Real Name: Julius Mullarkey
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Enhanced strength, reflexes, speed, agility, and healing, as well as rudimentary sonar and a vestigial tail. Bio-occult affinity for mechanics.
Killpower is a genetically engineered super-being made by Gena-Sys Labs, secretly a subsidiary of Mys-Tech. He was made by the mad scientist Dr. Oonagh Mullarkey, using both human and animal DNA, as a form of expendable supersoldier, and designed to mature at a rapid rate. He was given the name "Julius Mullarkey" by his creator, and by the age of 18 months reached his adult size of 6 feet 8 inches and 325 pounds. He had a childlike mentality, but was not taught any morals and had no understanding of concepts like the value of human life. He took a great interest in guns and other weapons, the bigger the better, but regarded shooting people as a game.
He was used as an operative of Gena-Sys (and through them, Mys-Tech) until he was sent to recover the missing MOPED (Mind Operated PErsonal Dematerialization) unit, and encountered its new owner Motormouth. She taught him that killing people was bad... the first he had ever heard of such a notion ...and he broke down crying, thinking of all those he'd killed on his missions. When Motormouth was shot in the throat, Julius used his innate mechanical instincts to repair her with technology, giving her a sonic scream as well as integrating the MOPED device into her body. Motormouth and Killpower then became travelling partners and adventurers. Killpower willingly helped Motormouth accomplish her goals, such as tracking down the creators of the MOPED devices.
Killpower played an important role in the 'Mys-Tech Wars' though only his partner remembers the incident.
Partner of Motormouth
First Appearance: Motormouth (1992) #1
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All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z (2006)
Avengers Forever (1998)
#12 Battletide (1992)
- 'Avengers Assemble!'
Battletide II (1993)
#1 Captain Britain and MI13 (2008)
- 'Ill Met By Nuke Light'#2
- 'Have Frenzy, Will Smash!'#3
- 'Pecs, Lies and Videoscapes!'#4
- 'Rendezvous With Death'
#14 Dark Guard (1993)
- 'Vampire State: Part 4'
#1 Excalibur (1988)
- 'Tour of Duty'#2
- 'On The Brink'#3
- 'Wipe Out!'
#64 Killpower: The Early Years (1993)
- 'Back to the Present'#67
- 'Days of Future Yet to Come'
#1 Motormouth (1992)
- 'The Gauntlet'#2
- 'The Tides of Time'#3
- 'In the Sights of the Punisher!'#4
- 'Prisoners at the End of Time!'
#1 Motormouth & Killpower (1992)
- 'Wild Card!'#2
- 'Shop till you Drop!'#3
- 'Tokyo Take-Out!'#4
- 'Psychic Surgery!'#5
- 'War Zone'
#6 Mys-Tech Wars (1993)
- 'Pilgrims Progress'#7
- 'Return to Sender'#8
- 'No Escape!'#9
- 'The Saving Graces'#11
- 'Blood Runner'#12
- 'Unfinished Business / The Prophet'
#2 Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z (2008)
- 'Ignorant Armies'#3
- 'Darkness Visible'#4
- 'When The Battle's Lost and Won'
Revolutionary War: Alpha (2014)
#1 Revolutionary War: Motormouth (2014)
- 'Part One: Tramp The Dirt Down'
One-Shot Revolutionary War: Omega (2014)
- 'Part Six: The Dreams We Have As Children'
#1 Revolutionary War: Warheads (2014)
- 'Part Eight: No More Heroes'
#1 The Exploits of Spider-Man (1992)
- 'Part Seven: Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps)'
The Incredible Hulk (1968)
#408 X-Men '92 (2016)
- 'A Sinking Feeling'#409
- 'Royal Pain'
- 'Lilapalooza: A Celebration of Mutant & Music: Final Performance'
Resistance Coordination Executive
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"Turkey shoot! Turkey shoot!"
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