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Shadow Stalker (Marvel)(01 - Unknown)
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Powers:
Accomplished martial artist.

Bio:
Considering the Shadow-Stalker to be his most trusted and highly regarded agent among the Si-Fan, Fu Manchu dispatched him to kidnap Sir Denis Nayland Smith of MI-6. Using one of Fu Manchu's Phansigars to blow out the tire of Smith's car, and provide a distraction for Shang-Chi, Shadow-Stalker swooped down as soon as Shang was gone, and quickly struck Black Jack Tarr, Clive Reston and Sir Denis Nayland Smith unconscious. He then carried Smith's body back to Fu Manchu's base hidden beneath Buckingham Palace.
When Shang-Chi came to Buckingham Palace in pursuit of Smith, Fu Manchu had him and Shadow-Stalker chained to a post in a concrete pit, and informed Shang that if he defeated Shadow-Stalker, Smith would be immediately slain by one of the Phansigars. Shang grappled with Shadow-Stalker, and managed to maneuver himself so that Shadow-Stalker's mace would break the chain holding him to the post. Shang then shattered the post with a powerful kick, knocking Shadow-Stalker unconscious.
When Fah Lo Suee broke away from the Si-Fan to oppose Fu Manchu, Shadow-Stalker pretended to defect to her side, but only so that he could ruin her schemes. When Shang-Chi came to Fah Lo Suee's fortress in Honan, Shadow-Stalker revealed his true allegiances in order to assist Shang-Chi against Fah Lo Suee's forces. The two enemies fought side-by-side against Fah Lo Suee's men, defeating them with ease. Shadow-Stalker suggested to Shang-Chi that the two of them join forces and overthrow both Fu Manchu and Fah Lo Suee so that they could rule the Si-Fan themselves, but Shang refused his offer. Shadow-Stalker informed him that when they met next, they would again be enemies.


Shadow-Stalker was hired by Ricadonna to take out Shang-Chi. Shadow-Stalker attacked Shang-Chi in a restaurant in Chinatown, New York. He was able to injure Shang-Chi, but in the end the mace on his head got stuck in a wooden column and Shang-Chi knocked him out.

Notes:
Uses dual maces attached to the top of his head to attack foes.

First Appearance: Giant-Size Master of Kung Fu (1974) #3

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Issue Appearances:
Giant-Size Master of Kung Fu (1974)
Heroes For Hire (2006)
Master of Kung Fu (1974)

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