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{{Powerbox|
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   universe = [[Marvel Universe]]
   universe = [[Marvel Universe]]
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| real_name = Unrevealed
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| real_name = Unpronounceable
| identity = Secret
| identity = Secret
| occupation = Adventurer, Guardian of the Mindscape
| occupation = Adventurer, Guardian of the Mindscape
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| aliases = Rick Sheridan, Sleepy
| aliases = Rick Sheridan, Sleepy
| relatives = Unrevealed
| relatives = Unrevealed
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| height = 5'7''-7'' (Variable)
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| height =  
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| weight = 140-331lbs (Variable)
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| weight =  
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| eyes = (as Sleepwalker) Red and multi-faceted, (as Rick) Brown
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| eyes = (as Sleepwalker) Red, (as Rick) Brown
| hair = (as Sleepwalker) None, (as Rick) Brown
| hair = (as Sleepwalker) None, (as Rick) Brown
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| powers = Sleepwalker possesses super strength, able to lift 10 to 20 tons, and durability, providing resistance to most conventional weaponry; Sleepwalkers height and musculature have varied markedly under unspecified circumstances. While in the Earth's dimension he is resistant to it's native magics, even those of the Sorcerer Supreme. Sleepwalker has enhanced agility, reflexes, running speed and stamina. He has superhuman visual acuity and can detect wavelength colors invisible to humans, as well as energy or magic. His eyes can project crude images of what he has seen, or warp-beams that can rehape physical matter. He has sworn never to use this warp-beam on living beings as, while the physical effect is temporary, the mental effects can be permanent; it releases their worst nightmare, forcing them to relive it constantly; however, it did not appear to have this effect on Deathlok. Prolongued use of his warp-beam diminishes it, particularly if used at great intensity, though rest replenishes it. He has a mental link with Rick Sheridan, facilitating entry into Rick's mind. Sleepwalker can normally only operate on Earth while Rick sleeps, and is forcibly returned to Rick's mind upon his awakening. He gradually weakens the longer he is away from the mental plane, and prolongued stays on Earth can lead to death. If seperated from Rick, he can form a link with another willing host to absorb mental energies. Sleepwalker can levitate, but the higher he levitates above the planets surface the weaker he becomes. For greater air speed he can create a wind funnel using his warp-beam. As Sleepwalker does not sleep, he is immune to powers that render other beings asleep such as the power of Lullaby.  
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| powers = Sleepwalker possesses super-strength and flotation-like flight. Sleepwalker's only offensive power is his warp gaze. With this vision-based power, Sleepwalker can alter the shape of physical objects and twist them to his purposes. Sleepwalker initially demonstrated this power by using it to distort a sidewalk to capture a criminal. He also used this ability once on air molecules to create a wind tunnel for faster aerial travel.
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| abilities = Sleepwalker has above normal intelligence, is an expert in the combat use of his powers and is a skilled tracker.
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| abilities =  
| weapons = None
| weapons = None
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| paraphernalia = Members of his alien race use hi-tech devices called "Imaginators" which is what may be used to teleport a captured creature to another part of the Mindscape dimension, although Sleepwalker's device has been lost. Without a clear destination, the Imaginator is drawn to areas of greater mental activity.
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| paraphernalia = Members of his alien race use hi-tech devices called "Imaginators" which is what may be used to teleport a captured creature to another part of the Mindscape dimension, although Sleepwalker's device has been lost.
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| debut = Sleepwalker #1
| debut = Sleepwalker #1
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When he finally dreamt, Sheridan fought this strangely-dressed, haunting figure. Rick reacted by tearing off Sleepwalker's Imaginator (a badge-like device worn by Sleepwalkers used to teleport around the Mindscape.) This resulted in an odd situation, further trapping the two together: when Rick slept, Sleepwalker could materialize in reality or he could stay in Rick's mind and converse with him via his dreams. It was through these conversations that Sleepwalker was able to dispel Rick's initial fears that he was a malicious entity that wished him harm and work out agreeable terms of cohabitation.
When he finally dreamt, Sheridan fought this strangely-dressed, haunting figure. Rick reacted by tearing off Sleepwalker's Imaginator (a badge-like device worn by Sleepwalkers used to teleport around the Mindscape.) This resulted in an odd situation, further trapping the two together: when Rick slept, Sleepwalker could materialize in reality or he could stay in Rick's mind and converse with him via his dreams. It was through these conversations that Sleepwalker was able to dispel Rick's initial fears that he was a malicious entity that wished him harm and work out agreeable terms of cohabitation.
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The Sleepwalker learned that Earth was a place full of those who preyed upon the innocent, just like Cobweb and the malevolent entities of the Mindscape. He became a crimefighter, fighting against costumed villains such as [[8-Ball]], [[Bookworm]], the [[Chain Gang]], and [[Lullaby]]. He also teamed up with several of New York's heroes. Once, he joined [[Spider-Man (Peter Parker)|Spider-Man]], the [[Fantastic Four]], and a half-dozen others to defeat the [[Sinister Six]] when the villains were backed by the supernatural [[Gog]]. Another time, the Sleepwalker became one of [[Doctor Strange (Stephen Strange)|Doctor Strange's]] Secret Defenders against the demonic [[Roadkill]].  
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The Sleepwalker learned that Earth was a place full of those who preyed upon the innocent, just like Cobweb and the malevolent entities of the Mindscape. He became a crimefighter, fighting against costumed villains such as [[8-Ball (Jeff Hagees)|8-Ball]], [[Bookworm]], the [[Chain Gang]], and [[Lullaby]]. He also teamed up with several of New York's heroes. Once, he joined [[Spider-Man (Peter Parker)|Spider-Man]], the [[Fantastic Four]], and a half-dozen others to defeat the [[Sinister Six]] when the villains were backed by the supernatural [[Gog]]. Another time, the Sleepwalker became one of [[Doctor Strange (Stephen Strange)|Doctor Strange's]] Secret Defenders against the demonic [[Roadkill]].  
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It was later revealed that Sleepwalker's race was not one dedicated to protecting Earth but in fact secretly planned to conquer it. When the race tried to invade the world, Sleepwalker decided to rebel. This turned out to be a plot by Sleepwalker's old foe [[Cobweb (Mindscape)|Cobweb]] to spread mass insanity and thereby gain more power. [[Cobweb (Mindscape)|Cobweb]] transformed his own minions to appear as the Sleepwalker race and sent them to Earth using Sleepwalker's long lost Imaginator. After reclaiming the Imaginator, Sleepwalker disappered into the subconcious of his host, Rick.
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It was later revealed that Sleepwalker's race was not one dedicated to protecting Earth but in fact secretly planned to conquer it. When the race tried to invade the world, Sleepwalker decided to rebel. This turned out to be a plot by Sleepwalker's old foe [[Cobweb (Mindscape)|Cobweb]] to spread mass insanity and thereby gain more power. Cobweb transformed his own minions to appear as the Sleepwalker race and sent them to Earth using Sleepwalker's long lost Imaginator. After reclaiming the Imaginator, Sleepwalker disappeared into the subconscious of his host, Rick.
Recently, Sleepwalker reappeared, forming the [[League of Losers]] along with a combination of obscure superheroes [[Darkhawk]], [[Speedball (Robert Baldwin)|Speedball]], [[Dagger]], [[Arana (Anya Corazon)|Araña]], [[X-23]], [[Gravity]], [[Terror]], and [[Mutant 2099]]. The team was forced to seek refuge in the far future, to defeat the villain [[Chronok]]. At this time his link with Rick appeared severed. Sleepwalker remained in the future, as after they "fixed" their past, the heroes realized they were "already there" and therefore unable to return.
Recently, Sleepwalker reappeared, forming the [[League of Losers]] along with a combination of obscure superheroes [[Darkhawk]], [[Speedball (Robert Baldwin)|Speedball]], [[Dagger]], [[Arana (Anya Corazon)|Araña]], [[X-23]], [[Gravity]], [[Terror]], and [[Mutant 2099]]. The team was forced to seek refuge in the far future, to defeat the villain [[Chronok]]. At this time his link with Rick appeared severed. Sleepwalker remained in the future, as after they "fixed" their past, the heroes realized they were "already there" and therefore unable to return.
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Current revision as of 10:32, 27 March 2010

 

Universe
Marvel Universe

Real Name
Unpronounceable

Aliases
Rick Sheridan, Sleepy

Identity
Secret

Citizenship
(Sleepwalker) unknown, (Rick) U.S.A.

Place of Birth
Dimension known as the Mindscape

First Appearance
Sleepwalker #1

The Mindscape: the dimension which borders on the minds of all sentient creatures. The evil Mindscape entities often seek to enter the minds of sentient beings and drive them mad. Protection comes from the Sleepwalkers, other entities of the Mindscape sworn to prevent the evil beings from entering the minds of innocents. Sleepwalkers are guardians of the Mindscape-- they apprehended beings that invade the sleeping minds of humans. One of these guardians was tricked by his long time foe known as Cobweb into entering the mind of one individual, New York college student Rick Sheridan. The two fought within Sheridan's dreams, but when Cobweb left, the Sleepwalker found himself trapped.

As the Sleepwalker tried to leave Sheridan's mind, he found himself appearing in Sheridan's dreams, or, alternatively, into Earth when Sheridan was asleep. At first, Sheridan believed that the Sleepwalker was just a character in his dreams, until watching the evening news and seeing a report about an attempted robbery. The robbery had been broken up by someone who, according to a police sketch drawn from the description given to them by eyewitnesses, looked exactly like the being in Sheridan's dreams. Sheridan decided to avoid sleep as long as possible, in order to avoid releasing the being again.

When he finally dreamt, Sheridan fought this strangely-dressed, haunting figure. Rick reacted by tearing off Sleepwalker's Imaginator (a badge-like device worn by Sleepwalkers used to teleport around the Mindscape.) This resulted in an odd situation, further trapping the two together: when Rick slept, Sleepwalker could materialize in reality or he could stay in Rick's mind and converse with him via his dreams. It was through these conversations that Sleepwalker was able to dispel Rick's initial fears that he was a malicious entity that wished him harm and work out agreeable terms of cohabitation.

The Sleepwalker learned that Earth was a place full of those who preyed upon the innocent, just like Cobweb and the malevolent entities of the Mindscape. He became a crimefighter, fighting against costumed villains such as 8-Ball, Bookworm, the Chain Gang, and Lullaby. He also teamed up with several of New York's heroes. Once, he joined Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four, and a half-dozen others to defeat the Sinister Six when the villains were backed by the supernatural Gog. Another time, the Sleepwalker became one of Doctor Strange's Secret Defenders against the demonic Roadkill.

It was later revealed that Sleepwalker's race was not one dedicated to protecting Earth but in fact secretly planned to conquer it. When the race tried to invade the world, Sleepwalker decided to rebel. This turned out to be a plot by Sleepwalker's old foe Cobweb to spread mass insanity and thereby gain more power. Cobweb transformed his own minions to appear as the Sleepwalker race and sent them to Earth using Sleepwalker's long lost Imaginator. After reclaiming the Imaginator, Sleepwalker disappeared into the subconscious of his host, Rick.

Recently, Sleepwalker reappeared, forming the League of Losers along with a combination of obscure superheroes Darkhawk, Speedball, Dagger, Araña, X-23, Gravity, Terror, and Mutant 2099. The team was forced to seek refuge in the far future, to defeat the villain Chronok. At this time his link with Rick appeared severed. Sleepwalker remained in the future, as after they "fixed" their past, the heroes realized they were "already there" and therefore unable to return.



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