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Tales of Suspense #56
The Unicorn later became a free agent, appearing as an agent to Count Nefaria claiming the need to raise funds for subversive activities. However, when Nefaria was defeated by the X-Men, the Unicorn escaped.
After this, he returned to Slovakia, where his superiors performed experimental conditioning on him to augment his powers. In addition to superhuman powers, he found himself free of the psychological conditioning the government had given him. He fled, destroying the “hyper-activator” device as he left. Unfortunately, he was also left with "accelerated cellular deterioration," a side-effect of the experiment. He immediately tried to raise funds by posing as a scientist and fooling the United States Congress into giving him a grant, but he was exposed by Iron Man. He then sought help from another former Soviet villain, the Red Ghost, only to be used as a henchman.
He then sought help from the Mandarin, but again was merely used as a pawn, once again against Iron Man. The Mandarin had used a device to mentally control the Unicorn in battle, and a later tussle with Iron Man actually trapped Mandarin’s mind in the Unicorn’s body, although they later recovered.
The Unicorn next sought the Titanium Man, who would agreed to find a cure for Milos in return for various "favors." Iron Man, during one such Titanium Man-"favored" battle, captured the Unicorn. He managed to cure the disease, but unfortunately, the process finally unhinged the Unicorn’s already-unstable mind; he had become insane. He battled Iron Man again but escaped, walking into the waves of the sea, claiming the Titanium Man was waiting for him.
At some point, Milos Masayrk was discovered by Valentin Shatalov, the then-current Crimson Dynamo, and recruited for a secret project: the “Remont” plan to restore Russia to the glory days of Stalin. The Unicorn, clearly insane and beyond rationality, was defeated by the People's Protectorate and placed in another Soviet lab, where his eyestalk/third eye was revealed. Going on a subsequent berserk rampage, he was defeated by Synthesizer and Titanium Man and impressed into the service of Shatalov’s Remont-4.
The Unicorn apparently recovered, and in his next appearance was wearing his headpiece again. He was recruited into the Stockpile, a group of super-powered villains hired by Morgan Stark, Tony Stark's "evil cousin." After a battle with Iron Man (during the time when he was replaced by an alternate version of his younger self), the group was basically wiped out, with the Unicorn being the only member of the group who definitely escaped to parts unknown.More recently, the Unicorn was rounded up by the Thunderbolts, who were acting on behalf of the United States government to capture super-villains in the wake of the Superhuman Registration Act. Like the other captured villains, the Unicorn was offered a choice to go to prison or to register himself with the SHRA and join the team. The Unicorn opted for the latter.