Weapon X (Marvel)(02 - Garrison Kane)
Real Name: Garrison Kane
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Before he was given upgrades by the newest incarnation of Weapon X, Kane had a pair of cybernetic arms with superhuman strength. After he was sent to the future he gained new cybernetic apendages which were made out of liquid metal and could transform into shields, knives, or create detatchable remote controlled hands. His arms were also capable of repairing themselves. Due to the enhancements that the newest incarnation of Weapon X has given him, Kane now has numerous bionic appendages which houses various weapons. He now has the ability to see in various spectrums of light, project holograms, and he has a computerized targeting system. His strength was also upgraded and he is now more resistant to damage. He could download super powers such as toxic emissions, metal control, and various other abilities. It has been shown that when Kane was blown up by Deadpool, Weapon X was able to reconstruct him perfectly. It is unknown if he can always be rebuilt or if it was just that one incident.
Kane was a former member of Cable's mercenary team called Six Pack. Although he was the youngest member, he was not immature and handled himself well enough on the field. In a Six Pack mission, the team was ambushed by Cable's clone Stryfe, and Kane lost his arms and legs.
Alongside Wade Wilson, Kane joined the Weapon X program and was transformed into a cyborg, who grafted cybernetic arms with weaponry in place of his real ones. He was loaned to Department K; with the help of former Six Pack colleague and S.H.I.E.L.D. agent G. W. Bridge, and after a battle with the Mutant Liberation Front, assembled and led a strike team named Weapon P.R.I.M.E.. The goal of Weapon P.R.I.M.E was to apprehend Cable and X-Force, as Kane had seen Stryfe's face and assumed he was Cable. As X-Force defeated Weapon P.R.I.M.E., Kane learned the truth about Stryfe and was sent to Cable's future timeline, where his artificial limbs were reconstructed in liquid metal and upgraded with new weaponry and tools by Cable's freedom fighter group Clan Chosen.
After returning to the 20th Century, Kane forgave Cable and rejoined the Six Pack and retired from mercenary work, but was seen later working for A.I.M. and came to blows with Wolverine and Alpha Flight. Recently, he rejoined the Weapon X program and his cybernetic material was once again upgraded to be able to duplicate the abilities of any member in Weapon X, and made Kane into the team's hitman. In battle with the group known as the Underground, Kane's mind was shut down by Cable, after which he regained his sanity, absorbing the powers of former Alpha Flight member Madison Jeffries, and absorbed all Weapon X's technology to himself, apparently dying in the process.
First Appearance: X-Force (1991) #2
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All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z (2006)
#6 Alpha Flight (1983)
- 'Justice to Marvel'#10
- 'Shadowoman to Tara'
#115 Cable (1993)
- 'Extreme Prejudice Part I'#116
- 'Extreme Prejudice Part 2'#117
- 'Extreme Prejudice Part 3'
#1 Cable - Blood and Metal (1992)
- 'Rocks And Waves'#2
- 'Mired in Destiny'#3
- 'Twenty Questions'#4
- 'A Leader Among Men'#37
- 'True Lies'#38
- 'In Perspective'#39
- 'All Things Great and Small'
#57 Deadpool (2013)
- 'Agent of Weapon X, Part 1: Facelift'#58
- 'Agent of Weapon X, Part 2: Makeover'#59
- 'Agent of Weapon X, Part 3: Intensive Care'
#27 Deadpool MAX X-Mas Special (2012)
- 'The Wedding of Deadpool'
Deadpool: The Circle Chase (1993)
#1 Nomad (1992)
- 'Ducks in a Row!'#2
- 'Rabbit Season, Duck Season'#3
- '...And Quacks Like a Duck...'#4
- 'Duck Soup'
#20 Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z (2008)
- 'The Art Of The Steal'
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Wolverine 2004 (2004)
The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Master Edition (1990)
Weapon X (2002)
½#1 Weapon X: First Class (2009)
- 'The Hunt for Sabretooth'#4
- 'The Hunt for Sabretooth Conclusion'#5
- 'The Underground, Part 1'#9
- 'The Underground Part III'#11
- 'The Underground Part V'#12
- 'The Underground Part VI'
#2 Weapon X: The Draft - Agent Zero (2002)
- 'Part 2: Bad to the Bone'
Weapon X: The Draft - Kane (2002)
#1 Weapon X: The Draft - Marrow (2002)
- 'Caught in the Draft'
Weapon X: The Draft - Sauron (2002)
#88 Wolverine: Weapon X (2009)
- 'It's D-D-Deadpool, Folks!'#142
- 'The Logan Files, 2 of 3'#175
#1 X-Force (1991)
- 'The Adamantium Men, Part 1 of 5'
Annual 01Annual 01 (Newsstand Edition)#2
- 'The Blood Hunters'#7
- 'Under the Knife'#8
- 'Flashed Before My Eyes'#9
- 'Underground and Over the Top'#10
- 'X-Tenuating Circumstances Part 3: Questions (and Answers)'#11
- 'Friendly Reminders'#12
- 'Traitors to the Cause'#13
- 'Everything Hits the Fan'#14
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