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#redirect [[A-bomb (Rick Jones)]]
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| real_name = Rick Jones
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| identity =
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| occupation = Musician
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| place_of_birth = Scarsdale, Arizona
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| groups = honorary member of the [[Avengers]], financier of the [[Loners]]; former leader of Teen Brigade
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| citizenship = U.S.A.
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| aliases = A-Bomb, Bucky
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| relatives = Marlo Chandler (wife)
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| height =  5'9"
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| weight = 165 lbs
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| eyes =  Brown
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| hair = Brown
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| powers =  No superhuman powers; formerly possessed powers similar to the [[Hulk (Bruce Banner)|Hulk]], causing him to transform into a gamma-powered behemoth of great strength and limited intellect.
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As A-Bomb, Rick once again has [[Glossary:S#superhuman|superhuman]] strength and durability. His hide is similar to an armadillo's plated armor, and it makes A-Bomb bulletproof. He is also able to track both Hulk and [[Red Hulk]] by zeroing in on their gamma signature. 
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| abilities = Mean guitarist
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| debut = Incredible Hulk #1
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| origin =
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| significant_issues = Avengers #1 (helps form the Avengers); Avengers #4 (meets Captain America); Avengers #89-97 (Kree-Skrull War); Incredible Hulk #418 (married girlfriend Marla Chandler); Avengers Forever #12 (merges with Genis-Vell); Fought the Red Hulk, destroyed Gamma Base and released the original Hulk (Hulk #3, 2008)
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bio_text= Rick Jones was a rebellious youth, and one day he ran away from a state institution for troubled teens. He drove to an army test site, where experiments involving gamma bombs were being conducted. [[Hulk|Dr. Bruce Banner]], the designer of the gamma bombs, realized that Rick was on the testing field, and threw him to safety, absorbing the radiation himself. As a result of this, Banner transformed into the hulk. Jones remained with the Hulk for some time, becoming a close friend.
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Rick was instrumental in the creation of the [[Avengers]], as after the evil [[Loki]] took control of the Hulk, Rick was the person who sent out the radio call to assemble the heroes there. He later went on to become [[Captain America (Steve Rogers)|Captain America]]'s sidekick.  However, after some time Rick started to resent being on the side-lines, however this was cured when he discovered a pair of alien bracelets that let him trade places with [[Captain_Marvel_%28Mar-Vell%29|Captain Mar-vell]], an imprisoned Kree warrior.
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Jones was a key player in the [[Kree-Skrull War]] where the [[Supreme Intelligence]] released Jones' latent '''Destiny Force.''' Jones used the Destiny Force to conjure up heroes from Earth's past to battle [[Ronan|Ronan the Accuser]] and his [[Kree]] army, as well as to bring about a halt of galactic hostilities between the two races.
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After the death of Mar-vell, Jones returned to the side of the Hulk, and also briefly became an ally of the Galadorian spaceknight Rom.  He later met and married Marlo Chandler, but not before he had an encounter with the [[Ecdysiast]].
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Rick was also a key player in the [[Destiny War]], where [[Avengers]] from past, present and future were united to prevent the Time Keepers from destroying a significant number of timelines where humanity was deemed a threat to all existence. Jones' Destiny Force had led to a destructive, expansive human race in many timelines. Jones later sacrificed himself to prevent the destruction of all reality, but was saved when he merged with the son of Mar-Vell, [[Photon_%28Genis-Vell%29|Genis-Vell]]. This created a new Captain Marvel.
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Rick Jones was also revealed to be the monetary backer of the ex-superheroes team, the [[Loners]].
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Jones has recently acquired powers causing him to transform into a massive creature calling itself A-Bomb. How this has occurred has yet to be revealed, but Rick has already tangled with the evil [[Red Hulk]] and helped the original Hulk - who somehow knew A-Bomb was Rick - temporarily stop his sinister twin. Rick also has some crucial information on who this Red Hulk is, but before he could say anything, [[Doc Samson]] stunned him with a blast from behind and carried him away.
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Revision as of 22:45, 11 June 2009

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