terrorists known as the Resistants. Planning to lure the team to them by holding a mock trial for renowned mutant terrorist Quicksilver (Mystique in disguise), Freedom Force members acted as judge and jury. After the mock trial entered its fourth day, the Resistants finally showed up, but their newest member, the telepathic Think Tank (Marvin Flumm) picked up the deception before they made their presence known. Destiny's future-sight told her they'd been found out and she yelled in court, warning Super Sabre and the others of an approaching meteor hurled at the courtroom courtesy of Resistants member Meteorite. Thanks to Destiny's head's up, Freedom Force kept everyone safe while Captain America (John Walker) singlehandedly took on the Resistants.

(New Mutants I#78) - Ordered to bring in Rusty Collins after he nearly torched Manhattan, Freedom Force tracked him down along with the New Mutants over New York. Forcing a confrontation on Liberty Island, Super Sabre's initially succeeded in knocking out Collins. However, the mission turned into a bust when Danielle Moonstar's fire magic activated itself before she could be treated, forcing the unseen but present specter of Doctor Strange to immediately teleport the New Mutants to Asgard leaving behind a dumbstruck Freedom Force without explanation.

(New Mutants I#80) - Left on Earth after the New Mutants were whisked away, Rusty Collins and Skids defended themselves against Freedom Force's attempts to arrest them by hiding under Skids' impenetrable forcefield. In the end, the Commando used a laser rifle to blast away the concrete surrounding Skids' field, so they could take it all into custody.

(Marvel Comics Presents I#86/2 - BTS) - Crimson Commando and the other members of Freedom Force were unable to prevent Mystique from being captured by Firestar.

(New Mutants I#86) - Crimson Commando took Blob and Pyro with him to take the recently escaped Rusty Collins and Skids back into custody. Though the two teenagers had risked their lives stopping the supervillains Nitro and Vulture, which left Skids seriously injured, the Commando told reporters they were dangerous criminals who'd say anything to seem innocent.

(Uncanny X-Men I#255 - BTS) - Crimson Commando, Super Sabre and Spiral were off on a separate mission when Mystique and the other members of Freedom Force were ordered to Muir Island to help defend against the attacking Reavers.

(New Mutants I#87 - BTS) - Stuck inside the prison hospital, Skids and Rusty listened to the Commando give a television interview in which he commented on Freedom Force's recent losses in their brave fight against evil mutants. His pompous blustering irked the two teens to no end.

(Incredible Hulk II#369 (fb) ) - In the wake of the Muir Island tragedy that left Stonewall and Destiny dead and Avalanche seriously injured, Crimson Commando expected Freedom Force to fold. However, Mystique made sure the team kept going by sending them to South Carolina on a search for the Hulk.

(Incredible Hulk II#369) - En route to South Carolina, the Crimson Commando quietly lamented about the way his life was going. After all this time, all the fighting he had done seemed pointless. They caught up with Banner just as he was leaving the house of Charles and Margaret Lassiter and their son Jack. When the Commando was unable to knock Banner out before he could turn into the Hulk, Bohannan kept out of the fight figuring it would be like Woody Allen trying to beat Mike Tyson. The Commando proved instrumental when the Lassiter's home was wrecked in the altercation, leaving Jack trapped under the rubble. While Hulk cleared the debris, Commando stabilized the boy so he could be transported to the hospital. As a thank you, Hulk knocked Bohannan out before leaping away with Jack.

(New Mutants I#88) - Crimson Commando tried to convince the recently captured Cable to tell Freedom Force of the connection Rusty Collins and Skids had to the Mutant Liberation Front. Bohannan was unable to get Cable to talk. Later that day, they were confronted by X-Factor who wanted their wards Rusty and Skids returned to them. This put FF in a pickle: admitting they were taken from them by the MLF would reveal a weakness in their organization. Shortly thereafter Freedom Force tried to stop Cable from escaping their facility. Mystique ordered the Commando to chase Cable down.

(New Mutants I#89) - Crimson Commando and Freedom Force boarded a helicopter to follow the whirlybird Cable had stolen. Cable headed for X-Factor's Ship in New York and managed to shoot FF's craft down, causing them to crash in the East River. Surviving the crash, Freedom Force split up but failed to capture Cable before he accidentally ran into the New Mutants who were also looking for Rusty Collins. Crimson Commando fought Cannonball, Sunspot and Boom-Boom before the teens joined forces with Cable, forcing the Commando and FF to retreat.

(Avengers: Deathtrap - The Vault) - Following a break out situation at The Vault, the government sent in Freedom Force to restore order. Meeting up with Vault warden Truman Marsh, the Commando and the others were shown a utility shaft they could use to tunnel into the facility. Avalanche used his powers to lead the way with Super Sabre rapidly shoving the dirt aside. After a brief altercation with Hydroman, Wrecker, Grey Gargoyle and the U-Foes' Ironclad and X-Ray, Freedom Force joined the newly arrived Avengers to put an end to the jailbreak. Crimson Commando proved instrumental in this endeavor when he managed to sneak up on the telepath Mentallo who was riling up the inmates. With him out of the picture, the heroes soon gained the upper hand. A little later, they also halted the self destruct sequence set by Marsh.

(New Mutants Annual I#7/2) - On January 14, Crimson Commando was sent to Kuwait along with Avalanche, Blob, Pyro and Super Sabre. Their mission was to locate German physicist Reinhold Kurtzmann and transfer him safely to the allied forces without the Iraqi army getting to him. Reaching Reinhold's safe house in Kuwait City. The Commando led the mission, sending Super Sabre ahead on a rapid reconnaissance run of the place. The aging speedster fell prey to the Iraqi superteam Desert Sword who decapitated him and would moments later also slice off the Commando's right arm before revealing they already had Kurtzmann.

(Uncanny X-Men Annual I#15/2) - In the opening moments of the fight against Desert Sword, Kurtzmann fell into the hands of Freedom Force. Injured but still functioning, the Commando ordered his team to retreat to the airport. He and Avalanche got separated from Pyro, Blob and Kurtzmann. On the way back to the dropzone, Pyro was forced to kill Kurtzmann, a fact the Commando and Avalanche were oblivious to. When they reached the airfield, they hit some of the concealed landmines that were spread out by Desert Sword sympathizers. As they lay wounded and unconscious, Desert Sword members Sirocco and Aminedi swooped in for the kill.

(X-Factor Annual I#6/2) - Avalanche managed to trap Sirocco and Aminedi with his powers and was ready to evacuate when he noticed the mortally wounded Commando pleading to not leave him behind. Avalanche took Bohannan with him as he dashed towards the evac helicopters where he received urgent medical care. As the chopper lifted, Avalanche made a command decision to leave Pyro and Blob behind in Kuwait.

(X-Men Annual II#2 (fb) - BTS) - Returning to the United States, doctors managed to save what was left of Bohannan's body by augmenting it with cybernetic parts. His legs, right arm and eye were replaced. Now calling himself 'Commando', he and Avalanche were transferred to the authority of Project: Wideawake following the dissolution of Freedom Force.

(X-Men Annual II#2) - Commando and Avalanche were sent to Jonathan Chamber's private island after reports came in the mysterious man had set up a refuge there for mutants, including the new Brotherhood of Mutants  Empyrean's island to investigate the mysterious mutant's activities. There, they ran afoul of Blob, Pyro, Phantazia and Toad, as well as the X-Men who had also arrived to see what was going on. During the inevitable fight, Commando faced Gambit before it was revealed Chambers had actually set up the island as a leper colony for mutants dying from the Legacy Virus. He could feed off their excess mutant energies, a side effect of the virus, while relieving their pain in return. When it was revealed their old friend Pyro was suffering from the deadly illness, Commando and Avalanche opted to stay with Chambers who had now taken the name Empyrean.

(X-Men: Time-Gliders#1-4) - Now a member of the Brotherhood and loyal to Empyrean, the Commando joined in on a convoluted scheme to steal a Time-Glider, a recent discovery by Hank McCoy that allowed time travel. Empyrean wanted the device to unleash the Legacy Virus in the past so he could have more victims to drain. In the end, the Commando was unable to prevent Empyrean from getting stuck in the primordial past.

(X-Factor I#102 - BTS) - Following the disappearance of Empyrean, the Commando and Avalanche left Toad's Brotherhood and returned to their old job as operatives for Project: Wideawake and the US defense department.

(X-Factor I#102) - Commando joined Avalanche on a mission with government agent Malone. They were tasked to convince Polaris to stop investigating the Polaris Protocols, but this led to an altercation with Polaris and her allies Forge and Random. Commando faced Random who couldn't lock in on his cybernetic nature, leaving the mutant mercenary vulnerable. The fight ended when Malone committed suicide and his employer Beatrice Connors (secretly controlled by the entity Malice) arrived to take charge of the situation. After a brief explanation, she took Commando and Avalanche with her.

(New Avengers I#16 (fb) - BTS) - When the mentally unstable Scarlet Witch erased the mutant gene in most of the worlds' mutants, the Commando was one of the many mutants who found himself depowered.

(Uncanny X-Men I#539 (fb) - BTS) - Without the benefits of his mutant healing factor and retarded aging, the Commando's cybernetic components were slowly tearing him apart from the inside. Bohannan quietly grew desperate.

(Uncanny X-Men I#539 - BTS) - Learning of the existence of Hope Summers, a young gene positive mutant who can restore the abilities of others, the Commando hatched a desperate plan to force her to activate his abilities again.

(Uncanny X-Men I#539) - The Commando had Hope kidnapped while she was on a day trip to San Francisco and brought before him. She refused to use her 'magic touch' to save him, leading him to hold her hostage. Unbeknownst to the Commando, Wolverine had already tracked them down. He managed to sneak in and rescue Hope. The Commando and his forces caught up with them during their escape Gunning Wolverine down and burning him with napalm, the Commando proceeded to beat and bloody Hope to force her to cooperate. However, Hope survived by synchronizing with Wolverine's healing factor. Surprised his victim was healing already, it left the Commando open to Wolverine's lethal strike.

Comments: Created by Chris Claremont, Alan Davis, Dan Green.

So how can a man who fought in World War II still be active in the modern era? It isn't until his final appearance (to date) that we learn the Commando has a mutant healing factor that retards his aging. According to Bohannan, he could have lived to be 200, even with the cybernetic implants he was fitted with.

Since the Commando never received an official Handbook profile, the exact nature of his mutant powers remains unclear. Even his ability to shut down his active mind is a learned technique. Next to the healing factor, that leaves him with enhanced strength, speed, endurance and reflexes. He's basically Captain America without having taken the supersoldier formula.

The 90s were not kind to poor ol' Frank Bohannan though. From an elder statesman of the superhero set to a cyborg with big guns, pouches and oneliners even Clint Eastwood would think were a little much. Que sera, sera.

How he decided on the code name 'Crimson Commando' is also never explained. Red looks good on him and he's certainly a commando, but the name wouldn't have gone over well had he stuck around to fight communists in the 50s.

It's been suggested the Commando is also Cyborg X, first seen in Spider-Man I#18. However, since that Erik Larsen creation seemingly died three issues later, a year before Bohannan's debut as a cyborg, I've omitted those appearances from his profile until official

Crimson Commando received Handbook profiles in the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Update '89 I#2 (August, 1989) and the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition I#22 (September, 1992). Crimson Commando was also in the Gamer's Handbook of the Marvel Universe Volume 5 1989 Character Update but uses the same image as in his 1989 profile.

Profile by Norvo.

Crimson Commando should not be confused with:

Crimson Commando's home

The Commando's home in the woods of the Adirondacks was spacious enough to accommodate himself and his two associates. The place was decorated with souvenirs from his many adventures including tattered Nazi flags, bear skins, mounted animal heads and a variety of weapons. Bohannan's home had a basement with multiple cells outfitted with manacles to hold the criminals he would capture and hunt to death. The chains and locks proved no real challenge for a skilled lockpick like Storm. 

- Uncanny X-Men I#215, 216

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Uncanny X-Men I#223, p1, pan1 (original appearance)
Uncanny X-Men I#225, p17, pan6 (takes out Psylocke)
New Mutants I#65, p20, pan3 (takes on Mirage)
New Mutants I#80, p9, pan4 (fires laser)
Incredible Hulk II#369, p6, pan8 (what's the point)
New Mutants I#89, p22, pan1 (tapped by Sunspot)
X-Factor Annual I#6, p31, pan2 (mortally wounded)
X-Men Annual II#2 p7, pan4 (and angry Blob)
Uncanny X-Men I#539, p18, pan1 (killed by Wolverine)
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Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Update '89 I#2, p16 (OHotMU)

Uncanny X-Men I#215 (March, 1987) - Chris Claremont (writer), Alan Davis (pencils), Dan Green (inks), Ann Nocenti (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#216 (April, 1987) - Chris Claremont (writer), Jackson Guice (pencils), Dan Green (inks), Ann Nocenti (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#223 (November, 1987) - Chris Claremont (writer), Kerry Gammill (pencils), Dan Green (inks), Ann Nocenti (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#225 (January, 1988) - Chris Claremont (writer), Marc Silvestri (pencils), Dan Green (inks), Ann Nocenti (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#226 (February, 1988) - Chris Claremont (writer), Marc Silvestri (pencils), Dan Green (inks), Ann Nocenti (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#227 (March, 1988) - Chris Claremont (writer), Marc Silvestri (pencils), Dan Green (inks), Ann Nocenti (editor)
New Mutants I#65 (July, 1988) - Louise Simonson (writer), Bret Blevins (pencils), Terry Austin (inks), Ann Nocenti (editor)
X-Factor I#30 (July, 1988) - Louise Simonson (writer), Walter Simonson (pencils), Bob Wiacek (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
X-Factor I#31 (August, 1988) - Louise Simonson (writer), Walter Simonson (pencils), Bob Wiacek (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
X-Factor I#33 (October, 1988) - Louise Simonson (writer), Walter Simonson (pencils), Bob Wiacek (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
Captain America I#346 (October, 1988) - Mark Gruenwald (writer), Kieron Dwyer (pencils), Al Milgrom (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
New Mutants I#78 (August, 1989) - Louise Simonson (writer), Rick Leonardi (pencils), Al Williamson (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Update '89 I#2 (August, 1989) - Peter Sanderson (writer), Josef Rubinstein (inks), Mark Gruenwald, Gregory Wright, Sara Tuchinsky (editors)
New Mutants I#80 (October, 1989) - Louise Simonson (writer), Bret Blevins (pencils), Al Williamson (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#255 (Mid-December, 1989) - Chris Claremont (writer), Mark Silvestri (pencils), Dan Green (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
New Mutants I#86 (February, 1990) - Louise Simonson (writer), Rob Liefeld (pencils), Bob Wiacek (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
New Mutants I#87 (March, 1990) - Louise Simonson (writer), Rob Liefeld (pencils), Bob Wiacek (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
New Mutants I#88 (April, 1990) - Louise Simonson (writer), Rob Liefeld (pencils), Hilary Barta (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
Incredible Hulk II#369 (May, 1990) - Peter David (writer), Dale Keown (pencils), Bob McLeod (inks), Bobbie Chase (editor)
New Mutants I#89 (May 1990) - Louise Simonson (writer), Rob Liefeld (pencils), Hilary Barta (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
New Mutants Annual I#7 (August, 1991) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Kirk Jarvinin (pencils), Joe Rubinstein (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
Uncanny X-Men Annual I#15 (August, 1991) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Jerry DeCaire (pencils), Joe Rubinstein (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
X-Factor Annual I#6 (August, 1991) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Steven Butler (pencils), Joe Rubinstein (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
Avengers: Deathtrap - The Vault (September, 1991) - Danny Fingeroth (writer), Ron Lim (pencils), Jim Sanders (inks), Kelly Corvese (editor)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition I#22 (September, 1992) - Glenn Herdling, Peter Sanderson, Murray Ward (writers), Keith Pollard (pencils), Josef Rubinstein (inks), Kelly Corvese (editor)
X-Men Annual II#2 (October, 1993) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Aron Wiesenfeld (pencils), Bob Wiacek (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
X-Factor I#102 (May, 1994) - J.M. DeMatteis (writer), Jan Duursema (pencils), Al Milgrom (inks), Kelly Corvese (editor)
X-Men: Time Gliders#1 (December, 1995) - Ben Raab (writer), Mike Gustovitch (pencils), Dan McConnel (inks), Glenn Herdling (editor)
X-Men: Time Gliders#2 (December, 1995) - Ben Raab (writer), Dave Boller (art), Glenn Herdling (editor)
X-Men: Time Gliders#3 (December, 1995) - Ben Raab (writer), John Hebert (pencils), Bill Anderson (inks), Glenn Herdling (editor)
X-Men: Time Gliders#4 (December, 1995) - Ben Raab (writer), Roman Morales (pencils), Derek Fisher (inks), Glenn Herdling (editor)
New Avengers I#16 (April, 2006) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Steve McNiven (pencils), Dexter Vines (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#539 (August, 2011) - Kieron Gillen (writer), Ibraim Roberson (pencils & inks), Nick Lowe (editor)

First Posted: 10/24/2021
Last updated: 10/24/2021

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