Real Name: Clement Wilson
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Ruckus is able to absorb the sound around him and send them back with concussive force through his vocal chords.
With the ability to absorb the sound waves around him and send them back with concussive force by screaming, Mr. Sinister favored Ruckus and often kept him in reserve. Unfortunately, Ruckus' youth makes him arrogant, as seen when he and his comrade (or possibly lover), Ramrod, robbed a convenience store and obliterated a group of police officers. The act did not go unpunished, and when returning to base, Ruckus was put in his place. While working with a renegade Madrox dupe, Ruckus was put in direct conflict with the mutant group X-Factor. Flying in a hovercraft, he went after Polaris, using the sound of a firecracker to amplify and literally rock her world. Polaris was eventually able to take him out, but he escaped with teammate Gorgeous George.
He appeared much later, along with the rest of the Nasty Boys, on a mission to stop Malice who had inhabited Havok's body. During the battle, Ruckus was the first to strike, using his power to catch Malice off guard. Eventually, X-Factor joined the battle and Ruckus was taken out by Strong Guy. After the battle, Mr. Sinister grabbed his Nasty Boys and fled.
He was eventually hired by Mystique to assassinate Senator Kelly, but failed to when the X-Men showed up. His current whereabouts are unknown, and whether or not he still serves Mr. Sinister remains a mystery, though Ruckus did retain his mutant powers after the M-Day.
Ruckus played a prominent role in the X-Men: Animated Series.
First Appearance: X-Factor (1986) #75
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All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z (2006)
#7 Extraordinary X-Men (2016)
- 'Victor Mancha to Phantazia'
Spectacular Spider-Man Adventures (1995)
#24 Spider-Man zur TV-Serie (1996)
- 'Sinister Intentions'
#14 The Adventures of Spider-Man (1996)
- 'Gefangen von Sinister'
#3 What If...? (1989)
- 'Sinister Intentions!'
#47 X-Factor (1986)
- 'What If Magneto Took Over the United States?'
#75 X-Men Forever (2001)
- 'The Nasty Boys'#104
- 'Final Sacrifice'
X-Men: Legacy (2013)
#11 X-Men: The Coming Of Triplikill (1994)
- 'Invasive Exotic Part Two'
- 'The Coming Of Triplikill'
Nasty Boys (Marvel)
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