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Almost nothing in Pierce Brosnan's third at-bat is remarkable.Despite some great ideas on paper -- a slowly dying adversary who can't feel pain!Noticing some cops spying on their home, Babara went to the GCPD. Asking if it was his co-workers or the thugs, Barbara stopped herself and told him that they were the same.After he warned her being near the GCPD was dangerous at night, Barbara informed him that their home was being stalked.
in drug-induced stupor, strengthened by Hate-Monger’s televised rally, escaped, took over cult of Kali faction & had their former leaders killed, moved to west coast, had Adrienne Hatros murdered, took over Hatros identity, secretly ran Hatros Institute for Emotional Research as Adrienne Hatros, used Institute to study hatred (Spider-Woman #16, 1979); arranged for new prospective patient Jessica Drew to be hired as clinic receptionist so they could ensure her regular presence as a subject for emotion studies (Spider-Woman #13, 1979); spied on Drew, watched Drew form a connection with Lindsay Mc Cabe, hoped to unlock the secrets of Drew’s effects on the emotions of others (Spider-Woman #14, 1979); led Cult of Kali in capturing S. Gordon offered to give her a police escort for her safety, but Babara told him that the police were the ones stalking them.Hearing her father mumble "so it's come to this", Barbara was surprised when he gave her a radio and list of channels that the corrupt cops use. Strange faces Shadowqueen, accesses final Sa'arpool (Doctor Strange #42-45, 1980-1981); single N'Garai escaped from Cairn, attacked Kitty Pride (Uncanny X-Men #143, 1981); banished Belasco to Limbo after his failure to bring them to Earth (Ka-Zar #13, 1982); in Puffball Collective's dimension, vs Hulk (Incredible Hulk #308, 1985); summoned in the town of Perfection, killed most residents (Darkhold #3-4, 1993); attempted to safeguard Victoria Montesi while she was pregnant with Chthon (Marvel Comics Presents #145, 1993); many killed by Wolverine in home dimension (Wolverine '95 Annual, 1995); Belasco used Bloodscream in another attempt at summoning (X-Men Unlimited #9, 1995); former slave race Ru'Tai usurped control of home dimension, Kierrok killed (X-Men #75, 1999); alongside Belasco, vs X-Men, all cairns on Earth destroyed (Black Sun: X-Men #1-5, 2000) First Appearance: Daredevil #58 (2004) Significant Issues: Student nurse Linda Carter’s adventures (Linda Carter: Student Nurse #1-9, 1961-1963); nurses Linda Carter, Georgia Jenkins, & Christine Palmer attended & graduated from nursing school, initially hostile due to their different backgrounds, found common ground in caring for patients, Linda lost her boyfriend Marshall Michaels because she refused to give up on her career & become his housewife, Georgia’s brother Ben tricked by criminal Rocky into nearly blowing up the hospital generator to blackmail the city, Ben shot by Rocky when refused to actually blow it up, Rocky distracted by Georgia & Linda until Christine arrived with the police who arrested both men (Night Nurse #1, 1972); Christine began working for & dating surgeon Doctor William Sutton until Linda & surgery resident Jack Tryon exposed Sutton’s drug & alcohol addictions as well as the related patient mortalities & other crimes, Ben Jenkins’ trial went poorly (Night Nurse #2, 1973); Christine disappeared, Linda & Georgia forced to protect hospitalized racketeer leader Victor Sloan from rival Joe “The Scar” Bronson, Linda forced to remind Georgia of her Nightingale pledge because she so strongly resented Sloan’s freedom while her brother was in prison (Night Nurse #3, 1973); Christine took a private job as a physiotherapist for Derek Porter at Seacliff Manor until she discovered that Derek was not really paralyzed & was using the location to smuggle drugs, Derek fell off cliff while trying to kill her (Night Nurse #4, 1973); current Night Nurse treated Yakuza-injured Daredevil (Daredevil #58, 2004); Christine met Nightcrawler/Kurt Wagner at Metro Hospital, assisted him in investigating the mysterious deaths of 13 children (Nightcrawler #1-4, 2004-2005); Christine’s offer of more than friendship with Kurt rebuffed, expressed willingness to remain friends (Nightcrawler #5-6, 2005); Christine treated Kurt after he was injured in assault by Vermin (Nightcrawler #7, 2005); Christine accompanied Kurt & Wolverine in investigating magical assaults, encountered the demon Hive who possessed Wolverine & then skewered Christine, magically healed by Magik/Amanda Sefton (Nightcrawler #8-11, 2005-2006); current Night Nurse treated Cage after bombing (Pulse #9, 2005); Christine present at Kurt’s surprise birthday party, declined Kurt’s offer of relationship in favor of returning to mother in Tucson Arizona (Nightcrawler #12, 2006); Christine informed Reed Richards of the imminent death of Martin Simms (Marvel Knights: 4 #28, 2006); current Night Nurse interviewed by Ben Urich, treated Daredevil after shot by Paladin, Elektra unimpressed with her care & summoned the Hand to mystically heal Daredevil, Ben Urich forced to reveal Night Medical Center’s location, subsequently stormed by the F. Big to their deaths (Hulk Comic #7-11, 1979); encountered Scoop Daly for first time (Hulk Comic #12-14, 1979); took on Dragon Tong, vs Dragonfire, humiliated Yi Yang (Hulk Comic #15-20, 1979); Yi Yang took revenge by exposing him to both immortality & slow poison (Marvel Super-Heroes #390, 1982); investigated death of Herbert Walpole (Savage Action #1-2, 1980); outplayed Chess Master (Savage Action #3-4, 1981); defeated Armorer (Savage Action #6, 1981); vs Deathmaster (Savage Action #8, 12-15, 1981-1982); investigated death of Oscar Charlesworth (Marvel Super-Heroes #382-383, 1982); stopped Numbers Killer (Marvel Super-Heroes #384, 1982); prevented racist murder (Marvel Super-Heroes #385, 1982); helped Mike Macey solve partner’s murder (Marvel Super-Heroes #386 & 389, 1982); learned of antidote to his pain, tried to extort it out of Scoop Daly, is shot & fell in river (Marvel Super-Heroes #390-391, 1982); recovered mask from Howard Bates (Marvel Super-Heroes #392-393, 1982-1983); given cure by Sadie Daly (Marvel Super-Heroes #394-395, 1983); took cure, began hunting Yi Yang (The Daredevils #6, 1983); tracked Yi Yang through her Tong’s cocaine shipments, nearly trapped in setting concrete, duped into thinking Yi Yang had suffered this fate (The Daredevils #7-10, 1983); learned of Yi Yang’s survival, took on Swords of the New Dawn & Ghost Tiger (The Daredevils #11/Mighty World of Marvel #7-8, 1983-1984); stalked & killed Don Salvatore Vischetti (Mighty World of Marvel #9, 1984); traced Yi Yang to Wilderness Base, destroyed ship she was on with miniature nuclear rocket (Mighty World of Marvel #10-11, 1984); took down Gladiator Club (Mighty World of Marvel #12, 1984); visited elderly & dying Bill Hershey in hospital (Mighty World of Marvel #13, 1984); hit by train, awoke during autopsy, met Angela Cleaver (Mighty World of Marvel #14-16, 1984); encountered other immortals (Mighty World of Marvel #17/Savage Sword of Conan #85, 1984); saved life of Diamond Back (Savage Sword of Conan #86, 1984); stopped arsonist Tony Meyer (Savage Sword of Conan #87, 1985); killed gangster Paulo Riggio (Savage Sword of Conan #88, 1985); destroyed diseased vampire Edgar (Savage Sword of Conan #89-90, 1985); allowed Inez White to take revenge for death of lover decades past (Savage Sword of Conan #91, 1985); killed serial killer Morton P. agents Jerry Hunt & Laura Brown, tried to sacrifice them in a ritual foiled by Shroud & Spider-Woman, cultists captured while Nekra escaped (Spider-Woman #15, 1979); devised antidote to resist Drew’s pheromone influence & free herself from all emotional weakness, lured Drew into ambush, fought savage battle until drug wore off & she became submissive, beaten into coma by Drew (Spider-Woman #16, 1979); captured by Ticktock & Locksmith along with many other super-beings, freed by Spider-Woman, Gypsy Moth & others (Spider-Woman #50, 1983); became Grim Reaper’s lover & joined his Lethal Legion, learned voodoo arts from Black Talon, helped Talon raise zombie army, alongside Reaper & Talon, vs Vision & Scarlet Witch, escaped with Reaper & Talon (Vision and the Scarlet Witch #1, 1985); questioned Reaper’s racial prejudice (West Coast Avengers #2, 1985); vs Avengers, Vision, Scarlet Witch & Pym, defeated Tigra & Pym, escaped (Vision and the Scarlet Witch #2, 1985); recovered Reaper’s corpse, fled into Subterranea, raised Reaper as a zombie, raised Boston mob assassin Brady Kent as a zombie, killed proprietor while helping Reaper & Kent rob Bernie’s Sporting Goods, alongside Reaper & Kent, vs Magneto & Wonder Man, betrayed by Reaper when he learned he was a zombie, Reaper died again after he subdued Nekra (Vision and the Scarlet Witch #12, 1986); as Hatros, opened new Hatros Clinic in Shriver Cove Massachusetts, converted townsfolk to her cult of hatred & spurred them to drive off outsiders, townsfolk freed by Spider-Man & Pym, Nekra escaped with Reaper’s body (Web of Spider-Man #46, 1989); fled America due to introduction of Super-Powers Registration Act, unwittingly compelled by Llan the Sorcerer to go to Winnipeg, vs Vindicator, alongside Scorpion, Owl & Asp, vs Alpha Flight & Gamma Flight teams, villains defeated & subdued (Alpha Flight #79-80, 1989-1990); transferred to Vault along with many other recaptured super-criminals, transfer overseen by Avengers & Fantastic Four (Avengers Spotlight #29, 1990); shared passionate kiss with fellow inmate Mister Hyde during mass escape/bomb scare, recaptured by Avengers & Freedom Force, refused to assist them, roughed up by Blob (Avengers: Deathtrap - The Vault, 1991); raised now-buried Reaper as a zombie again, imbued him with power to sustain his unlife by fatally stabbing someone with his scythe every 24 hours, slain by Reaper (Avengers West Coast #65, 1990); resurrected as a witch by Hellstorm, sent to determine whatever threat Druid posed & defuse it, exploited Druid’s geis to strip him of his power, shot Druid dead after he gained enough new power to threaten the world, helped Hellstorm burn Druid’s corpse (Druid #2-4, 1995); attended underworld auction of the Venom symbiote (Marvel Knights: Spider-Man #6, 2004) First Appearance: Thor #132 (1966) Origin: Thor #134 (1966) Significant Issues: Jane Foster brought to Mount Wundagore, Man-Beast created, New Men left Earth (Thor #132-135, 1966); New Men temporarily de-evolved (Tales to Astonish #94-96, 1967); Inheritor from Beyond vs Hulk (Incredible Hulk #149, 1972); founded home on Counter-Earth, Man-Beast amassed rogue forces, Adam Warlock vs Man-Beast (Marvel Premiere #1-2/Warlock #1-8/Incredible Hulk #176-178, 1972/1972-1973/1974); war vs Rigellians (Iron Man #110-112, 1978); Tabur vs Tigra (Marvel Premiere #42, 1978); Mongoose vs Thor (Thor #391, 1988); aided High Evolutionary with genetic bomb (Avengers Annual #17, 1988); Thor aided Knights in saving High Evolutionary (Thor #406-408, 1989); Count Tagar became New Immortal (Thor #422, 1990); destruction of Counter-Earth revealed (Warlock and the Infinity Watch #4, 1992); alongside Silver Sable, Knights vs Cyberwarriors (Silver Sable and the Wild Pack #12, 1993); Man-Beast led Ani-Mutants vs Thor & Godpack (Thor #472-475, 1994); Animen & Cult of the Jackal warred over Jackal's legacy (Scarlet Spider Unlimited #1, 1995); White Tiger joined Heroes for Hire (Heroes for Hire #1, 1997); Quicksilver made leader of Knights, Knights infiltrated by Man-Beast (Quicksilver #1-12/Heroes for Hire #15-16/Marvel Comics Annual 1998 Starring Heroes for Hire & Quicksilver, 1997-1998/1998/1998); New Men served Mister Sinister (Uncanny X-Men #380, 2000); Bobo defended by She-Hulk (She-Hulk #5, 2004) First Appearance: (As New Son) Gambit #7 (1999); (as X-Cutioner) Gambit #17 (2000); (as New Sun) Gambit #22 (2000) Origin: Gambit #24 (2001) Significant Issues: Summoned Gambit to his crystal cathedral and warned him of Apocalypses machinations (Gambit #8, 1999); Introduced to Quiet Bill by Courier (Gambit #10, 1999); Saves Sabretooth's life using Adamantium from the Constrictors coils (Gambit #11, 1999); Recruited Archangel to kill Gambit (Gambit #14, 2000); Showed Fontanelle glimpses of other realities where Gambit had died (Gambit #15, 2000); Put out a contract on Gambit (Gambit #16, 2000); Enters into the assassination game disguised as X-Cutioner (Gambit #17-19, 2000); Confronted by Gambit and the X-Men in his Crystal Cathedral (Gambit Annual 2000); Revealed his chosen name as being New Sun (Gambit #22, 2000); Fought Gambit and was impaled by a falling statue (Gambit #24, 2001) First Appearance: (Y'Garon) Giant-Size Dracula #2 (1974); (Kierrok) X-Men #95 (1975); (warrior N'Garai) Uncanny X-Men #143 (1981); (super-evolved N'Garai) Black Sun: X-Men #1 (2000) Origin: Marvel Comics Presents #145 (1993); Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #22 (1976) Significant Issues: Y'Garon used Sa'arpool, foiled by Dracula (Giant-Size Dracula #2, 1974); cairn near X-Men mansion broken, Kierrok vs X-Men (X-Men #96, 1975); summoned by Jimmy Cruz in attempt to slay Satana (Haunt of Horror #4, 1974); Camarilla of N'Garai attempted to sacrifice Satana (Marvel Preview #7, 1976); Dhasha Khan attempted summoning (Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #24, 1976); Kulan Gath used second Sa'arpool, fights Spider-Man, Red Sonia (Marvel Team-Up #79, 1979); Dr. (Daredevil #80, 2006); current Night Nurse treated choking Spider-Man behind the scenes (Spider-Man/Black Cat: The Evil That Men Do #6, 2006) First Appearance: Hulk Comic #1 (1979) Significant Issues: Born in southern Alberta, raised in orphanage, spent time with Mohawk grandfather in woods, dreamed of ravens flying in the night & feeding on the dead (Night Raven: House of Cards, 1995); moved to New England to stay with uncle, befriended Bill Hershey, enlisted in 1915, spent 2 years in boot-camp, sent to Ypres, nearly drowned in mudhole, shipped home with shell-shock, spent time in asylum (Might World of Marvel #13, 1984); by late 1920s became vigilante Night Raven, tried to protect Inez Pearl, destroyed career of corrupt congressman Harold Chase (Night Raven: House of Cards, 1995); infiltrated mob meeting (Hulk Comic #1, 1979); ended "Madman" Mc Hooey's siege (Hulk Comic #2, 1979); brought down Taxman (Hulk Comic #3-4, 1979); dealt corrupt gambler "Ace" Diamond a losing hand (Hulk Comic #5-6, 1979); vs Assassin, sent both him & Mr.
Prior to the start of shooting for the show, Cudlitz had a large mole removed from his right upper lip, which had previously been a signature feature of his appearance. From February 2014 until October 2016, he appeared in the AMC TV show The Walking Dead as Sergeant Abraham Ford, a character from the comic series of the same name.