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| relatives = Unrevealed  
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| groups = Formerly [[Gamma Corps: Black]]  
| groups = Formerly [[Gamma Corps: Black]]  
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| education = Unrevealed, but Aberration has received military training  
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| education = Unrevealed, but Aberration received military training  
| height = Unrevealed  
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| weight = Unrevealed  
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| eyes = Green (as Philips); Green (as Aberration)  
| eyes = Green (as Philips); Green (as Aberration)  
| hair = Brown (as Philips); Green (as Aberration)
| hair = Brown (as Philips); Green (as Aberration)
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| powers = Aberration's transformation into a gamma-powered monster was the result of being genetically altered with DNA from the [[Abomination]]. The process significantly increased her strength and durability to [[Glossary:S#superhuman|superhuman]] levels. It has yet to be revealed if Aberration's transformation was stable, causing her to be unable to change back and forth between her human and superhuman state. Presumably, Aberration had the Abomination's abilities to regenerate extensively damaged parts of her body, recover from almost any injury, high resistance to extremes of temperature, and can hold her breath for extended periods of time.
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| powers = Aberration's transformation into a gamma-powered monster was the result of being genetically altered with DNA from the [[Abomination]]. The process significantly increased her strength and durability to [[Glossary:S#superhuman|superhuman]] levels, but it was unrevealed if she was able to transform at will. She shared the Abomination's abilities to regenerate extensively damaged parts of her body, recover from almost any injury, and presumably had high resistance to extremes of temperature, and could hold her breath for extended periods of time. A side effect the process was the gamma infusion acted like a "super-cancer," and when original flesh was destroyed tumor-like cells would replace it.   
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The only setback to the process was the gamma infusion acted like a "super-cancer" when original flesh was destroyed, tumor-like cells would replace it.   
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| debut = Incredible Hulk #601 (2009)
| debut = Incredible Hulk #601 (2009)
| origin = Incredible Hulk #604 (2009)  
| origin = Incredible Hulk #604 (2009)  
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| significant_issues = Ambushed Lyra with the rest of her group (Incredible Hulk #601, 2009); Beat Lyra while her teammate held her down (Incredible Hulk #602, 2009); Forced to run for her life until she took hostages in a nearby town (Incredible Hulk #603, 2009); Origin and death at the hands of Lyra (Incredible Hulk #604, 2009)
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| significant_issues = Ambushed Lyra with Gamma Corps: Black (Incredible Hulk #601, 2009); beat Lyra while her teammate held her down (Incredible Hulk #602, 2009); forced to run for her life until taking hostages in a nearby town (Incredible Hulk #603, 2009); origin and death at the hands of Lyra (Incredible Hulk #604, 2009)
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bio_text= Fiery rage matched with super strength was a lethal combination for this member of [[Gamma Corps: Black]]. Aberration was given her powers from one of the deadliest foes the [[Hulk (Bruce Banner)|Hulk]] has ever faced. The DNA of the [[Abomination]] was used to alter her from a normal human to a [[Glossary:S#superhuman|superhuman]] powerhouse intent on reaping destruction with or without orders from her commander, [[Ryker, John|General Ryker]].
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bio_text= Rana Philips enlisted in the U.S. Army and was assigned to Abu Fasaud Central Prison. She took part in the abuse of prisoners there, and her supposed fiancé, Sergeant Jeffrey Ivey was also allegedly involved, taking photos of the abuse although never appearing in them. After telling Philips he was leaving her for another woman, she shot and killed him. At her court martial, Philips was sentenced to death, but [[Ryker, John|General John Ryker]] freed and transformed her, using DNA from the [[Abomination]], into a [[Glossary:S#superhuman|superhuman]] powerhouse. As Aberration she was given a place on Ryker's [[Gamma Corps: Black]].  
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Her first outing put her and her teammates, [[Axon]] and [[Morass]], against the jade giantess from an alternate future, [[Lyra]], and even though Lyra was to be brought back to the [[Origins Corporation]] unharmed, Aberration wasn't inclined to oblige. Lyra escaped, but before she did, Aberration seized the primary target, [[Boudicca]] – a sentient technological device which stole information belonging to [[Green Goblin (Norman Osborn)|Norman Osborn]] – to bring back to her masters.
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After Morass had been severely pummeled by Lyra, Aberration and Axon were on the run. Lyra was clearly toying with them, waiting for opportune moment to strike, and dehydration was taking its toll on Aberration. That coupled with the constant taunting by Boudicca and having some of her energy drained by her depleted partner, Aberration was in bad shape until she noticed a nearby town. Storming a convenience store after mauling a few bikers, Aberration drank until her strength was restored. Using the remaining townspeople as bait, Aberration lured Lyra out into the open, but Lyra insisted Aberration allow the innocents to leave because she would kill Aberration and Axon no matter what.
 
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Aberration was no stranger to torturing or even taking lives. When Rana Philips was purely human, and a part of the U.S. Army assigned to Abu Fasaud Central Prison, she took part in the abuse of prisoners there. Her supposed fiancé, Sergeant Jeffrey Ivey, who was also involved, was shot dead by her hand after telling Philips he was leaving her for another woman. She was sentenced to death, but General Ryker had other plans for her. However, he wasn't completely truthful with Philips either – which she found out during her battle with Lyra. Lyra threw Aberration into a fuel pump which caused a hideous mutation when Aberration's body tried to replace all the damaged tissue. Cancerous growths deformed her shape and size – even adding extra appendages – but Aberration wouldn't have enough time to wallow in misery as Lyra drove a large metal pole through her brain.   
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Aberration and her teammates, [[Axon]] and [[Morass]], were assigned to abduct [[Lyra]], the [[Hulk (Bruce Banner)]]'s daughter from an alternate future, to be brought back to the [[Origins Corporation]] for genetic harvesting, and seize Lyra's [[Boudicca]]; a sentient technological device which stole information belonging to [[Green Goblin (Norman Osborn)|Norman Osborn]]. Lyra escaped from the initial confrontation, seemingly killing Morass, and Aberration and Axon fled. Between dehydration from hiking for hours through the desert and being drained of her energy to replenish Axon's depleting stores, Aberration was on the verge of collapse until discovering a town. Storming a small shop after mauling a few bikers, Aberration drank until her strength was restored. Using the remaining townspeople as bait, she lured Lyra out into the open and attacked. Caught in an explosion after Lyra threw her into a fuel pump, Aberration's body attempted to rapidly replace all the burnt tissue, forming massive cancerous growths and extra appendages, leaving her horribly disfigured. Lyra then drove a large metal pole through her brain, apparently killing her.   
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Current revision as of 08:04, 8 June 2012

 

Universe
Marvel Universe

Real Name
Rana Philips

Aliases
None

Identity
Secret

Citizenship
Unrevealed

Place of Birth
Unrevealed

First Appearance
Incredible Hulk #601 (2009)

Origin
Incredible Hulk #604 (2009)

Rana Philips enlisted in the U.S. Army and was assigned to Abu Fasaud Central Prison. She took part in the abuse of prisoners there, and her supposed fiancé, Sergeant Jeffrey Ivey was also allegedly involved, taking photos of the abuse although never appearing in them. After telling Philips he was leaving her for another woman, she shot and killed him. At her court martial, Philips was sentenced to death, but General John Ryker freed and transformed her, using DNA from the Abomination, into a superhuman powerhouse. As Aberration she was given a place on Ryker's Gamma Corps: Black.


Aberration and her teammates, Axon and Morass, were assigned to abduct Lyra, the Hulk (Bruce Banner)'s daughter from an alternate future, to be brought back to the Origins Corporation for genetic harvesting, and seize Lyra's Boudicca; a sentient technological device which stole information belonging to Norman Osborn. Lyra escaped from the initial confrontation, seemingly killing Morass, and Aberration and Axon fled. Between dehydration from hiking for hours through the desert and being drained of her energy to replenish Axon's depleting stores, Aberration was on the verge of collapse until discovering a town. Storming a small shop after mauling a few bikers, Aberration drank until her strength was restored. Using the remaining townspeople as bait, she lured Lyra out into the open and attacked. Caught in an explosion after Lyra threw her into a fuel pump, Aberration's body attempted to rapidly replace all the burnt tissue, forming massive cancerous growths and extra appendages, leaving her horribly disfigured. Lyra then drove a large metal pole through her brain, apparently killing her.


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