- Sidewinder (comics)
debut="Marvel Two-in-One" #64 (Jun 1980)
Mark Gruenwaldand Ralph Macchio
Serpent Squad III
powers=Teleportation| Sidewinder (Seth Voelker) is a fictional character, a
reformed super villainin the Marvel Comics Universewho first appeared in "Marvel Two-in-One" #64 (Jun 1980) and was created by Mark Gruenwaldand Ralph Macchio.
Fictional character biography
Seth Voelker was born in
Kenosha, Wisconsin. As Sidewinder, he was originally hired by the Roxxon Oil Companyto retrieve the Serpent Crown. Alongside the third incarnation of the Serpent Squad, Sidewinder was able to return the crown to company president Hugh Jones. However, after his stint working for Roxxon, he decided to form his own criminal organization, the Serpent Society. ["Captain America" #310] With the ability to teleport, Sidewinder promised his recruits they would never be imprisoned. This attracted several snake-themed villains, and the Serpent Society was quite the success. He also had a romantic relationship with Black Mamba.
Later, Sidewinder was betrayed by his organization after Viper infiltrated the group. After being poisoned, he was aided by Diamondback and the two survived. He also helped Black Mamba and the Asp escape King Cobra's grasp. A robotic Sidewinder later appeared and was employed by King Cobra.
Most recently, Sidewinder was seen in an interview and has since retired from villainy ["New Thunderbolts" #7] .
After Seth his left, King Cobra eventually used the Brand equipment to create the new Sidewinder.
The first new Sidewinder was hierd by
Death-Stingand Sharydto infiltrate a S.H.I.E.L.D.station and retrieve the Zodiac Key, as an early test mission. Sidewinder made it past the neural shock unit, defeated the S.H.I.E.L.D. guards and marveled at the Key's power. He teleported past the electro-shield only to be savagely electorcuted, leaving only his skieleton behind. He was first(and only) appearance in "Iron Fist" (vol. 3) #1 (1998).
With the second Sidewinder's death, King Cobra created the next villain. The third Sidewinder has been seen as member of the
Serpent Societyunder Cobra's leadership. After the group had captured and chained Captain Americaand Diamondback (really an L.M.D.) in this underground New York headquarters the pair escaped. Sidewinder was knocked out by "Diamondback". S.H.I.E.L.D.subsequently took Sidewinder and the rest of the Society into custody. He was first appearance in "Captain America" (vol. 4) #31 (November, 2004).
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