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Volton
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Powers:
The android Volton is super-strong, can fly, emit bolts of lightning and can electrify his hands.

Bio:
Thomas Bradley, aka Doctor Nemesis, was the co-creator with Professor Phineas Horton of the Human Torch (I). Bradley did not get any credit for creating the android, so he decided to build another crime-fighting android. His second android he named "Volton," and initially Volton began fighting crime, just as the Torch did.

But soon enough Volton went bad, and he eventually fought the Invaders as a member of the Battle-Axis, alongside Bradley (who was now callling himself "Doctor Death"), the Human Meteor, Strongman, and Spider Queen. At the end of the battle with the Invaders Volton turned on Bradley and killed him.

Volton's post-1942 history and current status are unknown.

Notes:
The original Golden Age version of Volton (containing no links to Dr. Nemesis or the Human Torch) is in the public domain.

First Appearance: None listed.

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Volton is a favorite character of 1 user

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Issue Appearances:
Cat-Man Comics (1941)
The Invaders (1993)

Group Affiliation(s):
Battle-Axis
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