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Danger Man (Marvel)

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2011-01-17 17:54:59 Cononach Alias Danger Man Danger Man (Marvel)
2008-12-10 02:44:56 Merrik Powers Danger Man possesses superhuman strength (lifting up to about 80 tons) and hearing and can breathe underwater and emit destructive atomic energy beams. He can also channel his energy into his hands for a powerful "atomic punch." Atomically fueled, Danger Man no longer requires food for sustenance. Danger Man likely possesses additional powers not yet demonstrated. Dan possesses superhuman strength (able to life somewhere around 80 tons), is able to breathe underwater, has superhuman hearing and is able to emit destructive atomic energy beams. If he channels his energy through his hands, he's able to use it while punching, creating something called an "atomic punch."
2008-12-10 02:44:56 Merrik Weaknesses If he becomes enraged for a prolonged period of time, Danger Man's powers flare out of control and he runs the risk of a self-destructive meltdown. Dan can't become enraged or stressed for prolonged periods of time. If he does, he runs the risk of his powers going out of control and could possibly have a self-destructive meltdown.
2008-12-10 02:44:56 Merrik Bio Dan Jermain was a Roxxon safety inspector supervising the installation of catwalk signs to warn employees of open vats of hard atomic water below. When a falling barrel knocked Jermain into a vat, the radioactive soup within mutated him into an atomic-powered superman. Nicknamed "Danger Man", Jermain found his new powers to be a curse rather than a boon, learning that his insurance company didn't cover superhuman-related accidents after he nearly inadvertently crushed his wife. Alienated from his family and ostracized from society, the depressed Germain hired superhuman law firm, Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzberg & Holliway, where one of the firm's newest attorneys, Jennifer Walters (She-Hulk) was assigned to his case. Walters sued Roxxon and used "secret identity" shield laws to suppress evidence of Jermain's newfound powers, resulting in a jury award of $85 million to cover treatment, therapy and family counselling. Later, when She-Hulk was placed on trial by the Time Variance Authority for time travel transgressions, Danger Man was one of many witnesses called by the defense to testify on She-Hulk's behalf. Bio taken from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z (2008) - HC vol. 03. Dan Jermain worked for Roxxon and was accidentally knocked into an open vat of hard atomic water. This caused Dan to gain his atomic based superhuman powers. Dan unfortunately didn't see this as a plus, but instead a tragedy. He accidentally injured his wife not being able to control his own strength, was in the process of completely destroying his entire house by accident, and was considered a bit of a freak in his neighbourhood. Dan's insurance didn't cover any kind of superhuman related accidents or injuries, so he and his family were quickly going broke. Dan hired the lawfirm of Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzberg & Holliway where She-Hulk, as Jennifer Walters was assigned to his case. Walters successfully sued Roxxon and Dan was awarded $85 million to cover stress, treatment and therapy for his family. Later when She-Hulk was placed on tril by the Time Variance Authority, Dan was one of many witnesses that was called to testify on the behalf of She-Hulk.
2008-11-30 19:09:42 Merrik Bio Dan Jermain was a Roxxon safety inspector supervising the installation of catwalk signs to warn employees of open vats of hard atomic water below. When a falling barrel knocked Jermain into a vat, the radioactive soup within mutated him into an atomic-powered superman. Nicknamed "Danger Man", Jermain found his new powers to be a curse rather than a boon, learning that his insurance company didn't cover superhuman-related accidents after he nearly inadvertently crushed his wife. Alienated from his family and ostracized from society, the depressed Germain hired superhuman law firm, Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzberg & Holliway, where one of the firm's newest attorneys, Jennifer Walters (She-Hulk) was assigned to his case. Walters sued Roxxon and used "secret identity" shield laws to suppress evidence of Jermain's newfound powers, resulting in a jury award of $85 million to cover treatment, therapy and family counselling. Later, when She-Hulk was placed on trial by the Time Variance Authority for time travel transgressions, Danger Man was one of many witnesses called by the defense to testify on She-Hulk's behalf. Dan Jermain was a Roxxon safety inspector supervising the installation of catwalk signs to warn employees of open vats of hard atomic water below. When a falling barrel knocked Jermain into a vat, the radioactive soup within mutated him into an atomic-powered superman. Nicknamed "Danger Man", Jermain found his new powers to be a curse rather than a boon, learning that his insurance company didn't cover superhuman-related accidents after he nearly inadvertently crushed his wife. Alienated from his family and ostracized from society, the depressed Germain hired superhuman law firm, Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzberg & Holliway, where one of the firm's newest attorneys, Jennifer Walters (She-Hulk) was assigned to his case. Walters sued Roxxon and used "secret identity" shield laws to suppress evidence of Jermain's newfound powers, resulting in a jury award of $85 million to cover treatment, therapy and family counselling. Later, when She-Hulk was placed on trial by the Time Variance Authority for time travel transgressions, Danger Man was one of many witnesses called by the defense to testify on She-Hulk's behalf. Bio taken from Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z (2008) - HC vol. 03.
2008-11-30 01:40:32 Merrik Powers Danger Man possesses superhuman strength (lifting up to about 80 tons) and hearing and can breathe underwater and emit destructive atomic energy beams. He can also channel his energy into his hands for a powerful "atomic punch." Atomically fueled, Danger Man no longer requires food for sustenance; however, if he becomes enraged for a prolonged period of time, his powers flare out of control and he runs the risk of a self-destructive meltdown. Danger Man likely possesses additional powers not yet demonstrated. Danger Man possesses superhuman strength (lifting up to about 80 tons) and hearing and can breathe underwater and emit destructive atomic energy beams. He can also channel his energy into his hands for a powerful "atomic punch." Atomically fueled, Danger Man no longer requires food for sustenance. Danger Man likely possesses additional powers not yet demonstrated.
2008-11-30 01:40:32 Merrik Weaknesses If he becomes enraged for a prolonged period of time, Danger Man's powers flare out of control and he runs the risk of a self-destructive meltdown.
2008-11-30 01:40:32 Merrik Bio Dan Jermain was a Roxxon safety inspector supervising the installation of catwalk signs to warn employees of open vats of hard atomic water below. When a falling barrel knocked Jermain into a vat, the radioactive soup within mutated him into an atomic-powered superman. Nicknamed "Danger Man", Jermain found his new powers to be a curse rather than a boon, learning that his insurance company didn't cover superhuman-related accidents after he nearly inadvertently crushed his wife. Alienated from his family and ostracized from society, the depressed Germain hired superhuman law firm, Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzberg & Holliway, where one of the firm's newest attorneys, Jennifer Walters (She-Hulk) was assigned to his case. Walters sued Roxxon and used "secret identity" shield laws to suppress evidence of Jermain's newfound powers, resulting in a jury award of $85 million to cover treatment, therapy and family counselling. Later, when She-Hulk was placed on trial by the Time Variance Authority for time travel transgressions, Danger Man was one of many witnesses called by the defense to testify on She-Hulk's behalf.
2008-11-30 01:34:05 Merrik Powers Danger Man possesses superhuman strength (lifting up to about 80 tons) and hearing and can breathe underwater and emit destructive atomic energy beams. He can also channel his energy into his hands for a powerful "atomic punch." Atomically fueled, Danger Man no longer requires food for sustenance; however, if he becomes enraged for a prolonged period of time, his powers flare out of control and he runs the risk of a self-destructive meltdown. Danger Man likely possesses additional powers not yet demonstrated.
2008-11-30 01:34:05 Merrik Bio former Roxxon-worker, was super-powered after chemical accident


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