Crimson Dynamo

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Ivan Vanko's nephew '''Arthur Vanko''' came to be a physicist and engineer who became a radical political idealist who resented his uncle. He came to study his uncle's research and developed a new version of the Crimson Dynamo armor that was powered by gamma radiation with this being sold to terrorists who used them in their operations. (Thunderbolts v2 #9)
  
 
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==Crimson Dynamo (Galina Nemirovsky)==
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==Overview==
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A formal training system was applied for the selection of these operatives with this becoming the '''Federal Dynamo''' program. (Darkstar & the Winter Guard v1 #1) Crimson Dynamo pilots were said to be difficult to train yet easy to replace. (Hulk: Winter Guard v1 #1)
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Variations of the armor included:
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*'''Mark XIII''' : said to be far more manoeuvrable than previous versions. (Hulk: Winter Guard v1 #1)
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*'''Ultra-Dynamo Armor''' : noted for its superior firepower, durability and targeting era. (Hulk: Winter Guard v1 #1) Pilots were able to operate its heavy weaponry via a neural response keyed to their brain. (Darkstar & the Winter Guard v1 #1)
  
 
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*[https://marvel.fandom.com/wiki/Crimson_Dynamo Marvel Database Entry]
 
*[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crimson_Dynamo Wikipedia Entry]
 
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Latest revision as of 12:52, 11 February 2020

The Crimson Dynamo is the name of several characters in the Marvel Universe.

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Crimson Dynamo (Anton Vanko)

Main Article: Anton Vanko

Ivan Vanko's nephew Arthur Vanko came to be a physicist and engineer who became a radical political idealist who resented his uncle. He came to study his uncle's research and developed a new version of the Crimson Dynamo armor that was powered by gamma radiation with this being sold to terrorists who used them in their operations. (Thunderbolts v2 #9)

Crimson Dynamo (Boris Turgenov)

Main Article: Boris Turgenov

Crimson Dynamo (Alexander Nevsky)

Main Article: Alexander Nevsky

Crimson Dynamo (Yuri Petrovich)

Main Article: Yuri Petrovich

Crimson Dynamo (Dmitri Bukharin)

Main Article: Dmitri Bukharin

Crimson Dynamo (Valentin Shatalov)

Main Article: Valentin Shatalov

Crimson Dynamo (Galina Nemirovsky)

Main Article: Galina Nemirovsky

Overview

A formal training system was applied for the selection of these operatives with this becoming the Federal Dynamo program. (Darkstar & the Winter Guard v1 #1) Crimson Dynamo pilots were said to be difficult to train yet easy to replace. (Hulk: Winter Guard v1 #1)

Variations of the armor included:

  • Mark XIII : said to be far more manoeuvrable than previous versions. (Hulk: Winter Guard v1 #1)
  • Ultra-Dynamo Armor : noted for its superior firepower, durability and targeting era. (Hulk: Winter Guard v1 #1) Pilots were able to operate its heavy weaponry via a neural response keyed to their brain. (Darkstar & the Winter Guard v1 #1)

Notes

  • The concept of the Crimson Dynamo was created by Stan Lee and Don Heck where it made its first appearance in Tales of Suspense v1 #46 (October, 1963).

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  • Iron Man v1:
  • Hulk: Winter Guard v1:
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  • Thunderbolts v2:

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