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Carjack
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Powers:
Carjack was a big guy, strong guy, but not superhuman.

Bio:
Carjack was the head of a large carjacking ring operating in New York. He oversaw various henchmen and directed their activities. Three of his men, including Ebel, were stopped during a job by the superhero Thunderstrike and sent to jail.

One of Carjack's men, Sherman, brings him a car with blood on the seat. Carjack scolded him for lessening the resale value. Later, Bloodaxe, arrived at the chop shop having learned the location from the imprisoned crooks. Bloodaxe's attack was interrupted by Thunderstrike. When the place was surrounded by the police, Carjack got his men to remove their masks and leave, since none of their victims could identify them.

Avoiding jail time because of lack of evidence, Carjack and his men throw a party at their chop shop. Bloodaxe appeared and was again interrupted by Thunderstrike. Carjack ordered his men to fire on the superhuman and Bloodaxe redirected the shots killing several members of Carjack's gang. The battle brought down the building and the police found enough evidence to put Carjack and his surviving henchman in jail.

Out of jail and back at his criminal career, Carjack was confronted by the Judge, resulting in Carjack's death when the Judge unleashed the spirits upon him.

Carjack's body was found by the police, the seventh victim of the Judge.

Notes:


First Appearance: Thunderstrike (1993) #1

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Issue Appearances:
Deadline (2002)
Thunderstrike (1993)

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