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Deathblow
Real Name: Micheal Cray
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Bio:
Michael Cray was a Navy SEAL prior to being transferred to I.O.'s newly formed Team 7. Like all members of that group, he was a highly experienced Special Forces operative, and had the potential for psionic powers. The team had been sent on a mission (or so they believed) when in reality they were sent to be exposed to the Gen Factor by Miles Craven (head of I.O.). Unlike the other surviving members of Team 7 (not everyone survived the exposure to the gen factor treatment), Michael's powers did not manifest until many years later. When the majority of Team 7 went underground (with their families), Cray continued to serve I.O. (as did Lynch, Dane & Backlash).

Michael Cray left I.O. when he was diagnosed with a brain tumor. He wanted to atone himself for all the innocent men and women he killed during his missions. He got his chance when the Black Angel awoke, a demonic entity bent on killing a young boy with miraculous abilities. It turned out that Cray's cancer was in fact a result of the Gen Factor, giving him regenerative abilities. Cray defeated the Black Angel with the help of Sister Mary, a former police officer turned nun, Gabrielle D'Angelo, his ex-wife who had become a vessel for the archangel Gabriel, and several of his Team 7 colleagues. After the death of the Black Angel, the young child restored the damage he had done by rewriting reality, but in the new reality, Gabrielle had died during their honeymoon.

Deathblow died during the Fire From Heaven event, sacrificing himself in order to kill Damocles, the villain from said crossover (see Deathblow #29).

Notes:
The father of Sublime of DV8. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deathblow

First Appearance: Darker Image (1993) #1

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Issue Appearances:
Alan Moore: Wild Worlds (2007)
Alan Moore's The Complete WildC.A.T.s (2007)
Avengers (1996)
Backlash (1994)
Batman/Deathblow: After The Fire (2002)
Captain America (1996)
Captain America (1999)
Captain Atom: Armageddon (2005)
Coup D'Etat: Afterword (2004)
Crossover Classics (1991)
Darker Image (1993)
DC/WS DreamWar (2008)
Deathblow (1993)
Deathblow (2006)
Deathblow/Wolverine (1996)
Die Fantastischen Vier (1999)
Die Rächer (1999)
DV8 (1996)
Fantastic Four (1996)
Fire From Heaven (1996)
Gen13 (1995)
Grifter (1995)
Hero Illustrated Special Edition (1993)
Homage Studios Swimsuit Special (1993)
Iron Man (1996)
Iron Man (1999)
James Robinson's The Complete WildC.A.T.s (2009)
Number of the Beast (2008)
Shattered Image (1996)
Sleeper (2003)
Sleeper: Season Two (2004)
Stormwatch: P.H.D. (2007)
Team 7 (1994)
Team 7: Dead Reckoning (1996)
Team 7: Objective: Hell (1995)
Team X/Team 7 (1996)
Team Zero (2006)
The Authority (2008)
The Kindred (1994)
The Monarchy (2001)
Wetworks (1994)
Wetworks (2006)
Wild Times: Deathblow (1999)
Wild Times: WildC.A.T.s (1999)
WildC.A.T.s: Covert Action Teams (1992)
WildCats (2008)
Wildstorm (2000)
Wildstorm Presents (2011)
Wildstorm Revelations (2008)
Wildstorm Rising (1995)
Wildstorm Swimsuit Special (1994)
WildStorm Universe (2009)
Wildstorm Universe 97 (1996)
Wildstorm Universe Sourcebook (1995)
Wildstorm Winter Special (2005)
Wildstorm: After the Fall (2010)
Wildstorm! (1995)
Worldstorm (2006)

Group Affiliation(s):
Stormwatch (Wildstorm)
Team 7 (Wildstorm)
Team Zero

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