Echo (Marvel)

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Echo in New Avengers v1 #39.

Echo is a female comic superhero that features in Marvel Comics.



She continued to operate in Japan as Ronin when the Civil War erupted among the superhero community in America. Alone, she was targeted by the Hand who were led by Elektra where she personally killed Echo. Echo's body was then taken to the Hand's headquarters where they resurrected her and proceeded with their attempt at brainwashing Maya to become one of their warriors. She was saved by the intervention of the New Avengers who arrived at the scene and took her from the Hand. (New Avengers v1 #27)

Despite her team mates fears, she did not believe in their warnings of a potential Skrull infiltration and invasion of the planet. Instead, she believed that this was simply an excuse for the team who were living the life of miserable fugitives and them ignoring their situation. In the middle of the night, she decided to go to Nelson & Murdock to meet with Daredevil to ask Matt Murdock why he had sent Captain America to rescue her. It was during this encounter that she became suspicious and believed Daredevil was not who he claimed to be with her confronting him. She was then shocked to see that Daredevil was a Skrull who morphed into a copy of her and intended to replace her on the New Avengers. From behind, the Skrull was attacked by Wolverine who was following Echo to make sure she was alright with the two forcing the alien infiltrator to flee. The next morning she returned to the New Avengers where she was approached by and comforted by Clint Barton who helped ease her mind by telling of his own experiences when he first joined the Avengers. Thus, he assured her that though she felt out of place that in the end things would work out for her. The pair then kissed after showing that they were attracted to one another leading to Maya starting a relationship with Barton. (New Avengers v1 #39)


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  • Echo was created by David Mack and Joe Quesada where she made her first appearance in Daredevil v2 #9 (December, 1999).

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  • Daredevil v2:
  • New Avengers v1:
  • Moon Knight:

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