Owl (Marvel)

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Whilst running drugs through Hell's Kitchen, Owl decided to eliminate his competitors in the Libris crime family and ordered a hit against Izzy Libris though this failed. As a result, he was abducted by Mayor Fisk who was angered at his edict of no inter-gang conflict occurring and intended for Owlsley to be sent away until his organization was brought into line. However, Leland refused as he felt Fisk had grown soft and was playing a bigger game which meant he could not be involved in criminal activities in the city. The Owl then killed the guards that abducted him and made his escape where he intended to keep on continuing his activities in defiance of Fisk. (Daredevil v6 #11)
  
 
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Latest revision as of 08:18, 13 September 2019

The Owl in Daredevil v2 #114.

The Owl is a male comic supervillain who features in Marvel Comics.

Contents

Biography

Leland Owlsley

Whilst running drugs through Hell's Kitchen, Owl decided to eliminate his competitors in the Libris crime family and ordered a hit against Izzy Libris though this failed. As a result, he was abducted by Mayor Fisk who was angered at his edict of no inter-gang conflict occurring and intended for Owlsley to be sent away until his organization was brought into line. However, Leland refused as he felt Fisk had grown soft and was playing a bigger game which meant he could not be involved in criminal activities in the city. The Owl then killed the guards that abducted him and made his escape where he intended to keep on continuing his activities in defiance of Fisk. (Daredevil v6 #11)

Overview

Personality and attributes

Powers and abilities

Notes

  • The Owl was created by Stan Lee and Joe Orlando where he made his first appearance in Daredevil v1 #3 (August, 1964).

Alternate Versions

In other media

Television

  • In Spider-Man, the Owl made a brief cameo appearance in the 1990s animated television series in the episode "The Insidious Six" with him having no speaking lines.
  • In Daredevil, Leland Owlsley appeared as a regular character in the Netflix live-action television series where he was portrayed by actor Bob Gunton.

Video games

Appearances

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  • Age of Ultron v1:
  • Daredevil v6:

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