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Other versions[ edit ] In the alternate future of the series MarvelKillgrave becomes President for Life of the United States. In the " House of M " storyline, Zebediah Killgrave nicknamed "Zeb" is a powerless human who works as a lobbyist for the mutant-controlled government, but is secretly an agent of the Human Resistance. This version uses a face cream to hide his purple complexion in public. Purple Man appears in the animated series The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroesvoiced by Brent Spiner.
In the episode "The Breakout" Pt. In the episode "Emperor Stark", Purple Man controls most of the Avengers in his plans to take over the world until Vision freed the Avengers in order to defeat Purple Man.
Kilgrave is the main antagonist of season 1 of Jessica Jonesportrayed by David Tennant as an adult  while his child appearance was portrayed by James Freedson-Jackson. He has several differences from the comic book character. Instead of the purple skin of the comics, this version wears purple clothing and his real name is Kevin Thompson.
He does not secrete pheromones, but infects the people around him with a virus to control them. Unlike his comic book counterpart, this version of Kilgrave can control any number of people by simply giving oral commands and can order anyone to do anything he tells them without being physically present. However, his commands can only be followed within one day before it wears off. His powers came from the experiments done by his scientist parents Louise and Albert Thompson.
Jeri Hogarth later gets her exonerated for this murder by convincing the jury a guilt-ridden Kilgrave had controlled her into doing it. Kilgrave, manifesting Jessica's guilt, repeatedly taunts her over the act.
We were so excited! Bruce Wayne; billionaire orphan! I mean, we use to make up stories about you, man. And, you know, with the other kids, that's all it was, just stories, but I'd seen that look on your face before. It was the same one I taught myself. I don't know why you took the fall for Dent's murder, but I'm still a believer in the Batman. Even if you're not.
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Dialogue[ edit ] [In the cave, Alfred looks as Bruce Wayne prepares to go out as Batman once again after an eight-year absence] Alfred: If you're seriously considering going back out there, you should hear the rumors surrounding Bane. There is a prison in a more ancient part of the world.
A pit where men are thrown to suffer and die. But sometimes a man rises from the darkness.
Sometimes the pit sends something back. Born and raised in hell on earth.
Born in a prison? No one knows why, or how he escaped. But they do know that once he did, he was trained by Ra's Al Ghul, your mentor. Bane was a member of the League of Shadows? And then he was excommunicated. And any man who is too extreme for Ra's Al Ghul is not to be trifled with. I didn't realize I was known for trifling with criminals. And you can strap up your leg and put your mask back on. But that doesn't make who you were.
If this man is everything that you say he is, then the city needs me. The city needs Bruce Wayne. Your resources, your knowledge. It doesn't need your body, or your life.
That time has passed. You're afraid that if I go back out there, I'll fail. I'm afraid that you want to. We were in this together, then you were gone. The Batman wasn't needed anymore. Based on a lie. And now there's evil rising from where we tried to bury it. The Batman has to come back.
What if he doesn't exist anymore? Batman must come back You think this can last? There's a storm coming, Mr. You and your friends better batten down the hatches, because when it hits, you're all gonna wonder how you ever thought you could live so large and leave so little for the rest of us. You sound like you're looking forward to it. Must've lost my ticket. Your wife said you were taking a cab home. Takes a little time to get back in a swing of things. I'll get this to Mr. Fox, but no more. I've sewn you up, I've set your bones, but I won't bury you.
I've buried enough members of the Wayne family. You see only one end to your journey. Because he can only be saved by the technology of the far-future, Scott reluctantly allows Sister Askani, a member of a clan of warriors dedicated to opposing Apocalypse, to take Nathan into the future so that he can be cured, a one-way trip from which she tells him she and Nathan will be unable to return.
The New Mutants ended with issuewith Cable and other characters then appearing the following month in X-Force 1. Cable traveled between the s and his future with his ship Graymalkin, which contained a sentient computer program called Professorthe future version of the program built into X-Factor's Ship.
The series explored Cable and the villain Stryfe's ongoing battle with one another, and its effect on Cable's supporting cast. The series ran for issues from May until September before being relaunched as Soldier X, which lasted 12 more issues until Aug.
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The miniseries The Adventures of Cyclops and Phoenix provided further information on the character's back story. In the future, Mother Askani, a time-displaced Rachel Summerspulled the minds of Scott and Jean into the future where, as "Slym" and "Redd", they raised Cable for twelve years. During their time together, the "family" prevented Apocalypse from transferring his essence into a new body, ending his reign of terror.
He gains a power level similar to his Nate Grey counterpart from The Age of Apocalypse reality and tries to use them to force the people of the world to live in peace. Using his powers at this magnitude also means that he will die due to the vast power being too much for his body to continuously maintain. They turn the tide of the battle on Cable by enlisting the aid of the Silver Surfer. Cable and the Silver Surfer battled, destroying buildings and other structures but were immediately rebuilt by Cable's vast telekinesis.
All the while Cable tried to explain his good intentions to the Surfer with no avail. Although Cable destroyed his board and briefly held his own against the Surfer, he was ultimately defeated when the Surfer destroyed Cable's arm.
This series was canceled at the fiftieth issue and was replaced by two series starring each of the characters. The series features Cable, and the messianic child's time traveling adventures.
The dangers of the future and pursuit by Bishop are balanced with the humor of "Cable the soldier" becoming "Cable the Nanny. There, Cable gets married to a resident, Hope, who later dies defending the child. Cable decides to name her Hopein honor of her deceased foster mother. Messiah Warwhich is the second story in a three-part storyline that began in X-Men: When Cable touches down from the spot, he appears two years after Hope, and is steadily losing control of his body due to the techno-organic virus within him.
It alters his appearance so much that Hope doesn't register Cable's face. Bishop, armed with a thermonuclear device in the stump of his arm, states that he knows how to make his own ship and it'll only be a matter of time. The death was shown in X-Force 28 written by Craig Kyle and Chris Yostwho noted that, "For us, Cable was always a character whose death was something the character himself would put forward—if that's what it took to complete his mission, he wouldn't think twice about it.
The new project, originally titled as "Cable Reborn", was re-titled as Avengers: The miniseries served as a lead-in to the Avengers vs. X-Men storyline beginning in April Back at Utopia, Blaquesmith helps Hope to realize that she can still save Cable, and she begins to absorb the techno-organic virus before fully manifesting the Phoenix Force raptor for the first time around herself. When it vanishes, Cable is cured not only of the advanced incursion of the virus, but apparently fully, as his left hand is shown to be fully organic along with his left eye, but he remains in a catatonic state.
Afterwards, Cable and Cyclops speak telepathically, with Cable informing his father that Hope is indeed the Phoenix and is destined to save Earth from an unknown disaster. He goes on to say that a war will come with the Avengers and that he needs Cyclops to protect Hope. Cable promises to be there when he's needed in the future. The series debuted in December and features Cable and a new fugitive team, unofficially referred to by the Marvel Universe media as the new "X-Force".
After the events of "Avengers X-Sanction" Cable is forced to wear an eye patch and an advanced harness for his non-functioning left arm that was created by Forge.