Unrevealed, possibly none
Place of Birth
Unrevealed location in Antarctica
Marvel Comics Presents #123 (1993)
Marvel Comics Presents #127 (1993)
Le Peregrine delivered the Lynx to Champion’s Southern California base, whereupon Champion sent the monstrous Fleshtones to kill Le Peregrine in order to keep the Lynx’s location a secret. Le Peregrine defeated them with the aid of Wolverine & Courier (who had tracked him to Champion’s base) and the Black Widow (Natasha Romanova), an official representative of S.H.I.E.L.D. tasked with bringing in the Lynx. The quartet eventually agreed to work together to free the Lynx, after which the Black Widow convinced the others to take the Lynx into S.H.I.E.L.D.’s protective custody. Wolverine and Courier suspected that S.H.I.E.L.D. might experiment on the Lynx, though, so they liberated her. Wolverine took her to a S.H.I.E.L.D. safehouse, where he soon realized that S.H.I.E.L.D. had injected the Lynx with a persona-inducing serum once used by the Black Widow, hoping that a personality would help her articulate her memories. Ultimately, he allowed the Lynx to revert to her feral state, and she accompanied Wolverine and the Black Widow to the Antarctic base of They, where they discovered the Malaigent, the world’s deadliest disease, which also acted as an “antidote” for the total immunity of the Panacea. After Champion and his forces attacked They’s base, the Lynx and her newfound allies were rejoined by Courier and Le Peregrine in defeating the forces of They and Champion. The Lynx then consumed the Malaigent, which seemingly neutralized the Panacea in her system.Wolverine released the Lynx in a remote part of the Canadian wilderness and departed, hoping that she would live out her life in peaceful solitude, though the smitten Lynx mistakenly believed Wolverine would return to live with her as her mate.