Snake Marston (comics)
|First appearance||Machine Man #16 (August, 1980)|
|Created by||Tom DeFalco and Steve Ditko|
|Alter ego||Sylvester Marston|
Sylvester "Snake" Marston is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics Universe.
The character subsequently appeared in Marvel Team-Up #138 (February 1984), Thunderbolts #104 (September 2006), and #107 (December 2006).
Snake Marston appeared as part of the "Enforcers" entry in the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition #4.
Fictional character biography
Sylvester Marston was born in Ontario, Canada. He was a member of Baron Brimstone's Satan Squad when they fought Machine Man.[volume & issue needed] He later joined the Enforcers and fought Spider-Man.[volume & issue needed] He was impersonated by the Eel as part of a plot involving Daredevil, Mister Hyde, and the Enforcers.
Much later, he was seen imprisoned in Seagate Prison's supervillain cell block.[volume & issue needed]
During the Civil War event, he was captured by Baron Zemo's Thunderbolts and forced to join them or face jail time.[volume & issue needed] With the Thunderbolts army, he went on a mission to Sydney, Australia.[volume & issue needed]
Powers and abilities
Snake Marston has no super human powers; he is however a master contortionist who can hold an opponent helpless by winding himself around them.
In other media
- Snake Marston is mentioned in Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions. Hammerhead's henchmen mentioned how Marston uses his contortionist abilities to attempt to seduce Janice Foswell, something her boyfriend Hammerhead is unhappy about.
- Daredevil #356-357
- Snake Marston at the Appendix to the Handbook of the Marvel Universe
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