Batroc the Leaper
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Batroc the Leaper is a male comic supervillain that features in Marvel Comics.
He later went out on a date with Felicia Hardy where the took shared their respective experiences with superheroes. Their dinner led to them breaking into a building to steal items where Batroc had taken a blender for her. On that night, the two slept together but were not going to pursue a relationship and he was going away for an assignment. (Black Cat v1 #6)
Personality and attributes
He claimed that he never failed on an assignment. (Tales of Suspense v1 #75)
Batroc had said that he had long admired the skill and daring of Captain America. (Tales of Suspense v1 #75)
It was known that he had a blonde haired daughter who grew up to be a mercenary like him and adopted a similar costume as her father. (Agent X v1 #6)
Powers and abilities
He was skilled in the art of La Savatte that was the French art of boxing with feet. (Tales of Suspense v1 #75)
- Batroc the Leaper was created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby where he made his first appearance in Tales of Suspense v1 #75 (March, 1966).
- During Agent X, Batroc's daughter was introduced but was unnamed in the issue though writer Gail Simone commented in an interview that her name was Marie.
- In the All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Update v1 #3 (2007), his daughter was formally identified as being Marie Batroc.
In other media
- In The Marvel Super Heroes, Batroc appeared in the animated motion comic during the Captain America segments where he was voiced by actor Gillie Fenwick.
- In Black Panther, Batroc appeared in the animated motion comic where he was voiced by actor JB Blanc.
- In The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes, Batroc made a brief non-voiced cameo appearance in the animated television series in the episode "The Big House".
- In Ultimate Spider-Man, Batroc appeared in the animated television series where he was voiced by actor Rob Paulsen.
- In Captain America: The Winter Solider, Batroc appeared in the live-action film set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe where he was portrayed by actor Georges St-Pierre.
- In Marvel: Avengers Alliance, Batroc appeared in the setting of the Facebook video game.
- In Marvel Heroes, Batroc appeared in the setting of the MMORPG.
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