Lodestone (comics)

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Publication information
Publisher Marvel Comics
First appearance Darkhawk #7 (1991)
Created by Danny Fingeroth
Mike Manley
In-story information
Alter ego Andrea
Species Human Mutate
Team affiliations Masters of Evil
Abilities Manipulation of magnetic force.

Lodestone is a fictional supervillain appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.

Publication history[edit]

Lodestone first appears in Darkhawk #7 and was created by Danny Fingeroth and Mike Manley.

Fictional character biography[edit]

A woman named Andrea was hired by crime lord Phillipe Bazin to participate in Project: Lodestone. Phillipe used scientific experiments on Andrea turning her into his superpowered agent called Lodestone. Lodestone was used to fight Phillipe's enemy Darkhawk. After Darkhawk defeated some drug dealers where Headset was injured, Lodestone attacked Darkhawk's alter ego of Chris Powell when he placed his amulet on Headset. After Headset recovered, Chris became Darkhawk and surrendered to prevent any risk of further devastation. Lodestone took Darkhawk back to headquarters where he escaped.[1]

Lodestone continued to serve Phillipe Bazin even at his HQ on Althea Island. Darkhawk arrived there to look for his kidnapped father. During this encounter, Phillipe Bazin was killed and Lodestone was apprehended by the Althean authorities.[volume & issue needed]

Justine Hammer (under her Crimson Cowl alias) recruited Lodestone into her incarnation of the Masters of Evil. Alongside her teammates, she was defeated.[2]

Powers and abilities[edit]

Due to scientific experiments, Lodestone possesses the ability to manipulate magnetic force. She has proven able to levitate metallic-based objects, hurl such objects with great force, and bend or twist them into desired shapes. She can also levitate her costume enabling her to fly through the air.


  1. ^ Darkhawk #7 (1991)
  2. ^ Thunderbolts #24-25

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