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   universe = [[Marvel Universe]]
   universe = [[Marvel Universe]]
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| real_name = Gideon Wilson
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| real_name = Gideon Wilson
| identity = Secret
| identity = Secret
| aliases =  None
| aliases =  None
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| occupation = Soldier, former preacher  
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| occupation = Soldier; former preacher  
| place_of_birth = New York
| place_of_birth = New York
| groups =  [[Gamma Corps]]
| groups =  [[Gamma Corps]]
| citizenship =  USA
| citizenship =  USA
| education =  Unrevealed
| education =  Unrevealed
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| relatives = Paul Wilson (father, deceased), Darlene Wilson (mother, deceased), Sarah Wilson Casper (sister), [[Falcon (Sam Wilson)]] (brother), [[Wilson, Jim|Jim Wilson]] (son, deceased), unidentified wife, Jody Casper (nephew)  
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| relatives = Paul Wilson (father, deceased), Darlene Wilson (mother, deceased), Sarah Wilson Casper (sister), [[Falcon (Sam Wilson)]] (brother), [[Wilson, Jim|Jim Wilson]] (son, deceased), unidentified wife, Jody Casper (nephew)
| height =  Unrevealed
| height =  Unrevealed
| weight =  Unrevealed
| weight =  Unrevealed
| eyes = Brown  
| eyes = Brown  
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| hair = None
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| hair = None; formerly black
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| powers = Mister Gideon underwent experiments that gave him super strength, durability and endurance to be close to or the equivalent of [[Doc Samson]]  
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| powers = Mister Gideon underwent experiments that gave him super strength, durability and endurance similar to or the equivalent of [[Doc Samson]]  
| abilities = Gideon has military training in unarmed combat
| abilities = Gideon has military training in unarmed combat
| weapons = None  
| weapons = None  
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| debut = World War Hulk: Gamma Corps #1 (2007)  
| debut = World War Hulk: Gamma Corps #1 (2007)  
| origin =  World War Hulk: Gamma Corps #2 and 4 (2007)
| origin =  World War Hulk: Gamma Corps #2 and 4 (2007)
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| significant_issues = First appearance, origin and recruitment into Gamma Corps leading to his confrontation with the Hulk and realization that Banner is not the one to blame for his lacking relationship with his son (World War Hulk: Gamma Corps #1-4, 2007); went from fugitive to Osborn's bounty hunter (Dark Reign: Made Men #1, 2009)
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| significant_issues = First appearance, origin and recruitment into Gamma Corps leading to his confrontation with the Hulk and realization Hulk was not the one to blame for his lacking relationship with his son (World War Hulk: Gamma Corps #1-4, 2007); went from fugitive to Norman Osborn's bounty hunter (Dark Reign: Made Men #1, 2009)
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bio_text=Gideon Wilson used to be a reverend, but he did not always act the part. Such was the case when his son [[Wilson, Jim|Jim]] decided to leave school and travel to New Mexico. Gideon was furious with his son because of the strings he had to pull to even get him into school in the first place. Also, he felt Jim wanted to waste his life and live in sin in the process. Gideon and Jim exchanged harsh words that day which almost led to violence, and even after Gideon got a hold of himself, Jim told him that they would never see each other again. Mister Wilson prayed for his boy after seeing reports on the news of [[Hulk (Bruce Banner)|Hulk]] rampaging through New Mexico. Years later, Jim Wilson died of the A.I.D.S. virus, but his father didn't want to believe that. Gideon wanted to believe that the Hulk was responsible for his son’s death. At Jim's funeral, [[Ryker, John|General Ryker]] approached Gideon in the guise of a priest and asked to have a talk with him. The discussion led Gideon Wilson to undergo test experiments which gave him powers making him an approximate equivalent to [[Doc Samson]].
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bio_text= Gideon Wilson used to be a reverend, but he did not always act the part. When his son [[Wilson, Jim|Jim]] decided to leave school and travel to New Mexico, Gideon was furious because of the strings he had to pull to even get Jim into school in the first place; and he felt Jim wanted to waste his life, living in sin. Before Jim left, they exchanged harsh words which nearly led to violence, and Jim told his father they would never see each other again. Seeing reports on the news of [[Hulk (Bruce Banner)]] rampaging through New Mexico, Gideon prayed for his son’s safety, but years later, Jim died of the A.I.D.S. virus. Gideon instead blamed Hulk for Jim's death. At the funeral, [[Ryker, John|General John Ryker]] disguised as a priest proposed an offer to Gideon to undergo experiments which would give him powers, making him an approximate equivalent to [[Doc Samson]]. Gideon agreed and became part of Ryker's [[Gamma Corps]].
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He became part of Ryker's team, the [[Gamma Corps]], and took the codename Mister Gideon. He, along with the other members of his unit, fought the Hulk until the monster's neck had been snapped by their field leader, [[Grey]]. General Ryker’s intentions for the Hulk were to make him a test subject, but another member of the Corps, [[Mess]], had other plans. She wanted to kill him right then and there, and Gideon had to help pry her off the fallen giant. The Hulk’s neck healed and he made a bee-line for Ryker in his base at the Staten Island Dump. Mister Gideon gave chase as did teammates [[Griffin (Eliot Franklin)|Griffin]] and [[Prodigy (Timothy Wilkerson)|Prodigy]], but even a combined attack by the three proved useless. Banner forced Gideon to face facts that Jim died of a virus and not his involvement with the Hulk right before he snapped both of Gideon's wrists and crushed his hands. Gideon realized he wanted revenge for the wrong reasons and even tried to talk Grey out of confronting the Hulk. After Hulk caused Grey to rampage through the base, Mister Gideon tried to make Hulk realize that maybe his mission of revenge was just as misguided as his, but the Hulk didn't want to listen and took his leave.  
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Recovered from his battle with the Hulk, Mister Gideon followed the rest of his team into hiding, now on the run from the U.S. government. Some of the last words uttered to him by the Hulk, setting Gamma Corps' sights on the members of the [[Illuminati]], still rang fresh in his ears. When [[Green Goblin (Norman Osborn)|Iron Patriot]] found the Corps hideout while being mistakenly tracked by Prodigy, Mister Gideon went along with the rest of his group and attacked Osborn before he could arrest them. Finally, Osborn revealed he was only there to talk, and he offered Gamma Corps a position within his regime. Mister Gideon, along with the rest, agreed to be in the service of Norman Osborn, hunting down rogue super-humans.  
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When Hulk [[World War Hulk|waged war against Earth's heroes]], blaming them for his wife [[Caiera]]'s death, Mister Gideon fought him with the Corps. [[Grey]], the Corps field leader, broke Hulk's neck, and Gideon had to wrestle [[Mess]] off their fallen foe as she wanted to make sure Hulk was dead because she erroneously blamed him for killing her son. The Hulk soon healed, and he made a bee-line for Ryker's base at the Staten Island Dump. Gideon gave chase with teammates [[Griffin (Eliot Franklin)]] and [[Prodigy (Timothy Wilkerson)]], but even their combined attack proved useless. Hulk forced Gideon to accept Jim died from the virus and not from his involvement with Hulk. Then Hulk snapped both of Gideon's wrists and crushed his hands. Realizing he wanted revenge for the wrong reasons, Gideon tried reasoning with Grey not to confront the Hulk but failed, and Grey rampaged through the base, destroying it. Mister Gideon tried to make Hulk understand his mission to avenge Caiera was just as misguided as Gideon's mission to avenge Jim, but the Hulk refused to listen and left. 
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Recovered from his battle with the Hulk, Gideon followed the rest of his team into hiding; fugitives from the U.S. government. When [[Green Goblin (Norman Osborn)|Iron Patriot]] found the Corps hideout, Gideon went along with the rest of his group and attacked, believing he was there to arrest them. However, Iron Patriot was only there to offer Gamma Corps employment within [[H.A.M.M.E.R.]], and Mister Gideon agreed to hunt down unregistered superhumans with the Corps.  
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Current revision as of 22:08, 13 June 2012

 

Universe
Marvel Universe

Real Name
Gideon Wilson

Aliases
None

Identity
Secret

Citizenship
USA

Place of Birth
New York

First Appearance
World War Hulk: Gamma Corps #1 (2007)

Origin
World War Hulk: Gamma Corps #2 and 4 (2007)

Gideon Wilson used to be a reverend, but he did not always act the part. When his son Jim decided to leave school and travel to New Mexico, Gideon was furious because of the strings he had to pull to even get Jim into school in the first place; and he felt Jim wanted to waste his life, living in sin. Before Jim left, they exchanged harsh words which nearly led to violence, and Jim told his father they would never see each other again. Seeing reports on the news of Hulk (Bruce Banner) rampaging through New Mexico, Gideon prayed for his son’s safety, but years later, Jim died of the A.I.D.S. virus. Gideon instead blamed Hulk for Jim's death. At the funeral, General John Ryker disguised as a priest proposed an offer to Gideon to undergo experiments which would give him powers, making him an approximate equivalent to Doc Samson. Gideon agreed and became part of Ryker's Gamma Corps.

When Hulk waged war against Earth's heroes, blaming them for his wife Caiera's death, Mister Gideon fought him with the Corps. Grey, the Corps field leader, broke Hulk's neck, and Gideon had to wrestle Mess off their fallen foe as she wanted to make sure Hulk was dead because she erroneously blamed him for killing her son. The Hulk soon healed, and he made a bee-line for Ryker's base at the Staten Island Dump. Gideon gave chase with teammates Griffin (Eliot Franklin) and Prodigy (Timothy Wilkerson), but even their combined attack proved useless. Hulk forced Gideon to accept Jim died from the virus and not from his involvement with Hulk. Then Hulk snapped both of Gideon's wrists and crushed his hands. Realizing he wanted revenge for the wrong reasons, Gideon tried reasoning with Grey not to confront the Hulk but failed, and Grey rampaged through the base, destroying it. Mister Gideon tried to make Hulk understand his mission to avenge Caiera was just as misguided as Gideon's mission to avenge Jim, but the Hulk refused to listen and left.

Recovered from his battle with the Hulk, Gideon followed the rest of his team into hiding; fugitives from the U.S. government. When Iron Patriot found the Corps hideout, Gideon went along with the rest of his group and attacked, believing he was there to arrest them. However, Iron Patriot was only there to offer Gamma Corps employment within H.A.M.M.E.R., and Mister Gideon agreed to hunt down unregistered superhumans with the Corps.


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