Cable and Domino
Nathaniel Christopher Charles Summers destiny was planned before his parents even met. Geneticist Mr. Sinister found that a
union between the X-Men Scott Summers (Cyclops) and Jean Grey (Marvel Girl) would produce a powerful genetically superior
mutant. Sinister hoped he could control such a mutant and use it to defeat his immortal adversary Apocalypse.
Around this time Jean’s form and consciousness was replaced by the reckless cosmic Phoenix Force while she healed from radiation
poison in a cocoon at the bottom of Jamaica Bay. Sinister created a clone of Jean and named her Madelyne Pryor. Sinister’s plan
was to produce the child he needed from the union of Madelyne and Scott. Sinister considered his clone a failure until a spark
from the Phoenix Force granted Madelyne a life force and some of Jean’s memories. Sinister crafted a false background for her
and arranged for her to meet Scott as a pilot for Scott’s grandparents. Scott was instantly drawn to Madelyne because she
strongly resembled his true love, Jean. They quickly married. Madelyne later became pregnant and had a son who she named Nathan
Christopher Charles Summers.
Nathan was infected with a deadly techno-organic virus while still an infant. He was sent into a possible future timeline where
he could be treated and live his life. In this future world, Nathan grew into the warrior Cable and became an enemy of the
villain Apocalypse. He later returned to the present-day era, initially arriving some years before his own birth.
The woman who would become known as Domino was actually the result of a top-secret government breeding program intended to develop
the perfect weapon, the clandestine super-soldier program Project Armageddon. There she was subjected to tests by Dr. Rossini,
which included at one point being given a cat she named “Christmas”. Domino was the only test subject to survive, but her “luck”
power was deemed a failure to meet the project’s goals. Domino’s biological mother broke her out of the project and left her with
Father Rudolpho Boschelli, in the Church of the Sacred Heart in Chicago. Domino eventually escaped from the Church and became a
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Deadpool and Bob, Agent of Hydra
Wade had conflicting memories of his childhood. He once recalled that his father abandoned his mother while she was pregnant with
him and she took out her anger on him until, as an adult, he beat her instead. He later recalled that his mother died when he was
five and that his father, an army officer, became abusive, causing Wade to grow up to be a thug and criminal. When his father got
his act together and tried to rein in his son, one of Wade’s friends shot and killed him. However, he told a writer that his father
was a teller of bad jokes who abandoned him and his mother while he was a boy. His mother turned to humor, alcohol and home shopping
networks as a coping mechanism. He believed that he ran away from home so that his mother wouldn’t need to spend what little money
she had left on him.
However, it was eventually revealed that his parents were still together, living in Canada and had kept Wade’s room as he had left
it but Wade himself did not recognize the house, his parents or his room when he returned there as an adult.
After leaving home, he appears to have joined the U.S. Army Special Forces but despite his superior skills, he was drummed out for not
following orders that conflicted with his moral code. After a failed suicide attempt just before his nineteenth birthday, Wade was
invited to join a clandestine group of CIA-sponsored mercenary assassins thanks to his military record, assured that his targets would
all deserve death.
Little is known of Wilson’s subsequent activities with this group. At one point he was active in Tangier, Morocco where he romanced a
woman named Francie. When this relationship soured, he travelled throughout Asia, and was hired in Japan by a crime lord, the Boss, to
infiltrate a sumo-wrestling ring owned by a rival criminal, the Oyakata. Wilson spent three years as a wrestler under the Oyakata’s
tutelage and became romantically involved with his mentor’s daughter, Sazae. When the Boss finally ordered the Oyakata’s murder, Wilson
refused to complete his assignment, allegedly the first time he had ever done so, and relocated to the United States.
In America, Wade met and fell in love with mutant teenage prostitute Vanessa Carlysle, with whom he shared dreams of a better life.
Wilson was subsequently hired by Middle Eastern interests to assassinate a blind British Government operative named Althea, also known
as Blind Al. Upon arrival to the Zaire base where she was stationed, he killed everyone except for Al who had fled.
Those who put the contract out on Al sought vengeance for his failure by targeting Vanessa, who was rescued by Zoe Culloden, an employee
of the inter-dimensional firm Landau, Luckman, Lake, and LeQuare. Culloden was keeping Wilson under surveillance, believing he was
destined to play a vital part in a potential threat to the world. Learning that he had developed 34 inoperable cancerous tumors, Wilson
broke up with his girlfriend Vanessa rather than force her to remain with a terminally ill man. He even gave up his chemo treatments,
not wishing to prolong things.
Back in Canada, he was offered hope in the form of Department K, a special weapons development branch of the Canadian government. Wilson
became a test subject in Department K’s branch of the joint U.S./Canadian superhuman enhancement project, the Weapon X Program; his
cancer was temporarily arrested via the implantation of a healing factor derived from another Department K agent, the mutant adventurer
Wilson was active in a covert field unit alongside the near-invulnerable Sluggo and the cyborgs Kane and Slayback. Vanessa herself was
later affiliated with the team after having manifested mutant shapeshifting abilities, calling herself Copycat.
During one mission, Wilson killed his teammate Slayback. Shortly thereafter, his healing factor began to destabilise, bringing his cancer
back from remission and causing deformities in his flesh. As a result, he was rejected from the Weapon X Program and sent to the Hospice,
allegedly a government facility where failed superhuman operatives were treated. However, unknown to the Canadian government, the Hospice’s
patients served as experimental subjects for Doctor Killebrew and his sadistic assistant Ajax (known then as the Attendant), with the
patients placing bets in a “deadpool” as to how long each subject would live. Killebrew subjected Wilson to various torturous experiments
for his own deranged satisfaction.
In due course, Wilson formed a romantic relationship with the cosmic entity Death, who regarded him as a kindred spirit. Wilson started
trying to kill himself, to join Death – going so far as to start taunting Ajax by saying his real name (Francis) over and over, which earned
him the respect of his fellow Hospice patients. Then Ajax, angered by Wilson’s taunts, lobotomized Worm, the closest thing Wilson had to a
friend. At Death’s prompting, Wilson killed Worm to end his suffering.
However, under Killebrew’s rules, any patient who killed another was to be executed; Ajax subsequently tore out Wilson’s heart and left him
for dead, but Wilson’s thirst for vengeance was so strong that it jump started his healing factor, regenerating his heart, although not curing
his scarred body. Wilson then escaped the now-empty room and attacked the guards, making his way to Ajax. Wilson shot him in the chest with
two automatic rifles, leaving him for dead. Taking the name Deadpool, he escaped from the Hospice with his fellow patients.
Bob, Agent of Hydra, was a sidekick of Deadpool. A cowardly young man, Bob was persuaded into joining the criminal organization Hydra by
his wife, Allison, who accused him of not being able to hold a steady job. The thought of a stable career with a dental plan also appealed
to Bob, though he was disappointed to find out Hydra does not offer full dental like AIM. During Deadpool’s assault on a Pakistan Hydra Base,
he ran into Bob and coerced him into helping him. Bob was hesitant, as Hydra would not allow him back into the organization after having
betrayed them, but Deadpool, four inches tall at the time, tortured him with a security card until he relented. He then forced Bob to fly
them to safety in one of Hydra jets, though Bob did not know how to pilot an aircraft