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    Wicked

    Wicked

    Wicked is a fictional character created by Chris Claremont for Marvel comics' second installment of the series Excalibur. She is one of the few survivors of the island of Genosha which was decimated by the wild Sentinel attacks commissioned by Cassandra Nova. Not much is known about Wicked. She is one of the few survivors of the attack on Genosha's capital Hammer Bay. Right before the attack she had a fight with her mother about what she was wearing (her attire is associated with the gothic subculture). Her mother shouts that she was wicked, right before their house was destroyed by the Sentinels. No one knows how she survived, but she is next seen following Charles Xavier as he treks his way through the island. She confronts Xavier, angered by his X-Men's failure to protect the mutants of Genosha. The two are confronted by Unus and a few of his men. With the assistances of Wicked's friend Freakshow the confrontation is stalled, especially when Freakshow swallows Unus. (Neither is physically harmed by the experience). Freakshow and Wicked agree to be Xavier's students. They both come back after a gentle telepathic nudge encourages them to get a good sleep. Later on that day, Wicked
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    Takion

    Takion is a fictional character in the DC Comics comic book series which ran for 7 issues in 1996, and of the lead character of that series. The character was created by Paul Kupperberg and Aaron Lopresti. Josh Saunders, a blind psychologist, who was chosen by Highfather to become a Source Elemental and given the ability to manipulate the Source, because Highfather felt he was "a man without destiny" and therefore would not be missed. Highfather names him Takion of the Source and tells him that he must clean a taint from the Source. In reality, Takion was created as an Avatar of Highfather, as a security measure in the event of Highfather's death. In that moment, Takion was able to see everything, all his failures and victories, time was without boundary. He was even able to foresee Highfather's death. While trying to deal with the ebb and flow of energy through his body into and out of the Source, Josh attracts the attention of Captain Atom, the Flash, Green Lantern; after a brief fight, he easily defeats all three heroes and leaves the planet feeling that with his immense power levels, he was a threat to everyone on Earth. The problem was that unlike a New God, Takion has cosmic
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    Hack

    Hack is a fictional mutant character in the Marvel Comics Universe who first appearance was in Excalibur vol. 2 #2. Little is known about Hack before he made his appearance on the desolate island of Genosha. He was one of the few survivors after Cassandra Nova programmed her Wild Sentinels to decimate the island, killing over 16 million mutants. Somehow he found other survivors and allied himself with Unus the Untouchable and his gang. He was a very valuable asset on the island since all forms of electronic communication were eradicated or made useless by the resulting electro-magnetic damage. Inside of the gang, he became close friends with Hub and the two of them began to doubt if Unus' exclusive, clique-like strategy was the best way. When a mentally ill Scarlet Witch removed the mutant gene from over 90% of the mutant population, Hack was one of the many who lost his powers. However, Quicksilver—as an act of penance for his part in the worldwide depowering—stole some Terrigen crystals from the Inhumans in an attempt to repower some mutants. He started his mass efforts in Genosha and effectively restored the abilities of many on the island including Wicked, Freakshow, and
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    Hub

    Hub is a fictional mutant character in the Marvel Comics Universe. Her first appearance was in Excalibur vol. 3 #2. Little is known about Hub before she made her appearance on the desolate island of Genosha. She was one of the few survivors after Cassandra Nova programmed her Wild Sentinels to decimate the island, killing over 16 million mutants. Somehow she found other survivors and allied herself with Unus the Untouchable and his gang. She was a very valuable asset on the island since all forms of transport were eradicated or made useless by the resulting electro-magnetic damage. Inside of the gang, she became close friends with Hack and the two of them began to doubt if Unus' exclusive, clique-like strategy was the best way. When a mentally ill Scarlet Witch removed the mutant gene from over 90% of the mutant population, Hub was one of the many who lost her powers. However, Quicksilver—as an act of penance for his part in the worldwide depowering—stole some Terrigen crystals from the Inhumans in an attempt to repower some mutants. He started his mass efforts in Genosha and effectively restored the abilities of many on the island including Wicked, Freakshow, Purge, and Callisto.
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    Red Volcano

    Red Volcano is a fictional character, a comic book android supervillain published by DC Comics. He first appeared in DC Universe #0 (April 2008), and was created by Grant Morrison, Gail Simone and Aaron Lopresti. Red Volcano debuted in DC Universe #0, and returned in 2009's Red Tornado mini-series. Red Volcano was created by Professor Ivo and T.O. Morrow. Ivo uses him as an aide during his tenure as part of the Secret Society of Super Villains. He helps Ivo in collecting soil samples from various regions of Earth where acts of genocide took place over the past 100 years. This is a plot to create a golem called Genocide. Following the Final Crisis, he was with Cheetah's Secret Society of Super Villains. During the events of the Red Tornado miniseries, it is revealed that the Red Volcano is one of three other androids that were created besides the Red Tornado, the first of which was the Red Torpedo, a female water elemental who was the first of the four, and much later the Red Inferno, a fire elemental designed to look much younger than the other four. Of the four "siblings" representing the elements, the Red Volcano is an earth elemental who can manipulate molten rock and magma. The
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