Angar the Screamer (Marvel)
Real Name: David Alan Angar
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Angar possesses the ability to vocally emit piercing screams that create convincing, seemingly tangible hallucinations in anyone who hears his voice. His screams sonically stimulate the chemcials of the brain, creating natural toxins that induce hallucinations. Angar cannot control the specific content of his victim's hallucinations. Instead they are products of the victim's own subsonscience. His power does tend to induce psychotic and nightmarish fantasies, however.
David Angar, a radical social activist, volunteered to undergo an experiment to confer upon him superhuman powers. Subjected to technology brought to Earth from Titan by the priestess Moondragon, Angar acquired unusual vocal powers. While Moondragon hoped to create more allies against the mad Titan Thanos, her erstwhile partner, Kerwin J. Broderick, employed Angar as a special operative for his own criminal enterprises. Angar's first assignment was to destroy Daredvil and the Black Widow, but Daredevil talked him ou t of becoming a murderer. Since then, Angar has used his power for personal gain, and his schemes have brought him in conflict with Iron Fist and the original Spider-Woman, among others.
First Appearance: Daredevil (1964) #100
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Avengers Spotlight (1989)
Avengers Unplugged (1995)
#4 Captain America (1968)
- 'The Old Ball and Chain'
#100 Iron Fist (1975)
- 'Mind Storm!'#101
- 'Vengeance In The Sky Diamonds!'#105
- 'Menace From The Moons Of Saturn!'#106
- 'Life Be Not Proud!'#107
- 'Blind Man's Bluff!'
#1 Marvel Comics Presents (1988)
- 'A Duel of Iron'#5
- 'When Slays the Scimitar!'#6
- 'Death Match!'#7
- 'Iron Fist Must Die!'
#97 Marvel Premiere (1972)
- 'Death's Servant / Where Everybody Knows Your Alias... / Blind Fury / Collision Course'
#25 Marvel: The Year-in-Review (1989)
- 'Morning of the Mindstorm!'
#1 New Avengers (2015)
- '1989 The Year in Review'
#7 Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. (1989)
- 'Fearful Symmetry'#12
- 'A.I.M. vs. S.H.I.E.L.D. Part I: What's Coming Next'#14
- 'A.I.M. vs. S.H.I.E.L.D. Part III: Knowledge Is Power'#15
- 'A.I.M. vs. S.H.I.E.L.D., Part IV: Quick, Make Something Up'#16
- 'A.I.M. vs. S.H.I.E.L.D., Part V: Dream Bigger, Darling'
#33 Power Man and Iron Fist (1981)
- 'Man Of Action'#34
- 'In The Field'#35
- 'More Men Of Action'
Power Man and Iron Fist (2016)
#34 The Amazing Spider-Man (2014)
- 'The Wildfire Express!'#35
- 'Farewell to L.A.!'#50
The Marvel Encyclopedia (2006)
The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe (1983)
#1 The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition (1985)
- 'A: From Abomination to Avengers Quinjet'
#1 Thunderbolts (1997)
- 'Abomination to Batroc's Brigade'
Annual 1997 Thunderbolts: From the Marvel Vault (2011)
- 'The Origin of the Thunderbolts'#21
- 'Decisions Part 2: Trust'#49
- 'New Beginnings'#52
- 'The Pursuit of Justice'#53
- 'The Parent Trap'#54
- 'Cat & Mouse'#55
- 'Does Anyone Remember -- Humus Sapien!?'#56
- 'Beyond Redemption!'#58
- 'Degrees of Evil'#59
- 'Silent Scream!'#163.1
New Revengers (Marvel)
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