Black Fox (01 - Dr. Robert William Paine)
Real Name: Dr. Robert William Paine
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Black Fox possesses no super powers but instead relys on his wealth, brilliant mind, and exceptional combat skills to fight crime. His secret hideout known as "The Foxhole" is located on his family farm near the city of his birth, Foxwood Farms. Among the many devices at his disposal is a radar-invisible jet named the The Flying Fox.
Dr. Robert William Paine was born in the fictional city of Foxwood Farms, Illinois presumably in the early decades of the Twentieth Century. During World War II, Paine worked as an American intelligence agent and was assigned to infiltrate Nazi Germany. After the War, he took to living the life of a swashbuckler. It was during this time that Paine was driven to create his Black Fox identity. After a conflict with the vampiric villain Nocturne, in which Paine's true love Miriam was slain, Paine declares, "Before, I was just a masked swashbuckler. After that...that was the day the Black Fox was truly born." After many years of fighting crime, The Black Fox eventually retired to teach history and law at Northwestern University in Chicago. He later came out of retirement to help the superhero team First Line repel a Skrull invasion of Earth. During the final battle against the Skrulls, most of the First Line team, including Black Fox, were killed.
First Appearance: Marvel: The Lost Generation (2000) #12
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Marvel: The Lost Generation (2000)
#1 Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z (2008)
- 'It's Starting Again...'#2
- 'After..., ...and Before'#3
- 'Mad to Live'#4
- 'Lightning in the Day.'#5
- 'Wild in the Streets.'#6
- 'Crisis of Conscience'#7
- 'Highly Placed'#8
- 'The Tomb of Diablo'#9
- 'Unholy War'#10
- 'Secrets : Great and Small.'#11
- 'Fifth Column.'#12
- 'This is Where it Ends.'
Squadron Sinister (2015)
#3 The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Golden Age (2004)
- 'New Universal Destruction'
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