|First appearance||Marvel Fanfare vol. 1 #12 (1984)|
|Created by||Ralph Macchio
|Alter ego||Sheoke Sanada|
|Abilities||Snapdragon possesses no superhuman abilities other than a protective suit and a helmet with infrared sensors. She is a master hand-to-hand combatant, and skilled with various forms of weaponry.|
Fictional character biography
A skilled martial artist, Snapdragon was hired to defeat the Black Widow in Japan.[volume & issue needed] She succeeded on her mission, but Black Widow soon regained her composure and quickly dispatched Snapdragon.[volume & issue needed] Later, Snapdragon joined Superia's Femizons and became one of her lieutenants.[volume & issue needed] There, she found long-time enemy Diamondback.[volume & issue needed] The two were trained by Anaconda in Taskmaster's Academy,[volume & issue needed] but Diamondback had subsequently dishonored Snapdragon in some form.[volume & issue needed] While on the S.S. Superia cruise ship, Snapdragon apprehended Diamondback and threw her off, leaving her to drown.[volume & issue needed] Diamondback eventually recovered and received the super-soldier serum in one of her misadventures, and during their rematch, choked Snapdragon to death.[volume & issue needed] Her body was returned to Japan and cremated by her brother, Kono.
A woman calling herself Sheoke Sanada appeared in Moon Knight. If this is the original Snapdragon details of her resurrection are unknown.
Powers and abilities
Snapdragon possesses no superhuman abilities other than a protective suit and a helmet with infrared sensors. She is a master in hand-to-hand combat, and skilled with various forms of weaponry.
- Captain America #413
- Avengers #387
- Moon Knight #2 2011
- Snapdragon at the Appendix to the Handbook of the Marvel Universe
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