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Evilhawk
Real Name: Dargin Bokk
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Powers:
Similar to those of the hero Darkhawk. Evilhawk has the ability to project concussive Darkforce blasts and defensive force shields from his body using his amulet as a focal point. Evilhawk also possesses telescopic and infra-red vision and the ability to heal from almost any wound by reverting to his original form.

Weaknesses:
Evilhawk was originally unable to use his healing power because his original body had been destroyed. His Evilhawk android body has now also been destroyed and he exists only as a disembodied consciousness.

Bio:
Evilhawk travelled to Earth from Planet Luq (exact location unrevealed) and on Earth, confronted Darkhawk. The two did battle and Evilhawk was able to trap Chris Powell (Darkhawk in his civilian form) on his ship. While Darkhawk was trapped on Evilhawk's ship, Evilhawk did battle with St. Johnny and the Powell family. Darkhawk was able to escape and destroyed Evilhawk's body.

During the War of Kings event, Darkhawk discovers that Evilhawk isnt real. And in fact Evilhawk IS Darkhawk when he loses control.

Notes:


First Appearance: Darkhawk (1991) #20

Other Identities:
Darkhawk (Marvel)(01 - Chris Powell)

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Issue Appearances:
Darkhawk (1991)
The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Master Edition (1990)

Group Affiliation(s):
None.

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