Meld (comics)

Meld (comics)
Meld
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Publication information
Publisher Marvel Comics
First appearance Sentinel Squad O*N*E #1 (March 2006)
Created by John Layman & Aaron Lopresti
In-story information
Alter ego Jeremiah Muldoon
Species Human Mutant
Team affiliations Sentinel Squad O*N*E
Abilities Ability to liquefy and reshape metal
Sentinel grants:
Superhuman strength and durability,
Energy blasts,
Flight

Meld (Jeremiah Muldoon) is a fictional mutant character in the Marvel Comics Universe. Meld's first appearance was in Sentinel Squad O*N*E #1, created by John Layman and Aaron Lopresti.

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Fictional character biography

Meld was found abandoned at a military base, whence he was raised by a couple on the base. He eventually entered into military service, however, due to being a mutant, he was never really accepted and moved from assignment to assignment until becoming part of the Sentinel Squad O*N*E.[1]

Meld learnt that Alexander Lexington was a mutant, but kept this a secret. He even claimed that he had tampered with Lex's Sentinel when Lexington was forced to use his powers during a mission.[2]

During a mission to Ecuador, Meld volunteered to stay behind to attend to some mutant children. The rest of the team faked his death to cover his exit.[3]

Utopia

Meld meets with Hellion, Lorelei Travis, Match, Sunspot, Adam X and Avalanche. They plan and start a riot together. Meld and his companions are later defeated by Emma Frost and her team of Dark X-Men.[4] After a battle, the mutants are taken into custody.[5]

Necrosha

Meld is fatally injured when he is nearly strangled to death by Senyaka when Selene's Inner Circle attacks Utopia and is later confirmed to have died from his injuries.

Powers and abilities

Meld has a metal-altering power enables him to liquefy and reshape all forms of metal through physical contact, Sentinel mech gives him extraordinary size and strength, reinforced armor plating, pulsar beams, optical lasers, non-lethal smoke bomb and capture net ordinance, and boot rockets.


References

  1. ^ Sentinel Squad O*N*E #1
  2. ^ Sentinel Squad O*N*E #2
  3. ^ Sentinel Squad O*N*E #5
  4. ^ Uncanny X-Men #513
  5. ^ Dark Avengers #7



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