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Michael "Mike" Collins
Robot Vigilante, Doctor Donut
United States of America
Place of Birth
(The Cyborg) Marvel Comics Presents # 62 (1990); (Collins/Collins as Deathlok) Deathlok #1 (1990)
Deathlok #1(1990), Deathlok # 13 (1991)
(Collins) 6'1";(Deathlok) 7'2"
(Collins) 200 lbs.;(Deathlok) 825 lbs
(Collins) Brown; (Deathlok) Brown (Right), Yellow (Left)
(Collins) Dark Brown;(Deathlok) Light Brown
Turning to his boss and friend, Harlan Ryker, Michael shared his discovery in hopes that Ryker would do something about it. Ryker was behind the Deathlok project as well as many other projects destined for military uses, so he betrayed Michael and had his brain placed into the Deathlok cyborg.
Michael awoke from the transfer, unable to control the functions of the cyborg. He watched helplessly through his new cybernetic eyes as it carried out a test mission, killing some soldiers in the process. Slowly, Michael found he could control the actions of the cyborg, and he immediately set out to pursue his old friend Ryker.
Deathlok caught up to Ryker in the act of making an illegal arms sale to a private army. Before turning him in to officials, he learned from Ryker that his human body still existed, and he could be restored if he could find it and the doctor who performed the transfer.Deathlok set out on his quest to find his body, and return to his perfect life with his family.