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Revolutionary (comics)

Revolutionary
Publisher Marvel Comics
First appearance Avengers: The Initiative Annual #1, (January 2008)
Created by Dan Slott
Christos Gage
Patrick Scherberger
In-story information
Species Skrull
Team affiliations Skrull Empire
Liberteens
Abilities Shapeshifter

The Revolutionary is a fictional superhero published by Marvel Comics. He first appeared in Avengers: The Initiative Annual #1 (January 2008), and was created by Dan Slott, Christos Gage and Patrick Scherberger.

Fictional character biography

The Revolutionary is a member of the Liberteens, a superhero team based in Philadelphia who are the official government-approved superteam for the state of Pennsylvania. He is initially portrayed as the level-headed and respectful leader of the group; he doesn't participate in the hidden debauchery which his team commits when not in public, and shuns them for it. During the Secret Invasion storyline, it is revealed that he is in fact a Skrull secret agent, sent as part of a Skrull plan to conquer the Earth. It is unknown how long the Revolutionary had been replaced. The Revolutionary was shown to be in contact with Criti Noll, the Skrull posing as Yellowjacket, speaking from Camp Hammond.[1]

When 3D-Man began his cross country effort with the Skrull Kill Krew to rid the Initiative of Skrull infiltrators, the Revolutionary is one of the Skrulls defeated. Gravity drops the diamond-skinned Hope on top of the Revolutionary and dramatically amplifies her mass, crushing him to a bloody pulp.[2]

The real Revolutionary appears among the S.H.I.E.L.D. agents and heroes that were replaced, attending a support group meeting.[volume & issue needed] He doesn't take part in the clash against the Thor clone called Ragnarok.

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