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Bushmaster

Real Name: Unknown
Occupation: Professional criminal
Identity: Secret
Legal Status: Unknown
Other Aliases: None
Place of Birth: Unknown
Marital Status: Unknown
Known Relatives: None
Group Affiliation: Member of the Serpent Society
Base of Operations: Mobile
First Appearance: CAPTAIN AMERICA #310

History: A quadriplegic (either since birth or by accident), the man who became Bushmaster had bionic arms attached to his shoulders and a snakelike tail to his lower torso an undisclosed time ago by parties unrevealed. Little else is known about him except that he accepted Sidewinder's invitation to join the Serpent Society and has been an active member since. While in battle with Modok, Bushmaster had his artificial arms severed, but they have since been reattached.

Height: 18 ft. ½ in. (from head to tail)
Weight: Unknown
Eyes: Brown
Hair: Black
Unusual features: Bushmaster has no legs.

Strength Level: Unknown.

Known Superhuman Powers: Bushmaster possesses a long snake-like tail that enables him to move and strike at superhuman speed. The tail, which extends approximately 14 feet from his lower abdomen, is permanently attached to his body. By rapid muscular contractions along the length of his tail, Bushmaster can move at speeds up to 40 miles per hour under optimal conditions. By wrapping his tail into a tight coil, and making a sudden lunging motion, he can move 18 ½ feet (his length from head to tail) in under 2 seconds. His tail has sufficient strength to deform a steel pipe 6 inches thick.

Weapons: Bushmaster wields two 6-inch "fangs" strapped to the back of each of his hands. The fangs are needle-sharp at their ripe, and contain a fast-acting poison derived from snake venom.

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