Razor-Fist (Marvel)(02 - Douglas Scott)
Real Name: Douglas Scott
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Razor Fist has no known superhuman powers. However, Razor Fist's physical strength, speed, stamina, agility, and reflexes are honed to the peak of human conditioning.
Razor Fist is highly skilled in multiple forms of hand to hand combat. His skills are sufficient to hold his own with the likes of Iron Fist, Spider-Man, Shang-Chi, and Wolverine.
Razor-Fist's hands were both replaced with retractable steel blades which he uses as weapons. At one point, he possessed bionic hands which contained spring-loaded blades that emerged from his wrists.
The current Razorfist began as a foe of Shang-Chi. Called Razor-Fist because of his fast punches, he also had a brother who took the same title and they pretended to be only one person. Both brothers lost one hand in a car accident, which were subsequently replaced by long knife-like stabbing weapons. Sometime after the first brother was killed the other brother (the current Razor Fist) lost his other hand. This happened in the Daughters of the Dragon mini-series. When he came up against Misty Knight, she managed to sever his hand.
Later, he fought Wolverine in Madripoor, and with the assistance of a mutant pseudo-vampire, was able to knock the weakened Wolverine off of a cliff. The mutant, Sapphire Styx, had drained all of Wolverine's strength with her vampiric powers. When next they fought, Wolverine barely beat him and appeared to kill him. Razor Fist's recovery from this seemingly fatal encounter has never been explained.
Razor Fist was also apparently killed by Elektra when he attempted to claim a bounty that had been put on her head. As with his previous apparent death his survival has not been explained. When he next appeared, battling Spider-Man, he had a set of cybernetic prostheses with blades attached. These were severed and broken by another martial artist named Cat. After this encounter Razor Fist was sent to prison.
In the wake of the great supervillain breakout in the pages of New Avengers, Razor Fist escaped along with all the other villains. He has recently appeared in the Toxin miniseries. There, he replaced both of his prosthetic hands with actual razors, and attracted a group of young children who are victims of self-harm. He was then easily defeated by the hero and returned to prison.
First Appearance: Master of Kung Fu (1974) #105
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Avengers Spotlight (1989)
Avengers Unconquered (2009)
#24 Avengers: The Initiative (2007)
- 'The Hordes Of Hellfire!'#28
- 'Fall Of The Avengers!'#34
- 'Siege Begins Here!'#35
- 'Earth's Mightiest Heroes Reunited At Last!'
#25 Captain America (1968)
- 'Avengers The Initiative Disassembled Conclusion'#26
- 'Up is Down'#28
- 'The Hammer Falls, Part 1 of 3'#34
- 'The Hammer Falls, Part 2 of 3'
#412 Civil War: Front Line (2006)
- 'Disguise the Limit'
#102 Dark Reign: The Cabal (2009)
- 'Without Fear: Part 3'
Dark Reign: The Hood (2009)
#1 Daughters of the Dragon (2006)
- 'Family Man'#5
- 'Chain of Command'
#1 Deadline (2002)
- 'On the Run'#2
- 'And Then There Were Two'
Deadly Hands of Kung Fu (2014)
#1 Elektra (1996)
- 'The Place of No Mind'#2
- 'No More Warnings'#4
#5 Heroic Age: Villains (2011)
- 'Fouteen Days'#6
#1 Invincible Iron Man (2008)
- 'Heroic Age Villains'
#20 Maitre du Kung Fu, Les Mains de Shang-Chi (1974)
- 'Stark: Disassembled Part 1'
Marvel Comics Presents (1988)
Marvel Deluxe - Los Nuevos Vengadores (2009)
#7 Master of Kung Fu (1974)
#105 New Avengers (2005)
- 'The Razor-Fist Connection'#106
- 'The Assassin Master'
New Avengers Finale (2010)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z (2008)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Wolverine 2004 (2004)
Origins of Siege (2010)
#5 Siege: Captain America (2010)
- 'Living in Darkness Part 5'
#81 The New Avengers: Most Wanted Files (2006)
- 'Shadow Of The Cat'
The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Master Edition (1990)
#608 Toxin (2005)
- 'Siege: Ragnarok, Part 2'
#1 West Coast Avengers (1985)
- 'The Strange Case of Pat Mulligan and Mr. Hyde'#2
- 'Cut to the Chase'#3
- 'The Answer, My Friend'#5
- 'Good Luck, Mulligan, Thanks For The Formaldehyde'#6
- 'The Razor's Edge'
#11 Wolverine (1988)
- 'Pride of the Regiment'
#167 Wolverine (2010)
- 'Blood Sport, 1 of 3'
#17 Wolverine Encyclopedia (1996)
- 'Goodbye Chinatown Part 1'#18
- 'Goodbye Chinatown Part 2'#19
- 'Goodbye Chinatown Part 3'
Wolverine: Save the Tiger (1992)
X-Force: Sex And Violence (2010)
#1#2 X-Men: To Serve And Protect (2011)
- 'Sex and Violence, Chapter 2'#3
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