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Gremlin (Marvel)(02 - Synthozoid)
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Powers:
The Gremlin could extend tendrils from its body, which it could use for varying effects, including typing, grasping, trapping, constricting, and linking with other mechanical devices, such as computer systems or phone lines. When it linked with the Vision, it affected his memory cells, causing him to lose some of his memory. When the Gremlin linked up with humans, it could gain control of their body and mind.

Bio:
The Gremlin was a German sythozoid constructed using a solar gem invented by and stolen from Phineas Horton, the creator of the android Human Torch. It was responsible for downing numerous Allied planes during World War II. It later resurfaced and tried to destroy fellow sythozoid the Vision, who allied with Horton's granddaughter Victoria Anderson and Derek Hoffman, son of one of the Gremlin's WWII victims, to destroy it.

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First Appearance: Avengers Icons: The Vision (2002) #2

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Issue Appearances:
Avengers Assemble (2010)
Avengers Icons: The Vision (2002)

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