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Reverend Mike Pike

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Bio:
Pike was the Reverend that seemingly cured the first Foolkiller (Ross Everbest) of his inability to walk, inspiring him to the way of God. After Everbest found Pike with a young girl, drunkenly paying for her services, he lost his mind, killing Pike and adopting the identity of The Foolkiller.

Everbest used the money from Pike's services to not only buy equipment that could help him in his quest to rid the world of all fools, but to build a tank in which to keep the Reverend's body, preserved perfectly in embalming fluid, and use him as a shrine of sorts. Ironic that the plexiglass that contained Pike's body would be the ultimate death of Everbest as in a confrontation with the Man-Thing and Richard Rory he blasted the containment unit, sending shards flying everywhere, including one that lodged directly into his heart.

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First Appearance: Man-Thing (1974) #4

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Issue Appearances:
Foolkiller (1990)
Man-Thing (1974)

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