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Real Name: Clark Finark
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Pseudo-Man used Pseudonic helemt to transmit an ever evolving self image into his mind. Through this program, he basically saw himself as a god, and 100% believed that he was. It enabled him to harness the power of his mind to enhance his physical abilities, even giving himself class 100 strength. He also gave himself virtual invulnerability and powerful eyebeams. Basically, he could give himself any power he wanted.

Clark Finark was a candidate for a midwestern congressional seat. He hired Pseudonix Inc., the public relations company owned by Lexington Loopner to manage his advertising campaign. During his run for congress, his opponet learned one small detail about Frank, he was actually an alien. His birth certificate stated that he was from the planet Veegwal (this was most likely due to his parents dabbling in a few drugs back in the 60's). His campaign imploded, and Frank placed the blame squarely on Loopner's shoulders. He stole the helmet which gave him his powers from Pseudonix and went after Loopner for vengance.

Loopner had been trying to contact She-Hulk for weeks, in order to give him protection. He offered her wealth beyond her imagining for this. During their first encounter, Pseudo-Man overpowered She-Hulk, but was defeated by her during their second battle. She-Hulk turned down Loopner's offer of wealth.


First Appearance: The Sensational She-Hulk (1989) #10

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