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Amadeus Cho

Amadeus Cho.
Art by Takeshi Miyazawa.
Publication information
Publisher Marvel Comics
First appearance Amazing Fantasy vol. 2 #15 (January 2006)
Created by Greg Pak
Takeshi Miyazawa
In story information
Alter ego Amadeus Cho
Team affiliations Renegades
Notable aliases Mastermind Excello
Abilities Super-Genius

Amadeus Cho is a fictional character created by Greg Pak and Takeshi Miyazawa. He first appeared in Amazing Fantasy (volume 2) #15, in one of an anthology of stories.[1] Pak later brought Cho back as a major character in the World War Hulk storyline. World War Hulk is a comic book crossover storyline published by Marvel Comics beginning in May 2007. ... The Twelve is an American comic book miniseries from Marvel Comics, which the company announced in July 2007 would run 12 issues beginning spring 2008, with the creative team of writer J. Michael Straczynski and artist Chris Weston. ... Image File history File links This is a lossless scalable vector image. ... Image File history File links Size of this preview: 356 × 599 pixelsFull resolution (461 × 776 pixel, file size: 337 KB, MIME type: image/png)The fictional character Amadeus Cho. ... Takeshi Miyazawa (born April 19, 1978) is a comic book artist who was born in Canada and attended Queens University in Ontario to study art. ... This article is about the comic book company. ... In comic books, first appearance refers to first comic book to feature a character. ... Greg Pak is a New York-based film director / comic book writer. ... Takeshi Miyazawa (born April 19, 1978) is a comic book artist who was born in Canada and attended Queens University in Ontario to study art. ... World War Hulk is a comic book crossover storyline published by Marvel Comics beginning in May 2007. ... Greg Pak is a New York-based film director / comic book writer. ... Takeshi Miyazawa (born April 19, 1978) is a comic book artist who was born in Canada and attended Queens University in Ontario to study art. ... The introduction of Spider-Man: Amazing Fantasy #15 (Aug. ... World War Hulk is a comic book crossover storyline published by Marvel Comics beginning in May 2007. ...


Fictional character biography

Amadeus Cho is a teenage supergenius. Reed Richards has referred to him as the seventh smartest person in the world. His incredible intellect gives him the ability to make precise calculations instantaneously. This intelligence is portrayed in the comics as glowing labels, numbers and other information, shown from his point of view, which gives his abilities a visual component that would otherwise not exist. Whether or not he actually sees the numbers (like a HUD) is unknown. He has shown himself capable of doing anything from redirecting a laser-guided missile with a wing mirror or tracking the Hulk based on his trajectory and jump height. Though this gift does come in handy when escaping, the strain of his mental calculations leaves him exhausted and famished. Mister Fantastic is a Marvel Comics superhero who is the leader of the Fantastic Four. ... Perspective in theory of cognition is the choice of a context or a reference (or the result of this choice) from which to sense, categorize, measure or codify experience, cohesively forming a coherent belief, typically for comparing with another. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Wing mirror of a Volkswagen Fox. ... Mathematically the term trajectory refers to the ordered set of states which are assumed by a dynamical system over time (see e. ...


After his abilities were discovered, an unknown agency destroys his home leaving Amadeus on the run for his life, distrusting almost everyone he meets. Shortly after going on the run on his characteristic Vespa scooter, he adopted an orphaned coyote pup, whom he sometimes uses to gain sympathy. After once being saved from his pursuers by the Incredible Hulk, he considers the latter as a friend and strictly views him as heroic and reactive to the aggression of others. After the Hulk's later disappearance Cho hacked into the Baxter Building's security network and discovered that the group known as the Illuminati had sent him into exile in outer space. Cho is determined to locate the Hulk, and reveal the truth to the public. After Jennifer Walters, the She-Hulk, had been de-powered by Iron Man's nanobots, Cho quickly caught up with her, in order to convince her to join his cause. They were both attacked by Doc Samson, but after the nanobots in her system are temporarily disabled by soda provided by Cho, Walters is able to regain her powers and defeat Samson. Cho escaped and called Walters from a different location. Jennifer declined his offer, but instead put him in contact with Hercules and Archangel, former members of the super-group 'Champions', both of whom considered themselves in debt to the Hulk for mistakingly attacking him on a previous occasion. Cho used some of Archangel's money to buy a large 'reservation' for the Hulk in the vicinity of the old New Mexico Gamma Base, as well as a submarine to get in contact with Namor, the Hulk's old Defenders colleague. The latter declared their plan as insane, but his cousin Namora joined them instead. This article is about the Italian motor scooter. ... The Incredible Hulk The Hulk, often called The Incredible Hulk, is a Marvel Comics superhero. ... The Baxter Building is a fictitious Manhattan 35-story office building whose five upper floors house the Fantastic Fours headquarters in the Marvel Universe. ... The Illuminati are a fictional group of superheroes who joined forces and secretly work behind the scenes in the Marvel Universe. ... She-Hulk (Jennifer Walters) is a Marvel Comics superheroine. ... This article is about the superhero. ... Doc Samson (Dr. Leonard Samson) is a fictional character, a superhero and psychiatrist in the Marvel Comics universe. ... Hercules (Heracles) is a fictional character, an Olympian demigod and superhero in the Marvel Comics Universe, based on the mythological demigod and hero called Heracles by the Greeks and Hercules by the Romans. ... It has been suggested that The Fallen (comics) be merged into this article or section. ... Namor the Sub-Mariner is a fictional comic-book character in the Marvel Comics Universe, and one of the first superheroes, debuting in Spring 1939. ... Namora is the name of two fictional characters in various Marvel Comics publications. ...


They find the Hulk, shortly after his defeat of losing his connection with Dr. Strange and attempt to convince him to accept their assistance. However the Hulk refuses their assistance, telling all of them to go away before they get killed. When the Hulk was attacked by the army, Cho and his friends along with the Hulk's Warbound allies try to help save the civilians while defeating the Army's attack. However after the battle the Warbound, while impressed with their strength, also refuses their aid, telling them that they would die if they joined up with the Hulk. Doctor Strange is a sorcerer, featured in Marvel Comics. ...


S.H.I.E.L.D then asks the assistance of Cho and his friends to help protect the remaining citizens of New York and help them defeat the Hulk. It was during this time that Cho was able to meet up with the Hulk's first sidekick, Rick Jones. They get into an argument over how to deal with the Hulk, with Cho refusing to follow Rick's commands. However S.H.I.E.L.D wants him to sneak into the Hulk's gladiator arena located within Madison Square Garden to help free the other heroes. He is overshadowed by the Scorpion and together they see the captured heroes, bound by the control disk that makes them unable to use their powers. Cho refuses to understand that the Hulk would go this far, only to be confronted by the Green Goliath, himself. Richard Milhouse Rick Jones is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics Universe. ... Carmilla Black is a fictional character who appears in comic books published by Marvel Comics. ...


While the Renegades await Cho's call as he confronts the Hulk. The Hulk uses his sword to attack Cho but misses by several inches. This proves Cho theory of the Hulk not being a killer. He tries to tell the Hulk of how he uses Angel's money to try to create a safe haven for him to live on, but the Hulk refuses to listen. The Hulk asked Cho just why does he want to help him. Cho responds by stating that he and the Hulk are alike, as they both uses their brains in order to prevent further damages to outside forces. Later after a fight with the Scorpion and the Renegades, who Cho calls while he was distracting the Hulk, resulted in various boils on the Hulk, Cho confronts him over the loss of his various lovers and him being the cause of it all. This enrages the Hulk, but he still misses Cho by several inches. This shows Cho that Banner's influence on the Hulk prevents him from killing anyone in the past. Knowing this, but not understanding it fully, the Hulk leaves Cho as he heads to Madison Square Garden to deliver his sentence over the captured heroes.


Cho and the Renegades then went after the demon Zom, whose soul Doctor Strange absorbed in an attempt to defeat the Hulk. When Strange was defeated, Zom's essence left his body to seek a new host, taking over Iron Man's Hulkbuster armor, and trying to have all New York pulled into the Negative Zone. With Wong's help, Amadeus stopped Zom's attempt, and allowed the demon to possess him, giving Angel the chance to knock him out. Zom is a fictional character appearing in the Marvel Comics universe. ... This article is about the Marvel comics superhero. ... This article is about the superhero. ... // The Negative Zone in the Marvel Comics Universe is used as a fictional dimension. ... Wong is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe. ...


Amadeus then witnessed the Hulk's defeat, and with all the Renegades but Hercules gone, pondered his next move. He and Hercules surrendered to S.H.I.E.L.D, with S.H.I.E.L.D wanting Cho to use his genius to help form a plan to best handle the return of refugees to New York. Cho refuses, believing that they plan to use him as a weapon, and escapes with Hercules. Cho vows to use a stolen laptop to destroy S.H.I.E.L.D.


In a conversation between Hercules and Athena, Athena mentions that Amadeus is at a crossroads in life, and that his choices in the near future will drive him either to side side of good, or the side of evil, and that Hercules should step up to help guide him. At that time however, Ares attack, and shoots Hercules with "Hydra Blood bullets", which drive Hercules into a psychotic rage. Amadeus, whom Hercules now hallucinates as his nephew and former sidekick Iolaus, decides to take advantage of the situation, and direct Hercules to a SHIELD base he just discovered. He is ambushed by the Black Widow and she accidentally breaks his dogs back. After the confrontation, Cho uses parts from the stone ship that the Hulk used to come back to Earth to make true on his word and uploads a virus that will give him complete control over S.H.I.E.L.D. His plans include dropping every Helicarrier out of the sky and releasing every inmate in the Negative Zone Prison, a terrorist act that could potentially kill thousands. Hercules, however, after admitting a deep secret of his past to Amadeus, convinces him to stop the virus, preventing any serious damage from the virus. The two are then able to use a teleporter to escape to Athena's estate in Vermont, where she warns the two of the Secret Invasion. Athena is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe. ... In Greek mythology, Iolaus (Greek: ΄Ιόλαος) was a son of Iphicles and thus a nephew of Heracles. ... // The Negative Zone in the Marvel Comics Universe is used as a fictional dimension. ... Secret Invasion is a comic book storyline that began in April 2008, published by Marvel Comics. ...


References

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