Pyroman

AKA Richard Martin, UNTIL Superhuman Registry No.: 290855

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pyroman
Pyroman destroys the mechanical minions of Madam Mayhem with 1.75 gigawatts of electricity

Base of Operations: Chicago, Il. USA; Millennium City, MI. USA

Group Affiliation: Squadron All-Stars

Alignment: Good

Motivation: Upholding the good

Abilities: The subject has displayed the ability to manipulate the electromagnetic spectrum to produce a variety of offensive and defensive affects including creating electro-magnetic force fields and projecting bolts of intense electricity.

Skills: holds a Master’s in Physics

Paraphernalia: N/A

Vulnerabilities: N/A

Threat Level: Beta

Gifted Master’s student Dick Martin had been conducting private research into high voltage electricity well ahead of both his peers and his professors at the University of Illinois since his late teens. Over the course of his studies, his body had mysteriously developed the ability to store and redirect current. His abilities, however, remained unknown to him until early 1942.

After being unjustly accused of murder, he was found guilty and sentenced to death by electrocution in the electric chair. Instead of dying, Martin absorbed the massive electrical current and, before the stunned guards could react, he blasted his way to freedom. Once he had cleared his name, he decided to use his newfound powers to fight crime.

Spear of Destiny
The artifact von Sebottendorf used to exile several metahumans from his home dimension apparently has an analogue in ours – The Spear of Destiny currently on display at the Millennium City Museum of Natural History

As the Allies made their way towards the heart of Hitler’s Fortress Europa, Hitler retreated to his bunker to regroup. A select group of so-called “mystery men” including  Pyroman were sent into Berlin to capture Hitler and his generals but were caught in a mystical maelstrom conjured by sorcerer Rudolf von Sebottendorf, leader of the enigmatic Thule-Gesellschaft (English: The Thule Society). Martin awoke to find himself in an alternate dimension in which he had never existed.

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