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Jackson, "Crackajack"

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bio_text= A friendly hobo traveling the countryside alone got more than he bargained for when his melodic harmonica playing attracted the [[Hulk (Bruce Banner)|Hulk]] to his campsite. The two quickly became friends, and Crackajack even taught Hulk how to spell. Ashamed to admit he had a son he hadn't seen in years, Crackajack told Hulk he was on his way to visit the jailhouse where his son was incarcerated. Hulk facilitated the journey, but his timing couldn't be worse. The prison was under attack by two escaped convicts with [[Glossary:S#superhuman|superhuman]] abilities. Crackajack was shocked to see his son, [[Hammer (Leroy Jackson)|Leroy]], was one of those individuals and unwilling to listen to his father's heartfelt apology. When Crackajack moved closer to Leroy the [[Energy Synthecon]] that attached Leroy to his partner, [[Anvil (John Anvil)|Anvil]], got in the way and killed Crackajack on contact. After defeating the two criminals, Hulk buried his friend and fashioned a tombstone with Crackajack's name on it because he remembered his friend told him, "A man ain't got nothing if he ain't got his name."
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bio_text= A friendly hobo traveling the countryside alone attracted the [[Hulk (Bruce Banner)|Hulk]] to his campsite with his melodic harmonica playing. The two became friends, and Crackajack even taught Hulk how to spell. Ashamed to admit he had a son he hadn't seen in years, Crackajack told Hulk he was on his way to visit the jailhouse where his son was incarcerated. Hulk facilitated the journey, but they arrived as the prison was under attack by two escaped convicts with [[Glossary:S#superhuman|superhuman]] abilities; one of them was Crackajack's son, [[Hammer (Leroy Jackson)|Leroy]]. He tried to speak with his son, but Leroy was unwilling to listen to his father's heartfelt apology. When Crackajack moved closer to Leroy the [[Energy Synthecon]] that attached Leroy to his partner, [[Anvil (John Anvil)|Anvil]], got in the way and killed Crackajack on contact. After defeating the two criminals, Hulk buried his friend and fashioned a tombstone with Crackajack's name on it because he remembered his friend told him, "A man ain't got nothing if he ain't got his name."
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Current revision as of 06:50, 26 May 2012

 

Universe
Marvel Universe

Real Name
Jackson (first name unrevealed)

Aliases
None

Identity
Publicly known

Citizenship
USA

Place of Birth
Unrevealed

First Appearance
Incredible Hulk #182 (1974)

Origin
Incredible Hulk #182 (1974)

A friendly hobo traveling the countryside alone attracted the Hulk to his campsite with his melodic harmonica playing. The two became friends, and Crackajack even taught Hulk how to spell. Ashamed to admit he had a son he hadn't seen in years, Crackajack told Hulk he was on his way to visit the jailhouse where his son was incarcerated. Hulk facilitated the journey, but they arrived as the prison was under attack by two escaped convicts with superhuman abilities; one of them was Crackajack's son, Leroy. He tried to speak with his son, but Leroy was unwilling to listen to his father's heartfelt apology. When Crackajack moved closer to Leroy the Energy Synthecon that attached Leroy to his partner, Anvil, got in the way and killed Crackajack on contact. After defeating the two criminals, Hulk buried his friend and fashioned a tombstone with Crackajack's name on it because he remembered his friend told him, "A man ain't got nothing if he ain't got his name."


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