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Leonard Tippit

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Powers:
Leonard Tippit originally had no superhuman powers. However, the Watcher apparently activated the "Destiny Force" within Tippit's mind. The Destiny Force is the name for the virtually unlimited psionic powers potentially possessed by all human beings. The Watcher prematurely awakened these powers in Tippit, therefore he never attained the level of power possessed by Rick Jones or Franklin Richards. However, Tippit still possessed vast superhuman power. He could fire bolts of energy powerful enough to down Thor, teleport anywhere on the face of the Earth, and charge his body with energy that disrupted the Vision while he was intangible. Tippit eventually exhausted these powers battling the Avengers and teleporting around the world, but apparently they could return since the Watcher felt the need to lock him away forever. Tippit apparently did not possess superhuman strength, as he was knocked out by a single blow from Captain America.

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First Appearance: The Avengers (1963) #101

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Issue Appearances:
Avengers Assemble (2010)
Captain Marvel (1968)
The Avengers (1963)

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