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The Living Eraser (02)
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Bio:
After the original Living Eraser was executed, a new Living Eraser was chosen.

The new Living Eraser discussed his plans to bring irradiated humans back to Dimension Z with the Supremacy. After deciding that the Hulk was too unpredictable and unstable, he recommended using the She-Hulk. After seeing her, the Supremacy was instantly smitten with her and authorized any means necessary to bring her to him.

The Living Eraser brought She-Hulk back to Dimension Z, where the Supremacy revealed his plans to make her his wife. The attempted to force the She-Hulk in submission by holding her current boyfriend, Wyatt Wingfoot hostage. She-Hulk was easily able to overcome the armies of the Supremacy and free Wyatt while The Living Eraser escaped and hid. She-Hulk then forced the Supremacy to tell her where The Living Eraser was. She stole his dimensionizer and used it to return her and Wyatt to Earth. (This storyline took place during in the pages of The Sensational She-Hulk, a book famous for it's breaking of the fourth wall. When She-Hulk tried to use the dimnsionizer to return herself and Wyatt to Earth, it overloaded and ended up causing four or five blank pages near the end of the book. She-Hulk solved the problem by ripping through one of the pages and yelling at John Byrne to return her to her apartment in New York).

Notes:
The Living Eraser uses a device known as the Dimensionizer which can transport people to other dimensions, primarily between Earth and Dimension Z, although it has been used to travel to other realms as well. As the Dimensionizer passes over a surface, it turns it invisible, making it appear as if the victim is being erased. When the entire surface has been transformed, the being or object is transported across dimensions to its destination.

First Appearance: The Sensational She-Hulk (1989) #35

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Issue Appearances:
The Sensational She-Hulk (1989)

Group Affiliation(s):
Living Erasers

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