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Mind-Wave
Real Name: Erik Gelden
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Powers:
Mind-Wave possessed the power of telepathy. Wether or not this power was inherent to him or created through the use of technology is unknown.

Bio:
Mind-Wave attacked Wall Street with his "Think-Tank" (a very large and powerful tank) with the purpose of robbing as many banks as he could along the way. Daredevil intervened, and Mind-Wave endangered innocent lives so that Daredevil would be distracted while Mind-Wave made his escape.

After a few hours, Mind-Wave attacked again, and was once again opposed by Daredevil as well as Uri Gellar. Using his telepathy to read Daredevil's mind, Mind-Wave was actually able to hit Daredevil twice with his ray gun. Gellar then saved Daredevil and the two heroes enganged in battle with Mind-Wave and his minions. Hiding under his tank, Mind-Wave fired at Gellar, but Gellar caused his gun to explode. Gellar then wrapped metal bars around Mind-Wave, capturing him.

Sometime later, Mind-Wave agreed to a meeting in the "The Bar with No Name" with other costumed villains in order to discuss the recent killing spree of villains by the assassin known as Scourge. Scourge himself was at the meeting disguised as the bartender, and slaughtered Mind-Wave and all others that were in attendance at the meeting.

Notes:


First Appearance: Daredevil (1964) #133

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Issue Appearances:
Captain America (1968)
Daredevil (1964)
Punisher (2009)
The Superior Foes of Spider-Man (2013)

Group Affiliation(s):
Deadly Dozen (Marvel)(02 - Villains)

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