Alias


Titanium Man
Nick Name
Chelovek-Titan
Civilian ID

Titanium Man I

Boris Bullski


Titanium Man II

"The Gremlin" Topolov


Titanium Man III

Unknown


Alias

Andy Stockwell


Occupation

Titanium Man I

Scientist

Solider

Spy


Titanium Man II

Scientist


Titanium Man III

Mercenary

Sleeper Agent


Legal Status

Titanium Man I

Deceased citizen of the Soviet Union.


Titanium Man II

Deceased citizen of the Soviet Union.


Titanium Man III

Unknown


Nation or Planet of Origin

Titanium Man I

Makeyevka, Ukraine


Titanium Man II

Soviet Union


Titanium Man III

Unknown


Group Affiliation

Titanium Man I

A.I.M.

Green Liberation Front

Remont-4

Super Soviet Soldiers

Titanic Three


Titanium Man II

Super Soviet Soldiers


Titanium Man III

(The) Hammer


Base of Operations

Titanium Man I

Soviet Union


Titanium Man II

Soviet Union


Titanium Man III

Unknown


Height

Titanium Man I: 7' 1"


Titanium Man II: 4' 6"


Titanium Man III Unknown


Weight

Titanium Man I: 475 lbs


Titanium Man II: 215 lbs.


Titanium Man III: Unknown


Eye Color

Titanium Man I: Blue


Titanium Man II: Blue


Titanium Man III: Unknown


Hair Color

Titanium Man I: Black


Titanium Man II: Bald


Titanium Man III: Unknown


Known Powers

Titanium Man I

Biologically altered human with exceptional size and strength, trained as an espionage agent.


Titanium Man II

Mutant with superhuman intelligence.


Titanium Man III

Unknown


Accessories

Titanium Man Armor enables the wearer to lift approximately 90 tons under standard operating conditions. Armor's contain various generic and specialized offensive weaponry.


Generic features include:

  • Computerized Digital Communications including a two-way radio, phone and external computer interface.
  • Sensors containing radar, sonar, X-ray and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) capabilities.
  • Plasma Beam: Laser-guided particle beam emission units mounted in the palm of each hand.
  • Boot Jets granting the power of sustained flight.
  • Human Senses Protection including sound bafflers and polarized lenses adapted for low and high-intensity light.
  • Life support and nutrition systems with underwater pressure tolerances of approximately 2000 feet, limited low orbit space capabilities and radiological filtration systems with a duration of 300 hours.
Common Enemies
Iron Man I
Regularly Appearing

Iron Man Vol. 1

Tales of Suspense Vol. 1


First Appearance
Tales of Suspense Vol. 1 #69 (Sept. 1965)
Creator
Stan Lee & Don Heck
Origin

Ukrainian spy Boris Bullski was demoted to supervisor of a Siberian labor camp when he displeased his superiors. Seeking redemption Bullski instructed imprisoned scientists at the camp to build a suite of armor using the lab of Crimson Dynamo inventor and defector Dr. Anton Vanko.


Bullski's plan was to win a propaganda victory against the west by defeating the American hero Iron Man. Because of the limited technology and resources available, Bullski's armor was much larger and less sophisticated but made of a superior titanium alloy. Issuing a public challenge to Iron Man Bullski personally fought the armored Avenger as the Titanium Man.


After several futile attempts to destroy Iron Man, Bullski apparently lost his life. Sometime before Bullski's death the Soviet Union granted access to the Titanium Man armor by the mutant genius known only as the Gremlin. The armor was consumed in flame and the Gremlin perished during a battle with Iron Man during the Armor Wars - when Tony Stark was attempting to retrieve his technology from those that would abuse it and harm others.


Years later a Soviet sleeper agent, apparently going by the alias Andy Stockwell, would continue the vendetta of the Titanium Man.


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