TIGON LIGER GOLEM
Real Name: None;
formerly believed itself to be the original Tigon Liger
Identity/Class: Alternate reality (Reality-49327 circa 2026 A.D.) extraterrestrial android ("golem")
Occupation: Agent of the Alkemist
Group Membership: Golems (Golems based on Cable (Nathan Christopher Summers/Nathan Dayspring Askani'son), Captain America (Steve Rogers), Captain Britain (Brian Braddock), Hulk (Bruce Banner), Jeanet Hutch, Pilgrim Kadagar, Killpower (Julius Mullarkey), Tigon Liger (at least five of them), Motormouth (Harley Davis), Spider-Man (presumably Peter Parker), Thing (Ben Grimm), Thor Odinson, Tuck, Union Jack (Joey Chapman), Wolverine (James Howlett/Logan); possibly Gambit (Remy LeBeau), Giant-Man (Henry Pym) or Havok (Alex Summers, Namor (McKenzie) or Quicksilver (Pietro Maximoff), Polaris (Lorna Dane), Psylocke (Betsy Braddock), Sunfire (Shiro Yoshida))
Affiliations: Alkemist, Lorson;
formerly Pilgrim Kadagar
Enemies: Bethlehem Bardot, Death's Head (Minion), Pilgrim Kadagar golem
Known Relatives: None;
Alkemist is their creator and could loosely be considered a father;
other golems could loosely be considered siblings, including the Liger golem that fought the Tuck golem and the four Liger golems allied with a Hutch golem)
Aliases: "Crazy Fool" (from Death's Head); "Crazy Man" (from Pilgrim Kadagar)
Base of Operations: Unrevealed;
formerly Teefoebee (TerraForming Base command), Clinton City, Earth's Mars colony, Reality-49327 circa 2026 AD
First Appearance: Death's Head II#13 (December, 1993)
Powers/Abilities: An android duplicate sharing many of the memories and abilities of the skilled warrior Tigon Liger, this golem wielded a large hand-held blade, and he could strike with sufficient force to threaten the powerful Death's Head (Minion), at least when Death's Head mistook him for the real Liger and avoided using any of his potentially lethal weapons.
By Death's Head's assessment, the Liger golem was significantly stronger than the real Liger.
He apparently believed himself to be the real Liger until encountering Death's Head, which apparently set off some programming causing him to try to slay Death's Head.
Notably lacking from the Tigon Liger golem was Liger's smart gun-weapon, Clementine.
Height: 6'2" (assuming his height matched the real Tigon Liger)
Weight: Unrevealed (the real Liger weighed 182 lbs. (although that seems pretty light for a 6'2", well-built man), but given the alien robotic construction on an alien planet, its weight is difficult to estimate.
Hair: Dark blond
(Death's Head II II#15 (fb) - BTS) - Seeking to avoid the prying eyes of their time period, Algernon Crowe and Ormond Wychwood of Earth-616's Mys-Tech's Techno-Wizards made arrangements of the Alkemist and Lorson on Reality-49327's Mars colony' Clinton City circa 2026 AD.
Establishing a straight-tap wormhole between the two realities/times/locations, Mys-Tech financed Alkemist and Lorson's operation to fabricate golems (android replicas) of Earth's mightiest heroes using either living subjects or Mys-Tech's extensive database of previously scanned bio-traces.(Death's Head II II#14 (fb) - BTS) - Alkemist and Lorson established a base in Teefoebee (TerraForming Base command), the abandoned settlement of the first human colonizers on Mars; Clinton City had been built on the abandoned site.
Comments: Created by Dan Abnett, Salvador Larroca, Paul Scott, and Colin Fawcett as part of the Marvel UK imprint.
Golems seemed to be equivalent to
advanced Life Model Decoys. It seems to be a point of contention with
some folks (or one folk) with regards to what the term android means.
While there are multiple definitions and interpretations, the original
definition comes from the Greek root "andro" (man) and the term "oid"
meaning, like. At least in the Marvel Universe, the term "man" in this
usage is meant to refer to mankind, rather than male vs. female (while
I haven't seen the term in usage, the specific term to refer to taking
the form of a woman would be "gynoid"). It is most commonly/consistently
used as a specific type of robot in human form. While individual
stories/writers sometimes use their own terminology, that's the
official policy, spelled out by Mark Gruenwald, et al., in the Official
Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition and reiterated in subsequent editions.
If you believe differently...good for you, and have a nice day...
Death's Head (Minion) was originally called Death's Head II (as he was the successor of Death's Head (Freelance Peacekeeping Agent)), and that was part of the title of his comic. Minion was at least the 3rd or 4th Death's Head, depending on how you look at it (as he was preceded by Death's Head (Paxton Page), and Death-Stalker (Phillip Sterling) also used the alias "Death's Head" while impersonating the Page incarnation).
Anyway, this was the second series featuring "Death's Head II," and the title in the indicia was Death's Head II Volume 2, so we list it as Death's Head II II...and that's all I have to say about that...
This Tigon Liger golem originally had a sub-profile under Death's Head under his other assimilated minds/personalities from back around the time the profile was originally done, 7/31, 2003.
Profile by Snood.
The Tigon Liger golem should be distinguished from:
|(Death's Head II II#13-15 (fb) - BTS) - The Alkemist's golem program created at least six robotic duplicates of Warheads Kether Troop leader and Dark Guard
member Tigon Liger.
(Death's Head II II#14) - The Tuck golem that was allowed to escape from was confronted by a Liger golem.
Possessing Tuck's memories, she recognized the other golem as Liger, but he didn't recognize her, instead just seeing her as an ally allegedly on the run, like him.
After "Tuck" introduced herself, the Liger golem kept ranting about figuring a way out, and he told her to take lead while he covered the rear.
When she realized he was wasn't Liger, he loaded his gun at her.
"Tuck" then shoved his gun arm away so his gunfire widely missed her, and she punched him through the chest.
Seeing the gaping whole and the machinery, she realized he was a machine...and that she had to get out of this place!
--Death's Head II II#14
(Death's Head II II#13-15 (fb) - BTS) - The Alkemist's golem program created at least six robotic duplicates of Warheads Kether Troop leader and Dark Guard member Tigon Liger.
(Death's Head II II#15) - After Death's Head destroyed the Tuck golem when it failed a test test (as the golems couldn't taste anything), Death's Head, Captain Jeanet Hutch, and Pilgrim Kadagar were attacked by a Hutch golem and four Liger golems.
(Death's Head II II#15 - BTS) - Death's Head, Hutch, and Pilgrim golem took out their attackers in relatively short order and continued investigating the golem facility.
--Death's Head II II#15
Death's Head II II#13 (December, 1993) - Dan Abnett (writer), Salvador Larroca (penciler), Paul Scott & Colin Fawcett (inkers), Stuart Bartlett (editor)
Death's Head II II#14-15 (January-February, 1994) - Dan Abnett (writer), Salvador Larroca (penciler), Paul Scott (inker), Stuart Bartlett (editor)
First posted: 01/28/2022
Last updated: 01/28/2022
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