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Membership: Doctor Franz Lubischt, Dmitri Petrovich, Fritz Sablinova, Ivan Trefkov (leader), hundreds (probably thousands) of operatives (1, 2, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12?, 14, 16, 17, 22, 28, 33, 55, 62, 63, 67, 79?, 90, 98), some garrisons of Cyberwarriors

Purpose: The Aryan race's ultimate world domination; the destruction of Hydra to take its place

Affiliations: Cybertek Systems Inc. and their Cyberwarriors, Deadpool ("Wade Wilson"), Leviathan;
formerly Hydra

Enemies: Bosnia, the Foreigner, Hydra (Baron Strucker/Wolfgang von Strucker, Cassandra Romulus, System Crash (Bitmap, Infomorph, Killobyte (Lester), Steel Collar, Technospike, Wirehead)), Intruders (Fin, Lightbright/Obax Majid, Man-Eater/Malcolm Murphy, Paladin, Sandman/William Baker), Next Wave (Agent-X/James Burley, Fin, Sandman/William Baker, Snare/Robert Fielder, Turk/Todd Flaminirezck), Knights of Wundagore, Ernst Sablinova, S.H.I.E.L.D. (Nick Fury, Alexander Pierce, Clay Quartermain, Jimmy Woo, others), Silver Sable (Silver Sablinova), Siege (John Kelly), Stingray (Walter Newell), the U.S.A., Wild Pack (Larry Arnold, Battlestar/Lemar Hoskins, Amy Chen, Crippler/Carl Striklan, Doug Powell, Raul Quentino)

Base of Operations: A base in the Black Sea;
    formerly Mediterranean Sea, in a mobile underwater battle station;
   formerly a base in the rainforest of Peru, South America

First Appearance: Silver Sable and the Wild Pack#6 (November, 1992)


(Silver Sable and the Wild Pack#25/1 (fb) ) - Before the creation of the Genesis Coalition, there was Hydra, and a faction led by Ivan Trefkov.

    When Hydra captured Fritz Sablinova, they brought him to Trefkov. Trefkov tortured Sablinova, who lost his sanity and conceived the plan of destroying Hydra working from the inside. He convinced Trefkov to create the Genesis Coalition by acquiring soldiers and stealing resources from Hydra.

(Silver Sable and the Wild Pack#10 (fb) - BTS) - It was actually Ivan Trefkov who had gathered some of the older faction of Hydra and had created the Genesis Coalition.

(Silver Sable and the Wild Pack#6 (fb) - BTS) - The Genesis Coalition became independent from Hydra.

(Silver Sable and the Wild Pack#25/1 (fb) ) - One of the best assets of the Coalition was Ernst Sablinova, kept prisoner to drain him of his secrets and strategies. The old enemy was used as a living computer for intelligence and tactical purposes.

(Silver Sable and the Wild Pack#9 (fb) - BTS) - Coalition soldiers had been trained by Hydra and followed some of the same security protocols used in Hydra. Thus many of them took a sacred oath to protect the Coalition, and were ready to die for it.

(Silver Sable and the Wild Pack#9 (fb) - BTS / Silver Sable and the Wild Pack#19/2 (fb) ) - At the base hidden in the rainforest in Peru, inhuman experiments on human subjects were carried out by Franz Lubischt. The purpose was to create the perfect super soldier by combining the DNA of humans and animals, then, to start a war to lead the Aryan race to conquer the World.

(Deathlok II#19 - BTS) - Silver Sable discovered that some Cyberwarriors, powerful cyborgs without sentient brains, had been sold to her enemies of the Genesis Coalition, so she started investigating.

(Silver Sable and the Wild Pack#6) - Dmitri Petrovich and a team of operatives went into the jungle to retrieve an escped specimen, a human/monkey hybrid.
    Paladin, hired by Silver Sable, was spying on them. Discovered, he had to fight three Coalition soldiers, meanwhile Petrovich fled with the specimen and ordered his men to capture Paladin and bring him to the rendezvous point dead alive.
   Paladin captured one of the soldiers and threatened him with his superhuman strength. He learned about the Coalition, its objectives and the men who led it.

(Silver Sable and the Wild Pack#8) - At the base, Trefkov and Petrovich questioned Lubischt's work, because it took too much time to get useful results. They agreed to wait another two weeks for Lubischt to complete his research. Meanwhile, Dmitri had planted false evidence in order to blame Hydra. Their plans were ruined by the attack of the Wild Pack that invaded the base and freed the captive subjects. Silver also killed Lubitsch, but the other leaders escaped. During that fight, Petrovich told Sable that her father was not dead.

(Silver Sable and the Wild Pack#10 (fb) - BTS) - The smuggler Leviathan supplied Petrovich and the Genesis Coalition with stolen Hydra technology.

(Silver Sable and the Wild Pack#10) - Silver Sable assumed that her father was held captive by the Genesis Coalition.

(Silver Sable and the Wild Pack#11) - The Genesis Coalition took over a formidable sea base from Hydra. In the Mediterranean Sea, they were setting up their army of Cyberwarriors. The aim was the assault of Wundagore mountain in Transia.

the Hydra submarine battlestation

(Silver Sable and the Wild Pack#12 (fb) - BTS) - After conquering a base in Transia, the next target of the Coalition would have been Latveria.

(Silver Sable and the Wild Pack#11) - About three hours before the attack on Transia, the underwater base was assaulted by the Wild Pack helped by Stingray. Almost in the same moment other mercenaries, the Next Wave, paid by Hydra, assaulted the base as well. A garrison of Cyberwarriors was dispatched to eliminate the Wild Pack and found the Next Wave too. The rest of the cyborgs was sent to Transia to conquer Mount Wundagore.

(Silver Sable and the Wild Pack#12) - On the bridge, Trefkov and Petrovich ascertained that the damages brought by the mercenaries was destroying the base. Nonetheless, their army was ready because more than 30 Cyberwarriors were going to assault Mount Wundagore. The two leaders left the station in an aircraft.
    Once they reached Transia, Siege, a Cyberwarrior inhabited by Jonh Kelly's conscience, intercepted their forces. Meanwhile, Fritz Sablinova, still on the sinking base, donned his armor and attacked Silver Sable, trying to convince her not to interfere. Then he teleported away.
   The battle at Mount Wundagore escalated. A few Knights of Wundagore struck back, fighting on their flying artificial steeds. Their counterattack impressed the Coalition's leaders, who abandoned the field. Right then the Wild Pack and the Next Wave arrived, entering the fray of battle and finally defeating the army of cyborgs.

(Silver Sable and the Wild Pack#23/1 (fb) - BTS) - The Genesis Coalition transferred its forces to an old abandoned Hydra base below Earth's surface.

(Silver Sable and the Wild Pack#23/1 (fb) - BTS) - Trefkov and Sablinova hired Deadpool for capturing Silver Sable.

(Silver Sable and the Wild Pack#23/1) - Deadpool found some complications when Daredevil helped Sable. Sable paid him triple of his rates to get rid of him and to learn that the Genesis Coalition was after her.

(Silver Sable and the Wild Pack#23/1) - Trefkov, tired of Petrovich's failures, had him imprisoned. Meanwhile, the Coalition was organizing a full-scale war in Bosnia, in order to put the blame on Hydra. Hydra would have taken the fall, and the Coalition would have picked up the pieces.

(Silver Sable and the Wild Pack#24/1 - BTS) - Disguised as Hydra forces, the Genesis Coalition's army attacked Bosnia. In those days, Bosnia was already torn by the civil, racial war, and the United Nations had forbidden S.H.I.E.L.D. to intervene on the scene.
    Long before his imprisonment, Petrovich had founded a faction loyal to him. A legion of men was ready for his return. During the Bosnian conflict, Dmitri Petrovich was freed by his loyal soldiers and flew to Symkaria where he lured Silver Sable to go to the Coalition's stronghold.

(Silver Sable and the Wild Pack#25/1 - BTS) - The onslaught created by the Genesis Coalition's forces spread over Bosnia. Disguised as Hydra stormtroopers, they attacked the U.S. soldiers. Bosnian officials had to deny any alliance with the terrorists. The hypothesis of a third World War was becoming more and more concrete.
    The chaos increased with the arrival of S.H.I.E.L.D., Nick Fury and real Hydra forces. They all attacked the Coalition's stormtroopers. However, the Coalition employed a battle-cruiser stolen from Hydra. Trefkov piloted it in an attempt to kill Baron Strucker, but failed. System Crash tried to retaliate, but Trefkov followed Fritz Sablinova's suggestion and cloaked the battle-cruiser.
    Meanwhile, Silver Sable, the Wild Pack and the Foreigner succeeded in finding Ernst Sablinova and destroying the Coalition submarine in the Black Sea.
    The Intruders also landed in Bosnia and fought against the Coalition. They even crossed System Crash's path and confronted Fritz Sablinova. The Hydra imposters were devastated. Fritz, seeing with his own eyes that his plan to destroy Hydra had failed, retreated to the battle-cruiser.
    There he found Silver Sable, that had just killed Trefkov in cold blood. Fritz, gone completely insane, attacked his niece. She avoided all his attacks, wanting to save him, but the Foreigner recognzed that he was too dangerous and shot him in the back, killing him.
    The Genesis Coalition was vanquished.

Comments: Created by Gregory Wright, Steven Butler & James Sanders III.

The Genesis Coalition soldiers sometimes had a number on the forehead, sometimes on the chest, sometimes they did not.
Other operatives wore the same suits as Hydra operatives but with different colors.

One of Lubischt's experiments gave good results: Malcom Murphy became Man-Eater, who became a super-powered member of Silver Sable International.
Lubischt knew Murphy's research and Murphy went hunting right near the Coalition base. Unlikely?
Anyway, I suppose that the experiment that Lubischt wanted to make on Murphy was based on some (mystical) elements of Murphy's research. So the evil scientist set up a false track to lure Murphy into "that" area of the rainforest, where the Coalition could capture him.
Even so, this plan took too much effort for Lubischt and the Coalition. Why too much?

  1. The secrecy of the organization could be jeopardized.
  2. After all, Lubischt could have performed the experiment on any other human subject. Unless Murphy already had something special (again, mystical) that the Nazi wanted to exploit.

Profile by Spidermay.

The Genesis Coalition has no known connections to:

Dr. Franz Lubischt has no known connections to:

Franz Lubischt

    Lubischt was a scientist in activity during WWII at Auschwitz, yet. His specialization was genetics and his research was directed to create a super-soldier.
    He was ruthless and cold-blooded about his experiments. He gave no value to human life, if it served to his research.

    Lubischt allied with the Genesis Coalition; there he sought to create the perfect super-soldier through experiments on human subjects (including Malcom Murphy).
    His work involved serums to be injected into human subjects, mainly south American natives. Many of them were chemically altered, and some of them were transformed, assuming animal features and abilities. Some of them lost their mental sanity.
    The experiments tested various types of energy on the subjects' physiology. They were rather painful but Lubischt was completely ruthless when applied them.
    The mutations were also tested on animals, like the monkeys in the rain forest.

    However, Petrovich was unhappy about the results. He menaced Lubischt, demanding that the super-soldiers would be ready in a week.
    Lubitscht reckoned that two weeks could be sufficient. Shortly after, the base was attacked by the Wild Pack, and Lubitsch was killed by Silver Sable.

--Silver Sable and the Wild Pack#8 (Silver Sable and the Wild Pack#19 (fb), 8

images: (without ads)
Silver Sable and the Wild Pack#8, p8, pan3 (the leaders)
Silver Sable and the Wild Pack#6, p7, pan3 (soldiers of the Coalition)
Silver Sable and the Wild Pack#11, p6, pan1 (the submarine battlestation)
Silver Sable and the Wild Pack#8, p10, pan1 (Lubischt, head shot)

Silver Sable and the Wild Pack#6 (November, 1992) - Gregory Wright (writer), Steve Carr and Deryl Skelton (pencils), James Sanders III (inks), Craig Anderson (editor)
Deathlok II#19 (January, 1993) - Gregory Wright (writer), Walter McDaniel (pencils), Fred Fredricks (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Silver Sable and the Wild Pack#8 (January, 1993) - Gregory Wright (writer), Steven Butler (pencils), James Sanders III (inks), Craig Anderson (editor)
Silver Sable and the Wild Pack#11/1 (April, 1993) - Gregory Wright (writer), Tom Grindberg (pencils), Joe Rubinstein (inks), Craig Anderson (editor)
Silver Sable and the Wild Pack#12/1 (May, 1993) - Gregory Wright (writer), Tom Grindberg (pencils), Joe Rubinstein (inks), Craig Anderson (editor)
Silver Sable and the Wild Pack#19/2 (December, 1993) - Gregory Wright (writer), Michael Bair (artist), Craig Anderson (editor)
Silver Sable and the Wild Pack#23/1 (April, 1994) - Gregory Wright (writer), Isaac Cordova (pencils), Don Hudson (inks), Craig Anderson (editor)
Silver Sable and the Wild Pack#24/1 (May, 1994) - Gregory Wright (writer), Gordon Purcell (pencils), Don Hudson (inks), Craig Anderson (editor)
Silver Sable and the Wild Pack#25/1 (June, 1994) - Gregory Wright (writer), Steven Butler (pencils), Pam Eklund (inks), Craig Anderson (editor)

First Posted: 04/04/2021
Last updated: 04/04/2021

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