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  • Mike Peterson war ein gewöhnlicher Mann, bis er von Centipede mit dem Versprechen, ihm Superkräfte zu geben, angeworben wurde. Da er jedoch die Geheimhaltung des Projekts gefährdete, wollte die Gruppe ihn ausschalten, was Phil Coulsons S.H.I.E.L.D.-Team verhinderte. Er wurde von Centipede in den biomechanischen Soldaten Deathlok verwandelt und ist mittlerweile ein S.H.I.E.L.D.-Agent.
  • Deathlok is published by Marvel Comics. Current price per issue is $3.99.
  • John Garrett is a supervillain and an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. and HYDRA, who became the first person to bear the mantle of Deathlok.
  • Young S.H.I.E.L.D. recruit Jason Todd had a bright future with the international crime-fighting agency. He was personally mentored by both S.H.I.E.L.D. director Bruce Wayne and Moonwing (Dick Grayson). Although Todd was sometimes reckless, he was nonetheless chosen to become the new Moonwing when Dick Grayson temporarily left S.H.I.E.L.D. to attends Oxford University.
  • Michael "Mike" Peterson is a cyborg S.H.I.E.L.D. agent. Peterson was an ordinary man until he was approached by a mysterious group who granted him superpowers through use of the Centipede Serum. However, when he compromised the secrecy of the project, they decided to eliminate him, but they were stopped by a group of S.H.I.E.L.D. agents led by Phil Coulson. Some time later, Peterson decided to join S.H.I.E.L.D. Peterson was later recaptured by the Centipede Project and transformed into the cybernetic operative, Deathlok. He was used by the Clairvoyant to keep people off his trail, including Coulson's Team.
  • Although initially announced as the new lead feature for Marvel's Worlds Unknown comic, under the title "Cyborg," the first Deathlok series ran in Astonishing Tales #25-36 (cover-dated Aug. 1974 - July 1976). This initial version of the character, Luther Manning, later guest-starred with Spider-Man in Marvel Team-Up #46 (June 1976), and the story from the cancelled Astonishing Tales comics was finished in Marvel Spotlight #33 (April 1977). The third Deathlok, S.H.I.E.L.D. espionage agent Jack Truman, debuted in an 11-issue limited series (Sept. 1999 - June 2000).
  • Imię i nazwisko: Micheal Collins, Henry Hayes Inne pseudonimy: Doctor Donut, The Cyborg, Robot Vigilante, Mustang Uniwersum: 616 Klasa: cyborg Tożsamość: tajna Narodowość: amerykanin Płeć: mężczyzna Wzrost: * Michael Collins: 6 '1 ", 7 '2 " (jako Deathlok) * Herny Hayes: 6 '2 " Waga: * Michael Collins: 200 Ibs (91kg), 825 Ibs (375kg) (jako Deathlok) * Henry Hayes: 325 Ibs (147kg) Kolor oczu: brązowy, u M.C. lewe żółte jako Deathlok, u H.H. lewe czerwone w trakcie aktywacji Kolor włosów: * Michael Collins: brązowe, jasny brąz (jako Deathlok) * Henry Hayes: czarne Rodzina:
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  • 16196
Char
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Portrayed By
  • Portrayed By
Main Character
  • Michael Peterson; Michael Peterson Disambiguation.jpg
  • Luther Manning; All-New Invaders Vol 1 9 Textless.png
Alignment
  • Bad
Goal
  • To take the GH-325
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Auftritte
  • Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Episode: 1.01, 1.10-1.11, 1.13, 1.20-1.22
TV Series
  • Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Sprecher
Dislikes
  • Weaknesses
Dargestellt von
Gruppe
Powers and Abilities
  • Powers and Abilities
minions
  • Centipede Group, Michael Peterson, Ian Quinn, Raina
Nationalität
  • US-Amerikanisch
Familie
  • Sohn Ace
Unlock
  • y
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Inspiration
  • The original character from Marvel Comics
Base of Operations
  • Base of Operations
Age
  • 37
Status
  • Alive
  • lebendig
Appearance
  • Burn on his neck, metal plate on his stomach.
Affiliation
  • *Centipede Project
Logo
  • Deathlok_logo.png
Actor
Name
  • Deathlok
  • John Garrett
  • Mike Peterson
Personality
  • Manipulative, devious
DOB
  • 1979-08-28
Group Affiliations
  • Group Affiliations
Traitor Game Roles
  • Traitor Game Roles
BoO info
  • NA
Alter Ego info
  • NA
Traitor Game History
  • Traitor Game History
Roles info
  • None
First TG Appearance
  • First TG Appearance
Portrayal info
Traitor Game Rivals
  • Traitor Game Rivals
Group info
  • Roxxon Corporation
First TG info
TG History info
™ / © Owner
  • ™ / © Owner
PA info
  • Strength, Teleportation, Repulsor Rays, Laser Claws, Undead.
Rivals info
  • None
™ / © info
  • Marvel Comics
Occupation info
  • Peacelok Unit
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Shows
  • Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Fate
  • Gets vaporized by the 0-8-4.
Character Name
  • Deathlok
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Alternate
  • 858
  • (SigmaVerse); No Image Male.jpg
  • (Modern Universe); No Image Male.jpg
Alias
  • Deathlok
  • Mikey
  • Mike Peterson
  • The Hooded Hero
  • Cyber-Soldier
  • Deathlok
  • Deathlok, The Clairvoyant
Species
  • Human
Title
  • Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Enemies
  • S.H.I.E.L.D., Phil Coulson, Skye, Melinda May, Jemma Simmons, Leo Fitz, Victoria Hand, Nick Fury
Image size
  • 250
Real Name
  • Michael Peterson
Related
  • Tharlock;Tharlock from Spider-Boy Team-Up 1 0001.jpg
  • Agent Garrett; John Garett 002.png
  • Death Locket(Becca Ryker); Rebecca Ryker 001.jpg
  • Deathborg; Deathborg .jpg
  • Deathlokpool; Wade_Wilson_.png
  • Deathlox; Deathlox .jpg
  • Deathsquawk; Deathsquak 1.jpg
  • Spiderlok(Earth-RFGD); Spiderman project rooftop by incognegro65-d46l33p.jpg
  • Luther Manning ; Luther_Manning_Clone.jpg
  • Luther Manning; Luther Manning from Mike Zeck 0001.jpg
  • Death Locket(Daniel DuBois)(Marvel Nexus); No Image Male.jpg
  • Agent John Garrett; John Garrett Disambiguation.png
Others
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  • Steve Rogers; Steven Rogers .jpg
  • Henry Hayes; Henry Hayes from Deathlok Vol 5 3 0001.png
  • (Marvel Unleashed); DeathlokEarth606.jpg
  • Jemma Simmons; Jemma Simmons from Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Vol 1 10 001.png
  • General("Bucky" Barnes); James Buchanan Barnes 001.jpg
  • Deathlok Prime; No Image Male.jpg
  • Deathlok(Robot); Marvel Two-In-One 54.jpg
  • Deathlok; Deathlock 0001.jpg
  • Emil Blonsky; Emil Blonsky .jpg
  • Henry Hayes; Deathlok .jpg
  • Jack Truman;Jack_Truman.jpg
  • Jason Todd; Jason Todd .jpg
  • John Kelly; John Kelly .png
  • Larry Young; Lawrence_Young.jpg
  • Luther Manning(Marvel Nexus); No Image Male.jpg
  • Luther Manning; Luther_Manning_Clone.jpg
  • Michael Collins; Deathlok.png
  • Mike Travers; Michael Collins .JPG
  • Steve Rogers; Captain America 26297.jpg
  • Deathlok Prime; Deathlok_Prime_ from_Uncanny_X-Force_Vol_1_5.jpg
  • Michael Collins (Modern Universe); No Image Male.jpg
  • Luther Manning (Modern Universe); Manning_Deathlok_Earth-61615.jpg
  • Wade Wilson; Wade_Wilson__from_Uncanny_X-Force_Vol_1_7_page_10.jpg
Occupation
  • Occupation
  • HYDRA agent within SHIELD, Ward's S.O. and founder of Centipede.
Friends
  • HYDRA, Cybertek, Grant Ward, Agent Jasper Sitwell, Alexander Pierce
Image File
  • Deathlok.jpg
Gender
  • Male
BP
  • all
Television
  • 503
  • (Assemble!); Deathlok II.png
  • Mike Peterson; Michael Peterson 004.jpg
Quote
  • "Phil, this is a battle for S.H.I.E.L.D.'s soul and we're on the front lines."
Teams
  • dbkwik:resource/Q7lz-82tfMQP50oXoSf4mw==
  • Deathloks; Uncanny X-Force Vol 1 5 Textless.jpg
  • Cybertek Mark Nine Demolishers; Cybertek Mark Nine Demolishers .jpg
  • Deathlok-Class Units; Deathlok Class Units from Astonishing X-Men Ghost Boxes Vol 1 1.png
Alter Ego
  • None
Bild
  • Shield 116 - End of the beginning.jpg
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Main Image Size
  • 200
  • 300
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  • Mike Peterson war ein gewöhnlicher Mann, bis er von Centipede mit dem Versprechen, ihm Superkräfte zu geben, angeworben wurde. Da er jedoch die Geheimhaltung des Projekts gefährdete, wollte die Gruppe ihn ausschalten, was Phil Coulsons S.H.I.E.L.D.-Team verhinderte. Er wurde von Centipede in den biomechanischen Soldaten Deathlok verwandelt und ist mittlerweile ein S.H.I.E.L.D.-Agent.
  • Imię i nazwisko: Micheal Collins, Henry Hayes Inne pseudonimy: Doctor Donut, The Cyborg, Robot Vigilante, Mustang Uniwersum: 616 Klasa: cyborg Tożsamość: tajna Narodowość: amerykanin Płeć: mężczyzna Wzrost: * Michael Collins: 6 '1 ", 7 '2 " (jako Deathlok) * Herny Hayes: 6 '2 " Waga: * Michael Collins: 200 Ibs (91kg), 825 Ibs (375kg) (jako Deathlok) * Henry Hayes: 325 Ibs (147kg) Kolor oczu: brązowy, u M.C. lewe żółte jako Deathlok, u H.H. lewe czerwone w trakcie aktywacji Kolor włosów: * Michael Collins: brązowe, jasny brąz (jako Deathlok) * Henry Hayes: czarne Rodzina: * Michael Collins: Tracy Collins (żona), Nick Collins (syn), Patricia Collins (córka), Bill Collins (brat), Arlene (szwagierka) * Henry Hayes: Aria Hayes (córka) Powiązania z grupami: * Michael Collins: S.H.I.E.L.D., Wild Pack, Secret Defenders * Henry Hayes: US Army
  • Deathlok is published by Marvel Comics. Current price per issue is $3.99.
  • Young S.H.I.E.L.D. recruit Jason Todd had a bright future with the international crime-fighting agency. He was personally mentored by both S.H.I.E.L.D. director Bruce Wayne and Moonwing (Dick Grayson). Although Todd was sometimes reckless, he was nonetheless chosen to become the new Moonwing when Dick Grayson temporarily left S.H.I.E.L.D. to attends Oxford University. As the new Moonwing, Jason Todd made a careless mistake that resulted in the death of another S.H.I.E.L.D. agent. Summarily dismissed from the ranks of S.H.I.E.L.D., Jason Todd became furious with his mentors and blamed them for his disgrace. Soon after, Jason Todd was caught in an explosion when the psychotic villain known as Hyena (Creed H. Quinn) detonated a bomb in an attempt to kill Bruce Wayne and Dark Claw (Logan Wayne). Although his body was never recovered, S.H.I.E.L.D. presumed that Jason Todd died in the bomb blast. But Jason Todd survived, barely. He was left broken and gasping for life under the rubble of a building. His body was recovered by agents of the criminal organization known as HYDRA and his damaged body parts were replaced with robotic parts, transforming Jason Todd into the cyborg known as Deathlok. As Deathlok, Jason Todd became an agent of HYDRA. Inside the Green Skull's Hydra Base Supreme, Deathlok participated in a coup led by Madame Cat (Selina Luthor) to overthrow Lex Luthor as Supreme Hydra. Deathlok looked on as Madame Cat seemingly killed her father by strangling him with her whip and then pledged allegiance to her as the new Supreme Hydra. Later, as S.H.I.E.L.D. agents attempted to launch a ground assault against Hydra Base Omega, Deathlok was one of Hydra's agents sent to engage the invading forces. On the battlefield, Deathlok soon spotted his former mentor Moonwing (Dick Grayson) and attacked him from behind. Deathlok revealed he had been waiting a long time to destroy both Dick Grayson and Bruce Wayne. Unmasking Moonwing, Deathlok accused Grayson and Wayne for abandoning him. Using his superhuman strength, Deathlok began to strangle Moonwing because he wanted to see Dick Grayson broken and gasping (just as Todd was left after the Hyena's bomb exploded). But before Deathlok was able to kill Moonwing, Colonel Nick Fury and Sergeant Joe Rock commandeered an aircraft and shot Deathlok several times in the back. Although he felt sorry for Jason Todd, Dick Grayson once again left him for dead so that he could continue the assault on Hydra Base Omega.
  • John Garrett is a supervillain and an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. and HYDRA, who became the first person to bear the mantle of Deathlok.
  • Michael "Mike" Peterson is a cyborg S.H.I.E.L.D. agent. Peterson was an ordinary man until he was approached by a mysterious group who granted him superpowers through use of the Centipede Serum. However, when he compromised the secrecy of the project, they decided to eliminate him, but they were stopped by a group of S.H.I.E.L.D. agents led by Phil Coulson. Some time later, Peterson decided to join S.H.I.E.L.D. Peterson was later recaptured by the Centipede Project and transformed into the cybernetic operative, Deathlok. He was used by the Clairvoyant to keep people off his trail, including Coulson's Team. After the downfall of the Centipede Project and the death of John Garrett, he decided to go off on his own seeking redemption for his past crimes as Deathlok. During this period, he was again recruited by a resurrected S.H.I.E.L.D. now led by Phil Coulson and began working directly for him in the continued fight against HYDRA. Coulson gave him the mission to hunt down HYDRA Scientist Doctor List, who eventually captured and tortured Peterson until he was rescued by the former members of Coulson's own team.
  • Although initially announced as the new lead feature for Marvel's Worlds Unknown comic, under the title "Cyborg," the first Deathlok series ran in Astonishing Tales #25-36 (cover-dated Aug. 1974 - July 1976). This initial version of the character, Luther Manning, later guest-starred with Spider-Man in Marvel Team-Up #46 (June 1976), and the story from the cancelled Astonishing Tales comics was finished in Marvel Spotlight #33 (April 1977). Deathlok subsequently appeared with the Thing, a member of the superhero team the Fantastic Four, in Marvel Two-in-One #26, 27, 28, 34 and #54, although one appearance was actually a robot and not the genuine Deathlok. The Luther Manning Deathlok then appeared in Captain America #286-288 (Oct.-Dec. 1983). A new Deathlok, Michael Collins, debuted in the miniseries Deathlok #1-4 (July-Oct. 1990, reprinted as Deathlok Special #1-4 the following year). He was the second Deathlok to be created in the modern era and also the second to be created for the traditional Marvel Universe. This second Deathlok went on to a 34-issue series cover-dated July 1991 to April 1994, plus two summer annuals in 1992 and 1993. The third Deathlok, S.H.I.E.L.D. espionage agent Jack Truman, debuted in an 11-issue limited series (Sept. 1999 - June 2000). Deathlok has also appeared in four issues of the limited series Beyond!, and Michael Collins, in human form and not as Deathlok, appeared in Fantastic Four #544-545 (May–June 2007). Multiple unnamed Deathlok units appear in Black Panther vol. 4, #1-6. Possessing no human sentience, they were automatons created from corpses of soldiers killed in Iraq.
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