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Bonebreaker possesses augmented strength, the upper limits of which have yet to be ascertained.
Bonebreaker's chassis is outfitted with a vast array of weaponry, including anti-aircraft missile launchers and machine guns. He is proficient in the use of a wide variety of conventional firearms, from pistols to automatic rifles.
Bonebreaker is a cyborg who has had his legs replaced with a motorized chassis that drives on tank treads. Bonebreaker's upper torso is easily removable from his chassis, allowing him to abandon it if it becomes damaged or inoperable.
The cyborg known only as Bonebreaker was the original leader of the band of cybernetically-enhanced assassins known as the Reavers. After suffering a humiliating defeat at the hands of the superpowered mutant adventurers known as the X-Men, Bonebreaker sought out the renegade White King of the Hellfire Club, Donald Pierce, for help in rebuilding himself and his Reavers. Pierce did so, and, seizing the opportunities presented to him to further his anti-mutant crusade, assumed command of the group himself.
Later, the Reavers were seemingly destroyed by giant robotic Sentinels summoned from the future by the time-traveling mutant Trevor Fitzroy. However, the Reavers did not die, and were rebuilt by Pierce to assist him in capturing Milo Thurman, a former government employee who possessed incredible natural prophetic abilities. Pierce intended to transform Thurman into a cyborg Reaver under his control, but his plan was foiled by Thurman's former lover, the mutant mercenary known as Domino. However, before Domino could destroy the Reavers' base, Pierce managed to download almost 60% of Thurman's consciousness into his own mind.
Pierce later returned in Sydney, Australia as a thrall of the psionic entity known as the Shadow King. Through Pierce, the Shadow King sent the Reavers to capture the X-Man named Rogue, whom the Shadow King sought to make his consort. However, Rogue's will prevailed, the Shadow King was defeated, and Pierce and the Reavers were taken into custody by the Australian authorities.
Created by Chris Claremont & Marc Silvestri.
First Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (1963) #229
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Astonishing X-Men (2017)
#13 Cable And X-Force (2013)
- 'Until Our Hearts Stop Part One'
Hunt for Wolverine (2018)
Magnum Comics (1988)
Marvel Comics Presents (1988)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Wolverine 2004 (2004)
Old Man Logan (2016)
#5 The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Update '89 (1989)
- 'Bordertown: Part One'#6
- 'Bordertown: Part Two'
#6 The Punisher (1987)
- 'Prowler to Serpent Society'
Uncanny X-Force (2010)
Uncanny X-Men (1963)
#229 Wolverine (1988)
- 'Down Under'#247
- 'The Light That Failed'#248
- 'The Cradle Will Fall!'#249
- 'The Dane Curse'#251
- 'Fever Dream'#252
- 'Where's Wolverine?!?'#253
- 'Storm Warnings!'#254
- 'All-New, All-Different -- Here We Go Again!'#255
- 'Crash & Burn'#262
- 'Scary Monsters'#269
- 'Rogue Redux'#281
- 'Fresh Upstart'
#35 Wolverine and the Punisher: Damaging Evidence (1993)
- 'Blood, Sand and Claws!'#36
- '...It Tolls For Thee!'#37
- 'Fall Back & Spring Forward'#38
- 'See Venice & Die!'#39
#1 X-Men Legacy (2008)
- 'Damaging Evidence Part 1 of 3'
#220 X-Treme X-Men (2001)
- 'Salvage: Chapter 1'
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