SIX PACK / WILD PACK

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20th September 2012

Six Pack / Wild Pack

First appearance:
X-Force (1st series) #8 [as Wild Pack],
Cable: Blood and Metal #1 [as Six Pack]

Membership: Cable, Domino II, G.W. Bridge, Garrison Kane, Grizzly, Hammer III, Anaconda, Constrictor, Solo, Deadpool
Associates: Copycat


Cable (Nathan Christopher Charles Dayspring Summers)
First appearance: Uncanny X-Men (1st series) #201 [as baby], New Mutants (1st series) #87 [as an adult]
First Six Pack appearance: X-Force (1st series) #8

All Six Pack appearances: X-Force (1st series) #8, Cable (1st series) #33, Cable: Blood and Metal #1-2

Powers: psionic legacy manifests itself as telepathy, psychokinesis, and a latent time skipping ability which can be accessed by mechanical aids

Equipment: Cable has various safehouses and weapon depots around the world.

Domino II
First appearance: X-Force (1st series) #8

All Six Pack appearances: X-Force (1st series) #8, Cable: Blood and Metal #1-2, X-Force (1st series) #20-24, Cable (1st series) #4, Nomad (2nd series) #20, Cable / Deadpool #7-12, 33-34

Powers: bio-electric current delivered through her body augments her natural agility and reflexes to peak human levels, and creates a probability field effect that alters the laws of chance so that events tend to fall into place for her

Equipment: Explosive-pellet-scattering rifle, laser rifle, laser pistols, knife, shoulder-mounted mini-rocket launchers, targeting eyepiece.

Fact:
- The Domino who joined the New Mutants / X-Force in New Mutants (1st series) #98 was actually the shapeshifter Copycat. The real Domino was first seen in the Six Pack flashback of X-Force (1st series) #8 and as Tolliver's captive in X-Force (1st series) #11.
- Domino has used dozens of aliases in her career and her real name has not been established. “Neena Thurman” is her most commonly used alias today.

George Washington “G.W.“ Bridge
First appearance: X-Force (1st series) #1
First Six Pack appearance: X-Force (1st series) #8
Last appearance: Punisher (8th series) #10

All Six Pack appearances: X-Force (1st series) #8, Cable (1st series) #33, Cable: Blood and Metal #1-2, Cable (1st series) #3-4, Cable / Deadpool #7-8, 10-12, 33-34

Powers: highly trained special agent and tactician, expert at unarmed combat and trained in the use of a variety of long- and short-range weapons

Weapon X II (Garrison Kane)
First appearance: X-Force (1st series) #2
First Six Pack appearance: X-Force (1st series) #8
Last appearance: Weapon X (2nd series) #12

All Six Pack appearances: X-Force (1st series) #8, Cable: Blood and Metal #1-2, Cable (2nd series) #4, Nomad (2nd series) #20

Powers: quadriplegic outfitted with four cybernetic limbs which grant him superhuman strength, speed and reflexes, detach at the shoulder or can be fired off as projectiles from the wrist, can convert into synth-org mode to appear human, and contain retractable shields, wire-guided taser charges, and plasma releasers

Grizzly II (Theodore Winchester)
First appearance: X-Force (1st series) #8
Last appearance: Cable (1st series) #24

All Six Pack appearances: X-Force (1st series) #8, Cable: Blood and Metal #1-2, X-Force (1st series) #20-24, Cable (2nd series) #4, Nomad (2nd series) #20

Powers: massive, red-furred body gives him superhuman strength, endurance, reflexes, resistance to physical injury, heightened senses, and razor edged claws

Hammer III (Eisenhower “Ike” Canty)
First appearance: X-Force (1st series) #8

All Six Pack appearances: X-Force (1st series) #8, Cable: Blood and Metal #1-2, X-Force (1st series) #21-24, Cable (2nd series) #4, Nomad (2nd series) #20, Cable / Deadpool #7-8, 10-12, 33-34

Powers: technological genius and machinesmith, travels in a tongue-operated wheelchair and a modified Winnebago, both outfitted with a variety of extra features

Anaconda (Blanche Sitznski)
First appearance: Marvel Two-In-One (1st series) #64
First Six Pack appearance: Cable / Deadpool #7

All Six Pack appearances: Cable / Deadpool #7-12, 33-34

Powers: bio-regenerative factor gives her heightened strength, agility, endurance, reflexes, and near-immortality due to his ability to rebuild and restore his body from virtually any wound or injury

Constrictor (Frank Payne / Frankie Schlichting)
First appearance: Incredible Hulk (2nd series) #212
First Six Pack appearance: Cable / Deadpool #7

All Six Pack appearances: Cable / Deadpool #7-12

Powers: technological body suit outfitted with Kevlar armor, infrared lenses, and cybernetically-controlled vibranium coils that extend from his wrists and carry an electrical charge

Solo (James Bourne)
First appearance: Web of Spider-Man (1st series) #19
First Six Pack appearance: Cable / Deadpool #7

All Six Pack appearances: Cable / Deadpool #7-12, 33-34

Powers: bio-chip implant enables him to teleport instantaneously between locations

Deadpool (Wade Winston Wilson)
First appearance: New Mutants (1st series) #98
First Six Pack appearance: Cable / Deadpool #33

All Six Pack appearances: Cable / Deadpool #33-34

Powers: possesses a regeneration factor granting augmented strength, agility, endurance, reflexes, massive recuperative powers and virtual immortality

Six Pack associate
Copycat (Vanessa Geraldine Carlysle)
First appearance: New Mutants (1st series) #98 [as Domino], X-Force (1st series) #11 [exposed as an imposter]
First Six Pack appearance: X-Force (1st series) #23
Last appearance: Deadpool (2nd series) #59

All Six Pack appearances: X-Force (1st series) #23-24, Cable (2nd series) #4

Powers: metamorph power gives her a template form with blue skin, streaked red and white hair, and opaque eyes, which she can consciously morph into different human shapes or perfectly mimic another person‘s mind, body, and special powers through long-term physical proximity