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Bulldozer (Marvel)(01-Henry Camp)
Real Name: Henry Camp
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Powers:
Bulldozer shares the Asgardian enchantment originally given to the Wrecker, becoming transformed into a being of superhuman power, slightly less than an Asgardian god. He possesses vast superhuman strength and a high degree of invulnerability with some resistance to cold, heat, fire, corrosives and toxins. (When the Wrecking Crew believed their enchantment was fading, they sought augmentation by geneticist Arnim Zola, who used scientific means to restore their power.)

Bio:
Henry Camp was a U.S. Army master sergeant who turned to crime after being discharged. While in prison at Ryer’s Island, he met and befriended Dirk Garthwaite, a.k.a. the Wrecker. The Wrecker told his friends of the power he received by Karnilla, the Norn Queen, power enough to take on the thunder god Thor, and they orchestrated an escape. With fellow convicts Dr. Eliot Franklin and Brian Calusky, the four managed to retrieve the crowbar that housed the powers that had been drained from the Wrecker. Grasping the bar in an electrical storm, the Wrecker was restored, Franklin became Thunderball, Calusky became Piledriver, and Camp became Bulldozer. Together, they became known as the Wrecking Crew.
After their first foray against the Defenders, Bulldozer and the Wrecking Crew were inseparable, appearing with them in all their endeavors, including their abduction to Battleworld by the Beyonder and joining with Doctor Doom's army of super-villains. The Crew also joined Baron Zemo's Masters of Evil and Bulldozer was instrumental in helping bring down Hercules. After this, Thor used his hammer to draw the Wrecker’s away from the others who divided it, and Bulldozer was left powerless.

Months later, the Wrecker freed his Crew and restored their power once more. As before, wherever the Wrecking Crew was to be found, Bulldozer was among their number. They performed many other acts of villainy, although they had to deal often with the treachery of Thunderball, who craved the Wrecker’s power all for himself. Eventually, the Crew reconciled, seeking out Hercules once more. But battling them helped Hercules overcome the fear of combat he had suffered since the beating at their hands, and they were defeated.

Once, their powers began fading when many of Asgard's links to Earth were separated. The entire Crew received a power boost when hired by Arnim Zola to battle the Thunderbolts (unaware that the Thunderbolts included many of their former allies in the Masters of Evil).

The Wrecking Crew appeared together for various endeavors: hired by the likes of the Doomsday Man, battling heroes such as the Avengers and the Warriors Three, used as lackeys by Morgan Le Fay, among others. When the Crew was imprisoned in the Raft, they joined the massive breakout and escaped.

His daughter Marcy is introduced in Fantastic Four #3 (2014).

Notes:


First Appearance: The Defenders (1972) #17

Favorite Characters:
Bulldozer (Marvel)(01-Henry Camp) is a favorite character of 2 users

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Issue Appearances:
Alpha Flight (1983)
Avengers (1998)
Avengers Arena (2013)
Avengers Unconquered (2009)
Avengers Undercover (2014)
Avengers Unplugged (1995)
Avengers/JLA (2003)
Captain America (1968)
Captain America (Mexico) (2009)
Code of Honor (1997)
Damage Control (vol. 2) (1989)
Daredevil (1998)
Dark Reign: Made Men (2009)
Dark Reign: Made Men (Webcomics) (2009)
Dark Reign: The Cabal (2009)
Dark Reign: The Hood (2009)
Deadpool: Suicide Kings (2009)
Fantastic Four (1961)
FDNY Custom Comic (2011)
Fear Itself (2011)
Hämähäkkimies / Spider-Man (1980)
House of M: Masters of Evil (2009)
Hulk: Let the Battle Begin (2010)
Iron Fist (1975)
Journey Into Mystery (1996)
L'étonnant Spider-Man (1969)
Marvel Age (1983)
Marvel Comics Presents (2007)
Marvel Exklusiv (1998)
Marvel Holiday Special (1991)
Marvel Knights Spider-Man (2004)
Marvel Legends (2007)
Marvel Super Heroes Secret Wars (1984)
Marvel Team-Up (1997)
Marvel Universe: The End (2003)
Marvel Zombies 4 (2009)
New Avengers (2005)
New Avengers Finale (2010)
New Avengers: Illuminati (2007)
New Avengers: Illuminati (México) (2009)
New Excalibur (2006)
New Thunderbolts (2005)
Omega Flight (2007)
Punisher War Journal (2007)
Road Force (2014)
Runaways (2005)
Runaways (2008)
Secret Avengers (2010)
Secret Invasion (2008)
Secret Wars (1985)
Sentry: Fallen Sun (2010)
She-Hulk (2004)
Siege (2010)
Siege: Young Avengers (2010)
Spider-Man (2007)
Spider-Man & The Secret Wars (2010)
Super Hero Squad (2010)
Superior Spider-Man Team-Up (2013)
Tales of the Thing (2005)
The Amazing Spider-Man (1963)
The Astonishing Spider-Man (2009)
The Avengers (1963)
The Defenders (1972)
The Mighty World of Marvel (2003)
The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Master Edition (1990)
The Spectacular Spider-Man (1976)
The Superior Foes of Spider-Man (2013)
The Thing: Freakshow (2002)
Thor (1966)
Thor (1998)
Thunderbolts (1997)
Thunderbolts: Life Sentences (2001)
Uncanny Origins (1996)
Venom: Dark Origin (2008)
What If? House of M (2009)
Wolverine: Wendigo! (2010)
X-Men (2010)

Video Game Appearances:
Marvel Ultimate Alliance (2006)

Group Affiliation(s):
Hood's Criminal Syndicate
Masters of Evil (Marvel)
Wrecking Crew

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