Megaton (Character)

Megaton

Publisher: Megaton Comics

Created by: Gary Carlson

1st appearance: Megaton #1, November 1983

Nationality: African American

Aliases: none

Team Affiliations: none

Legal Status: no criminal record

Height: 5’11”                                               Weight: 177lbs

Eyes: Brown                                                Hair: Black

Relatives: (unknown)

Skills and abilities: Former entertainer

Powers: Superhuman strength, stamina, reflexes, and sensory perception;incredibly resistant to disease and possess amazing recuperative powers, can survive anything short of fatal injuries to his brain or hearts; abnormally tolerant of extreme heat and cold

Weapons: Anti- gravity wrist bands and boots allow for flight

Biography
Matthew Scott was born with two hearts, a condition that endowed the toddler with the strength of a fully grown man. While traveling in the sideshow of a small circus, the four year old strongman was “discovered” by Hollywood agent Oscar Sherman who landed Matt the starring role in the Disney film “THE WORLD’S STRONGEST BOY”, followed by a long-running television show of the same name. He continued to tour as a headliner with the Ringling Bros./Barnum and Bailey Circus. This was followed by a phenomenal but brief recording career as a teenage pop idol. At age 17 he left the Disney fold and starred in a number of motion pictures before his career was derailed by health problems. His hearts began to beat out of synchronization, eventually landing Matt in a life-support device with a projected six months to live. Dr. Wendall Pomeroy, a scientist spearheading a failed top-secret military program to create a super-soldier believed that Matt, with his double hearts and expanded circulatory system, was the perfect subject to revive the program. PROJECT PULSAR invented a process that supercharged the subject’s metabolism, increasing his strength, stamina, reflexes and senses. Unfortunately, all of the test subjects had died, prematurely aging due to their hyper metabolisms. Pomeroy was right, and Matt began a new career – – as a super hero.

Marcus Roberts

Marcus is a freelance writer and longtime comic book collector. He is a husband and father of two. He is also a certified Life Skills Coach with a degree in psychology. He is a moderator for the Independent Creators Connection (ICC) and ICC Anthologies groups and an administrator for the Heroes of Color page on Facebook,and the creator of Project Nexus and The Protector. Written credits include Jennifer Rash's Dream Angel , and from ICC Publishing, IHERO 3,Imperia: The Chaos of Calamity and ICC Magazine.

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