51 Facts About Angle Man


Angle Man lived alone with her cat named Zapata, named after one of the revolutionary leaders of Mexico.

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Angle Man was a talented hand-to-hand fighter whose skill levels have not been revealed yet.

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Angle Man is a young girl with an alien Star Charm who became a reserve member for the Justice League.

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Angle Man is still alive and is later freed after the Flash proves his father's innocence after catching Zoom.

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Angle Man was initially depicted as an obscure character, but her character's story changed in The Flash: Rebirth.

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Angle Man is a mute and kyphotic man who serves as a trusted mechanic and aide to Batman, helping to design, build, and repair that superhero's equipment.

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Angle Man worked with Azrael by request of Batman for a time before the death of the former.

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Angle Man too was Marcus Aelius and, like his counterpart before him, began operating out of Metropolis.

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Angle Man had a brief falling out with the others, since they mistakenly believed for a time that he was the Cyborg Superman in disguise.

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Angle Man aided Earth's heroes in attempting to stop the Sun-Eater from consuming the Sun during the Final Night cross-over event.

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Angle Man would go to the Virmiru homeworld where he trained beside many other alien races in many fields including using the power suit employed by their hosts.

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Angle Man was granted access to incredible knowledge and advanced technology.

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Angle Man was an unsuccessful criminal who became obsessed with crimes with unbeatable "angles".

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Angle Man plagued Wonder Woman with a series of increasingly clever schemes that involved "angles".

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Angle Man reappeared, now wearing a yellow and green costume and wielding the Angler, a Penrose triangle which could warp time and space in a variety of ways.

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Angle Man began appearing in the Wonder Woman title once more.

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Angle Man was caught by Donna Troy while trying to steal an ancient artifact from a museum.

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Angle Man became so enamored with her that he instinctively transported himself to Themyscira, seeking Donna's help when he was savagely attacked by a Fury-possessed Barbara Ann Minerva.

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Angle Man was seen grieving at Donna Troy's funeral after she was briefly killed by a Superman robot.

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However, the Catwoman the Angle Man "killed" was, in fact, a new Clayface whom Catwoman had recently encountered and asked for help.

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Angle Man has since been defeated by Holly once, but has been approached by a new villain calling himself the Film Freak, apparently a successor to the deceased Batman villain of the same name.

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Angle Man informs Diana that Circe has amplified his powers and uses his Angler to replicate itself as a projectile stabbing tool.

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The Angle Man is rendered unconscious by Robin in hand-to-hand combat and is then arrested under the authority of the Department of Metahuman Affairs.

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The Angle Man is first seen in a bar witnessing the news of Superman and Wonder Woman's romantic coupling.

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Angle Man participated in a meeting of several supervillains during the Forever Evil storyline.

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The Angle Man later resurfaced in Zandia, a political haven for costumed supervillains.

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Angle Man became the embodiment of mankind's rage and masculine drive, and quickly developed physical powers of her own.

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Angle Man met the Teen Titans and battled a variety of supernatural menaces.

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Angle Man appeared in the Young Justice series, the final issue of Infinite Crisis, and again in the more recent Titans East Special as a potential member of Cyborg's new group.

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Angle Man was badly wounded along with the rest of the team at the conclusion of the special and was left in a coma along with Lagoon Boy and Vulcan.

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Angle Man came out of her coma sometime later and appeared in Faces of Evil: Prometheus one-shot in January 2009.

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Angle Man is part of a new Blood Pack alongside Gunfire, Hook and Argus.

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Angle Man was depicted as Penny Fleck's therapist at Arkham State Hospital.

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Angle Man wanted to be a big game hunter, but an argument with his father left him cut off from the family fortune.

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Angle Man attempted to get revenge on Superman which failed and the Archer was returned to prison.

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Angle Man would go on to work with the Blood Pack, a team of superheroes formed out of the survivors of the alien attacks.

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Angle Man is shown to be the leader of a new version of the Blood Pack.

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Angle Man can become invisible in shadows, and can see beyond the visible light spectrum into the infrared and ultraviolet.

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Angle Man was the founder of Arkham Asylum and is the uncle of Jeremiah Arkham.

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Angle Man continues his mission even after he is incarcerated in the Asylum himself after trying to kill his stockbroker in 1929; he scratches the words of a binding spell into the walls and floor of his cell with his fingernails and constantly belts out "The Star-Spangled Banner" in a loud voice until the day he dies.

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Angle Man was created by writer Gerard Jones and artist Curt Swan, who based him on a fan parody character.

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Angle Man returned years later and, without uttering a single word, killed his brother and his queen, plunging Atlantis into a civil war.

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Angle Man is first seen in statue form holding his three-pronged trident and later as the commander-leader of the Atleanteans in the flashback sequence of the first Apokoliptian invasion of Earth by a young Uxas.

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Angle Man reappears in Aquaman but is portrayed by Graham McTavish.

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Angle Man would marry her betrothed who now sat on the throne of the undersea nation as king, eventually fathering a second child to him called Orm Marius, one whom would later ascend to monarchy in later life.

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Atom Angle Man is the name of a character appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics.

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Angle Man was defeated by Superman and Batman who managed to send him back to Earth-Two where his Earth-One powers faded and he was apprehended by Earth-Two's Superman and Robin.

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Angle Man attacked Lois with his flamethrower before being knocked back by Superman and tased by Lois.

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Angle Man has the mission to "bring order and meaning where incoherence reigns".

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Angle Man sends them to the various places in time where the Seven Soldiers have been exiled.

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Angle Man first appeared in the Green Lantern: The Animated Series episode "Beware My Power".

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