Alias










(The) Destroyer

Mighty Destroyer


Nick Name
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Civilian ID

Mighty Destroyer I

Kevin "Keen" Marlow


Alias

Louis Kramer


Mighty Destroyer II

Brian Falsworth


Mighty Destroyer III

Roger Aubrey


Occupation

Mighty Destroyer I

Adventurer

Detective

Journalist


Mighty Destroyer II

Adventurer

Soldier


Mighty Destroyer III

Adventurer

Soldier


Legal Status

Mighty Destroyer I

Citizen of the United States with no criminal record.


Mighty Destroyer II

Subject of Great Britain with no criminal record.


Mighty Destroyer III

Subject of Great Britain with no criminal record.


Nation or Planet of Origin

Mighty Destroyer I

Unknown


Mighty Destroyer II

Falsworth Manor, North London, England


Mighty Destroyer III

England


Group Affiliation

Mighty Destroyer I

None


Mighty Destroyer II

Invaders

V-Battalion


Mighty Destroyer III

Crusaders

V-Battalion


Base of Operations
Germany during World War II.
Height

Mighty Destroyer I

6' 5"


Mighty Destroyer II

6'


Mighty Destroyer III

6' 2"


Weight

Mighty Destroyer I

215 lbs.


Mighty Destroyer II

235 lbs.


Mighty Destroyer III

220 lbs.


Eye Color

Mighty Destroyer I

Blue


Mighty Destroyer II

Brown


Mighty Destroyer III

Blue


Hair Color

Mighty Destroyer I

Blond


Mighty Destroyer II

Brown


Mighty Destroyer III

Blond


Known Powers

Mighty Destroyer I

Human enhanced by a chemical formula similar to the Super-Soldier Formula that created Captain America; granting superhuman strength, speed, stamina and agility.


Exceptional hand-to-hand combat.


Mighty Destroyer II

Human enhanced by a chemical formula similar to the Super-Soldier Formula that created Captain America; granting superhuman strength, speed, stamina and agility.


Exceptional hand-to-hand combat.


Mighty Destroyer III

Normal human with exceptional hand-to-hand combat skills.


Note: Note during World War II Roger Aubrey was experimented upon by Nazi scientist transforming him into a man of less than one foot tall, dubbed Dyna-Mite. After World War II, Roger Aubrey would later gain superhuman abilities similar to his predecessors.


Accessories
Military weaponry common to World War II.
Common Enemies

Goblins of the Terror Den

Herr Sin

Japanese Juggernaut

Madame Satan

Master Man

Nazis

(The) Scar

Von Maus

Warrior Woman


Regularly Appearing

Mighty Destroyer I

All-Winners

Kid Komix

Invaders Vol. 1

Mystic Comics

USA Comics


Mighty Destroyer II

Invaders Vol. 1


Mighty Destroyer III

Invaders Vol. 1


First Appearance

Mighty Destroyer I

Mystic Comics #6 (Oct. 1941)


Mighty Destroyer II

Invaders Vol. 1 #18 (July, 1977)


Mighty Destroyer III

Invaders Vol. 1 #14 (March, 1977)


Creator

Mighty Destroyer I

Stan Lee & Jack Binder


Mighty Destroyer II

Roy Thomas & Frank Robbins


Mighty Destroyer III

Roy Thomas & Frank Robbins


Origin

Before America's entry into World War II, American reporter Keen Marlow traveled to Germany to investigate the Nazi government. Arrested as a spy, Marlow was imprisoned and tortured. While incarcerated, Marlow met Dr. Eric Schmitt, creator of a super-soldier serum. Consuming the formula, Marlow gained superhuman strength and escaped, using his new powers to battle the Nazis as the Mighty Destroyer.


While Marlow was active in Germany, British pacifists Brian Falsworth and Roger Aubrey traveled to Germany seeking appeasement between the two nations. Arrested as spies, Falsworth and Aubrey were experimented upon by the Nazis. The experiments upon Aubrey resulted in his transformation into a man less than one foot tall known as Dyna-Mite. Falsworth was exposed to the same formula as Marlow, granting him superhuman strength.


After escaping the Nazis, Falsworth assumed the identity of the Destroyer, when Marlow returned to the United States. When Aubrey escaped the brainwashing of the Nazis he rejoined his friend, who had assumed his father's former identity of Union Jack, sharing the chores of fighting against their former captors as the Mighty Destroyer.


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