Alias
Peacemaker
Nick Name
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Civilian ID

Peacemaker I

Christopher Schmidt


Alias

Christopher Smith


Peacemaker II

Unknown


Peacemaker III

Mitchell Black


Occupation

Peacemaker I

Adventurer

Entrepreneur

Industrialist

Soldier

U.S. Peace Envoy


Peacemaker II

Government Agent


Peacemaker III

Adventurer

Surgeon


Legal Status

Peacemaker I

Citizen of the United States with a military criminal record.


Peacemaker II

Unknown


Peacemaker III

Citizen of the United States.


Nation or Planet of Origin

Peacemaker I

New York, New York


Peacemaker II

Earth


Peacemaker III

United States


Group Affiliation

Peacemaker I

Checkmate

Justice Force

Shadow Fighters


Peacemaker II

Leaguebusters


Peacemaker III

L.A.W.


Base of Operations

Peacemaker I

Geneva, Switzerland


Peacemaker II

Unknown


Peacemaker III

Mobile


Height

Peacemaker I: 6' 2"


Peacemaker II: 6'


Peacemaker III: 6' 1"


Weight

Peacemaker I: 210 lbs.


Peacemaker II: 180 lbs.


Peacemaker III: 185 lbs


Eye Color

Peacemaker I: Blue


Peacemaker II: Green


Peacemaker III: Brown


Hair Color

Peacemaker I: Black


Peacemaker II: Blond


Peacemaker III: Brown


Known Powers

Peacemaker I

Normal human with above average strength, stamina and agility for a man of his age.


Exceptional hand-to-hand combatant schooled in a wide variety of fighting techniques.


Genius level intelligence with aptitudes in a wide variety of sciences and munitions manufacturing.


Peacemaker II & III

Normal human with above average strength, stamina and agility for a man of his age.


Accessories

Peacemaker I

Peacemaker Arsenal: Convention and experimental weapons and vehicles including aircraft and a personal submarine stored in a cavern underneath a Geneva chateau.


Peacemaker Uniform: Body armor and helmet outfitted with a wide variety of offensive, defensive and communications capabilities.


Peacemaker II & III

Peacemaker Uniform: Body armor and helmet outfitted with a wide variety of offensive, defensive and communications capabilities.


Common Enemies

Peacemaker I

Eclipso I


Peacemaker II

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Peacemaker III

Avatar

Ravanans


Regularly Appearing

Peacemaker I

Fightin' 5

Peacemaker (Charlton)

Peacemaker (DC)


Peacemaker II

Justice League International Vol. 2


Peacemaker III

L.A.W.


First Appearance

Peacemaker I

Fightin' 5 #40 (Dec. 1966)


Peacemaker II

Justice League International Vol. 2 #65 (June, 1994)


Peacemaker III

L.A.W. Vol. 1 #1 (Sept. 1999)


Note: Peacemaker was one of several superheroes published by Charlton Comics during the 1960's, which were canceled in lot by 1967.


Charlton's stable of characters was briefly controlled by independent publisher Americomics in the 1980's and then acquired by DC Comics. Charlton superheroes would appear in DC continuity during the Crisis on Infinite Earths.


Creator

Peacemaker I

Joe Gill & Pat Boyette


Peacemaker II

Gerard Jones & Chuck Wojtkiewicz


Peacemaker III

Bob Layton & Dick Giordano


Origin

Peacemaker I

Born to an Austrian industrialist and an American author, Christopher Schmidt was raised in Europe.


When he was very young Schmidt's father committed suicide when his history as a Nazi war criminal was revealed. Fleeing the scandal and sorrow Schmidt's mother moved with her son back to America and changed their last name to Smith.


Haunted by his father's Nazi past, Smith joined the U.S. military as a means to retribution. Earning the rank of Sergeant, Smith was sent abroad to war. While in combat faulty intelligence lead to the massacre of a village. Scapegoated, Smith was convicted and imprisoned in a military prison.


Shortly after being imprisoned Smith's mother died leaving him a vast European fortune. Granted early reprieve for participating in an anti-terrorist initiative, Smith used his fortune to create a private foundation based in Geneva dedicated to battling terrorism as the Peacemaker.


Christopher Schmidt died liberating a South American country of Parador from the evil influence of Eclipso I. His identity as Peacemaker was presumably assumed by a government agent, whose identity remains a secret.


Years later a new recruit, pulmonary surgeon, Mitchell Black, was sanctioned by the Geneva based project as the head of its Enforcement Division - assuming the identity of the Peacemaker.


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