Andrew 'Jock' Jackson (Marvel)
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Andrew Jackson joined the police force because he thought he could make a difference in the lives of the honest citizens of New York City. He volunteered for the special task force, Code: Blue, led by Lieutenant Marcus Stone also for the same reasons. He was a loyal ally and a staunch protector of those in need. Although having no super powers of his own, “Jock” Jackson’s gymnastic skills and combat experience allowed him to compete with other heroes such as those in Britain’s premiere super team Excalibur. They also allowed him to stay one step ahead of those that would do him harm like the members of the Wrecking Crew. He never thought of his own safety when he was called into action but rather the well-being of those who needed his assistance. Such was the case when he charged headlong onto a S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier with the costumed heroes Thunderstrike, and Spider-Man to rescue his teammates and Mary Jane Watson-Parker. Jackson showed his dedication while keeping his oath to uphold the law, and protect those around him no matter the cost to himself.
It was a sad day for Code: Blue, Thunderstrike, the agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and all others in the city of New York who witnessed the moment the life of this devoted Police Officer abruptly came to an end when he was killed in the line of duty. Attempting to apprehend the woman known as Pandara, an escaped serial killer, Officer Jackson threw himself between her and Thunderstrike to intercept a blast that would have executed Thunderstrike, but instead, he was killed instantly. Pandara was rendered unconscious by an enraged Thunderstrike, but her true defeat came when a recording was taken from Jackson’s body in which he taped Pandara’s confession to the murders of several individuals. The soundtrack would be enough to put Pandara away for a long time, and it appeared that even in death, criminals still had to fear the justice of Andrew “Jock” Jackson.
First Appearance: Thor (1966) #426
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Captain America (1968)
Cloak and Dagger (1990)
#19 Darkhawk (1991)
- 'In the Beginning...'
Fantastic Four (1961)
#372 Silver Sable and the Wild Pack (1992)
- 'No More the Hero!'
Spider-Man Unlimited (1993)
- 'Sangre Means Blood!'#5
- 'The Hidden War!'#7
- 'Loose Ends!'
Code: Blue (Marvel)
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