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Murmur (DC) (02 - Michael Amar)
Real Name: Michael Christian Amar
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Bio:
Dr. Michael Amar, once a respected surgeon, succumbed to madness and started a killing spree to stop the voices in his head. This spree went through Central and Keystone City and caught the eye of police officers Fred Chyre and Joe Jackam. They later tracked Amar down with help from Barry Allen (Flash II). Part of Amar's psychosis was the inability to stop himself from blurting out his crimes. Because of these outbursts, he was quickly convicted and sentenced to death.

It was soon discovered that Amar's blood was so abnormal that lethal injection could not kill him. While incarcerated in Iron Heights prison, Amar cut out his own tongue and sewed his mouth shut so he would be unable to incriminate himself ever again. Wearing a thin mask of his own design, Amar became known as Murmur.

While in prison, Murmur was supplied with the anthrax virus that began killing the guards and prisoners and escaped during the riots it had caused. He then joined Blacksmith, who supplied him with the anthrax, and her Rogues. Afterward, Murmur struck out on his own.

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First Appearance: The Flash: Iron Heights (2001) OGN SC

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Issue Appearances:
DC Legends (2002)
DCU Infinite Holiday Special (2007)
Infinite Crisis (2005)
Man-Bat (2006)
Secret Six (2008)
The All New Atom (2006)
The DC Comics Encyclopedia (2004)
The Flash (1987)
The Flash Secret Files (1997)
The Flash: Iron Heights (2001)

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Rogues (DC)

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