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| occupation = Adventurer
| occupation = Adventurer
| place_of_birth = Unrevealed
| place_of_birth = Unrevealed
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| groups = Head of the Penance Council of the [[V-Battalion]]; Former member of the [[Crusaders]] and [[All-Winners Squad]]
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| groups = Penance Council of the [[V-Battalion]]; Former member of the [[Crusaders]] and [[All-Winners Squad]]
| citizenship = U.K.
| citizenship = U.K.
| education = Unrevealed
| education = Unrevealed
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| eyes = Blue
| eyes = Blue
| hair = Blonde
| hair = Blonde
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| powers = The Destroyer retains the ability to shrink down to 12" tall, while maintaining his full strength level. He keeps this power a close secret to maintain the advantage of surprise.
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| powers = The Destroyer retains the ability to shrink down to 12" tall, while maintaining his full strength level. He keeps this power a close secret to maintain the advantage of surprise. His aging has also been retarded by the super-soldier serum varient.
| abilities = In spite of his advanced years, the Destroyer possesses the strength of a man in the prime of life who engages in intense regular exercise. Destroyer is also an exceptional hand-to-hand fighter with decades of experience.
| abilities = In spite of his advanced years, the Destroyer possesses the strength of a man in the prime of life who engages in intense regular exercise. Destroyer is also an exceptional hand-to-hand fighter with decades of experience.
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| weapons =
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| weapons = None
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| paraphernalia =
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| paraphernalia = None
| debut = Mystic Comics #8
| debut = Mystic Comics #8
| origin =
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bio_text= Accompanying his friend [[Union Jack (Brian Falsworth)|Brian Falsworth]] to [[Nazi Party|Nazi]] Germany just prior to the outbreak of [[World War II]], Roger Aubrey became a captive of the Reich upon war breaking out. He was subjected to experiments conducted by Colonel Dietrich,[[Image:Destroyerinaction.jpg|left|150px]] and was shrunk to a height of 12 inches. Brainwashed, he returned to the U.K. as Dyna-Mite, to become a member of the [[Crusaders]], a group of Allied superheroes who each unwittingly owed their powers to the Nazis; unknown to the team, their ally Alfie was a German agent, and the group had been formed with the intention of discrediting the [[Invaders]] and assassinating King George VI. After encountering that other team of heroes, Alfie's villainy was exposed by Roger, and the evil plan was thwarted. Colonel Dietrich was subsequently captured and forced to reverse the process which shrank Roger; Aubrey then took on the new identity of the Destroyer (recently abandoned by Brian Falsworth), and went behind enemy lines to continue the fight. At some point he was exposed to the variant of the super-soldier serum which had enhanced Brian's physical prowess, which would retard his aging and keep him fighting fit for decades after the end of the war.
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bio_text= Accompanying his friend [[Union Jack (Brian Falsworth)|Brian Falsworth]] to [[Nazi Party|Nazi]] Germany just prior to the outbreak of [[World War II]], Roger Aubrey became a captive of the Reich upon war breaking out. He was subjected to experiments conducted by Colonel Dietrich,[[Image:Destroyerinaction.jpg|left|150px]] and was shrunk to a height of 12 inches. Brainwashed, he returned to the U.K. as Dyna-Mite, to become a member of the [[Crusaders]], a group of Allied superheroes who each unwittingly owed their powers to the Nazis; unknown to the team, their ally Alfie was a German agent, and the group had been formed with the intention of discrediting the [[Invaders]] and assassinating King George VI. After encountering that other team of heroes, Alfie's villainy was exposed by Roger, and the evil plan was thwarted. Colonel Dietrich was subsequently captured and forced to reverse the process which shrank Roger; Aubrey then took on the new identity of the Destroyer (recently abandoned by Brian Falsworth), and went behind enemy lines to continue the fight. At some point he was exposed to the variant of the super-soldier serum which had enhanced Brian's physical prowess, which would retard his aging and keep him fighting fit for decades after the end of the war. At some point, he and Brian became lovers.
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Once the war ended, Roger joined Brian and several other heroes in secretly forming a covert group, the [[V-Battalion]], dedicated to preventing anyone like [[Hate-Monger (Adolf Hitler)|Hitler]] from ever again threatening the peace of the world. When Brian died in a car crash in 1953, Roger offered to take on the identity as a tribute to his lover, but was denied by Brian's father [[Union Jack (Montgomery Falsworth)|Montgomery]]. Instead he soldiered on as the Destroyer, leading the V-Battalion into the 21st century.[[Image:Destroyerblowinstuffup.jpg|left|200px]] He recently was forced to re-evaluate his aggressive position after being temporarily killed, and handed over the Battalion's leadership to the more moral hands of [[Human Torch (Jim Hammond)|Jim Hammond]]. When the [[Thin Man]] revived the Invaders, Roger became wary of his true goals, and began to investigate. He called on the group for assistance against the forces of [[Baroness Blood]], during which fight he came to accept [[Union Jack (Joseph Chapman)|Joseph Chapman]] as a worthy Union Jack successor to Brian. Following this, Roger and his ally Hammond confronted the Thin Man, and effectively deposed him as leader of the Invaders. Soon after Hammond apparently died fighting the forces of [[Axis Mundi]], and Roger resumed leadership of the V-Battalion.
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Once the war ended, Roger joined Brian and several other heroes in secretly forming a covert group, the [[V-Battalion]], dedicated to preventing anyone like [[Hate-Monger (Adolf Hitler)|Hitler]] from ever again threatening the peace of the world. When Brian died in a car crash in 1953, Roger offered to take on the identity as a tribute to his lover, but was denied by Brian's father, [[Union Jack (Montgomery Falsworth)|Montgomery]]. Instead he soldiered on as the Destroyer, leading the V-Battalion into the 21st century.[[Image:Destroyerblowinstuffup.jpg|left|200px]] He recently was forced to re-evaluate his aggressive position after being temporarily killed, and handed over the Battalion's leadership to the more moral hands of [[Human Torch (Jim Hammond)|Jim Hammond]]. When the [[Thin Man]] revived the Invaders, a resurrected Roger became wary of his true goals, and began to investigate. Nevertheless, he called on the group for assistance against the forces of [[Baroness Blood]], during which fight he came to accept [[Union Jack (Joseph Chapman)|Joseph Chapman]] as a worthy successor to the Union Jack identity. Following this, Roger and his ally Hammond confronted the Thin Man, and effectively deposed him as leader of the Invaders. Soon after Hammond apparently died fighting the forces of [[Axis Mundi]], and Roger resumed leadership of the V-Battalion.
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Current revision as of 16:00, 29 May 2007

 

Universe
Marvel Universe

Real Name
Roger Aubrey

Aliases
Dyna-Mite

Identity
Secret

Citizenship
U.K.

Place of Birth
Unrevealed

First Appearance
Mystic Comics #8

Accompanying his friend Brian Falsworth to Nazi Germany just prior to the outbreak of World War II, Roger Aubrey became a captive of the Reich upon war breaking out. He was subjected to experiments conducted by Colonel Dietrich,
and was shrunk to a height of 12 inches. Brainwashed, he returned to the U.K. as Dyna-Mite, to become a member of the Crusaders, a group of Allied superheroes who each unwittingly owed their powers to the Nazis; unknown to the team, their ally Alfie was a German agent, and the group had been formed with the intention of discrediting the Invaders and assassinating King George VI. After encountering that other team of heroes, Alfie's villainy was exposed by Roger, and the evil plan was thwarted. Colonel Dietrich was subsequently captured and forced to reverse the process which shrank Roger; Aubrey then took on the new identity of the Destroyer (recently abandoned by Brian Falsworth), and went behind enemy lines to continue the fight. At some point he was exposed to the variant of the super-soldier serum which had enhanced Brian's physical prowess, which would retard his aging and keep him fighting fit for decades after the end of the war. At some point, he and Brian became lovers.


Once the war ended, Roger joined Brian and several other heroes in secretly forming a covert group, the V-Battalion, dedicated to preventing anyone like Hitler from ever again threatening the peace of the world. When Brian died in a car crash in 1953, Roger offered to take on the identity as a tribute to his lover, but was denied by Brian's father, Montgomery. Instead he soldiered on as the Destroyer, leading the V-Battalion into the 21st century.
He recently was forced to re-evaluate his aggressive position after being temporarily killed, and handed over the Battalion's leadership to the more moral hands of Jim Hammond. When the Thin Man revived the Invaders, a resurrected Roger became wary of his true goals, and began to investigate. Nevertheless, he called on the group for assistance against the forces of Baroness Blood, during which fight he came to accept Joseph Chapman as a worthy successor to the Union Jack identity. Following this, Roger and his ally Hammond confronted the Thin Man, and effectively deposed him as leader of the Invaders. Soon after Hammond apparently died fighting the forces of Axis Mundi, and Roger resumed leadership of the V-Battalion.


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