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Melter (Christopher Colchiss)

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| real_name = Christopher Colchiss
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| debut = Dark Reign: Young Avengers #1 (2009)
| debut = Dark Reign: Young Avengers #1 (2009)
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| significant_issues = First time in action and confronted by Young Avengers (Dark Reign: Young Avengers #1, 2009); Potentially offered a place on Young Avengers (Dark Reign: Young Avengers #2, 2009) Partnered with Patriot as part of recruiting session (Dark Reign: Young Avengers #3, 2009); Declined membership into Young Avengers and called Norman Osborn (Dark Reign: Young Avengers #4, 2009); Undecided on his path in life and retreated with teammates (Dark Reign: Young Avengers #5, 2009)   
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| significant_issues = First time in action and confronted by Young Avengers (Dark Reign: Young Avengers #1, 2009); potentially offered a place on Young Avengers (Dark Reign: Young Avengers #2, 2009) partnered with Patriot as part of recruiting session (Dark Reign: Young Avengers #3, 2009); declined membership into Young Avengers and called Norman Osborn (Dark Reign: Young Avengers #4, 2009); undecided on his path in life and retreated with teammates (Dark Reign: Young Avengers #5, 2009)   
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bio_text= Behind a façade of courage and confidence, Chris is a fragile young boy, afraid of his own power. This can be in large part due to the fact he is haunted by the memory of accidentally killing his parents at a very early age. His sporadic control over his melting abilities saved his [[Young Masters|teammates]] from a hail of bullets, but once his poise is shattered or his frustration rises, the results can be disastrous. Wanting desperately to be a hero – a leader Chris was at a loss for words when confronted by [[Patriot (Elijah Bradley)|Patriot]] and the rest of the [[Young Avengers]] as to what right his team had to use their name.  
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bio_text= Haunted by the memory of accidentally killing his parents at a very early age, Chris is a fragile young man afraid of his own power, hiding behind false courage and confidence. His sporadic control over his melting abilities saved his [[Young Masters|teammates]] from a hail of bullets, but once his poise was shattered or his frustration rose, the results were disastrous. Wanting desperately to be a heroic leader, Chris was dumbfounded when confronted by [[Patriot (Elijah Bradley)]] and the rest of the [[Young Avengers]] as to what right Chris' team had to use their name. The two teams fought, and although Chris tried to calm Patriot, the [[Enchantress (Sylvie Lushton)]] had to step in and subdue all the combatants simultaneously. Patriot then offered the upstarts a chance to join his team, or they would have to call themselves something else. Chris wanted to run away with the Enchantress, but she convinced him to stay since she wanted to be a true Young Avenger.
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The call to battle was sounded by another, and the two teams collided. Chris tried to tell Patriot to stand down, but the [[Enchantress (Sylvie Lushton)|Enchantress]] made a more convincing argument by blasting everyone simultaneously. The debate over the Young Avengers name continued but ended with a proposal. Patriot offered the upstarts a chance to join his team, or they would have to find themselves a new name. Chris wanted to leave with her, but Enchantress convinced him to stay since she wanted to be a true Young Avenger.
 
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Each member of each team paired off, and Chris drew Patriot as a partner. Taking on goons dressed as [[Hydra]], Melter refused to use his powers which Patriot said was the sign of a real hero. Chris wanted his team to clean up their act a little, but his suggestion was met with ridicule. Adding to his insecurities, the Young Avengers made their final decision, and he wasn't on the list of those they wanted to recruit. Patriot wanted him to act as a go-between the two groups, but out of anger, Melter called [[Green Goblin (Norman Osborn)|Norman Osborn]] using the number his teammate, [[Coat Of Arms]], had on a business card. When the Young Avengers returned, Osborn's [[Avengers (Osborn's team)|Avengers]] were there to greet them.
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Each member of each team paired off, and Chris drew Patriot as a partner. Taking on goons dressed as [[Hydra]], he refused to use his powers which Patriot said was the sign of a real hero; however, when the Young Avengers made their final decision, Chris wasn't on the list of those they wanted to recruit. Patriot wanted him to act as a liaison between the two groups, adding to his insecurities, and out of anger he called [[Green Goblin (Norman Osborn)|Norman Osborn]] using the number his teammate, [[Coat Of Arms]], had on a business card. When the Young Avengers returned, Osborn's [[Avengers (Osborn's team)|Avengers]] were there to greet them. Osborn wished to control both teams of super-powered youths, but that led to a violent confrontation. Osborn soon called for assistance from [[Sentry (Robert Reynolds)]], but Coat of Arms, Enchantress and [[Wiccan]] magically expelled him from the battlefield. Chris thought Sentry was killed, and based on that assumption, he figured he backed the wrong Avengers. Patriot explained killing isn't the way a hero acted and to choose his path instead of hiding from it. Chris instead chose to retreat, asking Enchantress to teleport their team away, so he could consider which path to follow.
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Osborn wanted to take both teams under his rule, but Patriot shouted the classic Avenger battle cry and chaos ensued. Chris stated his team was the force of "law and order", and [[Shepherd, Thomas|Speed]] replied with a high-velocity finger flick to the head. Soon, Osborn would call for the [[Sentry (Robert Reynolds)|Sentry]], but Coat of Arms, Enchantress and [[Wiccan]] would expel him from the premises. Chris thought they killed Sentry, and based on that assumption, he thought he backed the wrong Avengers. Patriot told him that killing isn't the way a hero does things and to choose his path instead of hiding from it. Melter chose to retreat and weigh his options. He asked Enchantress to take the team away, and she complied.
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Current revision as of 13:41, 27 May 2012

 

Universe
Marvel Universe

Real Name
Christopher Colchiss

Aliases
None

Identity
Secret

Citizenship
Unrevealed

Place of Birth
Unrevealed

First Appearance
Dark Reign: Young Avengers #1 (2009)

Origin
Unrevealed

Haunted by the memory of accidentally killing his parents at a very early age, Chris is a fragile young man afraid of his own power, hiding behind false courage and confidence. His sporadic control over his melting abilities saved his teammates from a hail of bullets, but once his poise was shattered or his frustration rose, the results were disastrous. Wanting desperately to be a heroic leader, Chris was dumbfounded when confronted by Patriot (Elijah Bradley) and the rest of the Young Avengers as to what right Chris' team had to use their name. The two teams fought, and although Chris tried to calm Patriot, the Enchantress (Sylvie Lushton) had to step in and subdue all the combatants simultaneously. Patriot then offered the upstarts a chance to join his team, or they would have to call themselves something else. Chris wanted to run away with the Enchantress, but she convinced him to stay since she wanted to be a true Young Avenger.


Each member of each team paired off, and Chris drew Patriot as a partner. Taking on goons dressed as Hydra, he refused to use his powers which Patriot said was the sign of a real hero; however, when the Young Avengers made their final decision, Chris wasn't on the list of those they wanted to recruit. Patriot wanted him to act as a liaison between the two groups, adding to his insecurities, and out of anger he called Norman Osborn using the number his teammate, Coat Of Arms, had on a business card. When the Young Avengers returned, Osborn's Avengers were there to greet them. Osborn wished to control both teams of super-powered youths, but that led to a violent confrontation. Osborn soon called for assistance from Sentry (Robert Reynolds), but Coat of Arms, Enchantress and Wiccan magically expelled him from the battlefield. Chris thought Sentry was killed, and based on that assumption, he figured he backed the wrong Avengers. Patriot explained killing isn't the way a hero acted and to choose his path instead of hiding from it. Chris instead chose to retreat, asking Enchantress to teleport their team away, so he could consider which path to follow.


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