Alias
Carrion
Nick Name
|
Civilian ID

Carrion I

Clone of Dr. Miles Warren


Carrion II

Malcolm McBride


Carrion III

Dr. William Allen


Occupation

Carrion I

Ghoul


Carrion II

Ghoul


Carrion III

Ghoul

Scientist


Legal Status

Carrion I

Deceased non-citizen of the United States with no official record.


Carrion II

Citizen of the United States with no criminal record.


Carrion III

Citizen of the United States with no criminal record.


Nation or Planet of Origin

Carrion I

New York, New York


Carrion II

Astoria, New York


Carrion III

Annapolis, Maryland


Group Affiliation

Carrion I

None


Carrion II

Maximum Carnage


Carrion III

S.H.I.E.L.D.


Base of Operations
New York, New York
Height
5' 10"
Weight
175 lbs.
Eye Color
Yellow
Hair Color
Bald
Known Powers

Carrion I

Mutated zombie clone of a normal human; possessing superhuman strength, speed, stamina, agility and durability capable of deteriorating organic matter via touch, moving objects via telepathy, controlling its density to an intangible state, teleportation and infecting others via a self-generating virus.


Carrion II & III

Normal humans infected with the Carrion Virus presumably granting superhuman strength, speed, stamina, agility and durability capable of deteriorating organic matter via touch, moving objects via telepathy, controlling its density to an intangible state, teleportation and infecting others via a self-generating virus.


Accessories

Red Dust of Decay: Infection in the form of a red dust which can corrode organic and inorganic matter, infect others causing disease, incapacitation, mutation or death.


Common Enemies

Spider-Man I

White Tiger I


Regularly Appearing
Spectacular Spider-Man Vol. 1
First Appearance

Carrion I

Spectacular Spider-Man Vol. 2 #25 (Dec. 1978)


Carrion II

Spectacular Spider-Man Vol. 2 #149 (April, 1989)


Carrion III

Spider-Man: Dead Man's Hand #1 (1997)


Creator
Bob Hall & Bill Mantlo
Origin

One of many clones of Dr. Miles Warren, Carrion lay in stasis until its cloning vat malfunctioned aging it into death and then beyond. When the zombie clone was freed from its chamber it possessed superhuman abilities including an ability to create a virus with multiple effects upon it victims.


Born with a genetic memory of Dr. Warren's defeat and humiliation by Spider-Man, the clone's only goal was an overriding desire for revenge.


Thor