13 Facts About Darren Cross


Darren Agonistes Cross is a fictional supervillain appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.

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Darren Cross is the archenemy of Scott Lang, and the cousin of Crossfire.

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Darren Cross is a millionaire and the founder of a successful corporation, which rivals its top competitors.

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Darren Cross was diagnosed with a heart condition due to overwork, and had to use an experimental nucleorganic pacemaker in order to save his life.

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Darren Cross engages in combat against Ant-Man while Ant-Man buys time for Sondheim to transplant another heart to Cassie.

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Darren Cross is ultimately forced to flee with his son when the Pym Particles now in his body cause him to shrink down.

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Darren Cross later represents his own company when he attends a meeting at the Universal Bank with Tiberius Stone of Alchemax, Wilson Fisk of Fisk Industries, Sebastian Shaw of Shaw Industries, Zeke Stane of Stane International, Frr'dox of Shi'ar Solutions Consolidated, and Wilhelmina Kensington of Kilgore Arms where they discuss Dario Agger's and Roxxon Energy Corporation's plans to exploit the Ten Realms of Asgard.

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Darren Cross sees the arrival of Exterminatrix of the Midas Foundation who knocks out Dario and declares herself a new member of their assembly.

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Darren Cross would join the Hellfire Club on an assault on Krakoa.

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Darren Cross possesses a keen scientific mind and is a successful businessman.

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Egghead later created the Yellowjacket suit for Darren Cross to help him control his Pym Particle quantum powers.

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The armor grants Darren Cross enhanced durability and flight, in addition to featuring "stingers" that can discharge powerful blasts of bio-electrical energy.

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Darren Cross seeks to sell the Yellowjacket prototype to HYDRA and the Ten Rings, prompting Pym to recruit Scott Lang to become the new Ant-Man so the two of them and Pym's daughter Hope van Dyne could intervene.

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