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Kogar
Real Name: Li-Peng Kai
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Powers:
nstead of his left hand Kogar has a weapon, which has blades as well as can be transformed into a blaster.

Bio:
Kogar was a smuggler and was employed by Chang, Sklar and Black Jack Blue.

In Master of Kung-Fu, Shang's friend and ally Black Jack Tarr decides to infiltrate Kogar's criminal organization. He is blindfolded and take to their headquarters by two of Kogar's men. Tarr's decision to defeat the two men in combat impresses Kogar enough; he allows Tarr to join.

Kogar is ultimately defeated by Shang-Chi.

Kogar was revealed alive during the Civil War event and when the registration law was announced, he wanted to leave the country again. He contacted Vienna to make him a new fake identity, but he did not know Vienna was secretly working for the Heroes for Hire, who later apprehended Kogar and several other supervillains.

Notes:


First Appearance: Master of Kung Fu (1974) #62

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Issue Appearances:
Civil War: Battle Damage Report (2007)
Heroes For Hire (2006)
Maitre du Kung Fu, Les Mains de Shang-Chi (1974)
Master of Kung Fu (1974)
The New Avengers: Most Wanted Files (2006)

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