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Stonewall (comics)

Stonewall is the codename of two characters from Marvel Comics.

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The first Stonewall first appeared in Uncanny X-Men #215 and was created by Chris Claremont and Alan Davis.

The second Stonewall first appeared in Mighty Avengers #18 and was created by Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev.

Louis Hamilton

Stonewall
Publication information
PublisherMarvel Comics
First appearanceUncanny X-Men #215 (March 1987)
Created byChris Claremont
Alan Davis
In-story information
Alter egoLouis Hamilton
SpeciesHuman Mutant
Team affiliationsFreedom Force
AbilitiesSkilled hand to hand combatant
Superhuman strength and endurance
Enhanced resistance to injury

Stonewall and his allies, Crimson Commando and Super Sabre, were all super-powered U.S. veterans of World War II. The trio wished to continue their government service after the war by combatting communism during the Cold War, but they were rebuffed by the U.S. government and forced into retirement. Angered by what they perceived as a decline in morals in the United States, the group became vigilantes. They captured criminals, whom they released and hunted in the wilderness of upstate New York. They killed the criminals, both to reduce the criminal element in society and for the enjoyment of hunting them.

Mistaking Storm (the leader of the X-Men) for a criminal, the team captured and then hunted her. When Storm and Wolverine eventually defeated the three, Stonewall and Crimson Commando agreed to turn themselves in to law enforcement authorities and confess their vigilantism.

Stonewall, Crimson Commando, and Super Sabre (who had been presumed dead) agreed to join Freedom Force, a U.S. government sponsored team of superhumans, in exchange for a commutation of their sentences. Stonewall's first mission with Freedom Force took place during The Fall of the Mutants storyline. Freedom Force tried to prevent the X-Men from entering a building in which Destiny had prophesied that they would die. In the aftermath of the Fall of the Mutants, Stonewall aided Freedom Force in protecting Forge from the New Mutants and attempting to apprehend Cyclops and Marvel Girl. In an attempt to lure the pro-mutant terrorist group known as The Resistants into a trap, Freedom Force staged a fake trial of an evil mutant. For the fake trial, Stonewall acted as one of the lawyers but he was a disaster since he was inspired by the TV series L.A. Law and issued an objection without any cause.

Stonewall was part of the Freedom Force's expedition to defend Muir Island from the Reavers. During that mission, Stonewall was killed by Donald Pierce while trying to protect Mystique.

Stonewall is resurrected by means of the Transmode Virus to serve as part of Selene's army of deceased mutants. Under the control of Selene and Eli Bard, he takes part in the assault on the mutant nation of Utopia.

Jerry Sledge

Stonewall
Publication information
PublisherMarvel Comics
First appearanceThe Mighty Avengers #13 (July 2008)
Created byBrian Michael Bendis
Alex Maleev
In-story information
Alter egoJerry Sledge
Team affiliationsSecret Warriors
AbilitiesSuperhuman strength and endurance
Ability to absorb the properties of elements

During the Secret Invasion storyline, a man named Jerry Sledge is recruited by Daisy Johnson to be a member of Nick Fury's new Secret Warriors. While in battle, Daisy refers to Jerry as "Stonewall".

It is later revealed that Stonewall is the son of Absorbing Man. He was conceived before his father got his power. One day, he came into contact with his father which caused Stonewall to gain his powers.

During the Chaos War storyline, Stonewall assisted in the fight against Amatsu-Mikaboshi.

Stonewall and the rest of the Secret Warriors are taken to Heaven's Hell, a secret base in orbit. There, Nick Fury explained the plan for the main team to hit HYDRA while the other teams take on the last Leviathan bases. Using Eden's portal they traveled to Gehenna where they attempt to blow it up, but they were expected and the bomb was already armed. Following the fight against HYDRA reunites with the team and joining up with Team Black and the Howling Commandos.

Stonewall's mutant physiology granted him tremendous superhuman strength and endurance, including incredible resistance to physical injury. He was especially resistant to blunt physical force, resisting blows from Rogue and the Blob without falling. He was also a skilled physical fighter. He could, however, be grappled and made to lose his footing through indirect attacks. In these cases, his dense body could put him at a disadvantage, as he nearly drowned in a mountain lake after Storm threw him in. Unable to get back to shore on his own, she had to help pull him out. During a fight in the Necrosha event, Stonewall states he is immovable and invulnerable as long as he has solid footing on the ground. He is defeated through the combined forces of Sunspot and Colossus. Stonewall was also vulnerable to energy based attacks that were not kinetic in nature. Donald Pierce killed him with electrocution, flooding his body with electrical energy.

Stonewall II displayed superhuman strength and endurance. But when he lost his temper during a battle with Gorgon, he suddenly changed into a rock-skinned giant. Similar to his father, Stonewall is able to absorb the properties of elements.

  1. Uncanny X-Men #215-216 (March-April 1987).
  2. Uncanny X-Men #223 (November 1987).
  3. Uncanny X-Men #225-226 (January-February 1988).
  4. New Mutants #64 (July 1988).
  5. X-Factor #30-31 (July-August 1988).
  6. Uncanny X-Men #255 (Mid December 1989).
  7. X-Force (3rd Series) #21, January 2010
  8. Secret Invasion #4
  9. Secret Warriors #12
  10. Chaos War #1
  11. Secret Warriors #20
  12. Secret Warriors #28
  13. Secret Warriors #6
  14. Secret Warriors #9

Stonewall (comics)
Stonewall comics Language Watch Edit 160 160 Redirected from Stonewall Jerry Sledge Stonewall is the codename of two characters from Marvel Comics Contents 1 Publication history 2 Fictional character biography 2 1 Louis Hamilton 2 2 Jerry Sledge 3 Powers and abilities 4 References 5 External linksPublication history EditThe first Stonewall first appeared in Uncanny X Men 215 and was created by Chris Claremont and Alan Davis The second Stonewall first appeared in Mighty Avengers 18 and was created by Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev Fictional character biography EditLouis Hamilton Edit StonewallPublication informationPublisherMarvel ComicsFirst appearanceUncanny X Men 215 March 1987 Created byChris Claremont Alan DavisIn story informationAlter egoLouis HamiltonSpeciesHuman MutantTeam affiliationsFreedom ForceAbilitiesSkilled hand to hand combatant Superhuman strength and endurance Enhanced resistance to injury Stonewall and his allies Crimson Commando and Super Sabre were all super powered U S veterans of World War II The trio wished to continue their government service after the war by combatting communism during the Cold War but they were rebuffed by the U S government and forced into retirement Angered by what they perceived as a decline in morals in the United States the group became vigilantes They captured criminals whom they released and hunted in the wilderness of upstate New York They killed the criminals both to reduce the criminal element in society and for the enjoyment of hunting them Mistaking Storm the leader of the X Men for a criminal the team captured and then hunted her When Storm and Wolverine eventually defeated the three Stonewall and Crimson Commando agreed to turn themselves in to law enforcement authorities and confess their vigilantism 1 Stonewall Crimson Commando and Super Sabre who had been presumed dead agreed to join Freedom Force a U S government sponsored team of superhumans in exchange for a commutation of their sentences 2 Stonewall s first mission with Freedom Force took place during The Fall of the Mutants storyline Freedom Force tried to prevent the X Men from entering a building in which Destiny had prophesied that they would die 3 In the aftermath of the Fall of the Mutants Stonewall aided Freedom Force in protecting Forge from the New Mutants 4 and attempting to apprehend Cyclops and Marvel Girl 5 In an attempt to lure the pro mutant terrorist group known as The Resistants into a trap Freedom Force staged a fake trial of an evil mutant For the fake trial Stonewall acted as one of the lawyers but he was a disaster since he was inspired by the TV series L A Law and issued an objection without any cause Stonewall was part of the Freedom Force s expedition to defend Muir Island from the Reavers During that mission Stonewall was killed by Donald Pierce while trying to protect Mystique 6 Stonewall is resurrected by means of the Transmode Virus to serve as part of Selene s army of deceased mutants Under the control of Selene and Eli Bard he takes part in the assault on the mutant nation of Utopia 7 Jerry Sledge Edit StonewallPublication informationPublisherMarvel ComicsFirst appearanceThe Mighty Avengers 13 July 2008 Created byBrian Michael Bendis Alex MaleevIn story informationAlter egoJerry SledgeTeam affiliationsSecret WarriorsAbilitiesSuperhuman strength and endurance Ability to absorb the properties of elements During the Secret Invasion storyline a man named Jerry Sledge is recruited by Daisy Johnson to be a member of Nick Fury s new Secret Warriors While in battle Daisy refers to Jerry as Stonewall 8 It is later revealed that Stonewall is the son of Absorbing Man He was conceived before his father got his power One day he came into contact with his father which caused Stonewall to gain his powers 9 During the Chaos War storyline Stonewall assisted in the fight against Amatsu Mikaboshi 10 Stonewall and the rest of the Secret Warriors are taken to Heaven s Hell a secret base in orbit There Nick Fury explained the plan for the main team to hit HYDRA while the other teams take on the last Leviathan bases Using Eden s portal they traveled to Gehenna where they attempt to blow it up but they were expected and the bomb was already armed 11 Following the fight against HYDRA reunites with the team and joining up with Team Black and the Howling Commandos 12 Powers and abilities EditStonewall s mutant physiology granted him tremendous superhuman strength and endurance including incredible resistance to physical injury He was especially resistant to blunt physical force resisting blows from Rogue and the Blob without falling He was also a skilled physical fighter He could however be grappled and made to lose his footing through indirect attacks In these cases his dense body could put him at a disadvantage as he nearly drowned in a mountain lake after Storm threw him in Unable to get back to shore on his own she had to help pull him out During a fight in the Necrosha event Stonewall states he is immovable and invulnerable as long as he has solid footing on the ground He is defeated through the combined forces of Sunspot and Colossus Stonewall was also vulnerable to energy based attacks that were not kinetic in nature Donald Pierce killed him with electrocution flooding his body with electrical energy Stonewall II displayed superhuman strength and endurance But when he lost his temper during a battle with Gorgon he suddenly changed into a rock skinned giant 13 Similar to his father Stonewall is able to absorb the properties of elements 14 References Edit Uncanny X Men 215 216 March April 1987 Uncanny X Men 223 November 1987 Uncanny X Men 225 226 January February 1988 New Mutants 64 July 1988 X Factor 30 31 July August 1988 Uncanny X Men 255 Mid December 1989 X Force 3rd Series 21 January 2010 Secret Invasion 4 Secret Warriors 12 Chaos War 1 Secret Warriors 20 Secret Warriors 28 Secret Warriors 6 Secret Warriors 9External links EditStonewall I at Marvel com Stonewall I at Marvel Wiki Stonewall II at Marvel Wiki Stonewall I at Comic Vine Stonewall II at Comic Vine Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Stonewall comics amp oldid 1045279383 Jerry Sledge, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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