|First appearance||Blade the Vampire Hunter #9 (March, 1995)|
|Created by||Terry Kavanagh, Douglas H. Wheatley, Steve Moncuse|
|Notable aliases||Project: Postmortem|
|Abilities||Cybernetic body that grants him immortality, and superhuman strength and endurance. One arm is a chainsaw, the other a collection of scalpels and knives.|
Postmortem is a fictional cyborg supervillain appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. He was an ally of Dracula, and an enemy of Blade. He first appeared in Blade the Vampire Hunter #9 (March 1995).
Fictional character biography[edit | edit source]
Postmortem was a scientist who for decades had maintained a secret laboratory in the 13th floor of the Chrysler Building in Manhattan, largely paid for with funding by Dracula. He developed a kind of nanite that could rewrite a subject's genetic code, ostensibly to create a "next generation" of vampire. The scientist tested the nanites out on himself and was transformed into Postmortem.
Postmortem was confronted in his laboratory by the vampire hunter Blade, and mistook him for an agent of Dracula, coming to cancel the project's funding. They fought, and Blade succeeded in killing Postmortem.[volume & issue needed]
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References[edit | edit source]
- Postmortem at the Appendix to the Handbook of the Marvel universe
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