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Moonraker
Real Name: Truman Slade
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Powers:
Like all Space Phantoms it possessed the power to assume the appearance and powers of virtually any single mortal being. At the point that it assumed a being's likeness, the model was automatically shunted to Limbo until such time as the Phantom assumed its own form or that of someone else. The person dispatched to Limbo had no recollection of being in Limbo and materialized exactly where he or she was when "shunted". With Immortus help the Phantom could also assume appearance and powers of not existent beings. Through Immortus it also gained a full set of memories for each personality so that it couldn't be unveiled by telepaths because it really believed its own lies.

As Moonraker the Phantom was very athletic, possessed great fighting skills and could emit corposant fire from its hands. Seemingly unbeknown to himself he had the power to negate events that had already happened in a small area around him.

Bio:
Moonraker mysteriously appeared as a member of Force Works. Everyone acted as if he had been a member for some time. (It was later revealed he had altered recent events to make it appear so.)

He became romantically involved with Spider-Woman (Julia Carpenter). Julia's daughter Rachel was able to see through his guises.

Moonraker led the team into an altered version of Vietnam where the Anachronauts attempted to kill them all.

As Kang (really Immortus)'s machinations were revealed, Moonraker claimed that he was Libra (Gustav Brandt). Shortly after this he was abucted by Kang's forces.

The real Brandt later denied he was Moonraker when confronted by the Avengers. It is assumed that Immortus sent a Space Phantom to act as Moonraker as part of his scheme to confuse the Avengers.

Notes:


First Appearance: Force Works (1994) #16

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Issue Appearances:
Age of Innocence: The Rebirth of Iron Man (1996)
Avengers Forever (1998)
Avengers Unplugged (1995)
Force Works (1994)
Iron Man (1968)
The Avengers (1963)
War Machine (1994)

Group Affiliation(s):
Force Works (Marvel)
Space Phantoms

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