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Smasher (Marvel)(04 - Jon Peahl)
Real Name: Jon Peahl
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Powers:
Smasher possessed superhuman strength and was able to lift somewhere between 10-25 tons.

Bio:
An ally of the Daredevil enemy Death-Stalker, Smasher was sent by him to steal some equipment from the L.A. Science Institute. Daredevil was able to connect Smasher to Death-Stalker (who was posing as Death's Head at the time, hoping to learn the secrets of Paxton Page's cobalt experiments by kidnapping his daughter Karen Page) and tracked him to the Science Institute where the two battled. Smasher was able to knock Daredevil unconscious and then brought him to Death-Stalker. After awaking, Daredevil was able to free himself and Karen Page.

Later, Death-Stalker and Smasher once again tracked down Daredevil and Karen Page. As Daredevil and Smasher battled, Death-Stalker removed his glove in preparation to use his death touch on Daredevil. Daredevil flipped Smasher, who then landed on Death-Stalker. Death-Stalker then used his exposed hand to shove Smasher out of the way, killing him within seconds.

Notes:


First Appearance: Daredevil (1964) #138

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Issue Appearances:
Daredevil (1964)
Ghost Rider (1973)

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