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Shellshock (Marvel)
Real Name: Gary Buser
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Powers:
None. Shellshock relied completely on his specialized gun which could fire a variety of specalized ammunition.

Bio:
Shellshock was originally an agent of Psycho-Man and during this time had run-in's with The Fantastic Four as well as their allies The Black Panther and The Inhumans. During one such battle, Shellshock was fairly easily defeated by The Black Panther. Shellshock fired a homing missile at the Panther, and the Panther in turn jumped behind Shellshock, making the missile hit Shellshock and knock him unconsciouss.

Later, working with Live Wire, Shellshock learned that Alicia Masters was moving into The Baxter Building and they decided to steal her sculptures. They hit a kink in their plan when The Thing insisted on riding on the back of the moving truck they were using. After taking a sharp corner and knocking The Thing off, they were quickly found and defeated by The Thing and members of The Yancy Street Gang. At this time, The Thing crused Shellshock's gun.

Later, when The Thing was hospitalized for injuries sustained during various battles, Shellshock returned with a new costume and a redesigned gun planning to kill the hero. He was thwarted by Ant-Man who summoned a small army of ants to swarm Shellshock. Shellshock ran and did not return.

Sometime later, Shellshock agreed to attend a meeting at "The Bar with No Name" to discuss the recent slayings of costumed villains by the assassin known as Scourge. Scourge revealed himself to be at the meeting disguised as the bartender and slaughtered Shellshock along with all the other villains that were in attendance at the meeting.

Notes:


First Appearance: Fantastic Four (1961) Annual 05

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Shellshock (Marvel) is a favorite character of 1 user

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Issue Appearances:
Captain America (1968)
Fantastic Four (1961)
Fantastic Four (2005)
Fantastic Four Adventures (2010)
FF: Fifty Fantastic Years (2011)
Giant-Size Fantastic Four (1974)
Marvel Two-In-One (1974)
Power Man (1974)
The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition (1985)

Group Affiliation(s):
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